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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM. TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1915
FOR MOTHER'S SAKE
SPEEDWAY DIRECTOR
WOULD BAR DAWSON
CONCERNING CANCER
Write to The Weber Sanatorium, 17
Garfield Place. Cincinnati. Ohio, for
Information concerning the Medical
Treatment of All Fonns of External
Crr ths. especially Cancer. Estab
lished 25 years and -well endorsed. 96
rage book free.
Sports and athletics
Baseball
Y. M. C. A.
Bowling
R. H. S.
LONG REFUSES
TO SIGN WITH
RICHMOND NINE
President Patti Negotiates
With Dennison (O.) Man
ager Applegate Replaced
by Heavy Slugger.
A new outfielder will be signed by
the Richmond club today. This player
comes to the club with the reputation
as a slugger of note, being the main
stay of the club with which he has
been playing. Claude Applegate, who
has been in the left garde"n for the
the aggregation the last two Sundays,
has fallen away down in hitting. As
this is what the club expects of its
outfielders, the management did not
feel that it could carry him any longer
although he is know as a player of
ability, and one that will have no
trouble in signing with some fast
club.
He realized that he had not been
living up to his reputation, and only
last Sunday voluntarily offered to re
sign if the management did not think
he was going good enough. Applegate
is one of the cleanest player who ever
wore a Richmond uniform, and the
club will hate to loose him for this
alone. '
The failure of Chic Long to sign a
contract to play regularly was quite a
blow to the club, and Harry Patti will
get in touch with the manager of the
Dennison (Ohio) team tonight and
try to get him to allow Long to work
regularly for the club. In the 'mean
time, Kenney is after a man in Cin
cinnati who has quite a "rep," and be
lieves that he has a good chance of
signing him.
For the opening of the I. S. L. the
clXib has arranged a feature. It has
heard of the great work of the mayor
when he delivered the first ball of the
opening of the S. A. L., and has ar
ranged for him to act in like capacity
for the opening game ot the league
season. He will also be on the job
with another one of his famous
speeches.
Baseball Standings
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Won Lost Pet
fnicago 20 12 .625
Philadelphia 17 11 .607
Pittsburg 15 15 .500
Boston 14 16 .467
Brooklyn 14 15 .483
St. Louis 15 17 .469
Cincinnati 12 16 .429
New York 11 16 .407
Yesterday's Results.
Chicago, 9: Boston, 1.
Xo others played; rain.
Games Today.
Chicago at Philadelphia.
St. Louis at New York.
Pittsburg at Brooklyn.
Cincinnati at. Boston.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Won Lost Pet.
Chicago 23
Detroit 22
New York 17
Boston 13
Washington 13
Cleveland 13
St. Louis 14
Philadelphia 11
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.647
.567
.481
.448
.419
.412
.344
Yesterday's Results.
Chicago, 5; New York, 4.
Detroit. 4; Washington, o.
St. Louis. 4; Boston. 3.
Philadelphia, 5; Cleveland, 4.
Games Today.
New -York at Chicago.
Washington at Detroit.
Boston at St. Louis.
Philadelphia at Cleveland.
FEDERAL LEAGUE.
Won. Lost. Pet.
.625
.600
.563
.559
.500
.4S4
.382
.294
Yesterday's Results.
Chicago. 4; Buffalo, 3.
Kansas City, 2; Newark, 1.
St. Louis. 2; Baltimore, 1.
Brooklyn at Pittsburg Wet ground.
Games Today.
Buffalo at Chicago.
Newark at Kansas City.
Baltimore at St. Louis.
Brooklyn at Pittsburg.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Won Lost Pet
indianapolis 21
Kansas City 17
Milwaukee IS
Louisville IS
St, Paul 15
Cleveland 14
Minneapolis 12
Columbus 12
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.618
.548
.545
.545
.469
.467
.429
.364
Games Today.
Indianapolis at St. Paul.
Columbus at Milwaukee.
Cleveland at Kansas City.
Louisville at Minneapolis.
t, i
The first F. A. M. state convention
in Oregon will be held in Portland,
May 29. The day following the as
sembly a big race is scheduled for
the Rose City speedway.
There are now 16,814 motorcycles
registered in Ohio.
Jack C. Carr of Indianapolis has
just been appointed Indiana state F.
A. M. commission by President A. B.
Coffman.
Pittsburg 20 12
Chicago 21 14
Kansas City IS 14
Newark 19 15
Brooklyn 15 15
St. Louis 15 16
Baltimore 13 21
Buffalo 10 24
International Flavor of Indianapolis 500-Mile Race Will Be
X?E IVL MA CHEWOUn" RE.STA OLrsjrEr?
thatYontesLather-Time on the thresh0,d of the next Indianapolis 500-mile race. May 2U, the attention of the entire
I Even in the trenches of Europe, where battle scarred soldiers are ducking shot and shell the outcome of th. nflint .;n v. , j ,
it not for the fact that they are engaged in a sterner task, practically every European "driver of note wcld now awaited Were
of motors and the bark of exhausts instead of the boom of cannon and the crackle of ' machine eun Z - - P ,l8ten,n,f to the roar
Even so, the international flavor of the next Indianapolis 500-mile race is far from lackine "Ten f oreiirn carT thitvlf i 'C?7m
starters, are found among the contestants, with the most celebrated drivers of the old world ! anc f the new T Fhv ' Athild.0yhe ta' fieIdfcofJinal
Chief among the European delegation is Dario Resta, winner of the recent VanderbiTta
He has a formidable rival, however, in Porporato, the Sunbeam pilot who has been 11 inJr ZrJit lJt m 4contes,ts.at, San Francisco, with his Peupeot.
there are DrPaltna. Burman. Oldfield, Chevrolet,' Pullen. cr? WUc Then
ning, and may bo ni timed ax victors. ' dna any numDer 01 others who must be figured in the run-.
On the whole, the "00-mile race looks like a toss-up this year, with no one certain of a nrive until ..ft...- i . . .
duce one of the hardest-fought battles in historv. eve v mn inin, hil, n" L ItPl . "ntl La- ' thV.""11 ' .r- Tn,s 'P'"''" re
thought almot certain.
ROOP LANDS BERTH
WITH SOMERVILLE
Carl Roop has signed with the Som
erville (Ohio) aggregation to finish
the season as first twirler. Lefty Fox,
who last year worked for the Rush
vine club and who was considered a
high-class pitcher, was given an aw
ful drubbing Sunday by the Hamilton
Hoovens, and the Somerville manage
ment let him go.
Roop worked in the box for the New
Paris team when it met the Ohfo
team two Sundays ago, and made a
big hit with the followers of the team,
who clamored for the club to sign him.
His first engagement will be against
the Vigrans, when they play a return
engagement with Somerville Sunday.
The Richmond team won the first
game after eleven innings. Last Sun
day, Roop, pitching for New Paris,
held them scoreless, so the game
should be every bit as good as the
first one.
QUAKER NET TEAM
LOSES FINAL SETS
Edwards and Laning, representing
Earlham in the state championship
'meet at Indianapolis yesterday, got
into the finals but lost the double
honors to Eaglesfield and Jay of Wa-,
i bash. The Wabash pair took the first j
two sets, 6-2, 6-2.
In the first round of the doubles, the !
I Quakers defeated the Wabash team, i
1 7-5, 6-3. In the' semi-finals Hanover
! put up a hard fight but lost, to Earl-:
! ham's players, 6-2, 4-6, 6-2. ;
j Earlham's representatives in the )
I singles defaulted to Hanover in the
I first round.
BERTSCH'S PITCHING
BEATS OLIVE HILL
CENTERVILLE. Ind.. May 25.
Bertsch going well, Centerville dis
played a brand of come-back that,
was too much for Olive Hill, taking
the game 7 to 5. Bertsch allowed
but three hits, and whiffed twelve bats
men. Wilson, the Olive Hill twirler,
was derricked alter five innings. The
score:
Centerville 7 11 5
Olive Hill 5 3 7
FANS TAKE TIGKETS
FOR S. A. L. GAMES
Tickets for the only sport event in
Richmond Saturday, the double-header
in the S. A. L., at Athletic park, are
going fact. Reports are coming in
from the players that a crowd every
bit as large as the one that attended
the exhibition game last summer will
attend.
The first game will be called at
1:30 o'clock and will go the full nine
innings. The second game will be
called immediately afterward.
in the Next Big fifty 1 housand Dollar SweepstaKes Contest as Usual I
w uutuisianee nis
REXALLS ISSUE DEFY
The Rexall baseball team has been
fully organized, and hereafter will
play on Sunday afternoons only. The
line-up of the team follows: Kramer,
ic; Brumfield and McConaha, p; Mc
' Manus, lb; Fitzgibbons, 2b; Coates,
:ss; Schepman, 3b; Mahan, cf; aBker,
i rf; Nestor, If; Brown, Parker and
i Beisman, utility. The management
! would like to hear from teams at
i Greensfork. Centerville, Hagerstown,
j and any other towns in this vicinity.
I Adress E. B. Bowman, 105 Richmond
! avenue, or phone 3203.
! NOTES OF EVENTS j
IN MOTOR WORLD !
:
A 300-mile grand prize team relay is
' to be held June 17 by the Boston Mo
j torcycle club.
I Pennsylvania, Maryland and AVest
i Virginia are to be included in the
route of the 300-mile endurance of the
Wheeling (W. Ya.) Motorcycle club,
to be run June 20-21.
Note
The
Tread
Compare These Casing Prices
With Those on Plain Treads of Other Makes
31x 30 - 12.20 4ix34 - 27.30
4 x 33 - 20.00 A x 36 - 28.70
4 x 34 - 20.35 5 x 37 - 33.90
Fisk Tires For Sale By
Bethard Auto Agency
Richmond
Rainey Leads Grays
Hitting at .590 Clip
Following are the batting a vera
five games played to date. Manager
average of 590, with F. Gooney a
in five games. Lucas, Hampton, Ni
better for the five games. Knight
in one game are tied with 750 each
es, with 5 to his credit. Knight and
the rest of the season.
AB. R.
Rainey 22 2
Cooney 22 7
Stanley 15 S
Hampton 11 4
Niebuhr 21 3
Lucas 19 2
Roop 14 2
Sowers 7 1
Juday 5 1
Brown 6 0
Reid 7 0
Gephart 4 1
Knight 4 0
Haas 4 2
The Three S's
Safety
Service
Satisfaction
Are All Found In
NON-SKID
Present
DDRMAM"
racing world is concentrati
ing ok
rivals. fjt j hat the rec, ,J . w ill Jail
IS
ges of the New Pans Grays for the i
Bill Rainey leads his club with an!
close second, hitting the pill for 545,
ebuhr and Stanley are hittiag 300 orj
and Haas who have only participated !
Cooney leads the club in stolen bas- j
Haas have signed with the Grays for
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Reg. V. S. Pi. oil.
Tim.toR.-br.T
(Buy Fuh)
INDIANAPOLIS, May 25. "If Joe
Dawson attempts to drive in this
year's 500-mile race I shall use every
influence in my power to bar him
from the track," says A. C. Newby, a
director of the Indianapolis motor
speedway, on which the big race will
be held.
"Were Joe alone to be taken into
consideration I might have no objec
tion, but such is not the case. Every
one knows the agonies Joe's mother
endures every time he starts a con
test, and I believe that, after the or
deal she was forced to pass through
last year, when her boy hovered be
tween life and death for weeks, she
is entitled to a rest.
"All the years that I was in the
racing game (Newby had a string of
National cars in contests for years)
I never permitted a married man to
drive for me. I figured no man had
a right to gamble with the happiness
of one as dear to him as his wife. In
Dawson's case, I believe mothers
should be included in the list, though,
of course, ordinarily every man must
be left to settle such matters tor him
self." Newby's statement, coming from a
man who is financially interested in
the racing game, is epoch making. It
foreshadows the time when commer
cialism will be a secondary feature
in every sport, as long as that sport
is strong enough to be self-supporting.
TO REDUCE DANGER-1
OUS VARICOSE VEINS
People who have swollen veins or
bunches should not wait until they
reach the bursting point, which means ;
much suffering and loss of time, but
should at once secure from any re
liable druggist a two-ounce original i
bottle of Emerald Oil (full strength)
By using this powerful, yet harmless
germicide treatment improvement is
noticed in a few days and by its regu-,
lar use swollen veins will return to
their normal size and sufferers will
cease to worry. The Emerald Oil treat
ment is used by physicians and in hos
pitals and is guaranteed to accom
plish results.
It reduces all kinds of enlarged
glands, goitres and wens and is used .
exclusively in many large factories as
an unfailing first aid to the injured
antiseptic. Leo H. Fihe can supply
you. Adv.
AMUSEMENTS
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE
AND PARAMOUNT PICTURES
MURRAY
SHOWS START 2:15 and 6:45
5C
Last Time
Tonight
10c
Paramount Picture Corporation,
by special arrangement with the
New York Motion Picture Cor
poration, presents
GEORGE BEBAN
in
"THE ITALIAN"
Produced by Thomas Ince, Pro
ducer of "The Typhoon" and
" The Bargain."
VAUDEVILLE
LAST TIME TONIGHT
HARRY AND LONG
Singing. Dancing and Noveltv
Act.
Wednesday "The Brute"
TONIGHT
Chapter 19.
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AMUSEMENTS.
VDITHEATRE
hm 1 1 I W Main and 9th
TONIGHT
2 Reel Corned y
"Battle of Running Bull"
One Reel
"DESTINVS TRUMP CARD"
Ft C A D
PHOTO-PLAYS
TONIGHT
3 Reel Feature
"A DEADLY HATE"
An adaptation of the piay by
George Roberts. Featuring
MARGARET PRUSS1NG
c
MURRETTE !!
TONIGHT
2 Reel Reliance
"ADDED FUEL"
One Reel Comedv
FERDY FINK'S FLIRTATIONS
THE UNION
MR DOME
SOUTH 10th ST., OFF MAIN
TONIGHT K
The FOUR JUVENILE
KINGS
Formerly of Richmond
Comedy, Character Sing
ing and Dancing.
Galloway & Roberts
The Coon-town Rambler
THE GREAT KINZO
Japanese Novelty
Juggling
MLLE. MARTHA and
SISTER
And Two Reels of Pic
tures. Change of Bill Thursday.
2 Performances, 7:30 &
9:00 P. M. Admission,
15c and 25c.
a
Theatorium
Main St. Bet. 6th and 7th. C.-4
TONIGHT
30 Slides cf the
Willard
Johnson
Actually taken at the ring
' side. Don't miss these won
derful pictures.
20 Slides of the
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