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HERS FEAR
A BRIGHT 91
Only Nine Show Up for
Trapshoot; Team Match
Is Shot Off.
BASEBALL RESULTS
League Standings.
Commercial Icarus.
ASQther email attendance featured the
Tree Jy shoot of the Pass City Gun dab
on Sundaj morning Ernie Hughes is
beginning to fear that some of the
gunners must be very delicate when
the cannot stand a bit of chunsfalne.
True the street car service was an un
certain quantity on Sunday but a great
manv of the gunners have cars and
there was no strike on the part of the
asojf.ne buggies.
There were just nine gunners taking
part m the shoot. Chet Fuller was the
newcomer and he made his start in the
trap game b trying his hand at a
, str ng of 23 targets. He dropped II.
wtnrn is a remarkably good score for i
I a t eg nner.
: he rirst team shoot of the season
jtr i p ace on Sunday Fred J Feldraan
-id I B Williams each captained teams
, r f ft it gunners. The tatter's squad
.."nap off with the honors, the scores
II emjr
Fe amu Tam. Shot
J Fetdman '
Ererybodjrs ..
Purity!
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7th Infantry
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Pet.
730
.70
.500
.zna
7 .191
12 .077
American League.
New fork .
Cleveland . .
Washfsrtoa
Chicago .-.
Boston - -
Delrett
St. Loots
Philadelphia
"W..
...17
...X
...36
...as
...34
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Pet.
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.347
Ji7
.331
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Win Lose
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.554 .lit
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441 .42
.St .174
Houston 1 It 2
Batteries Galreaton. Barfoot and Wilson:
Hecstaa. Crtss, Xutlins and AUssl.
At Fort Worth (first same R. K. E
Fort Worth 4 11 J
Shraveport 2 c i
Batteries: Fort Worth. Fentress and Betts,
Shrsvepert. Ferry and Smith.
Second came. R H. E.
Fort Worth 2 7 4
Shrevepert 4 1 4
Batteries. Fort Worth. Harrah Radford
and Betta. ShreTeport, Leveretfe and Smith.
(1 tunings.)
WHAT SHAKSPERE MISSED - BYT, E. POWERS
Copyright 1915. Internatlenal News Service.
F -obb
I G Dufourcq . .
I F A'.en
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Tt i ' aiis Team.
3 B. w,illams
E P Fnihea
')&e Crockett
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47
32
4t
16!
Broke
27
41
37
44
Totals . 3M 1"
Because of the failure of B. J Lat
tlmer to show up. it was not possible
to settle the tie for the Hercules trophy
Vet we en E P Hughes and Mr. Lattimer.
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Brooklyn 3C
Philadelphia 24
Boston 22
Now York ....... ...2
Chicago 22
Pittsburg 2
Cincinnati ......... Xt
St. Louis 1
National Xieagae.
If Today
W. U Pet Win Lose
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22 .348 .iS .54
7 42 .SSS .M2
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24
32
37
31
.son
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.sts
.413
412
.441
.443
.47
.47(
.433
.42
Texas League.
"Waco .. ..
Fort Worth
Honaton
Shrereport .
Gelreaton
San Antonio
Beaumont .
Dallas . . .
Won Lot Pet.
...4 24 JtK
... 34 XtZ
...4S 27 .MS
...4 41 411
...4 41 .4
...27 43 4(2
. .34 45 .42
. 3i 47 .427
At Dallas (first game) n.TLTL
Dallas si i
Waco I
Batteries: Dallas. Robertson and Smith;
Waco. Hill and ReUly.
SseoBd same. R. H. E.
Dallas 1 s 1
Waco J. 2 C
Batteries Dallas. Lewis. Coaler and
Smith. Waco, Donalds. Wright and Koha.
At San Aatonto.
San Antonio
oat .J.,
ertes- San
R.H.E.
( 1
5 "
Batteries- San Antonio. Brant and Bnrch:
BMcraoat. Smlthson. Covington and An
dnea. (11 liwlntrs )
Saturday's Games.
At Dallas 3. Waco
At -Fort Worth S. Shrereport 1.
At Hoswton 2. Galveston 1.
At San Antonio 2; Beamnsnt 1.
Pacific Coast League.
Won Lost Pet
torron 41 1 .S7
Los Angeles ................ 42 3( .344
San Francisco 44 41 .329
SoK Lake 3C 41 .4(3
Portland 31 3 .4(1
Oakland 37 31 .43
Weslem League.
BOWLING
Official averages and atandlnga of the two
auckpia leagues rolling on the Cartas alleys
ave been announced aa foUovrs:
lcdnsrrial League.
Won Lost PcC
'ercmana ......... .3C 14 .(S3
BEall oc Co 13 IS .
-ern P'ant J II -
!.Til 1) K. Co 1. If .i
Smelter League.
ffi- . 27 12 .(73
asa era 3 1 .
,fvt 14 2( .
Samplers It 2( .
Industrial League.
Oames 11ns Avg.
CummliiES 15 12S1 84
L Clark
ii Jagoe
-palmer .
t am an
Seymour
J Binford .
n. Da
H Longford
)I W hlte
tleffer
'tob'rts
Kt-fT
I A
Hom-r Thomas
-i B lioring
''-gr k I-ucas .
"h'- Grlng .
r V Tynes
1 K- Faaaett
I W rlie
B. Henry ..
i V L Gilmore
I J Knpp
! T Ganeger
I V J Alcorni
V
... 30
...21
... 15
"."21
...30
...IS
.. 3tt
.. 13
. 3
. .21
.. 21
. 21
...3
...17
!t
24
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2
21
i;
24
13
Smelter League.
Games
M Lrt:le ler
H. G Batexnan .
C Fenner
"V E Koenig
c D Barrage. . . .
8 S. Baker . . .
Don Donpier
R F Camptan. .
F i Woodburn .
J w Brownfield
.1 Smith
J s. Capron
; Hammell
C F Khler
O D Butte' . .
- Anthony . .
20
37
30
...24
.30
.. 30
... 24
.. 30
... 30
30
30
30
...27
...24
. .27
Pins
1237
34K
172
1202
221
1M
St
2313
1SC0
2314
Ml
2302
1575
1572
155
2200
1S1
11S0
17S3
174S
745
2142
1447
771
152k
110
Pins
2X2S
207(
2117
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114S
2132
20(2
1(07
202
11
UK
1W2
141
1717
133
14(7
Omaha . .
Unrein ...
WlehKa
Dea Molnos
Denver .
Top ska .
St. Joseph .
City .
Woo Loot Tct.
...3 24 .(13
...37 27 .373
...34 3 .331
. . .32 21 .5
...31 32 .4r
...37 33 .13
...3 33 .444
...27 33 .435
Southern .association.
Won Lost Pet.
Nashville 41 23 .34
New Orleans 3 27 .31
Atlanta. 37 33 .32
Chattanooga M 33 .322
Btrmlagham .. ........... 33 37 .471
MaaUe 31 37 .43c
Ltttle Rock 3 M .t(C
Memphis 2) 3f .a
American Association.
Won Lost Pet.
Coast League.
Sunday's Games.
At San Francisco (morning game) R. H. K.
Oakland 3 7 2
San Francisco 3 c 7
Batteries. Oakland. CrandaU and H. El
liott: San Francisco, Conch and Brftaks. Se
pal ved a.
Afternoon game (11 innings). R. H. B.
Oakland 3 13 2
San Francisco 4 11 9
Batteries: Oakland. Boyd. Beer and H. El
liott. San Francisco, Oldham, Brown and
Brooks.
At Los Angeles, (morning game) R. H. E.
Salt Lake 4 1 3
Vernon s 3
Batteries: Salt Lake, Piercer and Hannah.
Vana: Vernon. Arrelanes, Hess, Qulan and
Spencer. (1 Innings.)
Afternoon game. R. H. K.
Salt Lake (13 2
Vernon 4 8 2
Batteries: Salt Lake. Ftttery. Huches and
Vana; Vernon. G. Johnson. Quran and Whal
ing.
Games Postponed. .
Los Anseles at Portland game postponed,
wet grounds.
Saturday's Games.
At Los AagaJes Salt Lake 2: Vernon C
At San Franclsoo 4. Oakland 1.
At Portland-Loa Angeles, wt grounds.
Mi&aeapoUs .
Indiana polls
Kansas City
Loutavllle ...
Toledo
Milwaukee . .
St. Paul .. .
Columbus
3C
37
33
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...23
2
2C
27
23
3
3
32
21
33
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77
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75
75
75
74
71
j At Cleveland. R. H. K.
7 i 2K. LiOUlS Sol 19 X 4 X
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Batteries St. Lents. Davenport and Chap
man. Cleveland. Ktepfer and O'Neill.
No others sehedsled.
Saturday's Games.
At Philadelphia 4. New York i.
At Washington 4; Boston 2.
At Pt- Lotus 5. Cleveland 4.
At Chicago (. Dtrott 0.
American League.
Sunday's Games.
At Chicago. R.H E.
Detroit 00 0 0 M 4 1
Chicago SO ft 00 1 1 3 1
Batteries Detroit. Coveleskie and Baker,
Chicago, Russell and Schalk.
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"Western League.
Sunday's Games.
At Sioux City (1st game) R. H. E.
Omaha 01 MO 1 13 0
Sioux City Ml 11 2x 3 13
Batteries: Omaha. OToete and Marshall:
Sioux City, Sehardt and Livingston.
Second game. R. IT. S.
Omaha M 610 1 S 2
Stanx City 4 49 20x 7 13 Z
Batteries Omaha. C Thompson and Mar
shall; Stoux City. Gasper and Crosby.
At Wichita. R.H.E.
Wichita 01 S3 3x 7 12 3
Topeka 00 Oil 0 3 1
Batteries; Wichita, Kosstner and Gray:
Topeka. IlennlBE and Allen, Monroe.
At Des Moines. R. If. K.
Lincoln 10 OS 08 3 4
Des Moines I 00 1 I 2
Batteries: Uncotn. Gardner and Roarer;
Ta Moines, Baker and Spahr.
FIRST NATIONALS WIN
FROM THE CITY BANK
The First Nationals and the City
Nationals of the Bankers league.
fcplKFed a "thrilling" game Sunday. The
aw Firsts held their opponents down to
3jie hit. but errors let in eight runs. I
Score K. rl. i
First Nationals 12 IS 9
City Nationals 8 1 4
Batteries. First Nationals. Crtitoher
Bsrxyi Blefer: City Nationals, Leringston
ajif .Andreas.
National ireague,
Sunday's Gaines.
At St. Louis.
Chicago 11 111 M 5 11
St. Louts 000 00 014 1 3 1
Batteries- Chicago, Lavender and Fischer.
St. Louis. Steele, WilUama and Snyder.
B.H.K.
At Cincinnati (1st game) R. H. K.
Fittsburg 81 10 2 ( I
Cincinnati 10 19 Ml 3 i 1
Batteries Pittsburg. Miller and Wilson,
dncrn&ati. Toney and Wlngo.
Second game. R. H. K.
Pittsburg M 23 10 2
Cincinnati .. M 10 1 5 1
Batteries. Pittsburg. Kantlebner. Jacobs
sad Gibson; Cincinnati. Dale and Clarke.
No others scheduled.
aturdays Gamea. '
At Boston 7-7. Brooklyn 4-.
At St. Louis 2-4, Chicago 1-3.
At Cincinnati 1. PtUssarg -
At New Tork 3; Philadelphia 3
Mexican rents, Lee Newman, ph.
-Adr.
4ti.
Texas League.
Sunday's Games.
At Galveston (first game) R. H. E.
Galreaton 1 4 2
Houston 3 1 1
Batteries Galveston. Gudger, Powell and
.-Mayes; Houston, xncEaon and Jenaus.
At St. Joseph. (1st game) R.B". K.
St. Josoph M M 9
Denver 1M M M 1 3 1
Batteries: St. Joseph, Hovttk. Sosaaiers
and Fasner. Denver. Ford and Sheetak.
Second game. R. H. E.
St. Joseph M M 41 3 3 1
Denver Ml 11 1 4 12 2
Batteries; St. Joseph. Patterson. Sommers
and Klock: Denrer, Cooklugham. Reynolds
and Stevens.
ttaturday'a Games.
At Des Moines 1. Lincoln -At
Sloax City 1, Omaha
At St. Joseph (. Denver I.
At Wtehlta 4, Topeka 5.
American Association.
Sunday's Games.
At St. Paul 2-1. Kansas City 3-0.
At Minneapolis 0-1. Milwaukee 2-12.
At LeuhrrtUe 3-5. Indianapolis -4
At Toledo 7-7. Columbus (-L
Saturday's Games.
At LeaisTtlle (; Indianapolis 4.
At St. Paul 4; Kansas City 2.
At Minneapolis 4. MUwaukee
At Toledo (. Columbus 2.
Southern Association.
Sunday's Game.
At Nashville 2. Atlanta 2.
At Memphis 7. New Orleans L
No other games scheduled.
Saturday's 4?ames.
At Memphis 2. Atlanta 2.
At Little Rock 1. Birmingham 4.
At Little Rock (second game) 3; Birming
ham 3.
At Chattanooga 3: Mobile 3.
At Chattanooga (second game) 3. Mobile 2
At Nashville 2: New Orleans 6.
Second game.
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Head of Tennis Association
Explains Viewpoint Re
garding Amateur Status.
So much discussion has been heard
on the subject af amateurism in tennis
that the following open letter from
George T. Adec president of the United
States National Tennis association, to
the tennis players and tennis officials
of the United States will be of general
Interest.
"Lawn tennis, more than any other
game. Is played for Us own sake. Un
sportsmanlike conduct among contest
ants In private or public matches Is
so rare as to be altogether negligible.
It is the only game in which the con-
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their adversaries. This manly and
generous spirit, the noblest asset
which any game can have, is a trust
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trustee. And it is the duty of this as
sociation, in order to conserve this
precious asset, to carry into its coun-
, ells the same spirit which the Indi
viduals who compose the association
! carry into the courts
I Vbuses Cited.
, "Certain abuses have began to ere mi
into tennis in this country, and it is
the eense of your committee that these
abuses, though small in themselves,
are contagious, and if unchecked, will
sooner or later tarnish this finest and
cleanest of all sports.
"With a view to stamping out these
abuses the executive committee of U.
d. L. X T A. at its last meeting, pro
posed certain amendments to the ama
teur rule, and recommended .their adop
tion by the association as part of the
bylaws, at the next annual meeting, to
be held in February. 1917.
"As this year the association is do
ing all in its power to encourage boys
to play the game, and to"deveIop tennis
In public parks. It Is a particularly
appropriate time to make a. determined
aland, not only to preserve Jhese fine
www auu uauiuuas waica uavc ai
vays obtained In tennis, but to place
them once and for all upon an unshak
able foundation.
Proposed Chancres,
"Tbo proposed changes In the ama
teur rule are based on five fundamental
principles -
-No 1 No player shall deliberately
capitalize his reputation.
"No !. No player shall reeclve trav
eling expenses for playing in a tourna
ment, team match or exhibition, ex
cept from a club or association which
he represents.
"No 3. All team or exhibition matches
-where gate receipts are charged shall
be under the strict supervision of the
executive committee
"No. 4. Players engaged In the ten
uis goods business, though not made
grofesslonals, shall, while so engaged,
e ineligible to compete in events sanc
tioned by the U. & N L. T. A
"No. 6. There shall be a tribunal to
Interpret the amateur rule and apply
it to each individual case.
"There is a vast difference between
the paying of a player's expenses by
a dab giving a tournament and the
paying of a player's expenses by hii
own dab to represent it In an event
given by another organisation For In
the first Instance a club can make
money by charging gate receipts and I
the more prominent plaers it can hire
to enter, tne greater will be the re- i
ceiiKs, wniie in tne seona instance
no one can make any financial gam
The first if illegitimate and should not
be permitted the second is legitimate
Danger In Playing for Pay.
"The committee feels there is danger
in the playing of exhibition or team
matches for gate receipts because such
matches unconsciously tend to create
partnerships between clubi for the
purpose of making money out of the
game, and the amendments therefore
require competing dubs to obtain the
permission of the committee to hold
Mich an event. For the same reason
the committee feels that clubs or asso
ciations charging rate reecipts should
not contribute to the expenses of other
clubs or associations belonging to the
U. S. N. L. T A as this would be an
incentive to both clubs to enter a part
nership to make monev out of the
game.
Mmnlenra In Business.
"Little harm has resulted up to date
from tennis players entering the ten
nis goods business, but the tendency
to enter this line of work is Increasing
and unless checked -will develop into a
serious abuse. Often It distinctly ad
vertises a plaver's tennis fame for the
sake of making money and it also
rives those players an advantage over
flayers in other forms of business for
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