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FORT WAYNE BILUKENS ■ ' ■ 1 RICHEY KEPT HIS HITS WELL [ BCATTERRED. Calber-t waa Caaily the Star of tha Gam*. Getting Three Hita and a Base on Balia. Ysatardaya Ommes. Ft. Wayne. J; Wheeling. 4 Terre Haute. 1, Erie. 2. South Ben-1. 2. Canton, t. Grand Rapid*, 6. Yotingatown. i Lrayton. I. Zanesville. 4. Springfield. 1. Akron. >. Standing of Teams. Youngstown. 27 U .tSt .. 24 It .571 Springfield . 24 It .iTI ®a>«»n . 21 14 444 . Grand Rapids. II II 450 / Tarra Haute. 2* 1» ,(«| * P"rt Wayne. ft 444 WHEELING. It 24 .42» canton . 17 24 .41* South Bend ... 14 21 410 Akron . 17 2* .41*5 Zanesville. IS »4 .115 To-dsye Osmes. Port Wayne at WAeellna. Terra Haute at Erie. South Bend at Canton. Grand Rapid* at Youngstown rtayton at Zanesville. Springfield at Akron. Etory now and then a pilot of tome league club will attach tha hard ware to a player that soon develops Into a sensation of the league. Qon nle Mack released Joe Jackson, the Tiger star. Plttatairgh let KTTty Rransfleld the Philadelphia sensation go. while the Great Mattheweon was given to New York, la a cheap trade. And It looks very much as though, one. Aggie Grant, the big noise of the Terre Haute club has pulled off just about as bone headed a piece of work as some of the above named. At least this Is the way you would dope It after seeing Calbert, the re leased Terrier perform In the out garden for the locals yesterday after noon. against the Bllllkens. The released Tot took kindly to the delivery of one. Mr. Blersdorfer. star southpaw of Varnesa's "Embalming Brigade." and out of four times at bat secured a triple, a double and single. Then the last time up. just to kid the scaithpaw. he watted on four wide ones. A thousand percen tage for tfie day la swatting the horse hide some That introduction does not tell the score, but of course the bugs know the Smokes won. when a sport writer will smear all that stuff It was a 6 to 2 victory and after the slith in Z!)l)r ^^^^Dollar No need for us to in dulge in shallow, reckless claims. The truth me have to tell about the Newark ' Shoe la strong enough—which Is. that It la our honest opinion that no retail atorn In the whole world ever sella aa good a pair shoes for $2.50 aa we do. How CAN they- We retail the Newark at the FAC- • TORY PRICE. No jobbers', middlemen's For or retailers’ profits are added to their Romnino coat, aa U the case with all shoes sold nrivc by dealers Why shouldn’t you have dUTD $3 SO shoes if yon can buy them at NEWARK ALl- TIMES for $2.50? That a pre- CUAC at rn clseiy what the Newark Shoe la— onUL, $ 1 • 3U $5.50 value for $1.50. AND $2 NEWARK SHOE CO. 1157 Market Street Opp. The Schmulbach Building Do you know a man who _ knows good whiskey ? Ask him about WELTY’S PRIVATE STOCK A dollar to a dough nut hell «ay, v.hat all I good judges of whiskey say: •‘It’s the best ever.” P.Welty&Co. - 1118 Main St. 1121 Market St. L>K. BAILEY O”— Ml CbayUaa Wk**M*k W T. Tk. (<• OhM |p>Hin * ™ Mtitm meuun l* * f*. •!.« . * • k•• •«» u4 laua hM nan aa *t>aa »*• MW kla «4is p, ka** aka *aa 4aa> ••• MP mi* p- ylt ir« I- trial • r.ra*P In*.**.. >• Wn«al la* »•*•*« 1*1 ta lb *« • • ••. Ill lay ar • i•«**., -a. . .. Mr* » **>k ••• ’*•' ka# * Inaaaa iH ► - • »*»• i*alp* n MS „ai »-*4'»ai ta* I* ■ «*an a »*?'aT * ,.i* saw » P«l ■m * *a **•■■• ir >4 !*■•* *a . • i*i " a *-• • »* ■ k» ■ • •«' HWWUTl (Ta**' a * •!•«*! *»•* :-akiVw •** H»*»« Mt'lifa* Ml a** »aaafal nine we bad the cam* tewed tip Until this Inn Inc. however, she was a hummer and kept everybody goes- ■ sing Tho Mourner* ' took tba lead In the first, bat the Smoke* earn* I right back and tied the acorn tn their half. Wheeling took tbe lend hi tbe second, only to be tied up In the firth, but In tb* next Inning the game was put on Ice. Richey twirled a great game He got awgy badly In tbe first but xrter this Inning wxa a pussle. He was tcslched up for three In the Initial In ning Rhanghnessy was tbe only vis itor that wn* able to connect with tbe delivery of tbe East Liverpool heaver. Wheeling played a great game, both 1 at tha bat and in the field. They so-1 cured ten hits and had but one error. Dodd got a double and a single all coming when hits meant run*. Hla other time at bat he shot one to shortstop and was thrown out. Haley had a good day. getting a double and a single and played a brilliant fielding game. First Inning. * Thine* looked bad for the Smokes In the first half of the Initial inning, when tbe millkens got three hlta off Richer. Rut the dwarf settle down ahd for the remainder of the game allowed but four scattered blngles Blount, first up. fouled out to Ser vatlus Vandagrlft doubled and scored on "Shags" single. Clancey singled. Keener flew out to Moren and the agony was ended when Taberigue grounded out. Servatlus to Richey. Three hits, one run. The Smoket "came right back" and tied the score. Gray grounded oui. Vandagrlft to Clancey. Boo* walked and scored on Dodd’s double Jansen flew out to Vandagrlft and Duke flew out to Tabrique. One hit, one run. Second Inning. A fast double killed the visitors' | chances «f scoring In the second In ning. Mcl.afferty grounded out. Martin singled but the aide was re tired when Hiersdoefer hit Into a double, Jansen to Dodd to Servatlus. One hit. no runs. Two hits ard .1 sacrifice gave 'he Smokes thq lead In their half. Cal bert. the discarded Terrier, tripled and scored on Haley's single to left. Haley was sacrificed to second by Moren. Richey and Gray fanned. Two hits, one run. Third Inning, Blount grounded out, Dodd to Ser vatiua. Vandagrlft flew out to Duke. Tbe RilMken pilot walked and stole second. The side was retired when Clancey grounded out. No runs, no hits. Booe dropped a long one to Shag, who made a brilliant running catch. Dodd singled but was caught trying to steal, Martin to Vandagrlft. Jansen was given a pass but he. too. died on seoond on a fielders choice. No runs, one hit. Fourth Inning. The Hillikens started thlngssin the fourth by Keener singling, but Ta brigue and Mcl.afferty flew- out. and Martin went out by the Dodd-Servatiua route. No runs, one hit. In the fourth the Smokes lost a chance to fcore by hitting into a double. Calbert singled. llaley knocked to Tabrique who threw out Calbert at second and the ball was re layed to first, catching the pirate recruit. Moren flew out to cemer No runs, one hit. ►ifth Inning. Fort Bayne tied the score in the fifth Inning Hlersdorfer reached first on Gray's boot. Ulouni sacrificed the *o Jansen flancey singled, scoring the runner, but whs caught trying to steal One hit, one run. The first three Smokes to fare the Bllliken twlrler flew out. Sixth Inning. Clancey. Keener and Tabrique. the firs! three Htlllken* at the bat were easy outs, not a man reaching ihe Ini is! sack. In their half of the sixth Anderson's crew assumed the lead, scoring two runs on three hits. Dodd went out, Tabrlque to Clancey. Jansen singled and stole second, ('.albert secured hi* third straight hit which was a double, scoring the runner. Haley doubled, scoring ('albert. Mnren ended It by fanning. Three hits, two runs. Seventh Inning. RIersdorfer knocked an ugly single to Dodd, bu the next thre* batters Hew ou- One hit, no runs Two hits and a base on balls gave the Smokes two more runs in their half of the seventh Kirhey fouled out to Martin Gray walked Rooe doubled and Gray scored on Martin's boot. Dodd singled, scormg the run n»r Dodd stole second but Janacn and Serratlus ended I, hy both fan ning Two hit*, two run* Eighth and Ninth. The first tbres Rllllkeos to 'sc# It I Che y In the eighth were easy outs, c slher talked for W heeling and tettheil third but failed to score Port W'avne went nut in one. two. three order in the ninth , The acore Vt Wars* ftlmmt < f In s s | Vandagnft, IS 4 t **ti4"ehnee««- rf | a llABcv. 14, 4 A • * | Keener. 1f . I * . J $3.56 Recipe Free, For Weak Men Send Nates see Address Tsder—Vee can m»«4 >t f ■ a# Ane •# Strong And Vigor*** I | wave IB sy at’SeeBB',*, 4 O’eecr’e-I M fnr e*..« * na^tT. 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Oray. mm. « t • 3 1 I Boor, cf .3 3 1 J 1 9 Dodd, 3b . 4 * 3 1 3 « Jansen. 3b . 3 1 1 3 3 « tier rat 1 ua, lb ... 4 • « 13 1 0 Calbert. rf .3 3 t 1 0 0 Malay, ..« • 3 3 1 0 Moren If. 3 0 0 4 « • Richey, p . 3 « • 1 1 • Total*.31 « 14 37 13 1 Score by inning* Fort Wayne .1 0 « • 1 0 0 « 4_1 Wheeling . 11000330 •_4 Stole* bases — Shaughnessy. Boo*. Dodd. Jaaaen, Richey. SacrlSc* hlta—Blount. Moran. Two haae hlta—Vandagrlft. Dodd. Cal bert. llaley. Booe. Three base hlta—('albert Flrat on balls—Off Blarsdorfar, I off RUh ay. 1. Struck out—By Blersdorfer. I by Rlchay. 1. Itouble play*—Fabrtqus to Vanda grift to Clagcy. Jansen to Dodd to Sar vatlus. Left on bases—Fort Wayna. *. Wheel *^lnie—1:37. Umpire-—Weddtdg*. ARROW OOII DOWW mWTORW lABTBiTIRI AKRON. O.. June 7.—Akron won from Springfield to-day. » to 4. Score. <‘kron .00301 1 1 3 *—? ” *3 Springfield 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 3 0—e 10 4 limia'd and Fohl; Webb and MrKas. CAWTOW WOW XASILY I FROM 4QPTK R1WD CANTON, O.. June 7.—Canton won a aally from South Rend to-day. » to 2. •V home run for Canton by Alcock was a feature. Score; South Bend 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0_1 *7 Ej Canton .... 1 w 0 3 11 0 3 3 •_» • 1 Doyle and Tieraatn. Holmqulst and 7 egter. ERRORS OAVE naan TO ORAWD RAFISS TOUNOSTOWN. (). 7une 7—Errors und opportune hitting conspired to give the game to Urand Rapids to-day 3 to 3. Score: 1 oungxtown « 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0_1 *s> *3 CJ. Kapidn ..0U14O 032 0—4 S 3 MoeelsV. Wilhelm and Miller; Miller und Holmes. SLXTSW IWiriWOS TO defeat tie sailors , K.Rib:;, V*- . Jun® 7 —Terre Haute de feated Krie In an eleven Inning game to-day by a score of 3 to 2 Both pltrh were effective and received good support. Score: * •*r,c .4 ft 00024004 0 ? *7 *’» Terre Haute. 1 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 <» !• 1 3 X J Baker uml Shang. Jonea and Waring. eawesvxllx defeats DATTOW rw TENTH ZANESVILLE, o! June 7—After 1 Itching nne ball for ten inninga' i«. <la<. Pitcher Stremmel. of the local club ended the game with a hit over the fence with Crowder on flrat. Zanes %1 * ** winning tb# first gam** of thr sriies. 4 to 3. Scorf: Dayton .40 0 44244 | (>_j ** K," .. I «•*« 1—4U4B1 Minrhel. Fromholtg and Warren! Strfmmi*l nn*| Justin A. MUTT’S VIEWS 1 OF THE SMOKES j Som<' amt yesterday believe me! -''ally will work this afternoon and it looks like two straights. Th at l_ - smashing the pill yeaterdav. One thousand per cent for the day. And llodd and Haley added U> the enjoyment „f the hugs |>y giving the horsehJde several U.ng ridea. Those black uniforms are about tn** limit. |t «;m rh**rk* lant y^«r and \ arncli nil! probably have the ■ iuh pla in* in full dr.-ss uniforms next season with silk hats. Pitcher Taylor Is slow In rounding to His arm Is yet a little sore and this Is miking the other four boy* work overtime. .Anderson expert* to work the Pirate recruit next week. Anderson has thrown the sticks away, but he is still hopping on one fool He |s fast rounding to any mat- be aid. to plav next week. He will add a t. w»r of strength to the club The Smokes have hit thetr ga!t and ar- now ascending to the top. Fort Deary Ducks , Ft- Deary. 1st Snd. It'd Tla l*1'®" . «•* »» 107 «0l .. 1»« lit T*1 . IH k* III Hi . :*t sat MS n| D. D. K. tat. ?»d 3rd Tla \\~* . I"l Ml •* 1*1 1 H"ff. It'S |e| loo _»|e . Mi lot 2*4 an Swastika lot 2nd ?.rd Tla . »« »« mi .-at lle.ibla .*] »j |(M 271 ® '*** . *» la* *» 2li T ■’» * MS M *#« M O*wo®o lot led Ird Tla l,u'’. *7 •« IH 2« I .. 1H*IM S21 . ai i«s t •• in j..„ 2i, gg, _ . Data* Warns tat 2n.l leg Tla • i « 11 121 102 S«g I !_■■■'■■ - tat no ,7 in no ti it I ••'Wasas . It* in 4„ Totals .. ... gig itt t;i |*2i w>•» las in Tie •II !»4 S7I SMcwise ... *«|*« *• IM tZ V_1 *** l« tS« |S] - «*• 114 1*4 S*I ■"*» • »** ITS Ilf aot r..«ats 41fl in t|| iff, w-s is* mat -a .. fatal »>-,• st ws aae.es else tease r.i«4 Hit a rT1 rMMI I 144 ▼•'*»* *11 git hi pg? 4*1 .44 11*4 L»ad M T"« 1*4 its «ti 44 It4 44: H t*4 Mt Sfi I Te4444 ..git g4g gfg I4g| BOSTON LOSES NINE STRAIOUT I t _______ FI rate# Defeat Beaneaters In One aided Oame—Boston Had Rlx Hit* But Failed to Make Score on One of Them. Yesterdays Semite. Pittsburgh. «. Boston. 0. Cincinnati «. New York. T. Chicago. 7; Brooklyn. 2. St. Louis. «. Philadelphia, S. Sternal eg of Teams. Teem. Won. Loot. Pet. New lock . 11 7 |l| Cincinnati . :t IS ,j;s Chicago . :l is i*i Plttsbnrgh . Jl is .6*6 *t. Louis . *1 f« ,447 Philadelphia . 17 71 .447 Brooklyn.*... 13 !« 3)1 Boston. IS *1 .1)6 To-daye Barnes Pittsburgh at Roaton. , Cincinnati at New York. St. Lout< at Philadelphia Chicago at Brooklyn BOSTON, June 7.—Boston dropped tho ninth straight game today, Pitts burgh shutting out the home team 4 to 0. A home run by Wilson was one of the features. Score: Bootes. A. R H. P. A. E. McDonald, lb ... 1 0 • J 1 S Campbell, rf .... 4 0 1 4 0 0 Sweeney 2b .... 4 0 If i 1 0 It. Miller, rt .... * A « 1 l 0 Jsckeon. if . 3 o 1 2 9 • Houser, lb . 4 0 * IS 1 <1 Devlin, as . 4 0 2 e 2 0 ling, c . 2 o o 3 6 0 Dickson, p . 2 0 0 0 4 S Hogg p . n o n o u 0 •Klrke . 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total".31 0 « 27 16 0 •Batted for Dickson in ninth. Plttsbnrgh. A. R. H P. A. E. Byrne. 3b . 3 u 0 1 l A I Carey. If . 3 o » o 0 0 Donllti, cf . 3 0 2 3 0 0 Wagner, as.... 3 1 « 1 4 0 J. Miller, lb ... 3 0 0 11 1 oj Wilson, rf . 3 1 2 1 0 0 McCarthy, 2b ... 4 l 2 2 1 1 Kelley, c . 4 » 1 a 0 0* Hendrix, p . 4 1 2 0 1 0 Totals.30 4 S 27 IS 1 ' Score by 'finings. Boston . ooooosno 0_0 Pittsburg . 0 0 A 0 » 1 0 u 3—I Two,t»a«e hits—Hendrix. Csmpbell. ! Three-base l>6t — Hendrix. Home Run—Wilson. Hits—Off Dickson. 6 In 6 innings, off, Hogg. 3 in 1 inning Sacrifice hits—Byrne. Jackson. Stolen bases - Wilson. Carey. Left on bases—Boston. «. Pittsburgh, Bases on balls—Dickson.S: Hogg | Hendrix. 1. Struck out—By Dickson 4, by Hen- ' drlx. S I Wild pitch—Hogg. Time- 2.#7. Empires—Eason and Johnstone. OZAVTg WTM SECOND ' or scam rsov beds NEW YORK, June 7.—New York won * Its second "train'd gume from Cincinnati to-(la> by a score of 7 to s The batting , of Marssns. Murray and Meyers fea tured Score: R. H. E. I 'inrlnnatl .30A0AA2A1 .4 11 X New Vork .Ifflllit* 7 3 Batteries Suites and McLean, Mat- 1 tbewson and Meyers. rnuici DEFEAT ■T. LOUIS N ATXOEALg I PHILADELPHIA-pii. June 7—Phlla j oeiphla hit Steele's delivery hard and ■ was a'.led by SI l-ouls errors to-da.v the former winning. a to « Man — scored the wlnnme run In the seventh on hla double and Ellis' muff of l.utleru*' fly Brennan went to ' lialtneie rescue In the fourth, and was very elective. The MCOl F D u m '«». l.ouie .0n#4onii0»— i g j Philadelphia . . I I • • J • 1 « • - in i Batteries Steele and Wmgu, Chal jmeia. Brennan and I mom TUOUVO WAS WILD. CHICAGO WOW GAME BROOKLYN N Y . June 7.—Ytn« j ling * * iWnrM tu thr «*#rlv inr.-nn* | proved roai ly to-day and Chicago won an eaay vutory. ; to 2 Lelfield made his debut with tre visitors an 1 hr’.* Brooklyn lo four hits. Score K. H E Chicago . .J o (i .1 o o i « o— 7 « i Brooklyn .... 2 « n « o 0 it i. o 2 4 2 Batetrlea- I-el far Id and Archer. Ylng ling and Miller AMERICAN Yesterday a HeaaJts Waahlngton. I, Chicago z Philadelphia, a. St. Louie I New York. 7, Cleveland. It. Boston. I. Detroit, 4 Steading of Teams Team Won. Idiot. Prt. Chl.-egu . In 17 454 Boston . *7 14 sow Waahlngton . IS II su Detroit . 21 12 III Philadelphia .11 Ik ,2‘, CWrilinl 21 II .in N*w York. It 17 «».* St lAuie ...... II 12 .171 Today'a Os.naa Boston at Detroit. Washington at Chicago* • Philadelphia at St Louis New York at Cleveland. DETROIT TIM1I TVM TASI.Bg OH BOOTOH Iff EDIT v (h j 'i a# .. t Ing shut out boll for eight Innings to ils i. Duhu* srerrnel in tor ti>M... «*, I Ht.aton • .ret threw runs With earn on se ond and firs' and onr run nestled to tie nprsltee ended 'hr gattlr with s fly to Jones Score K H f. Weston so sent* el— I 4 | Detroit ..4| 1**44 1 *14 4 Batteries Con.ns and Cerrigen. Du ll .ni Stanaer ! cl.BVicr.4XD O loar 1 New York I won trewt • lev eland to-day ! tag Steen | was se "rd o'it of the bo* in Hie etith. . Zlrn hitting the hall ever the tight field • a 1 I Caldwell threw hra arre twit tw the j fifth while pitching a star atao The aewre _ MM *. |' Ire elan 1 •■••#•■*#- ■ g I I Mew Yeeh * •irDllsa- T II g Mntter.ee s ran Mu-hell Marks Me I ant naeteetp • eldwelt W err.op and aw asset I aT |r>t Id Jitee 1 Pcs■ Melding and ewe IglSX** by fntrgr at rr ml eaagee. wavsei wttg ha y n.tttns »r the rteWerr »s • Philwde iWna this 1 after news e fame With at last a • ga * | Dears B M K I at l^wtw iteaegitg | p g r* .-r pma t *|#M 1 |4 i f 1 ••we 'e t twp'rs re* Wa> tote e Me*seated sown.gee ae a I reewt* a# e rIDea wtth Utah fwwrator >eaa Zetdrr e Hs-r at flat to tar The i r t I' w*na#e aa 1 *••**! t g j • awitfhw aagaagtai 4 e * I Matter*r« I wear end D'n-W. dinar |awd »*«•'> cant be too particular about clothes; they help to “place you” in the mind of those you meet. HART SCHAFFNER & MARX style and quality “place” a man right; if you live up to these clothes, you’ll get on. Suits like these from $15 up; some special values at $20 and $25 Hohman & Duvall Co. 34 TWELFTH STREET This store is the home of Hart Schaffner ft Marx Clolhes YARSITY LOST Defeated by Plttabarg CollOflm by Boor* of Mo 7 it i Loottlj F!«y«d Game Special I)loptir|| to the Intelligencer BOROANTOWN. Va . June 7 — In M 1oo«ely >pla> e.l game, the VemUy lo*t I to the Pltt-burgli o’ollegtana thia eft**r- ‘ rm»n by the rri*re of «• to 7. Much i wangling t«*>k place, making the game a long drawn om jifTetr. Ohariea Hick- f man. former ‘inTMn n«*<M*iatlon atar. j umpired tn« game Hrore: I W. Virginia ,\ K II r A. E. f'amtn. If . a 1 | a it if Riddle :'b 4 1 m 4 » •> llllle. Jb . 4 I J « 4 ] Sir Minn. of .... 4 # 2 •> « » Harhman. lb ... 4 1 114 o n ' Kellar. ft .4 a n n j 2 . IJmljr. . 1 I « 2 i i Hare*, c . 4 l « 4 1 i ! ainimn. ... a » o 4 j Tntala.14 7 « 27 IS 7 1 CoU*gt*aa A R. H P A. R JonoMin. rf .... 4 j • j « n • VrUullin*. •• 4 I • | 4 1 ! I.JII*. lb ...... s J 0 j * 1 | Croa*. lb .S w | * » n j Englejiait If ... » a « » « u Rhallr. rf . 4 1 j « • 0 I Griffith 2b , s Pltlnr c 4 I Khun j> . J | Tatala. 2* » f (7 II 4 Iror* by inning* | «mi Virginia . ! • I I I « | | *—7 '"nllag'ana n ti | a t t | t # y Hr.fr# run r * ■ > Thr»# late Mta - R* hman. Khatly. Tmit time hit* M. Minn Aaertfle# fi. -fnhnaon • ate tan >.*«** — 'ant an. |. R'ddl* intta. IJrtlr Plfiar j Ptrurg out Ry Rhatr. j*; h, ntrat I ton 4 ltg«ee 'm htllt <*« Ptaw. 4 off Btrnt #tlf b» pitrner pi.aw. Paeaed Nell Ptkr * !W pitch P saw • mpo^e Hiptmee ! Time of game- * M AMATEUR BASEBALL T«44r Heart rtiailnfr anr 14 • -»r md tMM tn Ih,, ,. DISEASES OF MEN THE PELVIC SPECIALISTS ' J a game any afternoon at the Inland ball park. Clamcs ran be arranged by tailing In person st the Board of Trade building or calling Bell phoae MS-U Edg wood accepts the challenge for a game with the Kulton tram Sunday .ificri.on at the A. C. park. a ( The lloidermans will play the A. II Noitee Sunday afternon at Use Forty-seventh street grounds. The IaBell-'s challenge and III year old t- am tor a k -ie of ball Sunday. June ». on any yr.iUidf, If accepted call Bell 'phone 71S-I. any time be tween one and two o'clock thla after noon aak for Rich. Th- loosing team will play a ilauble-headt r Sunday aft-mom on ihe (.anting ground*. First game at I o'clock with Blaine, and the other at 1 o clock with the L A. G. Thla afternon at the Forti'-eeveath aired jr.i mde the electrical fore*of the Rlieralde department of the Nat ional Tube company, will clash with the office force of the same company. Manager IV. V Imbodr, also super intend* r.t of the department has boon trvtng for aomc time to arrangw a , a game with the office force, but oaly yesterday «r*» succ*asful In arrang- t Ins a game The gam- will be for the champ ionship of the National Tubs com pany. and the electricians will try • yl put the glbosh on the 'ink * slfngrrs ' but the trick may bo turn ed as th- office HI represented hr a eery lir- ns aggregation. The follow, ing lineup .«f the Fleetrlcann however show* that a number of the heat hall Idavera in the vicinity are Included In the team, and the gam- given promise of being er» hot] contented, t f» Higiow. r.: r E Milter. p.: J. Humpb-ey. *e , M ra words IK ; w, " Whiteman, rapt. 7h, y .Retchn, lh.; It Nicholson. U.; E- Pritchard <-f. <3. Heah . rf. The ffenetnea -hetlengo the Teddy Rose* for a same Rondav aft-rwooa* ow anv groanda If accepted tail up IB* K this evening between I ]| end 7 e'elerk and aak for Emmett.