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Amateur Baseball League LeagueHad LeagueHad
Had Successful Season SeasonIn SeasonIn SeasonIn
Pick ef f Best Players Would Be Hard Hardte Hardto Hardto
to Boat Beat Sh whert hrt rt Season SU I1 Prove ProveWise ProveWise ProvenWilde
Wise Move MoveNow rtloveNow MoveNow
Now that the tl Departmental Baseball HaaeballL BaseballLeague 11 11Lo
L League Lo > agu asve ha MS closed clasod 11 its second and moat moatuccMMfM mOiltHucelllltul moatsuccesfpl
uccMMfM season on it might be well to titlook tolook ta100k
look tack over the work of UM th tcama tcamaand utmllind ttamaand
and the individual playersThe players playersThe playerrhe
The season on this year wa was abort Last Lasty
y 3 t tar ar th the schedule hU ran from May 1 untilSptember until untilSeptember untilStptember
September 28 and the th t I playing playt oft ot otpostponed otpo ofpostponed
postponed po tpon games M kept the league cage Inoperation in inoperation 1ftI
operation I ratlon until October O < tober 1 1 This Ibl year itlasted it itJusted ItJd8ted
lasted from May 14 to August Aui ii t 14 14The 14The 14The
The officers who have uv done so much muchto muchto muchto
to make mak < < the lea league ue a big hi < < success uce a were werechosen werethoaflft wereehoan
chosen from among a tOftl the chief clerks ot otthe otthe ofthe
the different dtffst nt department and their theiryrestlge thifrestige
1 yrestlge reUp and authority over ov r the players playersIMS pIaft1ll1lS playersILts
IMS had an excellent effect The officer officerwere olicelllwrf oMcentscare
were President M rf O Chance of th thPoatomee the thePostnMee thePoetnmee
Poatomee Department vtee toe president presidentEdward Dlt8IdefttEdward nIWaIdemtEdward
Edward M Dawson awon of the Interior De Department Iej1artment Dettartment ¬
partment treasurer O J Field of the theDepartment tbeDEplUt1lMnt shehepartment
Department of Justice secretary ereUlry A G GRice GRIce Gnice
Rice of the Department partment of Agriculture Agricultureund Agiicultureand cuUure cuUureund
und a board of governors IIOvemoNi composed of ofM ofI ofM
M I O Chance C of Posto PoetotJtee ce S R Burch Burchof Burchor Burchof
of Agriculture O J Field of Justice JusticeK JusticeK
K K M Dawson of Interior E C Ctkm Robin Robintwn Robinsn
twn of Treasury J 1 T Dillon of WarH War WarII VarlI
II C Gauss 0 of Navy and T 1 L Weed Weedof Weedt Weedof
of t Commerce and Labor LaborVeiuble LaborVenable LaborVenable
Venable Lasted LastedMany LaattMlIany LaatedMany
Many Iany umpires u umpV were used and the onlyone only onlyone o l lonE
one to stick Uck It out was wa Dave Venable VenableThe VeaableThe YenabiThe
The league considers him the beat in the tb6t thecity th6dty
city t sty and It is orobable that Handiboc Handibocand Handtbonnct HandIbootnd
and enable will be the regular umpires umpiresnext UIIIptrealltxt umpiresnext
next yearThe year yearThe VfarThe
The o otJtclal clal scorers were J Herbert HerbertDoyle HerbertV
Doyle V yle of The Times and Ralph A ACollins ACoJUn ACnllins
Collins of the tb Star StarThe StarThe StarThe
in inspite Inftte Inr
The pennant race was Interesting
ftte spite r Ite of the socalled walkaway of o the theAgriculturists tberlculturlats theAgriculturists
Agriculturists rlculturlats and It was wa onlydecided onlydecidedluring only Oftl dt dtclMcl dtclMclllur1n elded eldedluring
llur1n luring < < the last flv five YII Raw games The Battle Battlefor attle attlefor attlefor
for second place developed into a dandy dandyand clandya dandyand
and a nd now there are three teams tied for forthe forthe forthe
the honor War is I third with a slight slightlead slightlead UsbtItad
lead over Justice and Postmce who are aretied aretied aret
t tied for fourth Treasury brings up the therear thorpaY therear
rear having lost out in the very last lastthree lastthrpe lastthroe
three gamesAgricutture games gamesAgricultures pm pmAK
Agricultures AK UUU teamwork received its de deserved deptnfd dereryM ¬
served triumph together with the theuperb thesuperb
superb Iu rb twirling twirl of the leagues beet bestpitcher beetltcher beetpitcher I
pitcher ltcher Navy got a late start owing owingto owtn owtnto
to its Inability to find suitable pitching pltrhlngmaterial pltthlngmaterta1 pitchingmaterial
material until Manager M Ga Gauss landed landedJimmie laJtcIedJImmie landedJimmie
Jimmie Curnane and Murray Curnane Cumaneespecially CurnanefRpe CurnaneeRpeelally
especially fRpe all1 te s in condition as good < < ood a atwirler atwirlfr atwirler
twirler a as there Is in the city but he hewas hewall heteas
was hampered by Illness I1Ine during the therritical therrltical thecritical
critical climbing of the t1t Navy Navyltes tea To him himgoes himgoes himgoes
goes the distinction diatln < Uon however of being beingthe beingthe
the th only slabman who could take takeaerl a aseries aseries
series aerl a from the pence pencnt nt winners winne Cur Curnane Curnane Curnane ¬ I
nane pitched plteh Navy to two victories victoriesagainst vietorieeagalnat victoriesagainst
against Agriculture and also took part partIn partIn partin
In the fourteenInning game me between betweenNavy betWfJ8ftNavy betweenNavy
Navy and the Farmers which ended endedafter endedntter endedafter
after a brilliant struggle tnlgKe in a drawn drawnontest drawnfonteat drawnr
r ontest fonteatInteriors ontestInteridts onteatInterier3
Interiors Goad Pitcher PitcherInteriors Pitcb PitchersInteriors rs rslntnor
Interiors pitching pitch staff composed et ofthe etthe f fthe
the Wahler rabler brothers bIOtb won enough games gamesfor PoMetor gamesfor
for the Redmen Red to place them second secondwhile MeODdwhile mooedwhile
while It was the consistent and timely timelybatting U1ba timelybatting
batting ba ttlnc of the Laborites which pushed pushedthem puhett pushedthem
them t up so far hi in the race A queer queerfact queertact queerfact
fact about Navy fa vy i is that It played pyedgood as asgood asgood
good as the best of 0 ofs them when It t met metthe metthe
the good team tea but also played plaY a hope hopeless ItopeIfSS hopeless ¬
less article of ball when ben It met the poor poorput poorPllt poorpit
put teams It was w Aft uncertainty all allthe allth altthe
the th time and did remarkably well to tofinish toftnleh tofinish
finish where it didWar did didWar didWar
War was handicapped by the contin continual eentlnual conduual ¬
ual and necessary changes cban Manager ManagerDillon ManagerDillon aaapr aaaprDlUnn
Dillon was allowed to curaw upon Fort FortAiyer Fortlytr FortJtyer
Aiyer lytr for men and It usually happened happenedthat happenedthat happenedthat
that as a soon as he had captured a star staraway staraway staraway
away he would go 0 to Chickamauga or orCalifornia orCaUt orCalifornia
CaUt California lJ a or some aolftexlter Xfcer army post far farfrom tartrom farfrom
from the ball games pm on the White Lot LotPpstoiflce LotP LotPratofflce
Ppstoiflce P etolftce started with a rash MI but fell fellwith fellwith fellwith
with a thud landing nex next to last lastthrough Jutthro lastthrough
through thro h the courtesy of Treasury Traury which whichdi whichd whichdid
di d did < not care enough to play the last two twoKames twoJamea twogames
games and work out of the cellar Treas Treasury TreaUT Treasury ¬
UT ury was unfortunate In that her best bestmen be8tn1fft bestmen
men could not play In all the gainsand mines minesand 1rS1n 1rS1nand
and it was always a tossup to up as to who whowould whowould whowould
would be on hand ha or who would be too tootired to tof tootired
tired f i rPd after att r a long 111 days cJ1y work at a the theBureau UeBurrau thePureau
Bureau of Engraving Inl and Printing Prtnt toplay to toplay topJay
play In the afternoonEddie afternoon afternoonEddie afternoonEddie
Eddie Herbert the smiling third base baseman baeeman baseman ¬
man of the th Laborites Is this years yearsrhampion vear vearchampion years yearschampion
champion batter His mark Is not t tremarkable as asremarkable asremarkable
remarkable as a that of the famous t lInoU8 cham champion champion champion ¬
pion of last year but is a good 0041 one onewhen Mehfn onewhen
when hfn one conudtrs the tu capable cable pitchers pitchersIn pttehe ptteheIn
In the t he league He falls tal short of MM by byseven byfpVfOn byseven
seven points and his next competitor competitorIs
Is Sabins the Warrior who is seven sevenpoints aevenOolntll sevennointa
points behind Herbert with the per percentage perfntalre percentage ¬
centage of 355 Next N t come two pitchers pitcherswho pltcbenwho pitcherswho
who upset the usual prediction that all allpitchers allpltcbf ailpitchers
pitchers pltcbf are poor batters batteNC C Wahler Wahlerof
of t f Interior ha baa the percentage of 37s 37sand 371ond 715and
and Dutch Dut h Kinney of the Laborites Laboritesis Laborit
is I only five points below him Bryan Bryanof Dry DrytIt Bryanof
of Navy has MD and Vic Bielaaki has
354 There are ten other players m mthe ht htthe Inthe
the select class e of ISO batsmen batamenHot batamenHotman Hof Hofman
man and tYeb Vdbsr V b r of the Farn Fa Farmis Ts It XcCatbran Xc MeCathran XcCathran
Cathran Bruce Bielaaki anl Klein Klehts KleinSchmidt KIeInIchmldl
s Schmidt of < at Justice Evan ana and Illlman Illlmanof Hilmaaif
of < if Commerce and Labor Orriaon and andBacon aedThtcor andhacor
Bacon of Postomee oftIee MeCarron of Navyand Navy Navyand Na Naa
and a nd Miller of War WarHow WarHoW WarHow
How TeamSiMe TOAR1 Si Up UpIn UpIn UpIn
In the catching department Capt Fred FredWeber FredWbtr FredWeber
Weber of Agriculture culture leads ea with wiOtHI Ms 111His MsHis
His HI batting batUn < < being In the JCO clave < makes makeshim makehim makeehim
him the best player behind the bat despite de despite desuite ¬
spite the fact that his throwing throwt arm Is Isnot S Snot Isnot
not all that could be desired Kraftof Kraft Kraftof Kraftor
of Navy N8Y is a close second HCO cI JtoUHag g gand Jtf Jtfand 15f 15fand
and hittting batting tUng 237 Krafts strong t points pointshowever pointshowever nt8 nt8htwe
however htwe are his hi throwing thro and Md d drralabtp his dsgen dsgeneralahip gen generalship ¬
eralship and there Is but a mite of ofchoice ofholce etchoice
choice between these men which choice choiceshould cholaeshould choiceshould
should favor the b < i batter batterAmong lJattfrAmong batterAmong
Among the pitchers Sanders standshigheet stands standshighest
highest Sanders Sandt r is picked because au herraethcally he hepractically
practically von on the pennant fnnant for Agrt AgrtcultuTi AgricuIturi
cultuTi There ire tfi many man fine twirlersia twirlers
ia i 1 Departmental uniforms however
and from among such men as Kinney KinneyMcCathran KlnntYMeCathran KinneyMcCathran
McCathran Curnane Whler V hler and i iDonaldson jDonaldaon I IDonaldson
Donaldson it would be bard to pick H It i isecond iMeOM isecond
second choice which would be accepted acc ptf d db i iby iby
by b allCornte all allCornle I IConnie
Connie Doyle should be given 1u the theaward thfaward theaward NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS CHAMPIONSHIPSGames CHAMPIONSHIPSGames
award at the th first sack ck as his hi fielding fieldingis I
is I second only to Clements of Navy Navyand NavYi NavYind Navyand
and nd his batting battin of 197 put puts him above aboveClements i
Clements The big hi < < Navy man IB I a good IcxK1ion wordone I Ione
one on and It he had had his hi batting batUn < < eyewith eye eyewith ti I Iwith Games atTravers at Travers Island Next Month Will Bring BringTogether BringTogetherthe Together Togetherthe Togetherthe
with him this thl year he would have been beensecond beensecond I IMeOnd
second to none in the league leagueBsrnhart leagueBarahar i the Cream of the United States and CanadianAthletesCollegiate Canadian CanadianAthletes CanadianthletesCol1egiate
Bsrnhart t Gets It ItThe ItThe t tThe
Athletes Football Outlook OutlookBy OutlookBy
The choice eh for second MeOn petition is I an ani anieven aneven i ieven thletesCol1egiate Collegiate
even affair a < < alr between Barnhart of Intailor In Interior Intertor
tailor and Winston of AgricultureBarnhart Agriculture AricultureBarnhart j
Barnhart Is fielding MO and batting ba battingtin ttlng j I By MANHATTANNEW XAN MANHATTAN MANHLTTAPPNEW TTAN TTANNEW
281 while the Agrict Agrlcnjtural grlct jtural tural aspirant h hfielding Is Isfielding l lfield
fielding field 907 and batting 27 Stt 2s7At i iAt NEW YORK Aug Ug 510f Of the themaking themaking themaking Holland Germany and lid Austria since sincethey 8Iaeethey sinethey
making of new w record there thereto seems seemsto seemsto they first took t ok the the The Thechampions TIMebpIoIIta Thechampions
At t short > > Lord has a little II tt Ie the bet better be better t tter up sport
wYen Martin Xatthdan Sheri Sheridan Shridan ¬
ter of Wiley who has been displaying displayingchampionship dlaplay dispiayngchampionship n i to be no end champions of France are planning pllUIIItD < < to toPlay toptay toplay
Lords Lord marks markshowevet markshowever dan Is 1 concerned conc The husky copper copperat eoPI eoPIat copperat in
form for of
championship Play many 1 the important cities tI of ofthis ofth ofthis
however now give him the advantage as ashe ashe I at the games pm atpItic at feltic ltlc Park last Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬ this th country and their manager Jules JulesWeitler Ju JuWeUler JulesWeitler
he Is batting 281 and fielding 8s Bel Tor Torney Torner Torney I urday hurled toe discus 17 37 feet 11 11inches 11inche 11Inches Weitler who has been in the United UnitedStates UnitedState UnitedStates
ney of the Laborites has h also be ben bencovering n ncoveting nroy inches breaking his own record at atAthens atAthEnB atAthens States and Canada for some BOm tlm time is iswell iew iswell
coveting roy lots of ground but his bl marks marksdo I Ido Ido Athens and probably be vill n add an another another another ¬ well w U pleased pla ed with the result of his work
do not equal Lords Lord Torney bats 25S 25Sand ° 5 5and aand other notch to this at a the National AA A AA AA
and fields 87S Wileys Wiley batting batOn < < recordIs record recordIs i ifa A I r championship h pIGnhlp track and field meet meetat meetat I Iat =
Is St and fielding tkJdln < < 551 551At 86 86At at Trovers Tvtrl Island I 1and next month monthMuch I Iuch Iduch
At the crazy corner Eddie Herbertthe Herbert Herbertthe Herbfortu Much uch Interest baa been Q added to this thismeet thiam thismeet
the u champion batsman gets JJer the Job lobMcCarthy i iMcCarthy I meet m t by the announcement that we w are areto areto I
McCarthy of Treasury Is I fielding three threepoints thre threpotntll threepoints to see some 110 of the Western cracks cracksperform cradtllperform cracksperform
points above Herbert but his hi batting battingdoes battlnltdoea battingdoes perform The on Chicago Athletic Asso Ameelation j jelation
does not class c up Herberts Herbert marks are j I elation I Is to send a team t I and MI will
In batting Ml and in I fielding 912 912while tHwblle 512while
while McCarthy XeCartb the next best t man manbats j I
bats at a 250 50 gait and fields at 115 115Among 115Amon l15Among
Among Amon the outfielders Doc Kleinschmidt Klein Kleinschmidt
< schmidt < hmidt captain of Justice JuU easily surpasses sur surpaaaes aurpaaaN
paaaes them all with a clean slate for foreighteen torellrhteen foreighteen
eighteen game and ad the batting batU mark markof markof I Iof
of 311 Among monll the other stars eta in thetallgrass the thetallgraM I
tallgraM district are Bryan of Navy Navywith Navywith
with a fielding record of 9t 116 t5 and bat batting battlull batting ¬
ting at 110 Taylor of Agriculture Agriculturewho Agriculturewho Agriculturewho
who fields at 917 and bats at 212 12 Ba Bacon Daeon Bacon ¬
con of Poatofflce who ho bats IM a 44 and andfields aIMIftelda andAeMs
fields 83 Carr of Interior who batsat bats batsat bataat
at 221 and Held fields at 5U Fenwielc of ofWar ofWar ofWar
War who bats at 14 14e and fields at
115 35 and Hofmann of Agriculture who whobats 1hobate whobats
bats at 391 Ia and fields tiel at 357 357At 17MAROUETTE 157JMARQUETTE
At last the great race is over and andthe andthe andthe
the Imraaculates are champions It was waaa washardearned waya
a hardearned cleancut victory from froma
a worthy foeTht foe foeTht toeTht
Tht St Patrick spirit came to the front frontWednesday frontWedIM frontWednesday
Wednesday WedIM aY The Immaculate auaculat supportera support supporters supportN ¬
ers N were in evidence too and when whenthe whentbe
the first run crossed the pan Min pande pandemonium pandemonium pandemonium ¬
monium broke loose and it was fully fullyten fullyten fullyter
ten minutes before the contest could be beresumed beumed beresumed
resumed umed The St Patrick contingent contingentwas contingentwas
was wa among the first to congratulate congratulateGallagher COIIpatulateGallallher congratulateGallagher
Gallagher and Manager Callan of the thedefeated thedefeated
defeated team took his lots like a true trueport trneaport
port He said the best team won and andbe andbe andbe
be is in a position to know knowGallaghers kno1Gallagher knowGallagher
Gallagher feat of retiring twelve twelvein men menin menIn
in succession on strikes is the leag leagrecord leagued leaguedrecord g grecord
record and in all probability it sets ta a arecord aord
record ord for the amateur leagues of the thei t e ecity
city The Marquettes Iarquette also bas an un n
Wed triple i play to its credit made madeby
by Nau of the champions and can also alsoboast AIMbcNaat
boast a record of nineteen strikeouts ineight in ineight Ineight
eight Innings also get by Gallagher GallagherHoly onaperHoly GallagherHoly
Holy Name easily blanked the AllG AllGP AIIGP
P O League team 7 to e recently Holy
Name finished ftnl hecl last in th the MarquetteNuff Marquette MarquetteNuff MarquetteNutr
Nuff said saidAll saidAU saidAll
All of the league officials were oa oaland OftbaD
baD land Wednesday to see that order was wasnforeed wasnto
nto ntoUntpfretl nforeed nforeedUmpire
Umpire Berger and Shipley did dhlCeod dhlCeodwork gee geeork geed
work ork In the big bI vame each e There Tber was hardly hardlykick
Il kick and ftd no loafing throughout the themteat thett
mteat mteatJoe tt ttJoe
Joe Turner formerly manager of St Strlnoent StPlno
Plno t of the Marquette League made madeiveral madeMeral
running anI catches in the St Pat PatckInunaeulate PatrtekIJllUftAeUlate PatlckImmaculate
ckInunaeulate game that bordered on onhe onthe
the he sensational ttonaJ while 1bU Catcher Cook Cooklabbed Cookl1abbed
a tone foul fly in the crowd that thatvas thatwa
wa vas a hair raiser raiseralien raleerulleD
alien of St Patrlok Ha has been wm wmecting C ft ftIleCting
ecting regularly for extra bases re resntly retl7
sntly sntlyDampier tl7 tl7Dampler
Dampier at first base for St Peter Peterys PterlJIaya Petersays
says ys a Cast sure g game me He and Webb Webbull Yeltbtulled
> ull d off tl two neat double plays In the theto4 thoItot theto4
Itot to4 contest con t with Immaculate last lastreei JaatWee
Wee reei reeiThere
There have ha been more shatout frames framesn gameIn
In n the league 181 < < 8 this tha year than ever before beforeJ
J I CoHfiower of St Peter finished tb tbeague the th4sleue
eague season 110ft without an errorBill error errorBUI errorBill
Bill Marceron of St Patrick ha hathrowing ban banbMtt
throwing hotter to the bases u oC oCAnother
t tyen
Another good backstop I 18 M Myers 1 yen of f St StHer
P Her He H made two hit hits and caught caughttour caashto eawghtrotar I
tour o r trying tr7I < < to pilfer lifer MondayThere Monday MondayThere fondayT
There T re were 1 eleven 4PevlHl shutouts in the theleague thsleague tb I
league pe this tb year St Peter team was wasblanked WB WBblAnked wasblanked
blanked three tb times which hleh te the roe record t tortI roeord ¬
ord There were also five tie games gamessThe gamesThe gamesThe
The spectators pectat NI at the games ameli are en enigln enli
li igln m much speculattoR in regards
to i the stsoason t86A8 n aeries It seems to tothe tobe
be the general opinion of the erlhe critics that thatf thatif at
if f Sanders Saad to taken out of othe the box Agri Agriulture AgrlCulture
Culture would be a It mark and that the theKher tMlther
two leagues will 110 so a harder prep prapwltion prlJpBltlon
The fans are trying to dope it ItJ ItoY
J >
< < oY I
t ltIa n JL ft as a aPI Bat PC PePitches PCJff
PI Pitches L 1 Sanders Sa of Agriculture AgricultureKinney ulture Jff m mM JJ4Xlftfte ipiKinney
Kinney Xlftfte of Commerce COftle and Labor LaborWeber La M Ml 170 f5Catcher
Cat Catcher L 1 Weber We r of o Agriculture AgricultureKraft AgricultureXratt 1N 8K 8KKrsft
Kraft of Navy NavyDoyle Navy1p 1Il 1IlJIIrt 3iTbase
JIIrt 1p base bai e Doyle of Agriculture AgricultureBarnhart rteutvre M Jfl JflIeeoII4I 357Second
Second base e Barnhart of C Interior InteriorHerbert IatertorThtnI 2p 2pThird
Third base e Herbert of Commerce and Labor LlwrLord j1 Jt Jt8ho > r rShOrtaOp
8ho ShOrtaOp Lord rf r f Treasury TreasuryKlelnscbmidt M fen 2ItOutaeld fenOutgeld
Outaeld Outgeld L Klelnscbmidt of Justigs Justiq Jt i iTaylor 1 MS 311C 111 111C
C Taylor of Agriculture AgricultureBryan l7 5 5R
R Bryan of Navy NavyCarr NaV NaVUtWty j51 311 311Utility
Utility UtilityUtility Carr of Interior InteriorBaeen 115 m 253Utility mUtIItto
Utility Bacon of PostoMoe P Pr > tl
r h
Championship Not DecidedUntil Decided DecidedUntil DecidedUntil
Until Last Games and andInterest andInterest andInterest
Interest Was IntenseEIGHT Intense IntenseIGHT
Applications for Franchises Coming ComingFast ComingFastImJl1ftculat6S ComingFastImmaculatos
FastImJl1ftculat6S Fast Immaculates Hope for City CityPennant CityPennant CityPennant
PennantThe Pennant PennantThe PennantThe
The Marquette League season closed closedeaterday clOliootrday
trday The two leading clubs fln flnthed unshed
shed their full schedule Immaculate Immaculateirrylng Immaculaterrylng
off the U championship by an anyeiaah anela
yeiaahThere ela h hThere
There were re a few fe1 games between the thenil then
nil n end clubs which the board of di disctorg dlrector
rector decided to eliminate as the thetandlng theitandlng
of the different teams could couldot couldtOt
ot be affected The year just closed closedras closediII
iII a banner year for the Marquette Marquetteeague Marquetteleague
league eague Within three thr days day cIa of the close closef
f the schedule the championship was wasn wasIt wasn
n doubt and the interest Intere t was a8 Intense IntenseVhen Int n e erhen
the two leaders clashed last lastWednesday JastWeclneaday
Wednesday at McDevitts Field theargeet the theargnat thearKMt
argnat crowd in the history of the theeagne theeague theeagne
eagne assembled as embled to cheer on their fa faoritea faorlte
Although AJthourhthe the contest was for forilood forood
ood the playing was the cleanest that thatMS
MS been witnessed 11tne aed this year not a acick a atick
or an accident marring the eight eightnnlngt olghtnnlngs eightunings
I Immaculatea
nnlngt of play playmmaculates
Deserved It ItThe ItThe
The winning team won strictly on its itsnerits ItsDerlts
and outplayed St Patrick at atsvery atry
ry sta ta e But for three unfortunate unfortunatesrrors unfortunaterrors
on on the parr part of the losers tne tnewore tnelCore
would have been 1 to toThe 0The 0 0The
The champions acemanaged a are managed by b < John JohnXley JohnDaley
Daley who next to Gallagher de dewrvea detcrves
the credit for his teams vic vicery vicry
ery ry He has molded a team of fast fasttall faatn
n tensors to ers out of a lot of unpolished unpolishednaterial unpolishedaterlal
Gallagher mowed down bat batit batMft
it that Agriculture A rtcuiture will finish below belowNow belowhe
he Marquette Leaguers In the comIng comIngIa
Now OW for a red re < < t hot basketball season seasonnth seasontlh
tlh a little roughhouae In the shape of ofootball orootban
thrown in inKeep InKeen inKeep
Keep voar eye on n the Marquette MarquetteetiKue I rquett rquett4JtU
4JtU etiKue pennant winners in the post postclash posteatIOI1
clash clashImmaculate e eImmaelate clashImmaculate
Immaculate Conception ConcepU Conceptttin n won all the theplayed thev
v Pft I played with St Patrick andChampions and and111e
111e Champions hold the r gcord cord for pU piling
ter after batter tter In the big game PUll and andestablished a andestablished cI cItabltehetl
established a record which will hold inthe in inthe 1ftthe
the league for some time U fanning fanningnineteen fannlncnln fanningnineteen
nineteen nln tHn batsmen batsm n in eight I ht Inning and andstriking andstriking andstriking
striking out twelve in a row ro without withouta
a a t break Behind the bat he h received receivedperfect r reoetvedperfect ved vedperfect
perfect support from Camalter and not nota nota ot ota
a bu base e was 11 pilfered pilferedSportsmanlike pUteredSportsmanlike pilferedSperismanlike
Sportsmanlike Coaduet t tThe I IThe I IThe
The team work of t he ± e St Patricks Patrickswa Pa tricks triekwu trickswas
wa wu not in evidence Wednesday Weda Wednesday aday and the thewinners tb tbner thewinners
winners ner easily MIdi excelled in that depart department department department ¬
ment Daley men did not hit Ogle 01 as ashard ashard II IIhard
hard as a was expected ex tfMI and barely baret outbatted out outbatted outbaUH
batted their th tr opponents although altboU < < h they theyled theyIH theyled
led in basestealing and played a peer peerless peerI peerless ¬
I less fielding fteldingThe game gameThe gameThe
The personnel pentOn of orthe the champions le as asfollows a aI asfollows
follows John Daley manager Ray Raymond RayIIIOnd Raymond ¬
I mond Brennan captain Harry 1llJ Zannelll ZannelllBemie ZannelllI ZannelilBernie
Bernie Bern Gallagher Henry Mess Harmon HarmonIJnthicum HallllonUthleum HarmonLlathleum
I IJnthicum Willard Ca Camaller mailer Rfeton RfetonMoore Rl RItenMoore t n nlo
Moore lo re Maddox Whiting Whlttn and Limber LimberB Umberger
B ger r
gerThe rTh rTbil
Th The Marquette League board of direc directors cttreetor directors ¬
tors tor is composed eompo d of Messrs NV Rogers 105 Call CallDaley canJey CallDaisy
Daisy Jey Can CanilUt van Langley and Dove DoveThe Dov DovThe DoveTile
The league I ape ofnctais o tetata are President PresidentCapt Pr PresidentCapt kJent kJentcaltt
Capt C Eugene Edwards honorary honorarypresfdent hoDorarypre honorarypresident
president pre 4d en t Rev Eugene Hannan honorary honor honorary honorary ¬
ary vice president T 15 Heajy Hee y mere secretary IleCr IleCrtJtry meretary ¬
tary X T Woriey WorieyCapable WorleyCapable orIey orIeyI
Capable Officers OfficersThe OfficersThe OfficersThe
The official mut be commended for formaking torm formaking
making m klng this ths seasons on organization or nlatlon the thebest thebest thebeet
best In the leagues history hfstor Umpires Umptr UmptrBerer
Berger Sagrarto and Shipley have V also alsodone abodone alsodone
done good work while the services rvteea of ofIr
Mr Ir Barber arber r t M general manager at the thegame th thgames thegames
games cannot be too highly estimatedPlans estimated estimatedPlans e t1mated t1matedPlans
Plans are on foot to make the Mar Marquette Marquette Marquette ¬
quette League an eightclub organisa orgaralsation organisation orpftiaation ¬
tion next year Applications for fran franchises franehlses ran ranehlS4s ¬
chises have been received reeetv by the secre secretary MCretar secretary ¬
tary tar from rom St Joseph St Theresa St StMartin 8tIoJarUn StMartin
Martin St Vincent Vln n St Dominic St StPMer Stpter StPeter
Peter SL St Anthony Immaculate Concep Conception Conception Conception ¬
tion Sacred Heart Holy Name and andTrinity aDdTrlnlt andTrinity
Trinity Trlnlt clubs clubsA clubBA clubsA
A committee has been detailed to se secure Hcur ascure ¬
cure cur a suitable playing field for next nextyear nextYMr nextyear
year It has already alr ady started to work workand workand workand
and the Marquette arquette league will 111 be beamong beam beamong
among am tlg the first to start when the sea season Hason season ¬
son of 19M 8T come OffIeI around aroundWith aroundVlth aroundWith
With Vlth Gallagher in n the box the Mar Marquette Marquette ar arqlelte
quette Leaguer should have an excel excellent txctllent excellent ¬
lent chance to carry off the District Districtmilngdale Dilltrtctchamplonflhlp DistrictchampionehEp
champlonflhlp this frail n There are re plenty
of fans In Bloomingdale milngdale who are will ¬
lug Jn to back their team to toftnlsh finish at least leastsecond
1 second in the race and they will give giveodds giveodds giveodds
odds that the Immaculates will not be
last In the series seriesup seriesup seriesup
up the most mo t runs run In one game pmell 11 to 1 1weainst 1RIiIIlnliJt 1aeainat
weainst St Dominic In a sixinning xInnl g con
test testitem
Mess of Immaculate holds the base basestealing baseatcallng basestealing
stealing record The TIt diminutive thirdsacker third thirdsacker thirdsacker
sacker is very fast f1 t on his bJ feet feetThe feetThe feetTho
The secretary s retar has received anpllca anpllcaCAtiona appllcacltlons applicacatlons
CAtiona fer feradmlttanee admittance to the league
from the St Joseph Jo eph team teamThft teamPhP teamThe
The complete batting and fielding fieldingaverages ft fieldingaverages ldlng
averages 8 erages of the league lea tie will appear next nextSun4il nextSunday
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the Missouri Mta ourl Athletic Club of St Louis LouisCanadian j jCanadiaa I ICanadian
Canadian Team to Compete CompeteThe CompeteThe i iThe
The championship game are to be beheld beheld I Ih
held h ld at Travers Island on September 7 7and 7and 7and
and 8 Ail the local athletes will un undoubtedly undoubt undoubtedly ¬
doubtedly doubt l1 be enterd Nigel C BarkerAustralian Barker BarkerAustralian Bartc r rAufirallan
Australian has h forwarded his entry entryfrom entryfrom entryfrom
from London England and President PresidentP
P Gorman of the Canadian Amateur AmateurAthletic AmateurAthletic AmatturtblecJe
Athletic tblecJe Association says that a strong strongteam strongteam trongteam
team of Canadian athletes athst will also alsoenter aleot alsoeater
enter t and andcompete andcompeteAll compete eonapeteAll competeAll
All Eyes EY I On Ligktbedy LigktbedyThe LigktbodyThe
The CWemgoan Chte whose hotr form win be fol followed followed I Ilowed
lowed closest clo eat is Jam J s D Lightbod I Iwho j jwho i iwho
who won distance honor In the world worlds worldschampionships a j jehamptonsbip IehapAonabl
championships at both St Lout and andAthCM i iAthens i iAthens
j jstand
Athens There is only one man who whtstands whostand
stand between bet1 Ltghtbody and the title titleof titleor titleof
of America greatest distance runnerand runner runnerand runn r rlad
and lad he to Sheppard the great Philadel Philadelphia Philadelphia Phiadelphia ¬
phia miler milerAmonp milerAmong lIer lIerAmong
Among the Canadians who will be on onhand onhancl onhand
hand will be Kerr a sprinter from Ham Hamilton HIfDtIIton HrmIlton ¬
ilton who is a sure tenone man in inUMS Intbe intare
tare hundred Peter Deer the Indian Indianwho Indianwho Indianwho
who runs to and from business bMtft s dill distance ¬ I Itance iranee
tance of nine miles mUeeYery every day M l C CMcMartln Ceartln CMcXartin
McMartln eartln who te credited cr ltecl with a half halfmile halfmfJ halfmile
mile mfJ In two minutes minutesThere mlnut mlnutThere minutesThere
There i is disappointment that Dan DanKelly DanKelly DanKelly
Kelly the University of Oregon athlete athleteabout athlteabout athleteabout
about whom such wonderful stories tori are aretold aretold aretold
told will 111 not be able to come East Eastabout ButIt EastIt
It S is about settled that Thomas ThomasOBrien ThomaaOBrlen ThomasOBrien
OBrien who for several years has been beenofficial beenoltScial beenofficial
official handicapper of the A A A U will willnot willnot willnot
not stand tand for reelection re leeUon and there Is Isa hiA IsI
a lively campaign in progress for theplace the theplace thepilltef t
place Among Amon those mentioned In con connection I Inectkm
nectkm with the place are Ernie Hjerrberg HJert Hjelher f fhers
hers her = John P Boyle BoI chairman of Qt the theregulation theregulation thereguatlon
regulation regulation committee and H E Harvey Harveyof
of the St Bartholomew A C Either Eitherof EItherDC Eitherof
of these men would be a competent competenthandicapper competenthandicapper competenthandicapper
handicapper handicapperFootball handicapperFootball handicapperFootball
Football at Yale YaleYales Ya1eYaleit YaleYales
Yales football candidates eandtdat have bav been beencalled beenailed beencalled
called to report on September IS and andwill andwill I
will begin practice at a t once onc Foster FosterRockwell FosterRockwell
Rockwell head coach has been study studying studyIng studying ¬ I
ing the new rule rules i faithfully tattbtuH and Is Isready l lready isready
ready to give his men the benefit of his hisstudy hisstudy
study IItnd Much kicking will be done by bythe bytb bythe
the tb Yale backs in this fall Every Everymember Ever Evermember Everymember
member of the back field has been beentaught beentaught beentaught
taught to punt and instead of holding holdingthe holdingthe
the ball the backs will kick frequently frequentlyIt tr tJy tJyIt
It is I a settled > > conviction among amon the theYale th4Yale theYale
Yale coaches that injuries among the theplayers theplayers
players playe will be fully a as frequent as asunder asunder s sunder I
under the old rulr rules Collarbone frac fractures traetures fractures ¬
tures and broken wrists end nd arms are arelooked arelooked
looked for frequently under the new newcode newcode newcode I
code which develops much running runnln In Ina Inbroken
a broken field Under the new ne1 Yale Yaleeligibility YaJeeUKlbtltty Taleeligibility
eligibility rules which bars bar fresh freshmen froshI froshImen freshmen ¬
men no new players can make the theteam theteam theteam
team the coming fall The veterans veteranswho veteranswho terana teranaho
who ho will be eligible are areEnd areEnd areEnd
End Howard Jones tackles tack I Lucius LuciusBtglow LuetuaBiglow LuciusBiglow
Biglow and Robert Forbes guard Ar Arthur Arthur Arthur ¬
thur Erwin quarterback tuart rback Tad Jones Joneshalfback JOIteha1tback Joneshalfbacks
halfback Huward Roome William WilliamKnox WI1IIamKnox WilliamKnox
Knox and John Levine Friends of ofForbes ofForbes ofForbes
Forbes deny the rumor that he IB not notto notto notto
to return to Yale YaleSoccer YaleSoccer YaleSoccer
Soccer Players to Come ComeFollowing ComeFoUo1ng ComeFollowing
Following the lead of their English Englishbrethren Eh Enfillshbrethren UAh UAhbrethren
brethren the Caergon team of French Frenchsoccer Frenchoecer Frenchsoccer
soccer players are to invade the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States in S September ptember The members of ofthe ofthe Jr Jrthe
the team are student of the gymnasium gymnasiumof
of the Champ Elysee of Paris and andthey andthey andthey
they have met teams from England EnglandOhr England01w
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Rule Are Flagrantly VWated b by byEvery byEvery 7 7Every
Every Member May Tiara Dur Daring During During ¬
CHICAGO CHIC Q Aug u Z J5K ff UM lb umpires umpireswere umpireawere umpireswere
were really 7 strict not a player r In the theNational theNatloaal theNational
National or American Leagues would wouli1at
last at through t UM
necessary nine IDe innings
Rule 11 for instance of the baseball baseballcode baaeba baseballcode 11 11e
code e says y that no plyernot even the thecaptain thecaptain 1 1Captain
captain or manager of a clubshall clu haU have havethe havethe havethe
the right to question the decision of the theumpire theumplr theumpire
umpire on any an play The umpire is isauthorised I Iautborlzed Isauthorlsed
authorised to eject Jeet a player pia play who even evenwas evenInt1mates evenIntimates
Intimates that a called aUIIIe was not notover notover notover
over the plate plateThis plateTbfa plateThis
This would clean out meet dubs in inthe intbe inthe
the first two toning Imagine going goingthrough goingthro goingthrough
through thro the batting Hats II ta and not hear hearing hearIng hearing
ing a kick oa balk beU and strikes Yet Yetthis Y Yetthis r rthis
this law Is laid down before betor the umpire umpirein umpirIn
in black and white He H does not enforce enforcit entorIt
it because beea be knows ib the players mean meanno meanno meanno
no harm What What does he b get in return returnThe returnThe returnThe
The very next play they tlM go at him worsethan worse worsethan worSttban
than ever everAnother eerAuetlter everAnother
Another section of the rules naae say says I that thatno thatno thatno
no player can leave his position to die discuss dlsCUIIA dieCUM ¬
cuss a decision with the umpire umpireThis UlllptreTbl umpireThis
This Tbl rule is violated vIolated1 by practically ev cvery every v vMY
ery ball player in America every ev ry day daytitill dayaitill daydoll
doll cite umpires u out of leniency 1 1ency 01 01not rtnot < i inot >
not enforce force It A worse squabble f flows fol follows fu fuIowa ¬
lows the next day da And so it Itule goes goesRule goesRule
Rule ule tt ray says that no coacher sh eha shai shaiaddrem U Uaddress 11a4d
address a4d the pIt pitcher ber of the opposing opposingteam OPPC5Intealll opposingteam
team to try to Incite Inch the crowd c oWd to todemonstration t tdeJItOMtraUOL todemonrtrxtion
demonstration This te commonly known knowna
a as rattling a pitcher pitcherRule pUeberR pitcherRule
Rule R M section 4 says The TIle ball in inplay inplay inplay
play shall 11 not be intentionally IntentlonaU discolored discoloredby
by rubbing rubble < < it with the KI soil or otherwise otherwisedamaged otherwlsed otherwisedamaged
damaged ed Yet every time a new ball ballla bal balIs ballla
la thrown to the pitcher this t rule is isbroken 1sbrok labroken
broken brok There is some excuse for this thishowever thisbowever thishowever
however as all teams have practical praetlcalya practicallyagreed ly lyagreed
agreed a that It Is fair for pitchers to rub rubthe ruutile rubthe
the ball in the tlwtThe grass graJMThe grassThe
The rules further say 1 that no player playsrshall playersnail play play1aUleave
snail shall 1aUleave leave the bench except when called calledto eallEdto calledto
to bat unless unl hi hbt his team be m In the fl nhi nhiat 1ieIlat < u uat
at the time This Thi rule is violated hun hundreds hurldredil hundreds ¬
dreds of times dally
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