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BOOBS ABS0ADBy Goidberj PIRATES L THERE'S SOMETHITfG IN THE AIR THAT MAKES YOU FORGET TO CRY AS THE BOAT PULLS OUT. f r ! n n m r p n n as m 0 i Real Leader of Siunoers is Brown of Watchmakers Who is Going at .533 Clip. Car of AmY or Tjte String of Victories Gives Cause For Encouragement Week j m in American Leagire is Tame, moxp.w. .7 11 j y ii, mis now P F GIANTS m i ii ri -1 t i i i i w i I . ?ut A L-rrrLE POISONj) V IM TrG" Boy f You Vw f X KAJatvi rr is a - j WW . X- CM IT FD. X THE b'OSTOA) "TCP T-v r-.ty- :!i! r.? of the Factory If. an !.ttt:ag .'' ,r t 1 1 r, v.'nit h ;.- e , j,;. in if-'! f tht tin- organization :. jto-;.. ...g. If tin r- ' arovthing" a ba -.Pa ;i fa; lows, it i; th" j'ia;. s ,ait;nr p;- I all ha:d oas ; ia: find it P i . i . I j t i ; i i 1 of lif.v i !aa f s. .. b th" frav constant Jv v.li'j an- all aa itt ' tiii H i a S ol 111'" ral clu' .ili l...v, th - i J ) ! I n:,' mat- r;.:I . :th th' X !";. tit. n of. tho V a - 1 . :v ; !: f I S rill'l Stud-.-bakers the ir. M-nt ;-att ing order of th clubs is !r y .gu to that v.hkh was ir all j in th- eje-ning games. The records of jdav. r- compiled e-prc-.iy f,r Tii' .W- .--Tii'M's show Moore, of Sira-'.-rs, as leading tho league, ia batting. Put as this play r has only tak n part in tv.o games he ran hardly bo a pt d as the real leader, which honor is shared by Prown, (f th- Watch makers, who is clos5-L- irt--sal by p.-Pose. The hip rf Frown an- all of the r i " has- va riety while Pepo- has hit for 1 ' extra Ln s. comprising; a double, a .triple and thre home runs. The S'tuflebakcr rr.aa is als on. -f tin I'-adln? run z.-n -rs in th- ltau as h vith his Pam mat.-. W i.s. lrad in that h.partr.i at with P" ach. The J-'nidrd.-n k-r iday r- aji.-ar to 'have a jM--ru-hant for rinding tlo- bar. s for all of the jdayors in tho hai;tir vho hav: sciTt-d mor than d-.?ht runs lnrin tho s a mU tin is bat on", Conors, of Sinia rs. nho ! . st not wear a SPah bak r ur-.ifornj. Pa ry rlul) in tho facile is rcor .-a-:itoil with charm-c-I cirol.' baits rs. Put J-dnK rs ha tho i;r at st muni or, ;;:Iit in all. while .Studcbakrs ami th" Pall Pands have live oarh. the Plow boys four, and the Wat Innaka rs and I lodges thre each. Tha.- battn avora-s of ail the jdriyers. who have a 'p-rc nt .'iiro of r.0 and b. ttor are found in tho compiled api'. p.dt-d tabl.-. Te I i;;tires. riaycrs an.l CAP P U l'rt. 3!ore, Finet-rs ! .". ; .Ta'.T Jlrown Watidirnala r 0 1 2 : ..";:. 3.-pkose, Stndbkrs ..7 2 1 la 1 :: u J avidson, S'irt-a rs .. '2 C :) : .."ion Hyde, Watt lunak, rs 0 P 2 .t! Connors. in'-rs ...7 1'7 P la JM' f?i hi ibolhut. P.. P. . .S 2: IP: . P". ! -(dioeflh r, Stiuildcr . : ::s 12 17 ,117 Thiesd, Wathnihrs 7 2 ' : in . i:;r, Paeon, P.all l:arais..l 11 '. r, .U's AVtdehoneo, Pb-v ( 'o 7 2 il In .M7 Passidy, Plow P-ys . ! 12 1 a .117 Pasaday. Plov"". . . . 22 7 1?. . 1 n 1 J-a if rt. Pall P-ands .1 P". .". c, .Inn Poswoll, .ir.. is ...." 2 ) ', S . P'O AVhirakcr. Plow Co. l ., 2 2 . 1 o i :i!ira hi. Sirma r . . . : ::7 7 14 ."7 I'hi'don. T . i ! Pands.:: 1?, 2 a .'2 a 4 :ivis, Pall P.ands . .7, P S 7 ."TA Alb-n, Pall Pands . . 4 P. 7 7 .P.r.s K'aili--.-', Sinur-rs ,...s 2 7 ! .::P Mini;:-', Podi,-.- i 2 1 i t i- . S'tud.'bal:. rs . 'i 10 P" p: .:'.27 Parsiiall, Singer.-' ...s :: l : ll m:2 2 J:aab. stu.h liikf rs . ' ll ll ,::ii AVrobIewsl;i. in- rs : 2 s: .?,(:: PaPow. Pod'.-s ....s ;: r, -j . :: o i Jiit harils. Studbkrs . :o : : .r,n LORE PUT THROUGH ROPES NF.W OIUJIAXS, Julv U Pranki" Ttnso'.l of New ftrleans knocked Johnny Lorr of N"v York through the rope; i? the 11th round of their .rheduhd L'0-muia! ;;t;ht at McPon oUKhville Sunday aiterraum, aial Lore W.'S Count d OUt before li" Couhl grl ;aek Into th ritv. GlirJBOAT VS. FLYraJ XTPW Yi"in;. ,Pi!y 1 .---;unb..af Fmlth of Calil'-rr.i .1 and .Pan Plynn. the J'l-eblo t;re!;ian. ba- b. - a mat"h ed to light t-n i-ouial at Mailison iiiare garden, th':.- city. Aug. s. nuMrtno Uiir I I Lhhltnbl SPUING PIP I. P. . Jul 1 1 pr'ngr.eld won today from Terre 'up in the fourth on Johnson's single. Haute, 0 to 1. Wt !.cl pitched good; and Jackson's home run. Washing- ball and the v Pit 01 only secured three hits. WHITE SOX BEAT RED SOX 0,J THREE SVATS' J ' CHICAGO, Julv 11 Pay Collins of Boston, hdd 'ii'le-'.;,, to thr at-t-n d hits Siiii'l.iy a:..l :il ! Chieigo V."on 3 to 2. ml . o-;e runs ,. a.s . ;.r:o d. t h ii g th." on Chase sc. "Ted on a ! "n, r to de-p b it. The bth r t". o n.n- w : e lo-li--d along by errors by W.;;: r. .tm tht. ,v wild to third in an art. o- t to e: teh P. all. who was sre al : r in ae i!i.t:al inning ! v In ai h" fum- and a gain in the p; -hied Be.'ie's ground-! double folb-w , d ::!.d 1 Wea a I 's v N-.ored. :cott t 1 1 - h: d w .!! :a th tvo light n:r.g : :'. Vo avM a 1 i 'b - holding tho i '. catch of "a v.: r s prevented t!;e ;-, pro re. lb -st on i Chicago .pa 11 ( 'oihr.s and ( '.:rr i . : F'-ha'.k. Fn. ;:: . Pi l.iai. plncht s w hil i y Path a O ; ,,, ; ,, ' ' i 1 ' ' 1 1 ! ii 11 c c : : t e r ' r. T n -; e : ) ;!ic 1 1 1 d ;::a :-.tt r- r I got 11 strike-outs and allowed on'v TRY fJEWS-TirES WA;JT ADS,;h.- hu- l!- ('lalUs pot lb ii - . ' . . : ;yj.:. : It I'M. ; :. . ' ' .' :LJb--;' : ',1 U ; 4 f 31 Idii H b Vou DoMT RALUe HOW 1 THAN VbU TIGERS TAKE -TWO FROM ATHLETICS Dans Takes l ir-t I'asily ly 7 to 1 Score Si'tDiul (iamc! Haiti Fought, Ilndintr ."-!. PPTPOIT, July 1 1. Py scores of 7 to 1 and 5 ti 4. Detroit took both frames of Sunday's double header from Philadelphia. Pauss was in tine form in the Jirst, allowing hut live hits. A pass to Collins in the eighth followed by singles by Paker and Mc Jnnes, scttred the lra;rUH leader's only run. Dttroit did not hit llouck with any frequency until the eighth, but made the: most of its drives. The second game was hard fought. The Athletics established an early lead, Detrtdt doing little with Push until the sixth when a single by Craw ford, a triple by Cobb and tingles by Veaeh and High tied the score. Push retiring in favor of Pender, who yielded what proved to be the win ning run, thv result of a triple by Vitt and Crawford's long lly. Poth games abounded in sensational fielding. Philadelphia ..tau e( u ttp. i 5 1 Detroit 00 1 llo ut 7 10 1 Houck and Lapp; Dauss and Mc Kee. Second game: Philadelphia ..01 2 001 000 4 3 1 Detroit 01" 00:; 10 7 7 0 Push, Pender and Schnng; Willett, Pake anil Stanage. Pmpires. Ililde brand ;.nd ('Poughlin. SENATORS WIN THRILLER FROM NAPMEN 5-4 PPI:YI:LAND, July IP Washlns ton defeatt-d Clevelantl Sunday in a thrilling contest. Cleveland u?ed four pitchers in a desperate effort gles by Morgan and Sehank's ami Mc- Pride's triph scored two for Washing- ton in the second. Cleveland tied it ton want ahead in the l'.fth when singles by -Moeller, Fob r. Milan and Gar.dwil scored two more. Cleveland taught up again i nthe eighth when 1 .ili-i,lt Ti,lim.t,:ii Clrninvin find through the pitcher's box. Washington scored the winning run in the ninth on a pass to McBride by Kahler. Johnson's sin gle and Mcelier's single tdf Falktn 1 'tig. Cleveland ("0 Lh'.o 2o t 10 4 Washington . ..t'-o o2o 1 5 14 2 Cullop. Mitchell. Kahler. Falkeri la rg ami Carisa h: Johu mi a'alt Ain smith. Fmpiias Connolly and Mc- t i I t e V. WHITE EAGLES BEAT CUBS The White Pagb s hn.-cball team tle-f- alod the Souili Bud 'ui s in a game miiu'mv mur ni n ir at tlio ! I :i vm:i I ket Mim :iv mo. nm . 1 i I 111 I UO 1 1,1 M vr'lirO I a" , til ' Vfc I HlHItt ' IH . ..v-.v J w. " - latteries for the t(-ams were: White Pau.es. J. yiitlior and Piank Puriki: South Bad Cubs, Harry Bust and Fred Moflet. The BHiott C.iants defeated the shmshewana nr.ivs saiulav by a .-care of 'J to P Pierce of the Giants hat: it i .- , ,,,.J I 1 J I TT II t Til II J ' - V I III! nil - K. a t . a ' -'.;' -mm. . Jtli i l Xxc XV JHZr.-irj'r :-- 1SUI:. -- :a- "ir. .in- rvl I BcAb WAS pair of umire pamts IS I HP rcerrvfV -nf. T -i w . r ... r I r-- r nn2 HIM UEVR MY 1 1 FUTON IiKALi:V. The Bush League stars from out the west Show up with nerves aquiver; ornetimts they answer to the test, Sometimes they make a flivver. Hans Wagner sees them when they show ; Tie mark their on eh endeavor. Bush leaguers come, bush leaguers go, But Bans goes on forever. New baseball marvels hold the stage Anl get into the papers; A year or two they're 11 the rage And cut their brilliant capers. HIGHLANDERS EVEN UP SERIES WITH ST. LOUIS ST. LOFIS. July 1. New York evened up the series with St. Louis Sunday afternoon wanning, 3 to 2. The winning run was scored on Wel ters' single. Croc's sacrifice nd a single by Peckinpaug. In the first inning St. Louis got two passes and two doubles, but one run was all they could tally. Agnew hit the ball over the left Held fence for a home run in the seventh. New York's first run " the result of a pass, a sacrifice ...o. a s;t.g!e. Two singles and an out counted another for the easterners in the fourth. New York 001 100 010 3 9 0 St. Iouis 1C0 000- 100 2 7 2 oFrd and Smith; Mitchell and Ag new. Umpires Dineen and Egan. RELAY BOYS TO GET PINS The bronze pins which will bo given to the boys who took part in the cress country relay race a fw weeks ago, carrying a message from Pres. Wilson to Mayor Harrison of Chicago, will arrive in South Bend within a few days to be given to the local boys. This was the word received by J. B. Miller Saturday by a letter from the department at Chicago. In all nearly SCO pins will be. given out. west ex i) cms WIX. The West End defeated the Mishawaka Tigers Sunday afternoon by the score of 9 to 4 on the Mish awaka diamond. The batteries for the Cubs were: Tafelski and De Rose. SUr f ;efV -7 ' 'I I 1 , . - ' I . -I . A. I M M M W rt jvi)6 Uf7rst"' : V, rH Nr-ra Mzy VPn p (n jt ' r V. Vrs-( . r . a : ii7Z27 r Zr2, THe Bor GLbs SLovJULV FtOH PlE YOU FGHI UPRM- bEUcSHT IM'-rT W OUGHT HTHcAT Yoo ARE pu-rnsiG a, TeMexiou . bis - The Grand Old Dutchman M 1 A - ' r fin i ii"1. But soon we lind they're getting slow, Their game is not so clever; And then they fade away and blow. But Hans goes on forever. Great pitchers try to strike him out. But little do they profit; He libs the ball th... same old clout And knocks t4e cover off it. lie likes the fast ones or the slow, Whatever their endeavor; So pitchers come and pitchers go, But Hans goes on forevtr. Bach year some wordror. hitters rise And 'make their little racket. .ADLERS LEAVE FIELD IN St'n With the score standing 9 to 1C against them in the ninth inning, the AdL rs 1 ft the field and forfeited to the Iloosier Creams, jrs.. 9 to 0. The feature of the game was"' the hitting of Frank of the winners, who got five hits out of live times up. ELKHART BLUE SOX FALL BEFORE LIG0NIER FLKIIABT, I ml., July 1 1. Ligoii ier's bas.-ball club defeated the Blk hart Blue Sox at Ligonier Sunday afternoon, the score being 3 to 2. HI k hart had the game roped and tied until two costly errors tn the part of an outfielder, a wild throw and a "huff" allowed Tagonier two runs. The Blue Sex's two scores were both made by four-sackers, Searles and Back, the two men first to bat in the fourth inning each lining out a homer. The game was a pitchers' battle. Lyons pitched an excellent gamo, fanning 10 of the Ligonier sluggers. In one instance with three men on liases niM none down, Lyons pulled himself out. striking out two in order to keep the score clean. Slaybaugh, pitching for Ligonier, struck out nine men. ADVOCATES THE PRACTICAL FRANKLIN. Inch. July 14. "We have been preaching Christian union for years; It is time we were taking some practical steps toward culti vating the spirit of union." declared Judge H. C. Parnett,In the Tabernacle Christian church here Sunday. V -s "V -"S M m VI. I v - w I I - J f , ANY You SkovM Ycu. FlMh5 YouR. SmTGeOOM ANb TRY To THE RATT OKE" Ot2 THE S-t-CWC comb , tzrs . And when they whang the tall It flies; My goodness, how they whack it! Put when the season's standings show We lind old Hans endeavor Still proves that hitters come and go, While Hans goes on forever. The seasons matfo no dent in him; His throwing arm is limber; Somehow he's always right in trim; lie's like some sound old timber. In fact, it surely seems as though Old Time would get him never, For fans and players come and ffo, But Hans goes on forevtr! FIWIKS LOSE TO ELKHART ELKHART. Ind., July 14. The Colts defeated the South Bend Fhvecks. 10 to 9, at the Colts' dia mond Sunday afternoon. The game compared favorably with the exhibi tions of town-lot ball with which Elk hart fans have been treated lately. The Fi weeks went to pieces in the first inning, allowing the Colts to score seven runs, but settled down and hitting Krafft quite freely, with the balance of the Colt team giving poor support, tied the score In the fourth, no more scoring being done until the eighth, when the Colts forxed into the had again. The batteries were Krafft and Stratton; Baker and Martin. FEDERALS TAKE MONCLAVE EAGLE PASS. Texas., July 14. Monclova, an important rebel strong hold in the state of Coahuila. 150 miles south of Eagle Pass, was cap tured by federal troops Saturday, ac cording to advices received here Sun day. The loss of life on both sides is reported to have been heavy. Ynustiano Carranza. revolutionary leader, is. massing his forces, and probally will retake the town. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS Pabst Beer AVwt.j-3 pure, light or dar. DtllT ered to your home. 50c per-clozea. J. IIOFTOIAN" 231 No. Michigan SU Eell 2075 Home 5594 ?aimFU(. c-AfcDENlNG Vl - X , "S. s'J- M' X LEAGUE STANDINGS national li:ac;i i: w. New York 51 Philadelphia 41' Chicago 4L Pittsburgh 3'J Brooklyn 3" L. Pet. 14 .080 :;o .5S3 - . it ..to S . 5 0 i 3 8 .479 PJ .434 4 ll .412 4-j .;;ss Poston St. Louis i Cincinnati 31 amkkicax li:a(;it Philadelphia "7 22 Cleveland .V 22 Washington '. 4.". 37 Chicago 4 3 3i Poston :;: 3'J Detroit 3 5 72 St. Pouis 3 4 .":: New Y?rk -4 5 3 A.AI I III CAN ASS( CIATIOX. Milwaukee 55 2 4 Pouisville IS 3'J Minneapolis 4 5 4 0 Kansas City 4 5 4 3 Columbus 47 47 St. Paul 3 0 4 5 Toledo 3,7 51 Indianapolis 3,3 50 ci:xtkal li:a(;ui:. Grand Rapid 5 4 18 Fort Wayne 4 3 3S SpringfiHd 4 2 3o Dayton 3? 4 3 Terre Haute . 35 46 Evansville 4'J .010 . ,4 J . 5 3 tj . 500 ! .4 02 . 391 . 3 J 2 .CIS - . . o . - .o2'J .511 .500 .434 .420 . 3'JS .053 .531 .470 . 4 32 WAYNES DROP. TWO GAMES ' DAYTON, July 14. Dnyt- took two straight Sunday from Ft. Wayne, the first by the score of 5 to 1, the snnrl 11-1 In the initial battle Po- , , , 4 1 . man held the visitors to nxV hits. total of 19 hits were garnered by the locals in the second game. Ft, Wayne 010 Ooo o00 1 5 1 Dayton 1C0 00 4 COO 5 11 1 Toothman' and Martin; Powan and Armstrong. Umpire Boss. .Second game: Ft. Wayne ...100 0 00 000 1 4 1 Dayton 203 003, jl 11 ll I Atkins and Wager; Webb and Arm strong. CLERGYMAN RETAINS TITLE LOS ANGBBFS, Calif.. July 14 Fred Thompson-, a young Presbyter ian clergyman of this city Saturday retained the world's all around ath letic championship at the close of the track meet on Board field. His points for the ten events numbered 7.410 1-2 or 79 1-2 fewer than the record he es tablished a month ago. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS ' ''''r-.r- ri'mi I '11 iinin fct ili m mm.m CLOSED THURSDAY EVENING M T n r r ET3 r n R UU1 i Ml.. , .1 I.I . J ' - .'V-J- 1. Every Hirsh-Wickwirc and Society Brand goes into this saleBlue Serges as well $35.00, $30.00, $27.50, $25.00-no matter what the former price was, today it s cut to $17 $17 Big Doings, too, in other Departments. It's your one big chance this sea son to save money. I!ran-li Notn Dam?. :;.ilyi:i ami UaJilncton. Xi:W YOPK. Julv IP Th" Par.t he'd t!i center of the 1 a -c a .ill s!;t;. dur.r.f the last t.-k, e 'ntiuairiK: t i winning streak that ha pat thfia f.tr out in the front of the race, but a-i an another week opens :h-y face th possibility of serious rivalry from aa old time foe. i'hica-M o ::is hardly to have the all-around tr -r.-jth this year to ie t)ie chanipion a haltP: but the baseball world is fast wak-inu- up to th fact that the Pitts.-l-ur-:lis have at las: started on a ratr. paue that threats, ns st rios troutl-j for the elubs ala ad tf tlo -n. It is of eourM' :mpo.-;ble to tell how lor: they v;Ii k . j aji tliis win ning paee, an analys:s of the way they hae won their stria.; of straight viettiries Kie. their fiaen.is cause lr encouragement. The pitelars aio now apparently back in the f.-rm thui caused the staff to b !a.-s- d oa pa- per as about the best in the h .tgi. . That the team is batting well is at tested by the 7 4 hits made during tie; week, while the liyJing has been w .1 looked after. New York worked their s;rir..r of snce-ssie victories up to 14 during the Week and then fed before Chica go, which club otherwise fan J pot.rly until striking ea.-ier going in Brook lyn. The week's figures make sorry reading for friends of the Pliilad 1 phia Nationals, for the eluh tiropp , all but two ganus in seven and ft 11 back to a point 7 1-2 games behind the (Pants. American i Tame. The wa l k in the Aaoritan b ague was Lame compared with the Mirnn-f happenings in the older organisation. Cleveland got some satisfat lion by keeping pace with the Athletus. eacu winning four nut of six. games. Washington and Chicago both fell off and Boston broke only a little bet ter than even. St. Bonis wa.- the only team to hold its own with the leader. in games won and lost. but New York's splitting their w ins and loss. .- evenly while Detroit kept up its wt a!c work by losing live of seven ga:i . The record in each league of garn s and men left n oases, is as follows: National. P. W. P. P. H. 1:. LB. . . 0 5 1 3 4 3 11 4 S ..7 2 5 3 4 Oit U J 1 . . 7 :: 4 2 4 5 s 1 1 4 1 . . 0 o 0. 22 0.: 11 4 ; . . S S 0 4 17 4 X 5 J . . S 2 0 2 7 51 1 5 A 2 . . s 5 3 5 S2 20 ! . . S 4 4 3 1 7 1 12 4 2 American. New York Philadelphia Chicago Brooklyn . . Pittsburgh . j St. Bonis . . . Boston Cincinnati . Philadelphia Cleveland .. Washington Chicago Boston . . . . 17. Louis . . . 1 etroit New York . . . 0 4 2 4 3 f, 5 . . 0 4 2 30 T.3 C y 10 5 ) 4 1 4 7, i 2 10 3 1 4 3 3 0 3 . 1 .0 1 3 3 J 1 5 2 2 fi i 2 2 4 7 17 7 2 5 2 0 50 10 0 3 3 20 4S 5 4 7 xChieago forfeited game St. Louis July 0, seote n-o. BREWERS HAVE COMMANDING LEAD CHICAGO. July 14 Milwaukee apparently has a good char.ee to re tain the lead it just gained in the American association as Cojumbus, the former pacemaker, has start d on a long journev around the northern cir- . 'liT while Milwaukee wSm j,., meeting all comers mi its home grounds. Tho loss of Pitcher McQuillan to Pitts burgh hurt Columbu-?. Mcquillan has been a lag league pitcher b fore, pitching for Philadelphia and Cincin nati. He is the first plaer this sea son to leave the assoeiution for the, major?. EVAS LOSE TO GR. RAPIDS EVANS VI LLP. Ind.. July 14. nlv three local players got as far as sec ond ba.-e off Pfefia i, the- Grand Pap ids twirler, whom it is said s" r .t I big league clubs are after, and L -ansville lost, 9 to f. Fromholtz w. -hit hard and const euti ly. II -? walks and two wild pitches were a! very costly. Koehb r got a home run. The hitting of Met- ami S hmick al-o featured. Grand Rapids 201 2'b ' : 9 12 1 Evansvilh- . ..(cm- cm. -o n j Pft ffer and MoGraw: Fromholtz and Str.Utim. Fmp.r.. Flynn. OPEN SATURDAY EVENING i