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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
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BARNES IS OPEN
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ATHLETICS WIN GAME .
BY OPPORTUNE HITTING
WASHINGTON, July 2 J'hila--'.
dphia w n an r.citir 1 1 -Inning.
-:.'!; firix Wavhinyton Friday. 1
J. Tii bice!.1 rriiiu from behind ami
ti..i up by opportun- ; i it 1 1 n . : in
MURPHY HORSE IS
II TROT
FLACK'S LONE RUN IN
FIRST WIN FOR CUBS
WNN
Sunset Club Man is Never!
Overhauled From the
First Day.
CTnVHLAND. O.. July 2fi.
V,t7mc th world's rh irnpionship,
Jarrei Barnes, Sunyct Hill club, St.
Ixuisj, FrW'y won the urstrn open
iC-lf rbampionshi" from ln3 biI
Inq golfers of America n(r the f,,-2-50
yard links of the Mayfield
'ounlry club UadinK Io Iiirl nf
Detroit by three utrokes and J'k
Hutchinson of Chicago, y fo ir.
I'arn also earned th !Stinetbn
of boin?r the only ono to win th"
title three times. iL- won in 151-1
at the Intorlachn club, Minneap
olis, and in 1917, at th Westmore
land club. hirKo, when- h .et
th lowest srere recorded fr 7 2
ho!." medal play. hV hebl th titl"
ov r 1318 on account f f the war.
In addition to the three leaders.
Fred Mcleod of Washinjrton and
Otto IlBrJtb.irth of Cincinnati, with
S each. Lob McDonahl of Chicaco.
with 291, Walter Unpen of Detroit,
national champion. and Harry
Hampton of Ulchrrmnd. V.l., with
252 each, and Willie Kidd of St.
Ixuis. with 255 also finished in the
money while George Sarget of Min
nen polis, Kmmett French of York.
7'a., and Tom TJoyd of Fix Hills, X.
Y-. tied for tnth place.
Lames led from th" start. f.cor
ln a record of 69, one under par
for the- heavily trapped course on
Wednesday. He took par 7 0 for
the second round on Thursday, lead
ing the field by four strokes.
Triday mornintr he went out in
35. one under par. but got tangled
on the second line for ."S, making
his total 212 for .'4 hobs. Dieqel
with a 65 Friday morning came
within two strokes of overhauling
the champion, but with a 71 Friday
nfternoon. Fames added one to his
bad a Diegel took 72.
Among thoo who withdrew be
fore the final round Friday was A.
I Meyering of South Fend.
Score of thoFo who finished with
th final round and grand total, In
ch ded:
.1. K. Blakeske. Elkhart. 7 5, CIO;
"Walter Nelson, Indianapolis, SO,
217; Ray Robertson, Lafavett, SI,
215.
TIGERS WIN GAME BY
SLAUGHTERING INDIANS
CLrrVHUVNT). July 26. Detroit
hit Cleveland' pitchers hard and
hid no trouble In making it two
straight. Vinning by a score of 11
to 5. Cleveland was able to bunch
has off Pausa in only three innings.
Manager SieaKer Injured Tils left
ltg in makinx a sensational diving
latch of a hle by Cobb in tho
eighth inning and was forced to re
tire. Scre:
dktkoit AR. R. II. O. A.
Kush, .s C 2 2 4 4
Young, 2b ,...4 I 1 O
CoM. of 0 12 4 0
Vea.-n. If ; 5 2 2 .1 0
Hellmann, lb 2 3 in 0
SI, orten, rf 2 0 2 3 0
Jones. 3b 4 12 0 3
Aln.smlrb, c 4 110 0
Daufs, p 5 110 3
the eighth urii ninth inning
v. ei .ff. ated in the 1 Itii
1.
Walkoj-'j. doli!'
Perkins" single
when
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two llllic.
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Trot and the $2,000 ,
Purse Fast Time.
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xxl'.atted for ; i '. 1 in lltli.
xxxlt.tn fi-r folmt-on in li;h.
rhil .fVlpliia 1 i 120 02-r.
W:i:diu'fon ob 021 ooi
Tv.ii lnv Iii:-- S'nuik, Ki". Y:ilkT.
Tlir ' l-a- hits -- Thomas. I'i inl li.
P.iirns. fo!-!! li.-ir Kopp. Sai-rt-fWc
MM Murphy. .Mianks. Strunk. Fo
t.T. l.tft on I.'Jdla.lclpld.i. 4:
WashlnL'toti. i. r.iifes ti ballM Off
i:rikr..n. 2; off 1'errr, 1. Hits otT
Kri. kson, ". in h Inning: o(T ;i 1 1. .1 In .1
ir.ninc". Strink oiit I!y IVrry. 1: by
Krirks'in, .; ly iill, 2. boftn? pit' hrr--
III. Errors Tliomas, Ki-, Shanks.
Meuof ky.
SEVEN STRAIGHT
INS
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Toney Holds Braves' to Four
Hits Chase Smashes
Another Homer.
NKW YOFK. July 26. The
(tiants won the-ir seventh straight
r'ame here Friday, defeating Fom
ton, S to 0. Toney held the Braves
to four mattered hits. Rudolph
?Ao pitched well, but the Giant
bunched hits with Boston errors.
C'haso hit his third home run in tht
four games. Score:
15 OST ON AÜ
r.ceckel. :tb 4
JIr7.op. 2b ...
I'uuell, If ....
Smith, cf ....
Holke. It) ....
CrulM'. rf
Ma ran vi lie,
t Jowily. c . . . .
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Smith, rf
(miner. T.b
W:imb8i?aii', 2b
Johnston, lb .......
O Netll. c
Tnotnag, c .............
Janper. p
r h 1 . i i 1 s , p ...
Fhle. p
xJamtfoa .............
jxbvans ....
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11 27 15
Total T 7 3
xliattVd 'for i'Mliips'in 7th.
xKm for O'.Nclli in 7ta.
xixHattei for Lhle In Wh.
Petrett 010 4 42011
Cl'TfUnd l(.) 002 oj ."
Two-base hits Alma:lt!i. lleilmann.
Shorten, i'ohh. Vouch. Hush. Speaker.
V a ran 9 car: ss. Three-base hit- Hush.
Ve.ich. Chapman. Hoint ruu Suiitii.
Sr.erlflre hit Young, Shorten 2. I'u-h.
Double p! V Younir. Hush and 1 1 1 1 -mann.
I.ft cd base IVtroit. la; Cb-ve-IsD'i.
7. Hasen on balls Off lau;. 2; orT
Jnper. :i; off rhillii , 1; ..ff l hle. 2.
llltf OIT Jaspr. 1 tn fi inuincs. none
out In 7th; off Pfcililp. 2 tn 1 tnütur: off
I hie. 4 in 2 inntu-;H. Stru. k ut-by l'hll-Up-;,
1: bv 11.1.'. 1. I r i n pip r J as
per. Krror sxilth.
MOBLO H. WINS YACHT
RACE FOR LIPTON CUP
Total 2! 0 4 24 1.'
Ni:V YOKK Alt. K..II. O.A.
Hums. If 4O120
You 11 ir, rf : 0 1
ITef her. s; 4 1 1 :t o
Dovb', 2 1 1 1
p.air.l. 2b 10 10 2
Kauff. f 1 -
Zimiu rniau, .".b 4 -1 10 3
Chase. It 2 1 1 12 1
McCarthy, c :t o O 4 1
Toney, 1 3 0 1 0 4
Total "O s -7 Is
Horton MH( 0
New York M0 010 31x n'
Two-base bit -Ioyle. IK. m run Cbase
Stolen bases -Cruise. Kauff. r.aird. Sae
rifiee bits Powell. Chase. Double play
Jowtly and P.e kel. I.eft ou bass New
York.".": Ptn. .". Hases on balls Off
Tone'v. 2: off Kudolph. 2. Stru.k out
Hv 'foney. 4: by Kudolph. 4. I'.rrors
Ih-rzo, Marunvdle, Irowdy, Kudolph.
lovle.
GRIFFITH'S HOMER IN
FIRST COULD WIN GAME
PHILADELPHIA. July 2.
Griffith's hü.n run, scormp John
ston ahead of him in the lirst ir.
niiit. proved sufficient for Brook
lyn to defeat Philadelphia Friday
the final rore belnp: 5 o 0. Pfeffer
hold the Phillies afb throughout
l'.llOOKI.YX-
(MS'M). ss
John-ton. 2b
Griffith, rf
.. Wheat. If
Mj ers. if -
Kolietehv. 10
Kilde.il.
M Wheat, c
Pf. ft er, l
TofiU
pi!ii..ur:i.p
IV liier 'ft . ss
111. k t II I He. "l
WilU.ui.s. f ..
Mens.!, rf
I.inbTiis. II
WJ-.itted, If ...
Siekiii. 2l ...
Adam. '
1 loirs. P
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ci.r:v!:iNi). o, .Tuiy
Commodore YV. )l. I IiinUnpton's
fck.op Mob!o H. winch unwind last
vstcn!,iy, xan 11k- eoor.J k- of
th class i nir-s fi-r tiio -ir Thmas
Lipton cap oft I!oky Hivr tola'.
Tho Yank. t To!o!.- entr'. finished
K.cnd. The uinm-r's tine wa.s 2
. t . 1 1 r t n 1 1 in T ..c r. ri . 1 " t . . r . 1
HWL J. ....... . . ...I... . V U ill.?.
The Äloblo 11 lost .. Kfxoi p.irt of J
Iier lead -when her sipp. r koi out
rf the (Our? at the two-nile stike.
feanwhile. the Yark fr.'ir.e.l cor.-i-;erabl
on her and in ished 2t
iiM-ond:-. b'b.ir:i.
'nlv 10 min.'te? n-id 1." tsee;.ndo
separated the 'Ainr.r .M'! the Cla
rice, in la-M place, the Fu.n rlnlsb.
ir. third and tb- Ps mrpi d fourth
'i:l. the exception of the Yank, all
üre Clerelan! yachts.
The i ace f- r the l2-rni:?
course, three nüfi it and i ,ck
t'n- around, xvith a fair r..,rth '
X. ind.
1
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ard,
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2il to2o--
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b.lt -Iaut'Ttis Home run
The penKiii'ii "f th' Antarctic r"
cion arc th m. b.uiv.m of ail the
t.'.rd f.inul. w.ilkr-.K upright ;nl
Kvinc in cr.n".niuritl( uite im-
f raid of ir.au.
Totil ...
P.rokl vii .
PMl'i.'adphl i
r.riff.th S a. rifle, hit KtMuff. IouMe
p-,r :..n Johnston ana rvii'ii
It ft on bases-Krooklyn. 4: Philadelphia.
,; l!;,.,-. ..ii l.-ilU-off lloirir. 1: off Pfef
P r 1 Hit- -off Ho-jr. in 1 I iinuncs.
rV P o kar l. t in iunliik-s stru";
y.y Packard. 1; t'.v Pfeffer. 2. I.ch
i it r tret.er Iloirs.
ST. P.M I. WINS 7-0.
T OLK HO. O.. Julv Z. Merritt
l.-dd Toleilo to ?ern scattered hit
Fri.iay and St. Paul won the tinal
Came "of the s.ries 7 to 0, Rivin-r the
U:iiwe leaders three out of five
panics. Kcrtiison. who was knocked
o it of the box Thursday in the third
irnir.i-', was snt back Friday. He
was -rr.Vie. walkinu seven men.
four of then in the ninth innmc. A
doi.Me heaaer will be olayed Satur
;av with Milwaukee. Scoie:
s:.. lau! l'0 100 113 7 11 C
!,.!(,, cr" oi AiO 0 7 1
Merritt and McMenmy; FergJ
ton and Murphy.
Try NEWS-TIMES Want Ads.:
TOLKDO, o.. July 2. The final
day of the Toledo crand circi.it
!ii''ui!'? here f.ay w.iy featured
by fast time and hotly contested
v'-vit's, two of them oin into ex
ti.' ?io:it.s fr a decision. Tommy
Mi:rphy, tv Pou-rhWeepsie liier,
on tbf 2:1." trot with b'e.icsta in
straight hTts and the Fort Meies
;'J.t'i stake in the 2:12 race with
Lirect C Burnett, but four heats
'.v.'i " rp-try in hoth the 2:0
pace and 2:1'' trot, which vcio
ve;i by Mc.Maho.j .vith Belle Al
(;:nt'iid, and Hyde ..Ith Joseph.
'Juy. t espec tivc'y.
The first two hi als in the ::0 4
pare went in the time of 2:024.
The taco was bet veen Belle Alcan
tara and Lizie March, the letter
l.nvhirr lirst in the opening heat.
Murphy's two ietories today
made it : double win with both
horses here this week. Most of th
horses ware shipped tonight to Co
lumbus. Sun), aries:
2:15 Trot. Thr IIVhU. I'ure f 1.0O0.
Kenefa. Mk in., bv San Fran ineo
Murphy i . 1 1 1
Koxanna Moore. I. in., bv Oratorio
Mira vi . J 4 2 2
Peter Colet, b. h., bv Peter the
(Jreat (Yalentiuei 2 :?
Aliicor, I. jr.. ly Aleor I Meyers . .1 11 3
Cliarll I'.enn. b. g., bv Kva'l Penn
Kerry .1 in 10
Mamie Locke, Kin? Waffs. Ihity Itnuul.
Or. Plmore. (Jreat Nlrlit and A I vender
also started.
Time 2:0'U. 2:0ii. 2;07'i.
2:4 I4-e, Four Heatn. Pur ÜI.000.
Kelle Alcantara, b. in., by Sir
Alcantara (MeMahoni 2 1 2 1
Lizzie Mareh. eh. in., by Priiee
March ( Lnwrenet ;1 . .'I 4 2
S.iith Ibu.l (Jirl. br. tn.. by
ireat Heart (Sturgeon! 2 1 .1
Karon t'han. b. h., by Karon
Säle I Wd'll W'ooil r ?, ." ?, r
Karon Wo. blk p., by Karon
tlnle iVah ntlnei 4 5 ro
Time 2.irjVi. 2:02'4. 2:01. 2:u,4.
The Fori Mrlg 2:12 Pair. Three Heat.
Make S.OOO.
Direct C. Kurnett, b. p.. by Iireet
Hal i Murphy 1 1 1
Wocxlfeitoh. p. h., I.v Pan Path
l.oo!ulst 2 2 2
I.'va Abbev. h. in., bv Tli Abbe
iPalln ' I 7 .t :
Jray Hal, b. sr.. by Hal K (Owen..'! Ö a
harvester, br. h., by The Harves
ter i Fit inlnc -i V 4
Welliueton Iirct. Kam-.-y Kell. ;dd
Qiinrtr. ttrattan Itejrent. Hiehlantl I.i.ssle
und Kattil-en tlale also started.
Time 2:04i. 2:02:tt. :(4 U -Trot.
Tbre lliHit. Pur.e
Joseph iuy. h. c, by Jny Ax
worthy Hyde 7 2 1 1
Prim e Hal. b. jr . by Harvester
Prlnee Valentine 2 1 4 2
Sillek, 1. K.. t'.v Silike (iray..:; Ö 2 ro
Tommy IMrei tum, b. p.. by IM-
rettr.Ke McPonabh 5 3 .1 ro
I.eo. br. in., by Tddini;ton
(Shank 4 ; C, ro
Turkey Tnd and Urittoa Forbes als
started.
Time 2:0?, 2:00;, 2:0s'i. 2:ls.
REDS TAKE ONE-SIDED
GAME FROM PITTSBURG
I!v Assoeinted I'ress:
PITTSBURG, July 2,. Kffective
pitehintr by Filer and sensations I
laddintr by his teammates save Cin
cinnati a 4 o 0 victory over Pitts
burg Friday. Filer retited nine
men on strikeotits, pave "he hom1
team only four scattered hits and
uns steady in the pinches. The
tieldin-j of Nealt and Kousch fea
tured. Score:
CINCINNATI AK. It. II. O. A.
Kath. 2b 4 1 o 0 1
OnuWrt, lb . 0 2 10 0
tlroh. r.b 0. 1 o l
Konsb. f 1 0
Neale, If o 1 2 0
K-pf, ss 4 1 1 2
Kressl. r, rf 1 2 ' ä o
Wlnif . c 4 ft 0 12 1
Filer, p 3 1 3
Totals M 4 27 f
rrnsnnw ah. n. ii. o a.
Kigbee, i f 0 0 4 0
Mol I w if z. lb 3 0 0 S 0
xsaier l 0 0 o 0
S..uthworth. If 4 0 1 :t 0
Steneel. rf 0 1 1
Cutshaw, 21 4 0 0 2 2
barbare. .lb 3 0 O 4 1
Terrv. s -t 0 1 2
S. hnibit. c 1 ;5 1
Adams, p 2 111
Totals O 4 27 7
x Kited for Mollwltz. in tih.
(Mm innatl 010 020 "01 4
IMttsbur' 0
Two base bits Ibiubert 2. Kopf. Home
riin Kressler. 'tolen base ltoimh. Sac
rlfi.e hit- tiroh. P.uible pi.iy Karbare
end Cutshaw. Lid: n base. Clmlnnatl.
4 : Pittsburg. 5. Knses on balls- Off F.l
r 2- 'ff Ailams. 1. S ruk out Ky Kl
ler! by Adams, Lrror-Kopf.
MiNi:.roLis WINS 7-fl.
COLCMP.rS. O.. July 2H Min
neapolis took Friday's game 7 to 6.
after Columbus had a 6 to 1 lead.
Shovlin's error of omission inthe
eiubth inninp Rave the winners a
cnarce that they Krisped for four
runs Schauers sirgle off Oeorpe
with bases mull and two out in the
rlr.th sent in what was needed to
wi',. Yale Sloan made his Ameri
can association start with four hit
in five times up. Shovliti made the
samt batting record. Score:
Minneapolis ..000 CIO 420 7 ? 1
Columbus 023 001 000 6 14 0
Shellenhach and Ownes. Henry:
l-amboth. Horstman. C.eorpe and
Wagner.
I
OVFKLANDS PITYING AT
j. i). oLivinrs srDAY.
The Overland baseball team, one
of the fastest in the city, will meet
the Royal Giants Sunday at J. I.
Oliver's field. The Overland crer
has now won seven straight pames
inchidmis sme of the best teams tn
the city, and feel certain of a victory
over the Loyal crew. The batteries
for the Overland will be Olsen and
Teach. Olsen, whojc finder Is still
in splints from last Sunday's pame,
nhere he brok them, may not be In
repular shape, and may render a big
lose for th Overlanda.
ST. LOUIS. July 2. St. Ixuiis
?ot only t-o hits off Vaupnn and
lost to Chic?o Fnday. 1 to 0.
Fiak. irst man up for the Cubs,
scared th onl run of the pame.
He j-in-zled. took second on a pa-s
to Hollocher, was .ife at third
whn Milier's throw on Male's
I'linl w;.s too Jatt. and talliel a hen
Mai'ee and Merkle were beinp dou
bled. iS-core:
CHICAGt
Fla k. rf
Hnllocber. ks ,
Mace.., ft
Merkle. Pi
Pb k. 2b
Peal, .lb
Mann, if
Klllefer, e ,
Yr.iigbn. p ,
Totals
ST. LOITS
Smith, rf
Palr.l. rf
IIathete, f ,
Stock. 2b
Hornnliv, .lb ,
MeiliMtrr, If
fniniu. c
v:iim p
Ia: a vn. n ,
Po.nX. p
xSehüUz
Tiiero, p ,
AH. 11. H. O A
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. .1 0
. 2
2 ." 0
1 4 1
0 2
1 h 0
i 2 r
0' 2 1
O 0 0
o ;
o , ( -
League Standings
N TIOX.I. LK VtifK.
Won. Lost. Pet.
New V.rk M ..
Ciii-iiiiiatl ,...."1 27 .'."4
Cliii a'o 4" "."
I ittsb'ire 40 ;;:i .."V..
Kroklyn .",. .."o
Kosfon 2s 47 ."7-
St L -uls 2. 4. ..".72
Phiia.bdphla 2.' 4'. ..'-"
AMKKirAX I.KAt.lK.
Won I....st. P. t.
4'l.i. ap .V 2". .ti"i
Co-teland 4 .071
Detroit 47 .". ..-.r.d
New York 4" ."ai
st K'-uis 4:. ::s ..vti
K'.Rt-n ...:; 4"i .4 44
Wasliinetoii ::." ; .417
Phibidelptiia P.l .2:
A l Kit I CAN
1
Alt. lt. II. o. A.
f I'nil
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Ii dlannpoiis
-Kculsville ..
Columbus ..
Kansas City
Mlnnea polls
Milwaukee .
Toledo
ASSOC I AT ION
Won. T"sL
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. 4
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0
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100
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Totals '2s 0
xKntted for Doak in Mb.
Chh-ap. ion 000 000 1
St. I.011 is CM) (00 000--0
Stolen base- - Hollo her. Sacrifiee hit
Mauee. Double plava Sto'k, I. a van and
Miller; Killef.-r and Hollo, her. Left on
bauen Chleapo. ."; St. Luls. 4. Kanes on
ball,, off Yoiijchn. 3: off Doik. 2 Hits
Off Doak. " In s Innlnps. Stru k out
Ky Vauchn. ."; by Dak. 3. Lonlni: pitch
er DoaK. Frrors Hobxher. Ilornsby.
TIMELY HITTIN
EFEATS BROWNS
White Sox Take Second Game
From St. Louis Browns
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YtT ER DAY'S KKM KTS.
National Igur.
ineinnatl. 4; Pittsbnrp. 0.
K'ston. 0; New York,
Krooklyn. 3: Philadelphia. 0.
hl apo. 1 : St. Louis. O.
Ameriean league.
St. Louis. 4: Chicaco. 6.
Detroit, 11; Cleveland. .V
Philadelphia, 6;- Washinpt on, 4
li.ninps. )
New York, ; Koyton. S.
Amerl-an Association.
Minneapolis. 7: Columbus, J.
St. Paul. 7; T'le,o. O.
Milwaukee. Indianapolis. 9.
Kansas City, 4; Louisville, 3.
1 Three-Eve Laciie.
Terre Haute. 0: Kvansvllle. 2.
Kb rrninpfon. 7: Peoria. .
Mahne, j; Ko:kfrd, 7.
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C.AMES TODAY.
National League.
xKoton at New York.
Krooklyn at Philadelphia,
'ineinnatl at Plttsburp.
Cldeapo af Sf. Louis.
Ainerl.-Hn League.
St. Loui$ jit Chiapo.
Detroit at Clendand.
Philadelphia at Washington.
New York at I'osfon.
CHICACO. July 26.-Chicago hit
opportunely apainst ihe looje pitch
ing of Davenport and Gallia and
made it two -traUht from St. Louis. 1
to 4. Friday. Pitcher Claude "W'iü-j
iat.is was hit on the. siue of th1 j
head by a drive olf Scereids bat in
tc second lnrin,' and had to re
tire fio.n the panic. Score:
ST. KOFIS - AK. K. H. o. A.
Kronkle, :tb 4
t;eibon. 2b 2
.Knob-on, If ä
Sisler. lb 4
K. Williams, ef 4
Smith, rf 3
Orber, si 4
S verebl. r ."t
Davenport, p 4
tJallla. p t
Sothoron, p 0
ixm.xwroLis wixs n-".
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. July 26.
Indianapolis took th final prame of
the series wi'h Milwaukee Friday
9 to 5, pivinp the locals four out of
five pames. Score:
Milwaukee ...310100000 S R 1
Indianapolis . . 200 205 oo 9 13 2
Faeth. Enzraann. Hansen and
Huhn; Poppe. Ca vet and Gossett.
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trigger of smartness.
They come in cool Oxford grays, soft
browns, dark greens and blues suits that are
not only cool to wear, but cool to look upon.
Former prices ranged from $25 to $45 and
up. But we've placed them all in three groups
for quick clearance.
$19.50 $27.50 $37.50
Better Get Yours Now
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ROTHERS
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Every Furnishing Seed Everything Guaranteed
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Totals
CHICAGO
Klebobl. rf . ..
K. Collins. 2b
Weaver, Bs ...
Ja küon, if . .
Keltuh. f
Klsberp. lb ..
MeMulIin. 3b
S balk, c
C. Williams, p
Kerr, p
O
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0
0
0
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0
1
0 I 7
.12 0
3 11 1
1 1 0 .
1 1 1
0 4 2
1 3 1
0 1 ."
0 o 0
o 0 0
LOUISVILLE.. Ky.. July 26.
Louisville's three run lead made in!
the tirt inninp whs overrode in an
uphill lifjht ly Kansas City, which
won 4 to 3. Hall was in trouble in
the Inst two innings, but prevented
a run. The club broke even on the
four pame series. Score:
Kansas City .012 010 000 4 $ 2
Louisville .....00 O00 000 3 7 1
Hall nnd Monroe; Tincup and
Kocher.
SAMl, SPIRO & CO.
119-121 S. Michigan SL
Iffttno of
H. S. & M. Clothes
Advertisers make profits from
volume not , prices.
Bring Your Produce
to South Bend and
Get a Square Deal
in Price and in
Trade
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0
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0
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11
3
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Totals 2s h 2
sr. I..... Is Oil 020 xm
Chicago X2 KM) 03x
Two-base hits Severebl. Weaver. Me
MulIin, Plsberp. Three-base hit Kerr.
Home run K. Williams. Stolen baje
Fels h. Saerlflee hits C,elon. Smith,
Sisler. Kerr. Sartfie fly - Klebold. Ibu
hle plav -McMullln to K. 'ollln to Uis
berp Keft on bases St. Kuls, 10; Chl
ehjri. Pises ontalls -OT C. Williams,
1; off Davenport. 4; off Kerr, 4: off (tab
IIa. 3. Ilita-Off C. Wllilams. 3 In 12-3
Innings; off Kerr. 7 In 7 1-3 innings; off
Oavenport. Ö In 7 tunings, none .ut in
''th intiins: off lallla. 1 in 1-3 Inning ;
off Sothoron. 1 In 2-3 iunin?. Hit by
pteher Iv Davenport iK. i'olllnsi.
Struek out-l'.v C. Willianu. 2: by Kerr,
4- by Davenport. 3. Winning pitcher
Kfrr. l.osinc pitcher allla. Krrors
McMuliu. Kerr 2.
.
4
5
4
3
4
0
0
(I
3
0
1
BOSTON TAKES ANOTHER
FROM NEW YORK. YANKS
liOSTON. July 2 6. Boston made
it two straight from New York Fri
day, winning S l b. Kuth out
j,.ithel all three of- the visitors'
hurlers in th pinches.. Russeil
pitched well until the fifth, when
Hoston made five runs, with Shore
linihini; that innin?. Vitt. Scham;
and Shannon hit timely. Sor:
KW YOKK AU. It. II O. A
Pe. kinpauch.
Plpp. lb
linker. 3b
Kewls. If
Pratt. 2b
H..lie, rf
Kewnfer, f
Hannah, c
Ulissell. p
Shre. p
.b-4iraw. p
xWard
Total
xltntte.l for MG raw
lb STON
Hooper, rf
Vitt. "I
Loth, rf
Uuth. P
Sehaim. e
(Jainer. lb
StaiiDt n. 2b
Scott,
La mar, .f
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1 2
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1 0
0
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Total 1 -7 14
New York da 021 OJi
itoston 2lt-H
Two-ba?e hlN Pratt. IV kinpauch.
Shannon. Three bae hit -Pecklnpatik'h.
Stolen baes Pratt, Shanfr. Sarrtfl
hits Pratt. Srott 2. Hoth. S i. rlfb e files
Plpp. Lamar. IWt en bases New ork.
V llonon. Pases on balls off P.us
sell 1- off Shore, 1; off McCiraw. 2; eft
Kuth. L Hit Off Russell, o In 4 lu
rine' off Shore. 1 In 1 inninu: ff Mc-
;ra . 4 In 3 lanlns. Hit by plt her
p.v M-siraw Shannon: by Huth Me
i;'raw i. Struek out Hy Kuseli. .3; by.
Shore. 1. Losing pitcher Ku"ll. Fr
ii r Pratt, Ilcth. S. ott.
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One flat top typewriter desk. Three
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