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ITWPAY. .TCT.X 13, 1915
' THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
BOOBS ABROADBy Goldberg.
IINGS LOOK A BIT HAZY WHEN THEY FIRST DROP YOU ON ENGLISH SOIU
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'chultz Pitches Good
Second Contest is Featured bv
a Fight Between Magee and
Cathers Wingo Pulls a Nice
Bone.
.flnninst Plpvplanrl nnrl Rut
For Knight Would Have Had
a Shutout.
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CLEVELAND. July IS. New York
lefcated Cleveland 7 to 1 Thursday
vhcn Kahler and tho of the
'lovoland team wxnt up In tho air in
:ho coni Inning, allowing tho visit
ors to M-oro six runs.
b'chultz held Cleveland to six scat
tered hits and but for Knight's wild
throw to third In tho sixth with a
runner on second, might have hold
Cleveland sco repass. Chapman singled
and was rounding second on tho hit
and run whoa Knis-'ht'o error allowed!
him to score.
Doubles by Kn'lit ami Mldkiff.
baea tin balls to Gossott and Wolters
and sdngles by Daniels and Creo
scored six runs for New York In tho
second "with tho assistance of throe
Cleveland errors. Cullop then re
placed Kahler for Cleveland and held
Nov. York to five hits and one run.
New lork scoring another in tho third
hn l'eckinpauKM s single. Hartzell's
-aCTifiCo and Jackson's fumble of Mld
clfl's single,
:ievcland . ..OOO 001 000 1 d 4
New York . 061 000 000 7 10 2
Kahler, Cullop and O'Nell: Schuiz
tnd Oossott. Umpires O'Loughlin
tind IUldcbrand.
FIGHT TODAY FOR
THEM TITLE
rour Indianapolis Men Are Left
to Finish in the Semi-Finals
at the State Contest at
Muncie.
MUNCIi:. Ind.. July IK. As tho
esult of Thursday's play In the fight
or tho state golf title. Hurt Wilbur
r
tho Highland club, Robert Rescner
bf the Riverside: club, both of Indian
Upolis. Burr Swezey of Marion and
pavld Baxter of tho Highland club,
Indianapolis, will light it out in the
keml-llnals Friday. Wilbur Is sched
uled to meet Rccnex and 5wtzey will
blay Raxtcr.
Tho match between Rcsener and
Wilbur Friday is expected to bo a bat-
It le royal as both players are in pood
orm and appear to bo about evenly
natched. Young frTwezey appears to
q stronger this vcar than last and
;ic is playing a great game as the
result, the odds are in his favor for
Lho state championship.
Following .are the results of Thurs
day's championship plays:
Wilbur defeated Red wine,
Resoner defeated Keys, 5
i to play.
Swezey defeated Ay res, 9
to play.
Raxter defeated Shideler,
up.
up and
up and
5 up, 4
o play.
For the president's cup the play
re-
ulted:
Nusbaum defeated Jones, G up, 5 to
)Iay.
Stevenson defeated Baldwin. 2 up
aid 1 to play.
Mossier defeated Trimble, 1 up.
Ijcsh defeated McNaughton, 2 up
ind 1 to play.
For the committee cup was as fol
ows: Kby defeated O'Hara, 3 up and 1
o play.
R. P. Johnson defeated Coon, 5 up
tnd 4 to plAy.
James defeated Prutzman, 2 up.
Fisher defeated Wood, 4 up, 2 to
For directors' cup:
Wilson defeated Rancker. 2 up.
Shaffer won from McElwaino by de
fault.
Heath defeated MoNoely. 1 up.
J. E. Johnson defeated Sampson,
up, 3 to play.
For secretary's cup:
"Wilson defeated Sandford, 1 up.
Remington defeated McCarty by de
au'.t. Prutzman defeated Sears, default.
Loom is defeated Jenkins. 4 up. 3
o play.
BT. LOUIS CLUB WINNER
.'rand Rapids Boat Club Lo-.es Out on
Second Ray.
PEORIA. III., July IS. Tho Cen
ral States' Amateur Rowing assocla
ion regatta closed Thursday w it hi the
Iound City club of St. Louis win
ing the majority of events. At the
nd of the Feeond day's racing, the
Iound City R. C. of St. Louis and the
Irand Rapids R. - C. club of Grand
'.xpids tied for points, but the point
fizo was awarded to tho Mound City
".en because they won the greatest
timber of medals.
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Always pure, licrht or dark. DeliT
red to your home, 50c per dozen.
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FOR WHITE SOI
Four Runs in the Seventh on
Hits and Collins' Boot Give
Them Game Over the League
Leaders.
CHICAGO, July 18. Chicago won
a pitching duel between Scott and
Rush live to two Thursday, making it
two straight from the league leaders.
After Philadelphia had tied the
score by bunching hits by Mclnnis,
Oldring and Barry, the locals came
back strong and clinched the game
by bunching singles by Schalk and
Scott and a triple by Lord.-coupled
with Kddie Collins fumble, Four
nier's grounder and Bodies sacrifice,
thereby scoring four runs.
Weaver was easily the star per
former of the afternoon, his fielding
being greatly, responsible In cutting
off hits. Mclnnis' home run in the
ninth inning was a. feature. Pres.
Comiskey said he expected his new
outfielder, Chappelle, to report for
duty Friday.
Philadelphia ..000 000 1012 6 2
Chicago 000 100 40 5 7 1
Rush, Morey and Lapp; Scott and
Schalk. Umpires Egan and Dineen.
ERROR GIVES ONLY
RUN TO SENATORS
Sliotten, a Former Central Leaguer,
Lets High Fly Get Away and
Browns Arc Defeated.
ST. LOUIS, July 18. Shotten's er
ror on Morgan's high fly in the sixth
inning with McRride, who had
doubled on second base, decided a
pitching duel between Joe Engel, a
right-hander and Carl Weilman. a
"south-paw", in the former's favor.
Washington won one to nothing.
Engel held the locals to three hits,
one in each of the first three innings,
but one man reaching first base aft
er the- third inning. La van. Avho
tripled in the third, was the only
local player to reach third. Weil
man also pitched a steady game, al
though hit twice as hard as the
Washington twirl er.
Washington ..000 001 000 1 6 0
St. Louis 000 000 000 0 3 2
Engel and Henry. Weilman and
Agnew. Umpires Evans. and Sheri
dan. WAYNES TAKE ANOTHER
GAME FROM THE EVAS
FT. WAYNE. Ind.. July IS. Young
pitched brilliant Ivall for Ft. Wayne
and tho locals won tho second game
of the series from Evansville by a
score of T to 0. Punched hits with
errors' resulted in Ft. Wi'.r.ip's scor
ing. Knoll's hitting and hcldlns fea
tured. i:ansville . ..Ono OPo oo o 3 4
Ft. Wayne ...012 200 0003 10 1
Fittery and Stratton; Young and
Martin. Umpires McLafferty and
Sloan.
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Greatest Come-back Battery in Baseball
my t -i -c Xr i-Y -----:.: - k -rs
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"And the cat came back."
So did "Three-Fingered Brown",
who was for several years the pitch
ing mainstay of the Chicago National
league club, under Frank Chance.
So did Johnny Kling, who during
Chance's regime wa considered by
many the greatest catcher in the
game.
When Chance escaped from the
employ of Murphy never mind how
Kling was with tho Boston Braves.
LEAGUE STANDINGS
NATIONAL LI1GUI
W.
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.46
.44
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40
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.5 63
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.49 4
.36
.389
.31
New York ,
Philadelphia .
Chicago
Pittsburgh
Brooklyn
Boston
St. Lou's
Cincinnati
AMERICAN
Philadelphia .
Cleveland
Washington . ....
Chicago
Roston
LEAGUE.
.59
.51
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.49
.40
25
35
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40
41
55
5 5
56
St. Louis 36
Detroit 35
New York 26
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Milwaukee o7
Louisville 52
Columbus 4 9
Minneapolis 46
Kansas City 4 5
St. Paul 37
Toledo CS
36
39
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42
47
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.372
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Indianapolis
32
CENTRAL LI
C.UE.
Grand Rapids ......57
Ft. Wayne 4 3
29
4 0
Springfield 4 4 40
Rayton 42 44
Torre Haute 3 6 4S
in. 2$ 12
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OFFICE
S THAT
The
VvjeAesiOMe.
History Brown and
It wasn't very long before Owner
Murphy asked for waivers on Brown
and he was sent to Louisville, where,
it was alleged, he could pitch better,
despite ixn injured hand, thaa ho
could in the National league.
Baseball politics landed Brown and
Kling ih Cincinati to work for Joe
Tinker, another member of the fa
mous Chicago machine who escaped.
And now when Cincinnati plays the
raucous voice of the umpire is often
RESULTS YrSTEIUAY.
National League.
Rrooklvn.
lioston, 4-
3; Pittsburgh, 4.
1; Chicago, 2-6.
New York, 2-3; St. Louis, 4-2.
Philadelphia, 4-2; Cincinnati, 2-9.
American League,
Detroit-Boston, rain.
Chicago, 5; Philadelphia, 2.
St. Louis. 0: Washington, 1.
Cleveland, 1; New York, 7.
American Association.
M inn eapol is-Indianapolis, rain.
St. Paul-Toledo, rain.
Kansas City, 3; Louisville, 4.
Milwaukee, 2; Columbus. 1.
Central league.
Fort Wayne, 5; Evansville. 0.
Fayton. 13; Springfield, 2.
Crand Itapids. 6; Terrt Haute. 1-
GAMES TODAY.
Aineiiean League.
Boston at Detroit.
Washington at St. Louis.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
New York at Cleveland.
National League.
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn.
Chicago at Boston.
St. Louis at New York.
Cincinnati at Philadelphia
Central League.
Evansville at Fort Wayne.
Rayton at Springfield.
Terre Haute at Grand Rapids.
American AsMX'iation.
Indianapolis at St. Pui.
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You.Ssir
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Kling.
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THE FIRST TWO ARB MORDE
CAI BROWN AND, ON HIS RIGHT,
HIS OLD BATTERY-MATE. JOHN
NY KLING.
heard exclaiming: "TV bat'ry3 today:
For Cincinnati, Brown and Kling:."
That tho three-Angered wonder !s
far from being ail In Is app.irent to
those who peruse the "box scores. He
has had sweet revenge on Murphy by
beating tho Cubs In hollow style, once
shutting them out, while the way
Kling1 throws out runners, out-guesses
batters and supports his pitchers
doesn't indicate that he has one foot
in tho baseball grave by any means.
Columbus at Minneapolis.
Toledo at Kansas City.
Louisville at Milwaukee
I -"cm I era I Loi:.;!M.
Indianapolis 6. St. L. 0.
Cleveland b; -; 2.
Pittsl or-;i .. :;. City 0
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iJEiTHER TEAM WINS
IN TWENTY INNINGS
Rattle Creek and Adrian Score One
Run Each During Long
Contot.
ADRIAN, Mich.. July IS. Battle
Creek and Adrian, the leading teams
in the Southern Michigan league,
Thursday played 20 innings to a tie,
each soring one run before carkress
ended the struggle.
Manager Jenkins of Adrian scored
the run for his team in the fourth
inning. Ho led off with a single, ad
vanced on a sacrifice hit and . passed
nan an l tanien on a Facrince ny.
Pitcher McDonald of Battle Creek
tripled in the sixth and scored on an
error.
Both pitchers showed wonderful
control. Loomis of Adrian, a right
hander. struck out 19 batters and is- !
sued one pass purposely, in the 20th
Inning. McDonald, a southpaw,
fanned 1 and passed no one.
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TWO AMb
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YOU VJOUJ MUCH YOU OXNE You
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OCbSOM THiS NJGXT RA:
JUgg DSE FIRST
BUT TAKE SECON
Fred Smith Starts a Batting
Rally That Puts His Brother,
Charles Smith. Out of the
Game.
ROSTON, July IS. Roston and Chi
cago split even in a double header
Thursday, the locals winning the first
game, 4 to 2, and the visitors taking
the second, S to 1.
In the third inning of tho first con
test, Fred Smith started a batting
rally which gave Boston all its four
runs and which forced the retirement
of his brother, Charles Smith, the
Chicago pitcher. It was the first time
that the brothers had opposed each
other in a National league game.
The winning streak of Perdue, who
had won six straight games, was bro
ken by Chicago in the second game.
The locals made but four hits off
Humphries' delivery. Although three
of these hits came in succession in
the fourth inning, not one local play
er reached second base. The first
man to single was thrown out trying
to steal, another was hit by a batted
ball and the third was forced out.
Chicago 000 011 ooo 2 ." 1
Boston 004 000 0U 1 9 0
C. Smith, Richie and Rrosnahan,
Needham; Tyler and Ilariden. Um
pires Quigley and Lmslie.
Second game:
Chicago 10U 300 01 1 r, U i
Roston 1(0 Ouij ooo 1 4 2
Humphries and Needham: Perdue
and Rariden. Whaling. . Umpires
O'Day and Emslie.
WILSON'S HOME RUN
BEATS THE BRAVES
ROSTON, July 18. Hess of Roston
outpltched Camnitz of Pittsburgh
but a home run by Wilson with a man
on baso in the second inning gave the
visitors the victory 3 to l. Miller
had reached first on Maranville's fum
ble, when Wilson put the ball over
the right field fence.
Kommers doubled in tho ninth and
scored Pittsburgh's last run on Rut
ler's single. Boston's only score came
In tho sixth. Sweeney was safe on
an error by Butler and then Myers
singled. Sweeney scored when Rari
den hit to Butler and vas thrown out
at first.
Pittsburgh . ..020 000 0013 4 2
Boston 000 001 000 1 6 2
Camnitz and Simon; Hesd and
Rariden. Umpires Riglcr and Byron,
tore l'Io'd Tlmrlav l'enings.
tempting price
reductions in everv
department-
$35.00, $30, 27.50
25.00 Suits
$22.50, 20.00, 18.00
Suits
Straws,
Branch Notre Dame.
NEW YORK. July 1 v N'A" York
and St. Luis split even in a doub'.i
header here Thursday, the visitors
winning the t:rst gam" 4 to 2, and
New York the sooor.d Z to 2. St.
Louis hit Fromme hard in the flr.-t
game, while Harmon held the cham
pions to m'Vcii hits. Thre tun i:
tl.o sixth inning on five singb s with
errors by Meyers and Snodsruss. gao
the
fifth
wllile
Tin
ers
isitors enough to win. In rr-
nnir.g Winuo tried to steal third
Fvai;s occup
s r : 1
led
that bag.
.s a tight pit- h-
baitb ! twei-n Rem. tree ar.d
Marqi:;ir.l ui one .iilo and Sallee o:i
the other. New rk s ore 1 two
runs in the third on a triple and two
dnles, anil St. Louis tied the eorn
in the f.'rHli on a triple, a pass and
a single. New York won the gamo
in the ninth innir.g. Merkb- was on
seeond with two oat as a result of
single and a steal when v:all-e deeidod
to let Meyers hit it. The Ii:dian drov
the first "phehed ball jast third for a
long hit, breaking up tho game.
The second game was marred by a
fist light on the St. Louis bench be
tween Magee and Cathers at the nd
of the fourth inning. They mt into
an argument over the way Cathers had
played I'oyVs 1'y. which dropped safo
for a single, and the men came to
blows. Special policemen broke up
the fiuht. and Empire Br.pnan put
both players otf the field.
St. Louis el:: 0 00 4-11 i)
New York ...10 oaa ion 7
Harmon, Wingo; Fromme, Cr:n
.lall and Meyers. Fmpire Brcnnan
and Fason.
Second ::ame:
st. Louis ooo ooo :oo: o
NTew York . ...nej eeu eel :: :
Sail
ee
and Wingo. Roberts;
le-Um-
maree
pires
Manpiard
Lason and
ami Meyers.
Brcnnan.
PIRATES TAKE FIRST
ONE FROM THE DODGERS
Sensational Cat-li by Carey and
Koinniers Feature the Con
test at Brooklyn.
BROOKLYN. July 1 . Pittsburgh
took the first game of th series from
Brooklyn after a bard battle Thurs
day four to three. The visitors b-st
the lead in the seventh but regained
it in the eighth.
Robinson pitched shuout ball for
six innings and then the locals bunch
ed three singles and a double for
three runs. Hendrix relieved Robin
son in the eighth and held Brooklyn
safe.
Three errors by Brooklyn and two
singles off Pagan in the third netted
Pittsburgh only one run. The visitors
hunched three singles or, top of a bat
ter hit in the tilth, anil again only
one run was scored, three men being
left. Again in the seventh Pittsburgh
got three hits, but failed to :.core.
Scratch hits by Wilson and Yiox.
Clarke's sacrifice and Ryrne's long
single won the game in the eighth.
Robinson made threo hits in a row
b fore retiring, while eateries by
Carey and Kummers featured. Pa
gan did not issue a pass.
Pittsburgh ...ooi oio 020 1 12 0
Brooklyn . ...enu oi0 3oo ?, in :;
Robinson. Hendrix nnd Simon,
Coleman: Pagan and Miller. Um
pires Klem and rth.
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