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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1922.
SPORTING NEWS LEGION BASEBALL AVERAGES The American Legion baseball tram seems to have gained a fresh start after the defeats handed out in succession by Keene and Camp Namasehaug as the locals have ..defeated decisively both of those teams in tlie last two games played. Averages compiled to include last Sun day's encounter with the Camp Namas hauj; team show that Plumb leads the batters with an average of .f25 in the three game played. Bernard Dunlevy is not far behind with .."SI in the same number of contests. Kennedy heads the list with AV2 for t!wse who have played in eight contests or better, with Wells a Mayer Mumb, c. ; . . . . 15. Dunlevy, ss. Kennedy, If. . . Wells, c, rf. . . Austin, cf Taylor, lb. ... Yarker, 3b. . . . Burke, p Sparks, ss Vinton, rf. F. Dunlevy, I'b. good second. Seven players- are now hitting for .IWH) or better, which is a tine record, and the club batting average is .,".4.". The club lielding now stands at .1111. Kennedy and Taylor -ire the leading run getters with eight tallies each, while Kennedy 'leads all he batters in the num ber of hits made, 1J. Taylor has the largest number of putouts to his credit, 71. while Burke has more assists than any other player, ti.. Austin has ac cepted the most chances of any man on the team without making an error, l'lumb is second in this respect, while Vinton is the only other player who has not been credited with an error. The averages : BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Valley I .labor at the (I. 10 s 10 10 10 s 10 i) A. IS. ,s 12 4:5 ut; 15!) 42 :w 24 20 2S .-52 II. r 7 1!) 11 13 14 12 7 4 it. 3 3 8 (5 7 S 7 7 . G Ave. .02.1 .rs4 .442 .423 .3S5 .333 :.u o .173 .143 .004 P.O. 13 4 10 01 10 71 11 4 14 r 37 A. 1 8 1 3 1 (i 17 2.1 12 0 IS E. 0 3 0 3 4 n 0 7 Ave. 1.000 .833 .820 .0.12 1.000 .071 80S .SOS .80.1 1.000 .872 STANDING OF THE CLUBS. American Lieaj Won New York, St. Louis, Detroit, Chicago, Cleveland, Washington, Philadelphia, Boston, 77 70 OS 04 04 .IS .12 4S ue. Lost .10 .13 01 03 04 OS - 70 National League. New York, Chicago. St. Louis, Pittsburgh, - 'ineinnati, Brooklyn, itnladeiphia, 1 Boston, Won 74 70 00 OO OS 02 42 43 Lost 40 .1.1 .10 ,17 rs 03 7S 81 P. C. .000 .:1S0 ..127 ..104 .,100 .400 .410 .387 r. c. .002 ..100 .1.12 ..14S ..140 .4!h; .3.10 .347 Chicago, Cleveland. Robertson O'Neil. St. Louis, Detroit, Slicker Bassler. and and O Schalk : 4 1 Severeid : :) 3 Uhle 0 8 Ehmke 0 0 and 0 0 add National League. 8 Miss Lena Walker is spending the week in Wilmington. Miss 1'na Iiice is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. (Jeorge llice over Labor day. , Dr. CI. ' It. Anderson went to St. Al bans yesterday on professional buines. Mrs. Theodore Gustafson went to New York today to stay until Wednesday.. Austin Plumb of Springfield, Mass., is spending the week-end at his home. Herbert W. Sanderson went to South Itoyalton today to remain over Labor day. Secretary D. E. Tasker of the Fair association will go to Athol dav to iudee the poultry exhibits Athol fair. Mr. and Mrs. William B. Duke and son left today by automobile for their home in Wellsville, N. Y., after spending several days in town with relatives. John A. Gnnn resumed work yesterday as foreman of the Vermont Printing Co. composing room after a week's vacation spent in the northern part of the state. Mr. and Mrs. Sewall Purinton went to Ludlow today to spend the wtek-end and holiday with friends. Mrs. Isa Evans accompanied them and will visit in Gassetts. Mi.-s Margaret Goodhue, Miss Grace Ilolbrook and Miss Dorothy llebb Te turned yesterday from Peterboro, N. II.. where they spent the week as guests of Miss Anita Ford. Miss Gladys Marshall, stenographer in the office of E. L. Ilildreth & Co.. will begin a week's vacation" from her work today and will go this afternoon to her home in Ponltney. Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. rier and daughters, Marjorie and Louise, went toitiy to Lebanon. N. II., to visit friends. They also will visit in Rut land before returning home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E: Heed and daughter. Ann Elizabeth, of Kevell ave nue, Northampton, came to Brattleboro today to spend the week-end and Labor dav "with Mr. and Mrs. George J. Knoll, BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Frank E. Johnson went today to New biiryport, Mass., to join his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Arvine Pike and Miss Bern ice Pike are spending -the week-end in Bridgeport, Conn. . i Miss Elizabeth Cowley, who was oper ated upon in the Memorial hospital Tuesday for appendicitis, returned home yesterday. Siie will bo caved for . by Miss Elizabeth Atkinson,. Wisconsin and who spends a part of time to tlie development, of community forms of music, came to Brattleboro yes-i terday afternoon to remain until to nisht with Community Service Director F. K. Brown. They have been interview injr dill'erent persons relative to some possible musical' development here. of Forest street Beverly, Mass., the winter with A. Johnson, who Side school. Mrs. C. C. Johnson left this morning for where she wiil spend her daughter. Miss M. is principal of the Ityal Mr. arid Mrs. Howard Brown have re turned to their home in Orange, N. J., after spending two weeks with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown of Frost street. They made the trip by automobile. - Fred C. Sargent is having a vacation of a week from his work for the Wilder Farm Products Co. He and Mrs. S;rr gent will go this afternoon to Amherst, Mass., to visit. They also will visit in Springfield, Mass., with Mr. Sargent's brother, A. C. Sargent, before returning home. Trof. Peter W. the chair of music Dykema, who holds in the University of BROOKS HOUSE G. E. Sherman Manager 13 10 GAMES TODAY. American League. P.oston at Washington. .New York at Philadelphia, St. Louis at Detroit. 'Chicago at Cleveland. National League. Philadelphia at Boston. Brooklyn at New York. Cincinnati -at Chicago. Pittsburgh at St. Louis. "j-"T-i YESTERDAY'S GAMES. American League. Philadelphia, ; 4 8 Boston. ' 3 10 Rommel and Perkins; Quinn, and Ruel. Brooklyn. New York, Vance, Cadore and Deberry lan, Jiyan and Smith. Chicago. 7 0 Cincinnati. 4 11 Cheeves and O'Farrell ; Lufjue, and Wingo. 14 10 4 8 and Gooch ; Doak and game.) 11 10 ;h. 0 0 and Ainf;mith ; Cooper (Second; game.) I jr.. o f Pittsburgh, St. Louis, Morrison oris. (First St. Louis-, Pittsburgh, Sell Schmidt Boston. 2 Philadelphia, Watson and O'Xeil ; Rt: line. ) First game. ) Boston, 10 Philadelphia, 1 Houlihan and Gowdy ; Ilenline. (Second game.) and 1 1 McQuil- Couch 0 1 Clem- 1 and 0 o Hon- 10 .1 Smith and Charleston has a big lead and is going strong in the South Atlantic league pen nant race. 1 Karr 80 High street. Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Chapman and daughters, Helen and Betty, of the Man ley apartments. High street, left this morning for Albany, N. Y., where they will spend Labor day holiday with Mr. Chapman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. It. Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bigelow and daughter. Miss Ruth Bigelov.-, of Crosbv street went to Boston this morning for a visit with relatives. Mr. Bigelow will return to Brattleboro on Monday after noon, but Mrs. Bigelow and Miss Bigelow will remain in Boston a week. Mr. and Mrs. 15. C. Brown have re turned to Brattlelioro from a trio through Bennington, Chester and the White! mountains. They left today for their home in Buffalo by way of Haverstraw, N. Y.. where th'v will viMt a short time with Rev. and Mrs. Leslie Reid. Mius Ruth E. Sargent, stenographer for tlo Brattleboro Water Works Co., will begin a two-weeks vacation today. Sh will go today to Gorham. X. II.. to visit Mrs. Marie Hawkins Stone a week, after which she will visit Mrs. Stella Niles of Portsmouth, N. II.. a week. 39c Saturday Chocolates 39c We Will Sell Every Saturday Samoset Chocolates for' 39c lb Sold Exclusively by Brattleboro Drug Co. An assortment of 10 different kinds But terscotch, Caramels, Caramallow, Coffee Cream, Cordials, Ice Cream, Maple Walnut, Montcvideos, Orange Cream and Nougatincs. Wc sell these chocolates the rest of the week for 60c pound. Mi 1 . ' ' I . -..1 BUSINESS INSTITUTE FALL TERM BEGINS Tuesday Morning, Sept. 5 Great possibilities are lefore you with the coming of a new year. Do you intend to make the most of them? If so start right. He sure you have the proper foundation BUSINESS COLLEGE EDUCA TION. ' No doubt, you are now securing .GOOD results, perhaps SATIS FACTORY; but it is within your power to do even liETTER work with the BRATTLEBORO BUSINESS INSTITUTE training. Prepare to meet the requirements of the successful business man by taking a thorough bookkeeping, typewriting and stenographic course. There is only one power in the world that can lift a man, and . that is the power of added knowledge and training. - ' Individual instruction. All commercial subjects. Day and night school. Positions secured free. . . Enroll now for day or night classes. Brattleboro Business Institute Branch of Bay Path Institute, Springfield, Mass. E. D. Burger, Principal FIRE and LIFE Insurance Strong, Reliable Companies Sanford A. Daniels Crosby Block, . Brattleboro THE VOLATILE GAS 3BESSSS3S3CBa H. S. KILLELEA Electrical Cdntracting: Wiring Motor Repairing Telephone 580-W or 580-R Moshcr Bids. "BRATTLEBORO joins m tlie national demonstration of the better motion pictures ALLEN'S TRANSFER 1 uAKnbL I liiiinn kL.. mi ail ii i;ui Mm it i - - kc-.;-';. f1 Celebrating Belter Pictures at all mMizMtlZ foK the Better Theatres . ipi7 Thb pester is in theatre lobbies evcryvvhere Go in wherever you see it. . Once more the whole nation reviews and celebrates the year's great progress of Paramount Pictures. For the fifth time, swinually, thousands of America's finest theatres devote an entire week's program exclusively to Paramount Pictures! Once more the efforts of Famous Players-Lasky Corporation, with its foremost stars, its greatest directors, its brilliant and unique stock com pany, and its record of almost unbroken success, receive the gratifying stimulus of a nation-wide endorsement! The signs are up at your theatre! The latest and greatest and most thriving Paramount Pictures are there ! pyThis banner is on theatres everywhe re ft Go in wherever you see it. re; "Si Cosne in Vcs 'amiMMMU Kra But isTA nil f Call" WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY "The Siren STARRING DOROTHY DALTON With David Powell and Mitchell Lewis FRIDAY "Above AI aw 99 A SUPERB PRODUCTION with MIA MAY and a Strong Cast it is an Oriental Mystery Picture That Digs Deep FAMOUS FI7iYESS-LaSRY CORP. ADOLPH ZUKOR, President NEW YORK CITV"