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Leaders’ Punch Evidently Too
Much for Present Indian
The Indians evidently have collapsed
before the aggressive attack of the Saints.
Kelley's leaders grabbed the first game
of the series Wednesday by a piece of
luck, bin yesterday it was so different
that the Tribesmen did not have a chance
anywhere along the linp.
The Tribe got miserable pitching,
which counted them out early, but they
also failed to bit, getting only two safe
Better pitching was expected on the
mound for the HoAsiers today and loyal j
Uns still hoped that their favorites ,
would show an improved morale, though
it looks as if the Saints have too much |
punch for' them. i
At an.v rate, there are two games left
in the series and an even break would
cause fans to forget the two contests lost,
but the odds are against the Tribe with
its present lineup.
Charlie Whitehouse took the mound
yesterday and he was so wild and the
Saints grabbed such a commanding early
lead that it was useles to use up aftother
pitcher under the circumstances, espe
cially with Southpaw Ooiimbe going so
strong that there was every indication
that he had the locals beaten.
When the contest ended the Saints had
an easy victory. 10 to 1, marked up
through hits, bases on balls and error*.
Truly, it was a bad day all around for
the Indians.
The Saints scored two runs tn the
opening inning, one in the second, three
iu the fourth, three in the seventh and
one in the ninth.
The Indians didn't break through un
til the eighth, when Russell tripled and
scored on an out.
Whitehouse gave nine bases on balls,
and in the face of that kind of pitching
the Hoosiers were handicapped.
Asa sample of what b3d pitching does,
there's the case of Dressen, the Saint
lead-off man. In six time* at the plate
he got four walks, singled once and
reached first oa an error.
In only two Innings were visitors kept \
off the paths It's a wonder the Saints
didn't’ make their total more than ten.
Paul Jones was slated to hurl against
the leaders this afternoon, weather per
mitting. and if he showed tue stuff he
l*ad last Sunday h was nearly an even
chance that the Tribe would chalk up a
LITTLE ROCK. Ark., June 4.—Pitcher
Tom Seaton, formerly of the San Fran
cisco club of the Pacific Coast league,
who, with Pitcher Casey Smith, formerly
of the same club, has been barred from
taking part in Southern association
fames bv President John D. Martin, to
ay joined the local club of the Southern
A court petition is being prepared by
the of the local club to com
pel President Martin to approve con
tracts of Seaton and Smith.
PITTSBCRG. June 4.— Manager Moran
of the Cincy Reds stated today that he
had about made up his mind to nave no
more dealings with Pitcher Bill Evans,
who jumped the Kansas City club to go
to the Oil City team.
Evans was down here during the stay
of the Cardinals and offered to join
Riekey's team if paid a large bonus for
doing so. He had already received a big
increase for going to the outlaws and
now ig willing to jump back again at
a price.
Around the A. A.
Louie Wolf was slated to play third to
dav in the event that St. Paul used a
southpaw. Rebg was to be shifted to cen
ter field, displacing Zwilling. who is not
Several of the Indian* are far be
low Class AA standard with the bat
' and unless they pick up it will be use
less to pay out good money for new
Roxey Roach, outlaw agent, wag In the
stands yesterday, but stated he was not
looking for Indianapolis or St. Paul
players. Roxey said he got crossed up
on the association schedule and landed
in Indianapolis when he should have gone
to Louisville. All of which means that the
Colonel and Brewer managers had better
watch their athletes.
There w-ere a number of ‘‘outlaw" fans
In the stands yesterday also and they
kicked up a fuss over the team’s sad
showing The whole machinery of the
Tribe has been active in an effort to
holster, but Class AA talent is not avail
able. If any of the fans can locate a few
stars Owner Smith will appreciate the
Behold tiie baseball manager!
Whenever winning streaks oornr.
The pop-eyed baseball fans aver
He is a wondrous wizard.
But when he hits a losing spell
They rise apd give him merryhei
In words no cultured tongue can teH
And roast him to the gizzard.
—Chicago Herald-Examiner.
In five of the nine Innings yesterday
the Tribe failed to get a man on base.
Umpire Hart of the National league,
who formerly officiated in the A. A., was
a visitor at the park. He was en route
to St. Louis.
Tex Covington Is deeply discouraged
over the bad luck he Is having at the
bat. He usually connects solidly, but
they won’t fall In safe territory.
The Brewers opened up in the sixth
yesterday and scored four runs, beat
ing the Colonels, S tn 4. St. Louis
Cardinal scouts witnessed the game.
The Hens scored a shutout over the
Millers and Toledo again sees visions of
a pennant. Middleton was In form.
Pongo Joe Cantlllon is still searching
for players and hopes to sign Outfielder
Nixon, who is wandering aronnd some
where In the cactus belt.
Mulrennan went big on the mound for
the Senators until the sixth inning, then
blew up and the Blues walked off with
the game.
It Was Decisive
Indiana. AB. R. H. O. A. E.
RelUey, If 4 0 1 3 0 0
Smith, 2b 4 0 0 4 3 0
Covington, 1b........ 4 0 0 6 1 1
Rehe, 3b 2 0 0 0 2 1
twilling, rs 3 **' 0 4 O 0
’Schreiber, 55.—...... 3 0 0 4 1 1
Russell, rs ..... 3 112 0 1
Henline, e 3 0 0 4 2 0
Whitehouse, p.. 3 0 0 0 3 0
Totals , 29 1 2 27 12 4
Saints. AB. R. H. O. A E.
Dressen, 1b......... 2 2 1 9 0 0
Haas. If 4 1110 0
Biegert, rs 4 113 0-0
Miller, cf 4 0 1 5 0 0
Hargrave, e ~..4 0 1 3 0 O
Berg hammer. 2b..... 5 0 0 2 3 0
Boon*, 5a...5 2 1 33 1
Rapp, 3b............. 4 3 2 1 1 0
Coumbe, p ..3 1 l o 3 0
Totals ... ..35 10 9 27 10 1
Indians 00000001 0— 1
Saints 21030030 I—lo
Sacrifice hits—Rapp. Coumbe 2. Two
base hit —Coumbe Three-bae hit—Rus
sell. Double plays—Boone to Berg ham
mer to Dressen. Left on bases—lndians.
2: Baints, 10. First base on errors In
dians. 1; Saints, 4. Bases on balls—Off
Whttehouse, 9; off Conmbe, 1. Struck
out—By Whitehonse, 3; by Coumbe 3.
Winning pitcher Conmbe. Losing
pitcher—Wbitehouae ; Wiki pitch—By
Umpires —Murray and
Baseball Calendar
and Standings
IV. L. PctJ W L. Pet.
St. Paul . 82 12 .727 Louisville. 19 20 . 487
Toledo... 24 16 .600 Columbus. 18 22 . 450
Milwaukee 24 20 .345'Indpis. ... 13 25 .342
Xlinapolis. 23 22 .511 Kan. City. 14 30 .318
IV. L. Pet. W. L. Pot.
Cleveland 27 1.3 .675 Wasbton . 21 20 .5127
N. York.. 26 16 .819 St. Louis.. 14 24 .36S
Boston...' 22 17 .564 PhiladK— 15 26 .366
Chicago.. 22 18 .osojDetroit 13 26.333
IV. L. Pet.| W. L Pet.
Cincinnati 25 16 .610iSt. Louis.. 19 22 .463
Brooklyn. 23 15 .60r>,Boston ... 18 21 .462
Chicago.. 24 18 .571;N. York.. 17 23.425
Pittsburg 19 19 .500,PUilada. . 15 26.366
W. L. Pet., 'V L. Pet.
Peoria... 17 13 ,567]Moline 16 17 .4*5
Bloomton. 18 14 .563 R. Island.. 14 16 .467
Rockford. 19 15 .559 Evansville. 12 16 .529
C. Rapids. 16 16 .300 T. Haute.. 13 19 .508
W. L. Pet.j W. L. Pet.
Buffalo... 30 10 .750 Reading... 10 20.487
Toronto... 25 15 .625 J. City.... 15 23 .395
Baltimore 25 16 .610;Rochester. 15 26 .368
Akron ... 19 18 .514 Syracuse.. 10 30 .250
St. Paul at Indianapolis.
Milwaukee at Louisville.
Kansas City at Columbus.
Minneapolis at Toledo.
St. Louis at Cleveland.
Detroit at Chicago.
Philadelphia at New York.
Boston at Washington.
Chicago at St. Louis.
Cincinnati at Pittsburg.
Brooklyn at Philadelphia.
New York 3t Boston.
Milwaukee 01000409 o—s 9 0
Louisville 10300000 o—i0 —i 9 1
Batteries —North and Gaston; Tincup.
Koob ard Meyer.
Toledo 20000020 *—4 8 0
Minneapolis 00000000 o—o 5 0
Batteries —Middleton and Murphy .
Schauer, Craft and Owens.
Kansas City... 00000500 2—7 12 2
Columbus... 11003000 I—6 10 0
Batteries Woodward, Tuero and
Brock; Mulrennan and Hartley.
Chicago 0001 1 103 o—6 11 0
St. Louis 0001 0010 2—4 8 1
Batteries—Wilkinson and Schalk; Bur
well. Paris and Billings.
New York 10000400 •—5 6 1
Philadelphia ... 1 1 1 0 10 0 0 o—4 6 1
Batteries Shawkey and Hannah;
Moore, Hasty, Perry and Perkins.
Detroit 00022020 o—6 12 0
Cleveland 0000002 1 o—3 6 1
Batteries Leonard and Woodall;
Boehling, Uhle, Niebous and O’Neill.
Washington 00000002 •—2 9 2
Boston 10000000 o—l 6 2
Batteries Johnson snd Pieenieh,
Gharrity; Rnsseli and Walters.
First game:
New York 00n000.3 1 2—6 15 2
Boston 00 0 0 00 0 0 o—o 7 2
Batteries—Barnes and Smith; McQuil
lan and O’Neill.
Second game:
New York 3 1002003 o—9 13 0
Boston 1 0000003 I—s 11 4
Batteries —Nehf and Snyder; Rudolph.
Hearn and Gowdy.
-Brooklyn 00100001 o—20 —2 7 0
Philadelphia... 000000 0 0 o—o 7 1
Batteries—Pfeffer and Miller; Gallia.
Betts and Witherow, Wheat.
Cincinnati at Pittsburg; rat;
No otober games scheduled.
CHICAGO. June 4.—The Benny Leon
ard-Charlla White lightweight champion
ship fight to be decided in Benton Har
bor on the afternoon of July 5 may be
the means of bringing Pacfcey McFar
land back Into the roped arena.
Packer today received a wire from
Billy Gibson, Leonard’* manager, asking
If he wonld consent to train the cham
pion for the contest.
Under ordinary circumstances Packey
Is too husv to don the mitts, hut be
cause of his close friendship with Gib
son he Is giving the matter much con
sideration Leonard, who scales around
150 pounds now. must come down to 135
and a lot of hard work awaits him.
KOKOMO. Ind.. June 4.—Jack Dillon
gave K. O. Sweeney such a beating here
that the St Louis battler threw In the
sponge in the fourth round, giving Jack
a technical knockout
Jack Nelson of St. Louis outpointed
Jack Dalton of Indianapolis in a all
round preliminary.
MONTREAL. June 4. —Frankie Flem
ing, lightweight boxing champion of
Canada, outpointed George Papin, French
lightweight champion, in a ten-round
bout here last night
One Bird Decides It
ST. THOMAS. Ont., June 4.—Three
contestants were tied at the close of the
annual trapshooting tournament of the
St. Thomas Gun club yesterday, and a
double shootoff was necessary to decide
the winner.
J. A. Skinner of Cedar Springs finally
won, defeating M. E. Fletcher of Ham
ilton by one bird.
W. M. Barnes of Hamilton was elim
inated in the first shootoff.
In the professional event H. Renne
cott of Evanston. 111., was the winner
with a score of 98.
LAFAYETTE, Ind., June 4.—G. C. Rob
erts. a junior in the school of chemical
engineering, was elected captain of the
1921 Purdue baseball team at a meeting
of the letter men.
Roberts won his letter in baseball in
1917, joining the service that summer,
going overseas almost immediately, and
remaining there eighteen months.
He returned to school this year and
easily won for himself a berth on the
varsity as catcher. Roberts’ home is in
Denver, Colo.
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brought back with her the most highly
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still afloat She lays at Lawley yard*,
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years ago by the Eastern Yscht syndl
All Olympic Candidates
Must Compete in Trials
NEW YORK, Jnne 4—Candidates for
the American Olympic team must com
pete In the recognized and official trials,
it was announced here today by the com
The first sectional trials are to be held
.Tune 26 on Franklin field, Philadelphia;
Stagg field, Chicago; Tulane stadium.
New Orleans, and the city stadium of
Pasadena, Calif.
The finals are July 17 in the Harvard
Dorias Leaves N. D.
SOUTH BEND. !nd„ June 4 —Cbarle*
Dorias, assistant coach of Notre Dame
athletics, has signed a contract as head
coach of Ganzaga college, Spokane, Wash.
He will take up his new position Sept. 1.
In addition to assisting Poach Rockne
in football. Dorias has been in charge of
Notre Dame baseball and basketbal! for
the last two years.
No one regrets more than Rockne that
their athletic relationship roust be
severed. Rockne and Dorias were team
mate* on the Notre Dame eleven in
1912 13-14.
Indiana. 6; Purdue. 5 ('0 Innings*
University of California, 10; Dart
mouth, 9
One Hundred Years Ago
Beaver Hats
and Coonskin Caps
Were the Prevailing Styles in This City
The Authentic Styles of Today May Be Had in
Levinson’s Straws
s 3 — *4 — s s
Also in Levinson's Panamas, Bankoks and Leghorns
Silk Caps
are now ripe. We have them
in many styles.
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Three Big Stores 41 S. Illinois
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cate when her owner planned to sell her
for jtfnk. The Resolute and Vanltle,
built to defend the cup against the Eng
lish challenger, the Shamrock IV, this
month, are much fleeter, but can’t com
pare with the America when it comes
to thrilling experiences and romantic
Big League Stuff
Babe Ruth is dipping. He failed to get
a home run yesterday.
Ping Bodle. the pudgy Yankee out
fielder. got tired of seeing the Yank
ee* trail along with a ecore of 4 to I
against then; yesterday, *o, with three
of his teammate* on the paths, he
poked out i homer and won the old
ball game from the Athletic*.
The Giants wearied of losing double
headers to the Brave*, so they turned
1 aronnd and won a pair. Barnes and Nehf
A.- Id Stallings’ men In check.
‘Dutch' 1 Leonard limited Uleveland to
six hits and the Tigers Mawed three In
dian pitcher* for enough runs to win.
Ken William* hit hi* third home
run In five game*, but Wilkinson
was tn form and the Browns could
not triumph over the White So*.
After dropping five straight Jeff Pfef
fer broke hi* losing streak bv shutting
out the Phillies, while the Dodgers were
accumulating twb runa.
Harris' triple, with Shinks and Rice on
the chalk line* gave Washington a vie.
tory over the Red Sox.
All Store Open Saturday Evening
I. A. C., Marion and Muncie
Boys Matched Here.
A boxing card of seven amateur bouts
will be staged at Washington park Tues
day night for the delegates to the >on
ventlon of the Associated Advertising
Clubs of the World, under the direction
of Ernie Holcher, boxing instructor of
the Independent Athletic club.
Several of the lads who won the state
amateur titles in the recent tournament
at the I. A. C. will be on the card, op
posing the runnersup in their respective
The bouts have been arranged as fol
lows: Henry McDuff, I. A. €., state
amateur bantamweight champion, vs.
.Tack Davison, Muncie Y. M. C- A.; Cur
lev Sullivan. I. A. C., state amateur
featherweight champion, vs. Young Allen,
Muncie Y. M. C. A.; Vaughn Treber,
Marlon Y. M C. A., state amateur middle
weight champion, vs. Frank Dempsey, I.
A. C.; Leslie Treber. Marion Y M. C. A.,
state amateur welterweight champion,
vs Frank Sartar, I. A. C., and Jack Ed
wards. Marion Y. M. C. A., vs. Fred But
ler, I A. C.
These boys are the best In the state
amateur ranks and they should put on a
classv show
Holcher Is looking for a boy to match
with George Orine, clever I. A C light
weight, who was originally matched with
an American Gymnastic Union boxer.
Indiana Beats Purdue
in Ten Rounds; Dean’s
Single Does the Work
! / BLOOMINGTON, Ind., June 4 —ln
diana scored a well-earned ten-lnntng
I battle from Purdue, 6 to 5, yesterday
when Dean singled with two out and the
bases loaded.
Kunkle pitched great ball for I. U. all
the way. Wagner also went great for
Purdue until the tenth frame, when he
waa jerked and Wallace sent in with
three men on base
Neither side scored until the third
round, then each sent one man around
the bags. The next round was score
less and Purdue took a three-run lead
in the fifth and followed with another
marker In the sixth Indiana scored two
I in the eighth and tied the count in the
j next stanza.
In Purdue's half of the tenth, Strude
and Hiser flew out to Tetters and Mc
j Connell fanned. Rust started for In
diana with a single to center, and went
to MX-ond on Kunkle's hit. Matbys sent
a grounder to first and Rust was out
going to third. Schuler walked.
Wallace relieved Waguer at this point
i and wuned Hendricks. Dean wa* the
! next man aud his single brought home
;the bacon for Indiana.
Bachman With Kansas
MANHATTAN. Kas , June 4.—Charles
I Bachman, f • ball coach at Northwestern
university last fall, today was elected
head gridiron mentor at the Kansas
Agricultural college
In all probability Wee Willie McGill
trainer of the Northwestern football team
l*t season, will come with RacbmaD
Under Bachman’s tutelage a great foot
ball tear Is expected, as every one has
confidence in his ability to develop a
strong eleven.
Rockne in New Role
SOUTH BEND Ind.. Tune 4- Knnte
Rockne, coach at Notre Dame university,
ha* agreed to supervise the city a play
grounds acting as municipal recreation
Cloth Caps
• $2 to $3.50
Summery styles—cool and |)
Smith Tells Tribe
Troubles to Majors
as He Seeks Talent
Says Desertions Are, Wrecking
Team Other Magnates
Begin to Fear Menace.
NEW YORK, June 4.—William C.
Smith, owner of the Indianapolis Ameri
can association team, is here looking
for players.
His club has almost been wrecked by
"One of my best players deserted a
few days ago. Others have jumped and
I'm up against it,' 1 he told Col. Til Hus
ton, part owner of the Yanks.
It seems contract jumping this season
has grown to be a serious menace to
baseball. The magnates are beginning
to fear conditions that have not existed
since the days of the late Federal
'I he jumping became so frequent in
the minor leagues that John H Farrell,
secretary of the association, gave the
deserters thirty days to rerurn to their
clubs, or be permanently barred from
organized ball.
When several major league stars de
serted their clubs for Independent teams.
More KAHN Suits
Have Been Made Up—
Our tailors hare been kept busy making up
more suits to permit a continuance of the
sale that proved so popular last week.
This serves two purposes
—it enables us to keep our big force busy
—and to help Indianapolis men secure fine
clothes at a moderate price.
Ready-to-Wear Suits
Blues, gray and all styles of fancy mixtures,
in both the single and double breasted styles.
We also include a number of sample and
model garments. You save from $lO to sls
on any suit in the lot.
Take advantage of this opportunity to appear
in new clothes during Centennial Week.
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while they last oAViv”
the National commission became Inter
ested Ban Johnson and John Heydler,
presidents of the two major leagues, met
here this week and laid out a plan ox
action against the contract Jumpers.
“We are going to give them a reason
able time to live up to their written
agreement,” Heydler said. “Then if
they refuse we will bar them from or
ganized baseball.
“There will be no claims of black list
ing either. These men have violated a
contract and they will not get employ
ment with any other club until they live
up to that contract.”
A. B. C.’s Drop Series
KANSAS CITY, June 4.—Jeffries
pitched an airtight game for the Indi
anapolis A. B. C.s yesterday until the
eighth session and then weakened, yield
ing a single and hitting the next two
men, filling the bases.
Dismukes went in and allowed five
safe drives in succession and then gave
way to Johnson, who retired the side,
with an additional run, which beat the
A. B. C.s. 8 to 5.
This was the first series lost by the
A. B. C.s this year.
LONDON, June 4. —Walter Hagen and
James Barnes, American golfers, who are
in England to compete in the British
open championship tournament, began
practice Thursday.
Hagen and A. C. Mcßoome played
against Barnes and J. Ross. The latter
pair won, 3 up and 2 to play.
Hauger Clothes .
Three Stores First Block Mass. Ave.
Combination Carded
in Centennial FUsg
Monday wIU be a big day In mffXaa
apolis golf eirclos. Charles CCbickT
Evans, former open champion, and Jfassfc
Hutchison, a player of the same caliber,
will be seen on the Riverside cottas# do
ing their bit in the Indianapolis cen
tennial celebration.
The men will play thirty-afcx bofcs
Monday, eighteen in the mo-rntn# la A
foursome against Pete Hendrie, Btvw
side professional, and Wallle Nulwui eC
Highland, state open champ.
Evans and Hutchison will piny an
eighteen-hole match game in the after
Hutchison waa signed to appear here
through the efforts of Evans, who was de
sirous of coming to Indianapolis for the
centennial celebration because this city
Is the golf star’s birth place.
Indianapolis golfers will play eighteen
holes on the municipal links Saturday
and Sunday. This will be medal play,
club handicaps to count. These will be,
qualifying rounds and the players wHSMmj
divided Into three classes for Monday?
play. Prizes will be offered in each
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