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Monday, Mav C 1918.
THE TUXES. Vagc Mine JHIk. k .rv M h W V-i uimr I Iinhn&ilmsJ ssiv ; Kemm.rs. of. I MIlO lii I ! DM! Ilamiuond. r h p 11 1 l 1 1 i ... ') Ideals. Chicago Ideals Fall Victims to Champs at Parduhn Park; Big Crowd. The I '.ion Is wore not so iiiuch sr yos toiday v b. n K. ! - 1 . 3 -. the 1 la mmond luu h started taking lh.-m in tew. l!.!!iimf.ii(l piled up a. .-;u! cf four tuns, K lii.it tun ma rk.-rs in th Picur.d on n:i privr. ri.ld.rs' c!,'.Mo'. t.tid a has.- oil balls mixed in with a wild pit. h and n nice c!i-nn hit by View. In the third Hammond ,-.dd-d tuo tr.orc on two !":-?' s. a stolon base at id n Texas leaguer to left by I'i'dbr. the r:ew third ln-!li9tt. "i'h th::? bis- margin t.i work on Reynolds seemed to .i,.w (.;, little and when Jfof man shifted a eh ers. sending D I.rtvp In to relieve Hud son in tho sixth, this change sort of up set "Rig Jim" and n-'hi tn n- th--? v:i tors pot to hint for xh- ir lirst score of til1 i-n-.o. With one tror.o I.aydor.. l-adff man f..f tho I'ionls. work d Kynok!.' for a pass an-I immediately stolo stor.i! and when rw.ave'a throw hit the bascrun-lioi- in tti-. shoulder at:d thfii rolled to center field. Luden kept on to third, from where he soored easily .n R( ady"s simrie rast Knight. U-ynolds then nian.is' d to gt the side out wiih'iut any further sevring in this inning, but hn sure was wobbly in th seventh flam? v.lieii. ai'ter tl; first man sintclt.il. he gave the next hitter a pass only to have the man following crack out a hit over second, scoring one rutin r and sending the other to third. The man on rtrst lost no time in stealing second but was held there while the runmr on third scored on a lor.jr fly to 1 ft. With one cut and the tyimr run on second it was then put up to Zwiefku. the visitors' pitcher, and he sure oat no through with a Ions double u gainst the fence in riht center. Not beiriK satis fied with Ins two base blow Zrtiefka tried to steal third but was an easy out. DcLuve to Firdler. Layden then struck out finally retiring th side. Hammond tried hard lo break up the tie in their half of the irnim? but Zwiefka was lookin to" pood and they couldn't put over the needed tally. How ever, when the Ideals failed to chalk one up in the first half of the eighth Hammond quickly tot busy in th-ir en -J of the frame whon Most;!, the tirst man l.a don, cf, . Re.:d, rf. --. W.l'.o'd. II). ... ! itmide. i Kn b- I. i's, St.-uk. n. Ilayderi. if. j Seeley. e. j Madura, c. ! Zv. i . ' ka, p. I Totals j Ideals Hammond ' i Two-bn so Ji'ts--R j b'.e iday ! b'fiaan t balls ' ff Roynob! ... t f -. . i ...' ... 1 . -- 1 .1 ii t) 1 1 1 U ! it t 1 1 2 1 1 ( t'. (i :; 1 ii h !-o 0 2 1 '. 0 1 1 2 1 H 1 1 0 1 It 1 1 1 n e : o ii ii xi:rEi; wax a ma.wx league pexxaxt, IiLT LA JO IE GOES XTIiOXG iX uixons 3 o o.'. i IS ;C,l v V V 4 .''.' ' V -t , ,.,f i e- j 1 7 ; r T isjtniibnhLLu mm r pa THE STA1TDIKGS AMERICAN lli-STO. t : :. ib 0 ii O 0 0 1 .1 o " fi 2 2 '1 0 0 0 2 -i'!v. Xftii-'tn I"U kr.iiiht. .a--e '! ; y 'X i" lot'k i. 4 n iirti' lit nit T.y 2. r:c a s : n . R- n;,ldi. t-.--- 'a , sen. 1i: by ;i ftcr tv. o alt. ttij. ti tl," s!iort-t..v. anceii both mo P!t -h r to tirst. f lira An in I'.. '.;rl. from (' ary. lo. i 0 . ' :;:.! a. id il 'i;!i. to y u Til'ioe, was saf" err.' r. ICiintiiiiTs ;i'i wi'.on he went out. 1 1 1" ti w it h the it. ii Md tho li'tv !!' ''.. Id' r a sirorie on' to t,o third !..is man's shim-, nau it k both Mos'il pr.d liofr.ian. Wit- n the left fi.doer ro:-.!rn-d tVo tall t,. the inn. Id llourlio v;is cauici't b- tuo. n i'r-t t, second anal was an easy out. I'i db-r then popped to the second haoman and the innini; was over. ltctn Ids s u down three men in a row in th" ninth, strik ins out the last man for jcood roeasuro. The majority ef the f irv w.-nt licone f.elinc prit'y well sntisf'.ot.j with Roynolds" pitchinjt notwlth'standinj? his one bad inr.mp. as they figure that this b.-ins dim's first jc-itiie .f the y a r sac'n a thing was to b" ixncct-'d. but a: tho soason roils rn and Reynolds cut inifs to pain the ontid' tice of t!ie fans ar.d players he should make a c.-ipabb' man for the j'.b. The box score: , k W is 1 x 4 - $ . , The Marsh iilfi ivm Ih.-ir f a;r:h game of ti.o s.'a.-' ' i ji Oi nl:iv at 1 la 1 orooi.T, uliii'. ih.y 11. 1. at .il tho Mi'Soutis, 2 to 1. oi " r h 10 a I.. !'ct. j noston . 1 2 .7 if. 'h-ve'iiid ! fi .OH' 1 '!! Ii .'Alio - ti ij .f.ii'l j .. - York . X .:.'.. , i id : iSii r. " i", .1 ".", ' i 1-hilad. It l.'ia " . !23 j :'t. I...uf A S .42: ! t Washington . .". 1" .V.'ri ! i:t:i',ii!y. If. I la ta s I , ss. WaOh. t-r M lit' v. of. . Irish. 1!.. . ':..'. I'll. 2b. It !f, ;d . S'o:os, lib. Hanlit'i-'. c. i era;. . p - -I.a.'.n .. Totals .Ji 1 1 0 ..I 2 I . 0 1 2 (i ' .-ft 1.1 0 '1 . .o i s n n 1 1 2 " '! II II 1 C .11 1 0 1 'i .ii 1 12 1 ft 0 1 1 II II I .11 .1 o .2 S 27 il a R 0 i ... A - .'. h po .1 1 2 J) 0 1 l.aan ran for Wnl li to lutiih. V.in niti: run scoi'd by l.avan. KiSSOUl-lt. r lftll. rf. Slit)"!:--'. :i. ll-ik, lb. 0 Ulintt. 2b. I i.-a. on. ss. .b liia-i'ii. of. Wa'.d. V. ' 'i.tib-y. c. Wli t "o. n. p. -J'cy. if. - 0 1 li 1 (i 0 u 0 5 1 ; o o i 4 ii n ii i o o (i i 'i ii o 1 fi n ti il 12 1 0 2 2 ii 1 2 0 Yeetercty'a Stiulti. Detroit. Chicago. 2. i"t. Uou::;, CH-ei-)v..J. (. Games Today. Cleveland at t'hhairo. .St. I.outs lit fictrolt Hoston fit New York. , Washington. atl hifad. lpl.i-t. HATI05AL I.'E ARTJE V. X. w Y"rk 14 I'HIt'AHii 11 I'hilad. dr'hia - S I'M t shuri-'h 7 I'itK'innati . s 1 l:i..ok!n 7. 1 :'!. Louis f 1 I'.oston :i i Teuterfiay's 2csti!ts. Chienso. ' : St. I.ouis, 0. t'incintiat i. Z; Pit 1 sbtirtth. I'lttsburgh. 4: riocinnati Games Today. htcaco at 1'ittsburjch. New Y'ork at lioston. Cincinnati at St. I."uis. I'li.ladflphia at Rrooklyn. Rot. .03" .7C Fi :! .ram .44 1 .51? "fin mm. TO BDLO Ml CARNIVAL FORJTS CADETS Military Events Will Bo Feature of Games on May IS. i. i 12 ft Liberty A. C. Trounce Standards 10 to 3 The Statidani A. of Hammond b.st its openir.fi Km" to th Htrfti'.it I.ib.-riy A. C. o- Kat f iofiirn. Ind.. yesterday by a score of 10 to a. Liberty players collected about 7 hits off J..hn St d ;a and the Standards got 3 ch-an hits off the Liberty pitclier. )n account of bad weatlier in April the Standards were r."t able to practice and had but 2 days of practice for this frame. Xext Sum'ay the Standards will have the same lino o.p nRdnst the Kasper A. f. of West Hammond. Any teams wishinp tramps with the Standards please call 706 or write Sam Fdtufakiss. manntr?r. cor., ('oluitdua and Morton avenues. Kr.-y l.a i;.. . I.arry I.ajoie was never able to win a ma.io - lea'ut jK-nnsirtt. Ho is ons of the few great tall p!ayers who never brcke- in'o a world':! series. The nearest he came to the Hue ribbon bouts was in 1908, when Cleveland, under his management, was nosed out of a ehfampionshrp on the very last day of the .-eason. In the minors, however, the Ax Frenchman is proving a wizard cf a manager. Last .-.oa.-on he pi'uted the Toronto team to the championship of the international league, ind this season he id irerw .-ally tigged to win the Anicricau Accis.a P.- i wi-'u the ludianapoli cm. poor mmmm KEEPS DOWN MI3KE liy II. t . II VMII.TdV 'I nitfil Pri s italT .rrriiiident.) NKW YORK. Mav 6. Rilly Miske; in't ! -ir.t, i' '!!-: ! t."l n a pr'"i- !'lo faotoc ir the crown :n "f a r.ew w- t Ill's I li.avyv. t sin.: '.y b.i.ia-.. ho hasn't been pf.-j." t ly manaireil h.s of!' its' t-. !: -. in'.. t!i hoc , ;- j the biic fellow.-. If h" had been p'of i i.'y hi i. died tiai-inif his serpps with - iio- )i. a , i -s b" v . i 'o1 io v.- be in lira foC H . !., k i't tio- W ..1 Id's title. As : in. w siatd- 1 ir! tl. v. ill have '", wait a whib. I M'i , 't 1 b it !'-!.- '.r. I j N.-'.v York a Lit!,- icar that, a j ar I j a..o w h !' ;.. ! (..! .' f -a'. 1 liat- jt'ititT Lewinsky in .) ten i..'ind i T atj the C lei it., ti t i 'ji, i','"'kl;n. He 1-, itn- 1 j m- I'd 1 he .:!.. ion ,u- r ; 1 Mor- J .a.'.'s .; !. b.r.de and pt r.-neli'-d I. in'- -it in th" f.v..r of .Vow York tiuJit , fans for 11 to ' t . ' oo--. Sob enuent ! i.fi :! . in " v Y ... k ' 'ilv ;.dd"d t h's P'i a a ! a r 1 1 y in tia iar towns. MiaK-s t-; st.ow.n a-.;nst Ti.dj H m. t .la k I'.ii o: etol f-.tiKht the Fulton and hi- s t:. nt v"ot'! y v - j Hof o-r a draw, start inti' the fortni-r T'.'i i'ov, b r l.y'oai yii- sib-n ' mankiller on the I e.d t. ; t i".:d-- 'o toat he t.i ill, t.- hold his own with list If ('.liven. Ttin he mr Ii,lln Tid-.ls Mat:-ha!'s 1 0 0 e 0 ft 0 0 1 2 Missouri; 0 n 0 1 0 ft ft 0 0 1 Two-has- hits F.-.'-noh, Hill. Harding. St'd.-ri l-:i:--s- I.iuati. Walsh. lilui't. 'I'l.t ' e-ba -a bit Irtsh. Struck cat liy ilrtiv, l:": by Whitman. R. Rases on halls (iff Crav. 2; ;tf Whitman. 3. Wild inch Whitman. aR.iin anil iravi- hitn a fin pasting. Tho third meeting' between the pair Mas a son " aff.tii for ldli'.n, f !' he was Riv en tho w.v. t b.atiriir .f his life. The i'- is only one man who appears to hiivo it on M:sle, and that scrapper is at last only a middleweight. Ii" 1 Tommy '".ib'a .ns. a native of St. Raul, whi.h also claims Misk f.-r its own. tl.ai.ans and Mi.-k.- have met stveial tie'.' s. w it! th.- fort:, or row ays comitoT i at en the fi.-nt. end of the points saot'i'. Kv.n Tom has been unable to i lioroiiB-hly 1" .it Miske. The licht Isc-iivy star litsu slwayj been coming bai-k f r n,".-- and mor hin he met the :! lustrous br-.-th-r of the n.ore il-l-:tr.ais M k . It fettatniy is too bad that Misko i.-n't a little heavier, for he possesses taore r-;-.l 1". i: ) ' I n s-.'ttat than nrtv or the h"-a ywolubts tiro'tnd the count' V. He would easily be a champion if h- .-.ul add a few more pounds. mm BEITS SHABKEY I'IIILAri:LnnA. FA.. May 6. Rote Herman, bantamweight champam. wlio is now in the naval reserves, earned the decision over Jack Shatkey. the New York ntry. in their six rami npajr-m-tit at th- National Athlon.- club Sat urday. The title hold' r was a trif.e wild nt th" b'-srinnitiK of th. bovit. but he t came back m tlie htlh aial sixth rounds and did exo ptmna'ly jcood work with I ft jabs ard right books. The bout was d htyed more than foi ly-f've mlntues whil" m.-mb. rs of th Lib- rty ban commi'tee sw ;n into ac tion, and they took the houe hy storm. In all, $2.1".0 was the total subscrip tion to 1h- loan raised at the club. I". T. Stotestiur.-'. the rath '-'id magnate. I3I.nf.iJll N". 1TOV. INI'., May f' -Al1 athh-tio arni'. a 1 and fi 'd day for 1 be )ft cadois of Indiana university, most of whom are athletes, will be stated or Jordan field Saturday. May Is. This is un.'i.iuiii'ol by A. F. ballon, military omma isda nt . Tto-i- will be traek and field events and miluiry finds with open conip-ti-tt'.ji ft. in .ail coiTipar.KS in the roKi m nt . '1 iiere w ill be ten athh-tic events run off m th- itiurnniR, starting at '. ,.!. k. and tad!.- military events in th" aft. rr.'ion. startiiifr at 2 o'clock. The conie- ianls in thse ev.nts will be limi' d, and only tho ! - I m n in each com pany will larticipate. in seme of them, because of th: large number of m-t cligibl". EDDIE M'GDOBTY JOINS NIIIOUL now Die- licavifi't subscrihoi. If You Think THE TIMES Is Doing Its Bit Your Support Is Al as Heaven. Elfin r.iiners. All over L"unio a popular belief prevails th;;t elfin minors are con stantly laboring in the towels; of tho mountains, where they have accumu lated enormous stores: of precious met tils. In Wales they ere called "knock ers." They ma'ue stratifre noises, an.l tlx t:.i pilot; of their picks may often be hoard in ore bodies not yet reached by the human workmen. Anion many others v. ho will board a tram for 'amp lrant this morning as drafted men for the national army is Ilddie Mo'loorty. noted rniddlewe ight fichtcr. whose h.mf is in Os-hkosh. Wis. McO.orty lias be-n drafted and will be inducted" into service by local board No. S6. 0hko?h F.ddie will not have the on portunity'to get even with Phil Karri em for that knockdown scored in a Ra- otne nnp a short time afto. for he will . be- too busy loarnii. g how to fight for demo, racv to engage in a return match . with the junkman, as had been rdanned. p'ox'tty is diFppointed ovr his sud- , ilcn call, one r-ason being that he want ed to .nli.st and work his way up lo a regular army job. TRACK MEETS SATURDAY Illinois. 69 2-3; Notre, "o". 1-" Carroll. 70; Beloit. 43. Rrincfti.n. G: Columbia. 11 Minnesota. lo; Nabrafka. 4 7. Ames. 60; Iowa. 67. Cornell, f-2: IV.ston Tech.. 44. 'U'aiiliLis.W o p. r a. - - - . 'v - . -. J V" i , - ' Information has come to me, that Wni. J. McAIeer, of Mammoiid, attorney for the Saloonkeepers' Associations of Lake County, has sub mitted a slate containing the names of certain candidates to the officials of said Associations with instructions to distribute them among all saloonkeepers as the candidates for them to support. The name of (BE&sSe MmBiQ&v my opponent, is at the head of that list. It might appear to the casus! observer, that by using the machinery of the Saloon keepers' associations, Mr. McAIeer would perchance re-enthrone himself in the Republican politics of Lake County. Will the citizenship of this County approve of such manipula tion and the nomination of all the candidates on McAleer's slate? Ei 3 PgeilsbUqsj &m:3 Eio&iozS Frasscsjof o? L&k& (DoinsSy, I premise the citizens thereof, that I will give my persona! attention to the prosecution of all cases the upper courts, and I will devote my time to practicing in the City and Justice of the Peace Courts in Gary. 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