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! JUD DALY IS TRADED j TO LOOKOUTS FOR | STARR AND CASH SUM ... Mobile Gulls Defeat Barons —•———g ALABAMA SWAMPS j SOUTHERN COLLEGE. ! OTHER SPORTS} MOBILE DEFEATS Cark, Sloan and Magee Bat Hard—Miller’s One Hand ed Catch Robs Barons of Game 80UTHERN LEAGUE STANDING ' Flayed. Won. Lost. Pet. Nashville . .!. IS 15 3 .833 I New Orleans . 17 12 5 .708 PirmlnRhnm . 17 9 8 .529 Chattanooera . 1 7 8 9 .47: Memphis . 18 8 10 .444 Atlanta . 17 7 10 .412 Mobile . 17 8 11 Little Roek . 1 7 4 13 .235 Results Yesterday Mobile 4. Pirmlnahatn 3. Nashville 8. Memphis 1. New Orleans 8. Atlanta 5. ChRttannnjra 8. Little Roek 1. (tamos loriay Birmingham at Mobile. Atlanta at New Orleans. * Utile Rock at Chattanooga. Nashville at Memphis. Mobile, \prll 30.— (Special.)— Mobile Outplayed and mil hit Itlrniing ham to day and twin the aeeontl game of tlie aeries from the IlnronN, breaking their losing streak of eight games. Tbe •core was 4 to 3. 4 The Gulls got the breaks In the eighth mid ninth innings, and aided by some fast base running and Intlotd lilts, wop out when the seore trns 3 to 1 against them. Miller, the renter fielder of the Mobile team, again fea tured nt the lint, and snved his team from defeat In the fifth, when he mnde O running backward one-hand catch of n hall off Clark’s hat that was la beled for n triple. Hemingway featured the gome with a great stop ancj throw in the sixth inning, getting the ball way behind the bag and ♦risking a perfect peg to fir*t. Three hits and a sacrifice gave the Gulls one run in the first inning. Birmingham came back in the third and tkd the count and "went two to the good v4n an infield out. A double hy Mage- . a single by Clark and a wild throw t.i center by Schmidt that went through Miller’s legs. yAfter this Inning Townsend kept hip ' hits well scattered and the Barons were unable to score any further, although they had men on second and third, the needed hit not coming through. Hits by Matley and Townley in suc cession, some fast base running by the former, and sacrifice fly gave the Gulls their second run in the sixth. In the eighth a single by Miller, Pobard’s sacrifice and Motley's base hit to right gave tWem the t. -jpg run. ■—• MobHeirwmi Se game in MitTnf.uh witen i Powell Jplt to Ellam at deep short and brat^J^^ut for a lilt, the throw being"dc Sohmidt hit a leg-breaker to John son, the runner being safe when the ball bounded toward third. Calhoun then singled to short left and while Ellam juggled the ball Powell scored all the way from second base with one down, Perry having fouled out. Grimes and Wallace will be the battery tomorrow for Birmingham, while Hogg and Schmidt will work for Mobile. The Official Score Mobile— AB. R. H. O. A. E. Northern rf. 3 0 2 0 0 u Powell. If. 3 1 1 3 0 <» Perry, 2b. 5 l o o l o Schmidt, c. 5 0 2 5 1 1 Calhoun, lb. 3 0 1 13 0 0 Miller, cf. 4 1 2 *2 0 1 Do bard, ss. .. 3 0 l 2 3 o Matley, 3b. 4 1 2 2 3 1 Townsend, p. 4 0 1 0 5 n j Totals . 34 4 12 27 13 31 Birmingham— AB. R. H. O. A. E. ij Carroll, lb. 5 1 0 9 0 o' P Magee, cf. 4 12 1 0 oi Clark, 2b. 4 1 2 4 3 o Sloan, rf. 4 0 2 1 0 n McBride, If. 4 0 0 4 » »> Hemingway, 3b. .. 4 0 l 0 2 o Ellam. ss.. 3 0 i 3 2 1 , Wallace, c. 2 0 0 3 1 1 Johnson, p. .. 4 0 1 0 7 0 Totals . 34 3 9 15 3 •One out when winning run scored. Score by innings: Mobile . 100 001 011—4 Birmingham .ona ohO ooo- j SIMMARY. Two-base . Ills—Johnson, Magee. Sacrifice Hits—Powell. Dohard, Ellam, Wallace. Sacrifice Fly—Northern Stolen Bases- Xorthen. Powell. Magee. j Sloan 2. Struck Out—By Townsend 4. Johnson 2. Bases on Balls-off Johnson 4. Hit by Pitcher—By Townsend (Wal- j %4ace). ssjfsS.Eeft on Bases—Mobile 11. Birmingham 7. I Time-1:50. Umpires—Williams and Cheanutt. i After a few days off we return to the grind. * * * Mobile developed a knock-out punch in tlie ninth yesterday afternoon and won. The Schmidtmen have shown ability this season to stage unexpected rallies. This is a characteristic of all fighting teams. * * * Bernie Boland, who starred with Nashville last season, is going like a house afire In the American league this spring. Bernie has so far hurled in three games and won every start. * * * » After Boland had whitewashed the White Sox and held them to three measly bingles. H. 1>. Johnson, a Chi cago scribe, wrote that the former Vol had only a wide curve and that American league wallopers would soon bat him off the mound. Bernie since that time has pitched two other very creditable games and seems to be as elusive ns ever to the hitlers. And to the unprofessional eye Bernie ap pears to have made good. * * * Benn> Kauff. who jumped to the Giants on Thursday from the Federals, wi'i he reinstated. All star ball play ers are reinstated. * ♦ * Organized baseball has no use for a player such as Kauff. hut will accept him in its ranks because il will injure the Federals. The outlaw organization is obnoxious to the public and to the baseball powers, and anything that will shorten its existence is welcomed. * * * Jim Thorpe, the great Indian athlete, passes to the minors. A few lines an nounced the transfer- -a few years ago and columns were printed of the race between McGraw and other managers to sign up the wonderful Olympian NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING Played. Won. Lost. Pot. Philadelphia . 14 11 3 .780 Cincinnati . 15 9 6 .6oq Chicago . 14 x o .571 Boston . 13 7 0 .538 St. Louis . 17 X 9 .471 Brooklyn . 15 0 9 .40b Pittsburg . 14 5 9 .357 New York . 12 3 9 .250 I’irales Are Walloped Pittsburg. April 30.—Chicago defeated Pittsburg I to 1 today through Zabel's excellent pitching. The locals made only one hit until the ninth inning, when a triple and a single gave them their only run. Cooper was hit hard in the fourth and eighth, three hits and two runs be ing made in each inning. Score: R. H. L. Chicago . .000 200 020—4 9 0 Pittsburg . . .000 000 001 I 3 0 Batteries: Zabel and Bresnahan; Coop et\ Maniaux and Gibson, S» hang. Jack Coombs Comes Back Philadelphia, April 30. -Jack Coombs former start twirlcr of the Philadelphia Americans, pitched his first full game as a National leaguer for Brooklyn to da> and Philadelphia was defeated 2 to 1 .. JJiUUnJiM -HH » *W'l !'«.# hpvUi«4ai -f\* fl ing by Schultz saved him from being scored on in two innings. In the ninth, with two men out and runners on sec ond and first Coombs ended the game by catching Weiser off second. Rlxey kept his opponents’ hits scattered, on*' of the visitors’ runs being due to a muff by Becker. Score: R. If. 13. Brooklyn ./.000 011 000—2 11 0 Philadelphia .000 000 001—1 X 2 Batteries: Coombs and McCarty; Rixey and Killifer. Huggins Hits a Homer St. Louis, April 30.—Huggins mflBe a home run in the fourth inning of to day’s game with Cincinnati, bringing the s< ore for St. Louis to five. Dolan made the final tally in the sixth and St. Louis won 6 to 2. In tlie first inning Huggins made a three-base hit, then scored on a single by Dolan. Score: R. IT. 13. Cincinnati .000 011 000—2 10 1 St. Louis .202 101 00*—6 12 1 Batteries: Benton, Brown and Wingo; Perdue and Snyder. New York-Boston game postponed: wet grounds. TEXAS LEAGUE At Waco: Waco 5. San Antonio 3. At Dallas: Dallas 2, Galveston 0. At Fort Worth: Fort Worth 3, Beau mont 0. At Shreveport: Shreveport 6, Hous ton 7. American Association At St. Paul: St. Paul 0, Kansas City 2. At Columbus: Columbus 4. Cleveland At Minneapolis: Minneapolis 6, Milwau kee 5. At Louisville: Louisville 4, Indianapo lis 7. Little Rock Gets Howard Baker Chicago, April 30.—The Chicago Americans cut their roster down to the legal limit tonight by releasing How ard Baker, utility infielder, to Little Rock of the Southern association, and one other player. Here’s the Place to Eat Lunch— t Good, Old Fashioned Barbecue \ Young pig, lamb and beef, with baked beans, field peas and ^potato salad and corn bread made with water ground meal; only. "ivv DAISY BARBECUE Managed by JACK F1TZ 1719 Third Avenue Phone 56751 ^ la Orderlm Good* Plenne Mention THE AGE-HERALD DIAMOND SPARKS 1 ___ _9 STARRING WITH DETROIT I athlete. McGraw won the prize—and relinquished it a few days ago. • • • • Rube Marquard pitched a no-hit game on his first appearance on the mound this season. Since then even the official statistician has lost track of the number of wallops Reuben has been belted for. The "Rube" may come back—and so might .Jim Jeffries. *' * * Little Rock secured the veteran Charley Starr from Chattanooga yes terday in a trade for Jud Daley. Starr will play the keystone sack for Lit tle Rock and also m.anuge the team. The trade will help both club's. m . ■ m Edson Hemingway was again the shining light in the game yesterday. Hemingway will soon attract the fa vorable attention of the big league scouts. * • ♦ The flaring base running of Out fielder Powell <«• the Hull' spelled the defeat of the Barons yesterday. Pow ell scored Hie winning run in the ninth on an infleld hit front second base. * * * The Barons kept up their heavy wal loping yesterday '■ garnering nine luscious raps. Dannie Clark. Ed son Hemingwa.s and Jimmie Magee were the swatters in chief. * * * Arthur Johnson was lammed for 12 bingles but managed to keep the Gulls from the plate until the eighth in ning. The elongated Swede is find ing trouble this season regaining his old effectiveness. • * * The Barons have two more games in Mobile and should win them with out trouble. Rotli will pitch today and Burleigh Grimes will work to morrow afternoon. * * * The defeat yesterday still leaves the Barons above the .500 mark. And that is where they want to stay. R. F. L. BERNIE BOLAND Youngster has pitched three successive victories for the Tigers and is regarded as a genuine find. His work with Nashville last season stamped him as a coming star. -1 I I 1 Hamilton Gets Two Homers. Cargile and Boman Get One Each ;—. II.v JESSE JOHNSTON I'niversity, April 30.—(Special.)—A slaughter took the place of the expected pitchers’ battle between Bonn an of Ala bama and Locke, the highly touted South ern university star. Alabama piled up 231 runs in five innings and the game was called after the first-half of the sixth, with the score 23 to 3. The slugging by the Alabama boys was the most terrific ever seen hen*. Hamilton made two home-runs, w’hile Cargile f\xM Boman each contributed another 7 One three bagger and five do ;bies complete the list of extra bar swatting. Hamilton, with two home’s and a dopble led in the bitting. Orgile* with a four-base clout. :i .-tagger and n double, followed closely. “Turkey" Roman’s long one was a distinct feature. McCann led in run getting. crossing the pan five times. The box score: Southern Uni— A R. R. H. O. A. E. Kersh, rf. 3 2 1 1 ft ft McGhee. 1b. 3 1 1 4 ft ft] Sharpe, c. 3 ft 2 ft 0 ft Lock, p.-ef. . 3 ft 1 2 10 Turnips^fed. ^p.-ss.. 3 0 ft ft ft i Sledge. 2b. 3 0 ft ft 1 1 Chapman. If. 2 0 0 1 ft ft Tumipseed. p.-lf.3b 2 ft ft 1 Oft Little. 3b.-ss. 1 ft ft ft ft ft Terry, p. 1 ft ft ft ft o Totals . 24 3 5 15 2 2 Alabama— AR. R. H. O. A. E. McCann. 2b. 3 5 2 ft 2 ft Ladd, ss. 3 2 1 2 0 1 Cargile. cf.-3b. 4 4 4 1 0 ft Crawford. If. 3 1 1 1 0 ft Rainer, rf. 3 1 1 ft ft ft Hamilton, lb. 4 3 3 5 ft 1 Robbins, 3b. 4 ft ft 0 3 ft Wells, c. 4 2 2 7 0 1 Roman, p. 3 3 3 0 1 ft Smith, p. 1 1 1 ft ft 0 Hatchett, rf. 1 1 1 0 0 0 Brannon, If. 1 ft ft 1 ft ft YandeGraaff, cf— ft ft 0 ft 0 (i Roman, lb. 0 ft 0 1 0 0 Totals . 34 23 19 18 8 3 Score by innings: Southern University .102 000— 3 Alabama.184 84*—231 Summary: Home runs. Roman. Hamil ton 2, Cargile. Three-base hits. Cargile j Two-base hits. Hamilton, Locke, Cargile. (Tawford, Smith. Hatchett. Sacrifice hit, Cargile. Stolen bases. Roman, Cargile, Rainer 2. Kersh. Crawrford. Struck out, Roman 7, Smith 2, Locke 2, Terry 3. Rases on balls. Locke 3. Terry 4. Wild pitch. Boman 2, Terry 2. Umpire, Joplin. AMATEUR LEAGUES WILL OPEN TODAY Big Parade This Afternoon to Feature Opening—1000 Athletes Will March Amateur baseball in Birmingham break.-? loose this afternoon with eclat. This afternoon at ] :30 o'clock all ihe amateur athletes of the city will parade in full uniform behind two brass band® and a £eW automobiles containing the city dignitaries and baseball officials. Fol lowing the parade games will be played on the various playgrounds of the city and amateur baseball under the auspices ol the municipal government will be in full swing. The Birmingham amateur baseball com mission, headed by Z. Nespor, gave out the following order of the parade last night: Recreation band: two city autos, with President Baugh of .the Southern leagde, Mr. Smith of the Birmingham baseball club, George B. Ward, honorary president of the Birmingham amateur baseball com mission: .James Weatherly, honorary pres ident of the Greater Birmingham Play ground association. Following the high moguls will be the Birmingham amateur baseball commis sion wearing baseball caps. The City league will follow with the following list of teams wearing full base ball attire in the following order: South ern Bell, West Woodlawn, Progressive Farmer, Avondale, Woodlawn, East Lake, Rasco Jewelry company, Wauhouma Drug company. Central league: Pep-To-Lac, Inglenook, Thomas, Nifty-Cola, Irondale, Roberts Ak Hon, Illinois Central and First National Bank, Greater Birmingham, American Steel and Wire company, Glee-Cola, Avondale .Mills, Postoffice, Green Springs, North Birmingham, Pratt City and Pow derly. Recreation league: Fairmont, Fast Bir mingham, Fast Lake, Powderly. Lake view, Ensley Park, Jefferson Club and Ensley Wesley House. Birmingham Railway, Light and Power company. Boy Scouts’ league, with 12 teams. Boys’ Club league, with 10 teams. Below is given the scredules of all the leagues that will swing into the lime light Saturday with the opening of the season of the national pastime in Bir mingham: Central League Roberts & Son at Illinois Central; Thoma»s at Inglenook; Nifty-Cola at First National bank. Irondale at Pep-To-Lac. Recreation League Fairmont at East Birmingham; Fast I/ake at West park; Lakeview at Ens ley; Jefferson club at Ensley. Creator Birmingham Postoffice at North Birmingham; Pratt City at American Steel and Wire; Green Springs at Glee-Cola; Powderly at Avon dale. Shelby County Calefa at May line; Deer Hurst at Sag inaw; Saluria at Pelham. Miners* League The Miners' league this year promises tobe as fust as Class D hall, which is putting it fast, but the managers of the various teams In ihe outlaw league have said their say which is equivalent to the above remark. , Tlie following schedule is announced for Saturday, which is also the beginning of the fireworks in the Miners’ league: Southern Division Brook wood at Johns: Virginia Mines at Oak Grow Mud (’reek at North Johns Western Division—Brookside ut Republic; Mineral Spring at Mid Town; Cliff at New c’astle. City League Southern Bell at Progressive Farmer: Rasco Jewelry Company. Wauhouma, at East Lake; Woodlawn at West Wood lawn There will also be games in the Tennes se? Coal, Iron and Railroad company league and Birmingham Railway, Light and Power company league. MARION GOES WILD Marion, Aprl! 9).—(Special.)—Another baseball victory Is being celebrated by the students of Marlon Institute tonight following the telegram from New Or leans announcing that Marlon has again defeated Tulane university by the score of 13 to 10, thus making two straight vic tories for the institute nine over Tulane. Tite features of the game were the two home runs of Frierson of Andalusia. Ihe It..me run of Klllott of Talladega and the heavy hitting of the Marion players, who piled up H hits ofr the Tulane twirier against eight hits for the university hat ters. The third gHtne of the Tulane series will be played tomorrow in New Orleans, and then the team plays the strong nine of Jefferson college, Louisiana. ' V JUD DALY TRADED Chattanooga, April 30.—(Special.)—The biggest deal of the Southern league sea son to date was consummated here this afternoon when the Chattanooga club exchanged Second Baseman and Field Captain Charley Starr to Little Rock for Left Fielder Judd Daley and a cash con sideration. Starr and Daley will face their former team mates tomorrow aft ernoon In the final game of the Little Rock-Chattanooga series. FEDERAL LEAGUE Kan feds Win Baltimore. April 30.—Masterly pitch ing by Gene Packard resulted in defeat for Baltimore, 2 to 0, in the first game of the season against Kansas City. Suggs twirled well up to the eighth Doolan and Perring featured in the held in g. Score: R. H. F.. Kansas City ...000 000 020—2 10 1 Baltimore .000 000 000—0 7 2. Batteries: Packard and Brown; Suggs, Smith and Owens. South Atlantic League At Jacksonville: Jacksonville 4. Al bany 10. At Charleston: Charleston 0, Savan j nah 2. At Columbus: Columbus 1. Macon 11. AJ Augusta: Augusta 5, Columbia 5 (11 innings, darkness). COLLEGE BASEBALL Providence, R\ I., April 30.—Playing in drizzling rain, the University of Virginia defeated Brown today, 5 to 4. Errors were responsible for most of the runs. Score: Virginia . 102 200 000-6 6 5 Brown . 000 001 300-4 n 5 Batteries: Galloway and Frey; Cram and Feinberg. At Clemson College, S. C.: Georgia 6, Clemson 4. * - At Providence: University of Virginia 5, Brown 4. At Hanover: Cornell 4. Dartmouth 2. At Atlanta: Mercer 3, Georgia Tech 1. At Chapel Hill, X. C.: North Carolina 7. Guilford 2. GOLF Atlantic City, April 30.—Max R. Mar ston BaltUsrol; J. C. Parrish, Jr., of the National links: Maurice Risley, Atlantic City, and Herbert B. Newton, Frankford, will compete tomorrow' In the seml-tinals of the spring golf tournament at the At lantic City Country club. Marston today defeated H. W. Wood, old York road; Parrish won from T. B. Wcotton and Newton eliminated J. H. Clapp, Chevy Chase. BASEBALL MATINEE ( TODAY’ AT DUS BIRMINGHAM MOBILE Greenwood’s Cave Konrtli Avi*. ami I’nralDIk Street ADMISSION 15c 7 BERGER’S PITCHING g BAFFLES MEMPHIS 1 Little Rock is Humbled by Chattanooga—Atlanta is Downed by New Orleans—Trades Are Announced Through Heinie Berger's excellent pitch ing. Nashville was able to maintain its headlong dash in the van of the other Southern league teams. Atlanta, Birming ham and Little Rock with the victim of the Vols were the losing contestants yes terday. The results follow: THOMPSON IS BATTED HARD BY NEW ORLEANS New Orleans. April 30. —By bunching hits in the first and seventh Innings today. New Orleans defeated Atlanta 6 to 5. Thompson was taken out In the eighth to allow a pinch hitter to bat. Score; Atlanta— AB. R. H. O. A. E. Lee. If. 3 0 0 3 0 0 Williams, 2h. 4 0 0 3 5 <1 Smith, c. . 5 1 3 3 3 0 Rumler, rf. 4 1 3 0 0 0 Moran, cf. 4 110 0 0 Bisland, ss. 5 0 8 1 2 0 Eibel, lb. 4 0vfl 12 1 0 Potts, 3b. 3 0 0 2 2 0 Thompson, p.„ 3 110 2 0 Tliett. p. 0 0 0 0 0 0 •Bowden . 0 1 0 0 0 0 •.Jenkins . 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals . 36 5 11 24. 15 0 New Orleans— AB. R. H. O. A. E. Hendryx. cf. 3 2 2 2 0 0 Rilly, ss. 3 1 0 2 0 0 Sylvester, If. 4 0 2 1 0 0 Thomas. Sb.'...4 1 1 1 2 0 Coyle, rf. 4 0 1 0 0 0 Flick, 2b. 4 0 0 1 3 0 Bluhm. lb. 3 1 2 15 1 1 Higgins, c. 2 10 4 10 C. Smth. p. 0 0 0 1 1 0 Totals . 29 6 8 27 16 1 •Ran for Smth in ninth. ••Hit for Thomason in eighth. Score by innings: Atlanta . 000 200 111—5 New ( rleans . 300 000 30*-f> Sfum nary: Hits apportioned. 7 hits 6 runs off Thompson in 7 innings; 1 lilt no runs off Hiett in 1 inning: S hits 4 runs off Morgan in 7 innings; 3 hits 1 rug off Smith in 2 innings. Two-base hits. Moran, Thompson. Three-base hits, S. Smith, | Thomas. Sacrifice hits, Williams, Reilly, ! Morgan. Stolen bases. Sylvester, Coyle. ] Struck out. by Thompson 2, Hiett 2. Smith 3. Rases on balls, off Thompson 3. Moran 4. Smith 1. Hit by pitched ball, by Mor gan (Potts). Wild pitch, Thompson -. Morgan 1. Left on base. Atlanta 11, New Orleans 4. Time. 1:45. empires, Rudder ham and Kerin. ^ CHATTANOOGA WINS FROM LITTLE ROCK Chattanooga, April 30.—Chattanooga drove East from* the box in the second inning today and easily defeated Little Rock 6 to 1. Marshall had the visitors shut out up to the ninth, when, with two out. an error lead to a run. Score: Little Rock- AB. Ft. H. O. A. E. Daley. If. 2 0 0 l 0 0 Downey, 2 b. 4 0 0 1 5 ') Jantzen. cf. 2 0 0 2 0 0 Covington, lb. ... 4 1 0 12 0 0 Merritt, 3b. 3 0 1 0 2 0 Farrell, rf. 4 0 1 2 1 0 Gribbens, c. ,. ... 4 (* 1 6 0 0 Teech, ss. 3 0 1 0 1 2 East, p. 0 0 0 0 2 0 Moran, p. 3 0 0 0 3 0 Totals .29 1 1 21 14 2 Chattanooga— AB. R. H. O. A. E. Roberts, cf. 3 1 2 2 0 0 Starr. 2b. 4 0 1 3 5 0 Johnston, If. ... 3 0 0 4 0 0 Harris, lb. 2 0 1 5 l 0 McCormick, rf. . . 3 0 0 1 ft 1 Graff. 3b.#. 4 1 l l ft t Caveny, ss.4 1 1 7 2 1 Kitchens, c.3 2 2 1 2 0 Marshall, p.3 1 0 ft o ft Totals .29 6 8 27 1ft 3 Score by innings: Little Rock .ftftft ftOft ftoi—i Chattanooga .140 10ft 00*—ft Summary: Sacrifice hits, Roberts. Johnston, Harris, McCormick. Double plays. Harris to Caveny; Caveny to Starr to Harris; Caveny to Starr. Two base hits. Starr, Caveny. Three-base hit. Roberts. Home runs, Oraff, Kitch ens. Hits, off East 4 in 1 -3 innings, with 5 runs. Rases on halls, off East 1. Mar shall 5. Struck out, by Moran 3. Mar shall 3. Time, 1:37. Umpires, O'Toole and Pfenninger. VETERAN BERGER DEFEATS MEMPHIS Memphis. April 30. -Berger he'd Mem phis to four scattered hits today while his team-mates pounded Robertson hard, and Nashville won. 6 to 1. Score: Nashville— AR. R. H. O. A. E. King, cf. 6 0 3 5 0 1 I Stark, ss. 6 0 0 1 1 0 Raker. 2b. 4 2 1 3 3 0 Paulette, lb. 5 1 3 10 1 0 Farmer, rf. 5 1 2 1 ft 0 Dodge. 3b. 3 ft 1 ft ft ft McCabe. If. 4 11 3 ft 0 Smith, c. 4 1 2 4 0 0 Berger, p. 4 ft ^ o'. ^ 0 Totals . 39 ft 14 27 7 1 Memphis— AR. R. H. O. A. K. I Allison, cf. 4 1 1 2 ft Coyle, rf. 4 ft 1 2 ft l Woodruff. 3b. 4 ft ft 1 1 ft Lord. If. 3 ft 0 2 ft ft Dunckel, 1b. .. 4 ft ft 1ft 2 ft Gruthers, 2b. 3 ft 1 4 5 0 Lindsay, ss. 2 ft 0 2 3 3 Andreen, c. 3 ft 1 4 5 ft Robertson, p. 3 ft 0 0 3 0 Totals .30 1 4 27 19 4 Score by innings: Nashville . 20ft 003 001—0 Memphis . lflft ofto ftOft— i 4 Summary: Three-base hits. King, Bak er Home run, McCabe. Saorifire hits. Dodge. Lindsay. Stolen base. Baker. Wild pitches, Berger 2. Bases on balls, off Berger 1, Robertson 1. Struck out, by Berger 3, Robertson 3. Time, 1:46. Um pire, Breitenstein. _ BIG TENNIS TOURNEY AT Y. M. C. A. TODAY The Round Robin tennis tournament at the YT. M. C. A. will begin today. This is the first event of the tennis season. There have been many entries, so that the tournament, promises to be a splendid try out of the tennis enthusiasts, of which there are now a great many. The feature of a round robin tornament Is that every player plays every other player and the loss of a matrh does not eliminate a play er as in ordinary championship tourna- 0*4 ments. Cuban Goes to Minors Washington, April 30.—Ramiro Sleg- , lie. Cuban infleldar secured by the ! Washington Americans this spring, v. as released today to the Newport News club of the Virginia league un der an optional agreement. Probably he will he recalled at the end of the ■ I Virginia league season. HS^c°mPanson >saii vLtfr proves quality! Our faith in the quality and in the blend of choice H^F Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos in Camel Cigarettes is so firm we invite the severest comparison ; W with any cigarette in the world! Camels are cleverer J 9F to the taste and more delightful than either kind of h “j W tobaccos smoked straight « 1 Camel Cigarettes Turkish and Domestic Blend t We ask every cigarette user to smoke a package of Camels and compare them, puff by puff, with the brand he thinks he likes best 1 Smoke Camels liberally without tongue-bite or throat-parch, and they leave no unpleasant dgaretty after-taste. i H i r L H I Li