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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN TELEGKA3I, SUNDAY, 3IAY 31, 1908.
JPAGE TWO STICK WORK OF HUMAN SENSATION Popular Short Stop Makes Two Home Runs Satur day Afternoon. RICHMOND WINS CONTEST. MIAMIS BIT THE DUST BY A SCORE OF 10 TO 4 BROWN PITCHED AN EXCELLENT GAME THROUGHOUT. I. O. LEAGUE STANDING. Won. Lost. Huntington 12 8 Muncie 10 10 Van Wert 11 12 Richmond 9 12 Results Yesterday. Morning: Huntington 2, Richmond 0. Muncie 4, Van Wert 1. Afternoon : Richmond 10. Huntington 4. Muncie F, Van Wert 1. Games Today. Huntington at Richmond. Van Wert at Muncie. Pet .coo .500 .478 .429 Gregory, 2b., ..301 1 1 1 Carmony, lb., . 3 O 1 8 O O Howard, p 3 O O O 1 O Totals .. .28 1 3 24 8 4 Muncie. . . . AB. R. H. O. A. E. B. B'baugh, ss., 2 1 O 1 4 O Wills, lb 4 o O 10 O O Gillis. rf., .... 4 O 1 2 o Wolfe, c 3 o O S 1 o Hall, cf. 2 1,1 1 O Jo. B'baugh, If., 4 o Burns, 2b., ... 4 O O 3 1 2 Beck, 3b 4 1 1 1' 2 o Hiatt, p. 3 1 1 O 2 O j Totals . . .30 4 4 27 10 2 STARR PIANOS BEAT Only Seven Innings Were Played. Van Wert 0 o O 1 O o O 01 j Muncie O O O O O O 3 1 x 1 j Earned runs Muncie 1. Base on i balls-Off Hiatt 1, off Howard 4. j Left on bases Muncie 0, Van Wert 3. j First base on errors Muncie 3, Van Wert 2. Home run-Hall. Struck out Hiatt ;, Howard 3. Double play H. Bambaugh to Burns to Wills; Hardin to Carmony. Time 1:35. Second Game. By Tort. Sweet revenge did the locals have on Huntington yesterday afternoon for the defeat the Miamis administered to them in the morning. The Quak ers brought, their seige guns into ac tiion, probably in honor of the G. A. R. and blasted Mr. Romaine for seven hits for a total of twenty bases. The final score was 10 to 4. Mr. Bauman is now busily engaged in collecting home runs. Yesterday afternoon he acquired two rare spec imens. Both were inside the lot and rolled nearly to the rlgnt field fence. Jim Cameron also rapped out a homer to his favorite spot, left center. This hit was. however, in the opinion of many of the fans only a clean three begger, claiming that Cameron was caught at the plate. Umps Fleming could not see it thus and much chin music on the part of the visitors en Bued. Parker was very much in evi dence with a double and a triple out of three times up. Brown worked for the locals and he was in grand form. Not a hit was made off his delivery until the sixth, when, with two down he soaked Berg wald in the slats. Kendall followed with a single and then Fowler hit safely and Pierce errored in fielding it, allowing Bergwald and Kendall to count. In the seventh after Brown had breezed the first two batsmen, Witham singled and Romaine smash ed a homer to the right field fence. Richmond gave Romaine a rousing reception in the first. Parker led off with a triple. Cameron flew out, then Bauman came to bat. Make another homer," yelled the crowd as hey ap plauded the heavy hitting shortstop. In response, Patsy biffed one clear in to the Jimpson weeds. In the second a passed ball permitted Bambaugh to count. In the thir two errors, a base on balls, a sacrifice and a clean single by Hurst, netted the locals three more runs. In the fifth Bauman made his sDecond home run, then in the seventh Cameron contributed his four-bagger. In the eighth Romaine passed Bam baugh, hit Shinn and then was dis gusted to see Parker bring both run ners home with a double. Summary: Van Wert. AB. R. H. O. A. E. Conklin, 3b., ..4 O 2 O 1 n Stewart, ss., . . 3 O 1 1 2 O Campbell, cf., .3 o 1 3 o 1 Gray, rf., ..... 4 o o 2 O Hardin, c 4 1 1 1' 1 O Durham, If., ..4 O o O O Gregory, L'b., ..4 o o 1 . 1 Carmony, lb., . 4 o O 1 O Howard, p o O o 1 o Hunt, p 4 o V 1 O Totals .. .34 1 r 24 12 2 Muncie 77. AB. R. H. O. A. E. H. B'baugh, ss., 5 1112 1 Wills, lb :; o ii o i Gillis, p l l o -2 Wolfe, c, : -2 1 ' ; 2 Hall, cf 3 o 1 3 o o Jo. B'baugh, If., 3 12 2 1 o Burns, 2b 3 o 3 2 1 Beck, 3b., ..,.4 o 1 1 3 o Hiatt, if., .... 4 O O O 0 2 At Athletic Park yesterday alter- j noon the Starr Pianos took the Hoos- j ier Drill into camp by a score of 13 to i 1. Only seven innings were played, j The feature of the game was the hard bitting of the Starrs, Rohe and Cooney each got two doubles and Kremier got one. Sample of the Hoosiers got one double. Summary: Starr Pianos ..3 4 0 1 1 2 213 13 2 Hoosier Drills 100 0 000 1 56 Kuhlenbeck and Sullivan; Lantz and Lane. TWELVE INNINGS WITHOUT RESULT City Leaguers Waged Long Contest at Easthaven. The city league game at Easthaven yesterday afternoon between the hos pital boys and the Kibbeys went twelve innings to a 13 to 13 tie. The contest was fast and interesting and highly exciting at times. The hospital boys seemed to have an off day in the field and the error column is as large as that in which the runs are recorded Summary: Kibbeys. 40141010100 113 13 3 Kasth'vn 01027020000 113 9 13 Schattel and Snavely; Yagfii and Goehner. Totals 31 r. Van Wert t o O o O O o 11 Muncie 2 O 1 O Oil Q x-iS Earned runs Muncie 4. Van Wert 1. Three base hits Gillis, J. Bambaugh. Base on balls Howard 1, Hunt Left on bases Muncie 7, Van Wert 6. Wild pitch Gillis -J. First base on er rors Muncie 2, Van Wert 4. Two base hits Stewart, J. Bambaugh, Beck, Hall. Home run Hardin. Struck out Hunt 2. Gillis .". Passed balls X Y Z'S .WIN TEN MINUTE GAME Defeated the Elks by a Score Of 7 to 6. Hardin. Moore. Time 1 :4".. Attendance! Umpire 50. WHO WILL WIN? NATIONAL LEAGUE. New St. New St. Won Lost Pet. .22 12 .647 .17 14 .548 .19 16 .543 .17 15 .531 .18 16 .529 .17 19 .472 .15 24 .385 ..13 22 .371 LEAGUE. Won Lost Pet. .19 15 .559 .19 15 .559 .19 17 .528 .20 18 .526 .20 18 .526 ..16 18 .471 17 20 .459 .15 24 .385 Richmond. AB. R. II. O. A. E. Parker. 2b 3 2 2 1 4 1 Cameron, lb. . 4 1 1 13 O O Bauman. ss., .4 3 2 O 4 1 Hurst, cf., 4 1 I 2 O O Pierce, rf 4 O o 1 o l Bambaugh. rf., '2 2 O o 2 O Shinn, If., 2 1 O 1 O O Jessup, c, .... 3 O O 0 O O Brown, p. 4 O 1 O O 1 Totals .. .30 10 7 27 10 4 Huntington. AB. R. H. O. A. E. Donavan, cf., . 4 O 0 1 O 0 Bergwald, 2b., .310100 Kendall, rf.. ... 4 1 1 o o O Fowler, lb., . .4 O 1 13 1 0 Smith, If 3 O 0 2 0 0 Fogle. c, 4 O O 3 O 1 Strands, ss., ... 4 o l l 3 1 Witham, 3b., ..4 1 1 3 1 Romaine, p., . . 4 1 1 O 3 O Totals .. .34 4 5 24 12 3 Richmond . . . .2 1 3 O 1 O 1 2 x 10 Huntington . . .00 00 0 2 2 0 04 Home runs Bauman 2, Cameron. Three base hit Parker. Two base hits Parker, Strands. Sacrifice hits Cameron, Shinn. Jessup. Stolen bases Parker, Hurst, Bambaugh, Donavan. Earned runs Richmond 3, Huntington 2. Left on bases Hunt ington 5, Richmond 4. Struckout Brown 8, Romaine 3. Bases on balls Romaine 4. Hit by pitcher Berg wald, Smith, Shinn. Balk Brown. Wild pitch Brown. Passed ball Fogle. Time. 1:30. Umpire Flem ing. Attendance 496. MORNING GAMES, National League. At Brooklyn R. H. E. New York 5 6 1 Brooklyn 0 5 4 McGinnity and Needham; Postor ius and Bergen. At St. Louis R. H. E. Chicago ..0 5 0 1 0 0 0 3 09 13 0 St. Louis 00200000 02 6 5 Overall. Ruelbach, Brown and Kling; j Lush, Fromme and Ludwig. I At Pittsburg R. H. E. Cincinnati 0 5 0 Pittsburg 1 5 0 Coakley and Schlei; Maddox and Gibson. At Philadelphia Philadelphia-Boston game postponed; rain. American League. At Boston R. H. E. Washington 0 1 4 Boston 6 13 1 Burns and Street; Young and Cri ger. Umpire Connolly. At Detroit R. H. E. Chicago 3 5 1 Detroit 6 10 2 White and Sullivan; Killian and Payne. At New York New York-Philadelphia game postponed on account of rain. At Cleveland R. H. E. St. Louis 5 16 4 Cleveland 3 7 3 At the end of the fourth Inning in the struggle for baseball honors at Beallview park yesterday afternoon, the score stood 6 to 0 in favor of the Elks. In the fifth the X Y Z nine started in to do things and by the end of the ninth the score stood a tie. The X Y Z's won out in the ttXLbby the score of 7 to 6. The game was the most exciting played at Beallview this season. The battery work of the X Y Z's was done by Smedinghoff and Zeyen and that of the Elks by Long and Brucker. This afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, the X Y Z's will play the East Norwood team of Cincinnati. A fast game is expected. m. 0 Straw Hats SOc to S.OO Panama Hats $$5.00 and $6.00 There's a Difference, isn't There ? The difference is manifest the first time you see one of our hats. They are sold on the strength of that difference. They consist not only of more tasteful styles and superior workmanship, but in every point of excellence. 9 Straw Hats SOc to Panama Hats 5.00 and G.OO Rosenbloom, Buntsn & Co. 824 Main Street FRATS MAY ENTER LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL BEAUTIFUL TRIBUTE TO "PITTSBURG PHIL" Life Sized Horse Made of Flowers Placed on Grave. WINS DOUBLE HEADER. Muncie Scores Two Games Wert. on Van Muncie. Ind.. May 30. Muncie de feated Van Wert here in a double head er today, both contents being played in the afternoon. Gillis was a star, pulling down a sure three-bagger with a great one-hand eath and was slightly injured as he ran into the fence. He pitched the second game with master ly control. Summary: Fir6t Game. Van Wert. AB. Conklin, 3 Stewart, ss., .. 3 Campbell, cf., . 3 Gray, rf 4 Hardin, c 3 Durham, If., 3 n. H. O. A. E. o b o 1 0 0 0 2 3 2 0O20O 0 0 2 0 0 O 0 5 2 1 114 0 0 AFTERNOON GAMES. National League. At Pittsburg R. H. E. Cincinnati 1 7 2 Pittsburg 4 9 0 Weimer. Seblei; Leever, Phelps. At St. Louis R. H. E. Chicago 11 14 0 St. Louis 2 6 5 Lundgren, Kling; Beebee, McGlynne, Lush. Hostetter. At Philadelphia Philadelphia-Boston game postponed: rain-. At Brooklyn New York-Brooklyn game postponed; rain. American League. At Boston Washington 7 13 2 Boston 4 7 1 Falkenberg, Street; Tannahill, Don ahue. At Cleveland R. H. E. Cleveland 6 9 1 St. Louis 4 14 0 Jess. Clarke; Howell, Spencer. At Detroit R. H. E. Detroit 9 10 2 Chicago 5 13 2 Seivers, Schmidt; Smith, Sullivan. At New York New York-Philadelphia game postponed; rain. Pittsburg. Pa., May 30. In honor of "Pittsburg Phil," a floral piece in the shape of a life-sized figure of a horse in the construction of which over 4,000 white carnations were used, was placed at the entrance of the vault in which his body lies in Uniondale cem etery, North Side, today. At the other side of the entrance was a vase covered with canary and purple im mortels, the famous horseman's colors. The horse is a solid surface of white carnations, with eyes of glass. The tale and mane are constructed of as paragus plumosa and wild spires. It However Will Not Be in the Open, But With Much Secrecy. BOYS GO TO ANDERSON. SAID THAT THEY WILL BECOME IDENTIFIED WITH HIGH SCHOOL ORGANIZATION KNOWN AS THE KAPPAS. LIGHTNING STRIKES BUTCHER KNIFE As It Was in Hands of Man He Is Injured. Shelbyville, Ind., May 30. While Jessie Cushing, a local butcher was standing in the Bogeman slaughter house, sharpening a knife on a whet stone, lightning struck the knife and sent it to the ceiling. Cushing was thrown to the floor and rendered un conscious for a few minutes. WILL BE BUS! DAI NOT BEVERIDGE BUT ROOSEVELT, CLIQUE STRUCK AT (Continued From Page One.) by half starving the prisoners, and he asserts that a careful estimate made by him shows that the sheriff nets about thirty cents a day for meals on each prisoner. As there are something like 200 prisoners in the jail almost constantly, it will be seen what the item of feeding means. The charge is made that the food provided could not possibly cost more than eight or ten cents a day, the sheriff charging the county forty cents. Then there is the matter of vile sleeping quarters, vermin and the dungeon. In all, the accusations of this prisoner, who is an educated young man and capable ac countant, is startling, and the charit ies board can hardly overlook his story without drawing the sharpest criti cism. Sheriff Clay stands pat and re fuses to deny or affirm. Regardless of the state law prohib iting the organization of fraterial so cieties in the public schools of Indiana and the stringent rules of the local high school faculty, seven students at R. H. S. planned to go to Anderson to day to become identified with an or ganization that has all the semblance of being a fraternity. In other than school circles at Anderson, the society is known as the Kappas. Within the school, however, it is known as the Triangle. Its purported cause for ex istence is the literary and social ad vancement of the members. Although the local candidates for membership in the Kappas would not tell of the mystifying secrets they ex pect to possess before their return to this city, there were those in the local school who were not so discriminat ing. By these students it is claimed the "Triangle" was formed among stu dents of the Anderson school merely as a blind and for the evident purpose of disguising the real meaning of the organization, and the fact that in real- j ity it is a secret organization and one ! that has heretofore been known as a j "frat." , ! There is some probability that if the j identification of the local youths be- comes known, the faculty of the Rich ; mond high school will take up the mat i ter officially and institute inquiries. I It is not believed any attempt will be j made to organize a chapter of the i "Triangle" in this city, but it is ! thought likely an attempt will be made to form a branch of the real "frat" un der another name. County Commissioners Court Will Have Numerous Things to Attend To. BOARD OF REVIEW MEETS. T. P. A. WORLD Members of Famous Organi zation Prepare for Na tional Convention. AFFAIRS OF LOCAL POST. WOULD HAVE BEEN KISS IS COSTLY Muncie Man Gets Jail Sentence. Thera'wfTl be plenty doing in the county commissioners court tomorrow. The board of review will open its ses sion of thirty days. Circuit court will be in session and there are indications that the dar will be the busiest in many weeks about the court house. The commissioners will have to deal with the liquor license applications, beside the regular routine. The board of review will consist of the county auditor, treasurer and as sessor and the two appointees of the circuit, court John C. Bayer of this city and W. H. Bradbury of Cambridge City. The board will have to deal on ly with the complaints against the assessment of personal property this year. These always are fewer than the number registered against the " as sessment on real estate. ROOSEVELT TO SELECT NAMES OF BATTLESHIPS Oklahoma and Utah Not Navy List. on O'BRIEN RETURNS. James O'Brien, one of the best fel- turned to the city today after a tour j of the Southland. O'Brien left Rich- WEATHER'S QUEER PRANKS mond for Illinols and after working through that state sticking type, went PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. The rain storm of Friday afternoon played its pranks and showed the freakishness of the weather man. The rain poured in torrents in this city, but in the west end of the county there was not even a sprinkle. Post master Spekenhier and a party of friends started from this city to take Congressman Watson to Connereville after the speaking at Bethel. Al though the storm came to this city from the west and Mr. Spekenhier w-as running his car directly into it no rain was encountered and the par ty did not know it had rained until tU return aobm. ftouth to the gulf states. Jimmie beaded eastward to the coast and worked through Florida and Georgia, He returned to this city from Staun ton, Va. He will spend the summer about the local print shops. NEW POSITION. Ed. Moore, who has been engaged in the real estate and insurance business in this city for a number of years, has taken a position as collector for the McCain Realty Company of North Ninth street. Mr. Moore is well kAOwa throughout the community. ! Washington, May 30. President ! Roosevelt will soon be called upon to ! select names for the two battleships I carried by the naval appropriation bill, i Only two states are not now represent ed on the navy list Oklahoma and ; Utah. The field of choices for the j selection of names for the two battle i ships, however, was enlarged by a i provision in the naval appropriation j bill authorizing the president to pro j vide new names for the four moni tors which now bear the names of states Nevada, Florida. Wyoming and Arkansas. There will be keen compe tition between these six states for the honor of being represented by the new battleships. The report of the national secretary and treasurer I on May 1 shows a total membership of the Nat ional Association of 37, 887. with Indiana 5990 and Missouri 6067. There was a balance in the National treasury of $185,758.74, and there was paid out during the month indemnity to the amount of $19,665.17. There will be no lack of entertain ment for the delegates, visitors and visiting ladies at the annual national convention of the Travelers' Protec tive association to be held in Milwau kee, beginning June 22. The executive committee has succeeded in raising a considerable fund which will be de voted to providing for the comfort and amusement of the visitors. The week's social program will open Monday ev ening with a reception in the arcade of the Plankinton house. Tuesday afternoon the visiting ladies will be entertained by a com mittee of thirty Milwaukee ladies at a card party at the Hotel Pfister. Tuesday evening the ladies will be entertained at a big theatre party at the Pabst theatre, the finest the ater in the Northwest. On this evening the big social affair ; of the convention for the men will take place. The delegates and visi tors and members of Post B. Milwau kee, will enjoy a typical "Milwaukee Bier Abend" at the Palm Garden. It is expected that 1.000 people will sit down at the tables on that occasion. On Wednesday the ladies will be taken over the city in automobiles winding up at the Pabst brewery where they will meet the men an where an elaborate lunch will b served and a trip through the brewer: will be taken. On Thursday there will be enter tainment at Whitefish Bay, whei supper will be served. In the evenin after supper, the ladies will meet th men at Wonderland, a magnificer amusement resort, which w-ill V thrown open to the T. P. A. visitor On Friday the city's guests will t taken for a ride on Lake MichiK.: accompanied by bands of music at with every comfort provided for t the entertainment rommlttep J John Hugger is certainly a happy 1 man. His wildest ideas in house I painting has been realized and we must 6ay there seems to be "metbod in his madness," as his residence on S North Twelfth street has taken on a rich red, white and blue color that i3 beautiful. We are pleased to receive the appli cations of William Hobin. of the Bor der Bolt and Nut Lock Company, and George W. Rohe, traveling for Seck ler & Company, Cincinnati. Come up often, boys. Horace C. Starr is in Northern Michigan. Muncie. Ind.. May 30. W. H. Yst fall, a street car conductor, has a rath er strenuous method of ebowing his affection for his wlfeTashe admits, and that Is the reason he is now in jail. When he asked his wife for a kiss she denied him . this favor, he says, whereupon he used her roughly and she caused his arrest. "I just thought Jt had come to a pretty pass when a man can't kiss his own wife without " Westfall be gan. "Five days In jail and $11 fine." In terrupted City Judge Gass. "If It were not that I fear you would lose your jo I'd make the Jail sentence thirty days." HAVE NARROW ESCAPE Chamness Family Precipitat ed to Ground in Runaway Accident. ACCIDENT REMARKABLE. Economy. Ind., May .TO. Their good fortune was with them and It Is due to this fact alone that Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Chamness and two children were not seriously injured In a runaway ac cident Friday. The family was en route to Hagerstown. The horse that was being driven became frightened at a gas derrick near the roadside and tarted running at a rapid gait. Mr. !hamness braced himself and pulled n the reins. The sudden pressure napped the lines and the occupants f the vehicle were left to their fate. rhe horse dashed madly along the oad. and It was seen the swaying 's would strike a telephone pol at the laisicle. Father, mother and chll en could do nothing but hope for tssible escape from -serious injury, he pole was struck with a crash. he force was so great that the four ated in the vehicle were hurled over he dashboard. The shafts were bro ken by the compact and the horse freed itself from every bit of harness and continued on its night. The members of the Chamness fam ily struck the ground along the road side and no one was injured severely. It is regarded as remarkable that es . cape was so complete. MADE GOOD IMPRESSION. To avoid a task and to fear It is to make it oar master. To set about It cheerfully at once is to become lis master. One never sees a boisterously drunk person la a Swiss town except la the tourist season, and then the offender Invariably proves to be a foreigner. PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY The appearance of the cadet com pany of St Paul's Episcopal church in the Memorial Day parade of Satur day brought forth many favorable comments from spectators along the line of march. These youngsters In their khiki uniforms, the oldest not being over fifteen years, marched like veterans. They have been carefully Instructed In the art of war by Cap tain Paul Comstock. formerly of th United States volunteers.