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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES Dish of AoA n 8 A ssociation a Formed at Indianapolis I , . T ANOTHER FORMED TERRE HAUTE BOY AT BUFFALO. ILL Territory Taken From Metro politan and Central Asso-ciations--Too Large. League Standings NAT I OA AL, l.KAGI K. ATHLETIC DIRECTOR in j : J NHW YORK. J'int in. Plans for the formation of two new d:.jtri' t as sociations of the Amafiir Athbticj j union wiin npi'jfiu.in'i? iKn.tii ! i i ; i V v" ( N ..4 Won. It. Pr-r. New York ai 11 Cincinnati is .i'n Phi. tig,, .jä ..k!J Pittsburgh 1 1 r k 1 ii J2 1' .4.". st. Louis : .4.v. lh 1? i.I-l.hia J7 ..V.7 r.'ütn S! .X'7 AMKHIC AN J.HAM K. Wop. L'.ot. IVt. 'hi-Hffo .rü Cb-o-hiid ;v ii .v.j New York .7 1. .141 st I. out... ja ..mi ltrolr si 4;7 llot"!i IS .42.' W;,Mnarfou 17 ..".si; Phüa.bdphla 10 ! " f ; - - ? . . &Z . . .. -v-.. . : . i- ?s: ;-V- ': -' ' v. . ' - '' . - r ! S trJ. AM Kill CAN ASSOCIATION. nd Indianapolis, wrrn announrf! H..' dr.ejday nUht by Krlfrick j f p". tTI of th- 1 1 V, i if Ruble n, M-rrctary-tn . surer organization. The new association?, he sai'l. will formed from territory tak-n from J ( the unwieldy Metropolitan ;ml 'n tral asoriations. tho rroat si- of which hs hamper-'! ath!-t-s iivin;; at point far remonl from enters j where me't.s ar' h-M. thr:-; of! the present rli.stricts will l.o split in th near future, Mr. Huhin ar!kM. Th new association taken from th Metropolitan asso.-iatin teiri tory will be known a the Western New York association. Thn association with hoadquarteis In Indianapolis will be known as rh; Indiana association arid will include all of the state of ndiana. In both f a: es. clubs affected by the proposed chan' have signed p ti tions directed to A. A- L. indieatinK1 a ütrons; desire for the creation of new districts. mi i i ' ..'vv; i !sr. P.ial ... ! l.'.l.'lxUllo . . j I n I i.t p.Il I 'oInniNux . . Mini)-. pulls Won. . .no . . I - . '. Tft ...w .10 bom. i; 17 1 1?) Si ::o . A S5 TIGER ERRORS HELP i "O" . .v. . V TV1.-J It i-- persistntly rumored in Na tional league baseball circles that he Cincinnati club will soon obtain Max Cmy, veteran outtielder oi the Pittsburg Pirates in a proposed deal between the two clubs. The Ked.-t mill Pr"l mil a -r r im ai irt oiUlv in nel or an outtielder. PHILADELPHIA TO WINiwu, sh,:rwo.i m,Sh- stm comah-- c i n from an attack of pneumonia, Pat Moran has been forc-d to play Kule P.ressles. the liir southpaw twirler. in left field. HresU-r is in excellent . . . x stonred a rails. In the ninth with sl MUl as a resuu oi nis poor rniL.r);:i.pHiA, June n.i:r- ror? aided Philadelphia in left-utin Ietroit. 6 to ... VVediusd:v. Pirn relieved Kinnt-v in tho -ihth :. n.i ! bddini: his position i:ti:hiay's kki ijs, Niitlrntl LriiKur. T'hd:ilelld:i. 1: '1nHnn:H . 4. r.toti. i; Pitt sit'irir. Ö 11 Innings. bro'ik! ii. .'; Piilcjiiri. l. Ni'iv Yrk. St. Louis. '' AmrricAti Lragu. "ldcMo. o; 'aldHyton. h'trolf. Pldl.ol.'liihia. '. r vi l;tti.l. ia: N.-w York. " St. Koni. .". : P.oKton. .. American Asorlntion. '"liiniltui. Milwaukee. In. Iu!i:in;ip.lls. 4; St. P.iul. '.. Til-Io. 11: M I n n' .i -oil-. !. boiiUvill'. 7: Kaunas City. . Three- Y'.yr Leac'ie. Pv.'llisvllle. i:..oiuliif on. 0. Terre Hüllte. Moliiie. Peoria. J: Ilo.kf.Td. ä. C AM Ks TOOAY. Nwtlonal reai(tic. l...fon ;if PltlKltur-. Plillal liii:i at C!n lnn.iti. Ib-ooklyu nt riilrat. New York at St. Trails. Ainrrirun Insur. riilia'ii at "asliiiii:lou. I.'tr-at at Philadelphia. Cleveland at New York. St. bonis nt Itoston. 2 I .nr2 X V.14 .Mr: k .4;u 4F; $ fa I fi '.V : ? v. -V1 AfllTGHELL OOSTED I '" - 1 1 War Heroes All Alike to Fans DISCOVERS OIL Umpire Quigley Sends Cub Manager to Clubhouse for Disputing Decision. CHICAGO. June 1&. Brooklyn hit ii a wild pitch. Shorten scoring. Um pire Nallin tailed Hush out as he hitting the lower end of the Iti d's batting order has been impotent for 'some time slid over the plate ith the run solll(' 1 acquisition r tne which would have tud the m ore. ird-hittin Carey would Kieatly (obb w aa out of the mU' because of a boil on his Us. Manager Mack strengthen the pennant chances of the Cincinnati club. Carey is at sent Pitcher 15ob (Itary to the Co- J present on the Pirates" hospital list, iumhia (South Atlantic) team and I ,Ml1 th' , uh is -s well fortilied with ixpects liarus, firöt bast man. tt rc-j'x,ra outtiebl-rs that the mina-e-poit from thai team Saturday. I M'nt. providing a pood trad can he mad, may let Carey ko to the Ked.s. More : Ii:Tl;niT Alt. Paidi. (h ." oinur. -1 .". KJlls-n. f Vea. h. If 4 llfllm.uui. lh 4 I i.ijrttead. rf ler. :t Stjiiiac-. e 4 I au-, P 1 Cui)!)lnsh.un 1 Knllto, p o xxSa-jfteu 1 Total .V. xPntfed f"r Iau In 7th xvltatted f..r Kallio in !'th All. 4 a 11. it l it o l 1 t l l o II. n a. ii l 7 J . "J i 1 II l 1 1 0 j I s o I 0 o 0 0 0 0 .", n II O I ii n ii ti o ii 1 O 11 ; i:; II. H A. , i a o j II 1 o j 0 o J 4 II 1 1 S II 1 '2 'J 0 1 1 i 1 J o 1 0 1 I I 5 -21 10 j ihiii n.;i .', (Mit ei -" t WILLARD EXPECTS TO WEIGH 245 Daily Grind Does Some Shadow Boxing. Pim.ADIILPlIIA U itt. If 1 iM.flliO. ."? lb.ta. rf alkT. rf HuruH, 1! Shannou. 21 I'.u;nn. h M' A Toy, e Kinney, p I'crry," p Total rvtroit PMliiilelphia Two-base hlt-urur. Ttire.'-I.a-,. hit 'weight championship contest with McAvpy. Stol.-n bae Kot!i. Sarifi-e hit Yountr. 1'otil.h- pl:y - PumIi-Yoiiu- j .lack Uempsc-y here July 4 and be Heilmann; Ducaa Shanron-llurn l..at (.UJS if s jsf , pro,r(1,s ho n;iS on hae iftr"if. : Pldladel;!ua. . 1 JUm on biil! OtT Kinney. ; o.T 1 .m. i tu i de in leducinu his weight has de .1: off Knill... I. Hit U!f Paiiss. in C. i 1nii1njr: eft KnlP.o. 1 in 2 innlntrs; .tT ' enie.i to . imini.te ion- runs over the Kinney. 5 in 7 inniiiirs ip?t hI f four ToLi'Ito, June 19. Jess YYil- U;rd announced Wednesday niht th.: t he expected to weigh between L'4."i and 1 l piiiiiuls for his h.-avy- T)Ij:i)() WINS 10-ft. MINNKAPtlJkS, June in. I iv runs behind In the ninth. Minneapo lis made- a desperate rally in Wed nesday's game with Toledo, lacking one of tying the score. Sanders strik ing out Wolf for th- tlnal out with the bases full. The score was 10 to 'J, the gam- being marked by weak pitching, heavy batting and loose tieldin'. Score: Toledo . . . ::io 202 11010 15 4 Minneapolis 111 oul 104 9 12 2 Hrady, Ferguson, Sanders and Murphy: Iloherson. Shauer. Palm ers and Owens. SENATOR T Col. Wait C. Johnson, of the A. K. F. general Maif and chief athletic officer Is chairman of th- inter-allied games committee under whose aus pices the big inter-allied meet at Pershing Held, near Paris, will be held. The nu"t will start on June 22 and continue until July 4. Col. Johnson is a well-known college athlete- He staged the recent A. E. F. championship Karnes. CARDS BUMP GIANTS. ST. LOUIS. Mo.. June 1 1. A crowd estimated at I Ö.OO0 saw St. Louis defeat New York Wednesday. to . The locals won in the sixth when singles by Miller and Stock, a double by Horn.iby and Schultz's sacrifice fly prod med two runs. Score: EFE1TS CIGOTTE Star of White Sox Staff Loses Hard Game to Washington. m:v YOU K All. R. II. n A. Hums. If 4 o l .. n Voiiiiir, rf 4 o o 2 o b -teller, ss .-, i) I -j J Iioyle. 2b 4 1 1 KauIT. rf 2 1 1 4 ö Zimmerman, "b 1 0 o 1 2 Chas 21 :; o ; o MrCarty. e r, o ö 1 1 Priifon. p 2 o o ii I' Smith 1 (; o ii ti Schupp, p o o ii y o Totals ? -'7 2 5 2i 12 x Hatted for P.enfoti In 1 1 1 . ST. I.OP IS- Alt. II. II. II. A. .T. Smith, rf and rf . . . 2 1 o o 0 Miller, lb I 1 1 11 0 Stock. 2b 4 2 2 2 P. Ilorusb.v. r.b .". a l r, HenthTte. f o n i o Schultz, rf 1 0 0 1 0 McIIejiry. If ; o o :t II I.a Mill, -s .". o ii ; 4 Snyder, o :: i i -j I"aU, p :t a u ( 4 TntaN -j.s .", 1; -J7 b buttern in Mh: elf Perrv 1 In '2 innings. Hit by plf te-r My i'.iti. ibnni'. Struck out by Kinney. 4; by Ian. 1; 10. id from his daily training grind. Lighterwork tb.an has been tie rule for several days prevail d in tir Kallio. 1. Winning pit' -he r Klnm-v I-osiap pitcher I au 1 a rors l'.at t he champions workout at his Mau WASHINGTON, June 19. Shaw outpitehed Cicotte and blanked Chi cago Wednesday. Washington tak ing the opening game of the series, 2 to 0. It was Cicotte's first defeat aft, r eight straight victories anil his second loy of the season. Kxtru I ase hits by (iharrity and Jvdge paved the w;v for Washington's run. score BROWNS BEAT RED SOX cmcA;o b. ibobl. rf . . K. Collins. 2b Wl'ilVtT. .'ill . . .bli k 11 , If ... (inn. Iii. lb ... Kelm-h. of nOSTON. Jtine if. P.oston lost its fifth straight same Wednesday when St. lmi , w it h Sothoron pitch- mee bay camp Wednesday affeinoon. s. haik. c Willard ut down his boximr to 'ight Clotte. p rounds after his strenuous workout I ... , , 1 I of, lis ! Tues. lay when he boxed 11 rounds w SIM.;ToN land woundup with four more ofj.T-i.lt'.-. lb shadow l-oxing. The eha mpion's , I 'o-r. .'.' MU.'.n. i All. It. II 1 , II o (I II o 0 o ing. defeateil th champions. to 2. 1 persons comprising th- 1 truest w eek ! Murphv. If St. Louis' thre runs c.mie in the 1 day cnwd that has p.u ked the tent- Jharrity. fifth, when the hall w is n"t hit out side the diamond. Score: ST. bOCIS AiifMn, .'! .. r.e-leon. 2b . Tobln. If ... S!dr. lb ... Jacobson. f Smith, rf ... Oerber. ! M iyer. c . . . . Nethcrnr.. p . Total '. .. IUISTON IIo.-rer. rf .. Vitt. r Strtink. c .. r.uth. if M-lnnis. lb . S'li.inj. c ... Scott. r .... Sh.-3tl. 2b ... Jnms. p . . . I un:.nt. p . . xl.arrar xxCaMwea . Alt. . . 4 . 4 . t . :;i ai: . o 1 1 "1 i: 1 11 n t 11 o 1 1 0 .V 1: o v . a a 1 a e t 1 1 a hit out- ! ! II O A ! o 1 2 j 0 2 , o i e 1 ; 1 1 II j a o o I 1 :; ; ii a 1 j 7 ii H A j 1 " 11 ' 2 ö o o I o ii n o! t 4 t P.ttw"n hn.i and 700 irnvcr. prinkled through thelshnw, p ed i loure Wuni'1!! wer g.i t her j p . Wlllanl Hums Ilcniivl. Willard faced Jack Hempe for the t two rounds and Jack Meinen steepoj th ;uon .Too i"hi;. the middleweight, boxed the fourth and fifth round. Heir-.e'-. the sixth and Walter Mona han T-.. s-en?h and eiuhth I leinen v;ts d:fpj e.l in the sixth round witn a 1 f: h 1 ml he-k to the chir. and was ho-ed m.: at Th- nos when he left shanks. st .a:; Alt. K. . 4 1 . 4 I . 2 O . .". o . u . 2 1 . .". 0 . a 11 . :: 0 11. II 1 1 o I 1 II o II 1 1. M 0 l o New York (100 020 -2 St. Imls d IKC ." Two-base hit llornsby. Three-base hit Stork. Home run Iioyle. Stolen base J. Smith. Sacrifice hits -Zimmerman. J. Smith. Saerlfb-,. fly Schultz. lioiible plays Stock. I.avan and Miller: llorns by. Stock and Miller. Left on bases .New York. "J; St. Louis. Ibises on ball irr sohnpp, oiT io.ik. a. int -orr Ib-nton. 5 !n 7 Inning. Struck out Ry Iioak. 2. I.ofdng pitcher Ibnton. Kr ror .schupp. on easily, 3 to 1. Poor ba&e run ning by the x'ifcitors kept the score down. Chicago was unable to do much to Pfetfer. Manager Mitchell said he had protested the game because of a de cision by Umpire Quigley. The locals rallied in the eighth inning, but it ended abruptly when the um pire calkd Pick out lor intciier tnce. Pick avoided Malone, who 1. elded Mann's grounder, but Olson, running in. forced Pick against Ma lone and interfered with Ins thiow to liit. Mitchell was ordered to the club house for protesting Quig ley's ruling. Score: CHICAGO. June 10. Khaki or ship yards blue is common color in a baseball uniform. There's no distinguishing between ?h man who went over and the on who stayed here. Joe Jackson probably took th se. verest panning of all tho nation's baseball men who went to the ship yards. In the heat of the war the White Sox outfielder was given a Vaughn hard Wednesday anil'""14" s-ivausi-ie. "uhts w no too up me p. tint ani p itiy in prer rrence to the pack and bayonet drew scathing farewell?. The soldier athlete was launded. It may have !en natural. Also it was natural thn: baseball took back its wanderers warmly whether they) camo from forcei marches or the' coast marshes. The soldier got a ' oa in nis nonor and nug ro quets. The ship yards worker drew silence until he began to deliver. In Chicago nevor a reference was! made to war records. The Cubs were,' X II HOOK LYN 'Mson, sfl Johnstou. rf .... Mjers. cf Z. Wh.-at, If Konetehy. lb ... Ma gee, eb Malone. "b S.hiuan.lt, 21 ... M. Wheat, c Krileger. C AH. H. 0 o Ö Ö 0 4 4 Totals CHICAGO l lack. rf Ph k. 2b ., Ma mi, If .. Merkle, lb Paskert. cf heal. :'.b . McCahe. s O" Pur re II. o ' Yi.ugliu. p Ut. 1 11 0 o o o o o U. 1 0 (I II (I o o o 0 II. o : u l 0 14 II. O. A. 2 1) 1 4 ii (1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 11 1 1 1 2 o 1 41 4 2 1 27 l.t O. A. (l 4 2 1 Totals 31 1 27 10 P.rooklvn 00 102 000 : Chicago 000 100 Hin 1 Two-base hits Myers. Konrtchy, Krue ger. Kla-k. Sacrifice hits Magee. Olson. Iioilble plays-Olson to Schmandt to Ko netchy. 2. Left ou bases -Hmoklyn. 11: (.'hb'iigo, (i. liases on balls Oft Vnughn. 1. Hit by pitcher -Hv Vaughn MUsoni. Struck out P.y Vnuglin. 2: by Pfeffer, 1. Krrors Olson, leul, McCnbe. REDS TROUNCE PHILLIES FOR ELEVENTH STRA IGHT CINCINNATI, O.. June 19. Cin tinnati won from Philadelphia Wednesday, 4 to 1, making the 11th consecutive defeat for the visiting club since couiing west, two weeks ago. Packard pbched well for five innings, but weakened and xvas hit hard toward the linish. Lller was strong throughout. Score: PHILADELPHIA All. P.. Whltte.I. 2b 4 1 Williams, cf :t 0 Meimel. If 4 o Cravatli, rf 4 o LialeruK. lb 4 0 Ibilril, .ii o Sicking, ss 2 0 Clark, c Ö Pucka rd. p 2 0 xxCa.lv 1 0 Totals 00 1 b' 23 lä Kopf out. hit by batted ball. xxllatted for Packard lti na : 1 V-4- v .-. - 1 e- f ? f t Ma 1 j BRAVES TRIMiPIRATES; BREAK WINNING. STREAK PiTnsm-nr;. jar.r : .. . .A;r winning, Fven jm:rh ct v-s p.:?. t'urg w.ns defrvi.,1 'r.r.,., jav a ?core of 6 to 5 in 11 mrars b in,f. ton. Thorrs hqnr run ir ?h nrth innmc twM the frorv for iv, visit ors, .ind hi satj-ifice r.y rrouht I'owell over with thje wnnrarac run in the 11th after thf) letter hid tn- proud of 'Alex" and 15:11 Killifrr. j Hut the Sox were just as proud of Joe Jackson, who from the start has! 5,; r V15t Kovi-, oeen ousting up nan games. joei is regarded as responsible for manv! a w in this year j on lne estate of Lord Cowdray Baseball has declared war at an 1 In I'ngland. succeeded in discover- American engineers, drilling for end. Its heroes are the men who pitch shutouts or put 'em over the fence with the bases loaded. mi:yi:ks wins. CHICAGO, .Tun? 10 Johnny Mey ers, middleweight wrestling cham pion, pinned Benny Reubens' shoul ders to the mat lure Tuesday nigb; in 2:0i:G0. Meyers v. as th ngg.-"so - and at all times broke Reubens' hold with ease. ing the first commercial oil well in England. The photograph shows Sir Kniest Moir. partner in the oil interests with Lord Cowdray. pled. A wild p'.tchjhx Copier in th" firt inninc pHfBoon to runs Fcore: ItOSTON AH r. H O MaranTl'.!. p ;, 1( - IIrz-g. 2bi 2 1 j 2 Powell, rf 1 w . . . S 1 Ttorpe. ir 1 J s 0 Hrlk. lb , e, n Hlprt. cf 1 n 0 Po.-Wel. ."t- 2 o o o 4 Tins'tT. r 4 0 ' - t , Itu'tolph. p , 4 o 1 n - Tetn! .Is 7 ; 1- PiTTsnni KG AH K It r x Pnrbnrp. r.h 5 n o ; Terry, m 1 2 1 . stenpl. rf s o a I-ee. cf 1 1 n Srufhwortb. If 4 1 t 4 n Cutpnaw. 2h 4 0 n 2 3 S.llfr. lb S n 2 0 Sbral-lt. ." l 1 4 n Cnopr. P 4 1 2 o 1 x Wurner t o n r p Carlson, p 0 o 0 a xxCaton n n a o 0 Tetn Is 40 .. 12 .V. 10 BOWLING GKKKN, O. Thieves stole a suit of clothes from Dr. I. IL Mercer but speedily returned it when Mercer published a notice that he had been wearing the cloth es waiting on patients with contagi ous diseases. ilUn f."r Cpr in 11th xxHanei for crUon 1:1 nt P.oston . .220 o.ir (oi ni PIttpburp eio im -,10 " Two-base hit's - Powell. Tr.- srsr, Terry. Southwortb. Three-bn 1t Hu dolph. Stngrt, Prwr'l II. mi e run Thorpe Stolon hämo-- Lee, Pof. Vol. ss rltbe hits Poo, kel. P.nrt.ire. SiTiflce fl!c Cutfbsw. '1 horjo I. .it ..n Itoston, :i; Pittsburg. P Pa. 0:1 balls OrT Kiidolpb. ,.!T Ci.opor. 2 lilts o.f Kudolph. 12 In 11 innlr.c: eft Co-rr, 1'. in 0 Innings: efT Carbon. 1 m 2 Innings. PORTLAND. Me. The "mystery lady." who asked Mayor Clarke to find her a hus' and. had .17 applica tions in oO hours. Read NEWS-TIMES for News II. 1 0 1 0 o o o o. 4 o 0 I 1 1 r 0 o It. 1 o 1 o 1 1 n o 0 II. 1 l 1 o 1 o 1 O. A. 2 1 0 o 2 0 4 l a 0 1 4 2 1 l 21 1:; n A. !l 0 1 1 .. 0 o 0 11 INDIANS BEAT YANKS; TIE FORFIRST PLACE NEW YORK. June 10 CU veland hit the ball hard lure Wednesday and defeated New York in tile fiivt game of the series by a score of 1.1 to ::. The victory enabled Cleveland to tie Chicago for first place. Clove land droe Thormahlen out of the box in the second inning. The New York pitcher lost his first game of the season alter winning six straight games. The Indians al.M hit Ru ssell j and Nelson, who succeeded Thor mahlen. Catcher O'Neill hit two doubles and two single in five tmus up. Score: CINCINNATI All. Kath. 2b 4 Ii.nil-ert. lh 4 P.irssler, If 4 Ki lish, rf 4 Ne.-ile, rf - Kopf. a smith. ' Karbbn. ". I lb r. p : Totals "i Philadelphia CiiirinnMl Two base hits Kopf. Lller. Tliree-base hit - Smith. Stolen base Haubert, Neale, Smith. Karblen. Williams, liouble plays Kopf to I laudiert: Sicking to Whltted to Ludern. . Left on bases Philadelphia, 4; Clm Iniciti. 7. Panes on balls Oft Pller. 2- otT Pa karl. Ö. Struck out Py Kller, 4: by Packard. 2. Krrors William. Lu deru's. Ilarbbn. 4 ti 27 s .omi on) (Mil 1 .(00 C 02x 4 Col. Sullivan Picks Dempsey o Totals 27 2 ." 27 7 Chicag,, ( N HI fM 0.V -O Washington Ola (ml mix- 2 Tw-base hits Milan. .Tmlce Three thir.l with tlie cha m-t ' i.se hit Jh.irrlty. Stob-n bases III- ierg. 1 'st.-r. s.u-rirtce hit l.. CUllns. Sacrifice fly-Milan. houble plays ;rov-r to .IcU-e; Lelboid. I Collins to Llsberg. Left on bases - Chr.ico. 7: Washingt-ui. t P.ises on balls OfT Ci.ott'. 1 Struck out P.y Cl-nrte. l.y sla. 4. l'rrors- Itlsberg. Shank, trover. li:vi:lanh - ; I Uraney. If ' hapman. ss Lunte, ss Speaker, f W,.o.. rf Smith, if 'lardner. Wa mbsg.insR. 2b . tohnton. lb !V.eiII, Haghy. p o 0 i o i a 1 o o 1 1 ( - i h ilb-Tiger u V ! would hi? lesumi- vr- is boxing healing KANSAS CITY WINS H-7. KANs.'.S CITY, Mo.. June 13. A lirst f.ght between John Ganzel, manager of the Kansas City team, and Bradley Kocher, catcher for the Louisville team, marred the final Total St. Louts 'H o. ... M '. p,, , st vi . "" ' "' !"o 2 Two-base hit Soh-:-.g l ..r- i. is. hi: - (iTi't-r. St.. .'ii b.iv.-s I b p" r 2. Ki:i!i. M' Inn!. S.i. r'.fb-e 1 .t S a'i..r..:i. S . t f Sa-rlfi e fjv - s;, hung. I.abb j '.a v -lJert"T b'b-on and Sir; Si-;, r. Aus tin: S.-cfT, Shon und M liir. Left n b'let( St I. 'Mill.. 1 ; . -toll. 15. IS,. , t h.dls off s.-ttcr-.n. 2: err .f.-tti es. Hit. Off .Tame. ." in 7 intunc Pa iront. 2 la 2 innings Hit l it h- - lt .1 ;i mes iMvrf. tr"-l. ott Itv S. f ui. 2: bT .time-. 2. P'i,t:..'.f I I. s.r g pit her J ii r.-.es. Lrr-Ts ib-rl.-r. M.ivr. fth rr 2 permit him to en-i1"1'' ot tn series nere u eclnesaay MlIAVAl KLi: WINs it).?.. MlLWACKi:!:. Jur.e l.c K.cht hits bunched off Leitx ('. rge ;n the sixth inning ga- Milw .4;;k -e seven run and a 1" to ". x x t r y o . r Co lumbus in th- l.i-f u;i-' of Th.- t i- Wedr.esdav Ad-m wa s t . i y all the way except in The . :..; An dersor batting feitute.l Score: Columbus . . . ojO " i o e..... . z s 3 Milwaukee . f'2' ir; hMr-lv Batteries George. Shermin anl Warner; Williams and Hahn. Try NEWS-TIMES Want Ads u i:e worK. Pempsey a I - j Si: c.d. i v. Tl.e CUt o ef ra pid -y r. ,; xvil g.i L' ' -o )- .s , iur.ü-ated road work from ! ,n th" .vrnth inning Kocher was his d uly gr.nd He shadow boxed 'Jpot'd from the game by Umpire :unl ! i!H h.-d the bag for the editi.-a- Mrray. As Kocher passed Man ti.ui ..f a lug . row.l which continues :'r Ganzel. coaching off first, they t vu.; t),.. rh ai....,.,,-. , ,mn ,..k..o, i mivod and several blows were ex- . r he boxes or not. changed. Pres t Thomas J. Mickey witnessed the raelee from the grand stand. Successive single by Miller. Cochran and Good gave Kansas City the winning run in the tenth. Score: Louisville, onl r,00 200 0 7 13 2 Kan. City . . 1V 0"0 010 1 15 4 Tincup. Stewart and Kocher, Mey er; Allen. Johnson. Schackleford. Graham and LaLonge. ST. PAUL WINS 0-1. ST. I 'AUL. Minn.. June I? Hard ami timely hitting by St. Paul won .in easy victory over I nI i.a na pol is We !r. -.'.ay to I. Morritt was bat ted out n the t'.rst and Crum in the thu d Niehaus there ifter held the is. tors '..riti: th" ninth when he let up anil two errors bt in two runs. Score : Indianapolis . . 2o '''".i C02 4 11 1 St. Paul 00.'. 201 12 i 12 Z Batteries Cram. Steele and Leary; Mcrritt. Nie ha us and Hargrave. YALi: WINS SU.HIUS. CAMI.RIDGi:. Mass. June 1?. Yab- h.ttted out a 1 to s iofory over Harvard m a ninth inning rally Wednesday i-nd won Ihe annual Ä. 1" j s. Alt. ! I . . i . 4 n. ii. a. o l a 1 o 0 II o a II 1. 1 II (I o II 1 1 II 4 1 I 1 i s II Totals ni:w VOLK Vi. k. rf I'ei klnp.oigh. si Maker, .".'a Lewis. If Pipp. 11. Pratt. 2'. Ib'.lle. rf Hannah, e . . . . xWbklm.l ... Kliel. c Th-.rmahlen. p KukkhII. p xxopoul Nels.ui. p Moraw. p . . . xxWard rllalas Total ..V, 1.-. 10 27 Alt. It. 11. o 4 4 4 4 :: 4 4 T l o o 1 0 o l 1 .-.it 1 l l o II () 0 e it (l 0 o 0 0 a o a 1 a 1 1 T I o o 0 o 1 1 n o o 0 1 1 11 1 4 o 1 0 0 o 0 o n o o 1 1 12 A. 1 4 1 II PUSTHOYKRS WIN. The Destroyer juniors defeated the Sa ho All Stars on the Destroyer grounds Wednesday afternoon by a score of 5 to 3. The batteries for the Destroyers were Gay and Tsohi.ia; for the Saho All Stars. Ixit tie and Anderson. Strantz made a home run. KulJenherg umpired Try MEWS-TIMES Want Ads xltatt-d for linnnah in 7f!;. xxPattPd f.r Unssel! in 7th. xxxb.itted f r M'SJra in ath. xK.nrted for Vi k In f'th. Cleveland 2'H npa i .vt 1 New York mm 2 oio : Two-bre hits Speaker, O'Neill 2. Kus ell. Gardner. Three-bas hit vick. stolen bases Johnston. Speaker. Wambs g.insji. O'Neill. Snf-r'.ficf hit Ch.ipnnn. Johnston, Smith. Sacrifice flies Lunte, Johnston. Pipp. Double pl.iys-Prntt-PecklnpaughPipp : ick - Pratt - Peokin paugh; Lunte - Wambsg.tiis - Johnston. Left on baej New York. 7: Cleveland. M Pases on balls off Torinahlen. .t: orT Russell. 4; off ..-Ison. 1. Hifs-O.7 Thorir.Hhlen. 4 in 1 l-.t inning: off Rus sell. in .V2-.1 Innings: efT Nelson. In 1 Innlrg; efT M.Uraw. no la 1 Inning, lilt by pitcher by Kesselt iChipmiai. Struck ye.t Itr Itacbr. : by Rtusell. 2. Losing pitcher Taormahlen. Krrors (iardner, Wainhskanss. Hannah. Ituel. "It looks to me as if Dempsey was sure to cop that fight." said Col. Joe Sullivan, prominent local authority on the manly art, Wednesday night, in expressing his opinion of the com ing championship brittle. "Dempsey has a lot of advantages that are being overlooked by local fans." ho continued. "In the first place, he is a young man who loves :he game, and he packs a wallop in Uither hand that xvill sting the big moose when he connects with him. Willard will realize after he has gone .Aii.,1., -f rnorols with him. that ; j he is up against the toughest propo-l 's!tion that he ever trrkled. n "And then Dempsey Is a comer ojw hi'o Willard has seen his best day 2 ,'and is going over the same route jlh.it r.ll th other old timers are o I forced to take. l ".Pi-it look what Dempsey did to J, Fulton last fall, knocked him cold in one round Tom Sharkey was 40 pound lighter than Jeffries when they foucht in Coney Island, hut there are "t- of fellows who think that Sharkey Fhould have been gixen the decision. "I am going down to Toledo with the locr.l crowd, and my money will be bet on Dempsey to win. It looks to r.ie as if he ought to knock Wil lard cut." 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