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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAC-'SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 1915.
FOUR DUKES SQUEEZE' THROUGH IN HAIM RAISING FINISH Old Pueblos Almost Get by With Ninth Inning Rally, but Five-run Lead Is Too Much for Them to Overcome, The gimln IhlM uficrnnon will hrgln -it 3 o'clock ahurp, ho that there, will be plenty of lime af ter the contest to get home for supper, "Lefty" llussell, late (if Lu Crueea, who will he painfully re membered for what he did to the Duke when the Crucians were here annie time n u. ha been signed hy Malinger Heed Hnd will he on the hurling line for the locals this afternoon, wllh Itnedel on the receiving end. In all probability McConndl and (Nilhin will lie the buttery offering for Tucson. There Mhmild he h big turn out of fiirm thin afternoon. Al buquerque Ik now on tr hi I for her ability to support league baseball. TucKon. phoenix and i:l Psao have come across In tine shape for their respective teams. What la Albuquerque going to do? A iiiIkn Ih ik good as n mile, and thNt'M how II In thiit the Dukes hnve yesterday's game to Ihelr criilil, Mc OeehHil, up In the ninth for the Oh! I'lieblim wllh two down unci second nnd third fully irt upled. gazed at one of Flehurty'a deceptive slow onen ii ml made up Ma mind Hint H wouldn't come over the phile. II was one of those mistakes of Judgment thiit the bent of UN miike lit time. Al the exnet moment thnt the bull nil ItBcdel's mlt with n soggy "plunk" I'mp Sterling gave thst wenrv littP gesture Hint mean ''It' u II off. hoys," the crowd drew several large, Windy sighs of lelief, nnd Indeed It van nil 1 1 IV. Score 10 to 0, wllh the flimn llyliiR, over the riimpurl of lh DukeM. It wn one of thoNe KHinen where w never knew exuctly where p were, line inlnule It Hcuned thiit Hi" euciiiy hud u nil eewed up, the next minute It looked if the Utile old , mtine were In our own cold HtornKe pliant, nnd Ihe initiiitw n fl r thnt you didn't know whiit to think. Irlim Miirled out the Kiime for the lm uln nnd for H(itnethln over eluht Innlnir did JllMt Mliollt hh well i We could linve wunted hlni to do. Then nil of u nudiicn the enemy not bin niniic, Hint n(l"l a volley of Hbot nnd xhell from Ihelr 4'.'-( entlmeter ninm Iiih limp mid bleeding form Wnii borne tender ly from the Held o buttle. Kb huity liffectloniiliily iviliii'd "Klc.n" by the Imih umlertook lu u) Uitt s riilj,5' I"or n while It looked n if It couliln'l be did; hut Juki hh we Were on the 'point of giving up hope Mi l ledum KiieoHed wroilirC t hilt deceptive idow one, nnd mh hn prevloiiHly been recorded, It wim nil olT. Tucnn nlnrt'rl ilff III the lend, Hior- Iiir two ruim tn the ttrxt InninK nh'l another In the necond, while the 1 'liken could only Krl one lone tnlly iirTiiM the plulter In the IIihI. In the third, however, Frank lluelnmiin Huulered lip to Ihe Ihlle pinto ilKhl In from of the umpire mid with Hint liolichnlnnt and dehiminiir mnnner that hiiH come to be r" ( knlzed im one o hiH diNtliiKUlHhlnii cburai'lerliiticH, put the hull over the left tbld fence, lor bin fifth home run of tne m'S non, nnd im Murphy hml pre' IoiihIv xlnKled llliil Ui'H wnltiil't on HlM Iiiimc for IhlM very tbliiM to hnppen, blh liihlrti'l took it leiHIllely M I oil iii'i'UU'l Ihe (m 1 tin and l-ejfixtered ptf"tb sooi ruim for the l.'i:i for which they are worklntc. I.nli'i hi the jhiih Inning Carman m'ored ,m a hiiikI", m wild throw and u phci if l'f f'y, which put u one run I.) the kooiI, Then lit the fourth, Irion K"l a lit tle cnreleHH tn the mnnner of Kivlim up hltN nnd n llerep nHnault from the lifted foe reHulted In two more iuiih with the balnnce niruln on the wroim fide of the lodm-r. In Hie fifth, alxth, Hivcnlh and eighth we came back ill 'em und piled up un accumnlntion of ruim which ouxht to ninke tiny obi bull uuuie wife. At the end of Ihe elKhlh the count wum Id to r, nnd we lilid the 1(1. lliiwcN'fr.' fnte hnd decreed, even ax It due in the Klnry hiiokn, Hint nome- hi UK nhvuhl hnppen In the ninth, Illld when fate decreet! It tlllllK ll usually coiiioh out thnt y, SIhhIc. Prut up f.n- Tiii-min hi the final Htnn KlUKled t" rlu ht, but wax forced nt w'cotid (in I'uhvi'itler'n urotinde!' to thnt otntliui. Mct'onnell MittKleil Ihronuh nhorl mill Ktilvvcider went Up one pen, Sladelll wnlked nnd the lme were (liwiuoMintlv lntoi'nteil. Itaibr iuukIiI uici tlj;ht in the mid rilT f ir a Htiniiinn n nule. ami Kul welder and Mct'onnell Ncored. ' Tin kle" .Mi .Murdo nut (in,. Hiifi-lv past the Inner work. anH when Muiphv c It pit by out In tenter Harden, Stn (lelll, who bail reached mti.ihI on the previoim piny, aleo acorcd. With mie down nnd il fierce fully under nn. thliiRM ere becinnliut to look blhoUB, and reinforce mcnix wi-rc iiiohcl to tin Hunt In the peium "I an nble-hodied Mi nt named I'li'linilv. Klea didn't ki-1 otr to a i r Kood atari, tor the Prut man to f, e ti ti it. Kelts, dlninined out u binile that broiiKhl Holler KiTMhH and the count was lt to 9. t itllnn. however. i,blii;lnnlv popped mil to Hclrlult. Medeehnn uttuck out. and it w time fi.r U. J.er. fhailin French hun luck In the Jjiune with all Hunk llyiim A eircuc mop of M MurdoH Kruunder In the neventh, follord by cciisutional throw which cut the lm Monde down in the pride of hie nuih. n a feat ure of the Kiime. Then In the (liihtii I'hiirlle took one of HlaiSle fan mi. s ll th back of bin bean tlulil where tne hair bt'Klnn t net abort, nnd r it time It looked ug if r ,.t. t,, i,, deprived of the aeivl, ea i,r rmr Hi ond tiiiMrnian for the reiuuinuer Don't miss this opportunity to buy your wants now. The Leader stock must be sold. All prices for this sale will be just one-half of what they are marked. The Leader Bank rupt Stock. Sale starts Mon- day, 9 a. m. r inn for hlni, tint before the, side retired, Clmrl'e pull.d himself ireihcr slid iit hack to bin usu Station IHUKlSt t h Cllil I'f '111' ' M-mldcd multitude. Here u r" l hi' figures: Tucfcon Hladelll, If. . .. Kiidi r. Hb -2h. MoMuido, 2b.- Felta, cf ("ill Inn, c MrGerhiin, 81 -Single, p.-ib. .. Kulwelder. 111. Mi'Comiell. rf. All. . 3 . 3 . f. t '. 4 . 4 . 4 . 4 . 4 111 llftfTIXIcn. Jol'lllill '!. Illlt ill . a. ro. a. i:. i l ti i I s o 1 11 3 ) 1 2 0 2 2 10 1 .'t 1 0 .1 il I I 1 ti 2 0 I (I 0 13 24 II - . 11. I'O. A. K. 3 3 ll "I 1 u 3 0 4 0 H 0 z : ii (i 13 7 1 toll) i !i a i I 4 2 ll tl ll 4 'I II ll II 0 14 27 2D 2 200 001 ti Tola In 3 lliiKiicr'iic Murphy, i t. . . . Humphries, hh. Iluclsmiin, rf. . c.irrnnn, If. ... French, 2b, , , , Davis, 3li All. . 4 .. 3 . 4 . 4 . 3 . 5 . :i . 4 . 4 . 0 ili rrlnlt, lb. Itncild, c. Irion, p. ' Flchurty, Totala . , . .34 10 Hcore by' lnnitu:: Tucson 51" Alhuqucr lite 1DJ II I 3 llX10 Huinmary: llomt run Muelnunn. Two-biiK" bits Mi ileehsn, liuclmmin (2). HiuTlflce hits lluiuphl lea (2). Mrlleehiin. Hncrlfiee f Ilea ! tench, iluchiman. Stolen linaea Under, KcPm. Ij-H on baaea Albuqiteniue, ; Tucaon, ft. Klrat. buHe on crrma Alhuquerql'i', 1. lllta utf Irion, 12 In X 1-3 IiiIiIukh; elf KIiihI, 14 In 7 2-3 InnliiKM. liases on lita 1 Ih Off Irion, &; off Hlaltle, i. Htrnck out Hy Irion, 3; by Kindle, I ; by Klchnrty, 1, Hit tiv pitehets Ity Irion (Un der); by HIiiKle iKrcnch). Time of .llmt 1 :4.". I'lnplre Hlfrllim. I'luicuK 3; Ii I'll mo O, T'hoenlx, Ariz,, June 5. lliibei" Hull, pltchinir 'or the rVnnlora toibty. held the Mm kmcn to no hits, no runs, while his leammntea were lillinx up fourteen hlla. t'lassy work by the M f'nso Infield however, prevented the home tenm from netting In moiethuii three runs. (inly one bull slammed out by nn i:i I'aso butter might be culled u hit by a stretch of Imnnlnnl Ion. 1'erriiu' mounded a slow one to H.nnlon at third. Kcnnlon let the ball (to Into leTt field. Hut five HI I'uHonns Kot to flrit hnse, two on piihbcs nnd Ihiee on errors. Duly three (jot as far ns sec ond. HtrnnKcly, Hall was ua wild aa a Koat. lie lopped up many bulls to the batsmen hut i.Iw.iys nuinnccd to ninke the i looters Kronnd them or Hy out. Hcore; II. II. M. K I'UHii 0(10 0(10 fiilO 0 0 2 1'hoenlx 200 (IU0 01 x -3 14 .1 Itntterlcs: Knlxht and Hllss; Hall and I ..Villi. Time 1:2-1. I'mpirc -Kune PITTFEDS BEAT KAWS AND AGAIN TAKE LEAD (N GILLMORE'S LEAGUE 1ST M0HNIN4 JOURNAL ftClAL LtASRO WIRIi Kmas City, June f,.-- I'lttsbut -h iiKiiln lends ihe federal leaKue, hiivlng ilcfealeil Knnsiis City, 4 to I, In a pitchers' hull le here to'hiy. Johnson wua the (list (o weaken. After hopl llili the opponents til two hits until IIib lust InniiiH. he was hit for a dou ble, u Itiple and a sinKle. which net led ihree runs, He ore: 11. H. r . .010 000 tl.K)- 4 Ti , . 100 000 OilO 1 9 Allen and O'Connor llrown. l'lttsbui'Kh . Kansas City Hullerb's: Johnson a ml Itiiltimorc 7; lli'iiolilyii ft. HrooKlvn, .hi lie 6. Brooklyn mil batted llaltliuore nliuost 3 to I loduv, but lost a ten-iunhiK ttame, 7 to ft. Si in im iiih battlUK for Jacklltsch In the nliitli, with two out and Iioolnn on llrst, doubled o (leep center, semllnB home the tiring run. WUson hit Mc Caiidless and Duncan, the tint two butters up In the tenth, a sacrifice lilt and two mils aenriliitf home the win ning runs. Score; It, It. K. Hultiniore ...002 On I (HI 27 ti 1 Mrooklyn ,...004 010 (Ian n.& 15 1 Mutterlcs: Siikks and JucUlltsch, Owen; Wilson and I.and. SI. I.ouis (1-0; Clilcauo l-tl. Chlcauo, Juno 5, tlood plt hlnK, bnttini; and llebliuu nave St. I.ouis a double win over ChlcnKu luring !-4 and tl-0, the vlalturt tnakliiK a clean weep of the tlve-ttanie aeries. Afler runuinu around the bases on his home run In Hie fourth IiiiiIhh of the tirsl Maine, Ilcndrix "its pounded for live hits, lucludiiiK VaiiKlm's triple, which netted the visitors six runs. Dnvcn port relieved Wilson for St. Louis, when the latter wavered ami blank ed Cbliami for the last few Inniims.' In the second name (Yamhill was In vincible and errors spoiled what lit tle chnnce l't'cndcriinst had tu hold down St, I.ouis. Sron Firm Ha me; 11. H. K. St. Louis 00(1 nt',0 000 6 5 2 ChiciiRo (HiO 20.' 000--4 7 J Bnlterii-s: Watson. Davenport nnd Inrtlcy; Hi nilrlx and Wilson. Score Second Hnmv: , K. 11. K. Chlenmi 0H0 000 000 (I 4 Ii St. I.ouis (KM) 203 led ti Ii (H Batteries: Crnndall nnd Hartley I'i'eudciK.isI, llreunun nnd Fischer. Newark I: Itiil'fnlo 0, , Newark, June 6. .Newark scored a shutout victory over Buffalo lod.-i.v, nllhoUKh tleorue Kn iHi-r 11 it f was W ild nnd passed seven men. He outpitched Ford In (he pirn lies. The Peps maii aned tu net in safetios when they counted and also oultieblcd the visi tors. Score! Buffalo . Newark . Battcil K. II. K. . . , 000 Odd (KiO ll 4 2 . ,100 01 1 1 0x 4 8 0 Fold ami Blair; Kaiser- Hug nnd Biiil.len. TRANS-MISSISSIPPI GOLF TOURNAMENT TO BEGIN AT MEMPHIS M-gnined their batting form today j T MORNIN JOURNAL t'CCIAL tIA.tD WISH 'lll O VlT 1 1 . '1 111 i 1 1 V 1 V (ll'lCtlcd BrOOk" Mcmphis, Teiin., June d. --Premier lyn, 11 to (i. Mi'immuiix won his third golf players of the west begun to nt - atraiglil shutout and held the visitors: live here tonight to take palt in the! to roue lihs. Max On rev reiieiileit his1 i.nnuiil (iiiiriiiuiii nt (,f ihe tran- Mlssmsli.pl (lull association. Play w'll stmt Monday on ihe llnHs ol the; Memphis Country club. John I Only, of the Hook Island i HnaiklMi .. Aiscual Coif club, the present title j Pittsburgh holder, will be prevent to defend th'l Batteries: ( hanipiiitiship won lust year it t Kan-!ir, Wheat; ana City, when lie defeated It. A. !e. Kummaiv Liiugiiiin of Denver. Henry C M inlkithibi i lnk Minneapolis, roiirjto times winner of hret honors, and Stewart StO knev of St. Louis, also a former i hampion, w ill be among the strong oonieiulem this year. ' other notable plaera expected In clude (ieorjje Fredcnckson, tw inner of the mit oMahoma championship: Nelson Whitney, of New Orleans, southern ISO 4 champion; C.eorge V. Hilton, Texas title holder: Jack le witt. Colorado atnte champion; C. U. Jones, Kansua state champion, and A, M. llartletl, low title holder. Wrestler Aberg V?? Anyone Who Can Throw Him mi ' Y" y ' W f YAr : I... -nurrn I lllirillll ink "I.K " ' ' Y : l - .'.. . ...... ..-.w,.-,r..r.jffi1lif.1...mftrfrT -gf 1 Alex. Ahrrif, the iilaut wrestler, I kii tuny of hiniHelf mid of h,s abiliiy to hold his preient tide ns i hampion of the world In Urcc o-l(oman wres tllltK that he will forfeit ll.tiOu In ud dltlon to all the pursi to an nnr wim ciin xel a lull mi him, I'm thermoi e, he Is after ('rank (loli h and the world's pieinii r w rea- Only Bingle Obtained Against .Phillip. Twiner Conies in the Ninth After Two Men Have Been Retired, ? HORN I Nd JRURNAL RPtCIA!. LIAS.O WlRfll St.- I.ouIm, June 5. III ir fast Hume here toduy In v.hich the St. Loitltt bailees went old one, two, three in Hie llrst five IlinliiKs, I'hllailelphiii de- (eated fit. l.culs, 3 to (I. S. I.iiiilsj made only one hit off Alexander mull lhat was utter two men were out the ninth. Seme: 11. H, I'lillnitolphiu ...30(1 (100 ()00 7 St.. l,oillH oou 0110 00(1 -0 1 liulleil's: Alcxaniicr anil KHlif Meadows and Snyder. V.. 3 r; nummary: Two-base liitu Ilaii croft, Klllifer. Double pluys -Miller In H.VHtt; itf-lxi-4 to Miller. Hiikch on balls (HT Alexander 1; off AlPitdowa 2. Struck out My Meadows 2; by Alexander S. I'mpiroK QulKley ami Knsou, New York It: Chicago 0. ChiciiKo, June 5, Captain Lurry Do le ol the New Yol k Natlotiul.H und l'ltcher I'crritt were the heroes for Ihe visitors today when the east erners shut oul Chicago, 3 to 0, in Ihe llrst name of their Initial western invusion of the nenson. Doyle made four of the visitors' hits. Two of j them were doubles und one a triple. I lie drove In two of the ruim for his1 chili and flcbb'd In sensational fotin.l I'crritt pitched In line form and held ChiciiKo to four scattered hits. Score: N w York . Chleimo . . . Mutterlcs: Humphries, Summary: (2). Snicr. It. If. K. ... .000 100 01 13 N 2 . . .000 000 00(1 0 4 3 I'errltt and McLean; Pierce and Archer, Two-base hits Doyle Three-base hit Doyle. Bases on halls ( i IT I'crritt 2: off Humphries I; olT Pierce I. Hits OlT Humphries. K In S innings; off Pierce none in 1 Innlntr. struck out By Humphries a; hy Perrilt 2. l"mplrcs Myron and nrth. Cincinnati II; Boston 3. Cincinnati, June .Four succes sive hits, (he liist a double and the Inst a triple, followed bv a loiitf suc- rilice fly, netted Cincinnati four runs in the sexenilt inniii!; today nnd Bos tun went down to defeat In the open ln name of (he series, 1! (o 3. Whal ing's double In the lllih, hit hH,'h up on Hie left Held fence, but was lidd ed last when ll bounded hack and Whalint; was held at second base. Score: BonIou . . . , . . Clnciniiat I . . . Batteri'-s: Whaling; Dale, U. It F.. .000 010 .inn) oou IIiikIics Si hnciib 020 3 4 I! 4:.'x (i fl 1 und (lowly, r and Clark. hits Who I e bit tiiit- Summary ; Tw o-base lug, llel.iig. Three-b. l.lth Double play Moll Willi. Bases on llerxog to (ii-oh t" bulls (iff Hugh") I i; on iKiie t,, tins on Dubi ,i in I liming.'-; oil Schneider 1 In 1 2-3 j mints. Struck out Bv Hughes S: Pale 3 empires l!li:er and Hurt PlHsburgli It; BiiioUI.iii 0. Plltsbin th. June 5. --The Pirates! pert'ormnnce of earl) in the season 'liv imil.irg live hils tn th e times nt bm, two or which were S-cic: doubles. H..M , , (uui 0(1(1 000 0 4 D . .002 710 lOxll D 1 Dell, Cudor and O. Mi! Miuuuux and tiihson. 'jSvo - base lilt s t i r c v ALEXAHDERCOMES j WITHIN ONE OF A i nn ii it innmnw iiiu-mi vibiuiii Legg.C), Hlnelimaii. Double plays Myers Dnubert: Mainattx to Wngnor to Johnston. Basis on Philsoff Dell 2: olf endure 2: off Mamanx 1. Hite Off Ddl 10 in 4 Innings; off Cudore ti in 4 innings by t 'adore I . Klem ii ml Struck out .By Dell 2: by Mamaux ii. empires Ca Kill. Pacific Coast League. Oakland 41 Portland fi. Sun Francisco 8; Uis Angeles 2. Venice 6; Salt Lnk 1. Offers $1,000 to ALEX llins title. Samuel liachmnn, the wres ll ) tournnment man, has posted an offer of a $20,000 puise for u match 1 between Hotch and A bene, winner to ! lake nil. In xplte or the fact that i (ioich has announced he will never i wrestle ncaln, the Blue of the purse : and Aberit'a almost ( onlcmptuoua i Icillenue may to inn Hie veteran buck l to the padded rlntr for one more bout. STANDING0F TEAMS. IlIO CHAXpi: ASSOCIATIO.V. Vr. I'et. . 7 .1 .f)S3 lie (1 ft ..1 1.1 k .r.'jo 4 7 .364 Kl I'nso Alhuqiieri I'hocnix TucKon , national m:agi:e. i w. u rot. I Chicago 23 1 7 .67.1 Philadelphia 22 IS ..MO I Mrooklyn 21 20 ..112 I lloston .20 20 ' ..Mil) 1st. I.ouis 21 22 .4 SS I'iltsbnrxh ID '1 .471 H'lnclnniill 17 2t .447 ! New York '.Ill 20 .4 44 j;;1;;;;;;;;1 AM Kit I CAN MCAGCK. i W. I-. Pet. i CblcaHo , 2S 1 ,3ii i Detroit ,2S 17 .1122 Huston 20 IH .556 . New York ; 1 9 10 .501) I Vnshinnton il 7 20 .4 511 K'h'V. lund .. . i IX 22 450 i (. Louis ,17 25 .4 0.1 ! l'hllailcli!ila 15 27 .357 FEDEItAL I.KAGIR. W. i2 23 U Pet. IX .fi!H 17 ' .67.1 17 .504 IS .fif.H 20 ..124 23 .4(s9 24' .400 2D .341 Plttshurnh .M W'iirK . . St. Louis 22 Kansas (''ity 24 Mrooklyn 22 ChlcnKu 22 Halllmore ID Mul'fulo 15 W1IKIU2 TIIKY TLAY TODAY. Itlo Grniide) Association, Tti 'son at Albuquenjue. Kl I'aso nt Phoenix. National Le.-ujue. Boaton nt Cincinnati. Nov York at Chicago. Phlliidelphin nt St. Louis. American l.eaifiio. No Rnmcs ucheduled. Federal Ira erne. PittsliuiKh at Chicago. St. Louis at Kansas City. Huffulo nt .Newark. FAST JUNE TIME SHOWN AT SAN FRANCISCO MEET (BV MORNINO JOURNAL tRKCIAL LBABIO WIRB) San Fr.'inciM'o, June 5. The exposi tion summer harness meet which op ened here today developed what was termed hy followers of the sport to be the fastest Juno times ever made In tliis'country. There were three event.t on the card. McCloskey, owned by Alonzo McDonnld, of Indianapolis, won the 2.30 class trot, with a best time of 2:09. The Beaver won Ihe 2:0? paee, best lime, 2:05 tj, und the 2:08 trot went to Peter McCormlck, best time. 2:0!)i,4. All the races were hard fought and the finishes close. WISCONSIN UNIVERSITY WINS CONFERENCE MEET fV MORNINfl JOURNAL RPKCIAL LlAMO WIRI1 I'rhann, 111.. June 5. I'niversity of Wisconsin athletes won the fifteenth annual Hack and field meet of the In tercollegiate Conference Athletic as sociation on Illinois field today, hav- ittis i, ,,1,,,-tr.., ..e ..... ,,..-! .,.., ,h(. ,wm ,,r ,, unlversHy of Chi- jcago. The final count was Wisconsin, 3x; Chicago, 37. Missouri was third, versity of Illinois, pion, fourth, with nee record were li'en events. The I'niversity of with 21. and Unl hist year' eham 18. Nine confer broken in the fif- Aiiollter Duke to Turf. Brunswick, Ocrmany, June 5 (via London, 0:11 p. m.) The Duke of Brunsw ick is about to make his debut on the turf wilh n racing stable, fol lowing the example of the kings -of Bavaria and Surretemberg. The duej.il stud hercfore has sold its yearlings. but the market in Into years has been poor and the duke determined to race them. The duke Is Kmperor William's son-in-law . t.rmv Scmple Missouri Cliamp. St. Louis, June 5. Miss Grace Seni ple, of the St. Louis Country club, to duy became women's state golf cham 1 Ion, when, she defeated Miss I-aurie Kaiser, of the Glen Kcho club. In the finals of the women's state tourna ment, 2 up und 1 to p'av. Hobby Uallmv I nip I re. Chicago, June 5. Hobby Wallace, formerly a tualor league player, re cently released by the St. Louis Amet i- can league club, toduy appointed j umpire for the American league. jf RE5 BLIND AS USUAL; CAN'T SEE TRIPLE PLAY White Sox Claim to Have Put One Over, but Fail to Con- vince Judges of Play'Speak er Out for Several Days, (V MOSK'NO JOURNAL PCCIAL LIAtffO WIRf f Bo.slon, June fi. The leusuo lender were baffled by the pitchim of Fou ler today, lloslon winning from Chi cago, 4 to 2. Chicago players clnlmed a triple play In the second Innlnc when Cafrlttan hit to center field, acoriiiH two runnera. Quinlnn insisted that he catiKht CurrlKan's hit and threw to the Inflelders, who touched out two men. Hut the umpires ruled that the bull was trapped and the runs counted. Speaker, who was struck In hend by a pitched ball yes terday, will he out of the gume for several (lays: Score: U. H. E. Chlcatno 000 101 000 2 4 3 Boston 020 020 00x 4 S 0 llatteries: Itussell and Schnlk; Fos ter and ''arrigan. Summary: Two-base hit lewis. Three-base hits (lainer, K. Collins. Double play Scott to llublltzrl. Hasca on balla (iff Foster, 4; off Russell, 2. Hit by pitcher Hy Foster (Quinlnn I. Struck out Hy Foster, 1: Hussell, 1. empires Kvuns and Mulluney. Cleveland ft: Washington 4. WashliiKton, June 6. Cleveland rallied In Hip ninth Innlm? today and won the second same of the series with Washington, 5 to 4. A double, a sacrifice fly and two singles brnutfht In the winhlnft runs. The locals scored their four runs in the third on two sinc.l"N, a two-base hit and a dou ble steal. Score: It. If. K. Cleveland .. ,.300 000 0021 10 1 Washington ...004 000 000 4 5 2 Hntterb's: Walker, Morton, Hnr- stiid, Jones and O'Neill; Johnson and Henry. Summary: Two-base hits Mueller, Turner, Wambssanss. Hits Off Walker, 3, none out In third; off Mor ton, none In 2 Inninits: Jones, none In 1 lnnink. liases on bulls Off Walk er, 2; off Morton, 1; off Hnrstad, I. Bases on errors Cleveland, 2; Wash liiKton, 1. Struck out By llarstad, 1; by Johnson. 2; hy Jones, 1. I'm pire Connolly and Chill. Detroit 11; New York 2. New York, June fi. Detroit made it two slruitiht today from the New York Americans, winning easily, 11 to 2. Dniiss held the Yankees to five hits, three coming in the ninth in ning after Detroit had an eleven-run lead. In the eighth inning Cobb drove a nome run into a recess between the end of the concrete stand and the wooden bleachers in right field. It was the longest bit ever made in this direction. Hcore: P. II. K. Detroit 000 200 045 1 1 14 0 New York OnO 000 002 2 5 2 Batteries: Dausn nnd MrfCee; Fish er, Brown and Sweeny. Summitry: Two-base hits Veach, Vitt, McKee, Pecklnpnugh, Cook. Three-base hits Crawford. c!Iome runs Cobb. Kavanaugh. Bases on bulls Off Drums, 4; off Fisher, 1; off Brown, 1. Hits Off Fisher, 10 in 8 Innings; off Brown, 4 In 1 inning. Struck out Hy Fisher, 4; by Brown 1; by Dutiss, 2. I'lnpircs Hilde brand and o'Loughlln. Piiilailclplihi I; St. Louis 2. Philadelphia, June 6. After failing to get a hit today for five innings, Philadelphia: developed a batting ral ly in the sixth Inning at Louriermilk's expense and scored all of the runs which defeated SI. Louis, 4 to 2. In this session Barry doubled, Walsh walked, oldring, Mclnnis and Malone each singled and Oldring and Mclnnis each stole second base. James, who succeeded Loudermllk, retired the home team in order in the last two innings. Wyckoff struck out eleven balsmcn and was given excellent sup port. Score: K. H. E. St. Louis 001 001 000 2 4 0 Philadelphia ..000 004 000 4 4 2 Summary; Two-base hit Harry. Double plays Loudermllk to Agncw to Ijivan to Leury to Austin. Base on balls Off Loudermllk, 4; off Wyck off, f. Hits Off Loudermilk, 4 in fi Innings; off James, none In 2 innings. Struck out By Loudermilk, 6; bv James, 2; hy Wyckoff, 11. Umpires Dineen and Nallln. FORESTER JUNIORS WIN CLOSE GAME; SCORE 4-2 The Forester Junior leaguers won from the Albuquerque leaguers, 4 to 2, yesterday afternoon. The batteries were: For the Junior leaguers: Ked mond, Wntson and Dnran; for Hie Albuquerque leaguers: Narroetle Shaw und Nuvarette. American Association. liouisville, 12; Kansas Citv, 3. Cleveland, 2; St. Paul, 12. Columbus, 4; Milwaukee, 7. Indianapolis, 2; Minneapolis, 0. Western League. St. Joseph 2; Denver fi. Des Moines 2; Lincoln 1. Topeka 4; Sioux Citv 3. Omaha 8; Wichita L Trails Wins Championship. llye, N. Y., June 5. For the fourth time in his long golfing career, Wai ter J. Travis, the Harden City veteran, won the championship title of the Metropolitan Golf association on the Apawmis club links today. In the thirt)-six hole match, which decid ed this year's honor, Travis defeated John G. Anderson, a Boston man who recently made his residence in New York, by two up, after playing twice over the full course and holing out a thirty-foot putt on the home green for a three. It was a brilliant finish tn a well contested match, the first half of which had found the men on even terms. Wins Missouri Championship, St. Louis, June 6. Cy More, cham pion player of the Normandy (iulf club, won (he .tlissourl mite cham pionship today when he defeated A. W. Warren, of St. Joseph, 3 up and 1 to play. GEXTUVS EGGS. Fresher, cleaner, better. Vvm mm candled, (tamped and guaranteed. Sold by Jaffa, Maloy. liawkln DIPLOMACY. Ojp the Dip, who ti In all on a charge of shooting an inojfensire Htrttnucr in the spine, gave out the fiilltnniig statement throuyh his at torney to-day: i Tur lindi'r.lKiied hnm the honor to submit to the stale's ntturuey the fol low I utt nnanrr to the ludlelmrot of May IH ri-unrdlntr the lajury of boob who refused to be at nek uui 1 had warned hlni to keep off Clark atrerl between Sr(h nvenoe nnd l''ul lertou. 'Ihe fact thnt lie preferred Co walk on Clark rAialraU of llalsteil la no fault of mine. He had been duly warned u oil took hla own rlak. furthermore, I have It on goad au thority thai he earrled In hla brenat pocket claur which he Intended to hmol to my endiij, the rou lit ( lark and I ullerdiu. llraldeN, I anaiireted thnt he carried a gat In hla kick. I did uot atop t iDvrMtlitnlr. I ofruld aomrbody nilulit net me If I did. I merely pi ii u iced him and brat It, la addition, you hnvr no eonirliaek at the present time because I am hrmuird In by Iron burn, Vtbadriaya going to do about Itf It la well to know that all men are not thinking about war. After rendliiK Mie war news in the papers on our wry down town we turned to a fellow passeuner und said: "It lookn ua if they are up against It." "Nix," he aald, reassuringly. "They have the noods." "Whadilaymenn they have tha Hoods?" Bald I. not thinking- of any tliliiaf In particular. "Look It here," he said. 'l-'elaeh, ef, Hoth, 3b. 'P.. t olllna, 2b. 'Ktiurnler, If. M, l olllua, rf. ' caver, aa, llrlrf, lb. Mchulk, c. 'lluwMrll, p." "O," sy 1. "U," anys he. There wasn't any more arte uinent. America la atill Rlriiun la ntnieiea arinr ine tart tant me "oi"i'"- antra have been railed off. 'there la Jack Curley and 'l inn Jonra and Tom my Nn lull and Abe Pollok and Nate l.ewfa nnd Doc Krone and Dan Mor gan. Thry ouee were MpaiilRb ath- Irtea, but now they are Miiilh Antrrlenua. Soldier Haitfield claims that he la the welterweight chuinplon of the world, tliu universe and vicinity. There once whs a lad who staked a Claim on the dcaert of Sahara. mitiiim; ok mroitTt.M'K. I'm in a War Dispatch "Our bat terlea to-dny bombarded an rneiuy poRlllou, kllliiiK und ouudlng: aeveral huudred. ,iitlitnr of Iniportnnce er i'iirred.H The fact that the Indians stopped the White Sox causes no surprise among those who a,re conversant with sporting events. Jack McCormlck tmce stopped Kid McCoy. "M illard limit Will lie Plum." qiuith an afternoon cimtenip. Since when has the plum become cltrua frnltf One sees a good deal of human na ture when one attends a Bloomer Girls' ball game, hut one can ee more at the Follies. linger Itreannhan atill lends the National I.eiiKur In atenllng baaea. V4hnt'a the use of trjinu to write anything comical alter thatt No matter what you want It will save you time and money if you use the Journal's want columns. i l Dependability- " ,r()RK than 75 Concerns now I VI manufacture Tires. We believe that everyone of these makes as tooii Tires as he knows how, at the lowest Cost his Kx-iKM-ience, Eip-iipnieiitand Methods make possible. Yv'e believe that the average Tire Manufacturer is fai rin his treatment of Adjustments, and that few (iclilieratelv ihisrepresent their product, either ver bally or in Print. We lielieve that" no Tire Manufact urer can ufloril to make statements in print about his product, which state ments cannot be lxirne out bv the ;ier furmiinve of his Tires, in ttctuitl use. We bel ieve that the Tire has never been made which will not "Rim-Cut" if run "Hat" for any considerable dis tance, and that many makers, including ourselves, have uheaya produced Tires that would not oHtehcise "Riut-Cuf" Only 5 Plus for this Best Non-Skid Note following comparative prices. "A " B." "C" and "D" repreaent four Widely-Sold Non-Skid 1 ir.: Mdchj , OTHER MAKES Sua Si(.ir . Tr. "A" "R" I -C "D" 20x3 1$ 9.45 $10.55 $10.95 $16.35 $1810 30x3', 12.20 13.35 14.20 21.70 23 60 32x3'- 14.00 15.40 16 30 22.85 25 30 34x4 20.35 22.30 23.80 31.15 33.55 36x4 ? 28.70 32.15 33.60 41.85 4140 37x5 33S0 3980 41 80 4985 52 05 Made nuio.vi-the tamm reliable Con rruction. th ion dependadjle Service with out anytkuii whatever taken out of Quality, bo matter what reduction in Lut-Pric ara ever mad. Goodrich FAIR-LISTED TlRES YOUNG HACK TO GRAPPLE STATLER AT THE CRYSTAL Barnett Company Matches Young Samsons for Wrest ling Bout Thursday Night; Hack Has Good Rep Here, Young I'lnckensmith, whose match w ith Young O'Mannon recently went a long way inward restoring the wrest ling game to n high plane locally, has signed articles to meet Charles Stut ler, of Pit! -burgh, at the Crystal thea ter Thursday night. The Harnett company will singe the match. While O Hannon was an easy vic tim to Young Hack, the match lasted long enough to show the little F.ng llshman'B class as a grnppler. He has wonderful muscular development and has several times defeated catch-as-catch-can artists outweighing hlni from twenty-five to forty pounds, lie has speed, nkill, lightning speed and great strength. In his tussle with O'Hannon he lifted his heavier oppon ent and threw him bodily to the mat. Young I luck holds the professional amateur cliumploiiship of the world, in the Olympic games In London in BIOS, he took hoth the amateur bantam and featherweight champion ships. Statlcr Is a formidable opponent. He outw'eighs Hack, tipping the beam at 1 3 S while the Knglishman's weight Is 115 pounds. Statlcr also has won derful muscular development and ha a mat experience of nearly ten years. The fact that he grappled with Kempt, of Clifton, Ariz., at Lordsburg, N. M., for an hour and four minutes recently is proof of his skill. Statler's arm was injured and the bout ended. Statlcr Is known ns the "Hrnppling Demon." Both are training nt the Moose club, Statlcr In the morning und flack In the afternoon. Statlcr arrived here Friday. Stntler will give a free exhi bition of bag punching some time this week. IBs was a bag puncher on the vaudeville stage at one time. Simon Dcsehlcr will referee. College Baseball. Army 6; Catholic T'niverslly 1. Brown I'niversity 4; Chinese of Hawaii 0. Yale 10; I'niversity of Pennsylva nia 4. Harvard 3; Princeton 0. Southern Association. LitHo.Poek 3-3; Atlanta 6-2. Nashville 4-9; Birmingham 8-5. .Memphis (i; New Orleans 8. Chattanooga 12; .Mobile 5. Thrllliii- Polo til Philadelphia. Philadelphia, June 5. Thrilling polo was seen on the field of the Phil ' udelphia Country club today in the j second and third rounds for the Mor elton cup. In the first match the ! Philadelphia Country club team de- feated the Fifth Fnited Suites cavalry J by a score of 16'i to 12 . In tha I second match the Point Judith four defeated the Devon team,- X goals to 1. DRUMMER ALLEYS FOR EXERCISE Try Game of Ten Pin. SOI West Gold -versus- -Ingenious Claims We believe that many more Tires "lireak-ut-the-Ik-ad" thau Cut ut the. Rim. 0 0 WE believe thnt the Rub ber Riveting System of attaching the Tread to the Carcass (by means of a loosely woven fabric, which per mits the raw Rubber to percolate through its meshes and then Vul canize to Carcass and Tread) pre vents, to a large extent, Tread Separation. W'e have long wetl this in "Goodrich" Tires, as a common place part of our Precision policy, liut without laying any particular stress upon it. We believe that the "Double Cure" process, common with a great many Tire Manufacturer under different names, adds un necessary expense to Tire Cost, vhich expense the Methods of the Goodrich Factory eliminate through its l'rccision "Single Cure." We believe that the cutting out of needless expenses like this (which our Precision Methods save) constitutes one of the strongest reasons why the largest Rubber Factory in the World (Ours) produce the yrtatttt Mileage per Dollar of Cost in its Tires. And ' "The PROOF1 of the Tire is m the Mileage thereof." 0 0 E believe that the House which sticks to the 3Vj(fA in its Advertising, is reasonably sure to i tli-IS IU 11IC JT Kl ill III US ,Ttli'6' You have never vet found r 'anything in Goodrich Advertising which was not in the (7ooto it ad vertised, i ' Hence you maypin your faith j to the following statement: I Goodrich Safety - Trend Tires give, with most UNI- . l'ORMITY, the greatest MILK- , AGK, and Resilience, at the fair- , est Ciwf, r MILE, to Tire Users. Test them and see! f THE J5. F: GOODRICH CO. Akron, Oftio I