THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
WOOD BLOWS IN
: THE ELEVENTH
WHAT EVESY FISHERMAN SHOULD ENOW. By Goldberg.
GITS NOW LE
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Two Teams Play a Ten Inning
Game Which is Filled With
Errors That Allow Several
Pass and a Wild Throw Are
Starters For Washington
Johnson is Called on to Save
TCnsDAY, JTIA" J, 19JS
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1. J or. V.'r nrl
in the 11th inning Monday
and Wellington d'f'-ated Boston. ?
to 1. After pa.-:ri.r a man to first
the Poston pitch r throw v. i ' f ! to that
base to ral h a runn-r. Pall fumbled
a hit and Woo.fs dli' -ry was fo.ind
by both Gai.dil and Morgan f.r nn-gle-i.
scoring two run-, and breaking
the V- vhirh had thrown the game
into extra innings.
It -was a pif-hers' b.-.ttlc ltwrrn
"Wood .and Groom up o tin- s-v-nth.
In the eighth Val' Johnson w;is in
jected int th- :'.m.' hy Manaircr
Griffith after WilPams. pinch hitting
for Groom, had ti.d tin score with
a double. John-Ti h ld I'.o.-ton to one
hit l?i the four Inrin-s he pitchf-d and
Ffurk out three men. including a
pinch hitter, in the llth inning.
"Wood allowed Washington only
three hits and struck out ten nun in
the hist .seven 'nnl.ntrs.
"Wash 0"0 ("" 010 f'2 3 0 1
Boston . .-010 ooo ("0 001 r, :j
Groom. Johnson and Henry. Ain
smith; Wood and Carrigan. Umpires
McGrcevey and Connolly.
BALL LOST IN SUN
GIVES NAPS A GAME
Browns Get Nine Hits lint Tail to
Tap Hall When IIIU Art- Needed
to Get Huns.
ST. LOIJTS. July 1. Although out
hit nearly two t.i one Cleveland wui
tho opening pimt- Monday or' the se
ries -with Ht. Louis three to two. Tho
winning run was-seored in the ninth
inning when Williams bst lsun's
drive, in tho sun and it went for a
two-hawser, scoring Johnson, who had
Cleveland tal.ied first. pr-ttintr two
runs in the second on a pass, an error
and two singles. A base on balls, a
Mnglo nn('. an out netted the first St.
iouis run. Three singles in the sev
enth tkd the s'-ore. In this inning
with hases full and two out, Williams
rolled to the pitcher, ending the rally.
",rveland . . ..o2n Ofu 'nl :? r, 1
St. Ivnii.s 000 010 inn 2 0 .,
Gregg and Carisch; Paumsardner,
"Wdlman and Agnew. Umpires
( VLough'in .and Hildehrand.
PHILLIE PLAYER IN
SCRAP WITH McGRAW
Brcnnan Downs Giants Manager
Win Taunted I!iin During
the Game Monday.
PHILADELPHIA .July l.-M.in-nger
John McGraw of the New York
National league busebal club was
knocked down by two blows on the
Jaw delivered by Pitcher Prennan of
the Philadelphia National league club,
after Monday's contest between the
The New York manager was walk
ing across the field talking with an
otlier Philadelphia player. Nearly
.all the speetatrs bad left the grounds.
Suddenly Prennan sprang toward him
and swims: his right hand to Me
Graw's jaw. landing above bus chin
and followed it up with a second bb'w
from his left hand which landed be
low the ear.
McGraw dropped before he could
Fee who had hit him. Later he de
clared' that he must have been kicked
but other players who find quickly
pulled Prennan away declare that
only two blows were stria k. McGraw
soon recovered and went to his hotel.
Prennan declares he was exasperat
ed beyond the limit of endurance by
taunts directed during the game by
the New York manager at members
of tho team.
PLANK HOLDS YANKS
TO THREE LONE HITS
NEW YOKK. July 1. The Ath
letics experienced little difficulty in
defeating New York, shutting out the
locals b.v a scire ni" rix to nothing.
Ilank, the veteran southpaw pitcher
of the visitors, held the locals to three
Although Plank In the sixth inning
Issued three pisses and Midkiff hit a
triple th-re was n s e,ring. Sehulz
held the visiters af.- early in the
j.ame and received brilliant support
for f.ve innings, after which tho
your. it pitcher's support crumbled and
his work also deteriorated. A catch
bv Walsh on 1 Unlets hi Pu
lp, nir.g u :is the feature.
Philadelphia . . n ee2 121 f. '
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RUHS OFF PIRATES
Jimmy Lavender Goes Good,
Allowing Only Three Hits
While the Bruins Hit the
CHICAGO, July P Jimmy lav
ender was almost invincible Monday
and held Pittsburgh to three hits,
only two of which were clean and
bunched, and Chicago won 12 to 2.
Chicairo pounded Camnitz so hard
that lie was forced to retire In favor
of Cooper, who was equally easy for
the locals and lie pave way to Fred
Payers, a recruit pitcher from Prown
university, who made his debut in the
biT leapue Monday. He pitched a
fairly pood same and contributed tho
final hit for the visitors.
Pittsburgh . .200 000 000 2 3
Chicago . ...103 610 10 12 IS :
Camnitz, Cooper, Payers and Cole
man; Lavender and Archer. Umpires
Quigley and Pmslie.
PLAY FULL GAME IN
LITTLE OVER AN HOUR
Indianapolis Peats Columbus One to
Nothing in Fastest flame on
nation Aij li:a(;i;i;.
w. p. ret.
New York 4 0 23 .6 3 5
Philadelphia 3S 22 .633
Prooklyn 24 27 .557
Chicago 35 31 .530
Pittsburgh 30 35 .4 62
St. Louis 28 3 8 .4 3 3
P.oston 26 37 .413
Cincinnati 25 41 .371)
a m kkican li:agui:.
Philadelphia 48 17 .738
Cleveland 42 25 .627
Chicago 30 . 32 .549
Washington 37 32 .536
Poston 3 4 3 0 .5;U
iXetroit 28 44 .389
St. Louis 28 4C .378
New York ! 19 4 6 .29 2
Milwaukee 4 8 29 .6 23
Columbus 4 4 27 .620
St. Paul . . . , 35 34 .507
Louisville 37 36 .507
Minneapolis 3 6 3 6 .500
Kansas City 36 40 .4 74
Indianapolis 28 42 .400
Toledo 29 4 5 .392
Grand Papids 41 26 .612
Springfield 37 29 .561
Ft. Way no 34 31 .52 3
Dayton 32 34 .485
Terre Haute 31 36 .4 6 3
Evansville 2 3 42 .35 4
EASTERLY HAKES A
His Sharp Single Sends Two
Runs Over and Sox Take the
First Game From Jennings'
Men, 6 to 4.
L'nTANAPOLIS, July 1. A single
score in the second inning here Mon
day allowed Indianapolis to win the
fastest game ever played on a local
diamond from Columbus, 1 to 0.
Peilly's double. Galloway's single and
his forced out sent Peilly across tho
plate with the lone tally. Cook and
SVhardt pitched wonderful ball, the
former allowing four hits and the lat
ter three. The game was played in
one hour and nine minutes.
Columbus . ..000 000 000 0 3 0
Indianapolis . .010 009 00 1 4 0
Cook anil Smith; SVhardt and Casey.
Umpires Westervelt and Irwin.
STEIL'S HOMER IS
BIG HELP TO RAPIDS
Porch, door and every description.
Ordtr your NOW. Estimate fur
S. H. S-rrm SL Wcxl Novelty Co.
Heme 71C1 812 il. Potriuan
G P AND PAPIDS. July 1. Stell's
homo run in the eighth with two run
ners ahead of him gained Grand
Papids a seven to four verdict over
Ft. Wayne Monday. poth Powman
and Young were hammered hard, the
game abounding in long hits among
them four two-sackers for the locals
and five for the visiters.
Grand Rapids .1 1 0 0 20 03 7 13 3
Fort Wayne ...o,i m 000 4 12 4
Powman and McGraw; Young and
Martin. Fmpire Flynn.
1 1 VjS V LTS Y I :STI TI ID AY.
Chicago, 12; Pittsburgh. 2.
Cincinnati, 4; St. Louis, 7.
Philadelphia, 10; New York, 11 (10
Brooklyn, 1; Poston. 9.
Detroit, 4; Chicago, 6.
St. Louis. 2; Cleveland, 3.
New York, 0; Philadelphia, 6.
Poston, 1; Washington, 3 (11 in
nings)." American Association.
Indianapolis, 1 ; Columbus, 0.
Toledo, 5; Louisville, 4 (11 innings).
St. Paul. 1; Milwaukee, 3.
Minneapolis. IS: Kansas City, 4.
Dayton, 6; Terre Haute, 2.
Springfield, 4; Evansville, 0.
Grand Papids, 7; Fort Wayne, 4.
DETROIT. July 1. Chicago Mon
day won from Detroit 6 to 4, in tho
first of a three-game series. Hard
and opportune hitting produced the
victory. Manager Jennings used two
pinch hitters in the seventh and one
in the ninth, but none of them con
nected. Easterly, Chicago's pinch hitter, on
the other hand, made good with a
sharp single in the sixth inning, that
sent two runs across the plate. Bush
with a triple, a two-bagger and a
single, vas the heavy hitter, whilo
Chase 'pot a triple and two singles.
Peall made the big hit, however, his
drive over Cobb's head in the eighth
inning being good for the circuit.
Chicago 020 0-02 0206 13 3
Detroit HO 000 0114 9 2
White, Penz and Schalk; Hall. Zam
lock and Stanage. Umpires Evans
RDUSH IS NOT THE .
LEADER 111 CENTRAL
THE WE SOI
; AMI-IS TODAY.
Chicago at Detroit.
Philadelphia at New York.
Washington at Poston.
Cleveland at St. Louis.
Pittsburgh at Chicago.
Boston at Prooklyn.
New York at Philadelphia.
St. Louis at Cincinnati.
Ft. Wayne at Grand Rapids.
Dayton at Terre Haute.
Evansville at S'pringfield.
Columbus at Indianapolis.
Louisville at Toledo.
Kansas City at Milwaukee.
St. Paul at Minneapolis.
Indianapolis, 7; St. Louis, 3.
Cleveland. 8; Chicago. 6.
Kansas City, 7; Pittsburgh.
BOLT OF LIGHTING
Grandstand at Ball Park of
River Town is Hit and Dam
aged to the Extent of
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MADDEN SEEMS DUE
FOR A MINOR LEAGUE
Gives Five Passes, Makes Three Wild
Pitches and a Boot in Game
TERRE HAUTE, Ind., July 1.
Madden helped Dayton win from
Terre Haute six to two Monday when
his rive passes, three wild pitches and
error figured in the scoring. Strem
mel pitched his first game in the Cen
tral this season. He was effective
and had good support.
Dayton 110 100 210 6 10 2
Terre Haute ..011 000 000 2 S 4
Stremmel and Armstrong; Madden
and Hargrove. Umpire Groeschow.
ONLY THREE EVAS GET
AS FAR AS THIRD BASE
Springfield .Make Their Six Hits
Count For Four Runs Visitors
More or less tough luck is attached
to the Evansville club. With the
team trailing the league in the per
centage column, there comes an an
nouncement that a bunch of lightning
struck the grandstand at the park
Mondav and right away it's damaged
to the extent of $10,000.
Although, any loss like that is not
welcome, the promoters of the base
ball situation at the river town
should be able to stand it. The at
tendance there has been of the best
and money has been coming in reg
ularly to "the coffers of the manage
ment. South Bend might be considered
lucky when it is taken into consid
eration that if Evansville had not
been favored by Louie Heilbroner.
this city would still 1 in the circuit.
Possibly the weather man just has a
grudge against Evansville or maybe
the fates decreed that no matter who
got that franchise, the grandstand
was going to be struck by lightning.
Now If South Pend had been lucky
enough to land that place, there
might not have been a perfectly good
grandstand out at Springb-ook today.
If that had been the cae. the promote
ers here would certainly have Been
hard hit. for it is almost certain that
league baseball would not have paid
this season. That may be seen by
the poor attendance at the independ
ent and some of the Factory league
Pitchers Seem to Have Dis
covered a Weakness to the
j Young Phenom Who Was
Breaking Fences Before.
Pitchers aro.nd the Central league
seem to have discovered a weakness
to young Poush of Evansville. who
for a time was smashing the hall to
all corners of the lot, as he is down
from the top and is not the leading
swatter in the league at present.
Faulkenberry of the Evas is the
leader with an average of .455. Ho
has taken part in only 17 games and
been at bat. only 33 times. Stewart of
Sprinutield, who has taken part In 55
games with an average o? .364, is the
real leader. Tutweiler of Ft. Wayne is
there with a mark of .352.
Three old Central leaguers are bat
ting at a .330 clip. They are Pick
and Wheeler of the Terre Haute team
and Pen Koehler of this city, who is
holding down second base for the
Grand Rapids team'. Shaw of Dayton
is also batting at a .330 pace.
Roush, who was 'hitting up around
the .400 mark, is now down to .314,
the same mark that is supported by
Lefty Core of Grand Rapids.
Webb, who is an old one in tnis
league, heads the pitchers. He has
worked in only two games this sea
son hut has managed to win both of
them. Furchner of Evansville and
Petts of Terre Haute are others who
are sprouting a clean pitching aver
age. Madden "has started in 16 games
and has a poor record. He has lost
nine games and has only won two.
Leonard has walked 56 men and his
wildness has been the worst handi
cap he has had to travel with this
SEVEN BALLOONS LISTED
NEW YORK. July 1. Seven en
tries for the fifth annual balloon race
have been received by the Aero club
of America it was announced Monday
night by Allan R. Hawley, president
of the club and chairman, of the gen
eral contest committee. Another
balloonist is expected to qualify, mak
ing eight that will make tho start
from Kansas City July 4. under the
auspices of the Kansas City Aero club.
That First Contra
by Notre Dame Pi
August Herrmann of
Baseball commission handed down a
finding Monday in which he awarded
the services of Player W. G. Lathrop,
a student of Notre Dame university,
to the Chicago American league club.
Iathrop signed to play with the
Chicago Americans at the end of his
college work. He then signed to play
with the New York Nationals, claim
ing that he needed this money to com
plete his college work. The chairman
held that the llrst contract was bind
ing, declared the New York contract
null and void and ordered the player
to report to the Chicago Americans at
PHILADELPHIA. July l.-New
ork won the opening game of th
series here Monday in ten innings, li
to 10, and thereby captured first place
in the National league race.
The contest was filled with rxcitin
incidents being marked by numerous
bits of bad playing and hy a number
of brilliant catches and rtop. Th
errors of the home players were moro
costly than those of the visitors.
A muff by Magee and a fumble by
Paskert in the fourth inning contrib
uted three runs to New York and
Doolan made three of his four errori
in the fifth and seventh sessions, which
assisted the visitors to some of their
seven runs in these periods.
Four of Philadelphia's runs wrre
largely the result of mlsplays on tha
part of the visiting fielders. Philadel
phia took a lead of 5 to 0 in tho
lirst three innings by piling up si
hits with a fumble by Snodgrass.
The home players made two errors
in the first, but Seaton got out of th
trouble by striking out Doyle and
Merkle. In the fourth. Magee's fum
ble, three hits and Paskert's fumblo
gave the visitors three runs. MoCor
mick. acting as a pinch hitter, drove
in two of the tallies.
Wiltse went to the rubber in the
fourth. New York took the lead In
the fifth on to passes, singles by
Fletcher. Murray's sacrifice My, Myers'
double and an error by Doolan. Tho
home team tied the score in this in
ning on Ibert's infield single, Wiltse'a
wild throw nd Iyibert's steal home.
Singles by Meyers and Snod grass, a
pair of passes and two errors by Doo
lan gave New York four more runs
in the seventh. The home team
scored two runs in the same session
on a fumble by Doyle, Macro's sincln
and Cravath's double. Mathewson
then took Wiltse's place. Cravath
scored from second ba.se when the
plate was left uncovered after Merkle,
got Doolan's grounder and beat tho
runner to first base. Shafer was
benched in the eighth inning, which
was pitched by Chalmers, for disput
ing a decision at second base. His
place was taken by Herzog. Alexand
er pitched the last two innings. In the
tenth Snodgrass beat out an infield
grounder, took second on Burns out
and scored the winning run on Iter
zog's slncle to left field.
New York .000 330 400 1 11 12 3
Phila 104 010 310 010 13 7
Tesreau. Wiltse. Mathewson and
Meyers; Seaton, Chalmers, Alexander
and Killifer. Umpires Klem and
Lathrop was one of Notre Dame's
leading pitchers during the past sea
son and his ood work soon had the
scouts paying visits to the local uni
versity ball grounds. He was wanted
by several, but the White Sox put in
the first bid and it was thought that
he would join that team. A later an
nouncement sent him to the Giants.
The newest Sox is a right hander
and his friends here predict a success
ful entry to the big league. He has
plenty of speed, good curves and good
control. He is a big fellow and
should show with the Sox.
CARDS HAVE EASY
TIME WITH THE REDS
Packard Lasts Little 0er Ono
Inning and tIohnn Poos
ENDS LIFE WHEN GIRL
DOESN'T NAME THE DAY
INJURED MAN IMPROVES
Wilbur Chapman Thrown When Ma
chine Hits Pebble.
Wilbur Chapman, a motorman on
the street railway, who was injured
Sunday when he was thrown from
his motorcycle at Springbrook park,
is reported by the doctor who is at
tending him vs being much improved.
The man was driving his machine at
a moderate rate of speed when it
struck a pebble and turned over,
throwing him to the pavement.
SPRINGFIELD, O.. July 1.
Springfield won Monday's game from
Evansville four to nothing, only two
of the visitors reaching third base.
Evansville . . . .000 000
Springfield . . .001 000
Barker and Stratton;
Sjiider. Umpire Ross.
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Money r asf
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TO GET THEM"
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Bnt men and rr.rn of In
telligence reccrri: : l the pos
sibility, of ni'..;ortune, ad
versity. b.-Flneaa reversals
fren eme unforseen cause
i::d are providing for the
future. They are the people
who today havo more than
four billion dollars on de
posits in Savings Depart
ments In the banks and trust
companies of the United
What are yon doing?
Why not start a Savin g
Account here and let your
money earn 4 percent inter
est? One dollar will open an
account here if you can't
spare more. Call today.
St Joseph County
The St. Joseph Loan
& Trust Co.
K. H. Hilhnan (iocs to Home He Had
Furnished For Intended Wife
to Con) Suicid
ELKHART. Ind., July 1.
Despondent because his sweetheart
refused eeveral times to set the wed
dine day, E. It. Hillman, 21 years old.
retired to his bedroom some time
Monday morning and sent a bullet
from a revolver into his brain. Hill
man lived alone in a small house six
miles southeast of this, city which he
was furnishing for a home for him
self and his intended bride.
The young man had been to call
upon his sweetheart Sunday evening
as usual. Monday morning he failed
to appear about the place and neigh
bors becoming alarmed searched the
place at noon, finding the .voung man
dead in his bedroorn with a revolver
in his hand. He left a farewell nnte,
but It was turn" I over to the young
man's father by Coroner J. C Mast
and the contests were i not made public
CINCINNATI, July 1. St. Loubj
knocked Packard out of the box in
the second Inning and Fcored enough
runs off him to win, Johnson, who
succeeded Packard, pitched fair ball.
but was taken out to allow Pevors to
run lor mm in tne sevemn inning.
Harter yielded only one. hit In the two
innings be was In the box.
Mageo was ordered out of the gam
by Fmpire Prennan in the fourth in
ning for disputing a derision.
St. Louis 230 00 2 000 7 11
Cincinnati . ..010 000 ?,0Q 4
Sallee and Wingo; Packard. John
son, Harter and Clark. Umpires
Prennan and Kason.
RUCKER IS VICTIM
OF THE BOSTON LADS
CYowd Greets Dodgers on Their He
turn But Are Forced to Ixvne
BROOKLYN. J"Y !- The return
of the Brooklyn's after a month's ab
sence drv out a big crowd, but was
otherwise disappointing. The Boston's
knocked Rucker out of the box in th
fourth inning and was getting to
Wagner when Callahan was S'-nt in
to bat for him.
Allen was hit hard In the eighth when
two doubles, two single;, a pass and
a wild pitcn snt over three runs. Six
hits sent Pucker to the club house in
the fourth, the visitors piling up fiv
runs. Perdue was effective, Pronk-
Devlin made a
two singles in six
lvn's onlv run being the result of
pass and two hits,
triple, a double and
trips to the plate.
Perdue and Rariden; Rucker, War
ner. Allen and Miller, Fischer. Um
pires Pigler and Byron.
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