The Dallas Express (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 33, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 3, 1922 Page: 7 of 8
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THE DALLAS KSTRKSS DALLAS TKXAS. SATURDAY JUNE 8 1022.
GIANTS LOSE DOUBLE TILT
Black Panthers Rally After Saturdays
Game and Grab Both Ends of a Double-
Header. Jim Liggins Work Shows Class.
Byrd Long Turned in Visitors Only Victory.
After breaking the season's record by annexing sixteen suc-
cessive victories the rapid firing machine of the unconquerable
Dallas Black Giants went down in defeat Sunday to Lowery Jones'
herd of Black Panthers. Both games of a double bill going to
Invasion of local haunts called for threegames ; the visitors
grabbed the first one Saturday 4 to 2 with the veteran Byrd-1
Iiong in the saddle and the speed merchant Reed laboring on the
mound for the opposition. And the Cats came back and the rej-
sult of a double win followed.
First game of the double bill was 5 to 4 and the second was;
6 to 3.
Alexander and Liggins were the winning heavers for the
Panthers while Pitchers Ming and Long were the pilates of the
ill fated ship Dallas Black Giants.
DALLAS 4l FT. WOltTH 2.
Fort Worth June L The Dallas
Black Giants defeated the local en.
.try of the Texas Colored League In
the first tilt of a three game series
here Saturday Lonir was given gilt-
edge support while pitcher Reed work.
Ing for the locals was as wild as a
Texas broncho at times.
Timely hitting by Reuben Jones
Bob Sloan and Catcher Carrlngton
was easily the features of the oc-
casion; Joe Goodrich's sensational
fielding stunts come In for much of
Dalla AB R H PO A E
Sloan m 5 1 2 3 0 0
Ooodrlck 3b 5
Jones rf 4 1
J. Williams 2b 1
Carrlngton 0 4
Wens. 1 1
Hamilton sa 1
Long p 1
L. Jones lb 4
Childress 2b .... 3
Boyd as 1
Gee c rf 4
Prince e 2
Johnson If 4
Barnett m. 4
Reed p 4
Fuller rf 8
4 8 25 It 8
7 28 18
Two-base hits Barnett
-j-nree o" . nn mct v-i ih.i...
finirtflA hits Hamilton. tJOOurlCn.
J Wl llama Prince HIU "and runs
Reed 8. hits; 2 runo. 9 Innings.
Hit. and runs off Long. 6 hits; 2
runs 9 Innings
Struck out by Reed 5; by Long 2.
Bases on ball by Reed 1. Batsman
hit by Reed 1; wild pitches by Reed
1; Left on bases Dallas 2; by Fort
Worth 8. . . .
Double mays uooaricn in wwn.
to Goodrich. J. William to Hamilton
to. TBV 'IE? .f. -Bam 1 hUr
"uf" sr"- ... i .
nm t a . vast wniiTH .
DALLAS 4 FORT .
Five big fat and
nind the elongated
Dallas' star pitchers
of a double matinee
whole story of how
tory was donated to the tribe of
iv.t ii t . .... -
. J. . i mSI u
iS Ia r . IZ "i. x i B iJL Tit?!
drew first blood In round one andThe
arew nrat diooq in rouna one ana inn
maxwell Ilgurea in me principal roil
of scoring the locals first three runs.
The home team scored again In the
4 th with Carter
The visitors were blanked in their
half of the fourth.
In the last half of the sixth the'
Panthers 'heavy artillery was again '
In action. Gee polled a safe drive
and was forced St second by Johnson
Maxwell advanced Johnson with a
Johnonn going to third baso on
Gcorgeiwon's high throw to second
and scoring later oa Fuller' long
fly to Carrlngton; giving the home
squad a 6 to 1 lead over the Giants
and thus ended the scoring.
With blood In their yes the Vlsl-i
tors-came back In the first of the'
seventh and staged a rally Owens
singled and was called out at first
base Hamilton and Carrlngton singl-
ed In SllrOHflion. Mlnir' nut tn a flaM.
er's choice Sloan drives one over left
field wall for a homer scoring Hamll.
ton and Carrlngton ahead of him.
Goodrich hoisted for the final out
ino rally fell short one run.
A desnerate effort in the first half
of the ninth' wa. staged by the vlsl-
tors to mako good their claim with
the bases loaded Alexander was in
trouble and w - afterwards sent to
his dressing room Jim Liggins finish
iik mc game in grana siyie oy re
tirim? the visitor. In order.
The "sore: '
Dallas ... AB R I
Cloan. m 4 2
Goodrich 3b 6 0
R. Jones rf ..4 0
J. Willlamsib 4 0
F. Williams c 8 0
Owens lb 4 0
Hamilton s. .4 1
Harris If 8 0
Ming p 3 0
Carrlngton. If .... ..2 1
Long ....1 0
Total 37 4
s.. U..1. i a!.. 14
round one and secured three tallies ro"n"n P siooa i.ui ai me premioro fourth positions on the scholastic dl-
Ind a-avS themselves a two run lead wnen we wltne"ed the ahow but even vision headed by Bordentown (N. J.)
lT 3onlt Carter 5e? Johnson and the moKt Pelmlstlc are of the opin- Manual Training School.
L. Jones carter uee jonnson ana . . ft tne neceMary pruning .
PO A B
9 0 0
2 0 1
7 0 1
9 0 0
3 0 1
0 0 0
0 0 1
0 0 0
14 18 i
10 "o 'o
3 2 0
5 5 0
2 0 0
2 4 2
8 0 0
2 2 0
27 18 8
Fort Worth .
L. Jones lb
Carter 2b . ."
Johnson if .
Fuller rt' ....
Totals . . . .
100 000 300-
S00 110 000 X 6
Two base hits: I. Williams. Maxwell
Caiter Johnson. ..
Home runs: Solan. I
Sacrifice hits: Goodrich. Long-.
Hits and runs off Ming- 9 hits S
runs- 9 innli:gs.
Hits and runs off Alexander 13
hits 4 runs 8 1-3 innings.
Hits and runs off Liggins 0 hits 0
runs J-S Innings. ...
Struck out by Ming by Alexander
8 bv Alexander. 1 (So-
.i.i.mm hit hv Minr 1. (L. Jones)
Left on bases Dallas ; oy "
Time or frame z nours in roiuuico.
Umpires "Whitlow and Lane.
DALLAS S FORT WORTH 6.
The second game of Sunday's fra-
w.ento the Pant X -"COr9
of 6 to . 4. w.. ...
dv .nrwra.. i. "". "V .low of Bachelor of Science and also a
V?f ?nd.f.t.wh2 wain for Mon- teacher's course in manual tiainlng. Mrs. O. O. Sn.rley 2i Clark St
the Giants to catch the uain for Monv He wag accornpftnlcd nome by hls.Vcturned last wc?k from Prairie View.
roS.'. . 'mother Mra S. Hawkins who at- where she has been attending school.
: : : :
Batteries: Long and Williams Lig-
gins and Gee.
Two-base hits: Boyd J. Williams;
three base hits: Gee Harris R. Jones.
Sacrifice hits: Jones 1
Htruck out by Long S by Liggins 3
Ilatsman hit by Long: L. Jones.
Left on bases Dallas 2 by Fort
Double plays: Carter to Jones.
Time of game 1 hour and 30 min.
Umpire: Whitlow and Lane.
Sixteen straight wins are not so bad
0 If the Giants did lose four in a row I on the other side of the pond but
n on their foreign invasion. I Mulling for some reason which the
1 Under the strain of such overwhelm Colored people will never know seem-
n success any ' team will likely crack ed to be perfectly satisfied to play
j I under such trying ordeal. This is a. a waiting game. These be changed
1 feat that Is hard to duplicate. times and If the days of Jack John
n I First Baseman. Owen and Catcher son called for drastic measures such
Carrlngton of the Giants are Improv-1 action Is much more necessary now
Ing In their hitting department. These; than at the 'time Johnson followed
two birds have regained the use of .Tommy Burns and forced him to dis-
0 their batting lamps. card a title to which he had no claim.
0! Well Lowery Jones' herd' of Pan- As we have often times remarked the
0 thers gave the local squad a nice lav white brother will only give us a
0 Icing. Well that's not so bad after all.1; chance to fight when "democracy" Is
0 ' Jerry Williams Reuben Jones and In danger.
O.the original Bob Sloan constitute -the I It must be ' remembered that Dempr
1 1 Giant wrecking machine. Isey is looking for as big a purse as
0 Joe Goodrich local star third sacker possible. He wants a half million.
0 Is the leader in the fire-works brigade Mulling wants something for Wills
Ojand usually starts devilment upon the and where will you find promoters
1 1 opposition.
Mr. and Mrs. rnimp Betters announce
the marriage of their daughter Jane
v m r n..
nesday. July 8. 192L Be home after
'June 5. 2612 North Central avenue.
NOT UP TO EXPECTATIONS.
(Preston News Servlco)
new x orK viiy June i. i no v;re-
oi. o me. evue. a mucn tamea oi
S.UeUCa "urKe.umece'a? thli"
ole Follies Revue." a much talked of
layette on Monday night and while
It did not come upto expectations it
h tho v. h Hinlv
ery garrish costumes and the other
?. . . ..un- Vv.ii. ....
Juicy error be- nJc?f"ar? hab.vlmenti r a" Z8 Ha"h Schools are accumulating
jimy errors oe i.. kin that white men backina . .n..n. j
ien"the tgame Bch pr.Oxluctl.0J. ihe'ex5ay1 are fiK"y garnered at the Hampton Institute
. Sunday. tellf thS a"e 'hv.e LS ha". iit..'x! oromlnent Colored Institutions.
the 5 tO 4 VlC- Al .k. 4- TU lalAO .rlrllttnn. iho lnt Wr
something new all the time even games at Hampton Va. where How-
from the Colored brother now the.ard's team scored 46 points to finish
age in theatrical circles here. second to Hampton In the collegiate
ht appreciation for the wrth cIa and Dunbar made 19. Armstrong
how wam aiirniftii in it ' j at e i j
" v.. v. v. w - - . ---
- which ha oicnerlnnred
5n 'nrl.hv . olni the
snow will ihkb us mn who wi
the beBt 0 tne
later day musical
DO WELL IN BICt MEETS.
(Preston News Service)
Washington D. C June 1. -Track Dunbar won the pole vault and high
and field athletics of Howard Unl- jump while Levi of Armstrong took
verslty and Dunbar Armstrong and the naif-mile run.
. CLOSING EXERCISES.
Texarkana Texas June 1.
Beginning last Sunday with the
preaching of the baccalaureate ser.
it 7inn Ha Mat church bv
Rev. S. E. Rankin and continuing
throughout ending1 Thursday evening
with the prenentatlun of diplomas to
eight graduates the city of Texarkana
witnessed the the greatest commen-
cement season or Its nistory.
Commencement exercises were held
a the Oak Street Baptist church
which was filled to capacity by par-
ents and friends of the graduating
class. The following program was
1. Instrumental Duet
Misses Easton ana f earonce
. ...Rev. A. M. Plant
-.i -..i rih
4 Oration "A Greater Nation" ....
Helen I. Cobb
g Oration "By St ops. Not by Leaps"
Reelnald H. Merritt
6 Silent Now (Baicarolle)
T Oration "True Alms of Educa
tion Thoma E. Strong-;
I. Oration "Seed Time anu Mar-
vest Katharine B. Jones
9. Solo "Good-Bye" Tolstl
Mra L. V. Jones
10 Address to Class of 1922
Prof. J. W. Rico
Editor of Dallas Express
11. Quartette "I Think of Thee Mar.
mierlte" Meyer Helmund
12. Remark and Presentation of Di
plomas Dr. Jamison
19. Awarding Prises'
n. "Goodnlaht. OoodniKht. Beloved"
. Ciro Plnsute
Special mention Is due Principal B.
A. Jackson and his teachers for the
care and skill In training which was
evidenced by each participant upo.i the
YOUNG DALLAS MAN
GRADUATES AT BISHOP
llh.J GMnnv X-Ta llnu a nrr
Dallas man returned last Thursday
frnr Uluh.m enllee'n where h rradu-
'"" 7Tr Z... a-
Mr. Hawkins finished from the
science department receiving a degree
i tended the commencement exercises.
i In the ran Mr. MawKins win lane Avenue is recovering rrom an at-
1 4 up the study of medicine. tack of Illness.
They Failed to Appear.
(Preston News Service)
New York City June 1. The well
known gentlemen dictating the dea.
tinies of prize fighters In this sec-
tion and know as the New York
State Boxing Commission although
vertised to appear at a boxing bene-
fit underlined for the Colored Branch
of the Y. M. C- A. did not appear as
the affair was called off. From Dr.
Caffey a widely known physician and
conditioner of men and who supervised
the training of Jack Johnson for his
fight with Jefferles it is learned that
the commissioners demanded that the
"Y" take out a license to stage the
affair although It was no secret that
the bouts were being staged for the
benefit of this charitable Institution
which under the whites sails as a
Harlemltes are of the opinion that
the suggestion In the News to the
effect that Chairman Muldoon of the
commission tell of the Colored people
In his proposed "talk" at the "Y" Just
why Colored fighters are being barred
from meeting white mitt pushers play-
ed a great part In keeping the com-
mission -from visiting the section that
has suffered most from its attlude.
WHAT SlOt MR. JACK DKMIVSEYf
(Preston News Service)
New York June 1. The sight of
Hairy Wills tightening a bolt on a
car at 139th Street and Seventh Ave-
nue today reminded us that Jack
Dempsey since his return to this
country hasn't shown any undue haste
or disposition to let the world know
how anxious he is to fight the big
Colored boy. True some of the big
white daillee have been running imag-
inary stories of the proposed bout
but nothing authetlce has as yet come
through and we refuse to throw up
our hats and shout until such time
as the articles for a fight have been
sinned and Paddy Mullln tells us that
the deal Is on. Mulling is Wills' man.
Were we the manager of the
"Bronze Panther" we would have jum-
ped on Dempsey's trail to Europe and
challenged him from every house top
jena a place suitaoie to sauary an
from a monetary stananoinc wins
wants the title and will have to give
-...i.T .... .r
wnam ui nuiu ui mwtrej w
get a chance to win it from Dempsey.
Yes time have changed they are
I not what they used to be. White cham-
) plons want to get all the coin they
can while gettln' is good. Dempsey
'knows that Wills -vill lick him to
a frazzle and cut off his chances for
! numerous big purses In the next
I few years. So you can see why he
. . . i. . 1. 1 . j
"".IrJL . ' k..
another order to delay a oomba
with Wills a. long a. possible. They
win .meet out noi soon
..... . ik. u.m.i.n Ttitiit
ii 8KIIU Oimw U 1U1 BCUUIIU tuiiu anu
n(JWlu mm iiuinciwinr riviuij
wa n tne mlle inter-collegelate re-
- The Washington team pointed
lUnlon university In good time. Ray
way to nampion ana Virginia
mond Contee of Howard won the
mile Evans a teammate the two-
mile run and Anderson another How-
ard man. the javelin throw.
In the scholastic events. Drew of
program. Heaty applause followed
each number and pleasure at thi va-
rious renditions was everywhere ap-
parent. The addreis of Prof. J. W. nice
editor of the Dallas Express was
pointed and practical. He urged the
class to prepare for some special line
of work by further study saying that
"the day of the Jack of all trades is
past. Every Individual who would
make acceptable contribution to the
civilization of which he is a part
must be able to perform definite and
distinct service and to perform
it better than those with whom he
competes." He l i ged perseverance
thr'ft and everlasting ambition nltins:
Instances of illustrious men and worn-
"x rvegro race wnose success
naa neen aue to the possess or these
Dr. Jamison In a brief but well
.chosen speech presented the diploma.
to the class te'llng them that they
must excell and urging parents and
cltiiens to become more thoroughly
awake to the necessity of providing
businesses which would jive employ-
ment to the graduates of schools and
A group of Judges on the awarding
of prizes made its report conferring
upon Miss Katherlnn B. Jones the
prise of $10 in gold for having exr
relied in the delivery of her oration.
To her also went the other prise of
$10 for leading the class In scholar-
ship. CARD OF THANKS.
I wish to thank my many friends
who are employed with me at Sanger
Brother's St ire who contributed to
the beautiful floral offering to my
wife who departed this life May 28
1922 9:36 o clock a. in. The total
amounting to 19. ?n
ALEX CAD0 DIES.
Alex Cadn aged 75 died at the
home of his daughter 2410 Lakln
street Friday May 26.
He was a member of Bethlehem
Surviving him are thre daughters
I'uneral services were held from
he Undertaklng parlor of B. J. Craw
'" JomPJny '"T1 . Saturday at 1
P- m- Kev. O. B. Taylor officiating.
Mra W. B. Dillard 3702 Munger
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Mrs. Anna Ross of St. Txjutg enter-
tained Dallas friends at the I'oro Col
lege to a swell buffet luncheon those
present: Mrs. L. Johns C. Morgan A
Daughcrty C. Tlnsley O. U Banks of
McKinney station; N. Vaulta-Pugh
each expressed themselves as having
spent a delightful evening.
Mrs. N. I. Bonner. 2010 Kuth ninm.
ed last week after spending ten days
with Mrs. Carr formerly Mra. Skinner
of Fort Worth.
Tommie Griggs son of Mrs. Fannie
Lomax. 2208 Eakln and Mr. A. a
Griggs Richard Texas died Saturday
inn uic ana mi remains entered
Mra Lula Joner.and husband Willie
120S McKee street spent ten riav. in
Jefferson visiting Mr. Joncr'a grand-
mother. Mr. A. 0. Griggs of Richard. Texas.
came in the city Saturday the 27th
ult. to attend tne runeral of his son.
Tommies 220S Eakln and returned
Thursday June 1st before leaving
he became a six momns reader to tne
Mrs. Llna Drtiitt. Jonnctta Carter.
R. T. and Joe Carter Jr. 1800 Beau-
mont went to Shreveport La Sat-
urday to visit their grand mother and
other relative for a month's vacation.
Mrs. Ernest Collins. 2415 Flora is
In St. Paul Sanitarium undergoing an
Mra Winnie Wilson of Terrell Is
in the city visiting her sick daughter.
Mrs. Ernest .Collins 2415 Flora.
Rev. C. C. Buford of Tyler was In
the city Saturday on his way to Den-
ton on church bualness.
Mr. Jackson Drakes 2818 Williams
is sick at this writing.
Mr. Willie Griggs of Altus Okla.
attended the funeral of his brother.
Tommie Griggs who died at 2208
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