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The Paducah evening sun. [volume] (Paducah, Ky.) 1906-1929, July 15, 1910, Image 2

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Vlnccnncs nnd Qnrk vllloTako Ono
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Cta ZItS yw L PCT
ClarksrlNo 29 18 617
Vlnconncs 2S V20 583
Ilopldnsvllle 14 32 3U
fstct dar ilta
IPaducah 4 Hopklnsvllle 3
VlncenneaUfl CIarXsvllle 02
Games Todnywiuul Tomorrow
Hopklnsrlllo at Paducah
Clarsrillo nt Vlncennca
Onco more Woodring Impressed
upon IfopklnsvlIJo bis value DA a
pitcher way Jsterday In the box he
defea0aUM visitor by < aeoro of 4
< P 3 tane pfthe prettiest games
Qftheea69ln on Oho local lot
AYoodring arse a twirler tot Cairo la
the ilayabt the old Kitty and was
one bt the beat lie mil pitches
Gopd Mil and was on the Hoptown
SttIT4inli a short time ago when he
nrs released and was signed by the
Indiana Sine Joining1 the red faces
fitfJiaa defeated his former team
rblttes Brits
JAJJ the eeorjnff inS done 4n the
Brat T > w Innings as aftpr the pitch
QW warped aip good not a runner
qrasable tocrons the pan Voodrtng
worfaedUa rand style and while he
did not have the Moguls puzzled be
fopQed thgra to bit to tils l team
mates who gave him good support
MMonislo pitched a good game for
IkipJdnnrlUo and did not allow anp
more hits than Wqodrlog but they
trero fcuncied better bji the Indian
The ladZans started right off tn
the thirst Inning And made two
cores TiAWfenneler was first Clp and
waked Anderson vwas out Mcllonl
gle to v erhne the chief
traveled to cccond ockhrt Kent
out AfcMonlelo to Drown and An
ecnaler reached thlrdi He was en
IIoWa4do score when Block followed
FhUy fttt lafleld hit Cox next
atfpped Jo the pan and smashed the
tall on two Racks scoring Block In
tberjHCond PIHiacah ound the third
appro Orerton flew out to center
snd JJayne fanned Woodring was
Jltvr A Bitched tall and was able
to reach home on a long single to
right by Gwlnn who was left on
baseas l Angemelcr struck out There
was nothing doing In the third but
the winning score was secured Jn
tho fourth Cox was first up and
drove out a hit to left that proved
food tor two bases Ovorton fol
lowed with a hit to tho infield that
enable Cox to score Overton stole
second whllo the visitors were try
ing to Jag Cox Payne sacrificed
him to third WoodrIng hit to AIc
Monlgle and tossed It to Grucssor
who caught Overton at the pan and
ho was declared out on a close de
cision During the remainder of tho
game Paducah really had no oppor
tunity to ecore and In most of the
Innings the tatters went down In
I For Hoplclnsvlllo Lyons was first
up In the first lIe hit ono of the
longest firs of tho season Tho ball
roared high 7d loft field nnd way back
to the fence Little Angoraelcr wns
OK fct the crack of tho back and
while nearly at the fence he aught
the ephero aa It sailed over his
head He turned completely around
and juggled tho ball for several sec
ands before he finally closed his
mils He was warmly applauded for
the catch In the same Inning Mur
ray walked and Brown got a single
but Smith flow out to Qwlnn while
Russell went out iPayjno to Cox
Two runs were secured in tho sec
ond and little Dobbs Moreor pnr
Iclpated In the run getting He was
first up and ilncd out a single to
eft > TMauagan was sofo < at Iflret on I
a wild throw by Woodrlng Gruos
> er went out Ovorton to Cox Mc
lonlgle flow out to Block Lyons
cored the two runners with jatwor
base > drive to left field The Tlsltore
tied the score in the fourth Inning
iterccr lead oft with another elngle
lanagan was out attempting to
bunt the third strike Gruesser
rounded out to Cox IMcMonlglo
ras cafe when Block left a grounder
get through his legs and Mercer
scored After the fourth the NIght
tldora failed to do anything In the
coring line
lopklnsvllle AD n HPO A E
yons Ib 1of 1 O 4 1 ° 0 J
Murray rf3 < 0 1P 0 O 0
Drown lb 4 0 12 di 01 0
mith 3b 4 0 0 1 10
Russell cf 3 0 0 13 O 0
oroer 5b 3 2 2 6 3 0
lanagan ss 4 10 3 ot 1
ruesser c3 0 1 6 3 0
cMonlgle p 4 t O 0 1 4 0
Totals 32 3 G 24 11 1
aducah AB R H FO A E
ngemelrer 1C 3 1 0 4 0 0
ndereon ss 3 0 0 0 10 0
ockhart cf 4 0 0 1 o > 0 <
lock 2bs2 fl < L 4 2 1
Cox Ib n 4 1 39 0 0
iverton c > 4 J > 1 < + 5 2 0
ajiie 3b 20 ff 11 3 4
Voodrlng p 2 il 0 0 1 a 1
G l nt 1
Totals 26 4 G7 10 2
Two Base Hlta Lyons and Cox j
Sacrifice Hits Mercer Gruessor
Vndoreon and Payne
Earned r Runs Padutah 2
Loft on Bases Hopklnivllle < >
Paducah C
Vlrst Base on Errors HopMn
llle 2 Paducah 1
Base on DnllsOll McMonJglo
3 off Woodring 1 I
Struck OUt JIcMonlgle 3
Voodrlng 4 I
Hit > by Pitcher By MoMonlgle
Woodring by Woodring Rusajll
Stolen Bases Block Ovorton and
Umpire Lucas
Time of Game One hour and 20
Scorer Barnett
Split UoublolTcadrr
Vincennes Ind July 15Vln
ennes and Clarksvlllo broke even
yesterday on too doubleheader The
peals i got thotflrsLgame 1 to 0 but
the Tennesseoan took the second 2
to 1
ScoroR II E
First game
anccnnes 1 I 1
arksvlllo 0 4 2
Batteries Vlncennes Johnson
and Johnson Clarksvllle Lambert
and Fliilllps
Second game
Score RUE
larksvllle 2 5 5
incennea I 1 3 3
flatteries Clarksvlllo Priest
ambert and AIcWIHIams Vln
ennes L Johnon Roberts and R
ohnson Umpire Plopho
Itascball Tulle
Manager Johnny Ray of the Hpp
ilnsville team denied that he has
aleased Lynch who Is classed as
one of the best hitters In tho league
ynoh Is Buffering with a charier
oree and Is on the bench for a few
The weeds In the outfield need
uttlng as they are too tall to pen
nit the players to make speedy runs
and the ball can be lost too easily
Today Is ladles day and a Jarge
lumber of the fair fans took ad
antage of the day
Little Ovorton continues to put up
a h fine game behind the bat Ills
brewing to second la excellent and
w visiting players are able to steal
on him
Manager Ray of the Hoppers has
given up hope of capturing the rag j
tor the first part of the season but
he Is signing new players and sugg
eats to the fans to keep an eye on
1I1s team the last half of tho reason
Hls twirling staff is already strong i
Otter who defeated Paducah
Wednesday came to tho Kitty from
t le Bluegrass league In the spring
In an exhibition game ho hold tho
Hnclnnatl Reds down to four hits 1
It did Woodrlng good all over tot
administer defeat to the Hopkinsjj
Illo team r
Oox got three Mngks out of four
visits to the plato yesterday and one
it f a two fiacker
Brown is one of tho best first
1 n
owl I I
On Sunday July 17th we are going to close this
great sale and at the same time give away one of s
Eairmohts choice lots I Call upour office or go out to I
the groundfor particulars j I
adjoins the city limits on the South It lies on tho East side of the Mayfield road
and extends back to tho I C yards It is seven minutes walk from tho end roadI I
Quthrie avenue street car linQIt is tho old fair ground site The ground is all
high and level and has beenall tiled rand drained Fairmont has many beautiful tI I
old forest trees and early buyers can pick out some extra choice lots The addi
tion is only fifteen minutes walk from the Illinois Central shops nddiI I
greatest industry I r LnarhrrQ I t
In Fairmont we present an opportunity to the man or woman of moderato
means to secure n home site or make nn investment that will double his l money >
Fairmont is in a fine residence district of Paducah nnd homes built there will bes i
snapped up by tenants at good rentals beI I
Fine homos are built almost solidly up to AIRMONTnnd the Doigbbori
l boodis > the best Prices range from 80 to 300 and the terms aro tho easiestI
WEEK No interest ever no payments if sick or hurt and unable Jto work We
pay the taxes for two years A liberal discount for allcash ora 425 > down pay J j
ment You can pay by the month if you like Every dollar paid is credited on J
the lot No extras of any kind Come out after supper Our salesmen are on the 1
ground every day until dark and a free covered carriage meets all k the Guthrie
avenue cars at the end Qf lino A
BusHnell Ivins VI
i Room 3 Lennox 3uildingK i r
New Phono 543cg Open Until 830 P M
4 k
1J1c1ers in tho league Ho 1s 1
specially valuable with the stick
Paducah was after him before tho
season started but Hopklnavlll
landed him
fiercer played a swell game for
Hopklnsvillo yesterday The llttl
Infielder scored two rune got two
fits had five putouts and three ai
slats Crimmins who was released bT
ilopklntvllle has been picked up by
rinconnea and wllf boglveii a tryiji
It shortstop In place of Stanley wh
ins boon rejeared by Manager Xalrr
Pitcher Drun old a collei player
hAS been released by Vlncennei
JrunBeld Is a hefty athlete ant
should make good with some team
Lee Lemon who was a catcher fo
rincennca In the original Kitty
league has been sold by the India
napolis club In the American also
ilatlon to San Antonio In the Toni
league Lemon la well remembered
ly the Kitty fang and was a good
atohcr In the old days
Olllo Qefarh who Is manager oC
the McLoaneboro III club that Is
knocking for admission to the Kitty
Is an old Paducah player When Pa
ducah was in tho old Central league
lack In 1897 Gefarh played center
leld JlcLeansboro Is 1 a farm for
the Evansvlllo club of tho Contra
league and Is composed principally
of Evansvllle players Prom report
the team Is fast and will have no dif
iculty In making tho proswnt teams
In the Kitty hustle
Manager jonnny Ray handed re
oases to Catcher Cranor and Short
top Flanagan this morning Bee
rippert a catcher Is expected to ar
rive tonight and will do tho recolv
ng in tomorrow game Lyons
who has been In loft Hold wilt work
at short while Murray will go Cram
Tight to loft field and a pitcher wilt
he used to fill In right garden
Yon and Demareo two Hopkins
vllle pitchers arrived yesterday The
aHed to cot away from Vtaconnei
iith their teammates
Hopklnsvllle Is after Qua Donno
who formerly pitched tor Paducah
lonno is said to tttll bo a good
AVclllos no CiiHcy
The reorganized Oulleya wilt tackle
tho strong WelHe team Sunday morn
Ing In a game that wilt be played <
on the diamond west of the IWnoi
ventral shops Ross and Ron wlJ l
be the battery for tho CuMcyt while
Smith and Cathey wilt work for the
Clubs W L Pct
> hladqJphI 50 24 GiG
DetroIt 43 35 Gil
Boston f3i42 3f 55
Cleveland rr 32 37 463
Jhlcago 3L 42 41
Vashlngton 27 40 387
St Louis 23 49 319
Cjr Y 9ng Falls Again
New York July 15Ford out
Itched Young This Was tho third
time this year tho veteran Cleveland
I Itcher tried to register hit GOOt
ictory in the major leagues Crees
sitting and floJdlng featured the con
Score R II 11
eveland 1 10 1
ew York 4 9 2
I Young and Easterly Ford and
weeney Umpires Connolly and
I IneenCobbs homer Helps Win
Detroit Mich July leDetrolt
hunched bits In tho second InnIng
and won an easy victory Cobb
home run with two men on bases
I I as ono of the event of the big in
nlng Donovan was effective at al
Score R II E
otroit 7 1C 1
Washington 1 5 1
Donovan < < awy and Schmidt
oisllng and Beokendorf Umpires
gan and OLaughlln
I Sox in Double Defeat
Boston July fiDoston won a
ublehcader from Chicago The
rat a pitchers battle was won 4n
the sixth Inning on two hits and an
out Chicagos errors and Boston
timely hitting won tho second con
t st
I First game
Sc ren II E
lilcago 0 3 1
aston r 1 4 1
White and Payne Collins and Car
rlgan Umpire Evans
Second game
I Sooren II I
Chicago faa 2 C 3
o ton 080
I Smith and SuUlvan AreHanoa and
lelnow Umpire EramT
I Ilrovns iiilt Athletics
Philadelphia July 16St Loul
broko Philadelphias winning streak
The visitors bunched their nine hits
In three Innings while Powell kept
tho homo teams hits scattered except
In one Inning The homo team outs
fiolded accepted sixteen out of eev
ontce11 chances
Scorn H K
St Louis B 9 3
to 2
Powell and Stephens Plank and
Thomas Umpire PerrIne
Continued on Page Three
Banks existed in 1 China Babylon
Oreeco and nome bctoro tho Chris
Unn era Tho earliest records of
ropean banks are those of Vonlco
founded A D 1111
In density of population Paris and
Derlln lead oil other European oltlea J
r Most Remarkable Clothing
Event Ever Held in
The smashing reductions are not the sole claim
of this sale to call your attentionthe mer
chandise offered is ofa higher standard the
selections are broader and more varied Well
be open tonight for the convenience of our
patrons We hope l youll be ont of f tllitmh
IIMen II s ann Young Mens Suits a
At Red Letter Prices
LOT A ifons and Young
MOMS Suits that Bold nil son
Min nt 1000 1250 and up to
1500 your choice now
LOT B irons anil Young
Mens Suits Hint sold nil sea 1
son nt 10A0 100 and up tat < 4
2000 your cho1 o now
LOT C Mens and Young
lions Suits that sold all son
son at 22 0f 2600 and up tot 4
2750 your alioico now
LOT D Mans and Young
MOils Suits that told nil season
son at 3000 32J50 nnd up toff
3500 your olioko now
LOT EOhoice of the finest
3750 and 4000 Spring Suits 4 i
now I I
51520 j
6i88 5
IIMens II and At Red Young Letter Prices Mens Pantsil il
lions and Young Mona 200 and 250
Pants your choice now
lions and Young lions 350 nnd 400
Pants your choice now
lions nnd Young dens X500 and 000
Pants your choice now
Mens and Young lions 650 and 700
Pants your choice now
liens and Young Mans 800 and 350
Pants your choice now
tens and Young Mans 900 and 1000
Pants your choico now
Mens Shirts at Red Letter
Mona 100 and I lCOr Negligee skirts
soft bosom and plaits
Shirtssoft i
soft bosoms and plaits
5112 A
Mens J22G and I2BO Nogllgoo Shirts i1
608 to
m uvaUUliO snd plaits
Mlene J300 and 3BO Negligee Shlrtla
eo ft a osama and plalte
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