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11 Cramirl R;ank Will Ih) frliÄ Aw kioe 11 THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES Set It1 or y BOWMAN MASTER OF DUNN'S GANG A CLEAN SWEEP fcouth Ilrnd R. It. TO. A. T.. lUthanr, rf 3 0 0 1 O 0 Korhier, V, 3 3 2X10 l.rlmf., rf 4 12 2 0 0 lnn-IIr, i t 11 3 O Tannehill. Jh 1 0 0 0 2 0 OprTjrrlt, If 4 0 0 10 0 Itfitll. ii 3 o v a o ZeUer, 4 o Q. 0 3 Abe Holds Enemy to Four Sinvio"man- j J gles and Fans a Dozen Men Koehler Gets Homer. Tet&l r-'hufiHd Shniin, 2h ... avenejr, . . . ifWff, rf I luhrrr. If . Ilartl', rf .. Hoffman, 3b .nlrron, lb Ihinn. r .... lurk, p .... 29 5 H AU. It. II. ci:ntkai Hay ton Grand Ilnj!! s Lvmnvllle ... Sutl Ilm! . Terre Unite , Sr rlnjrfleld .. Wheeling ... Mbskegon P.iooklrn New York I'liil.i-b-lphU Boston ritt-iiniryh 'iii.lriii.iti rhicncD tSt. Louis in AMKKIt A i leveiann W .ishinton New York Ib ton 'llloflO Detroit Ptdlndelphla St Louis AM ERICA N Indt.in.ipnlls IvHlIsvlbe , Minneapolis Columbus Kunsni ("it.v Tfil! St. Paul Milwaukee By IM. J. Murray. Ab Rowman was breaking them Bern that pl.it yesterday afUr He farmed an even doren 'A t w. t - n-iii. .,1 .tiK- tun : ri 1 ... . ,ruth IW-n.l held th.-m to four r-inul'-s, which , .lirinrfiriii ao.h a big reason wny n" i.-mm-i made a clean swoop of the srb-s, winning the nnal tilt, to 1. Other reasons was the home run drive of Koehler's. which cleared the fence, and Crimes' t ri I ! down to rlKht lield. that scored two run. ; Xlje wer enough to cive (lie lo cals a victory', but Donnelly earn J voi-i-H xvlth a. oerlfice fly and i Tieall with a fingle. which rent the other two men over. Clark, the opposing hurler, v.-as r.ot hit hard, but he permitted the locals to get their drives in bunches. Th Renders bunched three in the third frame, and two in the first und eighth innings. The other hit cam in the sevei.th, alone: with a walk, but it failed to blossom into a run. Crimes Climbs renco. With the exception of a wild throw and a boot by Zeiser, the local pan? performed in a clean cut manner. Beall pulled a few morn circus catche, while Grimes hacked up nrahist the fence and leaping up the air. pulled down a drive. The way Row man was mowing them lo;vn at tho plate, only 14 put outs had to be handled by the rest of the team, rot mentioning the bat ten. With one dead in the opener. Zei ger booted a drive by Cavcney, but no damage was done, for Spencer hit to Zeiser and Caveny was forced at second and Fluhrer was an in field out. The locals ptarted off with Bashang flyintf out, but Koehler caiiRht one and drove it over the fence. Grimes got a hit that An derson could not get to first in time. Donnelly walked and Tannehill fin ished tho Inning by hitting to Shov lln and forcing Donnelly. Reapers Tie Count. The Reapers tied the count in the Ferond. Hartle, first up, walked and Hoffman fanned, trying to bunt. An derson hit one that Zeiser had to come In on and got credit for a hit. but the local shortstop shot one high fver to ftrt and Hartle went or. around to third and counted when Dunn cracked one to center field. Clark fanned and Dunn was forced wV.en Shovlln hit to Zeiser. The loi ils failed to get on in the .vecond. but staged a big round in the third. Rowman started with a drive at Clark which went for a hit. Rashang laid down a sacrifice and died at first, but Abe advanced. Koehler punched one on the nose to left, but Rowman refused to ta"ke a chance and remained on third. Crimes delivered In the shape of a three base blow that went on a line ihout a foot over Anderson's glove when he Jumped, and two runs-! minted. Donnelly hit a fly to Spencer :uu' Grimes scored on the catch. Tan nehlll hit one back at Clark and was out at first. Renders Got Another. Donnelly opened in tho eighth with a blow that Hoffman almost leached. Don stumbled and was thrown oft his stride and then loafed going down to first. As it was, ho only reached second when Fluhrer lot the drive go by. Tannehill bunt d one toward first and it looked :ts If he had it beat out. but riarU, made a perfect sooop and tossed the ball to Anderson. Opfergelt hit Anderson and dkd going into t,i HohII cautht one and rode it on a line to center, and Donnelly came in. Zeiser Mew to Hoffman. o o o o l 0 0 o 0 I o o 0 1 o o 1 2 o 27 12 ro. A. 1 1 2 13 0 4 0 0 O 4 0 1 3 21 11 Totu rwi Srorf lly Inninjr. 103 000 01 5 010 ( 000 1 SumniMry. ..a-r1f1re hit Kantian?. Donnelly, nrall C lark, Tannehill. Molrn baue Sprnrrr, .rlnir. Two hae hit Hovrman. Thrre hae hit ;rime. Home run Koehler. i MrlLe onto Bowman. 12. Kafce on I hall llowman. 2; Clark, 2. Left on ; hae South Henri, 6; Sprlnffflrld, 3. i I mplre Shunter. Tlmi- 1:40. LEAGUE STANDINGS LKAtJIL. 2T i: li 15 , II n r H NATIONAL LKAfJI'L. o- '.".'.'.. Ül L'l IV is i: i: is LKAUl L IT. -1 C, II i; i 1; 17 i'. -i u ir. 17 V.l p; i; 17 MO ..-.to ..VH) .11 .P',7 .t:u .r.s7 AGGIES TAKE N. D. NTÜ GAMP 5 TO 2 Gold and Blue Loses on Their Inability to Hit in the Pinches. St. Hedwige's School Gets News-Times Baseball Trophy EXPECT BIG 9 TO .Vews-Tiras Fpecinl Servl-e: LANSING. Mich.. June 2. Notre Dame lost to the Michigan Agtries 5 to 2 Thursday afternoon in a slow game. Inability to connect with Rrown's delivery when hits meant runs ost the game. Murphy pitch ed good ball, giving only five hits, but issued three passes in the sec ond inning. Notre Dame's runs came in the second on hits by Corcoran an'' Murphy, a sacrifice by Spauld- J-.ig and Fuller's error. tripled in the fourth. M. A. C AP.. I;ivK rf :; Clark. 2b .". rick. s r. William. If -2 Huebei, r.b r. ruller. e 4 Thoma. of Corcoran rrirno.il?, Uroun. p lb Total Notre I la me Keenan. o Wolff, hs La tlirop, rf .... ''ver 1h .H I ICl.in '"! W:tr.I. If . L! i ' .. or-or.ui. ri Spa Hiding, lb .. Murphy, i Mooney, rf 1 Alt. 4 i:. l l ö o ( o II 1 .4s.; .v Arc . ire AJ-.i V.l V.l is 17 ir, 25 SSOCIATION. 22 1.-. 2. 17 1.1 VI 17 VI PS II 11 U Is n; v IT. I nio .r.7'.i ..VJS A". a:?j AM I O .r.Ts ..v.o .Ms .."14 :.-.00 .424 .27." V. o o o o o 1 1 : (t o II. o 1 I o o 0 0 1 II. o o o o 1 II o 1 o ro. a. n o 2 : '2 1 0 1 1 1 o o o 11 3 0 1K i BE HARD PRESSED Colleges Outside of Confer ence Enter Track Meet With Strong Teams. r 27 12 I'O. A . 0 s 1 1 II Total 4 21 1 0 0 I 0 o 0 o 5 9 score Hy M A C. ... Notre I l:Hlie 11KSILTS TIIURsOAA Central League. South Ilenri, 3: SprinKflrll, 1. MtiJkejruu, 2; ilrand icapidn, 1. Wheeling, 'i; Dayton, 1. Fvansvilio, 7; Torre Haute. 1. National League. (TnHnnnti. 4; Pittsburgh. New York. 2: Philadelphia. I. Hostou. f,-2: P.rooklyn, 1-1. Anieriran League. ChWtigo. I: Detroit. 3. Cleveland. St. Louis, 2-fi. WMhliJ5ton. O; Ponton. 1. I'lil lade! phia. New York. 1. American Annorlation. t 'olunrlor, ll; Indianapolis, 1?,. Louisville. 1; Toledo. 0. Milwaukee, Kansas City. Ö. No others. . ' I In nines. obi noo (d .", (I20 MK (JOO-2 Su nuiia ry. Km .rs-Clark. Tuller. Keenan. 2 Two nso hit- 'ark. V.own. "k. Thre b:iie hits I'i k. Co:eor.in. Double play Kick to Prlnio-lisr. lines on balls-Olf I'.rown. 4: off Murphy. Left .n bases M. A. . .". Not.-e' Dame. 7. Lamed rnns--M. A. C, 2: N.tre Haine. 1. Struck out -Hy Itrmvn. s; by Murphy. 4. lilt by plteher Pick by Murphy; Lathrop by Ünnvn. S i rifb o hits Willi uns, Spa.ild Inp. Saerifice fly Huebei. Passed ball Keenan. Stolen bases--Fullor. Wolf. Spauld'ng. I'mplre (Int'ii. Time 2 :!. 7 p 4 ..lll ! II lli'llf I I " ' 'I . ' .."- 1 1 1 1 ' '"" """," A " . . J . t 'A f - 'V V. . V . School Boy Lerbue A. A STOGiES HAMMER NICK LAKÄFF AND STOP VETS King liOiuls With Four Smashes Out of Total of 1 I, Wheeling Win ning, 9 to 1. DAYTON, O.. June 2. The Stogies hammered Nick L.akaff at will Thursday and easily defeated the I ulate the interest in baseball Yets 9 to 1. King's hitting was the i recreation among the children At special exercises held Thursday pfternoon in honor of their team's success in winning the school cham pionship of the city, the children of Ft. Hod wife's school were presented with The News-Times trophy by John Henry Zuver, editor of The News-Times. St. Hedwige school has the honor of winning the tro phy for the first time and for this reason the name of the school is en graved on the front plate of tho base. Each year the teams in the School Iioy league will battle for this award. In his talk to the children Mr. Zuver told them of the purpose of the trophy, which is given to stim- and He CAM LS TODAY. Central Leaeue. South Bend at liraml Kaphl. Wheeling at Lvnnsville. Dayton nt Torre Haute. Springfield nt Muskegon. National League. Chicago at Ponton. IMttsburgh at Prooklyn. Cincinnati at New York. St. Louis at I'hlladelphin. American Leagu?. flex eland at' St. Louis. No others scheduled. game's onlj Wheeling Altenberg, of Cleveland. "! ! Callahan. 2b King, rf .... Sc-heeren. If .. Lear, lb .... Keillv, ss Plackwell. c . Selbold, p .. feature. All. R. II. , . o e 1 2 YESTERDAY'S SCORES AMERICAN LEAGUE Washington ...000 000 000 0 Doston 000 000 -01 I 4 1 Johnson 1 ho mas. and Ainsmith; Huth and First game Cleveland ... oOO 100 101 .1 11 0 St. ... (m)o 100 100 2 7 1 Morton and Hillings. O'Neill; Park and Hartley. Sevoreid. Second game Cleveland... 01o 002 110 .". 10 4 to I st. iouis .... oo;i :;oo oo z 2 loudermilk. MoAle and O'Neill. Haumgardner. Plank and Severeid. 39 CARS ENTERED FOR CHICAGO AUTO DERBY Philadelphia New York . . Hush and Nunamaker. .000 002 120 : .000 000 000 0 Meyer; Caldwell 13 0 4 0 and .t 4 r 4 4 4 4 4 1 o 0 ii o 4 1 1 1 0 PO. o 1 PI II A. P. 0 o r o (i Totals ,N (I 11 27 Dayton A V.. K. IL PO Nee. 2b 4 II H 1 Ilobhs, 8s 4 0 2 :. Spencer, rf 4 0 1 1 Storch, cf I (I 1 Stewart. If 4 o 1 1 Sykes, lb 4 1 I Pi Warner, .ib ;i a 2 1 .Tnoobs. r " o ii i' Lakaff. p o o o LIebro k I o 0 0 Totals XI 1 7 27 ll ii ( 1 1 1 It A. 4 1 0 o I 1 4 P ) i:. explained that each year all of the school of the city are to compete lor it. The trophy represents a man with a ball bat in his hand. The ligure is made of silver and is mounted on a wooden base. On the front ot the base is a plate which bears the name of the trophy and St. Hedwige school, the first winner. On the other sides space has been left to engrave the names of the schools that will win it in future years. y. H. Barnes, municipal recrea tion director, traced the history of play from the early days of man down to the present time. Talk3 were given by Mrs. Homer Miller, Mrs. Clement Smogor and George Kalczynski. Clement Smogor pre s'ded. A number of recitations were given by the school children. CHICAGO. June 2. Fair weather and a fast track jjo premised for the preliminary events of the 16th f.nnual conference meet on North 'vestern Held, Evunston, Friday. Trial heats in tho quarter and the half miles are the only events on Friday's program imd the finals in these and the other 14 numbers are to begin at 2 o'clock on Saturday. This year, as in farmer times, col lege outside the conference have entered strong, teams, "With the powerful scoring teams represent ing Missouri and California taking part, the big nine teams should be hard pressed for point honors. Missouri with Simpson, a sure, point winner in a number of events, is counted on to score highly. Individual prowess of Arlio Mucks, the Badger weight man, should count for much toward putting Wis consin to the front, but with Mason and Ames and the extra points Illi r.ois is expected to pick up through virtue of its large scjuad, the orange and blue is considered a worthy rival to Madison's Cardinal. Mucks, Simpson and Hoyt, the Grinnel sprinter, holders of world's records are conceded victories in their specialties. Dismond of Chi cago is practically assured of a win ir: the quarter and Bodkey of Kan sas if he competes in the half, but other events are apparently open. Records of the MissLssippi Aggies show that the southerners may be expected, to score In a few events. Drake university, the Michigan. Aggies and Notre Dame are other non-conference colleges likely to share in the scoring. Factory League Averages VIEWS KNIGHTS TEMPLAR Washington and Virginia Command erics Pass Before Wll-on. WASHINGTON, June C.Pres't Wilson reviewed from the front portico of the white house Thursday night members of several Washing ton and Virginia commnnderies of the Knight3 Templar who marched through the white house grounds. Read NEWS-TIMES Want Ads MYERS BROS. ''South BenJ's only Cu-tnm Shirt makers." Summer Shirts in the rea son's most exclusive pattens. "MYERS MADE" Our salesman will call on request. Room 8, Myers BIcJg., Mich igan and Wavne Sts. Phone Bell271S. If Our Price meant only a suit of $9.99 without reference to qual:ty or tailoring you would be justified in passing it by. But Our Price means more. It means the best suit in the world for the money tailoring- and fabrics same as you get elsewhere lor Si.S and $"20. Styles up to the minute. Nothing cheap except the price. 34 Stores Compare Before You Buy Straw Hats $1.50 P anamas $3.50 o 0 0 O ! 0 1 1 0 o THAM Team Olivers Singers , Ball Bands . tu dc bakers . . BATTINt;. G ab i: h Pet. .2 S K, 14 .200 . 1 .12 0 5 .l.'fi . 2 7:1 7 12 .137 . 1 .IS 2 4 .10-, INDIVIDUAL TIIM ITKLDING. Team Olivers Ball Bands . Singers Stude'bakers . iB.VTTIXG AND FIKLDLNG. 0 I'O A K Pet 2 54 15 6 .220 2 CO 2.1 9 .$02 1 27 15 5 .S94 1 CI 12 5 .S54 EVAS TAKE FINAL, 7-4, WHEN TERRIERS BOOT Cochrane Allows Conr Hits Rut Poor lidding Beats Him Gilbert ami Evers Fired. EVANWILLiE, Ind., June 2. r.vansville took tho final gome of ; the series from Terre Haute Thurs day afternoon through poor field ing of the entire Ttrre Haute team. 1 i ! . t . 1 1 1 in ;aer vociiruii oiwy auoweu iour i hits and should have won his game. Umpire Ross put both Manager Gil bert and Second Baseman Evers out of the game in the sixth for pro testing too strongly on a decision. Evansville Tepe. fcs Matthews. 21 ... I Hau per, cf Tennant, lb ..... W hel.m. .,b Knoll, rf , Yantz, c Kibble. If Larsen. p , Jnz. crtUty SI 7- Ü SSO 4 4 1 4 3 1 1 1 o 1 o i 0 Patted Wheeling lay ton ., Home for l.akaff in Pth. ere liv InniiiK. (r-j ool r22 010 000 ooo -l urn nm r.v. run --Syke, 'i'v.o ti.ase hits Ibths. Cleveland. Srlieercn, Kliifr. Sac rifice bit- - SHieeren. Iiouble il.iys t'levelainl t Callahan to Lear. P.ase on balls nff s-iiM.M. 4; off Lakaff, 2. Stnuk out Hv Siel. !. 2: bv lakaff. 2. Wild plfhes-Ljikaff. '2. Hit lv pit. he.l l.nll- Sietl.l by Lakaff. Pave,i ball .lacobs. Left on l.ae Winkling. i; iMytou, '.i. I'mpire ieUel. Time 2 :(.".. MUSKEGON SPLITS SIX GAME SERIES WITH SOX Hart and Duffy Put up Pitching Duel. But Fischer and Coc Icl 1 Win Out. Player and Team CAB 11 U TO A K SB BA FA Hudak. Mincers 1 3 0 2 1 1 1 0 .6 67 .607 Touhey, Olivers 2 9 4 5 5 2 1 1 .556 .875 Hepler. St'idebakers 1 4 0 2 2 .1 2 2 .500 .714 Moriarty, Ball Bands 1 4 2 2 1 1 2 1 .500 .500 Milan. Ball Bands 2 0 0 4 4 4 0 i .444 1.000 Hostettler, Ball Bands 2 .1 0 1 ( 0 0 1 .3:3 .000 Zielinski, ,iners t 3 0 1 2 1 0 2 .333 1.000 Connors. Singers 1 3 0 112 1 1 1 ..11.1 .92S Moore, Olivers 2 9 2 3 1 1 0 2 .333 1.000 I Spahr. Olivers 2 7 4 2 4 0 0 2 .2S6 1.000 W. Spahr. Olive.-s 1 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 .230 1.000 Martin, Singers 1 4 0 1 J 6 2 1 .250 .778 Wertz. Studebakers I 4 1 1 2 3 0 1 .2 50 1.000 Willis, Ball Bands 2 8 1 2 4 2 0 0 .250 1.000 Britton. Ball Bands 2 9 3 2 C 0 0 0 .222 1.000 DeHose ..Studebakers 1 5 0 111 1 0 1 .200 1.000 Fish, Olivers 2 7 0 1 20 3 1 ti .143 .955 Atvas. Olivers 2 X 0 1 0 0 0 1 .125 1.00 Dulin. Olivers a S 3 1 0 2 2 1 .125 .750 Hixenbaugh. Ball Bands 2 8 1 1 1 3 2 0 .125 .667 Totals Terre Haute Mitchell, .... tiygli. lb. 2b Ol lay, rf ... Miller, cf ... Wagner, c . Cray. 3b ... Ialtoss. If, c Kvers. lib ... Cochrane, p . Cilbert, lb . i Cramer. If .1 4 4 Ä 4 1 1 Other players who have participated in better than .000 in batting. rames have failed to make Favt Time in Humiliation Trials Fv ported Since Only :12, Arc Allowed to Kace. iCbitacn oltOOOdlO 6 7 2 Detroit 020 001000 3 7 2 Caber and .Schalk; Cunningham and Baker. CHICAGO. June 2. Thirty-nine , NATIONAL LEAGUE First game t . rs had been tit'b:b deibv at; entered in the auto to be run here June 1'- when the list closed Thursday i :zh. Four more are expected Fri n.iy. As b it 1)2 entered will be per i itTed to start. It is expected fast time will be made in the elimina tion trials. Drivers rr.ii; make last 90 miles an hour to iualifv Among the er.trants in the . u'.e race for 30.0(o are Dario Hesta. winner of the Indianapolis r:.ce; Carney Oldtiebl. Kalph De PalnM. llilph Mulford. Fah'ie O". l !ir-il. Cldie Kickenba-her. Jc.-ef I'hnM.u'n-:. Oil Anderson. Howard W.b (. John Aitkeri. the three f hc'-i..I-t brothers. Juls Deigne. Pete Heru!ers.n. Dave l.'is. C.eor:e .".daiiw. William Mulb-r. Mel Strin- r. W ili er Ii'Alene. Ir.i Vail. C . '! boiM p-..!i. Charley Merz. Bert Wat- 1 ii. -ii .s Milton. F. H. Biul.r.gs. .- lb. ward and I. ote;g. I lost on 4 on OOO Brooklyn "no tiin Hagau and tlowdy: (.'1: and Meei. Second game rton 000 0(i r.r.ok! n I t'Oo 0 20 C on o. 1 MUSKHGOX. Mich.. June 2. A slashing double by Fischer and a clean single itr.o right lield by Cove- leskie gave Muskegon the game with Grand llapids Thursday at Marsh t'eld in the linal inning by the score of 2 to 1. The v'ctory of the Beds made the series of six games an even break, each club taking three. BENDERS GET IN ON SOX BOOSTER GAME Croud of .".000 Fx pect od at Grand llapids Today Opfergclt is Helcacd by Smith. Rudolph and dowdy Miller. o 2 ii oO 1 Coombs 7 0 5 1 and i C.rand llapids AH. U. H Pi . A. L Carey. 2 4 1 1 2 4 1 l'.iant. sts 4 O 1 :: 4 o .M.'o. k. "b 4 O O 1 ij IMlngtou. cf 1 o 2 ii ti o V right. If 4 o ii o o M'-Arthur. rf -into u o IXNeinOerg. lb .". o 1 1 ; (i o Withn.w. c o o .-. n o Huffy, p .1 a o 0 .". O celebrated the Grand r the first There are and about others are incinnati Pittsburgh So hti rid er Harmon and Schmidt . . ooo loi 1 oi 4 9 o . . no.: 2-0 s 13 4 Dale and Wingo. Huhn: New York fniii ;ofi oiO 2 1 I hiladt lphi.i . . . . jom loi 0' 4 7 2 Stroud, Schauer and Rariden: llie and KillilYr. r-. I : Fa: AMERICAN 1 .u;" ille . . . . To led . i 1 '.ilmern lames. ASSOCIATION loo ooo ooo 1 2 2 11 loo (io ;; ; i and I.alonge: Total Nene out VI. ll Muskegon l is. her, lb Martin. -b P.onin. rf C,)e!eskie. If Mi Neil. Stanley, tf P. ru baker. ?n Harris. l',h Hart, p w liming A P.. ll. . : l l 4 4 2i ii i rna s ore.l. II. Pi. A. V.. 1 10 1 0 l :t l o 1 o o o 11 o o : : o o 2 o o (l 4 Ö 1 (i l a ooio 4 27 M 2 ; n. IMMl lull (Ml - 1 Williams. Main and Sweeney. SI14U DAVIS YIN. 1 : : ."eat . !i 1 New . S.Te': DALLAS Tex. is Ji:n.- 2. Sailor I J...: kr.ikd o-.st Jack Sbelton in , C .- 'oT.tii ro j.ere List night, i Milwaukee ....ovu 1C0 020 1 3 0 Kansas City ...30 2 OoO oo 5 1 Young. Shackelford and Mayer: Began and Berrv. i'iTTsi:i'i:;ii. Jwi.e 1 11 1 - a s Tli ur i i o:;.iitioi all t- the .. ..1 1 1.1 , -!...: a : 1 .i s 1 .. ia ! Ii .::. ..f I be 1 :.i It no ! 1 2. In?ieh'-r lay 1 asetl 1 ittsourgh 1 VV si eral Columbus . . . .000 eve Ooo 0 S 4 Hakatiapolis .111 .,nl v2 1 '. 14 1 Brad.v. Vance and Coleman: Falk enberg and S. h 1 Mgr. Trv NEWS-TIMES Want Ads! Total .. Score Hy Inn Ur.in.l Ii'jpi-ts Mi:keoi loo ool--2 umm.tr . Two :.i-i bits ( ' '!sk ie. P.linetnii. Fix-tier. Stolen baes -P.raut. Martin. Double pbiys-llart to P.rubaker to Fischer: P.rant to Weiaberg. P.oes on balls tiff Huffy. 2. I--f r oti bases Mus kegon, 4; (Iran 1 Kapi.N. r. struck out Py Duffy. .'I; by li tre, Ö. Finpire Daly. Time- 1 :40. IIAKVAHD IH1T WILLIAMS CAMBKIlKiF. Mass.. JJune 2. Harvard defeated Williams 2 to Thursday by timely hitting. Harvard 11" ouo oo 2 .". idiams ""u i.oü 0"o o ;, ilarrett and '.artc; Iwui; and 1 ow ell- Booster day will be here on .June 1 1, when Bapids club is here fi series of the season. ! about 4.000 tickets out i half have been sold. The still to be ;iad and can be secured ! from practically every store in the city. The Black Sox are going good i and the game should prove a big : drawing card. I The Benders today figured in a I Booster day at Grand Uapids. It was expected that a crowd near ."..ooo would turn out to see the kjame there. Smith is well known in the furniture city, and as it will be the Grand Bapids fans' lirst chance of seeing Hd's ball team, they are expei ted to liock to the park, j i ipfej-i:elt. who was tried out in been re return to bis home town. Woodstock, 111. p fergelt has plenty of natural ability, but needs developing before he is ripe for the Central league. Scheue1, erg. the Springfield hurl er. has jumped the club, and Smith may lend Dunn a hurler to till' in until he can get another man. Jack Kalling, who tried out for first base, is playing with the Peru team. "Bed' Fisher, who was released 'i .several das ago, expects to land a 1 MEN TO MEET TONIGHT ICiU-hic Mitchell and Charley YVhito Booked For 10 Rounds. International News Serrce: MILWAUKEE, Wrf.. June 2. Charley White, the Chicago light weight, will meet Ritchie Mitchell, a local product, in a 10-round bout here tonight. A largo delegation of Chicago fans will come north to view the mill. o 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 o 0 o 0 II. PO .A. F. 1 .1 2 1 O 2 2 O 0 o 0 1 u 0 o 0 4 2 0 0 0 o 1201 1 1 0 o 0 o . 0 4 27 0 2 II. PO. A. F. 1 1 2 0 4 2 1 0 0 0 (i ä n 0 0 1 2 O 1 1 :: 0 1100 1 a o 1 2 1 :i 0 o ö o o o o o O 0400 5 24 1., 4 Ah'iwortl, lb 1 Totals Score Hy Inning. ETnnsville 200 1H1 frf 7 Terre Haute 000 40O OoO- I Summary. Stolen bases Fvers, Cochrane. Three br.se hits Tennant, De.Iioss. Left on bases Kvansviile. 0; Te-re Haute, ;. Sac rifice fly Kiuble. Sacrifice hits Mat thews. Larsen. Struck out F.y Barsen. 1; Cochrane, 1. Dase en balls Off I.ar fen 2; Coehrane, 4. Wild pitch Larsen. Hit by pitcher Knoll. Tepe. Umpire -Itoss. Time 1:40. MICHELIN-FOUNDED-1832 PRESS COOP CHATTER ITT MURRAY. Jac k the Springfield series, has leased. He probably will job at .Micj'.i-'aii "ity. He iiiltiids to uuit basebalL sa' he IIGHT RFSXJVrS. International Nws Servce: NEW YORK, June 2. Smith, reputed middleweight cham pion of the navy, outpointed Billy I'apko of Kewaneo, 111., In 10 1 ounds. Sailor Johnny Moran outpointed Kid Henry in a six-round bout. WALSH HIIYTS imOYTXSON'. Surprise ruled supreme on the Notre Iame campus yesterday after noon when Walsh beat Brown 50 n 3 to o in one of the hardest fought games of the inter-hall season. Wrape pitched stellar ball for the victors, allowing the main building boys but one hit. Walsh 10 020 000 2 Brownson 000 000 000 0 Batteries For Walsh. Wrape and McQuire; Brownson, Ieamond and Allison. Burke. Umpire McNickols. In a slow practice game yester day afternoon Sorin lost to Corby 4 to 2. Playing on both sides ragged. lRead NEWS-TIM ES Want Ads The Benders open a four-day series at Grand Rapids today and then will journey on to Muskegon. Hensling is expected to get in the game today. Loudermilk is due to hurl this af ternoon. Louie in his two trips against Dayton held them to live runs in 20- innings. Beall was the busy boy down at finit yesterday. He pulled a few of his familiar stretches and saved Zeiser on a couple cf bad pegs. Anderson was a hard-worked man, too. They were hurling them in all directions at first and lie v as forced to tag several runners as they passed him. Grimes staged the circus catch on Hoffman's drive in the fourth. He backed up aKainst the fence and leaped and pulled the ball in In his gloved hand. Opfergelt had only one chance and he pulled that In after a lengthy run. He went over in foul territory on one drive and scooped it in on the short hop. Lninn was the only Reaper to get a clean hit on Bowman. His two drives went to the outfield. Ander son's drive was a slow roller that Zeiser had to come In on. Ander son's hit rolled down the third base line and he beat it to first by a step. "You're out," yelled Bowman to Spencer when he hit one towards Tannehill. Bashang failed to get his usual daily hit. He got one sacrifice in four trips to the plate. Beall's drive in the eighth was a clean cut blow on a line right over second base. The locals had or ly two innings when they failed to et men on the paths. The Reapers failed to Kfct on Ln four frames. LVlUi ilü ' 777777 7TT'i? 12 to 15 Extra Weight ( Lk.M.cWli. me. f ; i5." jV rWJkiilre.i J ItigPEoief ry t:.. Strip. Hem I Ftkric Her f. ' ' . Jr i'ii'1' m 1 naiTLiv rxrviMAL TRIAD When you buy your next tire make thl jlmple test. Let us weigh a Michelin Unireraal Tire in comparison with any other non-skid of the same size Yoa trill ßndthe Mlchtlin 12 to 150 heavier than the average, the exact percentage depending on ike size cf the tire uted in the tut This extra weight represents extra rubber and fabric, which means extra scvicc 20TH CENTURY GARAGE Wm. H. Nichols, Prop. 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