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World’s Most Sensational Sport
FIRST TIHE HERE, ON FOGEL FIELD WHITTINGTON PARK
MONDAY AFTERNOON
Football and pugilism tame compared to this- See autos crash, men tossed in the air and daredeviltry exemplified
TO WATCH ^ THISE ^POHT^"-1" BE CALLED AT 1 °’CL0CK AN° CONCLUDES IN TIME FOR THE BALL GAME. THE SECOND STARTS AFTER THE BALL GAME AND FINISHES IN TIME FOR SUPPER. YOU WON’T WANT TO SIT DOWN
Vaudeville
Mon., Tues. &
Wed.
Harry Beresford and
Company
i I'1 the great character comedy
"IN OLD NEW YORK."
Whitelield and
Ireland
i
In their bundle of gab and song |
“THE BELLE OF BINGVILLE"
It’* a “Hum-Dinger."
Bert Delno and
Company
f In
GYMNASTIC ODDITY
;— - -. ; —
Excella and Franks
; "THOSE PHYSICAL CUL
TURE GIRLS"
#
Billy Woodal
PRINCE OF MINSTRELSY
Prmcesscope
HORNE’S
Wild Animal
SHOW
Most stupendous aggregation oi wl\d
animals over exhibited in Hot Spring*
SICE the Mother Monkey and her ba
by. Also the world famous man-eat
1'iR African Lion, 'SULTANA."
1.000 Live Alligators on exhibition »
The Gator Farm
and Marine Museum
ONE ADMISSION TO ALL.
THE ’GATOR FARM
AND MARINE MUSEUM
25 cents
OPEN ALL PAY.
Hr. o. Allison Hinton has returned
to the city and con ho found at hlo of
Hce over the Burrell's Drug Store.
243 «t.
PITTSBURG 3;
CHAMPIONS 3
BODY BRYNE BACK IN GAME
THIRD GAME OF SCHEDULE OF
NINE RESULTS IN DOG FALL
AFTER NINE INNINGS.
Butler. Second Baseman Who Wa«
Taken Sick, is Also Able to Be Up
and About Hotel—Pitchers Are
Rounding Into Form. .
• By H. W. I.anlgan. Press Represen
tative New York Hotel Company.)
•Bobby Byrne, me Pittsburg Pirates'
crack little third-baseman, who was
hit on the head by one ot Smoky Joe
Wood's fast ones in Wednesday's game
at. Whittington Park and unconscious
for an hour as a result of the blow,
took part in the team’s workout yes
terday morning. Bobby also warmed
up Babe Adams in the afternoon while
that star right-hander was getting
ready to relieve Claude Hendrix.
Art 'Butler, the Pirates' star second
baseman, who collapsed after Wednes
day's game and who was in a deli
rious condition all night Wednesday,
is also out of all danger. He has been
attended in his room at the Kastman
Hotel by Dr. H. P. Pollings. Yester
day morning Butler's nurse departed.
Last evening he came downstairs to •
hear the music, and, while naturally
a little peeked as a result of his ill
ness. which came on so suddenly and
which had Magnate Dreyluss and Man
ager Clarke badly worried. Is on the"
road to a speedy recovery.
The Red Sox put up a corking goon
game on the defense and as a result
yill'll Leonard and Brownie Foster,
two of Garland Stahl's youthful ding
ers. managed to gain a draw with the
Pittsburg Pirates. By rights the third
game of the Spa's spring series should
have gone to the National League’s
entry. But it, didn’t, for the most ex
cellent reason that the World's Cham
pions fielded as World's Champions
should field and a game which should
have gone against Boston ended in a
| 3 to 3 tie.
It was the third soiree between the
redoubtable armies of Stahl and
Clu ke. All things considered It was
another sure-enough. At, thoroughly
on the up-and-up contest, and. while
the Whittington Park turnout barely
totaled 1,500. if it ran that buxom, the
only ones among the baaefeuli loving
kind who didn’t get their money’s
worth were those who remained away.
The two sets of starry athletes proved
In their maiden fuss St. Patrick's Day
that the battling in the series was go
! ing to lie rough and tough. Show No.
2 was another hard fought one, though
the Red JWx won in rather hollow
fashion. Yesterday the real thing was
staged. The two teams- «< rapped as
|r tjie result spelled a whole lot and
the fans in the atnnrfs were afforded
a peep at undoubtedly the banner
baseball game ever staged on any
Southern diamond
As already remarked the Rod Box's
great work in the field is what saved
the day for their side. The robbery
committed off Max Carey aione reliev
ed Pittsburg of some three or four
runs, so if just one of the lanky left
fielder’s stiff belts had gone uhflelded
the beans would have been spilled. In
the first inning Speaker hiked wav
back and relieved Carey of a heulihy
looking triple. The brilliant Tris re
peated at Max's expense Ip the fourth.
Three Innings later Albtn Carlstroin.
one of Stahl's kids who wound up on
third In Lar y Gardner’s place, turned
a last play on an ugly hopper from
Daisy's bat. Then. Ju the last hair
of the ninth, with Viox on second and
Hyatt, who batted, likewise walked,
for Babe Adam*, on first. Yerkes
«fiuce*eri on to a hot roller from C*a
rey » bat and a toss to Janvrin, head
ing off Hyatt, ended the assay, like
wise the game, leaving the count 3
to 3.
Hotmail, liooe, Rehg and Kelly also
lost hits through great plays by the
Hoston players. Lewis, Speaker and
Hooper, who comprise the smartest
trio of outfielders of modern times,
vied with each other in pulling down
long ucrinl clouts. Not only did
Yerkes star In the infield, but Janvrin,
who was tried out at short, played a
la Wagner—this goes for either Honus
or Charley—and Curlstrom. who took
Gardner’s place in the windup, pulled
three pretty plays on as many chan
ces. Then, 1 ^eonard and Foster knock
ed down more than one promising
base hit.
The Pirates also played bang-up
ball In the field. Wilson hiked close
to the foul line in the sixth sessiou
and hauled down Janvrin's long liner
with one hand, holding on, though
bumping up against a tree. Hans
Wagner handled nine chances in his
usual clean-cut style. Hendrix beat
the speedy Hooper in a hike for tirs^
in the second, gathering in Miller's
toss while In the midst of his dash.
Viox 'also played tidy ball on second,
though letting one play get away from
him by falling to come in oil hot
one Hendrix knocked down. Kelly
threw finely. Rehg played plucky ball
on third, knocking down everything,
even if only clinging on to one of his
chances.
Claude Hendrix pitched the first
five innings for Pittsburg. The Red
Sox belted him safely eight times an 1
there were two loud doubles and two
noisy triples in the collection, which
was mighty surprising as this most
estimable (linger seemed to have a
world of speed. However, Claude
wasn’t bending them over his sharp
est, or using many spitters. At that/
his performance was close to his best
and the Champs certainly clouted him.
The Red Sox counted two runs tor
a starter. Hooper opened with a bingte
through Rehg. Yerkes forced Harry
at second. Hendrix to Wagner. Ho
nus had Steve doubled at first, but
Miller dropped his png. The bobble
>aved the way fo • 'Boston's first two
runs, hence cost the Pirates the game.
Speaker followed with a onerboM
poke to center. After l^ewis did the
unexpected and fanned. Gardnei
whaled past Holman for three liases
and Yerkes and Speaker breezed
home. Manager Stahl, making his
how for the season, whiffed. Inciden
tally, Stahl batted 1.000 in the groove
league, to quote a side-line expression
of Scribe Paul Shannon's, repeating
his fanning stout in the third, fifth
and eighth.
... , , . t. . r»J link i 1
the fourth. Ab he struck out the side
in the third^it didn't look as if the
Clarke entry was going to haul him in
the fourth. But it did. Of course, it
was Hans Wagner who started the
trouble. First up the Dutchman dou
bled to right. Miller followed with
a single to the same pasture. Wilson,
always at. his best ill the pinches,
soaked past Hooper for two bags am|,
Wagner and Miller paid off. Viox sac
rificed Wilson up to third. Keily,
slapped deep to Speaker. Trls ought
to have hooked on. but didn't, owing
to, his anxiety to peg to Carrigan
ahead of Wilson. The ball hit the sod;
untouched Mid bounded away, ena
bling Kelly to reach third, while Wil
son, of course, strolled home. After
Hendrix fanned, Speaker raced back
and relieved Carey of his second well
intended homer of the afternoon.
The Red Sox tied up the tally in the
fifth. Yerkes opened with a double,
took third on Speaker’s infield out
and romped in when Lewis tripled
past Carey. Here Hendrix pulled him
self together in tidy fashion and
struck out Carlstrom and Stahl in suc
cession It was Foster, whose 1912
address “was Houston, Tex., against
Babe Adams in the final four ses
sions. Both kid and veteran handed
out ciphers. Adams had three soft
rounds, just like. Foster, only to get
in a warm mix-up in the ninth, the
same as his infant* vis-avis. After
Thomas foolishly rolled to Haas Wag
ner and, of course, expired at first.
Carlstrom singled over second. Hoop
er forced Carlstrom, but made amends
by stealing second. Yerkes punched
a single through Rehg. Speaker's
best was a roller to Vlox
In the last half of the ninth, after
Wilton elevated to Speaker, Vlox rap
ped safely to center. Kelly’s hot one
earromed from Foster to Yerkes. who
threw hint out at first Hyatt swung
for Adams Foster was careful not to
give the slugging Ham a good one
TWO FORMER WINDY CITY IDOLS
Joe Tinker and Fielder Jones.
During the recent annual meeting of the American league, held In Chi
cago. two players of national fame met by chance and held a fanning bee."
Tinker, who has signed as manager of the Cincinnati Reds, was for years
the star shortstop of the champion Cuba, and Jones, who iB now president
of the Pacific Northwest league, was manager and center fielder of the
White Sox.
and he finally walked. Tills put it tip
to Carey and It wans’t Max’s fault he
didn't liusi up the show.. He slapped
out a hot one, which Yerkes scooped
up while on the run and a toss to Janv
rin headed off Hyatt at second and
brought the hotly lought battle to a
close.
Both of Stahl's kid Infielders looked
good. Janvrin was the hear at short.
Harold got one clean one: lost a sec
ond hit on Wilson’s ipreat running
catch atul made a clean steal of the
middle hag. Carlstroni moved hutch
better on third than he did at short.
Brick Owens umpired his usual (>.
K. game. The Red Sox were after
him all the way, but there was com
edy attached to most of their holler's.
Yerkes aud Wagner were th«* hitting
stars, while Gardner. Lewis, Kelly
and Wilson got their extra base drives
at. the Tight tiim^ The fielding heroes
have already tedn enumerated.
BOSTON • AH. R H. PO* ' ’ K.
Hooper, ft'. ... .4 ft 1 :; « o
Yerkes. 2b. . .1.4 2 3 2 J 4 '
Speaker, of. ...1 1 1 ;t 0 ft
Lewis. 1ft .-.. . ft l 2 ft ft
Gardner, 3 b. . ..3. ft 1 u 1 1
Carlstrotn. 3b...£ ft 1 1 2 ft
Stahl, Hi. . .1 . . 4 ft ft ft l 0
Janvrin. . .1 ft .1 I 1 ft
Carrigsu, c. . t2 ft I i> ft ft
Thomas, c.I ft n 1 it 0
Leonard, p. ... 2 ft 0 ft 2 ft
Foster, p. ... .1 ft ft ft l ft
Totals .34 3 10 27 15 1
PITTSBURG. AB. R H. PO. A. 12..
Carey, If.5 0 ft 1 ft ft
Holman, cf.3 u l ft ft 0
Booe. cf.I 0 *<) 1 t) ft
Rehg. 3b.4 ft ft ft 1 <y,
Wagner, ss. ... 4 1 2 ft 3 n
Miller, lb.4 1 2 8 1 1
Wilstih. it .... t 1 1 l ft i.i
Viox. 2I>. .2 ft I ft 4 ft
Kelly, c.4 ft 1 ft 1 ft
Hendrix, p.2 0 fi 1 1 0
Adams, p.1 ft ft ft ft ft
xHyatt .ft ft ft ft 0 ft
Totals .34 3 8 27 11 i
xBatteil tor Adaius in the ninth in
ning
Score by Innings:
Boston . 20ft ftlu 000 -3
Pittsburg . ftftft ®0() ftftft
Two base hits—Wagner, Wilson,
Yerkes, Citrrlgan.
Three base hits—Jveli.v, Lewis,
Gardner.
Sacrillee hits Viox Yerkes. t’arrl
gan
Stolen liases—Janvrin, Hooper
•Struck out—By Hendrix ti by Ad
ams 2; by Leonard 5; by Poster 1.
liases on balls Off Hendrix 2; off
Adams 1: off Foster 2.
Wild pitch—Leonard.
Hits—Off Hendrix Jt in f> innings;
off Adams 2 in 4 innings; off Leonard
7 in r> Innings; off Fas tor 1 in i in
Pastsed ball Kelly.
I'mpire—Owens, National League.
Time of game—2 hours.
BOWLING NOTES.
I.nst evening saw several good ten
pin games a; the Park alleys. Mr.
Klein, the local champion and Mr
Rordle oY Chicago, tleing , in their
games with an average of 1P5.
Messrs. Merrit and lung of the
Moody hotel, and Lilyjonstople and
Tatiminn of the Park have a com
bination which they think Is hard to
heat and would like to take on any
tour men that indulge in the ten pin
game.
There will be a duck pin match
-game at the Park alleys the tirst of
the week between the Boston and
1 Pitsburg ball players.
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LYRIC TH ITEBl
(Now Under New Management)
Monday Tuesday Wednesday
The LA NOLES
Novelty comedy bar and bounding bed act. The feature you’ve
waited for.
The Ferris Wheel Girls
Handsome fac«4 pretty forms and groups in artistic posing
and impersonations.
ANNIE ROWLEY'S FORTUNE
Something new in tlie line of
romance from tlhe Lubin stu
dio.
“ THE SHERIFF
OF STONE GULCH.”
. Kuleui has given us a Pretty
lane Story in t.iis reel.
“A HUSBAND WON
BY ELECTION."
Here's a modern political dra
ma of liossism ami clean pol
itics.
THE NEW”
LYCEUM
“THE HOUSE OF
BIG FEATURES”
_
It doesn't make any difference
what cpif pictures are for
Monday. You are sure of a
great show and you know this
in the one house where >ou will
always See positively "First
Kun pictures that come direct
from the men who maun them.
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noYAi
■ 1 THEATER L
Up-to-the-Minute
MOTION PICTURES
MONDAY
"The Battle
of Bull Run”
Three reel *101” Bison Knature
I Hsu; passed military spectacle
Greater Than -pSheridan’s
Ride."
DANCE
Lessons
Every
Afternoon
Private
Lessons by
Appointment.
Social Dan- ,
ces Every j
NlflhL S
Visitors and
Strangers ^
Welcome
Phone 481
The METZ
Dancing Academy
720V4 Central Ave
Over Royal Theater.
Mrs. Met*, formerly Mrs.
Babcock.
Established tor Years.

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