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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 13, 1915.
FOUR STRAFJGER HURLS SODA BOTTLE JIT !EI Unknown and Over-excited Fan Commits Act of Rowdy ism That Is Instantly Con demned by Crowd, Alliin.iioriiie nuil I'titH'iiix will f meet (inlny tor thf lust Knirii- of the print iTl. n I v nm (.'unio will lie .Ivk1, Mini It will I"' rtillefl nt S fi'i'lo k. Trckfil or Klehnny "III l"' In hv Manager lieeil, Mini ciilior Toner r-r Mull will take the mound f'ir l'limnlx. Thor nhniilil In- liln crowd fireaent, ii l'hini Inm leon e )tliiylnir excellent IihII Mild the men lift worn tin- two clulm In tin' lefufiir) miindliiK I" ewremely 4 I'llMW. The i-mvdvlmn of frcnzleil fun Who n far lorKul hlmnelf it to hurl II H) ImltlP lit MftilllKIT llonl' T of III'' Phoenix team, uililcil in th' eontlnneil rtiwilylmn of Hosier lilninrlf, jinti-r-tlity afternoon miirreil what ntherwine WH IhO IU'rttlfNt llllHI'llllll Ifl.tlie H'-fll Ht Hopewell field thin hpiihoii. wlili h wiih won by the pukon In h On ri'iHtni flnlKh liy P nonrr of II to 5, , Htrunitcly enough, the in linllie wim thrown frmn tin- KrunilHiiiiiln ilnci where rnu)(tinri;kit lo mil oifli nurlly foiftfiiilii-r. to tin- thm M. wmt thrown tin- other lump. in tho it ii nd lind lieoii rxrr InliiK thf-ir lunira lo the fnllont oiiiinlly In inn llrmnntlnn of Healer und In nun'' or lea Kood-nturil Jowhhin of oilier miiniir nf (he I'linonix loam. lm meillaleiy thi- temiier of t crowd Wan rliHiifc'ftl. mid tlw ronxtlMK n nil directed nl the mini who hud enin mltlod tho fir.t lift of riifflnnlv om-dn-'t cornier from n nn'i lulor l Hopewell field Mine thi" l!lo Crnmlo lien win opened. .It I1H inilnnnil)le to li'lll'll who Hie overexcited fun Unit threw the Imttle wim, He kept In hfi'liiHlnn ilnilnu thi rt'initlnili'r of the uftoi noon nnd Ml the KtoiiinlM before tin' Kunie n" our. About th- only thiiiK tti.it run Im mild In favor of him In l hut ho linn a good m m. for he njlnnoil llmicr, w ho over biu k nf third hnnc, hv only n few (nrhfii. . Hut let not nil llf t'ondiinimiion be vlnltcd on I hi" unknown nml unduly demount r.itlve fun. IIiiihikit I ! Hi f ycnlel'dny Knvo ithoiil an fine nil ex lilhltlon of tthnt k Inihrlmll phiyer nhoilhl not bo an Itinl e'o heen aeon by ny npnotnlnr prwiit, mid nfMT Wfin tin- r' t J' tt of H i lorfil of h.mi lull fuiiK nioif ! in I v t -li'il thttn by the iimmimT of hh I'lmnih Imin. Frnm the flint iliy of tin inonii.t hciIik, whi-n Iip hvi rmtnr' Hti'iliiiK M Mhovn ui-rriKM tho illiiiiiond Hint i-aiiMi'd tin- Intti-r In rtiii t'iiiionit' lly from the hiudi' mid to Ihnnli-n to icului from hli Job. i'li-Kti-r him In on Bobby Wallace v Big Leagues Hobby VallM.'e, fielder who him he conditional ri ledne tho M-ler, n ban led by tho St hi In- h!n un - . !.ouls Prowna. H'.r "'I""'""' uir end of twenty-one. 'i nr of brilliant ' MANAGERHESTER s : i . '.... : ' : . '. ' . ji s " i ' " ';"i: ' '";. :' ; :')' . .7. V t't' '' ' t '"n " '-;..'' '.' .... !" "' V f , ', .'. Z' ' : ';, ' , I : 1- . ' , ; ; A I . ' 'i ' ;'- ' W fif A iV i -: 1 ' i ' 1 ; tc I ( ' c . J V ; : . - , :-wv ,A ' j . - - ! v i, 1.- f ,!.' V . " ' 'i ? ; .:.('' ' I ; l- ' " ' ' 1 i j ir . In Inn! with Albiiiiifiiiic fnna Mui'h run lio fi'iKlvon a liiiufhiill davcr who foiifotn hliimoU In hl ''iil for bl l"iini. Iiut mi ono huS any ii" for n 'Mi.-iti who Know In oyorv tiling that ho I linn tho tia'-o of thr rowdy. Yt nl',r- lltHdr iim lii union from tho tniH- tho fii-.'t 1'iiH nn plti hod. Notli imf niittod hlio. Ilo kit kod on rlnr ! pliVH, bo khkirt "ii il, iv Jhiil woio not i Ioko, h t,I Ii,- i v, ii k ii K i-il v In n no l,i y had lii'i M linido, Hi- i-oiooi In havo a I'OiiKlitnUiiiial, limiowlim tfioio h that In- mn"t dtvf oH fHioii in at ivory tnnnicM whin tlnro mi o)iott unity for 'blm to nn ti bin motilh. aim lliu.-i incim ntit won- uU1- f I J 1 1 V flo'llioiil, ' rioinic Ktftliiw ban mIimhIv funo !ln lor i oif-'iilot-.i bio i-i iiKiiro, rid Ibori j l lio dlHlOMltlllll to wild lo lbt ul ' loadv hoav linnl' ii that l,i ban to boar; lull bo can not ohohiio hi-bnro of iho bhiintt lor what haiioti'd ytH- tt-rdny. It In iiIwmh In Iho i(ior of I Iho iiiiiiiiro to hlop llio Ili Htil oort of rodylMii by nipiilnn II In the Wild hiiiI linitliiiK iho ioi iioiriilor of It out of Iho roiindH. and 1 uttr would haw 1 mri iiKtlii'm-d biiii."olf Itmin it-i ly with I nil iiom of i b an niori if no h i I o Jot If d llontor In I lit- tirxt Inninn of ' ontorthiv ' kii nif, II Hhonld bo Klali d al this (mint that with tho oXi'i'i'l ion of Hi'Mor tho iin-mlit'iK of iho I'hornlY Imio huvr iiiatlt" n Kood lniiroMMon on looul f niif. Thoy dav tho uani" fur all 4hut Ik In It, Hinl aio rli an and Korjtlom.inly. i The lootorH have fltotl sum hot vot I h.-tl nholt at thorn. oKpoolallv at Mo- Aldlo, f ... n ii, N'htl and IoMkkIo, hut j without ocoition tln-y nv lakon It Kood-n it in i d Iv nnd havo iihown thotn jKolvot Kood follown nun iinod 1 n II jlilayoiH. II in only H ua 1 nut lli-Hlor that thoro in any roal i lti hi t n I i und tho Hoonoi' Ibnior K't" tho Men funny fixed In ii in mind Hint iho fniiH -onii! out lo noo a hiiHoliall uauio nnd not to fff tho Hurt of ruhlliltlimn that ho hun boon KlvltiK Iho biltir II will hi' for tho fiitnir of tho itiinit' In thin city. Tho .inio ilnolf v..i a pipiiln. ahoiindinn In niiiiy iaH, froi' hil tinif and I'xi'lliim noiiHiitlnnn. Mi Croaiy woikod for tho lnllorn and In nhilo of tho fifloon hitn that woio tiiado on him nnv hlithly rrodila- i bio pot fot maiiio, -:i--it In llio find,! not inuro than ono run wan w on d mi him In any ono Inuliii , and w linn Iho j !laiii"-r Hiuitul iiim U.ym ho wai im Pally nff"('llvc. f . , In, ill Ht.ilii 'l for 1 1n- ImliiH, and iit.iin ruff o.it'lv ptoniife of titrnlin'. , nut n no -till name, for It wan not until 1 llio fifth. hi-n'lall eraokod ono out to rntht field, that u olonn binuli' wan minlo by I In-ltitiirn. In tho elKlilh, howovor, tio WTiikoned, und MaimKi-r j l!fod nont l'lolirly In to i hook a lait- i time f illy w hi' Ii hailt' tair to piu tun j Muaon to tlip had. Tho I In hoy wan, thoro In Iho plnohon. anil an u r ' h 1 1 1 1 , tho litlio old hall Kaiti" in on tho 1 1,14 111 I Midi of llio nlandiiiK oolunin thin tiuuii- , imr. I 'I'ho liiikos nl art oil off with a rush In Iho fiim, wlion liiln by Murphy,' lliielinnn. Iloriiolt and Havin. lo-j kotlnr with ii miitiI'Ioo liy 1 1 umplirion and a ii oitnr by Jiowlimt, nottoil throe lutiN, They Hiotoil h.UiIii In tho me ond and Iho fourth. niiikiiiK llio oount t :, lo n, wlion iho fifth Inuine boan. ; In tln fifth hitn In MoAtilie nud i iitl and a puna In I Maputo ihokull tho hnen, uhoroiipoti l.ynn nmaokod I the ball to oolit, r for ii Iwii-Iiiiw drive 1 Hint liiouuhl In throe I'linx, In the iMi' hill Iho M"lo un tied V In n wl'li: oho down l.ynn walked. IoWlln din-; (fled, nml I, tilt and liowliun m otoil mi II.iH'm di'ho l.,i rb;ht 1'IMd. . , -i ; Thlliwn wore hl'KlnninU In' li'i'li ; iinilly win n In Hie olulttli. with two! down, Murphy ,n lit a nmnnhhiK Iwn-j hawKor In i lwhl and niiuoil a iiuunont ' later on II nhipht mV nlimlo. Kroni ' that lime It was all off, for Klehiirly ' wnn illKliitin up thi kind that tln;v Dropped From After 21 Years ' ciwio as a H li'aKiie star. Never a :ronu butt, r. Wallace earned Uiu sal aries and held popular favor because of hi ,ti;,r ,.l,,,,u tl.,1.1,., Waliuo has bf anie n American league umpire. Oler, New Track .Captain at r ir;- - U. ,! u2&iifcirni..'v V.-.T)a.'r. i J V I lS: ilidn't like and thole wore no more I lioeni.x 11 nn. liiM'nl Alt. K. II. nnlon. lib. Me Anile, nn, . . Null, of I icMiiKtlo, If. l.ynn, c. I mwlinu, .'1 1. llonler. III, Hall, if. .MrCli'iliy, Totaln .14 Ii 1.. 27 12 2, lliiiiueriiie All, It. II. I'll. A. K. Muiphy. of t 3 .1 4 1 0 Humphi'ton, .vt. ..4 0 4 8 .1 1 HiielMunn, rl' S I 2 2 0 0 n i t lot t. Hi r, 1 1 10 0 01 Kronen, 2b 4 0 1 1 1 I Havin, :ih 3 0 1 2 1 ! Cm nmn, If. 4 0 I 1 0 0! Ilnedi I, c. . . 8 1 2 4 I 0 j lrlOTT,' IV . ... 3 ' 0 0 0 ' 2 0 I 1'lohariy, p 1 0 0 0 1 0, 1 TotHin nr, 6 K. 27 12 oj Scorn by hocnix . . Inninun: . 000 . 310 4 30 -I'llSO 003 013 1110 020 PIU OU Albuiiuel'iine 122 llx 1 5 Suniniarv; Threc.hnno hit Huels- nuin. Two-bani hit- Murphy (2), lluelKiUHn, 11tt, lAnn, French. Snc rifn e hit I Inniphries stolen lianen Miiriihi IViiv'Ih Itnoili'l l.efl (t liiinon ' A liU(UeriUe 0; Phoenix 0. llou hlo plnyn Null In IioWlinn; Raedel to HumplirloH. First base on errors- Phoenix 2. liases on balls off (rlon 3; off MeCroarv Struck out Hy Irion 3; bv MeCreary 4; by Kleharl.v I Wild luti -h Mi-Crearv. lilt by j nltchor liy McOrcni'V (lluelnmiin t:'; hy Klehiirtv 1 AlcCronrv.) Illti I off Irion a In 7 1-3 lunifiKs. Time of 1 ! mini-- I r.o. rniplie - sterllnu. ; Tucson II; I I Paso H. I'M Pas", To., June 12. Tues'iin I outtdayod and outhll the Mackuien j thin afternoon, wtnnlim the serond 1 eatno nf iho si rios h' the score of II,' to X. ' , iSooio; It, II. K. ! Tues.'ii "el iniii..n 1 t; j ki Piimi :".'n ::iio tin s in 5. liatterii's; llnmtman and Callnn;' P. Aid ilynn and lili.t. Pacific Coast League. 1 ink Ian I Venico, 11 Portland. Shi I'ranrisro. l,os Aiuieles, 11. ' ; Salt Lake, 0, College Baseball. Harvard, Yale, 4; Pi ntib Ivania, 1'iiin'oton. 1. tillman & taylor taxi line has two New cars in game With two now oar .in overland I'll anil Saxon Ii the 'i'iliinaii Tay lor tnxf llnu is I'lToriii to patrons the very host iery service iiossitdo. And Iho hetuity of It in the moderate ehul-Kon 2.'i cents fur city calls, 12.00 an hour and special rnten to th mountains. You should worry bow the do it. Just lake advantage of I Una service. Phone 7s!j. Thin photouraph of Wonley Marlon Hpr wns madei nt the reront Intorrollopinlp moot on Franklin field, f hllndoiphiu. H m) nhown him enlablihhinir u. now lntereollo(riate record by cleiirlim: the bar at fi feot 4 'i Inehpn. Vale ban chonon the nprnt remarkable Juniper In the world uh her track athletic captain for 1916. Wcnley Marion i lor wan unanimously olectcd lo lead It next year in Its dual moot with Harvard and 1'iinceton and ut the In lereollcKlatp Kami. Oler, in 1915, him made the bent broad und the bent high JumpH resrimcred thin nprlriK. He wop the broad Jump at Iho Ynle-Harard dual meet with a leap of 23 feel 11 inches. So rival han Jumped within nix Inchon of thin mark during the year. At the recent Intercollegiate games at Philadelphia he es tahlirfhre a new mark in the running hinh jump by cleurinK the bar at 6 feel 4 Inchon. riDi iiiumiTnu fTMZ LHIIL IIHIVIILIUIV J K-l GETS TRIMMING pffl nmn viuiirc imiti ' mvu mmu iiiiiv Incidentally, CaldwoJI Makes Third Home Run in Fourth Trip to the Pan; Nationals Down White Sox, lay Monnina journal hpxciai. liakio wirii Now V'ork, June 12. New York hit Hamilton hurd today an Iouk us ho remained In the Kunie and defeated St. Lou in, l to 6, In the fourth Inning Caldwell hit a home run into Hie riht field ntand with two t'i minutes on the lianen. It rivo him n record of throe homo runs In four Union nl bat, nn he made home tiiiiH an a pinch hitter in the name played on 1 hiilsdny nnd Score; Kl. I.ollls .... 2H0 002 Now York . . . 310 :illl Krid.iy It. II. On 1 r, HI II llx9 12 (I Hatlorle.i? Hamilton, perymnn and Seyeroid: ('aid well nnd Kweelioy. Hnmmaty: Home rutin liiMino, Cald well, Iiouhle play PeekinpaiiKli, Hootie and 1'ipp. liases on errors St. t.oMin 1. I",- oij lnilln-i iff I'aldwnll 1: 'if HaJiltoiv 2; off Pci r) m ii 1. IlitK-ntf Haftillton 8 in 4 liinluu. off V"-rryniftil 8 In I: off AVeilmnn 3 In 'I. St rui k out Hy Caldwell 4; by Woilmun i'. l iiiiilron (."hill and Kv- II UN. I Wiislihiylidi 2; ( hleaiio 1. t W'tistiliiwton, June 12. UanhinKton n, bunched three hitn and a nacril'lce In 0lhe third tftHintf today and defeated a j Chicago, 2 In 1. IloehMna wan wild (1 1 und wan relieved in the llf Hi by Ayren, II who pltohed Inilllnntly nnd wan stip 1 ; ported HotiHationnlly. Catehea by n I Shanks nnd .Mueller prevented the viw- n'ltors from tylnif the ncore. n I Score; Tt. 1! R ChlcnKi 000 000 001 1 4 2 YVnshlnKtun . 002 000 OOx 2 7 1 llatterien: Henx nnd Kchulk; lioeh liiiK, Ayern und Henry. Summary; Three-bane hit Foltr- nicr. Hitn Off Hoehllnu 3 In 4 in nliiRn (none out in 5th); Ayres 1 in ft InnlnKS. Double, pluyn Foster, Mor- Ran und Oandil; Moeller nnd Gnndil linne on balls off llenz 1; off Hoeh- linjr 5; off Ayres 2. Struck out liy Ilene 8; by EoelilliiK 1; by Ayres 3. Cmplrcs Dineen and Nullln. llo.slon 5: Cleveland i. Ilonlon, June 12. The Ponton Americans won from Cleveland today, 5 'to 4. dress nnd Ooumbe, pitchers who fliiiired in an exchanire of pluyern Wlween HoHton and Cleveland, op posed their former teammates at the start, but each was relieved, tireprs, however, nhnwed much of his old lvnsiory of the ball. Score: II. H. E. Cleveland 200 200 000 4 7 2 ltoslon 201 1 10 00X 5 12 2 Itallerien: Counibe, 1 laKeman, Jones nnd O'Neill; CrcKtf, Mayn ami Cady, Thomas. SunuiKiry: Two-buse hit Warnlm fnmis. 'I'hree-linne hits (irnney, 'utner, KoiithWorth, lloblllzel. Hits oif Counilie l In 3 InninRi.; off Tones 1 in 3 innlufcn; off (Irons 4 in 4 Innlnijs; off Mavs S in f innings, llnnc on balls Off Coumbe 1; off Joui'n 1; off Mays 1; off Orens 3. Struck out Py Mays 4: hv (IreRX 3. I'mplren llildebrand and o'LoiiKhlin. Philadelphia 7; Petrol! . Philadelphia, June 12. lietroit , and Philadelphia HtruRRled for thir- loon inniiiHs today before the home I team won the uame, 7 to 6. The win nlns run was made on . A muff by , Crawford, Wyekolf's sinitle and Vltl'n ; fumble of Thompsuirs Rrounder. I Shaw key and Imbue, who started the I same, were both hit hard,, the former j holna taken nut of the same ufter two I InnliiRn and Dubue relieved durlni; 1 the lifih inninsr. Their piaeen were i taken by Wji koff and Steen, each of I w hom did excellent work. The run 'test was featured by Cehb's stealing ! of four bases, Craword's home run j.and the brilliant fieldinu of Mclnnis, I Malone, Parry, KavanaUKh and linsh. j Cobh was presented with a hunting ' Rim hv local admirers i Score; It. 11. V.. IPetrolt .. (122 020 000 000 0fi ! 2 ! Plilla. . ..000 240 (100 000 1 7 12 2 ' llatterien: Piibnc, Steen and Mr 1 Kee, stamme: Shawkey, WyekofT and ! Schanit. j Summary: Two-base hits Veach, jSirunk. Three-base hits Dubue, VYy- ckoff. Home run Crvwford. Poo i ble play McKee to Vitt. Pas.s on j bf,ll (iff Public 4: off Steen 2; off hfiwkev 2; oif Wvekoff j. . Hits Off Imbue f in 4 1-3 InnlnKs: off Sleen 4 in n 2-3 innings; off Shawkey 4 in J innings: off Wyckoff 5 in 11 innings. Struck out liy Public 1: by Steen 4; by Wyckoff 9. Umpires Connolly and Wullaoc't i Yale, Has Excellent Record (Copyrisht, J ill 0. Iff SENTIMENT. Jimmy tord, th irrll-knoirn lit Irrnleur nnd bon rivant, gititls u the lullouiiip ugt)fHtitm: Pcr Ocorp?.: I (imp the follow ing in one of our dally pnpert: RALPH UK PAI.MA'M KKM'IMKT That aettltnipitt In alroUK, rven aiminii hardeord autit race drlvern, nu alumn whra ltnlih lie Palnia arrolod liltlr l.iiula I onlnlnr, the 'lilvinukrr hoy. In their drraaiua roiim alter the hie rare nt I n dianaiiolln in the fiillonlna fnnh Iubi - rll, old boy, lit did It, and, allhnnah you are a little nhrimit, yon are nil rlht." 'I hone nh were trrrat knew fruin the eiiroiini on lie I'nlma'a fare that In the henrt of the a rent driver there wan a dee frrllua nf aiipret-latliin for the work of thr nirohaniclnn, nho mndr vlo tory In the MMI-nille etaaale voa- llnr, Vi'hi' not, vonlinura Jimmy; w'i.w nof piiblixh xonuthing like thisl Ji:M IMnT IX mvmi;bai.i,. Sntnke I'iniirann, thr ureal dt hnli artist, km hi aftrr the name In which hr Irt down the Flub tram without a lilt, to llunb Scliulti, bin onloheri "Well, nu poor ninip, ou'rr only a bum, but we vtou awway.n Thoar who ln-nrd the remark knew that the rat iiitrher ma ilrrply moved nnd that thr worda hr uttrrrd iipiT from lila Innermost heart. 7'Aei'e easy, James. For instance: SKTIMIC.T IV tiOI.I", That there la arntlnirnt even nniniiK hardened molf playrra waa rvldruved when (harlra (Chick) (inlmrt, J r., won thr hint round of the Coantopolltnn (iolf Champlon ahip. "luu crumb!" he auid to lua caddy, hittlna" Mm over the left rye vrlth a nianhlr (or maybe it vina n ntymirl. "I ma la apite of jtia." Ttaoae who heard the impact of the ninnhle (or maybe I naa a atymlrl knew that the rhamiilua apokr from bla heart. Or, perchatu e : SESTIMKVT IV IHIVIVt.. That thrre ia arntintrnt In thr bosluu. Kauie wan ahutm by Itat tiiiiK Mrlah after be had won a twenty-round drelalon over Ad, ArUon. Well, Old Mrout," he aald to kin manaarr after the fifth!, I wuu It anyhow, even thnua'b )n arr only a mutt." The arent liBhtrr would have epreard biinarlt further but for the fact that bla right hand haitl brra broken la thr alxth roun l. RKXTIMKM' IX MKJ,TI,EVfi. Vrank Cnuae, the famuua mat artist, drmonatrated laat ndaht that atntlnient atlll preralla In thr wreatllaa same. ' After vtlm nlKK frm l.wirie HjarheneoDab hr plj fully took a toe bold aa Ynanlf Kalla I'anha, hi nrectltna partnrri "Von lnafen job Inarh arntiher!" he aald, hnrnhlair Vua all'a rlKht lr. and men Ynnslf. dull aa hr l, rraliarat that the rhnmplnn apiikt from thr waf.atth ol bin heart. DRUMMER ALLEYS TOn KXERCISE fry Game of Tad Vina. tOi Wet GoM GEO.E.PHAIIU- tin Ohiowo Etuaiatr.) Hut why no on? Every man Hnowa Hint lher I ' aentlment In profes sional nptirt. One may find 'water !n the l)Rn of Sahara if one !(no- where to look for it. Koger Hrcnnahan cont!nu to dem onstrate lliai he la one of Imsehal! 3 Kreatent mrr.tenims. Wlirn the v.'iibn cronned Luke Mlilian to play vjrand liapidn HoKer was not anions thoaa present. Ilabe It 11 1 It atrlkra ua an an appro lirlatr nam lur a Ida Irnaur pltrher. expert to henr aomr day ihat Hutlllng th'Snat haa won the rroqurt rhamplonMhlp. BRITAIN IS AROUSED. Thru viai drop their Uvrmnn (eVo ftfi6 o Briuhton or thr Strohd, Hut thr Briton mrrclji rliu(:k1ftt for he i-nnnot utylfrstand. Ttu-y may sink the Quren .Kluahrth and drettdnuughtx bt the store, Hut the Briton merely smiles a urn He and tnores ei tarehni more,. But the Briton now will doff his conf and rise, in all its might And imite- the hated enemy in wild and hloody fittht. The Germanic troops hare betn clined to riilieule and moif, But England, is aroused to-day-Derby's been called off. the WE SMASH PRICKS nnd term, on dia monds. Stewart A Co., Stewart Dmldinj. Advertisement. Southern Association. Mobile, 3: Pirmineham, 4. New Orleans, 4; Atlanta, 2. Memphis, 10; Little Knek, 0. ChattanooKa, 4"; Nashville, lnninfes). 3 (12 CIiIciiko to Detlicnto SiMo(hvny, ChlcHKO, June 12. ChicaRO will dedicate Its, new motor speedway next Saturday with a race of 500 miles, in w hich some of the fastest " cars and most skillful drivers in the world are entered. Trial heats to be held Mon day, Tuesday and Wednesday of next week are expected to reduce the num ber of competitors to the limit if twenty-seven. "May Duffy's Do What It fimm 'fai I''1 . i 11 'IP1' "ildi:c(;i ,;i r;i 11 1 iii !: ' Miii f ' i.l '"if.'l : V ;,:lil'l. i ' Ii Hili,: i:;i:i;,i:'': ilia"1 V 1:7 MR. T. A. HALL, Si. a II 1 1 fi! S ntI; (li'l 'IL .n.l!!: . I IB1':':1 1 1 ' '!"- . . , , . if-tir 1 :i;;' ; a: : isn.'B 1 : "I'll ;i '''i, 1 1 Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is made to meet the demand for a high grade tonic stimulant, free from the iflj jtu-ious by-products contained in beverage whiskies, and suitable for the use the delicate, those who are not entirely well, and the aged who require a w Ptimulant to n aintain good health. It is truly a medicine for all man w, which makes the old feel young and keeps the young strong and vigoro You, too, can "Get Duffy's and Keep Well." Sold in SEALED BOTTLES ONLY. Beware of imitations. tat Duffy's rom your local druggist, groear tt tfaaltr If U 1 1 S1.00 par botll. II ho unnot supply you, writs us, wo win ion you wrro to got it The Duffy Malt Wbjsltey Co, PHS fl(3Mf FORCE CUBS OUT OF FIRST PLACE Another' See-saw Switch in Standing Results in Series Between League Leaders; Cardinals Beat Giants, l MonNina jouhnal mcciAL L(t0 ,MI ChlcnKo, June U'.-..-or the s,e(ln(1 time In the aeries, Philadelphia d ' poned ChlcnRO from the load In the race when they won the odd came In a one-sided batting bee and nhul m,t ,1... 1 1, t 1 . t ,la inr id n, v, rtuer ine visit ilM naa umen coiiuonanie lend the Kame resmven itseu Into fa me. pcnuue npraineu nia ankle anrt to retire. Score: Philadelphia Chicago . . .', liatteriea: Pierce, Zanel Erosnahan. Summary: Pancroft (2) 002 053 201 131'"' E," .000 OHO 000 0 4 Mayer and KlliifPr Stnndrldne, HuriiB and Two-base hitn a n lietker. Home rnn Pankert, Pecker. llouhlo play-. Finher to Zimmerman to Baler: Han. croft to Niehoff to I.uderun. UnWs on balln Off Pierce 3; off Miivor 2' off Standridue 1. Hits Off Pierre V n 4 Innings (none out In nfth): off ZabH 3 In 1 inninR; off Stnndridfe 7 4 InninKH. Ktruok out Hy Pierre J by Mayer 3: by Zabel 1, rmpires-l Klem and Kinslio. St. lyonls 8; New York 3, St. I.ouis, June 12. Mnklni; nine hits off Mnrqunrd nnd Kehnuer, St. Louis Retired elMht runn and defeated New York hero today, aeore K to 3, ln the fourth inning Hie loealn hit .i;,r. fiiard for a home run, a double and two slut-Ira, halln, netted Score: New York . , St. I.nuls . ,, llatterien: which, with a base on the locals Pve runs. H. H E. . .000 120 0003 7 1 . . .000 r.03 dux H 9 .1 Maniuard, Sehnuer. Stroud and Smith; Meadows and Kny der. ' Summary: Two-base hits Lolirt, Hyatt. Miller (2). Three-hase hit Jlerkle. Homo run Snyder. Double plays Mariiinrd to ftralnard to Merkle; Hetr.el to Miller to Hyatt. Pane on balls Off Mnrqunrd 3; 0ff Sehnuer 1: off Stroud I. Hits Off Mil ro, nurd 6 In 5 inniiiKs: off Sehnuer 3 In 2 inninus; off Stroud none in 1 Inninif. Struck out Py Maripinrd S: by Kehnuer 4; by Meadows 3. Pmiiirm ItlKler and Hurt. Cliicinnatl 8: Brooklyn I, Cincinnati, June 12. Hronklyni pitchers were easy today nnd Cincin nati had no trouble winninK, 8 to 1. On the other hand. I.Car had the Hrooklyn buttera nt his mercy, e. pt'clnlly with, men on bason. K illifer'n 1 . Kitting .and. fielding cnntrihuteil lainelv to Cincinnati n victoiv. Score: R. H. E. Hi'ooklvn ... ..OHO 001 0001 Cincinnati 211 021 Olx S 12 1 Hatteries: Cndore, Altehison nnd McCarty; Lear and Clarke, Summary: Two-base hit von Kol nit. Double plays HeTOig to Groh ! to Olson; Cutsliaw to Paubert tn O'Mnra to McCarty. Pases 011 hall j off Cadore I; nffAitchlson 2; off Lear ! 3. Hitn Off Cadore fi in 4 Innings; off Aitchison fi in 4 innings. .Struck nut Hy Cadore I; by Aitchison J. I'm pil es QuiRley and Kanon. Hoston 8: Pltlsbiiiiih 2. Pitt.sbureh, June 12. Huston wnn the last Kame of the series today from Pittsburffh, S to 2. The visitor" scored nil their runs in the seventh inning on einht hits and n hit bitt man, coupled with three errors. Hit Ran wan effective in all but the sixth inninK, when three singles and a talk Have the loeuls their runs. Score; U. H. E. Ponton 000 000 KOO S 10 2 Pittsbunrn 000 002 000 2 8 3 Hatteries: Pagan and Whaling: Ad ams, Cooper, McQuillan, Conzelman and Gibson. Summary: Two-base hit Adam!. Three-base hits Magee, Carey. Stol en base Mugee. Double pluya tier ber to Johnston: Oibson to Viux. First base on balls Off Adams 1. Hits Off Adams 8 ln 6 1-3 InnlnKs; off Cooper 2 In 2 2-3 Innings; off McQuillan none In ' I 1-3 Innings. Struck out By Itngart 2: by Adams 2; hy Mc Quillan 1; bv Conzelman 2. I'mpirea Byron and Cock ill. ADDITIONAL SPORT , on next page For Many Others, Has Done For Me" Because a healthy system will throw off germs through the various elim inating organs of the body, the waste-repairing and strength-producing properties of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey prove particularly valuable in the relief of throat and lung troubles, as this gentleman 10 clearly states : "I feel it a duty to tell everybody the good Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has done me. Four years ago 1 became very ill had suffered for years witn lung trouble; in fact have lost two sis ters, a nephew and niece with the sanie malady. The doctors told my family 1 could not possibly live the winter through, I read your advt. and re solved to try Duffy's, and it has cer tainly done wonders for me. 1 much better than I have been for years, and as I have taken no other medicine but yours, I feel all the credit is due to Duffy's. May Duffy's do for many others what it has done for me. -(Signed) T. A. Hall, 432 Locust bU Barberton, O. MtdNMlkooklotlrse. Rochester, N. Y.