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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1919. JOURNAL'S PAGE OF SPORTS "ALL THE NEWS THE RE'S PRINT TO FIT Baseball, Basketball, Tennis, Golf, Yachting, Boxing, Wrestling SHIP YARD AND WHITMANS BATTLE EIGHT HARD INNINGS TO 3 TO 3 TIE "Cbouchy Farinas made hi bow before the Twilight . League fana at East Hill yesterday as a twlrler and pitched Earl Mayo of the Shipbuilders to a standstill In an exciting eight In ning affair, the game being called at the end of that frame account of dark ness, score 3 and 3. Farinas only al lowed three hits, one of them a smash ing , two bagger by Marston. which scored two of the Ship Yard counts, while Mayo gave up seven blngles. The teams were about evenly matched, and the fans were treated to a fine exhibi tion of baseball. . The Candy tiny, made one of their Wites in the first, one in the fourth and one in the sixth, one of the runs being .presented to them entirely on errors. Ti -Shlpyardom scored twice in the third, and another in the- sixth. Their two In the third were made on "a single, a ba on balls and the two base hit by Marston. Other stars with the stick wtre Wentworth of the Whitmans who got two hits out of three rips up, C. GMst with a nice two bagger scoring t.ie tying" .run, and J. Geist. In the f;e!d. 'Brown" on third for the Candy 'Kids, hrtridled some bad 'ones, while T.ouko also fielded well''-' The score: .' 'Whitmans: A.B. R. 11, P.O. A. E. Plnney, If ... Hernandez. 2b Urown, 3b ... "Wentworth. lb J. Geist. ss . . . C Geist. e ... Garlnas, p ... GouUl, rf Olsen, cf tfXSXSBB99B9BOBB8 8 n THE PENNANT RACE 9 Q Q k&BBBBS3BBQ8BBBB8 TWILIGHT. W. Knights r Y. M. C. A. 7 Whitmans 3 Woodmen .......... 2" Ship Yard 3 New Orleans i . . . Little Rock ..... Atlanta .......... Mobile Memphis ....... Birmingham Chat tanooga .... Nashville 4 ..... . Totals 3 0 1' 1 i 0 4 i 1 3 2 4 0 0 5 2 0 4 2 2 5 0 0 4 0 10 11 3 0 1 7 0 1 4 0 10 10 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 32 3 7 24 7 2 ..B. R. H. P.O. A. E. 3 2 0 4 1.0 4 0 1 3 3 0 4 0 0 2-3 0 3 0 0 4 1 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 '0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 2 1 2 0 10 11 3 118 1 0 Ship Yard: Roland, lb . . . . ; Marston. ss ..... Rouke, 3b . . . .. Caro, c, rf Herring, cf ... Cox. If ....... . Burch, rf , Rogers, 2b UMajo, p ....... Gates, lb ..... ,'. Score by innings: R. H. E. Whitmans .... 100 101 00 3 7. 2 fchlp Yard 002 001 00 3 3 2 Culled end eighth, darkness. The summary": Two-base hits C. Geist, Marston. JV Geist. Stolen bases v ''worth. Roland," J. Geist. Sacri fice hits Marston. Left on bases -4p Yard. 3; Whitman. 7. Bases on t alis Off Mayo. 1: off Farinas, 3. Hit by pitched ball By Mayo, Pinney. Struck out By" Mayo JS: by Farinas.. 7. t'mplres Carroll and Moody. Time 1.C5. . WOODMEN AND WHITMANS PLAY ; THIS EVENING The Woodmen of the World and the Whitmans are to furnish the sport at East Hill this evening. The Wood men have been playing winning ball lately, although they lost to the Ship yard last week by the score of 2 to 1. It is believed the Candy Makers 'will have a tough time landing tonights contest, especially since Matson's gang Is anxious to climb out of the cellar and aren't particular who they shove in. The game is called at six o'clock, with but 15 minutes grace." The following players are eligible: Woodmen Chamblee, Broughton. Pearce. Palmer, Moody, Klein, Rush low, Hannah. Madison, Ryan, Angelo. Graham, Baisden and Alee p. Whft mans: Eagin, E. Graham, Reilley. Ev erhart. EUis, Farinas, Penny, Gould, Bell. Wentworth, R. Brown. J. Olsen. C. Gelr, J. Geist. and Mac Lewis, manager. - SOUTHERN. W. . 54 . 51 . 53 . 44 . 43 . 42 40" . 39 Ia. 1 3 5 - 7 ' 36 . 39 41 47 " -51 49 53 Pet. .889 .700 .375 .250 .2:3 Pet. .003 .567 .559 .484 .457 .451 .444 .424 FAST MOBILE TEA VI TO PLAY CUSHNOCS AT MAXENT SATURDAY ... . ' NATIONAL. W. ' wt Pet. I New York 54 25 .6SS , Cincinnati 48 37 .567 Chicago..... 46 36 .561 : Brooklyn 40 42 .488 j Pittsburg 40 43 .483 Boston- 31 49 .386 St. Louis- 30 50 .375 Philadelphia 27 51 .346 AMERICAN. - , W. Chicago 55 Cleveland 48 Detroit 49 New York .......... 47 St Louis ............ 46 Boston ..."... y... 39 Washington ........ 37 Philadelphia. ........ 22 L. 32 . 37 37 37 39 46 52 63 Pet. .632 .567 .570 .570 .541 .459 .413 .254 PLAYER GORDON REINSTATED ON V , NEXT SATURDAY Player Earle Gordon of the Y. M. C. A.-team will be eligible to play in any game in the Twilight League after Saturday. August 2. according to a rul ing of the commission made last night. In Justice to Player Gordon, the com mission states that he was not sus pended because of rowdyism but be cause he did not understand that the league commission had authority to direct him to leave the playing field. Player Gordon has not been accused of rowdyism and -Js one of the cleanest ball players In the Twilight League. He was not In uniform, however, and failed to Immediately leave the field when asked to do so by Commissioner Villar. ' -' ' - The commission has, procured Frank Eagin and Mr. Rogers to umpire the games at East Hill and these men will take charge of today's game. Players and managers have been warned, that they may be benched or ordered out of the" park for any infractions of base ball rules or etiquette. ,.f INJURED PLAYERS ; RECEIVE PROCEES FROM BALL GAMES Players Scott and Colin Lewis, two Twilight League ball tossers who were injured early in the season - will re ceive checks from President and Treas urer Stubbins of the league today for $40. This represents collections taken at the Monday and Tuesday games, plus a sum set aside by the commis sion, from the league funds. The commission thanks the fans very heartily for their generosity In this particular case as well as their gen eral liberality- in providing the league with funds to carry on its work." It is believed that the good brand of base- ball provided at East Hill has pleased J the patrons and the commissioners, 'managers and players are going to do their best to keep up the good work. The McGowin-Lyon Hardware) Co. team from Mobile, said to be one of the fastest seml-Dro teams in the Queen City, will play the Cushnocs at Max ent park Saturday and Sunday of this week. The games will be .called at 3:30 o'clock both Saturday and Sun day afternoons and the admission fee. Including grandstand will be four bits. Manager Rogers expects to have his fastest men Iri action and hopes to have Lefty Bonlfay and Jullen Olsen work together In one game of the series. This pair woud make a winning combination in any body's league. AMERICAN PROPERTY NOT LIQUIDATED THE GERMANS. SAY Berlin. July 20. Germany has nt liquidated .American private or busi ness "property, Clemens Von Delbu reck, acting . minister of Justice, , told the Associated Press correspondent today. He declared that Germany did. on March 4, 1918, issue ,a .ruling whereby the liquidation was permitted because America already had done the same. While America carried out this li quidation measure, the minister said that Germany never did so, but, on the contrary merely regulated and ad ministered American property. "When this administration is removed the Americans will have their free prop erty again," said Herr Von Delbu reclc "In no single case has . Germany touched or violated American trade marks," - continued the minister. "Ia the case of -patents we distributed licenses for their use by Germans In five ' cases, but ' we never declared American patents null or expired. "American patents and trademarks might be limited in Germany by aa act of January 3, 1918, 4f it lay In the public Interest and a German could have, under certain circumstances a license to use an American patent. This order was issued because Amer ica, long before had passed a similar .aw aim operated it in general. Ger many was ' particularly hesitating in all these questions notwithstanding America passed a pretentious law of this kind, because Germany hoped . to be able soon to resume friendly busi ness relations with the United States. The ministry of justice quoted A. Mitchell Palmer, formerly allent prop erty custodian of America, as having declared in his report to the United States senate in February, last that Germany had done the same as Amer ica In liquidating alien property, but had always been a little' ahead of America in doing so. 'It is false to say that Germany preceeded "America and "correct to sa, that Germany only used retaliation," said the minister. XSX3CHXXEXXBXXXaa D YESTERDAY'S RESULTS S a s KCSSSXK Max IXIBBOa TWILIGHT. Shipyard, 3: Whitmans, 3: eight in nings, darkness." SOUTHERN. Birmingham. 1: Memphis, 6. Chattanooga, 3 : Nashville, 1. Others, not scheduled. Rheumatism Is completely washed out of the sys tem by the celebrated Shlvar Mineral Water. Positively , guaranteed : by money-back offer. Tastes fine; costs a trifle. Delivered anywhere by. our Pensacola Agents, . West Florida Groc ery Co., phone them. adv. NATIONAL. Pittsburg. 0-7: New York. 3-6. Cincinnati. 3-4: Boston, 2-6. Others, not scheduled. AMERICAN. Washington, 3: St. Louis, 6. New York. 10; Chicago, 1. Boston, 8; Detroit, 10. Philadelphia, 2-11; Cleveland, 8-7. reSSSgSXSBBBKBBEII b a X GAMES TODAY. R B D ! E K '-! B X B t: 2 tf X S S TWILIGHT. Woodmen vs Knights. SOUTHERN. Chattanooga at Mobile. Little Rock at. Birmingham. Memphis at Atlanta. Nashville at New Orleans. NATIONAL. New York at Pittsburg. Boston at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at Chicago. Philadelphia at St. Louis. AMERICAN. St. Louis at Washington. Cleveland at Philadelphia. Chicago at New York. ' Detroit at Boston. ROOT BEER HAS REAL "KICK" IF LEFT STANDING Philadelphia, July 29. Root beer made at home may not always be as Innocent as Its name. Professor Chas. H. La Wall, dean of the Philadelphia College of. Pharmacy, cautions the public to look out for the kick. The home brew, he finds, has an alcoholic content of 1.77 per cent. "It will take gallons to produce the familiar dizziness." he said, "but it may provide some exhilaration." - "1 was surprised recently." declared Professor La Wall, "to notice a friend coughing a. little after drinking sev eral glasses of home-made root beer. I became Interested and began an analysis of some of the beverage. The result was surprising. I found that the alcoholic content was much great er than I had supposed. "I . discovered that . after standing five days the beverage contained .53 per cent of alcohol; after ten days the percentage jumped to 1.36 and a day or so later had climbed to 1.77. The alcohol came from a natural fer mentation. ' .y Better thanmoattm " M ""BS" Eandec! for your protection c XU All live dealers verywhere sell them Pensacola, Fla. The Frank Reilly Co, Distributors. 'LiHiainL Rossell A GOOD 5c CIGAR CALL FOR IT WHERE GOOD CIGARS ARE SOLD Heieberg Co, Wholesale Distributors PALAFOX AND ROMANA The W ( zzp 1 Brooklyn. N. Y. Married in the. air. by radio telephone, with the guests on the ground hearing -the service through amplifiers, this couple chose about the latest thing in the way of a wedding. The bridal counle went nn I in one plane, while the minister was rent aloft In another and the best man - bridesmaid in a third. After the ceremony it was arranged for 30 planes to j Join the wedding procession in the air. Lieut. George HL Bunresa. IT. a. air flttaoaoaaaBasDaffooi a . . n NAVAL STORES. S ' H M ODBDanaaaaoRBRDOfl PCNt ACOLA rBsacol, July 29 Rseelpts, Casks, i . Today 2S4 This moilth 8.173 This season .......... 14,112 Shipments, Casks. Today 2 This month 10.602 This season 37.144 Stocks, Casks. - Today 10.OS April 1 34,740 Receipts, Carrels. Today 832 This month 17.825 This season 43.272 Shipments, Barrels. Today 700 This month 10.745 This season 38,757 Stocks, Barrels. Today 54.3146 April 1 49,831 JACKSONVILLE. L- 376 3.644 10,155 160 1,754 16.201 35.193 41,839 Last Yes 1.161 12.107 33.022 9.156 61.783 43.589 73,350 Jacksonville, July 29. The spirit market was firm at 129 1-2, with sales of 53 casks. ; Receipts, Casks. Last Year Today 60 718 This season 31.191 33,309 t Shipments, Casks. Today ... " 16 This season 64,103 34.670 Stocks, Casks. - . ; Today 8.621 55.858 April 1 ' 47.644 . 57,219 V The rosin market was firm with sales of 1,640 barrels. Receipts, Barrelc Last Year 1.736 103,114 Today ... 1.186 This season 98.573 Shipments, Barrels. , Today 2.306 1.150 This season 99.667 11,4,604 Stocks, Barrels. Today 119.083 166.746 April 1 720,652 178,236 .Quotations were as fellows t X. WW, 22.0022 1-2 WO, M. K, I. , H O. P. E. D, B. 'ee 2L50 21.35 20.97 1-221.00 19.5085 18.22 1-2 r 17.85 17.70 17.5560 17.10 16.6065 ' 16.10 ssg ss as is s s s s s s a E MARKET REPORT. ssssssssssssss a m B few. York, July 29.Cotton. futures opened steady. October, 34.45; Decern May, 34.54. ber, 34.72; January, 34.62; March, 34.64; Cotton closed easy. October, 33.75; December, 33.92; January, 83.80; March, 33.78; May 33.75. New Orleans, July 20. The cotton market opened steady. Opening bids: October, 34.05; January, 34.16; March, 34.18; May. 34.18; December, 34.06.' The cotton market closed easy, at net decline of 72 to 78 points. - High.. Low. Close. October 34.10 33.40. 33.41 December i.. 34.13 33.43 33.45 January 34.18 33.64. 33.54 March i. 34.16 33.62 33.58 May 33.58 Spot cotton dull, 25 points off. Sales on the spot 20 bales, to, arrive 100. Low middling, 28.50; middling, 33.75; good middling, 34.75. Receipts, 3,733; stock, 371,414. . Liverpool, July 29. Cotton spot quiet; prices steady; , good middling. 22.36; fully middling, 21.86; middling, 21.26; low middling. 19.51; good ordi nary, 17.86; ordinary, 17.33. Sales. 4,000 bales. Including 3.800 American. Receipts, 18.000 bales in cluding 1.7.500 American. . Futures closed easy. July, 21.36; October, 21.48r January. 21.61; March. 21.60; May, 21.52. ' New York, July 29. Apart from oc casional small rallies on covering and a rumor that one of the private crop reporting agencies made condition 68.7 compared with 69.9 a month ago, the market showed little buoyancy In the forenoon and at midday was only about 10 to 15 points from the bottom, with October' at 34.43 and December, 34.52. Favorable forecasts for both the east ern and western belts, with Southern hedge selling and a lack of outside interest- tended to keep the market heavy. Chicago, sions. July 29. Grain and provi Open . Cloce. Corn September 1.57 1-2 December 1.72 1-2 Oats September 811-4 December 83 3-4 Pork July September Lard September October ... Ribs July ..... Corn: No. 2. 1.992.03: 2 yellow, 12.02 2-08. Oats: 2 white, 81(281 $-4; 3 white. 80Slt-4. Ryes No. 2. L671-2 (21.68 1-2. Barley, 1J71.43, Timothy. 9.00(211.50; clover, nominal! pork, nominal: lard; 34.45 j ribs, 28.25(229.25. 34.50 34.45 23.97 1.96 5-8 1.71 3-8 80 3-8 83 55.75 51.60 34.55 34.40 28.87 Credit cheerfully extended. 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