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UNITED LEAD WORKS NINE TOPS TWILIGHT LEAGUE
Industrial League Second Round Schedule To Start Standing in Industrial League W. L. P.C. United Lead . 3 0 1.000 Atlantic T. C. 3 1 .750 New Jersey T. C.1 1 .500 P. A. Dry Dock . 1 2 .333 P. A. Hardware . 1 3 .333 Ben. Bakeilte . 0 3 .000 The United Lead Works baseball *team leads the Industrial twilight baseball league at this date, sched uled to be the close of the first round of games. Postponements, however, resulted in six of the games on the first round schedule not being play ed. and It is likely that these con tests will be played off at an early late. The postponed games follow: United Lead vs. Perth Amboy Hardware. United Lead vs. New Jersey Terra Cotta. Atlantic Terra Cotta vs. Dry Docks. Dry Docks vs. Bakeilte. , New Jersey Terra Cotta vs. Perth imboy Hardware. New Jersey Terra Cotta vs. Bake Jte. The Lead Works-New Jersey rerja Cotta game was scheduled to be played off last night, but rain prevented the contest. A regular game was scheduled between the Bakellte and Dry Dock teams for the Copper Works held, last night, rain preventing this game. Tonight weather conditions permitting, the Dry Dock and Atlantic Terra Cotta teams will engage in a game on the Copper Works Held. The schedule for the seeond round: June •—Lead Works vs. Dry Docks. June 7—©akelite vs. A. T. C. June S—P. A. Hardware vs. N. J. T. C. June 11—Lead Works vs. Bake llte. June 14.—Dry Docks vs. P. A. Hardware. June 15— A. T. C. vs. N. J. T. C. June 20—P. A. Hardware vs. Lead Works. June 21—Bakellte vs. N. J. T. C. June 22—Dry Docks vs. A. T. C. June 27—Dry Docks va N.J.T.C. June 21—Bakellte vs. P. A. Hard ware. 1 June 29—Lead Works vs. A. T. C. July 4—N. J. T. C. vs. Lead Works. July 5—A. T. C. vs P. A. Hard ware. July 6—Dry Docks vs. Bakellte. CLOVERS PLW PIONEER NINE Contest Slated for Lumber Field Grounds Saturday Afternoon The Clover baseball team and the Pioneer combination, two local dia mond outfits will cross bats on the Lumber Held diamond Sunday after noon. These two teams are out for county honors and there is a great deal of rivalry between the play ers on the tw combinations. Manager Stoltz and his forces scored a notable victory over the Crescent nine of Keasbey last Sun day, and this team expects to score another win at the expense of the Pioneer team this week. Oldenboom and Lovl will be in the points for the Clover team in this contest. The rest of the Clover lineup will be chosen from Pelle grini, Joe Zalari, Fimlani, Thullesen A. Lovl, John Zalari L. Rizzi and Panconl. Thorvle Olsen, the Pioneers pitching ace, will do the flinging for the Pioneer team, while Bonal aky will ”eceive him. The rest of the lineup will be the saute as was used in former con tests by Manager Thompson this season. The game is slated to start at 8:15 o'clock. I Fords Fire Team Wins The Fords Fire Company nine opened its season Sunday by scoring | a win over the Hopelawn Fire Com pany team 16-8. The previous Sun day the Fords fire team defeated the Fords F. C. 11-4. The Fords fire team issues a eliallenge to Perth Amboy fire or police teams. Wil liam itodner, Fords, N. J., is mana • r,r. - H. C. C. Juniors Win By a score of 16-6 the Hungarian Catholic Club Juniors defeated the Iliuc Star Juniors Sunday afternoon. This was the third victory of the season for the H. C. C. Junior nine, Woodbridge School Team Wins School No. 1 of Woodbridge scored a diamond victory over the Keasbey school team Saturday af ternoon by a score of 3-1. Bartish pitched for the winners and Toth for the losing team. Noted for I —Flight I —Durability I —Uniformity/ 1 ■ I Here We Carry An Assort ment in GOLF CLUBS AND OOLF •BALLS That Will Satisfy the Professional or Beginner 1. KRESSEN Headquarters for A. O. 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The Montanas have been success ful in games played to date this sea son and Schwarz has been doing most of the mound work. He is scheduled to work In Tottenville on Sunday afternoon. The remainder of the Mont&naa' lineup will be the same as represented Stapleton in the baseball championship series of last year. Aicer Jensen of this city will oc cupy the mound for the Aquehongas in this game. He has won and lost a game for Manager Charley Hil ker's team to date. The remainder of the Aquehonga lineup against the Montanas will be the same aa was used against the Bayonne and Speedway teams with the exception of a new first sacker. SPEEDWAY COMBINATION IS WITHOUT A BOOKING Due to a cancellation the Speed way baseball team of this city is without a game for Sunday after noon. Any strong senior team de siring a game for this date can com municate with Manager William Sheehan at 468 Amboy avenue. The Speedways lost two hard games oter the last week-end. one to the Woodbridge Knights of Co» umbue and the other to the Aque honga nine of Tottenville. It is probable that there will be a num ber of changes in the Speedway line up the next time this combination takes the field. _at_ CLUB STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. P.C. New York....26 18 .619 Pittsburgh ..24 IT .885 St. Louis ............ 24 20 .645 Brooklyn .. 23 2l .823 Cincinnati . 23 28 .889 Chicago .. 20 21 .888 Boston .• 15 28 .878 Philadelphia. 15 28 .286 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. P.C. New York. 26 17 .630 at. Louis... 26 18 .891 Washington .. 23 24 .889 Philadelphia ........ 19 20 .887 Cleveland.21 28 .887 Detroit . 20 28 .86a Chicago . 19 34 •♦4* Boston . II 24 .418 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. P.C. Baltimore . *0 14 .482 Rochester.JJ •£2J Toronto . 24 IS .S71 Buffalo . -2 21 #51 Reading. 22 2S .458 Jersey City .21 28 .467 Byracuse.II *• Newark . 1* *® -3®2 YESTERDAY'S results American Icspio New York 5. Boston 8. I Cleveland 6, Detroit 2. St. Louis 8. Chicago 2. / 8 *> lunlnefll Washington at Philadelphia (rain) National League Boaton 2. New York 0. St. Louia *. Pittsburgh 2. Cincinnati 6. Chicago 1. Philadelphia at Brooklyn (rain). International league Baltimore 1, Reading 5. Rochester », Syracuse *. Jersey City at Newark (rain). GAMES TODAY American League Boaton at New York. Washington at Philadelphia. Chicago at St. Louia National League New York at Boaton. Philadelphia at Brooklyn. St. Louis at Pittsburgh. Cincinnati at Chicago. Interna tfcmal League Newark at Jersey City. Reading at Baltimore. 1 Buffalo at Rochester. SOUTH HIT Maurer Team of This City is Beaten in a Hard Fought Game, 12-11 The Maurer A. A. baseball team lost a hard fought game to the P. R. R. Y. M. C. A. on the latter’s grounds Decoration Day by a score of 12-11. Dunton started oa the mound for the visitors, but his slants failed to baffle the Y. M. 0. A. stickers and he was relieved by Faltisco. Faltisco was relieved by Oldenboom In the eighth, and the Y. M. C. A. team was unable to do anything with his delivery. Lagoda led the home team at bat in this game with four safeties, while Zalari with two hits featured with the stick for the visitors. The wildness of Newmark materially aided the Maurer team in scoring a great many of their runs. This Sunday afternoon the Mau rer nine will travel to Linoleumvilie where they hop© to even matters with the National nine of that place. Oldenboom is scheduled to do the hurling for the visitors. The box score: Y. M. C. A. AB R H E Letts. 2b . 5 0 0 1 Thomas, lb . 5 2 1 0 Kane, ss .<..,. 5 2 2 1 Lagoda, c . 5 3 4 0 Monakcr, ef.. 4 1 1 0 Crowell, rf . 4 1 1 0 Hyson, If .....4 1 1 0 McGuire. 3b. 4 1 2 1 Newmark, p . 4 1 1 2 40 12 IS 5 Maurer AB R H E A. Dnmetsch, 3b. S 1 1 1 I'rbaoski, ss . 5 1 1 0 Smith, lb . 5 0 0 1 Zalari, if . 5 2 2 0 P. Dametsch, 3b . 2 2 1 1 Christensen, cf . 2 3 1 0 Oldenboom. rf & p.... 4 0 1 0 Larson, c . 4 0 0 1 Dunton, p .. 2 0 1 0 Faltisco, p . 2 2 0 0 Kurmer, rf. 0 0 0 0 36 11 8 4 The score by innings: Maurer_ 01011611 0—11 Y. M. C. A.. 0 2 0 3 3 2 2 0 X—12 The summary: Two base hits. L'rbanski. Zalari. Christensen, Dun ton, Kane and McGuire. Bases on balls, off Newmark, 9; Faltisco, 2. Btruck out, by Newmark. 6; Dun ton, 2; Faltisco, 1; Oldenboom, 2. dl.cMcHT Nine bArtulS TO STOP CHARLESTON The St. Emery A. C. baseball team will travel to Charleston. Sun day afternoon to cross bats with the representative team of that place. So far this year the Charleston nine has defeated everything in sight, but Manager Sellyei is confident his forces will break the winning streak of the island team. By the acquisition of ‘‘Archie’’ Gardella, the Saints have a reliable pitching staff in Mallett and Gar dens. The players and fans of the St. Emery team will leave at 1:30 o'clock by truck from the corner of East avenue and Washington street. The Charleston team will lineup In regular fashion for this game. HI6H TIDE TABLE A.M. P.M. June 2. 12:59 1:59 June 3. 2:08 3:10 June 4.3:25 4:18 June 5.. 4:39 5:20 June 6. 5:45 6:17 June 7. 6:44 7:10 June 8....,,..,.,. 7:38 8:01 June 9. 8:29 8:49 June 10. 9:17 9:24 June 11.10:05 10:18 June 12.10:51 11:00 June 13.11:38 11:43 June"l4.12:25 12:25 June 15.12:35 1:11 June 16. 1:07 2:00 June 17. 1:65 2:50 June 18. 2:47 3.41 June 19. 8:45 4:30 June 20....... 4:40 5:17 June 21. 5:33 6:02 June 22. 6:32 6:45 June 23. 7:18 7:25 June 24. 7:52 8:06 June- 25. 8:37 8:47 June 26. 9:22 9:81 June 27.■».10:08 10:16 June 28.10:57 11*05 June 29.11:49 ^1:57 June 30......12:25 12:46 Upland Over A. O. Norria of California elaarad tha bar at 11 faat I tnohea dad ww tha pot# vault avaat of tha tatar coiiaatata champtoMhtp at Harvard stadium. ' BRIEF BITS OF SPORTS IN ALL FIELDS l Judging from Bert Smithcre' rec ord. Mike Mazie la in for a mean tussle In the eight-round main event it the Centre A. C. show here next rhureday night. Bill Seiboth, of the Police Social Club baseball team, issues a chal lenge to any baseball team in this vicinity, from the Perth Amboys, down. There is considerable good track material in Amboy high school this season, but material for a good rep resentative baseball team, is fast fading away. The Hungarian Juniors baseball team copped two games over the week-end. defeating the Peerles* Juniors. 8-5. and the Blue Stars by a score of 16-7. At the beginning of next season. It is likely that a tournament may be formed to decide the city and county individual bowling cham pionship. Gus Pappas won the city Individual honors during the season which just closed. The Pershing Juniors defeated the Keystone Juniors. 10-7, on Sun day and lost to the Flyer Juniors, 8-6 on Decoration Day. Sunday afternoon the Montanas, of Stapleton, will oppose the Aquehonga nine of Tottenvilie on the latter's diamond. The represen tative team of this club tied with the Tottenvilie five for the basket ball championship of Staten Island last season. A card equally as good. If not bet ter than the last one. is what the Centre Athletic Club boasts of the program arranged for the Audi torium next Thursday night. ' Many fans anticipate a trouncing for the Perth Amboy Athletic Asso ciation nine at the hands of the Peekskill combination here, Sunday afternoon. The Woodbridge Field Club nine is without a game for Sunday after noon. and a game with a strong team having home grounds is de sired. Basketball and bowling in this vicinity should have their greatest season nest year, judging from plans [being discussed at the present time. The Rocky Midgets defeated the Landings on the Lumber held grounds, 19-17, on Tuesday after noon. Address challenges for the Rocky Midgets to 643 Elizabeth street. Frank Hannigan. who fights Gene Johnson here next Thursday night, has scored a great manv real suc cesses in the roped arena since the start of his fistic career. The Fords Pioneers would like to arrange games with heavy junior teams. Edward Brown, telephone 495-M, is manager of the team. Games with fast light senior teams are desired by the Wrood brldge Cardinals. Frank Gregus. P. O. Box 492, Woodbridge, or phone Wbodbridge 246-J, Is manage^. The Red Stars defeated the Clovers Midgets, 9-0, Sunday. Manager Johnson of the West Amboy Feds is without a game for Sunday afternoon. This team Is a light senior outfit. The Amboy Juniors defeated the Pacers, 7-4, in a recent game. Eddy Kennedy. 334 Rector street, is man ager of the Amboy Juniors. Games with midget or light Junior teams are desired by T. Pultorak. 653 Johnstone street, manager of the Star Juniors. A victory for the Amboys over the Peekskilla here on Sunday afternoon will result in the strong Recreations of Plainfield being booked for a game here at an early date. ingots pmr Game Slated for Raritan Cop* per Works Field Tomorrow » Afternoon Tomorrow afternoon Harry Apple gate’s Haritan Copper Works base ball team will engage with the Perth Amboy Dry Dock combination in a game on the Haritan Copper works field. This is the second game of the season for the Ingots, while the Dry Dock nine has engaged in a number of Industrial league contests. Heed will probaby do the twirling for the Copper Works combination, while Brownmiller, Crowell or Strat ton will be chosen for mound duty by Manager Wes Wilson of the Dry Docks. The Dry Docks team is in fourth place in the industrial league standing. Andy Kane of South Amboy, who formerly played with the Dry Dock team, has been signed to play with the Ingots, and he probably will be seen in action with the latter team in tomorrow's game. ACME NINE VS. CASEYS SUNDAY AFTERNOON “'Panny” Terio's Acme baseball team ia all set for its game Sunday afternoon with the Woodbridge Knights of Columbus aggregation on the latter's diamond. The Acmes defeated Metuchen last Tuesday morning by a one-sided score. Pete Hansen, basketball star, will occupy the mound for the Acmes on Sunday, and Bill Larsen, Hed Bank catcher, will do the receiv ing. “Waffles” Brownmiller will guard the initial sack, “Hank'' Thomas will plav second, and Wes Hansen is slated to play center. "Panny” will have four good bas ketball playfers on the field. Rlsley, another basketball player, will do the flinging for the Caeey nine and Pendar will receive him. The Acmes will be accompanied to Woodbridge by fans who will meet at Fanny's store at 1:10 o’clock. The trip will be made in automobiles. Will Pilot Affairs of Local Y. M. H. A. Nine in State League Louis Daltz, assistant manager o! the local Y. M. H. A. basketball champions, waa choaen aa manage: of the local association's baseball team at a recent meeting of the ath letic committee. Milton "Gold" Berl line will be the assistant of Manager Daltz. Perth Amboy is represented in the Central District Y. M. H. A. league, which is composed of Perth Am boy. New Brunswick, Plainfield and Somerville. The state is divided into three sections, Northern. Central and Southern. At the conclusion of the district schedules, the winners will play to decide the state cham pionship. This Sunday morning a practice game will be played at Wonderland Park, between the "Old Timers," under the leadership of "Doc” Slo bodan and the regular representa tive Y. M. H. A. team of today. The following trjen *re on the reg ular Y. M. H. A. roster: Jack New mark, Eugene Parker. Jack Lowen kopf. 8am "Kid” Bimstein, Irvin* i Levine, Harry "Speed" Levine, Isaac Livin, Irving Schwartzman, Ray mond Aneckitein, Sam Sladkus. Hy man Shumsky, "Gabby" Mandel, Monroe Karkus, Billy Wilentz and Leo “Sizz” Schwartz. Local association members are ex pected to take as great Interest in this baseball team as they did in the basketball undertaking. Several veterans of the diamond, Bimstein, Harry Levine. "Yak" Lowenkopf, Mandel. Wilentz and Schwartz, arc on the roster of Manager Daitz Pivot man. Lowenkopf will do the backstopping for the local team. I _ MHrose Fire Team to Play The Melrose Fire Company tear: will play the Sayreviile Are team n the first contest of a series of thret on Saturday afternoon. Mayor Ed ward E. Clark of Sayreviile will throw out the first ball. DeFort and Coddington will comprise the bat tery' for the Melrose team. Official Lion Hunter Jay Bruce ia the only official "State Lion Hunter" In America. Cali forniaappointed him..He hi^U .'em in a flivver^ Tfrlg ia on* of hie nmUatm''----»• - •-.—. ayn Many Prizes Awarded to Win ners--Supervsor J. W. McComas is Honored _ The five-man team bowling league I winners were presented with their I prize# last night at • banquet serv I ed in the Y. M. C. A. at 7 o'clock | by Mrs. Ivsr Parsen. About thirty of the bowlers who took part in the league were on hand to partake of the elaborate spread and see the various prizes awarded The sur prise of the night was the unexpect ed presentation by the bowlers to Supervisor J. W. McComas of a gold I eversharp pencil and a Urge supply of tobacco. Th# members of Capt. Frank Com ings' winning team were presented with silver medals, they being., be sides the captain. Hoffman. Xcbel. Tilp and Nielsen. For making high score, Hoffman was given another j silver medal, while four silver med als were given to the following: Gol den. Pemberton, Simonsen and W1 beralske for averaging high. Harry Raymond, the highest average man. was given a bowling ball. Members of Pemberton’s team consisting of himself, Lloyd Johnson. Smith. Lar sen and Giles, were given bronze medals for being second i The averages of the fccwlers in (in parenthesis) follow: Raymond (21) . 184.6 Golden (21) . 184.5 Pemberton (21).184.3 | Hoffman (21) . 183.3 Simonsen (18) . 1818 Wiberalske (18) . 179.2 I Ramsay (7) 176.9 Hope (21) . 172.5 Fullerton (21) .171.7 Tilp (21) . 171.6 Mallet_(21) .171.3 Ryan (21) . 167 5 Smith (21) . 166.6 : Art Bagger (21) . 165.1 Forman (12) . 164.8 Pappas (15) . 164 5 Payne (21) . 162.5 H. Jensen (20) . 162 4 I. arsen (21) . 162.3 Harding (21) . 162.0 Anderson (21) . 162.0 E. Nielsen (21). 159.4 ! Giles (18) . 159.3 Benish (21) . 159.0 A1 Bagger (6) .159.0 ( Parker (5) . 158.0 Katransky (18) . 156.6 Dunham (20) . 156.0 Johnson (20) . 154.7 Hart (21) . 154.1 Sampson (14) . 153.1 Olsen (14) .151.9 Comings (18) . 151.3 Carlbon (21) .151.2 Messinger (12) . 149.9 Nebel (21) . 14 8.1 Hoyer (19) . 147 6 Sneath (12) . 147.0 Bitting (15) . 135.7 Therkelsen (20) .. 108.4 Red Stars Score Victory The Red Star nine of this city de feated the Turner A. C. Tuesday af ternoon 19-6. The Red Stars used three pitchers, while the losing team used two moundsmen. Real Attractions To Be Booked For Local Field, Peekskills Here Sunday There is every indication that teams in the class of the Recrea tions of Plainfield. Meadowbrooks of Newark, Cuban Stars. Royal Colored Qiants and Pennsylvania Red Caps will follow the Peekskill nine on the schedule of the Perth Amboy Athletic Association nine. The Peekskills are scheduled to play the Amboys on the Raritan Copper works field. Sunday afternoon. Because of the fact that the Peeks kill outfit, one of a dozen combina tions which should have beaten the Recreations of Plainfield, has been scheduled to appear here. Messrs. Applegate and Poulsen have decided to add the Recreation nine to the local schedule. ’ The Recreations have won twelve out of thirteen games to date, vic tories over the Lincoln Giants, the Meadowbrooks. Royal Colored Giants included, and the Plainfield nine of New York is the only team which has been successful in downing the Recreations to date. The Peekskill outfit was leading the Recreations by a hig margin in a recent game at Plainfield, but the hard hitting Union county outfit staged a rally ; in its final session and won the game. | If the Amboys can beat the Peeks kill nine or even give the crack New York outfit a good game. there la no reason why they cannot do the same in the caas of the Plainfield aggregation. Meadowbrooks or team! of similar strength. That the Peekakills play consis tent ball can be judged from theii 3-1 victory over Portchester. N. Y. iaat Sunday afternoon. The lattei team ia one of the strongest semi pro nines in New York state at the present time, and the victory of the Peekskills was described as a sen sational one. Applegate will start against the P»ekskili combination according to present indications, and Sbafnacker will also be on band to start the game or be ready for relief duty. The Sayreville twirler has made quite a hi: with the fans of this sec tion as a result of his work on the mound. Sunday afternoon against the Stamford combination. Loc^l fans question the ability of the local batsmen lo hit against the pitchers of the Recreation. Meadow brook, Cuban Star. Royal Colored Giant and Penn Red Capp teams, inasmuch as the local stickers fell down before the slants of the Ridge wood hurler in a recent game here,? Stop the local batters and the Am boy team is beaten. that Is the safest way for a visiting team. BLUE AND GREYS WIN GAME FAOMMELROSE NINE In a game on the Lead Works grounds Tuesday afternoon the Blue ana Greys of this city defeated the Melrose nine of South Amboy by a score of 13-6. Sunday pitched for the home team, and Grabo was sta tioned behind the bat. DeFort and Coddlngton were in the points for the visitors. The Blue and Greys outhit their opponents ten to four. Tendler ts. Barrett PHILADELPHLV June I—Lew Tendler, of Philadelphia, who has been matched to meet Benny Leon ard. world's lightweight champion, in a twelve round bout at Jersey City, and Bobby Barrett, of Clifton Heights. Pa., will meet at the Na tional League Park tonight in an eight round bout. Tendler who has defeated many of the country's lead ing lightweights, is the favorite. Barrett has been fighting only about two years. Two Wins for White Eagles The White Eagle baseball team of Chrome journeyed to Elizabetli Tuesday morning and defeated the Bradford nine of that place by a score of 14-3. F. Makwinski pitch ed for the visitors, while Hildo wa> on the mound for the home team In the afternoon the White Eagl<-< defeated Menlo Park on the latter' field :4-S. A. Makwinski pitched this game. FORDS FIELD CLUB NINE WINS AT PLAINFIELD The Fords Field Club baeebsl. I team defeated the Hollywood nine, of i Plainfield on the atter’s Held, 12-4 | Sunday afternoon. Kaminsky pitch ed for the visitors and Meyers re ceived him. Sabo and Elko were the ■ batting stars for the victors. The score by innings: Fords. 44000004 0—12 I Hollywood... 00010000 J— 4 The summary—Home run, Elko. 'Three base hit. C. Winegar. Two base hit, Elko. Sabo. 2; F. Kamin sky and P Kaminsky. Struck out , by Kaminsky. 9: Cilloti. 4. The winning team out hit its op . position, sixteen to six in this con . test. j Four More in notary league Four more boys' baseball tsarat 3 have made application to be admit- ft ted into the Perth Amboy Rotary M | Club Baseball League which will be a started shortly. These latest entries 4 are the Lehigh Midgets. Landing J Midgets. Keystone Midgets and | Flyer Juniors. About twenty-live | teams desire to get into thj».cir- j cult. ““ Crescent* Want Lames The Keasbey Crescents are with out a gams for Sunday and Mana- ; srer O. Schuster is anxious to have i his team meet an\ light senior com- • bination. 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