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NASHVILLE GLOBE FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1913.
m 1 RAILROAD TIME TABLES LEADERS COS LOUISE. I JUffi! The Kin of Kew Union Station, City Ticket OrBoa, 13 (Corrected to juneZ3, '12) BALL 419 Fourth Ave., H OUEKED r-. :iS Athletic Park HONDAY, JUNE 23rd, IS13 Two Fast Games So. Stars IfOBiockSox Athlefisi Im. W. Swifts 1st Game 2:30 2nd Game 4:00 These Games are under the auspices of THE CAPITAL CITY LEACUE Admission 25c Ladies 15c Globe Takes Measure. of A. H. E. in Eighty Inning Rally. ; Black Sox Forgoing to the Front, Beat Y. M; C.1 A. DecisiYily in the Double Bill. THE CITY FEDERATION. The City Federation is called to meet at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, corner Eighth avenue and Gay street, Friday at 3:30 o'clock p. m., June 20th. All clubs not already federated are urged to federate at thi3 meeting. A full attendance is expect- When You Want a Good Drink CALL FOR riGGb Springs Tennessee Whiskey lEIdemon Distilling Co. DISTRIBUTORS EvansviHe, - Ind ed. Some business of importance and interest is to come before the meeting. ANNOUNCEMENT. On Monday, June 23, the Pytaian Uniform Rank Twentieth Century No. 8 will have an entertainment at Paynes Chapel A. M. E. Church, the? proceeds of which will be used for the building of the new church which has already begun. The public is cordially invited to help us in this great effort. REV. II. L. P. JONES, D. D., Pastor. BUSINESS CONCERNS IN COLUM BIA. There is unusual activity among the business men of Columbia. This fact was very evident to a Globe rep resentative on a visit to the metropo lis of Morris county this week. There are seven grocery stores doing good business, prominent among them be ing the firm of Sanders &: Merrill. Another company that Is doing a thriving business is Thompson & Company's Music and Furniture Store on Glanton street. Mr. Thompson, the manager of the company, is a product of Tuskegee and has been able to build up a big business in Columbia in his line. He make afl repairs all kinds of furniture, tunet, all kinds of instruments and also re pairs tbeni in the most satisfactory way. The business is growing rapid ly and is destined to become a potent factor In the development of Colum bia. , Noon Day Lunch Gafe. Mrs. M. L Johnson, Owner; Srrvr Mm!s at nil Honrs. Short Oriiera a Sptcialtr. 215 Locowt Street. s II o a: s Patronize florae Industry Ma.le To Ord.r That Wear Well Repaired hy th Old Hand System Best of M it-rrinl and Workmaaship Cit'o. W. rsz'ler Plione M. Itiill 417 1-2 Cede ' r. ao hall that the people may lay aside BLACK SOX 11, R. M. C. A. 2. xl cnj0y an evening Baseball fever in Nashville was at the car s of l ie ana , y its highest pitch Monday when the ; ot V Jejju QQe ha8 Ule Capital City League pulled oft a dou-; earn a language and :n- ble header at Athletic Park. , f"1 unmail,y manners. rr.,o m,, between the Black uuiKe m Sox and the Y. M. C. A., Nashville Globe and the A. M. E. The. rivalry Wobe- between the.se teams was intense and u rrnwrtK came iroiu -'w of the city to witness tlu as a all parts contest. The first game was scheduled to De gin at 2:30, but was delayed several minutes. The first game, that between the Y. M. C. A. and the Black Sox was won by the latter, but it was not conceded to them by the Y. M. C. A. boys until the last man was out, al though the score was indicative of a Black Sox victory. The spirit of the loosing team was not dampened in the least, and they showed that true sportsmanship that carries tbl team of individual victory by flghyrfg home to the end. s The batting on both sides was heavy, the Blaflk Sox having the best of the bargain; but the support of the Y. M. C. A. pitcher was not as good as that given by the Black Sox, and this added some in the scoremak- i, The final result, which WftS 11 to 2, in favor of the Salemtown "boys. GLOBE 15, A. M. E. J.' The second game, that between the Globe and the A. M. E., was looked forward to with much Interest as all of the other teams were anxious to see the strong A. M. E. aggregation Th.-v had not lost a game during the season, and when the Globe team went into the contest determined to defeat them, it was evident from WHITE fOLKS WAIT TO SEE IT. (Continued from Page 1.) assure you that I will sure live with them in the town. The reason that I make such an open statement is because I know the white people do not read your paper and I can afford to live in Dixie under the same roof, and In the same house, provided the dark race does not give me any trouble. We have got to live together some day. We have got to be one people, return to one race, and as God hat made millions of millions of black folks there will be no fears of them losing their identity. JONAH. 7TT gSBGMll SALE ISINFULL SWIIC This is your shoe-buying opportunity only good shoes are offered in this sale. But we have too many an must unload. To carry stock means a loss from change of styles. We have too many to carry and wili sell at the following low prices: 500 pairs Women's Low Shoes, Oxfords, (J1 A A Straps, etc., at, a pair v X U 1 100 pairs Men's Oxfords 1 50 100 pairs Men's Oxfords 2 00 100 pairs Men's Canvass Oxfords St) C Get Here Alieaul of Oilier, llcforc ilie Line Arc Too Ilaclly Hpoken Up. AB ..6 . 5 . 6 . 4 lb Robinson, c Howell, 2b aughn, If Webb, cf C Hopkins, rf ... 5 Kt.iy, 3 3 Boyd, 3b o Totals 45 A. M. E. Players. Nesbit, cf . Baker, 3b . Whitsitt, 2b Brown If. ., Mixon, rf AB . 5 . 4 . 4 . 5 . 5 Puree, lb ..... 4 Britten, c Shacklef'd, ss Alexander, p 4 . 4 . 4 .39 R II PO A E 2 14 0 4 a 2 10 2 0 2 16 0 1 1110 0 2 2 12 0 1 2 1) 0 0 10 10 2 1 O 2 1 0 15 11 27 6 8 R H PO A E 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 o 10 4 12 2 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 O 13 0 'J 2 1 6 3 0 0 2 0 1 01 0 12 10 i 7 5 27 7 6 IU UVIVU v ... a. aw- 4-o wAtil1 no Totals Globe ...0 2 4 1 0 0 0 3 515 1 8 A. M. E.. 0 2 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 7 5 6 - Two base hits, Boyd, Hopkins. Three base (hits, Britten. Hits oft Alexander, 9; off Venson, o. Stolen bases: Baker, Boyd. Webb, Vaughn. Sacrifice hlta: Robinson, Vaughn. Base on balls Off Alexander, I, off Venson, 1. Hit by pitcher (by Al exander). Kelly. Vaughn. Struck put: nv Alexander. 7 ny vensuu, Wall Paper Enough for one room, side walls, border and ceiling for 75 cts And Up White Front 422 Deaderick St. Look for the Front Painted White NnrthNorthi.Kt Leaves Arri il lO am Louisville & Cincinnati 2:1b ft oa K-.Ao piii New York Special (through etirvlce) f ;05 am 8Vo am New York Limited (through service) 8:. 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Ticket Ofllces ITnlon Rtatlon Broadway. City Office, Maxwill House, corner Church BU and Fourth Ave nue, N. PhoDe Main, 877. (Corrected Dec. S, 1911) W. M. HUNT, City Ticket Agent Maxwell HP0WELL PHILLIPS. P. A.. MaxweH House. JNO. r. OKAf f NET. JK., waxwt-n nowe. Boyd 2, Mormon 0; hit ' by pitcher, Mormon, 1; struck out by . Boyd, 3; by Mormon, 4; Umpire, Allen. Aat tendance, good. CLUB STANDING. Clubs. W. L. A. M. E 3 Nashville Globe 3 Athletics ; 3 Y. M. C. A 3 Black Sox 3 So. Stars .. 2 N. ft C. Stars 0 Baptist Hill Swifts 0 Pet. .750 .600 .600 .600 .600 .500 .000 .000 9. ON THE SQUARE neither team scored, but in the second both were able to put two across, ow ing to a few errori and Home-opportune batting. . The pitchers started out at a terri fic dip with Vincent for the Globe and Calhoun for the a. miu. i " j ho twn mpn frnni A DhVSlcal point of Tiew it would hare appeared that Cal houn ought to outpitcn nis riT&i, uui in this case, as in many ethers, size was not all that counted. Both pitch ers delivered a high-class article oi ball, but Vincent had the better of the article. The reeling or. doid. u.-au was erratic at times, but they soon rallied and continued the aggressive Robinbon was a tower of atrengtn to the Globe team, when these breaks would occur, and It was largely due tn hl cfneralshin that the A. M. B. team was vanquished. On several oc casions when Vincient would show signs of wabbling, or wnen some mem ber of the team would make a bad move on the field, Capt. Robinson would gently call his men to time and steady them down. The value of a steady catcher was proven in this instance, and in the fourth inning with a score standing 7 to 2, a couple of errors by Crawley on first base and two or three hits in succession brought in three runs for the A. M. E., which put the score 5 to 7. Calhoun was going well and his tram was giving him excellent support. The A. M. E. annexed another in the Cth and 7th, while the Globe failed to score, but in the eight inning they met their Waterloo. Capt. Rob inson put the Globe team to playing ir.irtP baseball and while It may ap pear to some that the A. M. E. was playing bad ball, it was only that the Globe was playing good ball, and when the smoke of battle was cleared away live runs had been scored. It w.u then the final test came. A. M. H. was determined to overcome the lead, but Robinson held the team steady aud bm.t vinrent iroini: well, and try as they would the A. M. E. could not put a mau across. In tne ninin me umuc scored three more runs, making the score 15 to 7 as it stood when the game ended. The class of ball clubs by the teams M..n(lav was not nrofl'BSlOtial. but It was of a class to merit the apprecia tion of the sport-loving public. Many of these boys had never played on a last aiamonu, wmtu auwum..- ... a measure, for some of their mistakes, but be that as it may it must be ad mitted that every man on each tam conducted hiniBelf in a gentlemanly way and showed the true spirit of sportsmanship, and while some errors were made, they were offset by earn estness with which the men went ubout the sport. It Is this one thing ih.it h.. ranltal Citv Ltnzua officials set out to build up in this city as .t uw rlonrlv realized thM the people were anxious for clean bath-ball. They of course wanted to pefl good baseball and preferred professional baseball, but Monday's interest t showed thit they ore willing to support the young men if they will endeavor to give tVm clean athletic. The boisterous spirit that has been so prevalent nt nome games wjm v.vi in evidence Monday; each eide bad a follower, who cheered them lo the echo. This U a part of the itamo and the chief reason for having bas- ATUi cTir.il 8r N. A. C. STARS 7. The Athletics returned to their home diamond yesterday and defeated (h re c. stars by a close score of 8 to 7. The feature of the game was tho hiinHnir and runninK bases of the Athletics. The Stars fought hard, out Harris fanned the last tnree. ine sunnortinK the Athle tics were all on hand to cheer their boys to victory. A large crowd wit nessed the game. Mrs. Julia Bramlett mil Prualripnt- Jrtsenh Johnson will banquet the team Tuesday night. Athletics Player. AB R II PO A E Allison, c .... 4 2 1" 10 0 0 Lester, ss ... .4 1 0 0 0 2 Farrell, 3b . ...4 0 2 0 S 0 Vaughns, lb . ..4 0 1 8 0 0 Murry, D. R., 2b. 4 0 14 10 Maberry, cf . ..4 1 0 0 0 0 Whlttaker, rf . 4 1 1 0 0 1 Williams, If . 3 1 0 0 0 0 Harris, p. . .3 2 1 0 13 0 Totals ... 34 8 7 22 17 i N. & C. Stars Player. AB R H PO A E Turner, lb. . .4 1 1 4 0 2 Russell, ss . .4 2 2 1 2 1 Ellison, c . ..4 0 0 1 1 o Oglesby, 2b . . .3 2 2 1 1 0 RiverB, p . ..3 0 0 8 7 0 Thomas, c .. ..3 1 1 8 0 0 Rhodes, If . ..4 0 0 2 0 0 Murry. W., cf .4 1 0 2 0 0 Allen, rf . ...4 0 1 0 0 0 Martin, p . ..1 0 0 0 0 J Totals . . ..35 7 7 27 12 6 Saturday Games. . A.,JM..E. vv.N. JSJ3te, Walden campus. Y. M. C. A. vs. Globe, Belmont cam pus. - 1 ' GAME PROTESTED. Notice has been filed with the Sec retary of the League that the1 game In North Nashville Saturday between the Black Sox and the Nashville Globe has been protested by the Globe team. The protest is based on the grounds that when the game enaea tne score was a tie, instead of 7 to 6 as is shown by the score. This case will be set HpH thp first Wednesday nieht in July at the regular monthly meeting or tne league. . Arrives, 7:00 am Memphi. Hickman, Padticah. St. Leuis, connect from Cen- trcTille (!) 135 pm 3;15 am-lackson. Memphis. Hickman. Vaducah..., 1 32 rm 15 30 pm waverly Accommooanont connects for Centreville IO0 pm "Dixie Flyer," olid train to St. Loui ,.. 11 Jl pm AUmphis nd Hickman Mouth aal End 2:25 am-Chatunooga and Atlanta .... I JO am-St. Loui, Jacksenville, "Dixie Flyer." Connections (I) for all branch line ooints 11:25 am-"Dixie Flyer." olid vesti uled train to Chattanooga. Atlanta, Jacksonville. Din- JO cm Chart' no'ei and connect-' ing (!) lorhhelbyville. boartJL Fayttteville. HuntsviU;! Tracy C ty. South Pittubn t0: am (:0ft-paVultaW.ia. AommodstKJ -- - ..,-ln Bliltwvll rl-.l 8:15 am 9.30 pm Ch ituaoogn. Atlaul $leep- , erto rv w Yora. .j..... ...... - no amLebaaon Mixed ..i''ill M M am Lebanon ExoreM 117:10 tm KM pm Lebmon Accomweatioo.. V 'tm pm Lebanon Accorarnwun .. IIMBT exctpi sunaay. , BOO am 1 33 am - t:50 am 2.55 art' 6J5 pm ..' 412 pm Score by Athletics innings 0 510020 08 N. & C. Stars ..0 1 0 2 2 0 0 2 07 Two hasp hits, Farrell; three base hits, Allison; hits off Harris, 7; oft Rivers, 7; left on bases, Athletics 4; N. & C. 2; bases on balls off Harris, 2; off Rivers 1; oft Martin 1; hit by pitcher, Harris 1; struck out by Har ris, 9; by Rivers, C; by Martin, 1; passed balls, Allison 1; time of game 1:59. Umpire, Randalls. CAPITAL CITY LEAGUE NOTES. Did you aee the games Monday? ThA Y. M. C. A. team was out of the running Monday, but will come back strong-next week. Thf Black Sox. with Ware behind the bat, is a hard contender to go up against. All the rooters of the A. M. E. have rings in their noses now. The nresence of Robinson, catcher for -the Globe, is all that is needed to make that team a winner In tne end. Watch his head work. The Baptist Hill Swifts and the N. & C. Stars are yet fighting for the cellar position. The pitching of Vinson, of the Globe, w.mlrl have beaten most any team last Monday. He had something on tnat ball. The Athletics are climbing, but they have yet to meet tne only uione. The Southern Stars are at the half way mark and running 6trong. Go to the park Monday and see two more good games. Read the Globe each week; keep up with the standing of the teams. Black Sox Player. Tipton, 2b .. Stratton, ss . Ellis, 3b ... Campbell, rf . Steger, cf . McGavock, If Frye, lb .. Mormon, p . Ware, c . . Totals . . Globe ' Vaughn, If . Howell, 2b .. Robinson, c . f'rpwley, lb Pctway, cf . Webb, rf .. I Tonkins, ss . , Kelly, h . T. Boyd, p Totals . . Score by AB R 0 0 1 2 4 0 2 1 0 II 1 1 3 4 3 2 2 2 2 PO 4 0 2 2 1 1 11 0 G A 3 3 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 .36 7 20 27 11 4 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 0 1 4 6 10 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 City Ticket O rtlce. No. 1 Arcade. Phone M ala 906. Btatloa at root or Broadway. Ef fective Not. 17 1811 ror Sleeping car reservation, between B and I p. m., phone Main 1172. uepart. Arrive. IHopkiaville Mail 7:55am 7.-00poi IHopkinsville Accom 5:00pm :45aM Lebanon Accem II :2bam 2:10pm IKnoarill Day Express 8:50am 6:4Aom Knoitllle Night Express 9:30pm iMSpm (Monterey Shoping Train 400pm lOKfeam (Lebanon Accom 6:10pm 7;5uam (Daily except Sund. Through electric lighted Pullman Sleepers on night trains; individual lights in each birth. Pull- man service oetwecn nainviue. anu Asnvmc. r. through coaches on day trains between Nashville andknoxville. SHOKTE5T LINE-jUlCKE5T TlMfc. H. W. Tayson.lC T. A. R. A.Chadwtck.a P. A. .35 6 21 24 Innings . 123456789RHE niack Sox .0 2 1 0 2 2 0 0 7 20 4 Globe ....10002010 26 21 3 Summary 2 ba s hits. Robinson, Wrtre, Stegcr 2. Frye; 3 base hits, BLACK SOX COMING STRONG. After getting off with a poor start, the Black Sox have at last rounded into form. . Every man is playing ball that would do credit to any 6emi-pro-j fesslonal team. Special mention should be made of the excellent pitch ing of Manager Brooks and Moorman, who have clearly demonstrated to those from Missouri that he has come back after two years' retirement from the game; also the all-round good play ing of Captain Stratton, who looks to be the peer of every shortstop in the league. Miller, who is playing his first year at the keystone sack, is hitting, running and fielding like a veteran. Others deserving mention are Ware, former third baseman, who has caught in the last two games and played the position well; Frye, fonm er center fielder, is playing a nice game at first, considering the experi ence he has had at the corner. Ellis i? playing consistent games at third rnd accepting all chances and every body is talking about that Invincible ATHLETICS AS SEEN IN NASH VILLE BY A VISITOR. The interest among the colored peo ple in Nashville as lovers of various Tel. M 4661. Office at residence, 1813 Moren St WM. A. CROSTHVVAIT, Lawyer and Notary Public. Makes a specialty of Chancery Prac tice, Examination of Titles to Rctd Estate and Saving Mortgaged Homes. sports seems lacking of what is want ed to make the city compete with the many towns that appreciate col ored athletics. While being In Nash ville for some time I find only two short and long distance runners. Having travelled through the South I have found none who are able to com pete with the two amateur athletes of Nashville. The city should feel proud of them. After seeking Information 1 learned that they are all-round althletes. One halls from the Colored State Normal School and the othr was formerly of the City High School. I'd like to see them in another con test or match I've watched them time and again and to my surprise they possess the best of habits, espe cially for athletes. I am scouting through the South ;n the interest of the athletic unions. The names of the young athletes are Russell Stock ard. Jr., and H. J. Stockard. Why is is it the Y. M. C. A. or the local busl- nps mpn rlnn't rpvivo nnrh Intpfpst? Before I leave for my home in Chica go I will try to arrangr ror a contest, 1 hope to see these athletes real soon. A lover of sport and a baseball fan. POPULAR COLUMBIA PASTOR IM- PROVING HIS HOME. Special to the Globe. Columbia, Tenn., June 18. Rev. J. S. Gilmore. of 212 Eighth street, is making extensive Improvements at lii.s home, adding ithree upper rooms and a porch. When completed, it will be one of the most commodious and besutiful homes In Columbia. THE NORTH NASHVILLE SUN SHINE BAND. The Sunshine Band of the Mt. Zioa Baptist Church Keld their weekly fneeting at the home of the president, Miss Carrie M. Holder. The follow ing program was rendered by the lit tle folks: Opening song, "Nearer my God to Thee," by the band; Scripture rending, Carrie M. -Holder: invoca tion, Mrs. A. C. Holder: paper, Does God love little children, Alma Holder; recitation, James R. Greene. i;