The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 27, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 1, 1912 Page: 4 of 16
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.. WkM Tlwy Play Today.-
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! v-rfcer wu old Skipper J Mm W
1 ' Tt. .7Llirtitv good Tear of so ago:
f Ilehed a ?W I J u on the too of hl
.'Uta? pier where the eouoe ought to
t And set the i"11 rut "Ji.lEj.'ru.
1 ruTThrrt. no more pep In poor "'".V'
cv Stage h bulled up agsiusl tbe Buffalo.
r"HI elr was as white the
4 D- .'1 win fnrn tb SiedCrab ID tB
But kr bal
speed te get tJ WW !
if Ami li 4wt It wb tbe tw-lm .
.'t Tli.ni lav .I..KU Ihr wllW- ml ttw (Km
IVv h. di.1. ii ii"- arm la a row.
I mt Ulu.-i .-our.-J 1U .-'isliluna ua joot
K.' nt'-TUT VIC .
' Buffalo Ljrtca.
Th. ahia Buffalo tailed Into ai-tiaa with
-''J fc" i-ol' TafrJnj aflerno. ami tppli-
" : with U fnw a frai tb' Urt. Captllw
f ruiwuu bauir oM i tb few nintM
"ijaosrwl a bnadaldn Into tho n-nij ontll
4 at j ut ftu ata to atcm. Kaked ton and aft
a deatractlTt tir. al-r7 T rvfuaad
atrtk bia colors afidv tboua w-tullT rkldl -4
i stwialil ow natll ibf rtunt tun 'Wbca b wltb-
" n-w far repairs. But tli battle was a declai
irtaiT foe Ottpulo nilmaa and bla rrew.
'- "l Big siuia were ueel thrtHiiEliout tbe cannaaj.
Iboairb for a law tumarats It kokeil as If "anlr
-' 'would baa t plke tbe b.-.iTT annuo t" a It
. taad aewd In bl rairfd Bre bIterie- Tlio latter
.wera kept Miitaii U reaJj tor u. but ultl-
- asatwl tne oik rut pi idio -
t j went lallamtlT tbnuti tile setaou
' ta th other band. Flllm.ui W'u-ked 1 neaTy
1 HhiiCob armor plate niMled ly a stutt from too
j.' bostilo Teanel. A nppu uoio was tern benviU
but all bands stood tu r puirs aud tua Injurj
Fi waa aoom repaired.
ff. Vic Miller Got Hit.
iai . l. . i...uiur. ilmAlt Wrirti
fawa njftdrr tbe terrible fussila-ie of tlie early
i raonds. But to bis en-ill t tie
and went tbe rout-
After a remarkably
I pm! ball barrluic
aaooMatarr weakness In tlie ultitU. hlnjuudMio
tw winnj mm t-n' u.t --
'.iTkt blr ooJIertan was In sitp.rb ronn and but
i fur one bad session would have ncon'd a sh it-
t out. lie waa ably ba. ked hy eislit Biiffslisn
. aa at eridVnid by tbe fa t that. Ilenirh tnuis-ed
i toe tmr clean hits lu tlie sltth seanee. tbe Skip-
Btfn ctmld ranier but one small run.'
K.l-l.. .r u-..rL .m.in afiilM tan hnlihlea
j wt-iv aiaue oaea i'i Jiinq. ui "i-- fl"
iferlater no complaint as be was rlyeu faultless
4 fteUUtut aatll tlie i ixbtu aud then but oue errr
ajfnred ta a nut.
' I LanaVvtb. Wbitrraan and Rennard wietdei tbe
Wudceon. Tbe Utter made ibr-e hits and drove
BB Waco a hme run. n tilteman was tne mr i i
A an two lioimton run-retting ss be hit in three
it tallle and seoriMl the otuer vheu Lsndn'th haoi-
aiered him over tbe plate t'bh-k knaupp waa
:J flak oaTortinr'bld at short aeceutlua ten chapees.
A Wen From tha Start.
r :' Tbe Bnffn went after tbe bacon from tbe start
aa4 aurreeded In cllmbinr the trroasi-d pnle In
. ! Vat Tory first inning. Knaupp shot a laughing
.'-alncla orer se-ond baa. Bntton laid down a
'I pnln I aaeriflee. Ttaeis drew one In the rihlets
'.and 4at watted r pass. Vic had by this
- time nucceei'.ed iu m I lut; the cushions and
Ulnared nomewlint nskanee at Mr. Whtteinanol
i tranhaar atomll on hia atu at the nan. Korae-
' what apprehensive f a sqwese. vl-t.r piished
. .. a wide owe over first and Whiter made no effort
' to hit It. Slit-htly rea:-sureil. Vte simle.1 and en-i-uewToreil
to put a Ktrauaal fsst one artvea the
Vlllatealnit pnn. Just one second later lie i'e-
'. aeeted on the adslsalulitr of iettliiK Whltey
t amMteao- Three-ouartent of a aetnind from the
i.tjJBO- -be hurled the spheroid in fact be wlstsil
ae hada t lr. Fur vthitemau tyed It eaitertr
f and Ittacsaa rurally lambasted the arnrnn' ant of
. .lt. Tb ekwt. be mad was one of f tie hardest
lt of tha sen sou. It nailed orer Al ken's he:rd
' and hit In left thirty Tarda behind him. Keeping
It conjrae. M lanwned nn nawlnsr. the nrneHedour
aifni with a Mm that spoke of Its heateil ebar-
' aelar aJHl let the erowd know that "l'o " hail hit
' the bail. It bonnied nvwrtlr bark from wild
maw for another ten feet making Mcl.an.rln mrn
; hi hia path to recover it. While these things
fworw bnpnenlns. Knaupp hatl walked In. Iavl.
! ur home. Me Laiirin got ihe ball Jtwt in time
" 'to ao him eat up the last few laps. Wbiteman
' atrucai oat Luklreth and Dodd. .
ii - . - - V
Waco 8olva Eddv.
f Waco had a brilliant Inspiration In the siith
aad aoived tbe Sam Lloyd pintles Rdtiy fas aerr-
lac am. Mcl-iurin started with a swat to left.
.''y to ret mlxpl up In a double play engineered
.vhy Knanpp. Ihsldyund Newnatn. duplh-atiDf a
V performance of tnf prerlous inning. With two
prone utetiKiw pinged oue to center. Allen
dropped tbe ball as he started stealing and
Own almost got him at aecond. Then Kennanl
''eont an easy tap to rigHt and fMchlnw came
a " " J H..IUI- uuiu riIUII "U S was Illl.
' Tanner contributed another safety. 'lut Woh-
lben'a beat was a high fly to Knnupp. Waco
..3ed made ynat one run on four hits
i f Houarnn added another In the elgbtb. Davia
--waa anfe on Tanuer'a h-arr chunk hut waa
eanrht ateallnc Newnam fh-w out. Wbllemnn
E" .ht "oeond hit and started for second.
Reillyr heare waa lurid and lieorg" trareled to
----- w -i iw uiirr-iiiii-iwu uoie
nd then atnng a two-base hit to right scoring
...Whitai. liodd grounded .em.
j - Rennard Trlpldd In Ninth.
JsrWaee assnmed alanuirif prvportlomi in the
" Slat when Rennard tripled to center hut Tan-
nor Wohleben and Reilly rniuiiJKl out In auc-
ceaslon and he could not score.
Boantaa AB B BH l'o A B 8H SB
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Brttton. Sb 0 I) 2 I 0 D
Paria cf 3 1 I) s li l ' H
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WhUaataa If.... 4 1 2 1 0 0 0 1
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Here are Cct -Cut (Under.hirU and Knee lruTfli Prnrcra which offer
comfort in it fullest meaiure. Made from light sturdy strft-to-the-altin
fjhricjtluttwaweUajulwww JOc 75c 1.00' 1.59 agannent '"
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U"0 114 0U1 I.
Two-base kits Wtutrtaan. Lartdretb.
Baaea on balla Br Miller 3. by ICIaimulm I
8tmr out -Br Miller by Kdmundsoa :t.
Hit by pltcwrr By -Millar 4 (Uavla. Uritton
Double ptaya A I bet to Wohlabtn. Kaanpp to
to Newnani I3i.
Left an baseo Honatoa 8 Waco f .
Time of came Uar hour an4 forty .alnatea.
Uatplre Van k(kh
NOTES Or THK GAME.
Today at 4:3d
Moat b tamet Bay an4-Joal tbla aftemx.
Tttw B-jffl ttey "fee lesdlnr the lesrne!
And tb boCa ro uarrblux on!
Fir In a roar from Waco not so bad either.
Also serea outjifrlcut played wltb tbe ttklppers.
Laarttrth'hit safe to rfcrbt In the third sfler
two were out ana- atoia seconri but inner
ap4 . atola
iirLaarln made a flaa cateh of
to loft In the aoreuU. Ho hail
fast to aet It ...
of tbelr own
In tke fifth ueu
I bey rut
off Durey and Millar.
Brltton made the first pretty stop rff the jsme
In the seeouil "lien be ran Isi'k toward the left
field bleachers to get Wohlohen's tall foul.
CluY-r Knaupp aiade one nf those things In the
eighth wlwn he ran hack In shnrt ami with Ii la
bare hand pulled In what looked like a aufc hit.
He waa erenlnc op wltb llcijurln.
At ken was oat in the fourth when Crirhlow
walked and Hennard got Waco's first hit. a
alow one to rUht. But Tanner fanned r.nd
Iiarla toorNcara of WoUleben's drlrc to deep
A nicely operated doable' cut off s pos.lhls
run for Houston In the fourth. Alh-n lot Hi..i
K.lmun.ls.iD hicrtcel. Knnupp was hit. Thiu
PPed to Atken. who forced Hlcdd ut
doubled Brltt off Brat.
With one gone In the second. Kdmundson
Teiae laaguered orer second. Knaupp twice
trlwl I to persuade Van ho hnd lieeu alt hnt
j?'' wlh 11 Tl"'n advanced
Kddy by retiring. Aiken In WolMen. the t
17. ?"illl. Pelt scoop. Brlitou was hit.
but Ixrls fooled out.
Worth Could Not Find
Miwxtalrri Trrji Rrpnrt.)
BEAI'MOXT. Texas. May 31 Brandt Ditrhed
a twelre-lnnlmr no-btt game trMlay In a ter-
rific pttcbere' duel with I'crrltt. which was
w.m In tne twelfth by Holts with a home nut
drlre down left field. Few mines hare ever
eoualled this one In InOenslty of Interest or
aplendld Dlaylnr. It reuulred no Indnlrence
the seorer to keep from-charging Ilmndt with
iwre was nothing to rcneuilile a hit
su.1 Heauraont rieldera at no time had to eiert
tliems. In s lo help Brandt.
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0 1(1 II 0 n
1 1 1 II II t) o
0 0 14 0 2 0
0 0 2 ()
0 1 2 1 (l ii ft
1 .1 Id land
0 '1 U 2 0 o 0
2 30 0 1 "il "ii
R Bll PO A F. Sll SB
0 o it n n i
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0 0 1 1 0 0 0
0 11 .1 1 ft t
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0 0 4 4 0 II
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1 0 S4 IS 2 1 3
Kdmloston aa . .
Howard cf . . .
Name lb .
line out when winning run was nude.
By Innings r
Beaumont 000 000 100 onl 2
tort Worth 000 100 Out) 0001
Two-base hit Holts. '-
Ijcft on basrai Beaumont 8. Fort Worth 5.
Home pin Holts.
Double play Rdminaton. Caser and Cook
mrise veils wiw nraont 1 4. ny i'crrltt t.
Hsaas ob halls Off Brand! Ii. off Perrlll 1
Hsaas o. halls Off Brandt
Wlhl nlfrhea Re Hi-amlt i
Time of game Two honrii
and twenty five
AYERS GOT HIS REVENGE.
Cast-off Bested Senator Though Downey
(Associated Press Report.)
SAN ANTONIO. Tens. May 31. Ayres nn
Austin cast-off. was rtoee In th pinches to-
day sod Has Antonio heat the Senators 5 k
4. drlrlng D. Taylor to coyer and then tra-
ining Ashton In the ninth. Mansger Downey
protested the game on the cronnils that' Kob-
Inaoa'a two-oagger la- fae fourth which Bound
ed behind the corner of the right field slnaris.
sbon d hare rone for a home nm.
Th bit ting
of Meti. Downey and Belts featured
Ran Anton lei AB
Kelts tf ..... . 4
Mldklff. 3b i
Betta. c 4
Mets. lb 4
Wallace as .... 4
ltn lteostcla. cf.. 4
Whlt.rttu wa8 tlie liattlnsr Hero of yea-tera-'s
name. He drove In three of the
four runs and scored the other
Brownlow. If .
(1 Smllb. 2n..
D. Taylor p.
11 27 1.1
2 2 0
1 2 0
One nut when winning run scored.
.022 nno nni-
2ou loo mo
Innings pitched By D. Tavlor 2 2 3. hy Ash-
ton tl 1 .1.
Runs -Off r Taylor 4. off Ashton 1.
Hits apisirlloucd Off I. Tavlor 0. off Ash
Two. base til t-- -Ihiwuey. Meti.
Three-base bits -Mdts.
Home I litis Itowin'v. .
Sai'rlfl- flv Lrldv.
Slnick out -Uy Ayres 4. by D. Tuvlor 1. by
Ashton 4. I
Bases on halls-Br Ayres 3.
left on laes - San Anti.nlo 4. Austin ft.
Ih.iible phiys llsrlngi-r t" Ujillnce to Mets.
Illiinliiger lo Hill (ielu tt. Hi tii.
Time - tine hour and forti five minutea.
M ADAMS HAMMERED HARD.
Dallas Won by Hlttina. While Shentz
f Asiocated frr.t-r Report .)
OAI.VESTON Tnss. Mir 31. McAdams.
Maloney's latest aiMltlhn to his pitching staff
was hammered unmercifully by the Dallas
tllatits. wlm won easily fpim the Sand Crabs
this nffrrinsin hr n score of 5 to 1. Had it
not Itecll for fast fielding mid a IT'! dent of
luck lie. the break. Ihe score would have been
much sheavler. Shonta was a puttie tu the
l.s-als. allowing ooly five hirs. l-'orsvthe was
the Imttiuff hem of the day
He drove In the
first three runs for tlie Out:
Iv single.. Kns w:is put out
with two tinie-
f the park and
ItlsiK'iiiled for three duys for
l'O A F. SI! 8B
Cnlreaton AB It Bll l'O
Mang. 2b 4 o ii T
reehlea. rf 3 0 tl 1
Madden. s-S 4 II II 1
Salm. lb :i 1 l) 7
Jolly cf 4 II .1 2
Spencer. If .... 4 II II 1
Clemens. :th 4 II o 2
II. Williams c. ;t i 2 r.
Mc.Vdauis i ... 3 0 0 ii
Kellenriau. ss .
Wilsi.D. cf ...
Hhutitl. p . .
Careiidef. If .
A v. fri SB
.issi one ioa-
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Tiv I in -o
I.ft "Il I. il
M' Ailauis .". hy Shoiilz
'lillvestoii ii ItallaM 12.
lUlIf of gllMK
Tv.o hoars and fivu uiinuti-s.
TWO SOUTHERN RECORDS
Were Broken In Olympic Tryontr at New
(Associated Press Report.)
''.NtJW oni.KANS; May 31. Two Southern rec-
ords were broken tislay by the Junior par-
ticipants in ihe annual track and field chutnplon-
Bhlp uii'Ct of the Southern -Association of Ihe
Amerlciin Athletic I'nlon -at Tulane univerltv
stiulluui. Tic- hiiif tulliv whlk was lowered 7 l o
seconds l.y lloliu of llie Broadway Athletic club
of New Orleans who made It in 3 minutes 21 2-3
seconds and Ii. Vuu Horn of Tulnio- sel a new
reenrtl or 42 reel li inches for the running bop.
lilitversiry won tue tunlor meet wit l a
total score of 42 points. llnmdway Athletio
lub. New Orleans was si-olid wllh 3"; Public
School Athletic leajiiie ihir.l with 25; Youn
Men's tiymunslnm lesgue Xwtirtli. 22. The ;in-
attached athletes mndc a cuuihiiieit total of 31
No teams were entered from any city or school
outside of I nii I l n n n.
in tlie running hop. alep nnd Jump o. Kmnk
of the Hroadnuy AtlileUr cuh nl so heat Ihe
former Southern record of 40 feet II 12 inclica
by cviycrtiuc 41 f'H nnd 4 J-2 Inches.
The senior events will be held tomorrow.
ATHLETIC8 BOWL FOR PLACE.
Auguat Dlngelstedt Made the)' High Score
The Ho-.ston Atliletlcs bowled last night to
select members of the No. 1 and No. 2 teams
Mr tbo Unrris County league. In tlie thlrt.a
frames Auguy IiinrelstotH was high with l.'i.".
The last IsiwTlng for plnce will take place Moo-
day night. 1
The . wores:
42- - 123
. 221 200 20S B38
Two Fart Games Promised
Today'a achedule lu the City lengne ia as fol-
lows: At Main street: Houston' Sporting Goods vs.
Oil Urota diauiondl Mlatrnt-Vfunns v Rrm.
Taylor Team Disbanded.
(Houston post SptcM.t
TATLOIl. Tciaa. May 31 After three weeks
of onrnntsstlon. tlio Taylor baseball club was
disbanded following yesterday's game and the
players departed for other places. Taylor lost
oulf thn games out of twelve played. Man-
ager llicks disliunded the team ou account of
the poor attendance and lack of lutereat lb tbe
aauiea by the faus.
Calvert Kldt Won. '
; "(Houston Post Sptcial.)
FRANKLIN Texas "May 80. An interestlni
tame or ball was- played on the Franklin dia-
mond today between Calrert and FranWin kid
teama. The ganw resulted In a score o4 12 to 7
la faror of Calrert. .
Rung. Defeated Mineral Walla -
tuoriolra! Press Kipert.)
- RCNOB. Texas. May 31 iteeae aad Uln-
ral City ball trams played here this etenltae
est the Range arounda. The' reaajt of the acure
w aa if v ui lavor or "vm Bga.
. United tUtaa Laagua. :i
( Assent HJ Prta Rrpert. '
Pltttbors. CloreUed 14. Plttaban
MielHUWMl. kbaus4 4. Ckkaae I.
Twenty eenta baMc on avery dollar at
MBfiva a avrtif wo ayi rreawa.
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they're Worth More But This Week
Through a fcrtunafce purchase we c?n offer you a splendid lot of finished and
unfinished worsteds and Serges at a prfce'that.doesn't begin to measure- up to their
surpassing quality. . . C .' y - ' J
They're specially selected ia the favorite Blues browns blue .grays pluntv olives
fM1 V"slrf Oil
Like all Kuppenheimer garments they're pure wool' cold-
water shrunk before making and hand-tailored and sewn. They're
far btjtter than you'd expect at .this.price. - Just another instance
. of. our determination to live up lo our reputation for always giv-
ing the biggest bes values in Houston.
We've put 72 suits in this assortment at $201 If you're wise
. you'll pick yours early.
CARDS BROKE GIANT LUCK
Joe Willis Held League" Leaders to Five Hits
and Won Out
St. T.ouls W York 1.
linsiklvn II S. Boston :1 3.
I'lttHbui'g li Cillciniiall 2.
Where They Play Today.
fine I owl! I nt ltnsikliu.
rittslmrg nt rhlladelphia.
t'tiiciigo al Boston.
St. I-oilis nt Now Vork.
N' w York
League Waved. Won. Lost. P. 0.
i ' I nr-lnna 1 1 .
rittslmrg . .
St. Louis . .
(.tuoriatsi Prrtt Rlfort.t
ItlttHIKI.VN. X. Y.. May 31. Bciwkljn made
It three straight from Boston y winning both
gnmes of t. slay's doulilo -Iwnder. The la-als
through tlmelv hitting took the first game
eusliy. u to :i.. and the st-cond. 8 to 3. In the
second game Brown wna hammered nnt of the
bill in one Inning ami IWnnelly had allghtly
better luck nlthoiigh he Bnlshed out the gimc.
Hiicker relii-vd iugu with two runners across
the bases full and msVsly out In the aecond' Bl-
uing and held the visitors ronleoa until the
ninth when n tnulf by .Moran helped to a ""t
b'irst gnme - B sj
Boston 100 000 iOO 3 . 1
Bmoklrn owl 002 10" to
Dlekaon. MtTlguc. Iloitg and Oowdy
Ylugllur nnd Kiwln. .
Sicond gameScore RUB
Bosliui 020 (100 Wl 3 2
llr.sirlyn .100 013 0l 8 14 2
Urown. Donnelly ami Howdy; Rafau. Kuekcr
.N'F.W YORK. May :i. -t. Iionin broke New
York's winning streak. Inking the Orat came of
the series 5 to 1. J.. Willis a recruit held
the IocuIb to tivc hits. Kew York' scored -its
only run ou Meyers heme run.
Score B H B
St. Unls 110 000 00.1 6 1
New York OUI IWU 000 1 ft 2
Willis and Bresuahuu; Willie. Teerenu and
Me) era. '
PITTHBIUU. Pa. llarch ?1. 4 postponed
game of April 23 was non by Plttsbueg from
Cincinnati today. 0 to 1. Adams was cfreetlve
througliost. Pitcher t ele formerly of Chicago
reported to Mnnnger t'lnrlie .today and was In
uniform llerinuu the luiier player secured frota
Clilcsgo will report uegi week.
ISi.ire-- R H E
Olhclnnntl 100 001 0002 6 4
Pittsburg (HI 020 (SI 8 3 2
Adams and Ulbeon; Kromme. Bagby and Mc-
Lean. BROWNS BESTED DETROIT.
Powell' Pitching and St. Louis' Hitting
0t. uhiis . uetroit .
Where TheyPlay Today.
Washington at 8t. Lenta
tttniiadelplil at tlblcagu.
Nvw Xork at Detroit.
- B-mtoo af DleTelano.
A merles a l-mirue Plarsd. Woa fyMt t. 0-
Mew Turk .
C Louis 3.
(Atsooatii Prist Rtorl.y . .
LODIS. May L rrWIPs pitching.
gethar wUh UUt laweisj Kay wttlasr. was too
jock (ar ittol thl aft era arm and tt. Loeis
wen t I. Va Msia' Istat -tarty Wat artd
tT9 iNAtM awdKr 4tsw sfAw4 ATM
Our Boys' Department
Offers some very interesting specials for Saturday and Mon-
day. See them before fitting out the'bdy.
"SATISFACTION MUST BE YOURS"
LEOPOLD & PMCE
509 MAIN STREET
In the first when Bush was psssed
ioo ono oooi n l
l 12 OEJO On 14 0
Mtanage; Pmell and
PASSED THIRD STRIKE
Let Birmingham Win After Boehllng Had
Pitched Out of Hole.
AtlBnta T kfootgnmery 2.
New Orleans a. Memphis S.
Mobile 2. Nashville 0.
Uirmlnghsm 5. Chattanooga 4.
Where They Play Today.
Atlanta at Uontr
Mobile at Nashville.
Chattanooga at Birmingham.
PlaQ..Wom Lost P. 0.
V Ik M K SUA
Atlanta . . .
(A'tociaUi Frist Riport.)
BiRMlNOHAM. Ala.. May St After Chatta-
nooga had rallied and tied th cor la ta
ninth Birmingham made another aad woo the
game. 6 to 4. The wlnalng ran was mad on a
fluke. Boyd first up. knocked a three -barrer.
but the succeeding lutsmea were sttnek ont.'
However Noyee failed to eateh ta last strike
on Carroll aad Boyd score the wlnalng ma.
Jordan set bark Into the game la th alath in
ning today after several days' absence ea aceount
Boyd and Tanta;
110 00 0216 10
100 000 2014 11
Boehllng and Koye.
MEMPHIS. Tenn.-. Msj (1. Near Orloans
we free hitting and rather Indifferently played
game today by piling1 ap runs on ring the tear
Inning Allen pitched Hopper relieved Allen
and held the visitors to three bits aad one raa
hut tbe local players although they hit Bwaaa
freely could aot overcome New Orleans' lead.
Tbe snore waa 8 to ft. The players hit for
extra banes. rergTSapn at bat twice drove oat
a two-base hit gad She for three bauvea.
- Score - H
New Orleans If 100 001 t 14 3
kempiiis oo ooi ea-. is 4
Swsnn and HaighAllea and oeper aad Sea-
baagh. ToBoeauw. . e
NASHVILLK Tenn.. May fl-ta a feat hod
snappy game NashTtlle was defeated lo the first
game of the aeries with Mobil this afternoon
2 to 0.
Mobile .oC OOO 00 000
Nashville .3 000 000 000
Beraer aad Dsroau rieharty aad
MOXTfJOMBBf. Ala. May 1. Atleata ran
away from MosrtgoiBery this aftamooa aad ma
1 1 .
Seen ' " " B II a
Montgomery V.. ... 101 000 0002 jo - 4
Iirely aad MeAJUster; JUttea and Doesha.
i sal tie iat j 1 a
- Amoriean aaoelatlott. . '
.t" liu0cattiPrMkchrl.) ' '
At St. TsnW-at. PanWMIfaeapeHa. rafa. .
At Colatnboa.-iorBnirrne . Laourtill 27 '
At Kansaa City. Kansas City a. MllwansM
At oitHhvTeledo aWaiiBaapsll L . .
'""&?'lt T. Hamblen anttat. Room Wt'
Union MaUvtM) bank rbona Presto 4.
M - sTajrai 11 at at m . '
SET Pi WORLD'S RECORD
Brandt oi Beaumont Plkhed a No-Hit Twelve-
(Houston Post Special.)
BEAUMONT Terse. May 81. Orover C. Brandt broke the world's record this sfter-
Boon hr altehlng a twelre-lnnlng. ao-bit game against the Fort Worth team. It is the first
Bo-hit geme of say leagth pitched In the Texas league this or last season anil It Is claiine.i
by those who keep op with tbe records that the longest lib-hit game ever pitched before
was eleven Innings.
It reqslred no Indulgence on the part of the scorers to give Brandt the no-h!t game.
Neither did sny Beaumont plsyer have to exert himself to prevent hatted balla from being
A few long files.-which were fielded without difficulty were the only batted halls
which bore the Rltgateet resemblance to hits.
Braadt walked five men and his odly error was a wild pitch which was nAt a dis-
credit for the reason that It waa a frightful lr wide out-shoot which got hy tlio Catcher.
Brandt la but 20 years old. He waa born In llllnoie. but waa living lu Fresno. Cat. ut
the beginning of tbe 1011 season when be Joined the Kt. Psul club in the American ss-
soclstlon. He pitched only a portion of one game and wss tsken Ml. and after three weeks
went to Oalteston and Joined the Galveston team. He pitched a no-hit game avalnst Hi lis-
ten laet seaac. He was drafted at they close of Inst season by Brooklyn but Galveston
waived en him when turned back this year and Ben union t tx.ntlil him.
. Today's score shoold hare beeu 1 to 0. Fort Wocfu's first and only run came In Ihe
fourth. Mnrcb was walked and stole second. He. went to third on wild pitch and when
Thompson bunted down tbe third base lino Murch started home. Holts hautllod the hnl!
and wee waiting oa the Bne for him. but Murch gave a sudden lunge to one side ran
five feet oat of lias and around Helta aad slid to the. plate. I'niulre Torrey culled li i
In tbe seventh. Dail led off with single and waa. sacrificed by Casey and scored on
The game then raa swiftly through to tbe twelfth Inning. Fort Worth got s run-
ner on third la the twelfth but be was caught at the plats trying to score. Kdralstnn
was first up for Beeumoat and groaaded out to first. Holts came up aud lnndcd on lie-
second ball 'pitched driving It on a line down left field and to tbe fartlierest corner of
th lot giving htm ample opportunity to tour the bases tt was the most snectncnlur fin-
ish of a moat extraordinary game of baseball which could hart been devised if one mulil
hart planaed It out la advance.
Beatty of Colombia Betted Horner'i
- Shot Put Beoord U Qualifi-
PHILADELPHIA Pa:' May 21. Tbe try-
outs oa Franklin field tat afteroea for the
ftaala 1a tbe lotercoilegUte track aad field
nets aoaaorrsa Indicate that th team cfaaav
ptoashlp probably lies between Ooraelt last
year's winner tod PenaayrTahla. The Pennsyl-
vania!) Qualified thlrtaaa ' eno. the area teat
nnabet of area la ta Wa areata la which
trial tear aeeessary. aad Cornell aatted through
area bat the Ithacaas ar strong ' la the
brasche a( the arort al which hf will rua
meg totaorrow. UarTaal-ahowed aa wU. bat
aat'aa atrassrrr aa as eireeted. HarraM aal-
tti4t aia taaa. ! Utv 3rtBrahta eight.
Pa4asuataartea Mtcalaaa aarea. Vnneetoa
sir yraewaa nve awewa an weaieyea wo
i asanas HswibiIb llmsshuaaws fTarh.
raaaiia.iB mala aad Bataera aa . V
Oa taterantllscVass aeeora the aaat-awt waa
aream. M r try aa wwaota. m an
end threw aleeed Mi dhvUnce at W
tachas. Th IntereoUegiat xwf was at
T l-t lacbea. asauey X I Corner ot
lges ta Ital.. -. i. . r-' I
u Beatty f Coraeibla. to M MtK
hraa ta latll. T - N
oetahlaif Beattr'a Bearing the' shot -ant.
aaother aotehl serf ormaace la th nM rent
temariiHr la eaverttid ta Ba
TIRES $2Xa FOOT PUMPS 50c
NEVER LEAK 25o
a W BEARDSLEY
mM4S4i 1120 Txa
IB her ability to carry off the half mile
the one-mile and 4wo-mllo events
Th weather today was perfect and the track
( ( LEAOUE STILL. TOTTERINQ.
Last Gam Played at Reading In U. ft.
" (Associated Press Report.)
. RBADINQ ' Pa. May SI. Tbe last United
Stats league baseball game ba been played In
tula city. - Cincinnati Is scheduled to play hero
tomorrow bat 6ugh McKlnoon the Claelnaail
anaget was "disappointed with the small ku-
dteace of Memorial Day sad will take bis team
heme totogltt. it tlklmed that' the cfrimit
trill be rearraagM and that only Western dtlrs
will be la the orrnnlsatterr: " ladlatisnAiia e
- t .ml be rearraagi
revrta.wUl gW the Reading fTanchlay" i-
SHELL RQAD ANTI-SLIP
sUCTCW tlRSS ARB OOm TIMES .
: .-- toit naAMB-. . .
1 Wo tot aa Credit BleWaa AS
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