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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1920.
THE NEWS SCIMITAR. ? IT' '1 NASHVILLE VOLS HERE FOR FINAL SERIES OF YEAR Chicks to Meet Ellam's Outfi v Next Four Days at Russ wood Travelers Hammer Out Win in Thursday Affray BY BOB PIGUE. Roy Ellam and hit Nashville Vol unteara arrived In Memphis early Friday n-.orning ready for the final eerlet of the 1920 baseball season In the Bluff City. Tha Vols will meet ( tha Chicks at Ruaawood Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, with the Monday contest ringing down the curtain on the local Southern league season. The Vola have changed consider ably since their last appearance In Memphis, and a flock of new faces will greet Chick fans In the opener Friday. - CHICKS DROP NINTH GAME Tn Chicks are showing; no signs of vi ramus ineir long losing; streaK, wnich has reached a total of nine consecutive games, counting the Thursday loss to mo liiiua kock Travelers at KusswooU, when the Pebble City outfit grabbed the decision, 6 to 4. To Chief Jack Lewis. Chick second baseman, and Andv Hiirh. th Trlhn's guardian of the hot corner, goes the blame for Thursday's loss, for had these two performers played errorless ball ine lriue would have humbled the in VSder8. But Hich Hnrl T.ewl eneh eon tributed an error, and these two mis cues changed the whole complexion of things and gave the Travelers a chance to slip over the knockout punch, which urn in oouDie-quicK time once the upporiunny presented itself. Manager Kid Elberfeld. t,t the Trnv elers. iused evcrv avnilnhl m.mW n his team with the exception of Kube Robinson, his star southpaw, and Rube was in the bullpen warming up ready to go in providing it was deemed neces sary. The Kid used two pinch hitters and four Pitchers hefnra hein? nhln In subdue the Chicks. The Tribe used only ten men, sending in Bob Dowie as an emergency poKer in the ninth. GET OUT IN FRONT. The two clubs traveled along on even terms until the fourth without having scored a run and with only one hit hav ing been secured. But in the fourth the aniens started on I,efty Masters, a new comer with the Travelers- After Frierson had been tossed out by Masters, Chief Lewis singled to left and Andy High pasted a single over second. Dixie Carroll drew a pass and the bags were Jammed. Polly McLarry swung at two balls, and then singled uy wano at nrst, scoring Lewis and high, with Carroll reaching third. This marked the end of Masters. .Tnn. nard relieved him and proceeded to let loose a wna pitcti that struck the plate and bounded to the stands, Car roll walking over the pan and McLarry going to second. Blschoff doubled to the left field dumn and McLrrv nrnr.il Blades stood like a statue and allowed himself to be called out on strikes, and joimuru tossea out collenberger. Rube Marshall was holding the Trav elers right along until the seventh was reached, when the Little Rockers got busy. Hunter singled to center and Wano crashed a one-bagger to right which put Hunter on third. Brottem hit a roller through Lewis' legs, scoring Hun ter. Wano tried to go to third on the error and was thrown out, Blades to High. McGlnnls singled to Collenberr ger, wno made a line stop of the ball, but McGInnis beat it out. with Brottem holding second. The double steal was then stagen, Brottem stealing: third and McGInnis second. Kid Zoellers went In to bat for Jon nard and he stood still and was called out on strikes. George Pistel was also up tnere, and he did precisely the same, taking the 3-2 count and then watching uie inira striae oe cauea witnout of fering. Scrappy Moore, the luckiest stiff In the league, when it comes to getting on base, hit a fly ball to left that fell between Harry Collenberger and Dixie Carroll, to start the eighth. Carroll was tnere ready to receive it when Coilenberger. backine ud. interfered. with the ball falling safelv between them. Harper then forced Moore at sveona, and Miller followed with a terrific crash Into the left field bleach- era for a home run, scoring Harper aneaci or mm. Hunter singled to cen ter and tried to steal second, and he had the bag stolen, but he overslld the satchel and Chief Lewis followed him and tagged him out. Wano hit a long drive to center that Carroll took after a naru run. 1 TRAVELERS WIN IN NINTH In the ninth Brottem opened with a one-base clout to left. McGinnis hit an easy hopper to High, who had Brot tem easily at second, but High threw the ban nigh and wide through Lewis, ana ine pin ronea into ngnt center, with Brottem reaehine third and Mc Glnnis second on the error. Kohlbecknr Hatted ror yellowhorse, who had suc ceeded Jonnard to start the eighth against Memphis, and Kohly fouled out to Aicirry. I It was here that George Pistel pulled I the best play of the day. The squeeze play was on. Brottem was on third. J Marshall pitched high to Distel in an I effort to break up the squeeze, but Distel reached high Into the nir and tluntnH ... hall t,,war,l th. I,v I out at first as Brottem came over with 1 the tying run. McGinnis reached third and scored the winning run when Marshall let loose a wild pitch that struck the stands. In the Chicks' half of the ninth they were facing Fields, and with two gone Blschoff singled to left, but Howie, bat ting for Blades, hoisted a long fly to Hunter for the final out. , The stands were sparsely settled, which was not surprising In view of the poor showing of the Tribe during ins past pair or weens. MILLER'S 19TH HOMER. When Blng Miller slammed out a homer In the eighth, Thursday, It was his 19th circuit clout of the year. Ho is leading the Southern In home runs by a wide margin. i This marked his second homer that' was maae in Memphis, his first ono having cleared the left-field wall. Rube Marshall appeared as strong ns horseradish until the fatal seventh started, and then he wilted. However, hifd he been accorded the proper sup port, he would have breezed in an easy winner. The Travelers kept trying to bunt on Rube with no success. In the sev enth they decided to slam the ball out, with the result that they won ihe game. Charlie High To Macks; Herndon Joins Crackers ATLANTA, Ga., Sept. 10. Charlie High, outfielder, obtained by the At lanta Southern association club this spring from the Philadelphia Ameri cans, left last night to rejoin the Ath letics. Hardin Herndon, former Atlanta out fielder, who managed the Mndalo team in the Georgia State league this season, Joined the Atlanta team yesterday. Pitcher Manners, of the 1-lndale team, wtfio Is said to have led his league in games won this year, also Joined the Cracker team yesterday. WHITE SOX WIN. CHICAGO, Sept. in Chicago, through an eighth-Inning rally that produced five runs, followed by another run In tha ninth Inning, defeated Boston 6 to 5 yesterday. The five runs came when Bush weakened. QUICK, THE NEEDLE LITTLE ROCK. AB. R. H. PO. A. Distel, 2b. ....... 4 0 0 1 1 Moore, 3b 6 0 2 0 t Harper, rf 4 11 1 0 Miller, cf 4 1110 Hunter, If. 4 l 1 3 0 Wano, lb. 4 0 1 12 1 Brottem, c 3 1 2 0 McGinnis, ss. .... 3 1 1 0 S Masters, p 1,0 0 1 3 Jonnard, p 10 0 0 1 Zoellers 1 0.. 0 0 0 Yellowhorse, p. ..0 0 0 0 1 Kohlbecker .... 1 0 0 0 0 Fields, p 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 35 5 "lO 27 14 , BRINGING UP FATHER By George McManus PAGE SEVENTEEN. f""'''"fc' '?0. t leterwutlonal Now c Fanned for .Tonnard In seventh. Fouled out f6r Yellowhorse In ninth. MEMPHIS. AB. R. H. PO. A. E. fTierson, lr. ...... 3 0 0 Z 0 Lewis, b 4 1 1 4 4 High. '3b. 4 1 1 t 1 Carroll, cf a 1 0 2 0 McLarry, lb 4 1 1 11 1 Blschoff, c 4 0 2 4 1 Blades, rf 3 0 0 1 1 Dowle 1 0 0 0 0 Collenberger, ss... 3 0 0 1 4 Marshall, p 3 0 1 0 3 Totals 31 4 8 27 15 Flew out for Blades In ninth. By Innings Little Rock ... Memphis ' R. .000 000 1221 .000 400 0001 Summary: Two-base hit Blschoff. Home run Miller. Sacrifice hits Mc Ginnls, Distel, Frierson. Stolen bases Mcuinnis z, Brottem. Innings pitched By Masters 3 1-3 with 4 runs and 3 hits (2 on, 1 out), by Jonnard 2 2-3 with no runs and one hit: by Yellowhorse with no runs and one hit. Winning; pitcher Yellowhorse. Wild pitches .lonnara, Marshall. Bases on bans Off Masters 2. off Marshall 1. Struck out By Masters .1. by Jonnard 1, by leilowhorse 1, by Fields 1, by Marshall 4. Time 1:45. Umpires Roth and urenn&n. THE FLAG CHASE HOW SHE? STAND. SOUTHERN LbAQUE. If- W. T Pet. Win. 1 .82 M .694 .79 59 Teams Little Rock . New Orleans Birmingham Atlanta MEMPHIS 65 76 Mobile 65 77 Nashville 63 8.1 .597 .575 .572 Chattanooga 672 .82 62 .5G9 59 .563 .566 461 .465 458 .462 432 .435 ..50 91 .355 .359 .690 .568 .566 .559 .458 .455 .4 .352 . AMERICAN LEAGUE. W. L. Pct.l W. Ij. Pet Cleveland 82 49 .626Boston 63 71 .470 Chicago 83 52 .615Wash'ton 69 69 .461 N. York 83 53 .610Detrolt 60 81 .383 St. Louis 64 66 .491 Phlladel. 44 87 .336 NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pct.l W T. Pet Brooklyn 77 57 .575Chlcago 67 67 .600 Cincin. 74 75 .574jSt. Louis 62 70 .470 N. York 74 59 .656(Boston 61 75 .405 Pittsb'gh 68 62 .523Phlladel. 52 80 ,394 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION T . jj. i i v. YV . JLj. jfCT St. Paul flfi 42 fiQfilTnrllnnnn 71 Ti 407 Tftlofln 71 ft R9(IIT niilaiiilU CCl 11 'fi', Minneap. 72 66 .B22!Columbus 64 80 .444 luuwau. il .131 ft., tuy os 81 .384 BASEBALL RESULTS. SOUTHERN LEAGUE. At Rlrminirhnm R tT ff Mobile 100 000 1002 ' 6 i Birmingham 200 010 lOx 4 11 : Fulton. I.uknnovic. nml Pnleman- rial. lagher and Gooch. At Nashville R.H.E Chattanooga 000 000 000 0 3 ; Nashville 200 101 no 1 IJ i Noel and iownsend; Dahlin and-Mor- row. New Orleans-Atlanta; rain, AMERICAN LEAGUE. At Cleveland New York ....... .201 000 100 4 6 2 Cleveland 11fi 1!?n fu in u c - v. . . . ....... -" ' V.A J v -m u Outnn, Collins. Mogridire. McGraw anci jiannan: uoveieskie and O Nell . At Chicago R.H.E. noston 200 001 0205 9 Chicago 000 000 0516 11 Mush and Schang: Glcotte. Wilkinson ana tscnaik. At St. Louis (First irame) R.H.TC Washington 010 100 010 0036 11 0 Bt. .Liouis U00 002 010 002 5 11 : f.rickson, Zachary and Gharritv Sothoron and Severeid. At St. Louis (Second eame R H V. wasnington ono 010 0012 8 St. Louis 000 001 000 1 K Shaw and Torres; Bayne and Billings. NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Philadelphia RITE Pittsburgh 200 001 3017 15 ( Philadelphia 000 000 2316 11 4 Ponder. Hamilton and Schmidt: Cau sey, Acenan and Tragesser. At Boston (First erame) R.H.E Cincinnati 020 010 1026 12 ( Boston 000 301 0004 9 4 Kller and Wingo; Scott and O'Neill. At Boston (Second R-ame) R.H.E Cincinnati 200 300 200 7 It ( Boston 020 004 50x 11 12 Reuther, Ring. Brenton and Wlnm. Allen: McUuillan. Townsend and Gowdy. At New York R.H.E. Chicago 000 001 2003 8 3 New York 000 000 2002 6 2 Alexander and u Farrell: Douglas and smith. At Brooklyn R.H.E St. Louis 000 200 0002 7 1 Brooklyn 011 000 llx 4 11 0 Doak and demons: Grimes and Hi ler. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Louisville 7-1, Indianapolis 6-0. Toledo 3, Columbus 2. Milwaukee 3, St. Paul 1. Kansas City 1, Minneapolis 8. WHERE THEY PLAY. SOUTHERN LEAGUE. Nashville at Memphis. Little Rock at Chattanooga. New Orleans at Birmingham. Mobile at Atlanta. AMERICAN LEAGUE. New York at Cleveland. Boston at Chicago. Washington at St. Louis. Philadelphia at Detroit. NATIONAL LEAGUE. St. Louis at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at Boston. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia. Only games scheduled. Jack Dempsey Arranges For Next Joke Bout NEW YORK. Sent. 10. .Tack Drain. sey, heavyweight champion of the world, no nis manager, jacK Kearns, arrived lere yesterday to complete negotiations with the promoters of Gunboat Smith for a match in Boston late this month. Kearns said the San Franciscan's backers would be here today io con clude an agreement on terms for the contest. He added that Dempsey was n fine shape, elated at his recent mccess in the bout with Miske. and looking forward confidently to meeting Smith. BABE RUTH BANGS 0UTJ7TH HOMER ....... ...... mitu .it iiiu wt-i tiro with New York, 10 to 4. driving Quinn and Mogridge from the box, Collins h,.lnff InLnn r1lt Viaablba V. U.. 1.1 ... n u.... hjrv.nuan IIUIL II 1 II - self sliding Into second base. New York took a lead of two runs In the first half of the first Inning, but Cleve land tied It up In the second. New York again went to the front In the third, and Cleveland tied It Bgain in tha fntirth With twn In !.,. vi.v ii, iin- linn. Smith walked. Gardner singled and Johnston tripled, (julnn was taken out and Collins stibsUtuted. Johnston at once stole home. Mogridge was batted hard In the eighth when Cleveluna s'-orea four runs and had the bases filled when Mctlraw replaced him with two out. i.utu mnur ins mn inline run Over the right field wall in lbs third in- HELLO- 1 3;'OLLM HOCA.N- VFEEl- WHX THE TbLAOtf tcy-Z .. J DVAtNCE ACE 1ST "r-, 1 WAX. 1 I'M WEARN fT IN RESPECT I J -v. p. -I NO -BUT WHO y TO HE VHFE.' FtRVT -J , ELVER. HE. WAb LEWIS ATTEMPTS TO EVEN SCORE !iinnmiiimmuiMmmnnitnuitM 1 y xxxo iiai Bob T - J-m VTTT IIMIWIHMUUIIMIUHUUIWUUIIlte "Tha Little Rock club Is going to play the post-season series with the Fort Worth Texas league club In case the Travelers win the pen nant," said Kid Elberfeld, manager of the Little Rock Travelers, who was In Memphis Thursday for the purpose of nailing another splka In the 1920 pennant pole. According to Elberfeld, as soon as the Southern league season ends, the Travelers, who are going to re main intact, are going out on a barnstorming tour for the purpose of picking up some surplus kale. As champions of the Southern league, the Travelers will naturally be an attraction anywhere, and as there are still a large number of fast semlpro teams In tha field, a se ries between the Travelers and such clubs would attract quits gang of fans. NOT LEAGUE'S BUSINESS. According to the Little Rock man ager's way of figuring, it will be none of the leagues business what the Trav elers do after the season has closed, and It is upon this assumption that the proposea series between the Texas ana Southern league pennant winners Is to oe played. The directors of the Southern league have already voted against the proposed series some time ago, and all clubs were going to abide by the decision of iiiu uueciuiu uuu iiui. uiieuiiii lu l-iiity the series. However, as was to be expected, the Little Rock officials, ever on the alert to add a few dollars to their bankroll, are going to override the league directorate, and go on and play the series. It is certain that unpleasant compli cations are going to arise out of the proposition, for the league is not yet ready to be overrun in anv such man ner, and the officials of the Little Rock club are going to discover it before they have progressed very far. Babe Ruth was reported killed In a wreck near Pittsburgh Thursday, and our telephone got a hot box it rang so much. However, about that time it ame over the wire that Bambino had ust slammed out his 47th homer, so Ihe reports of Bubes demise, like that of Mark Twain, were very much exag- geruieu. game Thursday, which Just about sets a' record for consecutive losses this season. It appears as If the Tribe Is Jlnxed for life, for everything they attempt goes against them. A faw fans were inclined to pan Chief Lewis after Thursday's defeat because Jack let a ball go through his props that cost a run. However, Jack isn't of the variety of athletes who minds a little panning, as he knows he's out there giving his best, and that's all that could be expected from anybody. , CARROLJ. ANXIOUS. Dixie Carroll, Chick renter fielder, Is getting anxious- He wants to know where he gets off. Dixie is figuring on a major league berth next season, and as yet no deal has been made which sends him to the big ring. There have been several offers for lilm, but none has reached the figure that Presi dent Thos. R. Watklns, of the Tribe, figures ha is worth. The Chicago Cubs want Carroll and have made the local club an offer for him, but evidently the Cub officials are in the market for something for nothing, as the offer they made is far below what Carroll is unquestionably worth. Carroll is the leading hitter In the Southern league and he also leads In base stealing. The reason Carroll Is the leading hit ter is because all the hits he gets credit for are legitimate ones. Over in Little Rock every time Harper and Miller got on base, no matter how rotten the error, they are credited with a hit. Bill Bren nan. Southern league umpire, said the other day that hits were easy to get by tho Little Rock players at home. This Is the reason Harper and Miller are out in front. If Carroll got lilts such u are credited to the two Travel er outfielders, he'd bo batting .400 today. CHICKS TO BARNSTORM. The Chicks are planning a little barn storming tour of their own after the Southern league season has been brought to a close. On Sunday. Sept. 13. at Russwood. the Tribe will hook up with the Polar ines, a strong amateur organization of Memphis, in a game of ball which should be one of the best ever pulled off here. The receipts will be divided between the M, A. A. and the Mem phis players. Members of tne Chicks win sell tick ets to fans every afternoon at Russ wood so as to Insure as large an at tendance as possible. Manager Jack Lewis, of the Chicks has announced that the Chicks will meet the fast Dyers burg team in a three-game series after the Southern league has been closed. The dates have not yet been defi nitely decided, but will be an nounced at the earliest opportu nity. The series promises to he a warm affair, as tho Dyersburg team Is without question one of the best in the country and has stood all other teams on their heads thus far this season. Tiny (ioodbred, ex-Chick pitcher,' Is a member of the Dyersburg hurl ing staff, and will likely oppose his old mates in one of the games dur ing the series, SETS A RECORD. The Chicks lost their ninth straight H muPA8E! -THEBEf GOES BABE'S It- ' V t Dixie Is anxious to go higher. He feels he is entitled to it. He likes Mem phis, but he wants to advance In the profession, which carries additional kale, and after all, the kale is a very Important matter In these days of H. C. L. CRACKERSGIVE up. The Crackers have given up hope of landing this season's pennant, for they have sent Charley High to the Phlla delphia Athletics. Andy High, Charley's brother, appar. ently Is doomed for another season In the Southern, as he was not plucked by any of the blg-time scouts v,ho passed this way during the season. JACK UP AGAINST IT. Jack Dempsey Is up against It. The king of maulers is all dressed up for a battlo and there's no one with whom he can mix up. Jack Is now dickering for a return go with Gunboat Smith, the veteran Pa cific coast heavy. Jack haB knocked the Gooner for a goal once before, and should turn the trick easier now than he did before. He is also after Bill Brennan, and other dubs, who are looking for the loser's end, which they will undoubted ly collect. DYERSBUiOLANKS MAYFIJELD, 3 TO 0 D YEFlSP.I'ilG, Tenn.. Sept. 10 With Tiny (ioodbred hurling Invincible ball, Dyersburg took the opener of tlie series with Mayfleld hire yesterday by ihe score of 3 to 0. (iiindhml ,,i,k- cne hit, a single by Third Baseman l!.,r'- (eaux. U"b (.moni, emajur league pitcner, hurled tur Al.iyfi.-ld, and the team was also strengthened ti h Delta leaguers. The score by InniiiKS: 11. Dyersburg inio :!uft O0 - .1 Mayfield ((0 uuu ouu 0 Unodbred and BUicI.: (If mum Gannon. BOBBY JONES IN MATCH WITH OUIMET ROSLYN, N. Y., Sept. 10. The na tional amateur golf tournament. In tho semifinal stnge at the Engineers' Country club, here today, resolved It self into a fight among American con tenders only, the lust formidable for eign Invader, Thomas D. Armour, of Scotland, having been eliminated yes terday by Francis tiuiisjet. of Boston. Tho matches today brought Ouimet against Bobby Jones, of Atlanta, and Chick Evans, of Chicago, former cham pion, against Edward P. AM, of Mil waukee. Considerable interest has been cen tered on Jonen, the youthful Southerner, who has made a remarkable fight. He is about the same age as Ouimet was in 1D13, when he won the national open title from two British professionals. Evans lias been hard pressed to gain his present position in the tourna ment, but his excellent, golf vesterday finally eliminated the former champion, W. C. rownes, Jr. OKMULGEE COPS. OKMtTLOEE. Okla., Sept. 10. Okmul gee won the second game of the West ern association post season champion ship series from Enid. Score R.H.E. Enid 2 7 S Okmulgee 8 12 0 McWuire and Lamb; Upchurch and Fromm. CHICAGO. Sept. 10. Benny Ionar!. nh' weight boxing champion, and Pal Moran, of New Orleans, have come to terms for a ten-round match at East Chicago, hid., Sept. 18, according to an announcement made hero last night by the promoters. IN S. A. C. MATCH Will Take on Battling Norfolk in Main Event Latter Gained Verdict in First Ses sion Some Time Ago. Big black Tlnky Lewis will attempt to even the score with Battling Nor folk when they meet Monday night In the main event of the weekly Southern A. C. card. In the other half of the double attraction Kid Black will take on Lester Williams, cf New Orleans. Lewis has lots to make up for as In their first engagement Plnkey picked the Battler for a lemon und ran into a slaughter. lie has been running around In circles in the Interim and has tried in seven languages to get a return date. He finally appealed to Promoter Hilly Hnack fur the first open night, and the plea was answered. Lewis will have power and bulk on his side and will be In shape also. In their previous meeting he was worn down In three rounds anil by the sixth was ready for a taxical) to keep going lie added 10 years to his life In the seventh and eighth, and was a tickled entry when the end arrived. Just what will happen Monday night remains to be seen us both lad. ar on the ground and appear to be in the best of shape. in the Hla. k-W illlHin- klt. the Kid will be fncing Lester for the first time, but the latter is coming here with a fine reputation and expects to slip in with another victory. Black has been without a good op ponent for Home time, but Is ready for a stiff battle, and expects to win. Sev eral prelims will complete thualiuw. - v PRAISES DELMONT. P. Hurry Kelly, ffe-h from a trip through the East, is bubbling over with praise for Gene Delmont, local light weight, following his sensational battle recently with Willie Jackson, pride of the East. P. Harry was a spectator st the tussel and describes It as the best he ever has witnessed. "When Delmont left the ring he was accorded the greatest demonstration I ever saw. Fans Jumped Into the ring and carried him on their shoulders and members of the state boxing commis sion personally praised him for his work. lie nan JacKson s eyes an dui closed and marked him badly. At tho same time Willie had the shade." ALEX PITCHES AND HITS CUBS TO WIN NEW YORK, Sept. 10 Masterly pitching and a timely hit by Alexander enabled Chicago to defeat New York yesterday. to i. The Giants failed to get a hit until the sixth Inning and then scored two runs In the seventh by hunching three hits, one a lucky double by King. Douglas also pttcned well but In the seventh a hit by Pask ert and Bancroft's error of Deal's grounder put the Cubs In a position to win. I lot Ii runners scorea on Alex anders hit to right. lY 'iBMa At : Are not merely $25, $3 and $45 Suits. J Most any store will sel you a suit for $25, $35 oiJ $45. But it's the VALUl YOU GET and not th price mark that counts, j X Ii AKKRA TJ SI ATI WD AY NASHVILLE vs. MEMPHIS X GAME CALXKD AT 4 P. M. (Cf Tickets On Sale at Bucklngham-Ensley-Carrlgan Co. V V anj Pantaia vera I I E. :i 1 1 3 ami ROBINS GET FIRST. BROOKLYN', Sept. 10. 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