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DAVID DETS j BIG WALLOPi By A1 Monroe The. American (bants made it two in one day at Schorling’s Park Sun day afternoon. It took little efforts to do the trick. They walloped the Pro gressives a local setni-pro team in the initial encounter that lasted for six innings, the final score was 7-2 Big Whittle Whitworth was on the mound for the Rube clan and had about as much trouble with the white hoys as the French and Knglish representa tive* had with Wilson during tin Paris meeting. Whit used a fast ball, a slow ball, straight ball, and NO ball, most of the time it was the l i t named two and yet he won in easy fashion. In the final and feature contest the Giants took on the House of Davids a bunch of premature grandfathers, ttficles and : it not, as in the prec eding combat the home boys trium phed, getting more orc^ nnlv because the game lasted longer. The final Score was 11 4. Rube tried to undcratc the aged grnt'- by ‘ending one Tombo a Phili pino scarcely more than 15 years old to the mound, but this wa- impossible as Tombo had the 'tuff and Dixon had the brains so the \oungster gave a pood account of himself for the two innings he toiled Me was taken out in the third, not heratis* he was being mauled, but because Andrew Rube did not care to overwork the lad Tombo Gets Credit for Win I he sc oring rules would give Tombo credit for th* win, tin Giants being ahead at th* time Ovwn- took up the flinging dutic - How they stored, the Giants forged ahead getting a run in their half of the first Lyons was an easy out short to first DrMots singled to left, stole second and continued to third on an error. Dixon was out ihort to tir-t. I)c Mci<s scoring. The Davids took the lead for a brief scor ing two in the second Vaughn was safe on Lyon*' error, he^sie at rolled. Haufske fanned Viert/ walked. Faust walked, forcing in \ . u: hn Hanford fore ed Faust Falk struck on*. I n* Giants got two in the third DeNfoss singled. Tor rient' singled. Dixon hit to left scor ing DwMo *, Recce fanned Williams singled t*> I* it. counting i orrienti. Grant and Tomho were easy outs At this juncture Owens took the tnound for the Losteritea and experienced little trotthlc as the home ho; - sewed up the game registering four runs in the fourth Man/a Score SKt OM# GAME An • ■ R H P. A. F Lyons, ct . j 2 1 0 0 J 1 A 1 firm iOJi Duon, . . l j 6 l o Bet**, H l o i o n William*, ci . | i 2 ii Gran*. ! Ih . ill o fj I in ' .. c * o o _ o (>wena, » ,,00110 Gardner, rf . 1 3 j j o U 15 37 13 i H Of D.— K H |\ A K faust. 2t. 0 .1 0 0 0 HanTd, lb ....n 0 H 1 0 Falk. Jb . . 0 1 1 3 o Andrews, C. . . 1 ci j 0 2 Tally, j» . 0 2 1 3 0 Knapp, p . 0 ii 1 1 0 Vaughn. If . I 2 0 1 fufsie. rf. 1 3 2 0 I Ha'dike, cf . 0 0 I 0 0 VltriU, i»... 1 l 2 4 1 4 12 24 11 5 Giant* .1 1 2 4 ii .» l 0 * ll if of 1). 0 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 4 FIRST GAM K R II K ' • *r '« 1 0 0 4—7 9 0 Progrt Clives .0 0 0 0 0 2 2 9 f Haller ip* Wl- 'worth and Dixon; Gillen and nr> ant Posey Resigns As Sport Editor (Preston News .Servicei PtTTSBl RGH Pa,, Jum l “Cum” Poaey, Jr . manager of the Homestead Gravx and a prominent tigttre in lit*- basketball world, hat resigned as sporting editor on the Pitt* burgh Ameni n The announcement was made public last week Mr. I’o^e-. gave a-, hi# reason for if 'gning that other duties took up too much of his time. QPORTIVELY ^ PEAKING Djcver see «i girl base ball team? No. We have. And I just wanta tell you old boy vou’vc missed half of your life pleasures. We saw our first game Sunday on our way back from the Amerrian Giants ball park where we saw the Giants wallop a bunch of whiskered fathers; The House of Davids. How we stood all this misery in one day I can’t say but never the less we did. The game was played at 36th and Wabash Avenue. The teams w'ere the Broads vs. Narrows. The latter team is a bunch of young hoys who play a snappy game of anything other than base ball. While the former is a collection of Flappers who are evi dently trying to prove that women hotild be allowed to vote, or perhaps they were trying to play base ball. The giftnc was full of features, the outstanding ones were: a sister pitch ing and brother playing short: another was a catch by the center fielder who borrowed a chair and crawled up on the elevated railway and got a fly hall for the third out with the bases full. The final score was, eleven eleventy eleven to nine ninty nine in favor of the Broads. They might have scored more but had no place to mark them. They used two umpires who did not wear a mask on their face. How ever, their legs were well protected. We went over to one of the umps and inquired; “Why is it that you do not wear a mask and yet you protect your legs so carefully?” "Well,” re plied the Ump. "You see this hunch kicks’ harder than they throw.’ ’’ And thus we found out there was at least one person who had something above the ear, for on the very next play one flapper who had been called out on a plav that was as close a- the Atlantic is to the Pacific set up a "Punt” that would have made Jim Thorp's best efforts look childish It was not very long, however, until We had begun to wonder what else the I'mp. Had besides knowledge of bow to protect himself. for on the next play the base- were full and the Rroan’s home run slugger was up the opposing (linger purpo-rlv passed him and the arbiti r railed him out a he had no place to go, all bases being occupied Every player on the team wears glasses not so much to protect the ball from the Sun but to be able to count the acorr, It was a great game in that you could leave whenever you wanted to without disturbing any otte. Gardner, the leagues leading out fielder has been paying so much atten tion to Ills brilliant fielding lately until his hatting has fallen off considerably. This is only temporary, however, as the Giant flash is too fast to be kept from beating out several in each game. Padrone the new Cuban twirler lias been going great since joining the Giants His record being something like 4 wins and 1 defeat. if you suffer with FEMALE TROUBLEN, such as Ovarian Pains, Pains in the lower part of your Stom ach, Bearmg-down Pains, Hearache, Backache, Painful or Irregular Peri ods. If you have that tired, worn nut, Nervous and run-down feeling so -ommon to women. If you have tried all kinds of medicines and doctors, and even though you have been told that an operation was neeesaarv YOU MAY BE MADE WELL AND STRONG AGAIN. Write for FREE Booklet of information and advice to day. THE PELVO MEDICINE CO Memphis, Tenn. WANTEDi 1 Truckers and Packers ♦ B . I Loading Cement on box cars at Buffington Cement Plant, near Indiana Harbor, Indiana. No carrying. ^ Wages are on piece-work basis. Over half of our men are making more than $5.62 per day and up to |i $8.26 per day. 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MAUlALk this spring, when he said, in a joking way: "Well you won't see me at the World's series next Fall.” One Big Inning Enough KANSAS CITY, Mo , June 17.—The Mon arch* defeated the Cuban Star* today in the second game of the series Today’s game was thek second straight defeat for the boy* from ♦ he sunshine Land. The Cubans put acros* the first run of the game in the fifth inning hr rl^an hitting The Monarch* came right baclt in their half and staged a batting rally which netted nttlit run* enough to win the contest. Bullet Rogan started the rally by putting the ball over center field fence tor a home run wi»h , one man on. The team batted around in the fifth with Rogan leading with two hits. Score by innings: R. H. Cuban tars .0 00010000 f 6 Monarchs .00008000 x—8 14 DETROIT VS, A, B. C.’S SUNDAY'S LOCAL ATTRACTION LINEUP A. B. C.’s Stars Clark, ss. Lane. 3b. Washington, rf, Warfield, 2b. Charleston, cf. Jones, cf. Taylor, lb. Thomas, rf. Mackey, ,C. Wesley, lb. Holloway, If. Smith, if. Blackburn, 3b. Riggins, ss. Day, 2b. Pet way, c. Jefferies, p. Holland, p. The Detroit Star:- will tackle the Indianapolis A. B. C.’s at Schorling Park, Chicago, starting June 18. The Detroit team conies here from Pitts burgh enroutc for a swing around the Western half of the Negro National league circuit. The battle between the two visiting teams should bring out some real base-ball action as both teams have established the belief that they are among the heaviest hitting and fa-dest fielding and base running aggregations in the whole country. The two teams have met in a series already this season, and while the Indianapolis gang came out on the long end of the wins, the belief pre vails that with the breaks evenly di vided, the Michigan clan is destined to make a world of trouble for the fel lows who jumped off in the lead in the seasons’ race. Richmond Giants Playing Great Balt The Richmond Giants of Richmond. V., are playing a great brand of base ball. The Giants have played in almost every section of the country, and in each instance Rave a Rood account of themselves. havinR to tlivir . ■, -lit victories over auch team" as: Ghappic John eon's all-stars of Philadelphia, Baltimore Black '-mi d sever., I ■' f ~ <• ,, - • .assaBflasr\^naa&,,aaiHaai.s,^mit,»., | The Word ICE CREAM Means Nothing | Unless You Ask for | CHAPELL’S Ice Cream is made from Pure Pasteurized 15 Cream and once you eat CHAPELL’S Ice Cream, you J X will readily understand its great popularity. . X f If you want the Richest, Smoothest ICE CREAM, get I | CHAPELL’S ICE CREAM And CHAPELL’S j ICES j (Made from Fruit and are Delicious There Is a CHAPELL Dealer in Your Neighborhood | (DEALERS:—If you want to handle the Richest, Smoothest Ice Cream—the one that Repeats and Builds ■ Business—Call Humboldt 8320, or Normal 1255. 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The blow that spelled the .death of Flower's hopes traveled hardly* six inches on his unprotected jaw. Few saw the blow that ended the bout. A B. C.'s Trounce Keystones PITTSBURGH. Pa., June 17.- The Key* stone*, lost the first of a three-game series to the A. H C .’s here Thursday afterliOon before a record crowd, 8-2. Hampton, formerly with the Columbus Buckeyes and a gift which the local team management refused, was given air* tight support in the pinches. Manager Ben Taylor had a perfect day at the hat, getting a home run. a double, and two single* in four trips to the plate. Holloway also hit for the circuit. Both Clark and Corbett were hit freclv. Score by innings: \ B C.'s.2 2 0000220 8 11 0 . Keystones .0 0 0 () 0 1 1 0 0—2 8 1 Monarchs Beat Cubans, 7-6 . KANSAS CtTY, Mo.. June 17.—A scorch ing triple from the cudgel of John Donaldson in the eighth inning gave his the Monarch* the needed run for a 7 to 6 victory over the Cincinnati Cuban Stars in the opening game .it Association Park Saturday. With the count tied and Moore on third, tile Monarch center lu-hler leaned against one of Borda’s fast one and sent it to the left held wall for a trio of bases. A crowd of twenty-five hundred wit nessed the game. The score by innings; Cincinnati .1 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 0—6 Monarch* .2 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 x—7 Batteries: Boada and Morin; Currie, Men der and Duncan. —— — STORAGE Expert Moving - Packing - Shipping Reasons Why You Should Call Us Equipment-Service - Experience Main Office and Warehouse 4430 SOUTH STATE STREET LEACH STORAGE WAREHOUSE CO. EARL W. TYMONY, General Manager . - _____ . ~~ I • Kenwood 455 |; C OUR NEW HOME |i ]► ERNEST WILLIAMSON UNDERTAKER ||K y Day Light Chapel, Capacity 200, Outside Ventilation ■! 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