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1 1 IF. I t MIKX K AVAI AN( I IF.. 1LTDAY. JUNE 6. 1922
News and Views of LocalSporls ' . ' , . ' I one I n f tr If III ' , '.' Illc 'l . ! M . f'e. M.T S.'Vrr.ll ll'll. -. I n'.o' ..I.' ILLL ANY MKMRF.K OF fHF. AVALANCHE FORCE ABOUI WHAT YOUU TEAM OK CLUB IS UOIN(i AND IF.L.P US KEEP THF.SK C OLUMNS F ULL OF LUBBOCK'S AC TIVITIES IN THIS LINE. HUBBFRS SWATTED BY SWATTERS FRIDAY. The Sweetwater Swatters heat out the Hubbers nt Sweetwater Friday in 1m loosely contested affair, 9 to 4, lowering the pere ctitnge of the Hun gers to wihtin one (rnmc of dropping to third place in the percentage col umn. Flchnrty for the home tinm was ripht and the (lubbers could not get to his delivery, he allowing only five hit. Swenson'a wildnesa and the five error stacked up against thrm, which were ro-tly, coupled with the airtight pitching of Fle harty, were responsible for the heavy Ji'l gained hy the swatters in the arly innings, which could not he overcome. Swenson relieved in the fourth hy tlreen, who stopped the slaughter. Allen, hitting two out of four trip up f. 'Mured for the Hiihbcr". Sweetwater Mason, m ... Micpard. 2b . Frtcrn, rf Thrn-h, If fc'hnw, c . Pipkin, lb l,ory .'Hi . Hupp, s Kl.tmr- The wore: I'i I.ul.l.o, k Hrown, 1 :,iii-r, nil ki"?, fi jirirf..r I. AM If O A .5 3 4 0 2 o 2 ' i 1 1 o t O .1 0 .3 0 1 o 4 17 0 :t o I 1 .1 1 2 :! I o 0 :H 9 27 AH II ' A o 1 2 .Swatter there Saturday 4 to (I. It wan a pit her battle from helm ing to end, hut the excellent r 1 1 h ing of Wooldridge could not he met hy the Swatter, he allowing only three hit, while right were gotten off Riehburg, and n train they were shut out. The contest ran for nine in ri t ri tr - wi'h neither team ahle to rt rati h a run, hut. in the tenth hy two hit and three eoty error on the part of the Swatters, the lluhiier scored four. Sled A 1 1 n singled and reached second when Hupp dropped a throw on no n' tempted faerifioe. Spoeg'e wh ffeil, (otier hit to right, Shaw fumhlinir Prior n's throw, scoring Allen. Karnhaw, hitting for. Kir. a. roili"! to Pipkin, who errored tryif.tr to force Wooldridire nt the plate, huth Wooldn.ltr- nnd ('...her w-r.ng. Farn-diiiw then s.-Ntred on a field er i hon e. The hittmir of Allen wa costly t the Swatter, he get tilitr three out of fo'ir true. A M l.il true, he ii! oV o- fe on re. Il!l.l II I I lll'l'l isith only one down, lot lightened up to 'oh ;in extent in theo. pinch es hut (hi y were iiiwilil" ro core. Tie g.imo win snappy from begi'i-fif-r in i rid, and iil'h"iiyh Word threw jr iod t..'1'eliii!!, he mim loo-e in t r niche , nnd iillowe.l hit h:i to hf hunched. The hitting of Kirir and Allen fvntiied for the iol- nrti-t of the lluhhrr. score : I.llhhock Speegle, t.h, lloh-r, .1h, Kinir, m. I-nnirford, rf, Hrown, if, . . . Untile, 2h, Hrook, , . . ller-, c, ("antrell, p, ...... The AH II Swce'wnti r M ion, f, Crii'v.-tt, h, Kroron, rf, Thrn-h, If, . Sha'v, c, I'ipk:-i, 2h, l.orv, . 'i-l', !', ro 1 1 1 i i 7 I I 1 1 1 Tot. !',: Sweet w at er -Miton, m, . . l.o'V, V,, ... I'rieron, rf, Thni-h, if, M:i !'i,d in, I! ipp, Word, S h ,'i w Mi 3 9 AH .4 . . I . -4 ... 1 . .1 i ...I I O 0 1 o Vi 0 1 I 1 0 T"'a' . 33 A 27 9 xHa'te.l for Pupp in rinth. I,:i'"tiork . . :!'i0 I'lin DDI 3 Sw AVer .. . iioo Oi'i OOiV- 0 S nvmnrv: i-in, Spe 'irle. KinT, n, (irert!, I.erv, Allen, "is M Kner. e hi", Ui : rf Sr i-lTle. I t 12 ! .1 ii o I.',.! e.-p .:; !i ro f.i I Hat Hro(,V., iii.i"iin. p tireen, p . . Allen, c T'.taU Sweetwater I.uhhot k . Summary: K Prook. Allen. Krieron, Kirir, -rror. Haftle : Sheppwrd 2, Ma.n; wicrifice hit. Spprd 2. Flehary; imenfic fly, Shnw; truk out. Kleharty 4, Swen witi I, (ireen I ; hae on (nil. Fie harty 3, Senon .3; wild pitch, Swenon; tolen hae, Kirjr 2, Maa m. Time, 2 hour; I'mpire Sper.cer. M 5 21 15 . :too .MU o.ix ! ... runt 1 f SitO 4 ir, Hehnrty, Hattle, Mivm 2. Sheppard. I'ipkin, Ixiry. Hup 2; !, Spee!, Hrookn 2. HUBBFRS SMUT OUT SWA TTFRS SATURDAY In one of the fa.tet and mot xcifinir fame of th in, the lluhbera iihut out the Sweetwater 'le I r !.., Ur..ok. Allen, W. ".!.l-. Kf.rn ha ,( 21', tf. i, irr r: tw, l (lieeM r.i', Allen ; I ', cut. Cm' re! 'V'-'rd 1; p.i' A'l r; y:o!ci I , T,. " . er :i',d I .'l.l.o- ' l';i !'. ; ha h'lM . I- : l oher on ford, pi:-.- FOR DISCRIMINATING WOMEN We believcwe offer the ladies and misses of this section the best place to buy their Millinery, Dresses, Waists or any other Clothing Needs. Con fining our stock to Ladies and Misses goods we are better able to select stylish rind serviceable cloth ing. MALLARD SISTERS DRESS SHOP Hl'BBERS BLOWN UP BY NITROS illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIHIIIinilllMIIIIUIIIMIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIi: The Ifnhher lost the third of the three cume series it t Ranker Thurs day. .'. to 3. Crcon was pounded from the mound in the ecind, re placed hy Wonldrdtfe, who allowed only .me run further, although he allowed them four free passes, hut whiffed out three. Only four hit were tfotten off Roberts, two of wh;. h iro to Wooldridjfe, he pound in? .t two out of four trip up.. The p. x, 1 o Tom: x - Hat! Score h Sweet -.en Luhbo.k Summary r 3'i in A : tenth. for Kivg i n n i r. K : loll) OOl) IIOO II . . (ioij lili(') t):n) 4 R :ip, Allen, Wo" ..ld- ride, (i.her, Fr.-nhaw; Krror, Kner-on, Pipkiri', Kro..ks, Shaw, B'tnpj "n. rifice hit . Coher: ri.ui),!e play. Brook, Battle and Sneejrlf, I.ory, I'ipkin to (ire-nett, P i p k i n , B-iii to (ireett; Mruck nut hy, Ruhh'i'ir 7, hy Wooldridire SWEETWATFR AGAIN BLANKED BY HUEBEHS The H ihher nirain hot out the Swee'wa'er Swatter a Ahilei.e, the fram beinif tranferred there N KING. KING OF OF WFST TEXAS SWATS LEAGUE i if. r. the t.-n.i ln:V.- rf Anmriilo, beirir th closest wi'h .IH, Kmir holding hi if .t." a -hoA-n hv a report ( v oi out by the I, -airu thi .ihher i le'K l. -.'.Hie hl't IC: n niontv of p P W.iiron" ntr th" Wc i- i ' by ir:. ', Anheii man own ii-lean. K'"(r ha- t..c the platter on I to oecH'ion, eonnir .1 1 run and hinpled out an even oD iuf tie. rortv hti-Kie or thi; I.erajrue are hi't.r.if uhove the . i')0 averajr jimTit other heir.' Wooldtidtr" ho'mir .3X1, (J'lher .321, and l.anir fori .311, all heinir of the Hubher K'n'f. See hi'e 'Von of Swat" pre rve iri record on the local d a- ivond b-rinnmir todiiv, when the "ien a four irame eri' here wit Rnotrer. tri'v " v:: ciil!e. in ttie IS'-t ul U'.O :'h m the il'ibberi could ("itch r.itn ! ) Sweets titer, wfiere they I Ki-.dav. The score: Aft R H Vi) A Any habit adorn true beauty. THIS CABINET TO BE GIVEN AWAY How Would You Like to Have This BORDER QUEEN KITCHEN CABINET JUNIOR FREE .1 11 u J Li i Li V - i - - "i'i fir J' ;il-an EVERY GIRL IN LUBBOCK WILL WANT TO OWN THIS 'BORDER OW Kitchen Cabinet Junior ITS JUST THE NICEST THING FOR THE PLAY-HOUSE ANY THERE'S A WAY FOR YOU TO GIRL COULD OWN GET THIS DAINTY CABINET ABSOLUTELY FREE W Are Organizing a Border Queen Kitchen Cabinet Club at Our Store If you are between 10 and 14 year of ag you ar invited to join you don't have to pay any dura or buy anything to become a member. JOIN TODAY I Housewives, Buy a Kitchen Cabinet Now! WUe you cm help tome little girl win the BODEK QUEEN KITCl 1EN CABINET JUNIOR. We are featuring the Border Queen Cabinet for aeveral wee I a. See the BORDER QUEEN. JR. On diaplay in our window. You'll want to own it. Some giil will So join the Club today. BIG ASSORTMENT OF NEW FURNITURE AND RUGS NOW IN STOCK Simn:."3 Firnitcro & Unfcrtahl Gon:.iy Fr -vi. If 2 0 0 'I K.ll" r.v.v. Hi . 1 ' 1 X I Kit . f I o i) 2 2 I.,-: r I. rf .10 1 .1 i K. I, .'.-, ;!) .4 0 0 1 1 Ha"1.'. '')) ..11015 He i- 10 0 4 1 A !!; . c .... :i 0 0 5 1 (ir p 0 0 0 0 1 Wo. '.ir iluro, p . 4 0 2 0 1 Specif!.', x 1 0 0 0 0 ToVi! 2 3 4 21 13 x- Hatred for Allen in cijrhth. Rarir-r A B R H PO A White, 2h 1 1 0 1 2 Flairir. m 4 1 1 1 2 Hotr.nan, If 3 0 1 0 0 Pyle, rf 4 0 110 Pownt, :ib 4 0 0 1 2 Cra'sr, cf 1 0 0 2 0 Ooher, Ih 3 2 2 1 1 Clayton, e 3 114 3 Roherts, p 3 0 2 0 I K , 0 ' - 1 ! o 0' i)! o 5 "! !i IT IS NOT TOO LA TE TO I PLANT f Th JONES ACALA Probably 90 percent of the cotton from which our seed grew was planted after the first week in June last year. Read what our growers say: ed "I was through gathering four months from the day I start planting." J. K. Green, Paducah, Texas. 8 24 10 4 TotaN 2 Score by Inning: Luhbock 001 000 11 3j Ri.nirer 040 001 lx 5' Summary: Two base hit. Roberts, E Rurnshaw; aaerifiee hit, Karnshaw; 5 tnick out, by Roberts 4, by Green , S 1, by Wooldridire 3: ba-e on ball", Roberta 7. off Green 2, off WooId- , ridire, tie to '1 finished planting the JONES ACALA June 18th. Nov ember 20th I had gathered my crop of 43 bales off 85 acres, with practically no rain." W .T. Fonville, Paducah, Texas. "It is the EARLIEST and GREATEST DROUTH-RESIS TER I ever saw." L. E. White, Paducah, Texas. December and January cotton is now worth above 20 cents You can make no mistake this time in planting a late crop of the Jones Acala. Price $2.00 per bushel. 4; double play. Brooks to Bat-' r.arniihaw, Kinif to Brooks. BASEBALL SUMMARY Friday' RetulU: Amarillo 100 000 000 1-4-0 riovis .. .000 000 000 0-5-0; Smith and Hyern; Anderson, Erwin.'s 1 R. D. Jones Seed Farms Ranker ...200 020 OOx 4-10-0 San Anirelo . 000 0O0 00 0-5-0 , 5 .a pa lac, Clayton; BadRer, Robertson. E Stamford-Abilene; So game.. Rain, s . . nnn rnl nn. n rt it jwrriwHirr ....owi out un- j-j-c j ihhocn ooo iou sou 4-a-a Fleharty and Shaw; Swenson, Green and Allen. PADUCAH. TEXAS BUY FROM YOUR LOCAL DEALER f Local Dealera: Stubbs Seed Co., Lubbock; Mason & Baker, 5 Littlefield; Sudan Mercantile Co., Sudan; Paul Miller. Tahoka; 5 E. C. Nix, Lamesa; W. B. Bosham. Brownfield. HiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiciiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiir; Saturday's jr"ne: R H E St'water 000 000 000 0 0 3 4 Lubbock 000 000 000 44 8 1 Richburg and Shaw; Wooldridge and Allen. SUNDRY SUPPLY STORE HAS THE THINGS YOU NEED Amarillo Clovia Hitt and .200 000 Olx 3 7 0 .000 000 010 1 tj 2 Bye in; Vick and Krwin. Ranger 001 San Anirelo 100 Crawford and and Robert ton. 100 000 2 6 6 i 311 301 10 12 3 Duckworth; Muna First gome: Stamford 000 010 400 016 12 3 Abilene 000 400 10(r 00-rt 10 1 Appleton, Knadler and Kdwarda; Render, Harris and Whitehead. And the ideal locution, next door to the Avalanche, on Avenue I, en ables you to call when up town and look over the stock to select what you want. The quality of the goods handled by the BIG little rtore is a great drawing card that gets repeated orders. The conven ience of getting whjt you want in quality merchandise attracts the at tention of buyers. Courtesy, prompt ness, and a willingness to erve to your advantage greets you at the SUNDRY SUJTLY STORK, making purchasing here a real pleasure. 2-l E Standing of Teams WEST TEXAS Amarillo 39 LUBBOCK 35 23 Sweetwater ...38 23 San Angelo ...29 20 Clovia 40 IK Ranger 39 16 Abilene 40 15 Stamford 35 11 LEACUE 2 11 12 15 19 22 23 25 25 .71B .657 .COS .513 .450 .410 .375 .303 TEXAS LEACUE Fort Worth ...4S 2 15 neaumont SO 'At 18 Wichita Falls ..47 29 18 Houston 48 2t 24 Pallas 37 22 5 San Antonio ..41) 21 2M Galveston 48 20 2S Shrwepurt 18 14 .14 .51 .40 .617 .500 ,4o8 .42-.I .417 368 AMARILLO SANDSTORM HAS BLOWN OVLR FOR THE. YEAR Friday. Pant llitfh took tha last f the three Kama series from the olden Sandstorms of Amanda ILith by 5 to 2. Pans took the first gama of th Mrira, AmarilUt the swond, and I'aria n..eii out la ht Ihird, taa t ti C th Mat i t'sioi ioiiiliip, thM to liM ben t th lot coniliatarit for th tale. In li'.Ur a ysma. Fans oi.l t,nm sat M la lh f.rl and llord. hut mtii'a ! a 1 tfca I had 11'. . Mk M f.llh and l.-.l th . oui.l. I hN aaaia j r' looks fm and .iMiily D. D. Mc Larry was here Saturday, from his home eight miles northwest of Lubbock. He looked about as happy aa it is possible for a human being to do, and explained it all by answering our question about how the rain and hail struck him, with, "I'lenty of rain and no had." POSITION WANTED StaU University Graduate in Buainess Training, bookkeeping, in surance, filing, wants part-time job. Experienced office worker. For in terview, address T., care Avalanche, 29-2 p Red Walker was on the streets again Saturday from his fine farm eight miles northeaat of town. He is a live wire, possessing that op timistic appearance that character ises our people, and is taking an aitive part in the development of Lubbock county aa a leading farm ing seel ion. ail who ko :i th lute of our father 1h l.owrry Family We desire to thank renerousiy aaietrd tis u; in MEN'S SUMMER UNDERWEAR B. V. D. STYLE Specially Priced at PER SUIT LE.HUNT&C0. -We will Clothiers make riht that is not right" vhich J. f. Turner was here Saturday from hia film pU.-e lii the north- taat corner of li.l luuii 'oiiuiy. Aft er nolo leg- ha g.-l'.'n' aiouiid l.ke a iiin year old boy, cnlorvd lo bain l r-e reaam, and ' in. I iKsl ha had ln nii-d l .l hi. If A. It. ( hilt. m, of Coldihuailha, Ttiaa, i In a I al nitri im un tier are i f apsH-wilut. Mr. 'bli I. in at one tioio I. v.-. I I t'- Hilii ro.r'h of I ut.l.-x k, and v hi there i l's a vi-n t t i tSe i'y, and l .inr.l thst t'ns I t'.a la. for I He maa h I Mrd t Vt red and I T Ih ma Nu ia i.l l.i (t eig-ulh. Pans sim la.a ful ; I " -4 ar i"B ' r' i '.is ums i . I s ..... "I he Iuum tf a Stiir 11" unaiia ( mat. h. '!," ! .i"t.