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BY “DAVE WYATTy} OPENING TILTS , , Ui The American Giants will arrive in Chicago the week of the 10th of \pril and will work out at Schorling Park daily so as to be ._ wpII nrrlimntpfl f "1 ^’r" to the spring at mosphere here. The team have been under a fierce fire all win ter down around the warm gulf stream, and their great showing in the warm climatt against all comers is no criterion ot their real ability up around the in sidious lake breezes of early spring. Many an athlete of the diamond has virtually burned up the soil in the early spring workout in the southland, only to be pm down for the final cotint when he stripped down and essayed to go the route in the face of the Windy City's gentle gale ol mid-April against a tough foe. Just sm'li an adversary awaits the coming of the American.Giants, for upon Sun day, April 17th, DeMoss will lead his men against an aggregation around which ttyerr exists much spec ulation as to superiority of acts and deeds as recorded. Rogers Parks will take the opening shot at Foster' braves "and they are the same gang that downed our champs for a couple of games last spring. They send word that they arc even stronger at present The Detroit Stars open their 1921 season at Mack Park. Sunday. Apri 10th, and w ill have either some strong city opposition, or one of tin' Cana dian league teams. The Indiannpolh A. IJ. C's. pull an early April exhibi tion game, and it may be against the Cuban Stars if they arrive. Tin Hoosiers open the regular league sea son, Saturday, May 7th, and Tayloi plans to set a pace in opening stunt' that will he hard to follow. CHICAGO GIANTS PLAY NORMALS SUNDAY &*• — Joe Green s Chicago Giants, mem bers of the Negro National League, will play their first game of the pres ent season at Normal i'ark. and the Normals, last year's city champions, will he their opponents. The Nor mals are the fast aggregation that cleaned up “Rube” l ooters’ gang last year and ran away with the big base ball lumor* of the city and surround ing territory. Big Taylor, considered one of the best pitcher among the colored hurlers, will be on the slab for the dark leaguers, while Frank Duncan, that promising youngsnr of the pro tector and mask, will do the honors behind the hat. The park is located at hist and Racine Ave . and being 1 of easy access aiyl excellent seating I I e tilt of the 1021 season. * Davey Mnlareherm crack third baseman of the American Giants got back to taw early this week and brings shining report*, oi the class I display' d by the mail} players that K his team encountered in their play * throughout the southland. Jack Mar shall was sent in from Memphis and is disabled in the underpins and may be out of the doings for a while. The Chicagoans won the Sunday game at Memphis by score of 3*1. HAMPTON DEFEATS UNION 7 TO 9 a By Charles II, Williams HAMPTON. Va. April 6.-Hamp ton Institute defeated Virginia Union University by a score of 7 to b in the annual Easier Monday baseball game, played in Richmond on Hovey's Field. A large rrowd was in attendance, as the Hampton-l’nion game is looked upon as one of the log society events of Richmond. Beautiful women tilled the stands, wearing their new Faster frocks and bonnet- 'I hey enthusiastic ally rooted for their teams. Enthusi »sm ran high on the side lines. The Union rooters felt confident of victory until the fifth inning, when Hjmptou hammered nut we run-, making the score n to .V I he I nion team, fighting hard .md aided hy er rors, succeeded in gaining one run itt each of the three innings alter the fatal fifth. Hampton clinched the game be getting a tally in the ninth. Both teams played crraii ball at times, making costlj errors. Phc teams were nearly equally matched. Hampton having a slight advantage in the superb pitching ot Chamberlain, which wa easily the feature of the game. Uhant berjaltt struck out eight UniouiKs, while his opponent strm K out live. The line-up was as follows Hampton—Woods. left field: Rainey, right field: Mann, center field; Gunn, first base; Long (Captj. shortstop; El liott, second base; Alexander, third base; Campbell, catcher; Chamberlain, pitcher. Union—Branch, left field; Johnson right field; Jackson, renter field; Greg ory, first tiase; Wilson, ^ shortstop; Adams, second base: McGnItin ft apt.), third bale; McAllister, catcher; Sav age, pitcher. Summary—Substitutes for l nion. Green. Branch, Brown and Jeffries. Errors—Hampton, 6; l nion. 0: Hamp ton walked 1 man, Union 2: bases on hit ball, 1 each; struck out, by Hamil ton 8, hy Union 5. Umpire—C. P. Hayes of Richmond. FIRST BASEMAN GRANT IN WEDLOCK, t f - Thousands of baseball fans in all parts of this country and Cuba have witnessed and been held spell bound over the marvelous catches that Leroy Grant has negotiated as a member ot the American Giants. As a perfect handler of imperfectly thrown balls. Grant’s fame extends from coast to roast and from gulf to lakes; but re ports have Grant in the greatest catch of his life at Jacksonville, Fla., recently. Wednesday, March 23, Leroy Grant and Miss Emma Sanford ot Jackson ville, were united in wedlock, iom Johnson, Bobby Williams, and Otis Starks, fellow ball players, stood with Grant during the ceremony. .drs. Grant has left for Chicago which will be the future home of the happy couple. Negro National League Club And Roster WESTERN CIRCUIT. Detroit—President, J. '1'. Blount manager, P. Hill; players: Petwav Webster, Scott, Wesley, Warfield Riggins, Miller, Moore, L. Hill, Coo per, Holland, Gatewood, Chase, Mor risort, Force, I.ane, McKeynolds Columbus Business manager, So White; manager, John Loyd; players Brown, Dewitt, Wingfield, Lane j 1 locker* Johnson, McClain, Murray 1 Regland, Britt, Alexander, Roberts iMcXeal, Grey, Wilson, Cunningham Thofttpkins. Cincinnati—President, A. Linares manager, A. Molina; players: J. Bad ron, Leblanc, Searez, Guillen, Abren Fernancez, Parrado, Jimenez, Her | r« ra, Rios, Captain, Dreke, Guerra | Haro. Indianapolis—President, C. I. Tay | lor; manager, B. Taylor; players Johnson, Jefferies, McClure, Kenyon I Williams, Rile, Day, Powell, Mackey | Brow'ii, C. Williams, Holliway, Huds peth, Blackman, Clark, Washington Jefferson. St. Louis -President, Chas. Mills manager, D. Wallaee; players: Black well, Wallace, Dudley, Keuuard, Dan age. McAdoo, Brooks, Holtz, Carr Drake, Pinner, Hewitt, Monigin Smith, D. Clark, Glass, Charleston. Kansas City—President, J. Wilkin •-on; player Kay, Potter, Mothall Donaldson, Kogan, Crawford, Curry Smith, Foreman. Coffee, Davis, Ham 11 ton, Carr, Hawkins. Pagin, Hlatner Moore, Portuanda, Sweeat, Hurley McXair, King, Harper, Mendez. Chicago Giants — President, ( Green; players: Duncan, Luther, fay lor, Ball, White, Jennings, Bachman \Y\ Green, Jinkins, Beckwith, Win ston, Jefferies. American Giants — President, A Foster; players: Starks, Johnson I Marshall, Williams, D. Brown, Wick I ware. Grant. DcMoss, B. Williams ! Malarcher. Torrenttc. Lyons, Reece Gardner, J. Brown, Dixon. WESTERN CIRCUIT. Bacharach Giants—President, B Wilkes; treasurer, J. Connors; man lager, D. Redding; players Treadwell i Williams, Harvey, Yank, Smith. Ful ! ler, I,cttus, Marcello, Pugh, Brown Barber, Lundy, Handy, Shively, Hut chinson, Ryan, Rojo. Hilldales—Manager. Bolden: play er*.: Santop, York, Whitworth, Roc tor. Plourney, Cockrell, Allen, Downs Stevens, Frances. White, Briggs, John son, Douglas, Brooks. A uciated and clubs* working or agreement with the league, but whose i roster has not been promulgated are 1’atc's Stars. Cleveland, Jim Taylor manager. Athletics, Pittsburgh, Pa. Win. Dismukes. Pittsburgh Giants Nate Harris. Homestead Greys, Cmr Posey. The Black Sox, Calgary, Can lada. S. Gordon. Dayton Marcos, J ; Matthews. The Week’s Schedule Ili»i liarach Giant*—Albany Ga., April 4, 5. 6; Atlanta, Ga., April 7, 8, 9. St. Louis Giant- Montgomery, Ala., April .1, 4, 5, ; Gadsen, Ala., April 7, 8. American, Giants—Helena. Ark., April 3. 4; Hot Springs, Ark., April 7, 8; Hope, Ark., April 9. Taylor’-. A. 11. —Indianapolis, Tnd. Regulars again* the recruits. Week of 3rd. Detroit Star- Rookies against Regulars at Mack Park, Detroit, Mich. Columbus Eagles—Training practice at American Association grounds. Neil Park, ( olumbtis, ()hio. Kansas City Monarch—At Portland, Ore gon, en route. f uban Stars—Em route from Havana, Cuba* ( hicago Giants Training practice at Wash ington Park, Chicago. HOWARD DREWS RECORD BEATEN. Track ami field athletic circles were thrown into the throes of excitement last week with the announcement of the wonderful sprinting exhibition: given hv Charles Paddock, the coast wonder,, in a dual meet held in the Golden Gate country, several days ago. The Pasadena flyer, who by thti way, was a member of the American Olympic team.'negotiated the 220 y.ird dash in the world's record time of 20 4-5 seconds, and if the record is allowed by the A. A. U. officials, it will go down in the books as being t.|ie fastest time for an eighth of a mile ever covered by a running ath jetc. The world's record for the fur long dash is held jointly by Dan Kelly and Howard P. Drew in the time of 21 1-5 seconds, and has stood the test of vicious assault from year to year. THE RHODE ISLAND 1317 R STREET, N. W.. Washington, D. C. Phone North 6676. We are pleased to Bay that our doors will open on Monday, February 28, 1921 for ins per lion of our beautiful newly fur nished rooms, for transient or permanent roomers, with private and public dining rooms. Respectfully Youra, JOLLEY and BUTLER, Detroits’ Keystone King Second-baseman, Warfield, has just finished a spirited winter’s play as a member of the American Giants. Warfield is of the class of players that fits in at any point on the baseball arena. He played in the outfield all winter with the Chicago outfit, but is universally regarded as being without a peer as a second sacker. EXHIBITION GAMES UNIONS LOOSE OPENER. Big Crowd Witness First Game of 1921 Here. CHICAGO, 111.. April 5th.—The Logan Squares celebrated the open ing of their sixteenth season by trim ming the Union Giants, 12 to 7, in ' a well played contest. Ward Miller, ’ old-time t ub, appeared for the vic tors, as did Phil Chounard. Buck Freeman was in rare form and was never in danger the five innings he • worked, His homer also helped some. Quite a crowd assembled to witness the fray, walls and playing field being sprinkled with fan*, the splendid weather bringing them to the ball yard in droves. An interesting feature of the game was the fact that the Squares made 12 runs, had 12 hits, made 12 putouts and their pitcher had 12 strikeouts. Score: LOGAN SQUARES r. h. po. a. Harley, cf . 2 1 3 0 Foreman, 2b . 2 0 0 3 * huuinard, If . 2 3 1 0 l.avin, If . 0 0 1 0 Miller, ri .1 1 0 0 (Unger, rf . 0 0 1 0 Weiss, lb . 1 1 # 0 l.ong, 3b . 0 0 "o 2 Meinke, ss. 1 2 0 3 Dennis, c . 1 1 9 2 Heiuger. c . 0 0 3 2 Freeman, p . 2 2 0 0 Mack, p . 0 1 0 0 Totals .12 12 27 12 UNION GIANTS r. h. po. a. Hingham. rf . 1 2 I 0 Peters, ss . 0 1 3 4 Anderson, 2b . I 1 2 5 Ward, If . 1 0 1 0 Bird, lb . I 1 7 0 Brown, 3b. 1 0 2 3 Coleman, c . 2 0 5 1 Scott, ct . 0 0 2 0 Smith, p . 13 0 0 1 Wilson, p. 0 0 1 0 Totals. 7 5 24 14 Union Giants .000 1 0 5 0 1 0— 7 Logan Squares .00282000 *—12 Two-base hit*— Chounard, Miller, Weiss, Dennis, Bingham, Coleman. Home run—Free man. Double plays—Brown to Anderson to Bird; Peters to Anderson to Bird. Bases on balls—Off Freeman, 1; off Smith, 3; off Wil son. 3. Struck out—By Freeman, 9; by Mack, 3; by Smith, 2; by Wilson, 2. American Giants Win Again. MEMPHIS, Tenn., April 4th.— With Johnson holding Memphis to four scattered hits, the American Giants won the second game of the series today, .1 to 1. Score: R. H. E. I Hants.000 300 000—3 8 4 Memphis .000 000 001—1 4 t Batteries—Johnson and Dixon; McNeill and Monroe. TAYLOR’S A B Cs IN WORKOUT. C. I Taylor’s A. B. C. ball to^sers. representative's of Indianapolis in the National, Cbi^bred Association, pried off the spring training lid at North western park Monday morning. Twcnty-thre* men will compose the >quad, and twelve of them have al ready reported, eager to get down to business. Bt n Taylor, brother of the A. B. ('. owner, will get as playing manager this season. .i^en has played first base for tlie local j^colored aggregation for the last five years. He is a hangup player on thrWicld and swings a mean willow. THE NORFOLK GIANTS. NORFOLK* Va., April 5th.—Nor folk will have a crack baseball team on the field this Season with Chappie Johnson as manager, who is plan ning a high class schedule. The Barlufrdchs of Atlantic City will soon appear here as well as Washington's strong team. Kittrell College is also scheduled. Among the men now in cantp are Turner, Sticker, Mahoney, Pierre, all pitchers front last year's team; Lewis and Harper, short stops from last year's team; Sason, York, catchers of last year's team, and Churchhill, a new catcher; Howard and Crump, of the infield, are also veterans; Rags and Kemp arc the veteran outfielders; | while Smith and Bacon and the new ! faces. Transportation has already I been sent for three Cuban players j who are on their way here. — Black Crackers Win Last Game of Series From Giants, 1-0. The Atlanta Black Crackers de feated Rube Foster’s American Giants at Ponce d«* Leon, by the score of 1 to 0. The game was a beautiful pitch ers’ battle between two southpaws. Streeter for Atlanta and Brown for the Giants. Atlanta put across the only counter of the game in the Seventh inning, when Reid was hit by a pitch balk. O’Neil fouled out to the catcher, but Moddox, the one-arm wonder, laid down a perfect sacrifice and Reid reached second. Davis then pasted one of Brown's fast ones to cejiter for two bags, .and Reid counted. Davis was out trying to stretch bis hit into a triple. Grant at first base played the best gntne for the Giants. Cox also played a great game for the j Crackers. Score bv innings: R. IT. E. r.iants.ono ooo onn—o 4 t Atlanta.000 001 00*—1 1 2 Hattrru**- Brmvn and Brown. l)ixon; Street er and O'Neil. Umpires—Addison and Lee. I Tel. Douglat 1256 Dr. Everett W.Cadenhead DENTIST 300 East Thirty-Fifth Street Car. Nth 9t. and Forest Are. CHICAGO CUT HIGH PRICES IN HALF BY Buying From Wholesale Distributors. Your Merchants Buy Wholesale, So Can You. Acme Wholesale Dealers Offer The Following Low Price Articles: i dozen pure silk neckties (retail price $1 each) for . ..'.$2.89 1 dozen durable good looking pairs of sox (guaranteed) retail price 3oc pr., 2.68 1 dozen latest style and standard make collars, retail price 26c each. 1.86 Ft>r complete supply including postage (20c) $7.53 If ordered together, entire supply in cluding postage .$6.98 AGENTS MAKE BIG MONEY. Special Attention Given To Large Orders For Stores. Acme Wholesale Distributors. 2376 Seventh Av., Room I, Braithcwaitc Bid NEW YORK CITY. Go To Finley’* Herb Store For Roots and Herbs, 2802 Cottage Grove Avenue. ... > * ,.y . Where You Meet All The Boys The Excelsior Club pOOl & BILLIARDS 3448 Indiana Avenue Frank (Bat) Lewis ■ v.r.. . I PIONEER SPECIALISTS TO SEE SPEED AT LOUISVILLE, KY. Tryouts at tlie two Louisville tracks Sunday morning indicated that those who journey to Churchill Downs aboard the Pioneer Special will see plenty of speed Derby Day. Coyne and Brother Batch, two of the most favorable of the western contingent for the $50,000 added stake, were sent one and one-eighth miles in 1:59 at the Downs. This was the best move any of the derby eli gible s have shown this season. The two horses, both trained by C. C. Van Meter, ran head and head throughout, hut were under restraint. After covering the mile in 1:43 2-5 the riders eased them up almost to a gallop. There has been considerable suspicion as to Brother Batch’s wind, as he has been suffering from a throat ailment, hut he gave no evidence of anything wrong. He pulled up in good shape. Ben Bolt Does a Mile. Ben Bolt, hope of J. W. Bell, local business man, was given a mile in 1:50 1-5 at the Downs. He could have gone much faster. Jockey Jack Han over, astride him, had a snug hold at all times. This horse is one of the outsiders, but his recent efforts have gained him a following. Over at Douglas Park. Muskal longe, owned by "Bud” b'isher, the cartoonist, reeled off a mile in 1:46 1-5 with little apparent effort. He tried hard to run faster, hut Trainer A. B. Gordon is working to develop his stamina rather than speed. Muskal longe lias proven on numerous occa sions that he has speed . He has tin reputation of being strictly a sprinter, but now is showing signs of staying ability. Red Legs, John S. Ward’s derby prospect, started out at a merry clip in a six-furlong workout at Douglas, running tlu* first half mile in :4.X, hut his rider took hold at this juncture and he wound up in 1:17 4-5. He is training in excellent fashion. Seven furlongs in 1:35 is the work credited to Sir Thomas Kean, from the Lloyd Gentry establishment. He was eased up throughout the final furlong. Tracks in Fine Condition. The local tracks were at their best this morning and when the crack eastern 3-year-olds begin to arrive here this week they will find two oi the best racing ovais in America over which to fit their charges. The Downs was recently resoiled to a depth of eight inches. The new loam has settled in such compact fashion that the course is several seconds faster. Kates for Round Trip Pioneer Special to Louis, vilte, Ky., May 7. 1921, "Derby Day," "Monon" Route These prices include railroad fare and wat tax. One person in tower........$ 35.0( Two persons in tower. 62. Ot One person in upper. 33.St Two persons in upper..... 60.5( Two persons in drawing room. 87.Ot Three persons in drawing room. HO.Ot Each additional person over three in drawing room . 24.Ot Two persons in compartment. 77.Of Eacti additional person over two m compartment ... 24.Of Return passage can be extended to thirty days upon request. For further particulars, call C. R McFarland, phone Douglas 5799, or Jackson Loan and Diamond Co.. 3541 So. State St. We have a specially appointed com mittee to see that the utmost courtesy is extended to the ladies. Eugene Judge High at Wilkinson’s Howlers crowded A1 \\ ilkinson's fast alleys at the Vincennes Hotel last week, displaying a sharp contrast to tlie lack of interest in the game which lias heretofore prevailed. Eugene Judge stood 239 witli tile high score for the week. Other high scores were: J. M. Moore. 234; E. Baker, 212; Fred Estabrook, 212: Hilton Childress, 209. The Sunday School League bowled there Wednesday night of this week. John Dames Issues Challenge. John Dames, proprietor of the Classy Billiards, on 31st St., last week issued a challenge to any team on the South Side to howl against his “Classy Billiardists.” Any team accepting the challenge will communi cate with the Sporting Editor, Chi cago Whip. GOITRE Vi 1 bate an haoent, proven remedy for s (Ug ueck). It ohnjka tha J giaathw once, redoc** the enlarge. ^ ment* Atone paio and diRlrMti and re- w dRwetoairtue white. PiywiMa «dL J TellyonrfriendR about ttitft. Writ© /jr meatenoe. DR. ROCK./7 Dept JT «o737, —nifc»,Wtt.#U Jl ■ ■ lillliillllliaaf BILLIARDS and BOWLSRG For Ladies and Gentlemen Free Instruction A. L. WILKINSON Vincennes and 36th Street W. T. CURTIS, Manager «■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ White Sox Grab Game From Giants. 1 The White Sox won the first game in the series now playing between them and the Alexander Giants, de feating the Giants yesterday, 15 to 5. McNair heaved for the Sox and did fine. Rogan was a batting fool lining out two triples and two singles. On Tuesday and Wednesday, the teams go over to the Sox park to finish the series. The White Sox team will leave here for the East next Sunday, but will return next winter. The score: I.. A. WHITE SOX AB K H O A Ward, It.5 12 10 Perrv, 2b .5 1 1 3 *4 Ray, c .4 1 0 3 0 Rogan, cf ... .5 3 4 3 0 Moorse, ss .6 1 3 2 6 McNair, j» .6 2 3 0 3 Hawkins, lb .4 1 1 11 1 Kiddle, lb .3 1 0 0 0 Kyle, rf .3 4 2 4 1 Totals .41 15 16 27 15 ALEXANDER GIANTS AB R H Cl A\ Foote, p. rf .5 0 1 1 1 Carr, lb ...3 1 0 K 0 Mackey, 3b .4 2 2 4 0 Bauman, 2b.4 0 2 3 4 Hill, ss .4 0 1 1 1 I'ullin, c . 3 ft 1 6 2 Baugh, p.1 ft ft ft 1 Butcher, cf .4 1 1 3 0 Davis. If .4 1 1 1 1 Woods, rf .2 0 0 0 0 Totals .34 5 9 27 10 SCORE BY INNINGS. 12 3 4 5 6 * 8 0 !,. A. White Sox.0 0 1 5 2 3 2 1 0—15 Alexander Giants ....00101102 0— 5 SC MM Am . Innings pitched—By Baugh 3 1-3; by Foote (t 2-3. Errors—I'ullin. 2; Hill, Woods, Perry. Kogan, Moore, Riddle. Home runs—Butcher, Kyle. Three-base hits—Rogan, 2; Mackey. Two base hits—Moore, McNair, 2; Perry. Sacrifice hits—Riddle, Ray. Perry, Woods. Stolen bases—Hawkins. Kyle, Rogan. Bases tin halls—OF Baugh, 4; off Foote, 4. Struck out - B> McNair, 3; by Baugh, 4; by Foote. 1 Double play Moore to Perry to Hawkins. Hit by pitched ball—Carr. Time of game— >h. 30m. Cnipires—Donaldson and Shores. White Sox Again Bruise the Giants. The Los Angeles White Sox sure ook the goods, for they again wal oped the Alexander Giants—this time l to 1 at the Giants’ Lark. King ~urry was on the mound for the Sox ind was poison for the Giants. Moore of the Sox featured with the Willow. The same teams will play omorrow and Wednesday and the fames will be played at the Giants' Park, as the recent wind blew one of he fences down at the Sox’s grounds. If the Sox. however, win tomorrow, the series will have been finished. The score: L. A. WHITE SOX AB R II O A McNair, cf .3 1 0 1 0 Kagin, 2b.4 0 0 4 2 Ray, c .5 1 8 O Kogan, It ..4 1 0 0 0 Moore, 3b .5 1 3 1 3 Perry, ss .5 1 2 1 1 Hawkins, lb .5 0 13 0 Ward, It .4 0 1 3 0 Curry, p...3 0 0 0 3 Totals .37 4 8 27 11 ALEXANDER GIANTS AH K If O A Foote, cf .4 0 2 1 0 Carr, lb .4 0 0 13 0 Mackey, p.4 0 0 0 31 McLaughlin, rf .4 0 110 Bauman, 2b .> o 0 2 2 Hill. 3b .4 0 0 1 3 Pullin, c.4 0 1 5 0 Williams, ss .3 0 1 5 1 Butcher, If .3 1 2 0 o Totals .37 1 7 27 17 SCORE BV TNNINGS. 123456789 White Sox .0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2—4 Alexander Giants.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0— l SUM MARV. Errors—Hill. 3; Curry, McLaughlin, Wil liams, Hawkins, Mackey. Kagin. Three-base hits -Pullin, Butcher. Two-base hits—Ray, Foote. Perry. Sacrifice hit—Kagin. Stolen bases -Ward, Moore. Bases on balls—Off Mackey. 4; off Curry, 1. Struck out—By Mackey. 4; hv Curry, 6. Double play—Curry to Hawkins to Moore. Wild pitch—"Mackey. Hit by pitched ball—Curry. Time of game— 2h. 4m. Umpires—Shores and Donaldson. 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