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MONDAY r:Vi:XIfi, APRIL 2S, 191D.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES 'Jer Tonight at AMILTOH LOSES MARRIED LIFE By De Beck Etile Bailie OR and 24.000 WATCH League, Standings 1 i I - 1 WHITE SOX WIH ackson Hits Home Run Into Right Field Bleachers Tight Game. DETROIT, Mlrh, Apr;! 2'v D fore 24,000 ppectator Chi-.t'o de feated Detroit y-.-t-r! y s to 1 Chicago hit fvifelv 1 Z tim- D.'ius retiring at tho end of tho m-v nth in favor of Kalllo. A faturr of th" hitting wa.i th lontf horn- r ::i ly Jackson of Chi'-ao into th field bleachers. Drilliant : marked Detroit's !.!.. M. rf Wf-nrr. ;;b , H. Collini. 2b .I.irkon, If , I'tlsrh. rf imdil. lb KUhM-tf, 84 N-bIk. c William, j. Kalllo, i iy. AI'-. . 4 . I . 4 . 1 ..".a A 15. . 4 . 4 . 4 . 4 4 1 O 1 O K 1 1 o 1 1 ! I i: O It I It T i o II (I o l 4 IL 1 II 1 ii 1 1 1 ii ii i ii 1 ii it tVjer 1 Total xlJattfd for Iaim In 8nnth. xtltan fr Stannic In F"nth tUatrd for Kulliu In ninth. Chicago oiooji im Detroit ! I'd Two-bas. bit. Weaver, 'nllins. t FIom run Jackson. tuN-n im- . Schalk. WaTr, Young-. S:irrlR M?s We.irer. Ulster? 2. Snrrlfl. tll-s -You u jr. FVlach. Doubl T'lnys D.nin- to Stanae to Ilo'Imann :Pu-;h to Vomit:; Fe!ch to Ouidll. Lft on t.a 'hi -rsjro 9; Detroit Itasca on Kills OiT Dan 1: otT WlUPmiN 1: off K.illl '. Hit Off Dfttst. 11 In 7 Innings; i.fT Kalllo. 2 In 2 Inning. Hit by pit. i.m JSy Daus (Jackson). struck out IV" D.iUHS 3; by William 2. Logins i i t 1 , r Dans. IJrrori Weaver l-'eh.'h. his toric 2. Schalk, Heitmann. 1 v . ' Xr..:.7ö I ? Hi OS )0 Tr PlSUlANCt V ;h' in rc aiding 9ßX . a. 1 ; v 1 I . on oror? ! ( UmaTs MAPP.CI J Aff Mfl9K5 OF ) l! VrartCC?,CÄ (CT P VAN J H VIL VLADY- ' ( y ' -PV rr V l ix ?-'. ti- t T.-;!,-'- 1 oiW . y ? S FIRST GAME Pirate Pitcher Is Touched foi Seven Hits in Six Innings., CINCINNATI. O., April 2 5. D' timely batting in the second and third innings. Cincinnati defeated Pittsburgh Sunday 1 tu 1. Pitcher Earl Hamilton's feat in the National league was very wild but quite and received sensational Score: 1 : v ? first de- Ruether effective, support. JONES PITCHES RED SOX TO VICTORY ELKS WASHINGTON. April 2. .Jones outpltched a trio of Washington pitchers Sunday and Doston won th- i opening game of its srk'S here with ease. 8 to 0. The local team lidd ed poorly. Score: r.DSTO.V Two-Men Trent. Hamilton-Hurt. Indianapolis . Piel-Iri.sh, Indianapolis Hassinger-Wuest. Terre Haute Druder-Speiker. Indianapolis . Duecker-Evans. Indianapolis . I laud up -Camp hell, Imlianapolis Piel-Piel, Indianapolis 1131 Meyer-Cray, Indianapolis 1150 1296 1202 1 ISO 1185 HC' lir, s Hooper, If r.;irry. 2b S'runk. rf Iltitb. If ., M.-InnD. lb Vlft. :u S'ott, Walters, c , Jone:1, p TtaJ WASHINGTON -Iu.Ise, lb 1'nwtr, "b Mllin. cf iUf. rf - .'k. if ; .-na. 2b 1 1 8 1-.. 1l-L, C Law. p HaTllk:. p Thom)vo. p AI5. . a 4 4 AI5. 1 II i: ii o II 1 II s i:. ii n o ii it o o o u I o II H. 1 1 o ( . II. T II 1 1 o I) I I II II 1 II I) o 1 i Annual Spring Tournament Proves Success for Ant- lerccl Herd. i 1 1 o. s 0 IlV .ir.HOSAPIIAT SPAUH. Never brfnre in local history has it been so hard to ring the curtain on the bowling game as it his this O vn:iinn. While all of the leatrne schedules have bet-n concluded for .some tune there is enough to'.rna- J. 1 1. II. M. 1 f. V. ci. it i.- 1111 .1111 542 f,".T , 6: , 621 , 620 6 1 2 611 , 60S , 603 605 l i as it d- .-ingivs m o ii o . ;. li.i i" s i . l(j.MiOO 4J ' J uil co. Three- ! Ftolen b:irs I Tc.'aN r.ostn Washnlpten Two-base hits St runk, l.i .. bits Jude. Kuth. Mclnnls. Srott 2 S.-ifrIflr hits Hurry 2. Yltt, J-nes. Hooper. Sacrifice 11 y -Walters. Double play Hooper t M -Inr.ls. Iff on Iimss Huston 10: W.i! lneton I" I'.asH n ballM 4)fT Shan- : off IloTlik 1; off Thompson 1; o;T .T :m-s 2. Hits -Of? Shaw, 3 In 4 Inninc: . fT Hovllk, Ö In 1 1" innings; otr Thoiui' Non. 1 In T. 2 :5 Innings. Struck out 15 v Shr.w 2: by Jones 7; by Thompson 1. ioslng pitcher Shaw. Trrors Hi-e. Janvrin. Iavis. INDESTRUCTOS BEAT HOUSE OF DAVID: Speri.il to The News-Tirr.es: BENTON IIAPwDOD. April : The Indestructo baseball tt.un hero Sunday with a victory over tucked under their J. W. i:. i:. House of David belt. Manager Frankel and his hunch of baseball tossers getting away to an early start and never be- ; .1 ing headed. The Indesti-uctos gi t to Wulff, tb.e House of David hurler, for elevn hits and as many runs, while tho Israelites ooubl do little with tho of ferings of Nov ens and S:t.i:k. th'-jS. visiting hur'ers. Snutl: reived I.. Nevrns in the seventh st.it:;- i andjJ. held th- Denton Harbor t. am l:itlessH. throughou the remainder of th"l game. So.e Indeitru.-r.. 4J CM lon penton Harter ... i:;o i IndestruetoH Ne reus. Sr:rtl. Mors-. House er Davl.J W-airr. I. Haonaford. Two-ban . 1, if --- l'r.-nk.-I 2. W1tn . r Hanaford. Tiir.'e b.;e if - Hritt'-n. Hsm n halls -1 ' tT N.v i.s l. L -v " Wulff 5. U 2 i n r. 1 and A- ment and match play in ?ight to j keep a lot of drives in the city busy ü i for some time to come. l Anions those who arc all through ! tr: I ! for the present season r.re t lie bow- i;iers at the Klks temple. The ant-1 .. . ...... i - lered herd just finished their aiinn I i al spring tournament in which 16 o ; five-men teams, and doubles and san- ' gles commensurate, took p rt. in which fine scores w re produced in every event. ; no winners in wie ; various events were as follows: I he-Men Train-. ' CU'DS SCORES ! Ducks 236 4 ! Dills 2921 Hairs 2 9 0 0 j Stars 2S60 ilyiyals 2 71U Horns 2 7 MS IDlks 2791 j Thu.Miii Klent. iNiedsgodzki Smoger 1204 Schwartz V: Richards 124S Müb r .V P.cebe 1 22 S I Duck & Haslinger 1206 Dloom'uld vV L. Miller 11 S3 Vennet iV: Mohu 11"S Jay & Roads 1146 Individual l'.vcnt. C Jones 670 A . Jay 65" ( K. ('.mpbol! 640 C. Veagley 6!16 Dloomtiebi 612 H. H(ll n.d 611 II. Heyde 604 T. Ror.ds 604 Hlbel 602 P. S.'hwart,: 5911 H. Miller 591 Zubler . 5S6 . ook .... II ich iadn idu tl:e tourr.amont J 4 7. and second is in center.? mh a : left tho 5 .8 0 al score winners of were (I. F. Richards hih score went to Local Bowlers Now Lead State Sp"i.il to Th Nen -T - INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. pril 2S. Tlu Kmdilt r atul Sohacf. r Ixmling t":ini of South Rend sht Into tL had in tho state tour nament hen Stindav. uatlw'riii"; n total of 2S-." piiu ami pushing the Ilorsho lirt. of Indianap ollt into sn-iuI i da or with tlM'ir 2797 s"rv?. Abralwim w hlIi nun nith 614, ItluMigli all ilio mfintn-Tr, of tlio leant Ixmlcd onlt'ntly and piokotl iT3' few splltj. l 'ail Mohn, who turned in 2 4 4. Other t'oming I"cnt. With the eh. sine of the Oliver league vcb.edi'b-, which was finished l.;st vc. k, that organization is going to put on a tournament among their own p'.ars. They will stage all of the customary events and it will be or.ducTe.l at th Orpheum Drives. v Vt T!:'.'."s d.1 . y t'.r'd I 'ridny evenings w;l : . cor i, P a.' 1 1 k e ) , lb ; cor. J !: .f. 1 -i ve-it, ve-men team s and I It. 1 w Advertisers can sell for bs5 profit from volume. b . 1 1 .-hod rr.'-at rv . - ..... i tb.e fe:.t I'ven it .'et tl.rOUL. ninrits and ..wl.r.r w ly this s. Alleys t!;e introduced st renuous months ns : 1 . l s ir week. which may !e t:n. to come i.' rime between I.r.fors, Hoosier Ola ers. S ourh Cheney-Kiestler. Indianapolis I Tiernan-Kirkoff, Indianapolis Individual Iivent. II. Johnson, Indianapolis . K. Meyer. Indianapolis k'immel, Indianapolis . . . . Hurt, Indianapolis Scott, Gary Rvans. Indianapolis Raker, Princeton Hinchman. Indianapolis . P. Sutton, J e If. .'sonville . . Rrooks, Indianapolis .... like'y to prove as popular bere rn.'ny or the great howl- Mir ufrbout the country. IVuirnoy Mil! Going. of ho Koehlcr Schafer rolling their doubles and the state tournament at Indianapolis today and their work may have a considerable effect on tho sandie-;s of these events. Mem bers of the six clubs of the Oliver league, rolled in these events late yesterday afternoon but it has been impossible to get any scores of them as yet. There are six more clubs to ern test in the big state event from South Rend as the Iiucktails, Eagles, Hoosier Creams, South Rend Watch Co., Orfuns and Tuttle Corporation teams are scheduled to roll at In dianapolis next Siit unlay and Sun day. Recause of a slight change in their schedules of doubles and sin- j cles some of the teams will leave here next Friday evening, who will j make the trip in automobiles. The 'others will follow on the morninff j train on the Erie, which gets them j there in sufficient time to roll their j doubles before the five men event, which is schedu!?d at 8:S0 the same day. This will leave only one of the three original morning squads in force, which, with the exception of two squads of individuals will close the state tournament this yar. This latttr crew is composed entirely of Indianapolis bowlera and comprises most of the cream of the capitol city. Iscadors in State Tourney. With the exception of the five men team event the leaders in the various events of the Indiana Bowl ing association tournament nov in progress at Indianapolis, have achieved splendid success. At pres ent all of the leaders hall from In dianapolis, and bowlers from nearly every city in the state except South Rend and Fort Wayne, have eon tested. The leaders in the various events are ns follows: live-Men I 'rent. Horseshoe Tires, Indianapolis Reams Five, Indianapolis . Ontral Alley, Terre Haute Prent-O-Lite. Indianapolis .. Hoosier Coffee. Indianapolis j Coopers. Indianapolis Oary Tribune. Gary ! "phone Indianapolis .... j Srciaraores, Terre Haute ... ! ::nc!. Torre Haute .. Pi rrsiU'IlCiH AI. It. H. O. A. Catoii. n 4 O 1 r. 2 Pa rev, cf 4 0 0 7 0 Stuic-d. rf 4 O O r2 o soiahworta. if l o 2 o Puts'iaw, 2!) 4 O '2, 1 o Hoeckel. a! 2 0 1 O 1 Mollwitz, lb 2 0 17 1 S. nldt. e 4 0 O 0 1 Hamilton, p 1 0 0 2 1 x Terry 1 O 0 O o livans. p O0OO0 wZitzinann 1 0 0 0 0 Tot lis ? 1 5 24 V xltalted for Ilaniliton In seventh. x Hatted for Kvaus in ninth. CINCINNATI AH. It. II. O. A. Hath. 21 :. 1 1 :. o Neale, rf 4 0 0 0 0 troli. öii 4 112 0 Hollah, if 4 0 0 ; 0 Ma pee, If :t 0 1 0 0 Diiubert. lb 3 2 2 7 0 Kopf, ss 4 O 2 1 I Ua rblen, e 0 2 7 0 Heuther, P ?, 0 0 1 3 Totals 31 4 9 27 0 AM-EKIt'.Us- LKAUIE. W. L. d stn - 0 1 i -so 4 1 .1 -jadelphia 1 1 '.eveland 1 1 .tn.it 1 2 '. afiin'rron 1 2 . Louis 1 . York 0 NATIONAL, LLAGtE. "'iiCtnnati . H.ookl.vn . itlsburgh '.Iiuago .... V'lilarielphla .-w York . fojton ..... t. Louis .. 3 1 o o 0 3 1 0 0 Pet 10(0 JÖOI .2:1) 1.00 .wo .ö0 GA.MKS TO PAY. Ymerlrtin Ieuue. rhlrao at Detroit. i levelhnd at irt. bonis. Boston at V.'aslilijgtoa. Natlonul Insue. Brooklyn at I hllfidelpiiia. Npw York Rt Doston. IMttsburKh at Cincinnati. St. Loulu at Chicago. RESI LTS YKSTERDAY. yVnwrlcan League. rievelan-l-St. Ioulu (ruin). 'hlcapo. 0; Detroit, 4. Boston. S: Washington. 0. National League. Fittoburgh. 1; Cinelnnntl, 4. ot. Louis, 1; Chicago, 7. Anverlmn Asuoriatlon. Didi.mapolls, 11; 12; 1. Milwaukee. ."; iO; 3. St. rani. 4: 10; 2. Louisville. 2; 5; 3. Kansas Ctly. 17; 12; S. Toledo, S; 0; 0. Minneapolis, 4; 10; 4. Columbus. 3; 7: 2. Pittsburgh Cinelnnntl Two-base Datibert, hit Cittshaw. Boeckel. OK lOOOOOl 012(H)0 01 4 Stolen buses Double play Huether to (iron. Left on oases Pitts burgh S; Cincinnati . Bases on balls Off Buetli?" Ö: off Hamilton 2. Hits Off Hamilton. 7 In innings; off Rvans. 2 in 2 Innings. Hit by pitcher By Uuether 1; by Hamilton 1. Struck out By ltuether 0. Losing pltclier Hamilton. B OH G L HELD TONIGHT TYLER HOLDS CARDS HITLESS TILL SEVENTH CHICAGO. April 2 3. George. Tyler pitched in fine form and the Chicago Nationals defeated the St. Louis team 7 to 1 in their first game of the season. Tyler did not allow a hit until the seventh inning. Good- hard by the locals. Four Bouts Scheduled for Fight Fans-Gary Dele gation Coming. win was hit Score: ST. Loris Shotton, If ... SmitK rf I 1 fhente, ef lb nts'iy. Si vto k. :.'. ! I'nulette. lb . ehnltx, 2'.i .. Snyder, c Goodwin, p .. P!e!UOiS .... Tuero, p Totals v.T. at ted CHICAGO- Flaek. rf ... Holloeher. ss Mann, If ... Paskert, cf Merkle, lb . IM-1:. 2i ... Kilduff. 3b . KUIefer. c . Tyler, p ... for Goodwin AB. I T . 4 . 4 . 4 . 4 . 4 . 1 . 0 . 0 30 in AB. . 4 . Ö . 4 o ! 4 . 4 . 4 . 4 04 u 1 1 . H. O. A. 0 0 o (I 1 o 12 0 1 1 s Oil 1 13 0 1 4 o 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 21 11 :hth. . H. O. A. 12 0 2 o 1 1 2 O 0 1 0 1 13 0 3 2 3 10 3 1 r 0 1 0 0 It 27 13 Totals 33 St. Louis ooonnooio 1 Chienpo 112 000 3ir 7 Two-base hits Pb-k. Kilduff. Paill ette, Schultz. Heatheote. Home run I'laek. Stolon liases Piek 2. Killefer. Saerlflce hits- Pakert 2. Double plays Tyler to Pick to Merkle; Stork to Hornsby. Left on bases St. Louis li; Chleago 7. Bases on balls Off Trier 4; off Goodwin 1; off Tuero 1. Hits Off Goodwin. 11 In 7 innings. Hit by pitcher By Goodwin 1. Struck out By Goodwin 2: oy Tyler 4. Losing pitcher Goodwin. Drrors Shotton. Stock, Paillette. UG I G 5 MEET TONIGHT Leonard Backers Ask Odds of Two to One Expect Big Crowd. .2797 .2732 .2709 .26S7 .2677 .2649 . 2641 .2640 . 2 2 .2610 -.a 7 XASICHTS BEAT RcDMEN. v w .c er or 1. .Vsiv-b.ts biseball team de- e.ite. th V.cdraen team in a hotly r.tested g; me Sunday afternoon tP' s :u debuker f.e'.d Mead for N'abieht was in danger en bow.ovs D :ek Pin game is beinc wb.ich is not Quite as during the summer tb.e big ball game. And n or.l ,1 r aro. .:'.pc:? 1 o Next Sundar the play the Pall Rands m!e park. y, but tightened f the Redmen. during up NabJchts vill at Pottawato- By United Tress: NEW YORK. April 2S. Many bets were being made here today that Benny Leonard, lightweight champion of the world, would knock out Willie Ritchie, former title hold er, when they meet tonight in a bout scheduled for eight rounds at the first regiment armory, Newark. Odds of one to two were asked by those betting that Leonard would stop his opponent, but few takers were found. The largest crowd that ever wit nessed a Jersey bout, it is predicted, will be present. Leonard is said to have been guaranteed $20.000 for his end while Ritchie is reported to receive J 10,000. The boys will enter the ring prac tically at catchweights. Articles of agreement stipulate that they shall weight not more than 142 pounds. Ritchie, however, already is thin and drawn, while Leonard is heavy but fast. The poundage stipulated would eliminate any chance of Leonard's losing his title, unless Ritchie should reduce his weight to the lightweight figure and emerge victor. Mike Collins arrived In town last night with Johnny (Kewpie) Ertle under his wing, all .set to give Frankie Mason a lacing in their ten round boute which is scheduled for the Oliver theater tonight. Mike and Johnny came up from New York where the latter has been working out in Billy Elmer's gymnasium since his bout with Frankie Daley. Johnny says the fight game is booming in New York and New Jer sey, and that all the exhibitions in the east are drawing crowded houses From the advance sale of tickets the two banties will play to a crowded house tonight In South Bend. Lou .Christopher and his Gary delegation, 100 strong will be at the ringside when the gong rings, and M. Fitzsimmons and another crew will be down from Benton Harbor. The latter bunch are pulling for Paddy Clancy to take the measure of young EUenwood in the semi windup, for if he wins this bout he has promised several Chicago en gagements. Frankie Mason needs no introduc tion to South Bend fans as he is a hot favorite here. The promoters did not Intend to use him in this show, but owing to the insistent de mands of a number of his local fol lowers, he was signed up. Plenty of fun is promised when the two darktown birds open the bill. Both have a good punch and both can take a lot of punishment. Plans are now being made for the next show which will doubtless con sist of three top notch fights, all of them calling for a ten round battle. There will be many notable fight followers at the ringside tonight. Rd Smith of Chicago, who is immense ly popular with local fight fans, will act as referee, and no decisions will be given, this in compliance with the Indiana law. BASEBALL ONCE MORE ASSUMES NORMAL ASPECT NEW YORK, April 2 8. With the return of many players from the army and navy. Major league base ball resumed a more normal aspect when the season opened last week after two seasons more or less de moralized by war conditions. Des pite the later opening. 12 of the 34 games scheduled were postponed because of cold weather or rain. Cin cinnati, winning four from St. Louis, and Broklyn defeating Boston three times, led the National league. Cin cinnati won Its fifth straight victory today, defeating Pittsburgh. The Boston world champions top ped the American league standing by winning the only game it played last week, overwhelming New York 10 to 0. noticf: to mi: public: We. the International Brother hood of Electrical workers, local No. 133. of South Bend, Ind., wish to hereby notify the public that the Union card carried by Elmer H off man is null and void. I. H. JACKSON. Prest. B. J. UREHMKR. Ree. Sec'y. O. U. DAVIS. Fin Sec'y. 12341-2S Advt. GOAT ANDERSONS WIN. The Goat Anderson Juniors de feated the St. Joseph team Sunday at Redel's field by a score of 17 to 12. Home runs featured the contest. The winners challenge any team in South Bend averaging 16 years. For trames call Manager Fritz. Bell 5173. The score follows: Goat Anderson, jrs. 222 443 OOx 17 18 3 St Josephs 221 302 02012 14 4 Batteries Reidel. Hum and Fritz: LiFortune, Elbe and Barcome Home runs Reidel, Teska, Bott roff. Huss. 3. Foot specialist recognized author ity, now located 114 W. Washington Home phone S593. AVIATOR IS KILLO. FREE POUT. Ky.. April 2? Lieut. Allington Jolly of Chicago was killed Sunday when a privately owned airplan? he was testing fell 13Ö feet near the Luf berry aviation 1 1 -S Tt V. -y- llr-llfO Tllirft tar 1 Jieiu nere. uuwi 111s legs were 12833-30 Try NEWS-TIMtS Want AdS broken and his skull fractured. 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