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Ti:i:.SIAY, MAY" 11, 1915.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES H to icreaKs and His Hoosiers 8 Mean Victories KoeMer Many D ENER ATFLIN GOES II i OF 100 E SDUAD Williams Is Touched Up for Thirteen Hits While Several Costly Boots Are Made by the Hoosiers. SOUTHERN MICHIGAN Jaekon . . . , Saginaw . . . I'.atlh- 'n k south i;'mi I lint Hay City . . . W. I,. Pet. ' c i 5 .4o t ." . o 4 j ." . f .,. 5 .4 .! . . J i : i :s 1 1 rs i ;.vr i : it i y South IW-nd ': I liut. s. Ja'kson. 1; S'aRinaw, ;'. Halt Ie Creek. :,; liav Citv. J, (J.Mi:s TODAY. South i:cu, at Flint. Jaf'k(iii at Saginaw. IJattle Creek at liav City. HOOSIERS HOPE FOR WIWTODAY TOURNAMENT LEADERS Ben Koehler Predicts Change in Luck for His Tribe in Next Few Days Will Return Home Sunday. Sj.roial to The N'ws-Tiin.,-. FIJ NT, MU-h. May 11. ibn K h b r and his tioujM- of (Jrrin.t! not tlnir fourth sum nj.uly Mon day afternoon u lu n IMdio Wlo eh-r's i K'Wi 'T Autos :! -.iinnu tuns on th delivery of f'urtis Williams, ak-to-.vn, Ind.. 'tiitliji i u . who:-.- attaek was f.isilv clucked, the Hint battory; routing th Hookrs to a cDiint of 8 ami L Williams was bopp'-d for 1 '. swats in ciu'ht rounds. The Auto irt-ry was alo aided by fteble support of the. Uooswr twirler hy his teammates. "Joey" II el me r, the sticking right f, l.lf r of the Smith hand. allowed three men to pooro in the fourth when lie let Wheeler's single o through him and a moment later dropped Kd-mi-ton's tlv. iicrm it t i n t' Wheeler to mark the fourth tally from tin sack. It was a terrihle inning around for the Hoosiers is Flintites jumped Williams for h ingles. Matts held the visitors to six which he kept well scattered except In the fourth. The Hoosiers marked twice in this stanza. Harry lake's Mtiu-le, I tea IPs double, an error and a double steal engineered by Iteall and Claffey netted the Smithies their only tallies. In return the Autos scored u quartet of runs through lielmt r's er ratic fielding and hits off Williams. In the tifth and ei-hth the Autos h. inched hits off Williams for two markers in each period. Hen Koehler and Jimmy Fshen distinguished themselves with didicult catches. both doing some spectacular tielding. In tlie fourth Koehhr went f;ir into right to pull down a high 11 y which Helmcr had lost in the sun South Fend 1 5 rod i r. If LEAGUE STANDINGS far all the live hits Koehler, L'b K.Mhen. cf Crodnk. .". h 1 1 1 Imi r, rf I t 1 , I II. 'l.i ti . ss Williams, p 1 licnhaiii;h .... Totals llit for Clal'fey Fhni K email. ;'.b Fahlman. lb N i ! n cc ker, ss 1 1 ot'fma n, If. W lis, c. ........ Ft U rf Wheeler. 2b Kdmiston, cf Mails, c. ........ Totals A i , t i I t 11. o a (i a o 1 1 a o II. 0 (I 1 1 a 1 n t 0 P. A. H. 1 0 I a 0 ) 0 1 1 0 AMFiucAN Li:Aa i:. W. F. Tct. Detroit 17 7 ,7'JS New York 1J 7 .'.'.2 Chicago N 14 1 .i03 Foston ". a ..".."J Washington ! 11 . 4 a 0 Philadelphia 7 1:: .::.".0 Cleveland 1 .) .L'1I .v't. Fouis i; 17 .-tjl .national (;n:. Philadelphia 14 .700 Boston i s . r. 0 0 Chicago l.' .oil Pittsburgh 11' 11 ,:,12 Cincinnati . lo F .r00 Hrooklvn 2 .4 -'9 St. Louis " F 11 .117 New York ; f: ri;in:i:k fi:a(;li:. Pittsburgh lo s .i,"2 Newark 14 lo . T. S :i Chicago F'. U ..".42 Brooklyn 'Z 11 ..',22 Kansas City 12 11 ..".22 St . Louis 10 12 . F"3 Baltimore 10 1 . .400 Buffalo 1; a.mi:fjfa ASSOCIATION'. Indianapolis 1 N ,')7 Louisville S .r2 Milwaukee 12. 10 .t. Paul 12 10 .r4f Cleveland 10 12 .F'Tj Kansas City f tl .4o0 Minneapolis S 11 .421 Columbus Z IS .217 I ii a i; 2 1 in ninth. AT?. 1 1. H. 4 r f. I I 1 a I 1 0 0 1 4 1 1 1 0 PO. A o 12 0 1 1 o o o o 0 i-:. 0 0 0 0 (I n o 0 0 i : i i i .ts i :sti : n i a v. American Lcagu Boston. 2; New York, 1. National L;i'ue. Brooklyn. ."; Philadelphia, 0. Foston. 14; New York, (J. Pittsburgh. 10: Chicago, 7. Federal Lague. Kansas City, 4: Brooklyn. 2. Chicago, 10 : Newark, 5. Pittsburgh. 10; Baltimore, 4. St. Fouis, ; Buffalo. :?. American Association. St. Paul. F?; Minneapolis, 12. 1 T.S S U 27 Score hv Inidngs. South Bend moo 200 noo 2 Flint 000 4 2o 02 S Summary. Two base hit lb all. Sacrifice hit proder. Sacrifice fly Nifnecker. Stolen bases Kdmiston. Claffey, Be all. Kernan. Pahlnion. Hit by pitched ball Pahlman. Fell. '-'irst base on irois Flint. 2; South Fend. 1. Struck out by Williams. 4; by Matts. 2.. Bases on balls o!'f Matts. 2. Left on bases South Fend. 7; Flint. S. Time of Ratm 2:0.".. Fmpires Blake and Slear. 1 he TI T arsitv O ' Tl MX. If ic new goir caps or vounrz men shaped a trifie smaller than last season worn full and back on the head. Many new patterns, soecial here. $i SPIRO'S OAMFS TODAY. American League. Washington at Chicago. Boston at Detroit. Philadelphia at St. Louis. New York at Cleveland. National League. ,St. Louis at Boston. Cincinnati at New York. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia. Chicago at Brooklyn. Federal Ixasc. SL Louis at Paltimore. Kansas City at Newark. Chicago at Brooklyn. Pittsburgh at Buffalo. Central league. Terre Haute. 8; Frio. 4. Kvansville, 7; Younsrstown, 2. Dayton, 4; Fort Wayne, 3. Grand Rapids, 9; Wheeling. 2. GYMNASIUM EXHIBIT FOR FRIDAY NIGHT Meet WLli Notre Dame lreps Set for Thursday Ts Cancelled by Mctzler. Athletics are in a blue funk at the high school this week on account of the annual gymnasium exhibit which will be staged Friday night. Consid erable time has to be spent by Coach Metzler rounding his gymnasium classes into form and interclass activ ities have been declared off. Cancellation of tho meet with the Notre Fame preps, which was to have been held on Thursday, was announced hv Metzler Monday night. The reason asigncd is the fat ' U the chief point winners of toe V. vk squad will he at Indianapolis, eo ipeting in the state meet and only a few veterans will be left at home. These men are caiable enough performers in their own line, but the squad would be minus star men in every meet. Those men left at home and other embryo track stars will be given a chance to workout Saturday after noon on the occasion of the annual outdoor interclass track meet. The meet will bo held at Notre Dame uni versity and will be staged in conjunc tion with the baseball game with Cary high school. The absence of the star men will have the teams pretty well balanced, every cla.s losing at least one or two s ire point getter The heaviest loss will fall on the seniors, who will lose Scheibclhut, Cartield and Scott. The juniors will be minus the services of Sweciiev and Heller, the sophs will lose Clybourne and Kreuzeberger, while the freshmen will compete with out Smith, the s-tar hurdler. JACKSON AN EASY WINNER IIae Little Trouble In Solving Illgley's Delivery. I "SHIMFS COAL MAKES WARM FRIENDS" Good Soft Coal $3.50 Ton All kinds of Hard and Sft Coal. Al-o COKU Ioovhont.n FILX for underfeM furnaces, CANNhL Coal for (irates, and Wood and lVcd. (ihr mo a call and I will make it HOT for jou. W. D. SHHV3F 1013 W. WAsiriNfiTON AV. Home Phone SM. dlell riiono 11U SACINAYV. Mich.. May 11. Jack sop, walloped the Saginaw Ducks Mon thly afternoon by a score of 9 to 2. It was an erratic fray, both clubs mak ing numerous boots. Higley was easy picking for the Yets while McDonald kt pt his hits well scattered, the Ducks shoving ever one run in the eighth and another in the ninth. Jackson o20 14i 020 9 11 ." Saginaw U00 Ot'O Oil 2 5 6 McDonald and Hart; Higley and Harring. CRICKETS TAKE CONTEST Score Winning Kuns In Fihth and Ninth Innings. ABLER BROS. On .Michigan at Washington Since I.vsi. Till: STOIIF. FOB MIA AND BOYS. BAY CITY. Mich.. May 11. The Beavers lost to Battle Creek Monday afternoon by a seore of l to 0. Bre mer twirled" a classy game until the eighth wlun he hit two men and al lowed a double which tied up the tal ly. He was relieved in the ninth by Crossnian who gave the visitors threo hits and a pair of runs. Battle Creek ..001 01 022. 7 1 Llv City . . . . U 2 U 0FJ UO 2 v 1 FLINT. Mich.. May 11. Fen Koeh ler and his Hoosiers are not in the least disgruntled by the quartet of losses the.v have suffered and were preparing to annex a victory from the Autos in the second fray of the series this afternoon. "Its four in n row for us but in tht opposite direction" was the Bender pilot's prediction after the defeat of the Smithies in the Monday matinee. Hither Loudermilk. the mysterious southpaw, or Yallandingham were ex pected to oppose the Wheeler tribe in the argument this afternoon. "Louie" has started several winning streaks for the Hoosier gang and hoped to be the choice of the (Jerman boss today. The South Bend crew will remain in Flint today and Wednesday follow ing which they will complete their first road trip with a three-day series at Jackson, returning r the Indiana town next Sunday. Danny Jenkins will take his Beavers to the Hoosicr lot for three days. While at home it Is probable that the Hoosiers will take morning bat ting practice. They have lost several games due to the fact that they were unable to procure a hingle in a pinch .and Mgr. Koehler is going to put the ganglet through fume hard workouts with the stick when the club returns home. fiyi:-mi:. Bills Tribune No. 2 Hoosiers. Mishawaka .... Hoosier Creams Tribune No. Indiana Hngraving Co.... Registers Yernon Arsembly News-Times , Conservative Life Reporters, News-Times . Tribune No. 1 TWO-MMN". Kertis-Denslow Alby-Kish Moore-Stanley St ephan-MeCo! lough Barnhart-Turner Ma ri u is-M oss h older Libel-Feehafer , ; iffert-Hberhart . . . . Lecave-Anderson Campbell-Hart , Murray -Fa 11 sJchnelle-Holland. . .. W alsh-Zimmerman . . Cool-Sehafer Haugan-Wright . . . . , Hershcnow-Shuna field Itowe-Lederer Touhey-Moore Huhn-Achenbach. . . , Dennis-Casmier , Heekaman-Madison . , INDIYIDFALS. Although the Saginaw Ducks have been offering baseball of the first light baseball which from point of speed, class and headwork has been better than ever before at this time of the season for some reason hard to understand and almost impossible to attempt to explain, they have not been drawing crowds large enough even to support the club and certainly not at all of the proportions their playing would warrant. Opening day, last Wednesday, after the weather man had spoiled the original openin- day and its festivi ties planned for Tuesday. Saginaw played to the smallest opening crowd in the league only about 1,000. True, the postponement of the opening and the threatening weather conspired to lessen the opening day enthusiasm, and the Ducks also had lost four out of the five road games played. Fut on Thursday, after the Ducks had staged a splendid game of base ball in the opener Wednesday, only 140 fans turned out. Friday, with a record of two straight wins, the Ducks played to less than 100. Saturday's crowd was some improvement, but nothing like what it ought to have been in view of the work the Ducks had been showing. DeR 0: 0. . . Wovahn. . . Klbel Hahn !Stephan. . j Whitv'inan. . Babcock. . I lyatt Oreening. . N is lev. . . . Barth Young. . . . Hibberd. . Toe hey. . . , 1 lershenow. II dep. Tot. 527 .1064 70S 29S2 66.; 2979 117 2979 72: 2971 591 296 722 294S R22 2 9 47 r,12 29 4 3 4S0 293b SI 2935 S31 2917 453 2910 Hdcp. Tot. 360 1307 213 1279 177 1265 1H2 1245 219 12 4 2 227 1235 1S6 1233 255 1214 2 97 1211 6 1200 345 119S 30 1194 312 1 1 ST 123 1179 201 1175 255 1175 216 1165 16 5 116 3 162 1139 57 1135 225 1109 13S 715 24 6 714 75 672 122 C47 9 9 6 4 6 162 64 6 2 01 6 4 5 114 640 102 64 0 153 635 1 6 3 5 135 C31 9 0 6 3 0 S7 029 9 3 6 22 'WARD leagues will BEGIN PLAY ON MAY 22 Play in the Ward Baseball league is expected to begin May 22 according to a statement Tuesday by F. IJ. Barnes, director of municipal recre ation. Kntries for teams into the arious ward leagues will clo-e Thursday. The final organization meeting is to he held tonight in room 114 of the high pchool. Otliccrs for the league will be fleeted and by-laws adopted. Members of every team interested in the league are requested to attend the meeting tonight. NEWS OF THE BOXERS DENVER. May 11. Gunboat Smith easily won the decision over Fighting Dick Gilbert of Denver in a 12-round contest staged by the National A. C. last night. JOPLIN. Mo., May 11. Joe Cox of Springfield shaded Jack Fester of California in 15 rounds. Cox will meet 3ack Dillon of Indianapolis heref on May 29. SOUTH BEND SWIMMERS IN MUNCIE EXHIBITION The South Bend Y. M. C. A. swim mers. Ransberger and Claybourne, gave an exhibition at Muncie Monday night under the auspices of the Y. M. C. A. there. Both boya participated in the state aquatic meet held at Muncie some time ago and their work was so well liked that the association there invited them to return for a special exhibition. The swimmers gave demonstrations of various strokes, deep and fancy diving and put on some novelty stunts. I. A. C. BUNCH IS BLANKED CHICAGO. May 11. Charles White left this afternoon for Fort Wayne, where Wednesday night he is to swap punches with Hal Stewart. It is to be a 10-round mix-up. NEW YORK. May 11. Joe Woods, knocked out Whitey Allen of Jersey City In the second round. Paul Doyle stopped Abe Croos in the first round. Archie Dunn knocked out Young Ritchie in the second round. Rat tling Chuch shaded Frankie Williams, in 10 rounds. Smoke Jones shaded Battling Marshall. Both are colored. Johnny Dohan outpointed Harry Lenny. Rattling Woods knocked out Con Wright in the second round. Young Gorman knocked out Battling Ward in ihe second round. Marty Cross outpointed Paul Edwards. CINCINNATI. O.. May 11. Frank Callahan of Brooklyn had a shade on Johnnie Dundee of New York In their 10-round bout tt Redland field last night. Dundee landed the larger num ber of punches, but they were deliv ered for the most part while he was off his balance and had little effect. PATIENTS REMEMBERED River Park Students Take nowers to Hospital. The fifth grade 'pupils of the public school of River Park gathered vio lets and presented 60 bouquets to the patients of the St. Joseph's hospital Monday afternoon. .Miami Magnets Are Winners hy Five to None Count. In a game that was featured by the heavy clouting of the visitors, the Miami Magnets defeated the I. A. C.'s Monday afternoon by a score of 5 to 0. Ash. Landers and Steffey of the Magnets, each got a two bagger. Magnet:: 000 011 012 5 12 1 1. A. C 000 000 000 0 4 3 Dressier and Royn; Borer and Johnson. THORPE GOING GOOD FOR JERSEY CITY v.- 1 : . i ... m :tC: f T7f. OAK PARK PROVED THE D ANN Fit LOT SALi; OF TIIF SEASON. That South Rend is awake to good investments was clearly demonstrated Saturday and Sunday, when fully $35. 000.00 worth of realty was placed under contract in Oak Park 4th addi tion. Over 500 people visited this pretty addition on Miami street and half of the lots w ere sold. J. Paul Woodruff, sales manager, announces that over 25 more lots have been reserved for today, this will make over 75 lots sold to date. People in South Bend are realizing that the great south end of the city is in line for some great developments made only possible by the completion of the famous Bowman Creek sewer system. These assessments are all paid upon this property to date. Mrs Martha Hillier is owner of the plat and will sign all contracts or deeds and give a free abstract of title at the time the lots are paid for. Th ' .mith Realty Syndicate of tho J. M. S. Building ' naturally handles this plat. Agents will be on the grounds each afternoon this week but our auto will call at your home any time, by ap pointment and take you to the addi tion. Terms were $1.00 do'.vn. $1.00 per week, no interest or axes until after Jan. 1st 1917. lO'r off for payment of $5.00 down up to cash. Phones Home 24S9-7570; Bell 2541-772. Advt. 4mm m mm - XT ( I f - 1 -a 2 JERSEY CITY. Jim Thorpe, who came here from the New York Na tional league team. doing fine work for George Wiltse wit hlhe Skeeters. Jim is one athlete who has shown considerable gray matter in not get ting huffy and threatening to jump because he was sent back to the mi nors for more training. NEW PAIR LEADS III CITY TOURNEY U07H Certis and Denslow With a Handicap of 360 Take Lead Thirteen More Fve-Men Teams Bowl. Doubles held the alleys at the Or pheum bowling plant last eight and several high scores were made, four teams doing better than 1200. Kertis and Klsh with 1279 hang on to second climbed to first place with 1307. Alby and ish with 12 7 3 hang on to second place attough Moore and Stanley top ped the pins at a 1265 clip with only a 177 handicap. The two-men and singles will hold the boards most of this week although there are still 13 five-men teams to bowl. The tournament will run until next Monday and judging from the showing made during the past week the present marks are not liable to stand. Scores made last night were: Doubles. Hdp. Sweet 114 138 103 Method 12S 166 136 327 1115 L. F. Lecae . . 185 170 16G J. Anderson .. 144 115 134 297 1211 (loss 136 1S4 167 Schelter 135 137 143 165 1073 Knoblock 166 132 14S Humphries ... 116 161 134 237 1094 Rumpf 193 159 160 Betz 161 188 129 1S3 1172 Fdgren 134 158 99 Cassiduy 156 16fr 159 150 1016 Moore 205 172 182 Stanley 156 184 189 177 1265 L Osborne . . 178 14C 150 Vesey 108 145 185 243 1155 Des Jardin .... 189 155 153 Frhardt 116 104 151 201 1069 Tipton Ill 112 142 Kettles 140 151 168 288 1112 Barnhart 171 182 Turner 182 190 149 219 1242 Kcrtis 171 156 165 Denslow 140 160 155 300 1307 Andrews 110 112 117 Schrrocl. .... 98 105 171 330 1043 Hibberd 166 154 109 Hahn 166 154 109 243 1147 Livingood .... 183 136 154 Johnson 106 152 160 182 10S3 Walsh 174 147 143 Zimmerman .. 123 134 154 392 1187 HORSE SHOE T0SSERS MAY ARRANGE MATCH J. M. Studebakcr, sr., Issues Challenge Jainc to I5c Staged at Motor Club Gathering?. As one of the features of the meet ing of the Northern Indiana Motor club of South Bend which will be held at North Liberty next Tuesday even ing, J. M. Studebaker, sr., has chal lenged any resident of the county in the 80 year old class to participate in a horse shoe match. This chal lenge was issued Monday and it is un derstood that one man at North Lib erty will accept the proposal. W. O. Cullar was at the Chamber of Commerce here Monday and stated that he will make arrangements for a hall at North Liberty in which the meeting can be held. Many farmers in the vicinity are planning to attend the meeting while it is expected that 20 automobiles from South Fend will journey to North Liberty. There will be a number of speakers advocating the advisability of the motor club which is being organized at this time. HALL TRACK TEAMS WILL MEET WEDNESDAY Will Contest for Studebaker Cup Now in Possession of Sorin Hall. Intcrhall track athletes at Notre Dame will compete in the Stude baker cup meet to be held on Cartier field Wednesday afternoon. The team winning the largest num ber of points will be given possession of the cup for a year. The trophy is now in the possession of Sorin hall, it is understood, the Bookies being the last winner of the cup. There has been no eompcttion for the .Stude baker prize for about three years. Much interest has been manifested in the coming interhail meet and it is expected that there will be a large entry list. Competition was keen in the indoor interhail meets lait winter and it is expected that there will be even better contests in the outdoor affair. STAGE EXHIBITION BOUT An exhibition match or six rounds was held last night at Moose hall be tween Few Pop and Fdward Brady both of this city, under the auspices of the S'outh Bend lodge. No. 55 5, Loyal Order of Moose. Arrangements were made during the business session for a boxing car nival to be given Thursday evening. May 20, at the Moose hall by the) lodge. The most important bout w ill ! be betw een Lew Pop. a local nan. and j Joe Homeland of Chicago. The match will be 10 rounds at 12s pounds. There rill also be four oth er bouts between local men. NOTRE DAME IS WINNER Scores Four Runs in the Eleventh Against Cornell. Special to The News-Times. ITHACA. N. Y.. May 11. Notre Dame won a pitchers' battle from Cor nell here this afternoon. f to 2. Johnson, for Cornell held the western ers to two hits until the 11th inning when Notre Dame pounded out four hits getting as many runs in frame. Score by inning: Notre Dame 000 100 000 0 4 5 Cornell ... 100 000 000 012 Batteries Wells and Kenny; son and Clay. that 6 3 9 2 John- The 1 ruth About It C . - -- f . v.. , -I f . . . - ... . - ' ' , 1 ' ' . ' - ' -. 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