CKS II Hi
Tuero Defeats Lookouts in
Opener,' While Webber
I Holds Chattanoogans in
I CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Sept if
, Memphis won the firat game of dou'
tle-neader from Chattanooga yeeter
'day. S to 1. and tied the second. 1 to 1
:Ter waa strong In the first game and
;Tork had a bad inhlng. York attempt
ed to pitch the second gam, but gave
tray to vines. Koreman saved the set
end game for Memphis in the fifth,
with a long throw 10 the plate, retiring
'pudley with what weuld have been the
- winning run. score:
'34 FIRST GAME.
AB. R. H. TO. A. B.
Frlerson; If. ' 5 0 6 2 0 0
Foreman, rf 1 n 1 1 0 0
High, 3b 4 1 1 2 9
J CarrolK cf, ...,...,3 1 i 3 1 0
McDarry. lb. 4 1 S IS 0 6
- Blades, Zb 3 0
Cnllenberger, SB. ,.4 0
Taero, p. .,,.,...4 0
.35 t 10 27 13 0
AB. K. rl. I'U.
Bhay. cf. ........ i
Dudley, ss 4
Townaend. lb. ....4
Bratchl, If 3
Oleaeon, 2b 4
Graff, 3b 4
Johnson, rf. .. ...8
Netderkorn, c. .... 3
York, p. ..2
' Totals ..........33 1 6 27 10 1
x Batted for York In ninth.
Memphis 003 000 0003
Chattanooga 000 100 0001
Rummnrvf Twn-b.e hit McLarry.
Sacrifice hits Blades, York. Stolen
base Cilcason. Double plays Shay to
Townsend; Nelderkorn to Townsend.
Struck nut Ttv York 3. bv TUerO 3.
Bases on balls Off York 3, off Tuero
S. Time 1:40. UmDlreB Gifford and
Frlerson, If 4 0 I
Foreman, rf 4 0 0
High, lib 3 0 2
Carroll, cf 3 0 1
McLarry. lb 2 0 0
Dowie, c 3 1 1
sayHlades, 2b 3 0 0
" Collenberger, ss. ..3 0 1
Webber, p 2 0 1
totals ..26 1 1
, Dudley, ss. ...
' Townnend, lb.
Bratchl. If. ..
Gleason, 2b 3
Graff, 3b. . 2
Johnson, rf. I 3
Neiderkorn, c 2
York, p 2
Vines, p. .". 1
PO. A. E.
1 1 0
2 0 0
7 0 0
2 0 0
2 1 0.
1 2 0
TO. A. E.
2 8 0
4 3 1
0 0 1
0 0 0
21 10 8
flu Trmlnes H'
,;, i,i 010 000 0
Chattanooga" i . . . . .000 U10 0-1
(Called end ytn, aaraiieisB.
o hdo Kits rinie. r?ol-
lenberger. Carroll, Frlerson. Double
.. ... Ml- ..nnnmlatnA U'nhhr tn
Collenberger to McLarry. Hits Off York
6 in 5 innings, 2 on none out in sixth.
Bases on balls-Off Webber 2, off York
1 off Vines 2. Struck out By ork 3,
by Webber 1. Hit batsman By Webber
liraii. Time i.iu.
THE FLAG CHASE
The Southern leaf u pennant rae
that was decided Wednesday was
on of the greatest In the history of
the association, for four clubs had
chance at the flag even up until the
final week of the race.
In the aeason of 1004 Memphis
beat out Little Rock by two points.
With their percentage being .68 and
In 1908 Nashville and New Or
leans staged a gruelling battle, that
was only decided on the final day,
with Nashville finishing with a per.
centage Of .673 as compared to New
These art the only eleie races the
league has had In tha long years of
PELS SET HIGH MARS.
The New Orleans Pelicans set thi
high-water mark in percentage In 1911
when thev finished with .700. How
ever, only TO games were played that
year on account of the world war.
During a full season the highest per
centage ever compiled by a Southern
league club wan .666. made by rash
ville In the season of 1602. when they
won su games and lost 4v.
Babe Ruth failed to connect with Ms
fiftieth home run Thursday, and Little
Dick Kerr, ei-Trlhesman, now pitch
ing for the White Sox, fanned the great
Bambino with two Yanks on the paths
Jack Lewis. Chick manager, had been
hoping ever since he asKiirfied control
of the Tribe that he would at least
have the Chicks oh even terms with a
B00 percentage by the lime the season
But this hone has been forever dashed.
for the Chicks have only three more
games to play and they are six games
behind the .500 mark, having won 70
and lost 76.
The Tribe of Lewis will wind un in
Chattanooga Saturday with a double
header. They are booked to Dlav only
a single game fnaay.
The Memphians will hustje home and
get ready to entertain the Polarlne All
Stars in en exhibition contest at Russ-
wood Sunday afternoon starting at
TUERO BACK TO CUBA.
Senor Oscar Tuero, Chick right
bander and a native of the land
of hooch, says he is going to return
to Cuba Immediately after the 19g0
baseball season ends.
Tuero says Its summertime all tha
time there and that he Intends play.
Ina ball all winter, returning to the
United States when spring comes,
Tuero says he msnsges to make a
tomfortable living during the winter
y playing ball, and that ha has al
ready signed up for a season with
one of the leading teams on the
Tuero will return to the Trlba
next spring. He was one of the
most effective pitchers the club had
this season, and along with Hy
Fow!ke will go a long ways In mak
ing up a crack pitching staff.
Tuero Is a former spltbsll pitch
er, but seems to get along all right
without the moist ball.
HOW THEY STAND.
XHT T. Tt t W. Ij. Pet
i. itai. 7-li'.snft Memhhls 70 76.479
NT nri'i,. ii 1 .S79I. Mobile 67 M .444
Atlanta 81 62 .677Nasliville 64 88 .421
B ham bu t( .btiu nooga u .aw
W. L. Pet: W. L. Pet.
Cleveland 86 62 ,623Boston 66 76 .468
N. York 88 64 .519 Wash'ton 61 73 .466
Chlc-Hgo 86 55 .610Dctroit 54 84 .391
fci. Louis 68 61) .497l'hiladel. 46 93 .331
W. L. PCI. W. Ju. FCI.
Brooklyn 86 58 .G95Chicago 69 73 .490
Cin'nati 75 60 .556ti. Louis 66 75 .464
N. York 77 tt .554Boston 68 77 .421
Pittsb'Kh 72 65 .6241 PhiladcJ. 64 84 .391
W. L. Pct.l W. L. Pet
St. Taitl 104 60 ,682IOulsvlUe 72 74 .494
Mimical). 79 68 .53SiMil'kep , 71 48 .40
Toledo 76 72 .614 Columbus 67 91 .380
Indianap. 76 75 .D04. City 53 95 .34i
At Little Kock It.H.E.
Niisliville 000 023 0005 11 1
Little Rock 100 010 0002 4 2
Htathain and Newell; Robinson, Jon
nard and Brottem, Kolilbecker.
At Birmingham R.H.E.
.Atlanta 013 000 1005 12 1
Birmingham W0 ouo Uuo 5 1
Bukhs and Mills; Gallagher, Coffindaf
fer ami Goocfi. .
At Mobile R.H.E.
New Orleans 300 009 1015 10 2
Mobile 3U0 OUl 000 4 6 2
W.'illter, Vance, Matthcson and De
berry; Haid and Ponds.
At Chicago R.H.E.
New York 000 002 0103 9 2
Chicago 040 001 30x 8 13 1
yulnn, .Mogridge, Collins. McGraw
and Hannah; Kerr and Schalk.
At Cleveland R.H.B.
Washington OflO 000 0000 4 0
Cleveland NI0 000 Olx 1 3 1
Zachary and Gharrlty; Mails and
At Detroit R.H.E.
Boston 002 030 010 0-6 8 0
Detroit H21 000 030 17 12 8
Bush, I'ennock and Schang: Crumpler,
Conkwright and Stanage, Manion.
At St. LouiB lt.n.t,.
Philadelphia ..110 000 020 04 12 1
St. Louis 11 000 002 015 12 2
Harris, perry and Perkins; Deberry,
Solhoron und Billings.
NATIONAL LEAGUE. '
At Philadelphia R.H.E.
Chicago 003 030 0030 12 2
Philadelphia 201 002 0005 13 1
Vaughn, Alexander and OKarrell;
Hubbell, Enzman, Causey and With
row. At New York, First Game R.H.E.
Pittsburgh 000 002 0013 8 1
New York 000 000 1001 4 1
Hamilton and Schmidt; Barnes, Doug
las and Snyder.
Second Game R.H.E.
Pittsburgh 000 000 0000 1 0
New York 110 000 1) 4 7 0
Ponder and Schmidt; Nchf and
At Boston, FlrPl Game R.ff.E.
Ft. Louis 020 002 f00 4 10 0
Boston 100 200 0003 0
Goodwin, Sherdell, Lyors, Iwmtc ttftd
Clomons; Scott, Miuilln, tt. Town
send and fiowdy.
econd Came- B r.
ft. Louis 200 00 ffl 3 0
fe,ton 002 OOP 0i It 0
llalnes ansj (jreisenmecK. a.enios;
Oeschgr and O Neill. ..
At Brooklyn n.n.K.
Cincinnati 100 020 0003 10 1
Brooklyn 300 001 lOx S 10 1
Reuther, Fisher and Wingo; Urlmes
Polly MclArry. Memphis first base
man, is going to return to his home
ann seti insurance during the winter.
foiiy nas a spiel that would sen i
policy to a clear store Indian, and al
ways manages to keep the -wolf several
blocks from the family doorstep each
winter following this line.
Manager Jack Lewis says he is going
ro worn m a general merchandise ator!
uritll baseball opens un next snrinr.
Jack is an expert in this line, and is
widely known in Steubenvllle. O., where
he resides. He sells everything from
a yara oi gingnam to a jug or sorghum
In answer in a rennest from m tannl
fan to turn the snotliKht on William
Tllden. II, the great tennis player, we
nave aug up tne following information
Tllden was bom In 1B03, and there
fore is 27 years old. but he is a vet
eran In service, havinir been mixed
in the game since he was seven years
old. It was not until the summer of
1917 that he beran tn attract anv nar
tioular attention, although he had been
regarded as at times a most dangerous
opponent for any one.
Then came the season of 1918. Tildcn
started early, went through 11 tourna
ments. In the courso of which he played
60 matches and hung up the unequaled
record of not having lost one of them.
Unfortunately the Phlladelphlan Injured
one of his lees shortly before the na
tional chaninionpblps arrived, but ny
sheer pluck and gameness he fought his
way to the final round, where he was
beaton by uooert Jiinmey Murray, me
left-handed Californian. So badly ab
scessed was tha leg by this time mat
Tllden went to a hospital immediately
after he was beaten and was forced to
remain there several days.
Tllden a 6 feet 1 nch in height an
possesses a reach In proportion. His
B-reatest asset, as may be Judged. He
In abl tlv to cover couri ai nign speeu
with apparent ease and to play a ret
nns lion successiuny uecause ui ni
great reacu. nio nuwc.,, wn-
stitutes his greatest form. He defeated
... ...I.,. 1. II. .n...l.ln.n V. i a
jonnsion nun it. im uuihwi,m.-o m
with an- assortment of strokes Whi
surpass that of any other player. His
chop stroke is a marvel of efficiency
and no is qcaniy at inrnman wmn.
In The American
Cleveland slipped Into first place in
the American league pennant race
Thursday while the battle between the
other two contenders, Chicago and New
Vnl. .aul.llAJ in a ..Miirv for tllR White
Sox. Brooklyn widened the gap sep
arating it from i incinnaii m six iuu
u arot-tn firt hlnnd ill the
series with tho Reds. The New York
Nationals who split even wnn j-iiis
hurcrh. are still a mathematical possi
Tha Cleveland Americans were ne:a
to three hits by Zachary of Washing
ton, but the Indians scored the only
...II.. ... .ntilual a n A thftif m U7 left.
L.VII.V Jl 111 vw.ntou ...... -
bander. Mails, blanked the Senators with
lour hits. Chicago pulled .ew lora
from Its top position by batting wuinn
and Collins hard In the opening contest
oi tneir series.
ii.w.l,.u K'd .),, nltolinr Pimttier
lnMted nnlv one-third of an inning be-
lore me onrusn oi nrooKiyn. urimes oi
the Superbas yielded a run in the iirst
inning and two In the fifth when Dau-
l...rl m.-iilM u hnme run hill nefi t terefl
the hits in the other Innings. If Brook
lyn wins six ot us eleven remaining
games, the Keds, to nose them out
would nave 10 win sixteen ot meir is
remaining games and the Giant's task
would be fifteen straight with no defeats.
Kansas City 8, St. Paul 6.
Jjoulsville 6. Columbus 1.
lilwaukce 9, Minneapolis L
WITH THE SEMI-PROS
At Dyersburg. Tenn Tl.H.E.
Annlston 000 002 1 10-4 4 4
Dyersburg 002 011) 2005 8 3
Bradshaw and Gray; Cooper and
At Sharon, Tenn., 6; Dresden 2.
At Flora, Miss R.H.E.
Flora 1 2 3
Raymond 0 1 1
WBtBE TSTE1 PLAY.
Memphis at Chattanooga.
N,shville at Little Rock.
Atlanta at Birmingham.
Washington at Cleveland.
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
New York at Chicago.
Boston at Detroit.
BRINGING UP FATHER By George McManus
CoD'cht. 1920, bv International Ntwa I'rvice.
DON'T TOO DARE TO CiN
ANY OT YOOft ROWD" FRIENDS OP
in this NEMoHoen- i nove:6
MERC SO fOO WON'T eE tSEAR t
THEM. . '
IN -bPlTE OF
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AH! 1 HEAR.O THE
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1 MUH.6oTTHE MR. DttST"Y O en
' C.EMTLEMAN ll4 TUB XMO ;
,. . i i y v j - y III
S-r L jA VI hH U V'V i
I1ID0 MI1U TLUUUII0
FOLARINES CERTAIN OF GIVING CHICKS
A HARD BATTLE IN SUNDAY'S EXHIBITION
TO 1V1EET SATURDAY
Polarlne Rlflht Fielder.
That the Memnhls baseball team will
meet strong opposition Sunday next at
Russwood park when the Memphis team
clashes with the Polarlne Au-atars
seems to be a certainty.
Heretofore tne games wnicn tne mem
phis team have booked with the ama
teurs at the end of the season have
been with a team picked from the va
rious olubs about tne city, rnis nas
resulted In no team play and hardly a
fair chance the amateurs would have
against the. seasoned players of the
Memphis club. This year the Mem
phis team will be called on to meet a
team of youngsters who are united in
their opinion that they will down the
Chicks. The boys have the right to
be chesty about their prowess, as It is
a safe prediction to say that the Pol
arlne team as it now stands without a
single change In their lineup would
trim any amateur aggregation In the
South in a single game or a series
of games. Behind the bat the Polarlnes
are extremely well fortified with Met
teer. In the box they have Bradley,
Terry and McCahe. All are first string
pitchers and could easily play profes
sional ball, and McCabe and Terry did
play with the Delta league during the
hottest part of the campaign, which
was the last three weeks of the sea
son. McCabe and Terry alternate at
Hale a Keystoner.
Hale of the Belzonl Delta league cham
pion clubs covers the keystone posi
tion. Mulllkln, who covers the short
field, is the most finished fielder in
Memphis at this writing, and according
to the followers of baseball ha is more
certain on ground balls than Prothrft,
the sensational shortstop of the Dyers
burg team, who is a Memphis boy.
Mullikin hits below Prothro and yet Is
a good hitter. Mullikin's fielding is
head and shoulders above the fielding
of amateur shortstops as well as pro
fessionals and should star in Sunday's
game. Harry Clssell handles the third
corner for the Polarlnes. Clssell has
long since been considered the best
third sacker in Memphis, and along With
this carries one of the smartest base
ball brains in amateur baseball. His
good right arm cuts off many safe hits
down his way and It is certain that
anything knocked to him will be heaved
to first ahead of the runner if anyone
can do the trick. In the outfield the
Polarlnes have Townsend, Tefft and
Lynn. Townsend is a reliable fielder
and should hold up his end of the stick
work. Tefft is also a clever fielder
and a slugger in addition. His pres
ence in the outfield strengthens the
Polarines fully 50 per cent. Lynn, who
covers right for the Polarines, is a sure
fielder and hits extremelv well, espe
cially in the pinches. He is a St. Louis
youngster who was developed with Andy
riign, Muaay nuei ana others and pro
poses to enter professional ball next
The nmateur association will get a
slice of the gate receipts while the
greater portion goes to the Metnnhta
players. It is proposed to start tha
game nt nonges tiem at 4 p.m. in or
der that the fans who attend the first
game at Hodges field will be able to
reach Russwood park for the big game
If a third game Is not necessary at
Hodges field to decldo tha city championship.
Important Contest Booked for
' Hodges Field and City
Championship May Hinge
The Nibs and Ploughs will meet on
Saturday afternoon at Hodges field at
3 o'clock, in a game that will have much
to do with the winning or losing of tho
citv amateur championship.
Willie Harris will hurl for the Nibs,
while Johnnie Day will do the pitch
ing for the P.oughs. In case either the
Nibs or Ploughs win the Saturday
game and then win the first game of
Sunday s aoubie-neaaer, mey win oe
the citv chanmions.
All children win bo admitted tree, as
rill Blavers on the two teams. A
jmall admission will be charged for
other players and spectators.
SEASON ENDS AT
MOBILE WITH LOSS
xmmT.tr. a in . Knf IT The South
ern association baseball season ended
here yesterday afternoon with a victory
for New Orleans over the Bears by the
score of 5 to 4. Two games had been
scheduled hut rain prevented tne aecono
contest. Mobile lost the game despite
the fact that they drove Dixie Walker
and Dasv Vance from the bog in the
early innings. Matteson finished for
New Orleans and won over nam wi
was entitled to win but lost through
Cops Title When Lewis Hardy
Retires After Sustaining In
jury by Tearing Tendon.
Fred Smlthwlck is the singles tennis
champion of Memphis. In the cham
pionship match Thursday between
Smlthwlck and Lewis Hardy, played
r.n 1 lie courts of the New Memphis
Tennis club, Hardy was obliged tn retire
after straining a tendon in his left foot,
which gave. Smithwlck the match and
t ile. S.nithwick had taken the first and
second i.,uts 8 and 6-u, while Hardy
had won tho third 7-5. They were on
the fourth set which stood 2-1 deuce In
S.nlthwlck's favor when Hardy sus
tained his accident.
Roth Hardy and Smlthwlck were
playing brilliant tennis when the acci
dent occurred, and a good gallery of
spectators were witnessing the play.
SmithwU'k was the city champion in
1'JlS, and there was no tourney in 191!).
THIS WOULD SURELY
PROVE SOME RACE
MONTREAL, Sept. 17 The Kenil
worlh Jockey club, through Its general
manager, A. M. Orpen, has offered a
purse of $50,000 and a gold cup for a
match race between the famous race
horses. Man o' War, Sir Barton and
Exterminator, it was announced here
J. K. L. Ross, owner of Sir Barton,
is was said, lias accepted the offer. The
race, if arranged, would be run at the
Windsor club track, st the October
meeting, at a mile nnd a quarter.
VOLS BEAT CHAMPS;
GEORGE DISTELL HURT
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Sept. 17.
Statham held Little Rock to four hits
and Nashville won, 5 to 2. Poor sup
port in the fifth and a series of scratch
hits In the sixth enabled Nashville to
score five runs off Robinson. In the
first Inning Dlstel, Little Rock second
taseman, broke a bone Ir his right foot
sliding into the plate. The injury will
put him out for the year.
MIXUP RESULTS IN
TULSA. Okla . Sent. IT J. C. Letch
er, of Tulsa, president of the Western
association, last night announced thst
club owners of the association would
meet here next Wednesday to consider
the controversy resulting frnpi the sev
enth game of the post-seoscn champion
ship series played at Knld Wednesday
and won by Knld from Okmulgee.
Letcher declared last night that as he
had ordered the game played at Ok
mulgee, it was only an exhibition con
test and did not decide the champion
ship of the association.
EMI), Okla., Sept. 17. No more
games will be played in the Western
association post-season championship. .T.
H. Shaw, acting president of the Knld
viuu. urtiairu jnnuiufl,,. lie ann. niai
Knid players were dismlused for the
season after Wednesdays game and
that Dick Cooley, manager of the Ok
mulgee team, pain nil men and dls
until next year.
KELLY IS NEXT
REAL TEST FOR
New Orleans Lad Will Tackle
Local Flyweight Monday
Night in Main Event of
Weekly Card at S. A. C.
. -. a ili n Vau. HrUinv la the
next test fir Young Dempsey, the Mem
phi flyweight. The invader will tackle
.......,...., ..i..nHV nit.i in the mam
event of the weekly card al the South
ern A. I.. ,
Kelly comes to Memphis with the
reputation of being an aggressive en-
Ii rv mm & .v -
claims to pack dynamite In either hand
and wniie ne never nns "
street with his explosives, h thinks he
can rock Dempeey to sleep Instead
I nis is nis oojci'i. hjiiw.
After his wearing skit with Tommy
I Sanders 1'empsey voted himself a rest
and Monday night will mnrK tne ursi
tune he has taken on opposition In a
scheduled affair. Meanwhile, however,
he has remained In trim and has kept
Ms swatting eye property anuiim
alien cliins. He looks fit and fine and
b'lievea he has learned a worm ui
stulf since his last exniomon.
llnM.M nt rinwuiili. fOUOnnS fof last
,... .l I...,. auufi to ex-
IWetlK MM'" linir -
change them as soon as possible for
Itbe iiempsey-iveuy snair, in
avoid confusion. It week's program
was interrupted worn i nmmi
Referee Hnack caught lr.an. King.
IsorfoiK and iwu in wni. n
no.d as n lOu per cent frame. He
stopped both events and Invited fans
hack for another show. Holders of
general admission ticneis win n
the exchange at tha bo! ofilce Mon
JOHNNY DUNDEE TO
MEET WEUNG FRIDAY
I IS lUniV, rrio. ... '' '
1 portent Doxing mumi ....-. -- .
Walker law. which ''''' 11hwhU",2
I bouts in Iew loriv '" -" .-h, K-"
In Madison Square garden tonight J be
Iween Johnny Dundee, of New lnrt.
and Joe failing, m .
era agreed to ins ni"
I . . . ill. .hnmAnn.
lf'oH,eUCinrd McCoy. rtf Ve".
BATTLE TO 1-1 DRAW.
ORLANDO, Via., 1W1ld??2lt
nennant of the Boum li..ml. vt
,even-game . . Tn,
2J Si.; Columbia, won J I: Tampa
SI., & S-'tSE
by Innings; ft M B.
Tampa . nnn onn filO 00-1 I 1
Craig and "Nance; Whitney. Qoalln
ED GEERS BADLY
HURT IN SYRACUSE
STRACL'SK, N. T.. Sept. 17. Edward
F. r' Pop") Geers was injured here yes
terday afternoon when he was thrown
from his sulky in the third heat of the
2:07 trot at the Grand circuit races. He
drove Wiklwl to finish in second place
and just as the horse crossed the finish
It stumbled and fell, throwing Geer.H
heavily to the trark. His condition is
said not to be serious.
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JERSEY PITT. N. J.. Sept. 17. Willie
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a twelve round bout here last night.
Jackson welshed 133 nound and hi'
opponent 131. The New-Yorker had I
height and reach on Delmont and ad
ministered much body punishment.
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