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Babies Will Grow
and while Ihey are growing, you
should have thoni photopraphed of
ten enough to k?'i>[> a record of euell
interesting stage of their childhood.
You will prize the collect ion of
baby's pictures more and more as
thu years go by.
Make an appointment tomorrow.
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Ph?ne C71 Fhone 27
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Hivers nil calls day or night.
At Aii<l<Tfc'oiil2; Oaffney :i.
Ai Greenville 7; Spurtunhurg 10.
VON IN GREAT STYLE YES
TERDAY FROM HAMRICK'S
HUNCH OF PLAYERS
-HT INGLE HARD
lice Pitched Fine Ball For Home
Club and McColl's Recruits
Made Fine Showing At Bat
The Anderson baseball team is now
ack in ita old lime form, ami Ihn re
iivcimtcd dub walked away with
lulfney yesterday ufternooti, winning
y a Fcore of 12 to :'. 'l'In- home club
Diind Ingle for 14 safeties, several
(hem being for extru sadts, while
ho visitors could not garner bu: scv
n hila oil the local pitcher.
Manager McColl seemed to have
often some life into the Anderson
l'ani by several ? hange:- and in- play
d heady ball himself, securing a cou
le and a triple while at lue bat and
laying a last fielding baine tarmigli
Hice made his debut in an Anderson
tiiform ami pitched a splendo game
nd yielded only two hits up ..ntli the
eventh inning , then the enure An
ni son team began to play tooscly,
ince the gnme was alreacy won.
"Styx" Harmon, the incurs now
rst baseman, played a nentuiful
ame on the initial sack, grabbing
very-thing in sight. He bau lots of
pep" and made a good impression on
When the game started, a queer
endition existed. (Jaffney bud no
utcher, Manager Hcmrlck netng late
arriving. As he was to co tue re
elvlng for the GufTney cmn. their
h plain Wae forced to put in Curry,
lie first baseman, to do tno catching,
lurry was about as bud us could be
nd he was relieved by Moore, who
aught until the arrival or Hamrick.
'lie manager cuught the remainder
f the game.
Anderson likewise, was wllnotit ti
atelier, Vaughn having sustained a
rokeii finger in Fridays game, but
lurtin, ah outfielder, went behind the
at and caught good boil.
The local team played fast ball from
io first inning yesterday until the
ist and would have won the game,
ad the Oaffnoy team player: errorless
all. In the seventh Inning the lo
?is found Ingle for Seven straight
its, netting bIx nuis in succession.
The following box seore shows how
?e locals managt d to trim the Came
The following is the box scoro and
AB It H PO A R
lartln c.5 0 1 6 0
lajor it.5 1 1 0 0 0
hllders 2b .. . : .. 5 1 1 3 4 1
IcColl es.5 3 2 0 3 1
iobison rf. 5 2 3 0 0 0
iTatson cf.5 1 1 3 1 0
larmon lb.4 1 1 10 0 1
/renn 3b.4 2 1 5 0 0
;ice .4 1 3 0 0 1
Totals.42 12 14 27 13
, AD R PO A IS
enklns lb ss rf .. 4 0 2 0 3 2
icshlelds If.4 0 0 2 0 0
glesby 3b. 3 0 0 1 1 0
. Moore of.4 1 1 0 0 1
Moore s; c .. ..4 1 1 3 2 4
urry c lb.4 1 1 13 2 2
ngerhardt 2b .... 4 0 0 1 2 0
ldson rf.3 0 1 0 1 1
lamrlck c.2 0 1 4 0 0
Totals.33 3 7 24 11 10
core by innings:
nderson.. .. 302 002 50x?12 14 4
afney.000 000 201? 3 7 10
Summary?Two base hits, Martin,
tcColl: three base hits, JVnklns, Mc
oll; base on balls off Rice 1; struck
ut by Rico 7, by Ingle 8; hits off Rice
: off Ingle 14; stolen bases Hamrick,
oblnson. Watson; double plays Wat
>n to Martin. Wrenn to Chiideas to
armon, Dagerdardt to Curry. Um
Ircs Mr. Watklns and Mr. Major.
Ime of game 2 hours.
At Norfolk 2; Petersburg 1. First
At Norfolk 5; cPtersburg 4. Second
At Ronoake 2; Portsmouth 1. First
ime. 11 Innings.
At Ronoake 6; Portsmouth 2. Sec
At Richmond 6; Newport News 5.
At Richmond 3; Newport News 6.
At Montreal 3; Providence 5.
At Toronto 3-15; Baltimore 0-0.
At Buffalo 5-3; Newark 8-8.
At Rochester 6-6; Jeresey City 7-4.
At Atlanta 3; Montgomery 0.
At Mobile 6; Chattanooga 3.
At New Orleans 4; Nashville 0.
At Birmingham 7; Memphis 1.
Three S tra
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
North Carolina League.
Durham. 47 32
Winston .40 32
Greensboro. 29 49
South Atlantic League. |
Won Lost Pet.
Won Lost Pet.
Mobile. 57 44
New Orleans. 52 43
Chattanooga. 53 46
Nashville. 48 50
Montgomery. 47 62
Won Lost Pet.
Philadelphia. 54 31
Boston. 48 40
Washington. 46 40
Detroit. 47 43
St. Louis.44 42
Chicago. 45 43
New York.41 44
Cleveland. 29 58
Won Lost Pet.
New York .. '..51 32
Chicago. 52 37
St. Louis. 49 41
Boston. 40 45
Cincinnati. 40 48
Philadelphia. 38 46
Brooklyn. 36 45
Pittsburgh. 37 47
Won Lost Pet.
Chicago .. ?. 51 36 586
Baltimore. 47 37 560
Brooklyn.45 37 549
Indianapolis. 45 39 536
Kansas City. 42 39 519
Buffalo. 39 40 494
Pittsburgh. 37 45 451
St. Louis. 36 52 409
At Albany 10: Savannah 9.
At Columbus 2; Augueta 6.
At Jacksonville 0: Charleston 4.
At Macon 3; Columbia 1.
At Minneapolis 0; Columbus 2.
At Kansas City 3; Louisville 4.
At St. Paul 7; Cleveland 11.
At Milwaukee 3; Indianapolis 2.
At Chicago 1; Now York 0.
At Detroit 4; Philadelphia 10.
At St. Louis-Washington, rain.
At Cleveland 6; Boston 8. 11 in
Hard Hitting* Won
Cleveland. July 25.?Boston defeated
Cleveland today 8 to 6 In eleven in
ngs. Lewie' batting being responsi
ble for the victory. Lewis made three
singles, a double and a triple, driving
In five runs and scoring another him
Cleveland .. 400 010 010 00?6 8 2
Boston.,.. ,.000 002 013 02?8 16 2
Gregg, Hagerman, Collamore and
3'Neill ; Leonard, Coumbe, Colline and
Winning Streak Continues.
Detroit, July 2?.?Philadelphia con
tinued its winning streak today, de
renting Detroit In the opening game
)f the series ten to four. It was De
troit's fifth straight defeat.
Philadelphia .. 213 000 004?10 12 ,0
Detroit.000 200 200 4 8 4
Plank and Lapp: Cacet, Boehler and
Pitcher's Duel for IS Innings.
Chicago, July 25.?Chicago today
thutout New York 1 to 0 In a 13 inning
?itching duel between Bens and War
top. Fournior's single sent the vvln
ilng run across the plate.
s'ow York 000 000 000 000 0?0 ? 8
Chicago .. 000 000 000 000 1?1 4 2
Warhop and Nunamaker; Bens and
?chalk. . i.? i,, ?'.'* ?A>?4?.'"-^
rg And On
WON BY SPARTANS
GREENVILLE LOST IN ONE
HIT PLYLER HARD
Spartens Hit the PHI With Ease
In the Third and the Fourth
Special to The Intelligencer.
Greenville, July 25.?Greenville lost j
In u featureless game this afternoon j
to the Tip Tops. The Spartans hat
ted Plylor all over the lot in the third
j und fourth Innings. Moth clubs made
! a lot of errors and the game was a
one sided affair from the third in
Score by innings:
Spartanburg .. 001 :?00 300?10 15 8
Oreenvlllo_ 000 Old 1 . ? 7 10 '.'
Hatterios: Plylcr and McDanlel and
Leay; Guthrie and Lockerbie.
At Brooklyn 3; Cincinnati 4. First
At Brooklyn 5; Cincinnati 1. Sec
At New York 4; Pittsburg 2.
At Philadelphia 3; St. Louis 0.
At Boston 4; Chicago 5.
Philadelphia Blanked St Louis.
Philadelphia, July 25.?Alexander
kept St. Louis' hits scattered today
and Philadelphia managed to break its
losing streak, winning 3 to 0.
St. Louis.000 000 000?0 10 0
Philadelphia ., 210 000 OOx?3 9 0
Perdue and Snyder; Alexander and
Klllifer. ' 1
Tnke Six In a Row.
New York, July 25.?New York to
day celebrated the home-coming from
their western trip by winning their
sixth straight victory from Pittsburgh
4 to 2. Bobo Adams, who recently
lost a 21 liming game to the cham
pions in Pittsburgh, was knocked out
of the box In thf/C? innings. Mathew
son hold the- Pirate's1 to six scattered
hit? and was seldom in danger.
Pittsburgh .. . .010 000 100?2 6 0
New York.. .... 202 000 OOx?7 1
Adams, O'Toole, Conzclmnn and
Gibson; Mathewson and Meyers.
Swatted the Umpire.
Boston, July , 25.?Boston's first
home game since Its western trip was
lost to Chicago today 5 to 4. An over
flow crowd made ground rules neces
sary. Aiter the game Umpire Byron
was hit on the head by an empty bot- 1
tie, but was not injured. j
Boston.002 200 000?4 8 2
Chicago. 101 001 200?5 11 3
Hess and Cowdy; Vaughn and Har-1
Spit a Double. j
Brooklyn, July 25.?Brooklyn and
Cincinnati divided today's doublehead- '
er. The visitors took the firs t4 to 3
through two errors, ct tho plate of
throws from Meyers In center field.
Brooklyn hit Schneider freely In the |
second game and won 5 to 1.
Score first game:
Cincinnati .. ..002 100 001?4 13 .0
Brooklyn.200 000 001?3 10 3
Ames and Clark; Ragan, Allen, En
zman and Fischer.
Suore second game:
Cincinnati .. .. 001 000 000?1 9 2
Brooklyn. 000 210 20x?5 11 0
Schneider and Clarke; Pfeffer and
At Wlnston-Salem 4; Charlotte 2.
At Qreensboro 2; Durham 14.
At Asheville ?;. Raleigh 3.
BAKER AND COBB TIED
Batting Averages Are Equal In Race
(By Associated Press.)
Chicago. July 25,?"Home R<un" Ba
ker* Philadelphia, has pounded his
way Into a tie for the batting leader
ship of tho American league. Accord
ing to averages published here today
Baker and Cobb,, of Detroit, are set
ting the paco nt rate of .342. Next
to them Is Jackson, - Cleveland, with
.329. and then R. Colins, Philadelphia,
with .827. . Philadelphia with .263 and
Waahtngton with' .245 lead in club bat.
ting.' 1 -
, Grant, of New York, tops the Nat
ional league race' With .342. Next
comen Becker, Philadelphia, .326;"Dai
ton, Brooklyn. .321 and Byrne, Phila
delphia, .315. Brooklyn la ahead in
club batting with .206 and New York
next with .265.
Kauff, Indianapolis, leads the Fed
erals with .383, and Evans, Brooklyn,
is second, with .375. Indianapolis with
288 leads tho clubs.
In the Sonther'n Association. McCor
mlck, Chattanooga, retains the lead
with .360. Next to htm is Knlsely, of
Birmingham, with .356. Chattanooga
and Mobile are tied for club batting
leadership with A?l each.; ^ . -
?,??1:??.-? * ... " . ???.*.?.?:
At Pittsburgh 2; Indianapolis 1. 13
innings, first game.
At Pittsburgh ti; Indianapolis 5.
At Hrooklyn 6; Chicago 5. First
At At Brooklyn 0; Chicago G. j
Second game. ,
At Buffalo 3; Kansas City 1. First
At Buffalo 3; Kansas City 4. Sec-1
At Baltimore 1; St. Louis 8.
??*x> Brown's Lucky hay.
Daltimore. July 25.?This was Mor- ?
deca? Brown's day and the famous St. j
Louis itcber reld the lecal ncoreless
for seven innings when he retired in j
favor of Davenport.
St. Louis.COO 101 321?7 12 2
Unitimore.000 000 001?1 10 1
Brown, Davenp'irt and Chapman;!
Wilhelm, Yount and Jacklitseh.
Won One. Lost One. '
Buffalo, July 25.?Haitimore and
Kansas City divided a doubleheader
today, the local team taking the first :
game three to one and losing the other
4 to 3.
Score first grime: '
:<\>.nsns City.. .. 000 000 001?1 5 2
Ruttalo.000 100 02x?3 6 0
and Easterly; Ford and
Score second game:
Kansas City .. 000 000 040?4 6 0
Buffalo.000 003 000?3 9 0
Harris, Adams and Enzenroth,
Easterly; Moore, Moran, Anderson and
Won Both In Extra Innings.
Pittsburgh. July 25.?Pittsburgh j
won two games from Indianapolis to
day. Thirteen innings were necessary
for the first game won by u score of
2 to 1. The second went twelve in
nings and the score was G to 5.
Score first game:
100 000 000 000 0?1 9 1
000 000 100 000 1?2 12 1
Kaiaerling and Texter; Camnitz and
Score second game:
Indianapolis 110 000 020 010?5 14 2
Pittsburgh 100 000 00S 101?6 10 0
Falkenberg and Texter; Dickson,
Knetzer and Kerr.
Split Double Bill.
Brooklyn, July 25.?By winning the
first game of a doubleheader 6 to 5
today the Brooklyn Federale won the
series from the Chicago leaders three
games to two. The visitors won the
second game, shutting out Brooklyn
5 to 0.
Score first game:
Chicago. 020 001 020?5,15 0
Brooklyn.001 010 04x?F11 0
McGulre. Hendrlx and Wilson; Sea
ton and Land.
Score second game*:
Chicago.002 003 000?6 11 1
Brooklyn.000 000 000?0 ? 1
Pendergrast and Block; Flnneran
IS IN TROUBLE
Near-Riot Is Said To Have Occur
red and Negro Narrowly Es
capes Being Lynched
Newell Williams has been brought
to Anderson and lodged In the Ander
ion county jail, officers stating that
this action was taken to prevent any
possible trouble. It is said that the
tiogro might bare been lynched had he
t>een allowed to remain In Pelzer. It
Is charged that the negro is guilty of
sffending some Avies at Pelzer and he
was seized anr - <> averely beaten by a
few white men of the community be
fore the officers made an arrest.
And how did you like the new team,
Bh? ;...?; :
Anderson today has the best ball
duh that it has since the season op
ined. 'And it will be better still be
fore the home' club get*; back from
Mr. Rice, you have 8 home in An
derson as long as you want it.
The attendance for the Spartanburg1
ramee here on Thursday, Friday and
Saturday Will show an Increase.
.Manager McColl?why bless his
toul; he played a better gante yester
lay than he haa ever don? before. '
Every fan In' Anderson will be glad
o learn that Rlpley will be back In the
pune tomorrow.' Rip has been, suff
trlng with a hurt h?nd, but he Is
ibout over.lt now and there ts some
hing due to break on third naso to
"Sty" Harmon made his appearance
I Where They Play Today
Anderson at Spartauburg.
Greenville at Gaffney.
WILL BE SECURED AT ONCE
FOR WORK IN THE PIED- ?
MANY PLANS MADE
At Meeting Held In Greenville It
Was Agreed That Professionals
Must Be Secured
The directors of the Piedmont base
ball league, with President Ed. H. De
Camp of Geffney, presiding, held an
important meeting in Greenville yes
terday afternoon. One of the princi
pal things done by the directors was
deciding that the Piedmont league
must have two professional umpires
and these men will be secured at
once. It Is hoped that one of them
may report in Anderson In time for
Spartanburg-Andcreon series on
Thursadya Friday and Saturday.
Plans for the next season of the
league were discussed yesterday and
it v/as agreed to make the league a
six-team circuit. Union and Green
wood being admitted to membership.
It was decided that next year's seuson
ticket.; would be put on sale at $10
each and every town must sell 200
of these tickets before it could be ad
mitted to membership. The entire
$2,000 will then be placed in the
hands of a common generai treasur
er, who will pay all salaries for all
clubs and have general direction of
the finances of the league.
President DeCamp said before the
meeting was adjourned that he hoped
to secure two professional umpires
before the end of the week.
The Anderson team ?b today in bet
ter shape than it har ever neen. Lc
Roy McColl Is a good baseball player,
he Is hard working, he has plenty of
reason and knows how to use his
head while the game Is In progress.
Pitcher Rice ha?, been signed by the
locale as'bas pitcher McAlllBter. The
lart named player comes trom Char
lotte, of the North Carolina league,
while the Anderson fans saw Rice
work yesterday. Manager uull, form
erly of the Anderson club and pltcner
Summy have both been released and
signed lart night with Spartanburg.
"Styx" Harmon, Anderson's new 1st
baseman, is one of the neet yet seen
at Buena Vista park am; he will soon
develop into a beautiful ball player.
Everything Is going gooc with the
local team and the handwriting ib on
the wall, Anderson's remaining days
in the cellar are now nu^oered. In
all probability we will be out of there
before the club returns Thursday
from Its road trip.
The fans will hardly recognize tho
team when they see It on the field
next Thureday but they will see a
better team than hae yet p;ayeu for
Anderson this year. Hip, alp, like
Too Much for Him.
A colored porter for a local druggist
wae told to go to another pharmacy to
get some cimclfago raslsmoses. He
stood, open-mouthed, and gazed at his
"boss," then asked: "Ain't tbar any
Dther name for dat?"
on the first sack yesterday and al
ready is solid with tho fana. Ho han
llea himself nicely ana when he
learns a little more about tnese pitch
era, he will be one of the best In the
Its a pity to lose Summy, bu: with
our ball tossorr. on tho club, outside
>f Harmon and McColl, ho can both
>Itch a little when Is ?eeded, the
dub can't carry any more hurlera.
It Is easily worth the price of ad
nieelon to hear Wrenn talk from his
position at short stop. Bui talk isn't
ill that boy does.
"Rip" Major is delivering the goods
or tho hom? hopes in the outer gar
ions and that Is a fact. He Is clouting
hat olid pill as well.
Martin deserves a great deal of
redit for catching such a splendid
;ame yesterday. Every out-fielder Is
tot a catcher as well, you know that
Bettcher even money we get the big
nd from Spartanburg..
The Gaffney team vrai not quito so
ock-sure -when It returned to tno vil
ano laat night. , When they got here
hey figured themselves out as world
eater*. 5. ? / ?
.Ani eveh^poor o?d"*W?tee Ha m rick
itmself couldn't stem tho tide on yes
Ingle la a good pitcher when he la
itching against teams other than An
erson. Ho does not seem to be able
0 deliver the goods- w&en faces
Ihllders, McColl, Watson, et al.
The best team this league has yet
con will spend today Id Anderson. ?
McAllister will Join the team to
morrow and will pitch mo of the
amea here during the last part of the
IS TAKING PART
Capt. F ?um Battling At His
Famous Game With World's
Champion Now In Columbia
As a battle horse scents the smell of
powder from afar and charges Into
the battle, so does ('apt. P. B. Fish
bur ue hear of an approaching checker
tournament and straightway the re
(lonblalile captain gets on the job. The
following from tile Columbia State of
yesterday tells of the Anderson man's
activity against the world's champion:
"Newell W. Hanks of Detroit, Mich.,
champion checker player of America,
arrived in Columbiai yesterday and
will spend the day in Columbia. At
8::',() o'clock tonight be wdll meet the
checker players of Columbia in a sim
ultaneous blindfolded exhibition at the
Young Men's Christian Association
building. While in the city ho is the
guest Hjf F. B. Fishburne, former
champion of the south and one of the
best known checker players In Amer
"Mr. Banks is on a playing tour of
t'.:e I'nited States, getting into trim
for Iiis match at Kansas City Novem
ber 1C with Alfred Jordan of England
for the championship of the world. He
has just attended the Southern asso
ciation's meeting at "heraw. While in
South Carolina he will also play at
Greenville and Spartanburg. During
the recent play at Cheraw he gave sev
The winner of the Banks-Jordan
match at Kansas City will prob .'oly
meet Robert Stuurt of Scotlund in
matches at the Panama-Pacific exposi
tion in November, 191 .
"Mr. Banks Is open to games with
chess playere during today, and like
wis3 a number of Columbians will
try to compete with the national einna
"At the Cheraw tournament, G. C.
Anderson of Mt. Airy, N. C, won first
place and J. W. Finklea, of Hyman,
this stato1, andi Frank Aruifleld, of
Monroe, N. C., tied for second honors.
The next meeting will be hold at
Glenn Springs in July, 1915.
"Mr. Fishburne did not play at the
Cheraw tournament as be is a former
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