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THE PENS ACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1919.
L8 Rapid Transfer Co. We Haul Anything Any. where at Any Time. 19 East Garden Street . Phone 2331 Walter Carr, Manager JOURNAL'S PAGE OF SPORTS "ALL THE NEWS T HE RE'S PRINT TO FIT Baseball, Basketball, Tennis, Golf, Yachting, Boxing, Wrestling FAMOUS PLAYERS. ESS ' ' . i ia - - - i ! ! i ! i ! ' i BALL .r, is. i-ii- Before taking up the different curve talls it would be well for young pitchers to first get control of the .Vball. Control does not mean throw ing the ball over the exact center of the plate, but in working the "'Corners and in keeping the pill where you know the batter is weak. Don't try to strike every man out, but ; save the arm as much as possible. "Remember there are eight other play- , ers besides yourself. Work in har mony with your catcher and take his "Advice as to what to throw. He has - more opportunity to study the batter J.han you. Learn to field your posi- -tlon. A pitcher has many , chances to handle a batted ball during a game and bad fielding on the twirler's part ' Would be fatal. 1 FAST AND SLOW BALLS. - r To throw the fast ball grip the pill With the first two fingers on top and ."the thumb, underneath. Throw the ball with a swing of the shoulders and body as well as the arm. , k ' For the slow ball hold the pellet wit all four fingers and the thumb. Be sure to use the same motion for throw ing each ball whether curve or ..straight. Mix these two deliveries up with your curves as nothing will fool "the batter more , than a change of pace. THE INSHOOT. Keep the hand in an upright posi tion and grip the ball firmly with the first three fingers and the thumb. Deliver the ball over the tips of the fingers and with a lateral motion to make it revolve. This ball is thrown -With all the speed at your command. THE OUTCURVE. - Grip the ball with the first two fin gers of the hand and thumb. Turn i the hand downward. Let the ball pass between the thumb and the first fin ger with a turn of the wrist to give the rotary motion. ! THE DROP. i Grip the ball the Same as for the if :r- zc -,-.v x 5x , "V slow . BALL " ) UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION Director General of Railroads LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD SUMMER EXCURSION FARES , From Pensacola, Fla. Apalachicola, Fla. .. .....514.40 Atlantic Beach, Fla. 21.12 St. Augustine, Fla. ......... 22.04 Blue Ridge, Ga. ........ 23.88 Brunswick, Ga. ............. 20.64 Cornelia, Ga 22.56 Tallulah Falls. Ga. .... .. 23.80 Biltmore, N. C. 32.34 Flat Rock, N. C. 31.08 Murphy, N. C. .............. 37.26 Panama City, Fla. 11.82 Tickets on sale daily, .beginning May 15th (war tax extra). For further details apply ot Consolidated Ticket Office, San Carlos Hotel. Phone 47. ST" PIT CHING k M 1 h J- :.; f'irj -J i", :-.V.-. outcurve, with the first two fingers and the thumb; the back of the hand turned downward. Bring the arm up high and at the highest point of the swing, release the ball between the first finger and the thumb, pulling the arm back at the same time. Try to do this unconsciously. Do not jerk the arm too sudden y as this tends, in time, to destroy the arm. THE SP1TTER. Moisten one side of the ball with saliva and throw it so it leaves the tips of the fingers with the same arm motion you employ for the curves. Throw it overhand for the drop and side lrm for the outcurve. Greater jumps will result in both cases. Note to the captain Cut this out and give it to the pitcher on your team. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. SOUTHERN. At Atlanta, 5; Birmingham, 4. At Chattanooga, 5 ; Little Rock, 4. At Nashville, 3; Memphis, 6. Only three scheduled. NATIONAL. At Brooklyn, 2; New York, 3. , At Pittsburg, 3; Chicago, 2. Philadelphia-Boston, rain. Only three scheduled. AMERICAN. ' At New York, 4; Washington, 4; 15 innings, called account darkness. At Detroit, 4; Cleveland, 6. At Chicago, 4; St. Louis, 3. Boston-Philadelphia, rain. Rub-Mv-Tism is a powerful antiseptic; it kills the poison caused .from Infected cuts, cures old sores, tetter, etc. adv. , A Statesville, N. C .......535.16 Winston-Salem. N. C. ...... 37.26 Bristol. Tenii. 34.86 Johnson .City, Term . 33.54 Beaufort, S. C. 31.44 Maryville, Tenn. ............ 36.00 Monteagle, Tenn. 27.48 Sewanee, Tenn. 27.12 Tullahoma, Tenn 27.12 Norfolk. Va. 50.28 Staunton. Va. ............... 49.08 Ronceverte, W. Va. ....... r . 49.08 I t j i 1 J j u hi r t 1-s3s? F S g g S S g g Z. I g I S g S g s B S THE PENNANT RACE g SOUTHERN W. L. 5 6 . 6 9 7 10 10 10 Pet. .667 .625 .571 .500 .500 .444 .412 .286 New Orleans " ....10 ....10 Nashville Little Rock Birmingham Chattanooga Atlanta Mobile Memphis , . . ... 8 .... 9 ... 1 v ; S ... 7 ... 4 NATIONAL W. L. Cincinnati ....... ..11 4 Brooklyn ............. 8 4 New York ........... 8 4 Chicago .............. 9 6 Pittsburg ........ ....6 7 Philadelphia .......... 4 6 Boston . . .... . . . .... ..13 8 Pet. .733 .667 .667 .600 .462 .400 .200 .176 St. Louis 1 3 14 AMERICAN W. Chicago .....11 Boston . t 7 New York ............. 6 Cleveland ...... ........ 8 Washington ........ i. 6 Detroit ................. 5 St. Louis 4 Philadelphia ......... 3 L. 4 4 4 6 6 9 8 8 Pet. .733 .636 .600 .571 .500 .357 .333 .273 YANKS-SENATORS STAGE ANOTHER EXTRA FRAME TIE . New York, May ,12 The Yankees and the Washington A. 15 innings to a 4 to 4 the game being called darkness. This is the L. club played tie here today, on account of second extra- inning game between twod ays, neither team day in 12 innings. these teams in scoring yester- Rub-My-rism is a great pain killer. It relieves pain and sore ness caused by Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, etc. ad? v Vision is the of Nature Do not abuse that most won derful blessing. Take care of your eyes for they take care Dfyou.. W. C. QDBEFIrERJGDEnErEK JEWELER AND OPTICIAN The Home of Reliable Goods. 14 South Palafox Street. WILLIAM J. KILLEFER. "William J. TCil 'lefer, catcher, was born at Paw Paw, Mich., April 13, 1888. He is 5 feet, 9 -inches - tall, weighs 172 pounds, ' and , bats and throws right handed. He was first! heard "of at St. Edwards Col lege, in 1906, and KILUFER. thereafter for some seasons he chang ed teams rapidly, being with Kalama zoo and Jackson in 1907, Austin and" San Francisco in 1908, Houston, 1909; St. L.ouis, A. L.,' 1910; Buffalo, 1911; . On August. 12, 1911. he was sold to Philadelphia, N. L., for which club he played until sold to Chicago, N. L... Dec. 11, 1917, where he has since played. - - ' Killef er batted .233 and' fielded .982 in 104 games last year. k" .. " :- -. "t? s TIP TO SCORRS ;J g M K S 7? S w K Si M M 3? IS K & r Scoring baseball is ' a fascinating sidelight of the game and with a little practice according to a simple set Of rules, such as are found in any score book, it's easy enough to be worth whatever trouble the learning takes. The main thing in. scoring is to know when you. are right. Opinions differ on hits and errors, but once the game is over and the last square filled, do you know whether or not your score is right s Here is the way to find out: . Add the number of at bats, sacrifice hits, sacrifice flies, bases on balls and hit toy pitched balls of one team. They should equal the runs scored and men left on base by that team plus the number of men put out by their op ponents. ' Check the other team the same way and you'll discover the errors which otherwise are .bound to creep into a summary. GAMES TODAY. SOUTHERN. Birmingham at Atlanta. Little Rock at Mobile. Memphis at New Orleans. Nashville at Chattanooga. NATIONAL. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia. Cincinnati at Brooklyn. Chicago at New York. St. Louis at Boston, v AMERICAN. V No games scheduled, all teams mak ing long jumps. " . APPRENTICES ARE 2 TO 1 WINNERS OVER THE CARMEN The Machinist Apprentices of the L. & N. shops beat the Carmen 2 to 1 In a fast and interesting game at the East Hill playgrounds yesterday aft ernoon. This was the opening game of a three-game series, the second ; of which is to be played today and. the third tomorrow. ; In yesterday's game neither team scored until the fifth, when the Car men scored their only run. In the 3ixth frame the Apprentices hit Car roll freely and scored twice. This ended the run-getting for the day. The contest was featured by the playing of McGovern, of the Carmen, at third, and the hitting of Wentworth for the Apprentices. Score by innings , -; R. H. E. Apprentices 000 002 000 2 9 2 Carmen ....... ...000 010 0001 7 3 Batteries: For Apprentice Roys Eond and Everhart; for Carmen Car roll and Bird. Umpire: Mack Lewis. For a Weak Stomach. . As a general rule all you need to do is to adopt a diet suited to your age and occupation and to keep your bow els regular. When you feel that you have eaten too much and when con stipated, take one of Chamberlain's Tablets. Adv. PEAKE ELECTRIC COMPANY. The Home of Exide Battery v Service 30 S. Palafox. Phone 345. Greatest Gift K V; v 3 EE B ARBTTSS . Golden Virginia tobacco, blended with just a dash of Turkish, not merely "cured", not just "sugarcured", but mape-sugar cured II ST1 ' - - 13c f ( ; 2for25Ci ! iffl lf llf : .. Large Foil Package JJlJjf lfK ' HtljffKf rj uuararaeea vy Siii-itlii' " .. - i;":;!;!! i 'ii!' 'I'ifii , ' J.iji;'j'j LEGAL NOTICE. ICE AND LAUNDRY SERVICE, Marine Corns. Ouartrmjistsr' nnort. ment. Washington, D. C, May 1, 19i. bJWVLED PROPOSALS, in duplicate, will oe received in this offlctj until eleven a. m., June 2, 1919, and then be publicly opened for furnishing ice and laundry service during the fiscal year besrinnma July 1, 1919, at Portsmouth. N. H.. Boston, Mass., Hingham. Mass!. New- Port, R. I., New London. Conn.. Ion lfsland, N. Y., New York, N. Y., Lake uenmark. N. J., Annapolis, Md., Wash ington. D. C, Charleston, S. C, Pen sacola, Fla.. Kev West. Via. Now Or leans, La., San Diego, Cal., Mare Island, iai.,, San Francisco, . Cal., Bremerton Wash., and Guantanamo, Cuba. Pro posal blanks and other information may be obtained upon amplication to this office. Depot Quartermaster, M. C , 36 Annie Street. San Francisco. Cal . ana the Commandlrg Officer or Post Quarter master, Marine Barracks, at the stations named. In applyinsr sncclfv which fnrma are desired. This office reserves tne rigtit to reject any or all bids or parts thereor. and to waive informalities therein.. Bids from regular dealers only will be con sidered. C. L. McCawley, Brigadier Gen eral, Quartermaster. . . . The Service Cafeteria at the Navy Yard having closed April 1. all bills against the bervlce Cafeteria must be presented not later than June 1. MRS. CLARA B. TAYLOR, Treasurer. IN i ESCAMBIA . COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT, STATE OF FLORIDA In Chaneerv A. H. White vs. C. N. McClure, et al. ,?n Frlday the 30th day of May A. D. 1919 the defendant C. N. McClure is re quired to appear to the bill filed against him herein. Th,is- rder to be published once each week for eight consecutive weeks In the Pensacola Journal, a newspaper pub lished in said Escambia County. -. - . JAS MACGIBBON. . ! Clerk Circuit Court. . j Pensacola Fla., March 22nd 1919. Notice Is hereby given to creditors, ' .egatees, distributees, and all persons having claims or demands against the es tate or J. K. Kobel, deceased, to present tne samn tn tK .. 1 i :.r. ' , ... uuuviBtgiiBU WILIllIt LWO rTnti a 7 "rst publication of this au ioui, 14ll. . , A- C. KOBEL. Administrator. Apr. lo, 1919. oaw8w 2Zlce '",hereby Blven to creditors, legatees, distributees, and all persons having claims or demands against tne t?! f Mrs- J- A- Hyrne or Callie yrne. deceased, to present the same to the undersigned, within two 2) years Si?,"1 A.t K81 PDUcaUon of this notice, This 15th day of April, A. D. 1919. ,- ,J,A HYRNE. Administrator. Apr. lo, 1919, oawgw 'Lie: 3 (9J 1 .l.'.B.'C '! IS . ill .! V. '! i i 'llrili a Hii illt'i'; ill)!!! ........... Build a Home First ! Campaign Now On in Pensacola. Stearns Lumber Co. CAPT. BENNIE EDMUNDSON LAUNCHES TO RENT TELEPHONE 204 Trip to Gulf Beach Daily at 2:30 p. m. WHITE HICKORY" and "CONSOLIDATED" FARM WAGONS Consolidated Gro. Co. Metropolitan Cafe For Ladies and Gents. We Serve Quicker." 22 S. Palafox Street. Merchant's Lunch 35c up. Special Dinner 40c d Satisfactory M'MILLAN AUCTION CO. Moogs Old Stan a 327-29 South Pamf ox Sa. PHONE 374 REED'S "BETTER BReaj). For Sale by ALL FIRST CLASS STORES HEED'S SANITARY BAKERJ Palafox and Gregory Streets LA MODE T a-1S4 South Palafox Street Ladies Garments and Fine Millinery. THE BEST PLACE TO SHOP . AFTER ALL." DR. LIVINGSTONE THE SPECIALIST What I Say I'll Do, I Will Do. Second Floor, Masonic Temple, Pensacola. Notice to Ice Consumers Our wagons are equipped with seal. weight and report any discourtesy o driver to office. Phones 59 cr 259 SOUTHERN UTILITIES CO. Successor to PENSACOLA ICE C03IPAN1 The Bankm & Sayings Trust Company The WPTOwrv OAHH Gcrseral Banking OoJ7 livu Company ir We WE BUY AND -;ELL UCNDS Send Your Old fchoes 10 West End Shoe Ston For r-t rd Neatt Work ii R"'rs. 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