The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 25, Ed. 1 Monday, March 7, 1910 Page: 3 of 12
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Houston Defeated St. Louis With
Waddell and Bailey io Bo. :
BROWN'S THREE BINGLES
Made Off Trio of Buffalo Pitchen
Were Unproductive a Base on
Balls Bringing Lone
Tssterday the weather man favored the
tarn with one of the most ideal baseball
days that even the most fastidious rooter
could have desired. As a result one of
Ike largest and most enthusiastic crowds
thai has been seen at the West End partt
for a- long time was present to witness
the second of the pre-season struggles
between the Buffaloes and the St. Louis
Browns. The result was a decided vic-
tory for the local boys the store belnj
4 to 1. When the smoke had clears!
away the Buffaloes had a total of eleven
lilts to their credit while the Browns
were unable to connect with the spherfc
only three times during the nine Innings.
This would Indicate that the local twlilers
are rounding Into league season fu m
after a fast fashion.
EXHIBITION WAS GOOD.
It waB Impossible for the champions
to lose the game before that crowd of
yelling fans and with their organization
oulckiy whipped together they went lnt
the game against the apparent wl kl
Inrenllon of toe firowns to take the seo-
omr felt and thereby In part obtain re-
venge for the lieatms Uiey received irnin
the Huffaloes last year.
The game was exactly In contrast ti
the exhibition of Saturday going througli
in about fifteen minutes less time and
with more of snap and determination than
any Individual displayed In the first clash.
The lineups were a little shaken up.
Hetllng being sent to third for the Itrowns
In place of Wallace and Corrlgnn to sec
ond wnne l ruesnuie restart on the bench.
Houston played the same lineup as in tha
Saturday Kame and even the day s or-
ganization produced the results. In all
the improvement shown yesterdav over
the exhibition of the day before presas-'.-i
an Interesting struggle when the two
teams again meet Wednesday.
FIRST SCOUKS ON WADDELL.
Huhe Waddell the eccentric southpaw
opened the game for the Browns and al-
lowed five hits and two runs. . It was
evident from the manner in which he
pitched that George Edward is not tak-
ing any chances on putting bis salary
wiiik on the hummer during the early
part of the training season. While ori
t he lah yesterday lie UHed onlv enough
of Ins speed to keep the ball within the
hounds of the lot. lie marie no effort to
bring any curves Into play and as a re-
sult the Huffaloes got their eye on the
ball for good clean hits. Waddell re-
tired at the end of the third In favor of
our own Hill Bailey. Bill appears to bo
in first-class physical condition and his
whip must be In fine form Judging fro n
the amount of speed wdth whirli he burned
the haTT fiver the plate yesterday-
Jimmy Stephens worked 'behind the bat
for the Browns. His work was of a hl;o
t lass and Just as clean cut as could be
expected If this were the mfridle of the
baseball season. Jimmy is there atro
wlih the throw to bases and Ills pcr-
lormsnce showed that he will blast tb
hoes of some of the base stealers this
ti.emirtel relieved Bailey In the ninth
Inrr.ng. and he made a creditable sleiw-
Ing. rousidering the brevity of the t ni
that he was in the box. He is a big
htiskv oting fellow hut at the present
time he Is away beyond the weight limit.
He possesses a nice assortment of curves
and his control of the ball yesterday was
all that could be desired.
HORNSBY RESTRAINED HIMSELF".
llornsby took the mound for the Huf-
faloes and worked well. He cqnflned hlin-
holt mostly to straight balls leaving hW
"spltter" for use later in the season
llornsby looks the picture of health and
l;e ought to hae a deehledly successful
season ahead of him with the Huffaloe.
After llornsby had sueceeded in taklnn
the khvks nut of his whip he was re-
pined by ltlakenr . who put up s gO'ri
iiualily of ball and who wives every prom-
ise of doing good work during the season
on the rnounri Hlakeney was replaced in
the last of the game by Wehrinan who
balls fnon Brenhatn. Wehrman Is a tall.
wllln tellnw. Willi plenty ot speed an I
a nite assortment of curves w hlrh slmuld
assist linn In landing a number of hN
gutnes during the coming season s si nig-
gle lie handles himself in ni-e fas'iion
and wilh the coaching of the older heals
in the Houston aggregation he ought to
be able to make good In fine style
Some of the pla ers In vesteulav s game
showed plainly that all of the stiffness
f the early season has not left thep
must les anil joint. Howewr their w- Ik
uas a decided Improvement o er llie
exhibition of the previous dav Thev all
aie luuuding lulu fu m ub el .
HAMILTON LOOKS onou
Hamilton of the Agricultural and
chain a) team re-entered the gam-'.
Hexing Klllefer behind the bat n
slvlli and showed great impr
lie gol everything that came Ins u a v an I
his agility In recovering held (he tr.iwns
el.ise to the bases ami no attempts w i
made to steal on him On bases Hamil-
ton is a ilend. eatli.g them up like a.
whirlwind and n fielder who goes afte-
a ball tlolli his hat would do well t l
immediately on the lob. on the whole
Hamilton looks good and as s.iin as th'
strangeness wcais off and he gets in
letter condition he will play in ins out
good tut III.
I'atehet ickenlioffci . who anived from
Virginia vcslenluv. was unable (n b in
the game beeanse of lark of pi active h.n
will make his debut in the game Wednes-
day. Joe Ilailey maintained Ills record and
belled the ball for two safeties In tine-
times up the fourth time at bat geniim
off with a sacrifice flv on which White-
linu soot ed from third t Mie f laiie -i
hits was for two liases hut he was thrown
ouWeventually at the place from ee.il.-i4
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Into iietlvlty by gentlr method They do
not m'our. KrlP0 weaken. They are ii
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invlgiunl iimtfuid of weaken. They en
rich the hlood and etmhle the utomach in
get all th nourishment from food that Is
put Into It These pills contain no ralo-
mipI thev nre snothltiK. hnilnm ahd stlm-
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ed Jffron fttr Philadelphia Pa.
CAN BE CURED RV MUNYDMS PAWW PILLS
w 10 piua 10 o
fUld by Wotfnn!nh tu tHrown
;wi ai wcoiki wnan mil w uirwwa tru.
at Mcond when ha' tried -to stretch
Umpire WMtervelt one of tha ump
lined (or the Huon. made his appear
sace and ran the gum. Westervelt mad
a good Impression and showed that ha
was the boss. His decisions were decisive
and-were made on Instant Judgment and
showed experience on the diamond.
Mowry. If 4 1 1 0
Bell. Tt 03 0 0
Newnam. lb .: 4 0 1 11 10
KUIefer c .'. J 0 0 X 1 0
Whlteman cf 41 1 i 0 1
Mlddleton Tb 1 1 0 0
Dalley. 3b 1 0 I 0 1 0
Hill as I 0 1 1 t
Hornaby. p 1 0 0 1 0
Blakeney. p I 9 1 0 1 0
Hamilton p I 0 0 4 0 0
Wehrman p 0 0 0 0
Totals a 4 11 J7 U
Fisher If ...
A ostein lb ..
Corrlgan 2b 4
Waddell. p 1
Stremmel. p I
Bailey p 1
..101 101 08 4
Hits m a io-n
St. Louis 000 100 00- J
Hit 010 000 11 3
Runs made Off Blakeney 1. off Wad-
dell L off Ballev 2.
Two-base hlte-Newnam Dalley White-
Double plays Demmett to Absteln;
Hoffman to Stephens to Hartsell.
Base on balls Off Blakeney 3. off
Ballev 1 off Stremmel 1.
Sacrifice fly Dalley.
Innings pltched-By Waddell S by
Hornsby 3 by Bailey 4. bv Blakeney 4.
Struck out By Hornsby 1 by Blakeney
2 bv Stremmel 2. by Wehrman 1
lft on bases Houston 6. St. Louis B.
Hits Off Hornsby 1 oft Wehrman 1.
off Waddell 6 off Bailey 6 off Blakeney
1. off Stremmel 1
Time of game One hour and forty-five
1'mpire Mr. Westervelt.
THE SANDCKAB PE0FESSI0NALS
Defeated the Indian Scalpers by a
Score of 4 to 3.
Woutton Post Sptcial.1
CAl.VESTON. Texas March . Pro-
fessional ballplayers members of the
Galveston Texas league team and men
who are wintering In the city this after-
noon played a nlne-lnnlng game with
the Indian Scalper a fast semi-professional
aggregation which has estabilsn '1
a record for itself In South Texas. The
game was interesting and close and it
was witnessed by a crowd of over ';JU
Nine full Innings were played ana the
score stood 4 to 3 in favor of the pro-
fessionals. The Scalpers used two of
their best pitchers Peterson a young
man who for a time last year irled
out with Galveston and Roy Johnson a
promising young pitcher who pitched one
game for Houston against Galveeton. at
the close of the 1908 season. Manager
Frank Donnelly did not play but lie
took the opportunity of trying out sev-
eral of his pitching staff those working
being Bradford. Prabble and Wlttenburg
WhiL some wlldness Incident to lack of
work was noticeable all three of the
men behaved very well and Crabble
especially showed that he promises to be
In even better form than he was last
On the professional lineup hut three
men were in their regular places being
Alve Spangler. first base; Dan rtlley. left
field and Arthur Anderson shortstop
Both Anderson and Spangler came up
to all expectations they fielding their
positions well ald Spangler especially
shcwlnt" that he was at home with the
R H K
Professionals OlOOnnjO 4 1
IndiBT Scalpers 2 0O0O0OO13 .i 4
(.'rabble Bradford Wlttenburg Wo'tf
Johnson. Peterson and Kenny.
I Implre I'ftge.
Nex Saturday and Sunday the regular
Galveston team will take on the St.
IatuIs Browns and by that time Manager
Donnelly slates that he will have In the
fie'd most of the men wah whom fie
will start the season and he also ex-
pects to present bis regular lineup.
ROMPED ON THE BRONCOS.
Detroit Tigers Took First Game by
Score of 9 to 2.
( HnttntAm i( SfCt tal I
SAN ANTONIO Texas. March 6 SmtM
; id liK'-t wmp i ast I'D Hie bag ball sltu-
h t it ii in i wo lr agues when this i fte r-
hoi n i ho - hlttit ion
li finler locall . In a
a Hronco. AltKniyn
may m-t le imlii all v c
if iM'n .ant v:.i I -1 .
: t nsi-n had t.- v
Titfer t r niim h over
the nire of H (4i J
of 't m v1 liasehiill
w ii se am .i&fdieiit
ff-if.) at tin' hall vaitl than
ski i tuish 1 'mis rof fet 1 l hi
f .. n.--
. i :rloi i n ! leru lier
I in I I of 1 ;r Hi hi.i'ds w'i
i he milv puiiv'i nation
i nurse of the loral
I'UIH llfsloilH Ml lll
re in sad niiinnt
of thf sinootli
iemtst s hoiiiK i il
liert's ?masli uvn the parain-t that foinul
l.eiOv on hnse in the yixtli .mil fa ( Ih
nas from the odlnni of ai'peatiiiK Io have
forfeited y a l-lo-0 siuie
The l''tiolta ahoweii a pea rahl ilispo-
sll Ion umlrr the r'Htn.e of A hies f oi i vs o
innings and llie I'Iil; southpaw retired
from th- fray with a .vue of 1 to ti wrar-
Ihk the In aids as a icvili of H.m ken
dotf s drplora lle ponnd tntu left for thre
tiasps Tlif lonj; lialrt d pat lv f i oui t he
roast. I.oman. took It up hri allowing
thtee i una on two hits his support nns
Itifi f i re at our time t 'oigio e f mi y hi'.i
1 he game for the lira Is anil was hadly
used to tlip extent of rthi" hits ami five
The TiKers ii"ed Stroml. Work and Per-
tirll in I ii i ti Thp nnh one of thtse lo fefl
linv pangs heing W or ks on whose ppr-
s..ii liilht-rt took HIkmih'S In the shapo of
the home nm
Ahout UtiO people a vv the Kame filling;
the grand stand and hUjoheis falrlv well
hut not erowding them at any place
8. ore It Ii K
Detroit ! VA l
San Antonio 2 1 3
WIttGO ANDERSON A FIND.
Clarke Griffith Pleased With Texas
(H. uitoK I'rtt N ff i ii )
MoT HPHlNtlS Match 6 Manatcer
t'laike (Jrlfllth of the Keds said this e.e;i
ng thai " W tngo" A ndersni the mitig
Texas pitcher is show! ng up wonderful
o t the pt act he games of the Reds here
and that If he rontlnues and Improves
a little he will plav with the Keds next
y pa i Oi Iff it h h I w a ys iQaken his asser-
tions with a provision hut the friend of
A ndei son here h t hey have no doubt
of thr l.td's nhllit. to Htand (he test.
(irlfftth vnntH a left-hamled plteher th
worst way and sayn thut Andetsoii wh.ie
he has not had the experience prohauly
v. hlrh will entitle him to certain vonshl-
eration npeitheles proveH hyl ability
to fan the players to he worth every hi.
an miieh as main famous men. Griffith
used tti he a twlrler himself ao he known
pret t y well w hat H demanded of t hem.
If Atidersim .ivist keeps on wo kirT
as he old yesterday In that game. ?Aar"
I'm sure ot him." said tho "old fox.' a
he sat with several friends on the veran-
da of the hotel here. So far 1 have not
noted anv serious defects. II la Injured
arm doesn't seem lo trouble him a bit.
lie has plenty of speed and fields his
position In great style. Of rouras thrn
aie lots of things he doesn't know but
these come only by not having nomehodv
to (ell him ah ot them and I gurs I can
do that You'll note that he retire I the
side vesteidav without a single hit. And
the way those other chaps wire clouting
11 off the rest of us. I think Wlngn hat
It on them proper; he seemed a hit nerv-
ous hut I expected thai. Hut Just wait
until the season begins then we II able
to tell how he standi"
Sixth Ward ColU Woa.
Tlie Hlxth Wnril Colti mixed with the
Ware 8luger vestenlay afternoon on
Th More tu to 1 Id ftivor ot th ColU
Tb (Mture ot the gim wm tfc pltohlnt
of Holn of the wtnnsrt- The Colt worn
Ilk to bear frem any teams whoe mm-
bera areunder U years of are. Ring Tay-
lor lit for Information. '
THREE NEW 8AJTDCSABS.
Pitoher and Two Infielden Arrived
(Houston Pott Sptciol.)
QALVE8TON Texas March . Three
new arrivals registered at Bandcrab head-
quarters and were this afternoon out In
the field hard at work. The new arrivals
were Ed Van Ande who comes from
Hamilton Ohio and who will put In his
time this summer pitching. George
Weaver an Inflelder who comes from
Carbondale 111. and Hugh Stringer
catcher and first baseman from Port
Huron. Mich. These men with the addi-
tion of Alve Spangler 11 Kaphan Dan
Riley Arthur Anderson and Manager
Donnelly give to the ball lot an appear-
ance as If there was something doing.
Manager Donnelly is already showing
that he proposes to have no shirkers anu
both morning and afternon practice Is ln-
s'sted on even' day with the exception of
Sunday. Tomorrow it is expected that
several others will drop In and by the
middle of the week the entire twenty-one
signed for the season will be on hand.
Tomorrow afternoon the first game of
the season will be played when the pro-
fessionals will take on the semi-professional
team known as the Indian Scalp
ers. Crabble Van Ande and Wlttenburg
will pitch dividing time with Bradford
and others and will scatter themselves
around to Josltlons Just where It suits
Fundom Is already taking an interest
in the proceedings and this afternoon
there was quite a crowd out watching
the practice. The new men are the ones
that are most in the eye of the critical
and the opinion is that tney stack up
Donnelly himself is as yet a little beefy
for hard work but he showed what he
could do with the stick when he faced
for a time several of the pitchers. Out Id
centerfleld Is where he will be found In
every game and he also states that if
the pitchers are not working to Bult him
he will come In and show them how.
Alve Spangler. the new first baseman.
Is about the biggest thing ever seen in a
Sandcrab uniform. His weight Is about
190. but It Is all beef and bone. He covers
the Initial bag with ease born of experi-
ence and his work with the willow looks
Arthur Anderson Is a wiry little fellow
weighing about 145 and with a whip that
takes the pellet straight Into the big
first baseman's hands true as a die. Ho
has not done much work as yet with the
stick but Donnelly says he can be de-
pended on. The other new players did
but little more than run around the dia-
Crabble one of last year's standby slab
artists. Is starting off at a good pace
He has kept himself In form all winter.
AUSTIN THE CAUSE OF DELAY
Of Lockhart in Not Entering South-
west Texas League.
Houston Post Special.)
1AX7KH ART. Texas. March 6 Lock-
hart bo far as entering the Southwest
Texas league. Is doing the waiting act.
Austin seems to be the cause of the delay
it not being known as yet whether Xhy
will come In or whether the other teams
will permit them to enter now that they
have played hide and seek with them at
one time trying for the State league and
then for the Southwest. The question
will probably he solved soon at a meet-
ing to be held at Corpus OhriBti.
Lockhart has not made any definite
arrangements owing to the uncertainty
of it getting in. but If tt should no fears
are felt for both players and a manager.
The parties having the management
hand have scores of applicants and it
will be no trouble to fill up.
A manager will come from the East and
has plaved with the Baltimore team.
Ixwell. Mass. Allentown. Pa. managed
the Butler d'a. team In 1906 finishing
second and in 1907-8 managed the Wil-
mington (N C.i team winning; two pen-
nants. He is now wlh the Buffalo N.
Y club as scout and cornea recommend-
ed b' Charles Murphy W. A. Smith.
Fred 1-ake and jack Ttghe. all big men
In National ;ind American baseball cir-
cles. Me will also bring with him as
manv of the overflow of the Buffalo club
whirli is now at Macon Ga. as he will
TWO HOME BUNS BY MEYEES
Featured Giants Shutout of Pan-
thers at Fort Worth.
(Houston Post Specal.1
I'oKT WORTH. Texas. March 6-Mey-ers.
tho big Indian catcher of the Giants
featured this uftei noon's game with two
home run drives over the left field
fence. Hot h cleared t he fence ten or
more feet and Meyers was given an
ovation. New York won the game 7 ti 0
and M draw may thank Keiber the Mem-
phis recruit for the major part of the
victory Keiber aJlowed but two hits in
five innings and had the local club help-
less Drurke a former Texas league
pitcher pitched the last four Innings.
Store- R H 12
New York 006 100 01WT It a
For t Worth (KM) 000 1KX 4 i j
f Keiter. Uriicke and Meyers; Weather-
ford. Burke Ashe and Bellew Francis.
REVENGE FOE GIANT COLTS.
Trimmed Dallas Bunch by the Score
of 9 to 1.
Houston Poll ii-Mf.)
DALLAS Texas March .-The Cbltn
of the New York National league's who
were tiounoed In Oallas one week ago
today took sweet rexenge on the local
hunch this afternoon and trimmed thm
tip nicely to the scotr of l to l. Nono
of the local men could do anything tlmt
counted for much with the stick against
llv deliveries of Klawltter and Ulckso i
anil In rleUIing they were far below good
1 lallas OOO !K 100-1
!' York Ill 0.10 3039
Shontz Kvans. Ogle and Onslow. Rob-
inson: Klawltt.r. Marquanl Dickson and
CLEVELAND AMERICANS PLAED
Scrub Game at Their Training Camp
Houston Pout Special. i
ALEXANDRIA. l.a. March -Two
picked nines from the Cleveland Ameri-
can team played a ;me this afternoon
at the hall park In the presence of a
Inrpe crowd. Mayor Turretano of
tfnrtria served as umpire.
HeRurtirs ... 7
Ilarkness and Kasterly. llenils.
Doane Mitchell and IIIrkIiis
CUBS DEFEATED NEW ORLEANS
Chicago Nationals Won Her First
i.ltsottarrti Peis Repo'l )
NKW OKI.KANS. March In ihefiist
game of the season at lvl!rn paik the
Chicago National leaiuc tcmi .'nn!v de
feated the New fllc'ir
.f I lo
It 1 1 K
aggregation i the
Cole. Weaver slid Arche:
Kitster. . efaiu. i'Mgc. an I
Spalding Baseball Score Book.
The Spnldln;; tinsel. nil score hook for
the season of 1910 Is now on sale by T.
rillot. The hook Is compiled ly Jaroo
f. Miimr. spotting editor of the Itoston
Herald and hi.- the usual conveniences
fo'i tlie sc.. i. is. Spatt ling score (took
has s irpotHilon eipial with that of base-
ball I" fct. the house of Spalding and
haseliall me nenrl sviiony mous terms.
Class B Schedule Ready.
Houston Post Sptiol.)
HHOWNBV1LI.K. Texas March
Manager Bum Urll of the local baseball
taam retUrMd from VI t.rla vent err! a
iur attendlnf the meen t the South-
sreat Txa Veaue. wii! i as held there
a fW days ago. Manner Bell states
that th scheduU was iK"d out but la
not ready for publication yet. and that
the enthusiasm shown a guarantee of
Stood bail playing this season.
TO tTJV HALLO'S TO COVER.
Doak Roberts Off to Find His
Doak Roberta left Ihm mgi.t for Ferris
the abode of one Mal . nm h wanted
pitcher of the Houston l;uffaiocs to find
cause reason or excuse why Baiil pitcher
should not report In l. ston. d..n an ab-
breviated suit fend Join ii.- gang in train-
ing at West End park r fli himself for
the struggles of the r and the de
fense Of the flag lie tii. h helped to
win In the first year of his entry to or-
Whether-Ferris Kill.. Texas. Is
so Isolated that transp. M.iiin service is
a matter of weeks in.-: ad of hours or
whether Malloy Is u interested in his
gardening that he has fn'oiten that the
opening of the- basel.all s s..ii is at hand
or whether the bee in M.iiiiv i.onnet Is
dormant and falls to hu.z is all unknown
to Doak and It la to explain the phenom-
enon of the failure Malloy to come
out of hibernation thai i.ak hied him-
self from Houston lasi i.iK:n
Malloy la not only n.mi.-d hut needed
In Houston and his rali ne t appear off
the port Is puxsllng tl .. iston manage-
ment as recently wlu-n Malloy was In
Houston he seemed ai ...;s fur the time
to draw near when lie might begin prac-
tice. Incidentally Doak m go to Mailln
and powwow with ' Mi hksv' M.-.Jiaw.
and it Is rumored a trad- may Ih nego-
tiated. Doak howevei. ...n noncommit-
tal as to an Indication d what It might
A telegram was rer!ed yesterday
from Catcher Jones In. I .ting he would
strive In Houston ti; This will
greatly strengthen the Houston catching
staff Jones' arrival making three men
w uen three days ag.. u.it .me had re-
ported. With the coming of vv'lekenhof-
fer Hamilton and Jon. p. Klllefer will bid
farewell to a Houston unirorni and ap-
pear In the garb of a Itn.wnle.
Pitcher McDonald airu-cd from Lullng
yesterday and will Join the squad at
practice today. Hum. i Hill In the
morning will have hla pii- hers and catch-
ers at West End. and while the Browns
are using the diamond Hill will have his
sijup.d in front of the . hn. house going
through the motions of getting In shape.
At midday the Buffalo sound will take
possession of the field f.n general work
until the Browns arrh. al :i o clock.
SOME HIGH PIN AVERAGES
Were Made During the American
(Astociattd Pi ss K. .r )
DETROIT. Mich.. M.ir. h i. New lead-
ers In the Individuals and two-men events
were the result of the brisk onslaughts
upon the pins today in the tenth annual
tournament of the American bow ling con-
gress. Glen Fisher. Chicago with fii'A took the
lead In the singles while Albert Dalker
and Edward Wetterman of Cincinnati
piled up 1231 for first place In the dou-
bles. The fight for the 1911 tournament he-
came warm today when the St IaiuIs del
egatlon headed by George Qualey. arriv-
ed and opened Its headquarters John t;.
Floss of Buffalo has been making a hard
fight for the honor for his city but he
Is practically alone. The St Louis dele-
gation Is large and It begins to appear ai
Jf the tournament will find its way to the
G. C. Fisher of Chicago Is the new-
leader in the Individuals He rolled tW
and deposed Max I'nger of Cleveland
who went to the fore yesterday with tl.
Fisher bowled one of the most consistent
series of the tournament. He open.
with 233 and had "13 for Ids second game
and 214 for the third.
Fisher now leads In the contest for the
grand average prize with a total of lsj:
pins for his nine games.
Louis Semones of Chicago who has
been credited with 300 scores more than
once had the second best score of tlie
day with 625.
Albert Dalker and Edw-ard Wetterman
of Cincinnati are the new leaders In the
two-man event. Rolling in an early
squad they scored 1231 twenty-eight pins
more than the former leading score field
Jointly by Cook and Crewson of Sebring.
Ohio and Zimmerman and Campbell of
South Bend Ind.
KENRICK WAS KNOCKED OUT
By Johny Coulon in the Nineteenth
Bound at New Orleans.
i. ton Post Sptcial.
NEW OR1J.ANS March f. Johnm
Coulon confirmed his title to the haul am
hai(.'niship .if the world today In
knocking out Jem Kenrtck the KnKlfh
champion in the nineteenth room) in miu
of the cleverest fights seen line in a
long time. Kfimrk had t Ui Ir-tier ir it
riuntii; ili.' stage Ki!'.; the ln-t -
ter hox t and landing t Hing blows mi
the body. v I ii h Coulon could not a
In the fourth round (.'onion began lad
Hip for he lav and put in a I w Mht
taps and git tl.c letter of the in-xt th: -lounils
but II) the clxh'h Kcnihk un:-
back strong ii nd lam led repeatedly . a I -ways
aiming f i the stomacn.
I n the n in ii i 'union got in a lut rd up
pen-lit on t-he i bin which loited Kemii U
severe I v nd in I he following landed tin
t he iiiK and lip. which In oi.ht bloc 1
Al ter i his 4 "onion took t he aggt essive in
a deter mined a y and heal iown Ken-
mk'N guaid lepr-aiedly and Jabbed him i
until Ik- bad both
and his lii
ropps a nd
w ;i t wlce Its normal sue
wis i'reouently forced tu ihtt
iispla yed mucho . leverness m
ducking inn s. vetal times ne was caught
with light MAiiirC which huit
In the last v.Mind. the nineteenth. Ken-
rick I hoi b i pp:irently weak started In
figgresslvi-l'. with a left to t hin hut rni-
lon countei ed mid fought w ildlv for a
seeond. bill leeovered himself after a
clinch and thm went after tlie Kngllsh-
iiuiii labliit g hhn repeatedly anil unlng
a virions it: l t swing one landing on the
ear. w hi d.ii d him. Then he got a
diive tlnonjrh the stomach and It was
THE QUALIFYING Z0UND
For tho Abe M. Ivy "Duffers" Cup
Was Played Sunday Afternoon.
'S he j u a 1 1 f yimt round for t li1 A be M
l. 1'ufT- rs ' up was played -Mrrday
tifirinoon 'Mi th" links of the Houston
i . i c 1 1 a cl ii b iH nr fort y pla ers wrr"
nit foiirte-n of whom qualified The
gfilfei s n t ed an afternoon of Ideal
wuitlo : Many Mtors to the rlub we- e
piestm among them a number of l.idi.-
Interest m the contest for the "I 'offers'
i up H hiKb. and much speculation us to
the probable winner Is prevalent The
plaers who .piallfled are evenly matched
and t he keenest critics are ml t pn k.-
iiig t lielr winners.
Th first i (Hind for the cup imiM be
played not later than March 13. una )'i
lowing ate those who Qualified atuii..'u
in pahs as thev will play the first lonnl
J Mn 'lei Ian ami J. K Sharpe. l-'i it nk
Andrews and .1 S Bonnor W. MonttiMh
and K 4'aiK'll J. lane and J. H. 'hew.
c lioedekei ami K. Parker. H I. Horileu
ami A J low. O. M. Duncan and P
CRISS AND JACKSON HERE.
Two Texans Reported for Work in
Brown Training; Camp.
node Criss. the pinch hitting pitcher of
the Ilrowns and a Taxan reached Hous-
ton last night fiom his home In North
Texas am! inlned th aggregation or
Hrownlcs n(i In training. A later train
brought Croige W. Jackson who plaed
with Imllas l.il vear skipping the fur-
rows In t. ft Held Both will Join the
s.pin.l at W'.-st Knil today.
Crlss will I"' 'emembersd a ths hold-
out plteliei of lait year and who after a
futile ronfei . n.-e with McAleer In tlm
Oriental Ivor at Dallas hied hlmseir
ha. k to tb. iiin. h and a rural life rather
than a..fi the tlgurs Hsdces plareil on
his hitting abilities. Howevsr. when he
found ll.v.g." n final and after playln
the games "I the eason through the rol-
umns of to. o. "spapsra Crlss capitulated
and got on ..Ion tb tsara returned from
an l.usinii mi. lute In ttaa staiou.
Just as aging makes wine rich
so mellowing madces tobacco
And the tobacco in Fatima
Cigarettes has been aged and
mellowed two years. It is
blended of the finest Turkish
tobacco made fragant and
pleasing to particular palates.
In a neat inexpensive foil package
with ten additional cigarettes.
Pictuiej of popular actresses now
packed with Fatima cigarettes.
20 "for 15 cents
IN CUDAHY HOME
(Continued from Page One.)
UHls groaned and tugged feebly ut
cords that bound him.
'Don't do It. Jack please don't
it." he pleaded.
Hushing over tu the trio I nderwood
addressed ( udah .
"What does tlds mean?" he (juerted.
TDAMY WAS ARHKSTKP
" He's ruined my home '. He's ruined
my home!' said C'udahy turning to tha
officer and making no attempt at re-
sistance. You're under arrest."" said the officer.
"All right. I'll go with you; hut let me
call my atturney hefoi e you take m to
the station'' replied Cudahy calmly.
('all your attorney and I'll (jet an am-
bulance for this man " said the I vol ice-
man. Who Is he?"
" It's Jcre I illls." said Oidahy over his
shoulder as he walked tow rd a tele-
phone. After seeing that I .tills had Ireen
started to a hospital the pnin em an took
Ctidahy to the station. The packer navo
a rash bund and was released
Krom the beginning to tne end f the
affair Mrs. t'udahy was not In evld enc
Attempts tt reach her today hae pioed
t 'udahy's at torne s admit the general
facts In the case but are unwilling to o
ruiM'irAi-s in Tin: affair.
Since ('udahy's marriage to M :s KdnA
Co win. who was a society belle of Omaha
on December ?S. 1899 the famll has been
pitrnlnent here. On the dav ..f tb. mar-
rbiKe Cndahy's father made him man-
nwv of his Kanos Clt pat king Inter-
ests A f ter a three moot hs honeymoon
t hit h included trips on so rial tr:ilns
and tb" 01 cupaiu y t.' a palat e in
the couple letutned liere ani puri
one or t lie Tim-si notnes in me my.
Society readily received lliem. They
ret 1 ted a lox at each high-class theater
bv the year. Ciw'.a hy is a memlrfM of
the Country. Kansas t'ltj F.lmrldice.
Hunt nm) F'ol.i luba. For a time he
kfpt man fine horses Following an i::
lurv sustained while plavlng poht he sold
nis stable and took up motoring.
The Cudahvs have five chl nlren
Lints is i 'hachelor 47 vein s old He
Is manager of the Wester n F. lianKe
1-a 11 k and prominent so in II Me hold.-
membership In the Kansas Citv. ( onn-
trv. Kvanston. (lolf and Flmrllge Auto
mobile clubs often h has twen n-eii
in club roonis in ('i'dih s 'i-ompunv
MliS I'l PA1I Y Fol ND
In the ('nil a In home w hleh is -lai k
with Ihe exception of 'he nurscrv w;.eie
the children play. Inimi-rnt of the alinr
that tH'k place early tda; . Mrs ii'trit.'
u:ts found tonight. Slip was exlienwl
mi mis "I nn sa nothing now b-j:
that the s)t l"S which have heen t.-l 1
a : M.u ! iiia n re distorted mid undue -jIm-siiiil
.'Timi alone will bririK out th(
1 al tiuth 1 have talked with nn at
torne s mid they s: v this Is no I tnv
ft. i nie to make 11 detailed stal.viont. In
ovl ii e to me n nd m . hi Idi en don't be-
tie' ;i "id of what Ih b-driK sul.l
FileniN who railed ni the I'mhln les-
idence t nda witc tohl by a tnuid that
ht-r mistress wa not at home to cillleis
The maid w a an ev wl! ness to a
part of the affair She heml tlie
si ri iim unit moans of 1. 1111s and w.-nt
dow n stall to In estimate When slie
renlizM what whs happening she run
back to he room and wj.s not 'rese ii
when the m i est was made
I cant tell ever. thing thnt na'ipenil
been us I niis s. excited and also n-i-aiise
I did n-'t at a -low n stairs long. '
S.ild tlie maid tonight 1 ilo know.
how e ei tl at im one had any phi t
the ttoirble but ... 1 Cudah . Mr.
hiiiI the hai.ffeui
An oidini; to nttH' In" of lb
Cnd.tbv hss nt been at li.nne
was rumored thai he wa st a b
ttut l Ms a s tu e "ti
said he has b ft the Hv an! will Mm
aBi foi several da- Mw stton.
Will look aftei hi - a In police
If hi does not return b the tune tt
HKAKCH KOK CM l l l'l I K
Police are searching f"C Jo'm M-
the ctiauffeni w!n viis ptese'H It is 1
rumoreil lie hss hurtled out .f the ill
Physicians who attended Mi I ilbs h
been warned to sax int:li.: :ib u.t
nature of his iiiut b s . iref
la kept ov
his loom X" thnt no . n
Without Ills pel Iiif-MOM
An Interne t the hosidt.il m auitiorir
for the statement that Mi I il"" bus a
deep cut on each cheek and a m on bi
forehead His most Heen- .un l ! sild
to b In the left Ihk. whie ihc I lad.
of tiJt knife Is repot red to li e kiii l
the bene on ea h hip thie i" a de.-
fleh mimnd and one cut nt hitu irl on
Ui Uft ) m. Mr. Llllis is repoii d to
National Feeders and Breeders Show
TORT WORTH TEXAS s
Opens Monday March 14th; Closes Saturday March 19th
A Brilliant Week (or TexM. Don't Mist It. The Greatest Gathering ot j
all kinds of Lira Stock ever seen together in the Southwest. .Exhibited
and Judged daily in (he Coliseum from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.
HORSE SHOW EVERY NIGHT
Tbe Iloree Show will eclipse any heretofore held in the Booth and will
equal tbe International and Madison 8quare"Showi. ''
OTHER DAILY FEATURES
MONDAY Democratic Day.
TL ESDAY Press Panhandle and Knights of Pythias Day.
WEDNK8DAY North Texas Oklahoma and Auto Day.
7 HUKSDAY East Texas Arkansas Louisiana and Farmers' Day.
rKIDAY Fort Worth and South Texas Da.
SATURDAY West Trxas Uninert ity College and Children's Day.
F.XC EPTION ALY LO IV HATES ON ALL RAILROADS-see yoor local
ticket agent. Public Sale of Registered Herefords 1 p. m. Wednesday
March lrith. For other information or catalog write B. C. RHOME
National Feeders and Breeders Show
FORT WORTH TEXAS
he resting easy tonight. Throughout the
day he was restless the nervous shock
of Ids experience having been great.
That Hills will recover there seems no
doubt. He ts an athletic man more than
six feet tall and strongly built. For many
years he has taken an active interest in
all sorts of outdoor sports. His abtl ty
as a irolfer ts well known as for sever!
years he held the Kansas Ctly champion-
ship. WAS FIUEM) OF CmAIIYS.
For several years 11111s has heen an In-
timate friend of the Cudahy family Ho
had been at almost every social nffalr
they gave until recently It was reported
thnt a few months ngo UHls mid t'udahy
had a misunderstanding. Many rumors
were rife at that time bui the faded
awav and it whs gi'iierally itercpt iil thev
were without foundation
Kxplanation of the small bond required
of ("udahv given hy police court offu iaN
Is that I . lllls has prefei red no .b.-i'-ye
ngalnst Idm so far and thev do n-'i feel
bke making anv other usn t Ion than
liistui hint; the per. on thett nwn lesp-m-slhl'lt
li Is reiiPi'Mllv nnd'rstoml I ill!'; will Tint
w I' ce
I "; a i
. i j t r
ule ( ' i i.l.i ! . y 1 1 e i se m.i v '
i-d with but a small fine I olie.
t'ndrr-vood wilt be a omplaiclng
mat t he hearini;
ilv r Wslsh att'irnev for tr- fi
probabtv will represent 'udahv in
rt nt the polb e station with
tin- tmrki'V and aided in the : r r n u'emen t s
fiw hl r.iejtse Mi. Walsh's name ap-
pears i'ti the bond
. IN SOCIALIST RIOTS
i onilnuid from Page One.'.
fest ants to Treplow park where thous-
ands roamed about in a haimless niau-
iiei until about 3 31 o'clock when A. mes-
sage i hum' that a successful "stroll" was
goliiK on In t he Ttergarten. Thereupon
al out finoii with one accord set out west
wan' riti i n-iiliiM through the streets In
a Ion's: line toward Ttergarten. five miles
distant without attempting an organized
When they had covered about a quarter
of the distance a company of country
jre"dui ims. without a word of warning
s Harked ihe people fiercely with ihe i
sabres i-uttliiK right and left. Five per-
son ncte dariKerouslv wounded and lum-
di tils rei-eivel serious woin)s ant
bt ni.es. while more than 100 arrests were
l le crowds continued their way nc oss
i ttv In small groups which later were
dispeiseil without reaching their dc-ulna-iton
Some of the more determined den -
in si raioi s then made an endea or to
tueak through the cordon of po!h-. and
f.m ! th di way Into the park hut t ho-
rnet with sharp repulse the polie using
their sabres and some of them their re-
olers. Here a considerable number o.'
pci sons were wounded.
Another body composed of manv thou -an.
is of manifeslants strolled throuKh
'h s riot ten burg a suburb to Jruenwald
forest without encountering the pol".
I ntll a late hour tonight all the streets
lending to the palace the imperial eh n
celioi s residence and th Prussian uai-
liftmen t. were guarded by cordons of ; v
armed police but no demonstrators ajH
f reared. Reports from the provinces shoW A
n most cases the demonstrations pasted
off peacefully. . "
The demonwtratlon passed off peac- '
ably in Hanover where 40000 gathered ta.
Brunswick where 30000 took part In h
public meetings at Duesseldorf. AJwTifc
and Boelrel. where from 20.000 to 3000 ji
socialists took up the protest against in
franchise and manv other less imposinfC
towns. In some places street processfoosl
were not Interfere! with hy the polica.
D. W. Odell Very 111.
( I.KBI RNK. Texas. March Former
State Senator D. W Odell is very low at
his home in North Main street In this .
eh v. He has been sick for about a wee
but his condition this afternoon wag pre-
cm ions his physicians family and
friends heing greatly alarmed.
Wolast Is Willing:.
KANSAS fT Y. Mo. March . Ad
Wolpast. asked In thts It y tonight if h
veuld give Battling Nelson another
"Sure. Nelson and T will meet again
I'll lcat him easier t he n"M time."
Manager McGard ?
Disciplines Pitcher -"Phenom"
PRAWHHIDtJK Ky.. Mar. 7 ReiattoiHl A
between Manager McGard of tho Purpitft :
8o and IM teller "Phenom" Joaes whoafttV t..
muliiiig ;ood showing in minor-league wajrit f -last
neasnn was selected to help support) '
Tllree-flnge Maituie Itocamo very luuell' i
strained to-day when the litg bos bad thitMnV'
to t:iy about the ny tho youngster WfMUj
showing up tu tire workouts. .v.ww
The affiiir Is shrouded in mystery: foraftW $
the practice McUard and young Jones lagget 1
lM-hltid on tbe Hold and later ppeareti 1"
the hotel irltb their faces decidedly brulMd '
but both looking happy. -j.'.'
"It isn't anybody's business that
aee." remarked Manager McOard in exla-
nation. " 'Pliennm aud I merely stm1leXnp
from the grounds together. As for tbe Oltt v
on ruy faee I fidl ngalnst a thresblnf BUs '
cbine. I don't know bow be got bis' f v.
Liiter he nddml: "You might glTfl bjTBj 4
Utile hoot tn your paper. He's work In ir
w.-il. and he's got tbo ttghdug splrtt tUai
wins yumes." ; '( r
The whnlp truth of the matter i seifort
In "Bin Hig Iyaj(iio Is-lmt"-ft corking ttory
of baseball in the making complete is lb
April Issue of People's Ideal FktSB Maim
liie oa aalo NOW fir teen cents acopy4 7b
is only the first story of a scries daolingfrii
" Phononi" J ones. n of tho ttortot U2 a
pear complete In every millibar. tkTMlfboi
the seaaou. Don't miss them. . 4W;
Ajw" Matter m cai Waf $Batwty
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