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   Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - August 24, 1922, Galveston, Texas                                THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS. THUESDAY. AUGUST 24. 1922. GASSERS MAKE IT TWO STRAIGHT FROM CRABS, 5 TO 3 TEXAS 1JEAGCE. Homers Account for Calendar Runs Made Off Knight? Lohman Holds the Crabs BY ANGUS L. PAUKER. If ihe Shreveport Gassers could only get a few more sick ones in their ranks, they might cause trouble to a lot of pennant contenders, for with a makeshift ball club they made our own mangled Spudders like it yesterday in their second straight win from the home crowd, 5 to 3. Although the Gasmen hud but one athlete in his regular position, other than the battery pair, they played a bang-up game in the field and hit enough home runs to beat Jack Knight. Each and every one of the Gassers' five markers were results of home runs. Aside from those homers, Knight pitched a good game. While the men-of Louisiana were Baberuthing the game on ice for Zeke Lohman, the old boy was turning in one of those exceptionally good games that he is wont to do every so often. suf- fered one embarrassing inning, in which the Sand- crabs got four of their seven hits and all of their three runs, but except for that one bad frame the embarrassment was all on the part of the Crabs. The three homers that meant the doom of another ball game for our hopefuls came from the bats of George Jackson, Slim MeUrew and Hoy Storey. Two More Crah Sick "While tho incapacitulion of Phreveport's seumed not to ar'leet the team's playing in the least (unless it wits lor the the fact that u large portion the Crabs ure undor the weather bi-i-ms to have tak.-n a lot of kick out of those who remain in the ranks. The old right and "jinne- fiAl.VRSTON 3, SIlltKVKFOKT 5. Kort Worth 1-4. Dallas 7, San Antonio Wichita Falls i. lieuumont 11. Where Tnej 1'Iay Today. SintKVKl'OUT AT GALYESTON. Kort Worth at Houston, Dallas at San Antonio. Wichita at Beaumont. StulldlllK Of ClubM. Won, Lost, Per ct Wichita Falls---- Kort Worth... Dallas GALVISSTON Shri-veport Han Antonio.. Houston CO 57 00 57 55 54 41 33 S3 ;s ;4 is 12 1C 19 24 S-t 32 35 43 .71 .683 .575 .5' .ti'j "33; AMERICAN that has pulled so many games out of the rut was not there in such gobs as heretofore and the biu- gle that starts a. rally or the one that sends a i-ouple of players rtcross the was sadly missing. Little Joe Munson's being out of the took away no small amount of punch from the Crab attack, and had he been in there those necessary tlmely bingles to start the thing or finish it alter somebody else had started it might have been forthcoming. Nor was there another outfielder take Munson's place, for Jlmmie Thrash, like Munson, joined the ranks of the hospital brigade yes- terday. Two of the Crab tick ones out in uniform, however, to offset the Ifttrst loss. Ad rierotti and Scrappy Moore both were on the scene in battle togs again and be readv to go in shortly. Although the Gassers have but two mon mil of it. their loss caused Manager Vann to shift his team into all kinds of queer shapes. A pitcher and an inflelder were played in the outfield and two outfield'-rs anil a catcher on the infield, with the fourth iufieldi-r shifted from liis regular position. All of this had little to do with the or thofe Gassers. though. lor they all played their new place.-; well. Lloyd Smith, former Pandcrah, was called upon to handle several hard changes in center and he cared for them 'ike. u regular outfielder. Slim Mdjruw in right had but two chances and handled them both. lloth Field Writ. As for the fielding end of it. the makeshift Crabs also did a good job of it find no errors were charged to either side. There was but one play not, hrtndU-d perfectly on the part of the Crub fielders and even in that I'lay there Is a certain amount of satisfaction for the close observers. "With Homer EzzelJ. one of the speed- iest runners in the league, on sec- find. Jackson cracked a hit to left. Hendricks came in fast for the ball and it hopped to the side and pa-st him. Jackson making the circuit on the hit. Certainly had Hendricks stayed back itnd waited for ball, it would have been only a sii Too Many Homers CASSERS. AH. H. H. O. A. E. Smith, cf Jiioksoti. If. Felix., ab. ____ J. BuniH, c. McGrpw, rf. Vuiiii, Ib. Lvhinzm, p.. .1 4 -I 4 3 4 4 tl .3-1 5 27 il SAJvncit.vus. AB. K. II. O. A. E. .31 3 7 27 12 0 DlsteU us........ llrown, cf....... HenJrlrk.i. If____ Connolly. 2b..... t-Hllrl, Ib........ Ulvlnry. rt...... Hnle, 8b......... Griffith, e....... Knight, p.....___ TotlllH........ Si-ore by Innin .............100 210 ..........030.4X10 SUMMARY. lilts: HKr.ell, Connolly 2. Home rmuii Judknon, Storry. Stolen bnxc: Felix. Siicrlflcc hltst DIvlncy. Struck outi By Kulpht 5, by Loh- muu 2. 11 use on balls: Off Kntjrbt 1. Left on biiKCt liulvoKtoti 3, Sltreve- port 3. DouMc pluy: Siorey to Vann. Time .of fcntnft One hour and tiventy-Hprht mlriuU'H. Umpires: Daly and t ettterday. Cleveland 4. New York 1. Chicago 3, Washington 11. St. 6. Iknton J. Detroit 3. Philadelphia 6. Where They Chlcaeo at Washington. SL Louis at Boston. I'etroit at 1'hila.It-lphla. Cleveland at New Yorlt. Standing of Clnbg. Played. Won. Lost. Per ct St. Yjjrk 1 1 0 Detroit Cleveland Chirac" 119 1'hlladeliinia 119 71 79 65 S3 58 56 Bootoa US 4.1 49 56 59 61 63 67 73 Rnaltc Yccterdar. Brooklyn 6. ChlcaKO 0. Xew York at Cincinnati, rain. Philadelphia 3. PUutmrg 11. Boston 3. St. Louis 6. Whore They Play Today. Brooklyn at Chicago. Bostoi; at St. Louis- I'hilailflphia at Plttsbunt. New York at Cincinnati. Standing of Club-i. .59: .GSS .537 .516 .4SS .471 .431 Xew York... St. Louis..., PUtuburff Cincinnati Ftrooklyn Philadelphia Boston Played. Won. Lost. Per ct. 116 11T US 116 ------110 11C 110 113 70 67 65 C3 64 56 40 37 46 50 53 53 So 60 70 75 .603 .573 -C51 .543 .538 .483 .364 .330 that the (Jalveston outfield has thrown out fewer runners at the plate than any other it-am In the all for the reason that these outfield'-rs have consistently 1ft the balls play them, rather than charge in on the balls. Even this late in I the day it looks good to see the home rs tear In after a j ground hall for a chance at a runner trying to score. Tom Connolly, thf- cowboy, was the only Cr.-ih to take any particular liking to Lohman's pitching. The ancient Ezekiel allowed Cowboy Torn to gather u couple of doubles nod a single, one of the doubles be- ing the result of a misjudged fly in the sun field. Cowboy It. Jncki-on'H home run followed Kx- z'-ll's double down the first bnse line In the first Inning with two men out. giving the (Jassers a two- run margin to start. Ijolinian had bad Inning In I lie sororid. Connolly the. round with a fUmbl- to right and Miored nn Einel's single to the same field. Dlviney's sacrifice put Hack on second and Male's single ndvanr- ed him to third. Griffith singled to left, scoring Elbcl. Halo taking third on the lilt. Knight's fly to center scored Hale. The Crabs went out in oro'-r In five of the remaining peven innings. In the third. Con- nolly got two bases when .larkson misjudged his short fly. Connolly's single with oni out in the ninth was the only other orcurence to break tin- monotony of liille.ia in- nings. McGrcw's homer In the fourth pave thn Gasmen two runs and the. lead. 1'Vljx find was forced by Burns. Mn'.rew turned one over the right field wall, chasing Hums In ahead of him. Storey'u homer accounted for tho fifth run and came, in the fifth Inning with one out. It also was over iho right barrier Th- third Ram- of the is- slated for this aftf-moon, starting nt 4 o'clock. Jt is Hal Olvlney's turn tii work for the v.-hile Manager Vann has nol an- nounced his selection, but It Is prob- able that MclJrew will catch the as- signment. .POEMATION OF ATHLETIC CLUB TO BE DISCUSSED AT GATHERING TOMORROW The formation of nn athletic club to fatter ports in all hrunchcM will be UlHruNNtnl nt n tomorrow nt S at the Younjr MrnN CU 11 A n 11 on. Aewrd- IUK to prrlimlnnry If the orprnnlztition of the rlub tw brought nn It vrlll rntox the football, bnsobnll utid biiwkrt bull of Jolalne1 in other IIllfM Of NportK> AK r  Totals 0 0 000 34 13 27 1 Totals 34 S 24 10 for Marquord In ninth. By Bostnn ..........___....100 010 St. lyouis.................102 300 Powell, Nicholson M'iinn. Blades. Hornsby. Schultx, I.av.-vn. SherUel. Krrnrs: Nicholson. KoM hita: Schultz 2. Lavan. Thrse- fiast' hit: Bottomley. Stolen -base BiH-rkcl. Base on balls: Oft Marquard 1 off- Sncrdc! 6. Struck out: By Sheruc! J EOBINS MATTE IT TWO. By AKsoclntert Press. Chlcaco. 111., AHS. made It jrtralcht from Chicago today b> IrlvInK -Tones off the monnd In thn first Inning and bunching hits off Chcevea pcory was 6 to 0. Sherrod Smith pitched pooil ball In the pinches, and 'was inckrd up by three fast double plays. The scon.-: BROOKI.TN. AFI.H.O.A jnhnnl'n.RS 5 BGrif'th.rf 3 3 Myrrurf 4 Schm'ilt.lb 4 HUrh.Sb 4 l.Mill.-r.c 4 KmlUi.p 4 Mn.lset.cf Hol'oher.sa 3 0 Terry.2h 1 9 PlI'Mlllerlf 0 C 0 CHICAGO. AB.H.O.A Totals 36 14 27 11 .irrvl.o 2 1 JMorrtn.p o 1 2 1 3 1 2 1 16 2 1 210 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 nnnios mitlod in tho The Sandcrab Attach llenilrlcKii J'riwn At tint. 31.', 213 ]2< 412 Won 1 ir, ir, r, i. i i Pi-rrt. .311 ..121 1 173 (17 11! 131 124 Hfi .311 .JtlJ .271 .2.1? n 13 .600 announcement yesterday of the. pair- incTft for the firs! round. The first round matches remain intr to Played ur.- as fjilh.ws: Harris Kennmer vs. John t'eek, .1 V. raid- well vs. K. Hilly Kwell vs T. T. W.mrt. U. W. Johnson vs. .1. H roller. K. M. f'iii'ikhnril vs Ch.-irles i Will'im r.t A. Keen.-in. Jr.. K. o. K.imm vs. riir'f' w.-iik-'r n Tom Kice vs. Leitrl, I Totals 33 82720 fnr Cheeves in elEhth. Ttrnnlilyn .................400 100 Chicago..................000 000 Olson. 'Johnston B Griffith. Myer.i 2. Hlch. Error: Olmn' H.tso nn lulls: Off Cheevea 2. Struck nut: Hy Smith 2. Two-bamo hits: High r. H. M. H M. Ji O. Wariin.-r vs. T. H. Smith v's' ward. W. n. drow by Frnnojs nnU H In tho Ir.wor brnrkot, whilo J. A. IMosel. Angus I Parker an.] If. In tho upper brnrkot, An n rostill of Martin. 'Ill's win vop- lorday. ho moots w. M. Howard In tho srcond C. A. Ovonnhlre. of Pasadena, Cnl.. PIRATES SWAMP PHTLS. By Associated Press. rittslnirc, AUR. ilrove Hubbell from the box In the third Inning nml continued their hlttlnK on Philadelphia 11 to 3. fcore: rlULADBI.i'HIA. 1 AH.H.O.A.) AH.H.O.A Itnpr.-.b 4 0 3 M-nvllir.Hs 421) I'arK'ii'n.Sh 5 2 3 alrnrevcf 4 2 1 n Will-itmrf 5 2 4 0, If 4 0 3 5 .Trnynor.Sb 4 firimm.lb g -Matloj.t- 0 JSmlrll.M Hi Ili-nUne. r ltihiioii.p Tnlnl.i 3S 11 21 1." 3 7 Z 0 1 0 ooper.p Totals Ofin 001 s ------ISl 31M run: Texas League Home Run Hitters or Storr) hit: C.irey. II. .Stolen l.n.vn: Mokitn Mnr.in-- vllle, Truj-nor. H.'.t.c- on balls: Off Sln- Illeian 3. off Coiiprr 1. Struck nut; Uy 5. 1, Krkfl. V. KMIKI.. Ov---------SU'MITNHON (Tv Allen. Unit. .17 Shre.v..'.' Shruv... 1 iI.l.V Gv W r___.' -U'. V -----12 L'o.iinlin.l--. w___ Unit.. Mi.iiro. W. HK.NDKlrKM. liiillnwny, w. r K. W Krll.x. Hhli-v W. S. A ciioi' SJIOHTEST rx YI3AJIS IX I.OCKIIAUT SKCTIOA' Special tft Tho News, Lookhnrt. Tex.. Aup. will ho the greatest shortage of rter.-ins In this county this year that IIIIH oocurrnl in many yearn Tho llu.iisiiiHlH of fine Wan Mnrens lilver bottomy are b.-ire. and nhly it few the. iijach wiilnuts have ntiy nuts upon them. Tim Coombs.cT 2 2 Sears.lf 4 1 Calvo.rt Kmft.lb HOUSTON. AB.H.O.A. Holt.Sb 0 Mlllerjf 1 7 OJBalley.ss 4 _ Tav'ner.ss 4 2 Moore.c Koas.p 4 4' 1 1 4 2 1 2 5 0 0 0 White'n.cf 4 BribecX.lb 4 0 3 3 OjBen'ven.c 2 1 1 0 12 1 4 1 2 0 3 0 0 301 Totals 36 13 27 81 Totals 32 6 27 12 By Fort Worth.............400 000 5 Houston ................010 000 000-__ 1 Coombs, Calvo. Kraft Hoffman, Ross. Whluman. Errors1 Holt, Bailey. Bechtol. Two-base hits- Coombs 2. Sra.ft, Moore' Bailey. 3 0 2 Dav'port.p 0 Hodge. p 1 Mulligan 1 Totals 30 9 24 13 for Falk In ninth. By Chicago ...............'.'.200 001 3 Washington .............200 153 Hooper. Collins 2. lice, Harris 3, J-udgrc 2. Goslin. Brower 2 'ecklnpaugh. Lamotte. Errors: Jenkins -.amotte. Two-base hits: Sheely. CoT- lins. Judge, Peckinpaush. Three-base hits: Brower. Bice. McClellan. iiiL3. jjiunci.  urs; Pat Petranrk o' Mutiny. N J George Sargvnt, the Columbus. Ohio! vr-tnran; Gunnar Kelson of Kayi-tto, Ind., and the famous Jock Hutchison of Chicago, former holder the British open title. The "feature of the play was the iltltud" of the scori-s. for most of them were In the eighties, only ivciUy-rlght running under the "our-score figures. The tournament will last three dfiys. nnd another 18-hole qualify- nK round being played tomorrow ind the 36 holes finals coming on Friday with Saturday left for play- possibilities. VACATION TIMI'S, iet The Gnlvestnn News follow 'V l'm lrlp ivou taking. Ml of (he nrws for 75c por moiuh luinge your nddre.is as often as you Ualu 1'UoAu Wu. 1, Second gam Chattanooga...............j j R- H. E. Nashvill 14 0 021 Batteries: Bodgood and Kress- Lucas and Streiff. 8-3. IVIn 7-0. Birmingham. Ala.. Aug. m nghnm took both ends of a double bill from Mew Orleans here today the scores being 8 to 7 and 3 to 0 First R. H E -v Orleans............... 7 jj 4 Birmingham 8 10 Batteries: Martina. Rallev Walk- Second R; H. E N.-w Orleans........... Q 8 f) Birmingham 3 2 o! Batteries: Mattoson and Heving- Morris and Brandon. S, Little Rock. Ark.. Aug. 23__Mom- were helpless before :he pinches today, and the first game, of R. H. E. 1 7. 1 6 8 1 phis batters ItoMnson in Llltlc Uoc.k took thf scries, 5 to L Tho Memphis....... Littlo Rock..... nirkerman, Fowlkcs and Taylor; aolnnaou JiaU Lajjaa. But his sinister moods out displays d compared to which the very K is a trudging loafer, loltorlnc on its way. Broadway Cox, the bagman of the bashlnp business.- penned his praise of Lynch on a letterhead proclaiming, with canrtid manaKerial immodesty tho achievements of Eddie Coulon. Eildie it seoms. has elected himself champion of the sunny, sometimes. Southland, by a unanimous poll of one. vice Pete Her- man, retired. Coulon. like Marty Burke, tho happy- tro-lucky New Orleans llKht heavy, and Younr Denny of Shreveport, ham't ven- tured far from his own petunia patch prefe.rrlnK to M-ork clow to when he mifrht have prospered highly In the Eastern belt where beltinR is highly paid. Coulon -n-as no novlro as far back as of KM Williams and the ov.-Lne.s- rem Kewplc Ertlo of Pt. Paul. He cami> up with Atlanta Kid Pappas. Dallas by Burns and Toupi; Zulu Kid. and he Is noK-. a sort of ch.-vmplon. with a lariat ivaltlnK to laaso Lynch when the champion rallies !nlo New Orleans on his autumnal tour. "ncans flnt he won't try to floor Joe Lynch III." own manager will tell him: "If Joo Is floored he'll always win Leading Hitters Of The Majors (Copyright 1922. by Al Munro Ellas.) SPECTACULAE. PAKABE HELD BY OEANGE LEG-IONAIEES Special to The News. Orange, Te.t.. Aug. spectac- ular parade was staged on the streets of Orange tonight by fifteen wreck- ers of the Jefferson County Volture la Soclete des Quarentes Homme et Hull Chevaux in the preliminaries of the initiation of 30 per cent of the Lloyd Grubbs Post of the American Legion with twenty-five members of the Lake Charles Forty and Eights participating. The parade was led by the fire chiefs truck, followed .by a typical delegation of war prisonars In chains, while behind them came the "French side-door fol- lowed by the wicked stock burden- ing a wayward buddie. The rear was brought up by a double team of mules pulling a wagon of guards, behind which prisoners trailed with their shackles. At the close of the parade S. L. Nelson, national organizer of the Forty and Elghters, delivered an ad- dress in behalf of the disabled and jobless former service men. The delegations proceeded to the Chamber oj Commerce headquarters, where the initiation ceremonies were performed. Special to The News. Orange. Tex.. Aug. contract for putting on another minstrel show in Orange with amateur per- formers was signer! by the commit- tee on minstrels of the Young Alen's Business League with Jimmle Hull of Beaumont this afternoon. The performances will'be for the benefit of the tourist camp fund and will be g-iven at the Liberty Theater Oci 12 and 13. The committee dealing with Mr. Hull was represented by Georg-e Colburn. W. B. Simmons and J. E. Milliken. This will make the fourth performance in Orange under the direction of Mr. HulL ADDRESS BY PAST GOTER3VOR OF JLIOiVS CLUB Special to The News. Orange. ment that Dr. A. B. Booth of Beau- mont, past district governor of the Lions Club, -would address the local club at its next luncheon next week, was made at the weekly luncheon held at the Chamber of Commerce dining hall today. At this luncheon, the organization which was recently instituted, was perfected in the adoption ot a. con- stitution and by-laws. STATE OFFICIAL ELECTED TO BAATEC EXECUTIVE STAETB1 Special to The News. Port Arthur. Tes, Augr. was announced at the Seaboard State Bank and Trust Company here today that F. P. Wood, liquidating- accountant for the state department of insurance and banking, would be attached to the Seaboarci s executive staff Sept. 1 as active vice president and cashier. Just you try TO REMODEt. ORAN'GE CHURCH Special to The News. Orange. Tex., Aug. First Christian Church congregation of! this city is maturing plans for the overhauling and complete remodel- ing of their church building. Ar- rangements have been made for the expenditure of about J7.000 on the building, which will be much large.r and. In reality, a new building.' Rev. Marion Brown of Woodville. who spent twenty years in missionary work during which time he preach- ed under twenty different flags, has accepted the pastorate of the church, succeeding Rev. Mr Parks who became pastor of a church at Nucogdochps. A revival meeting will betpn at this church next Sun- day night. The preaching will be done during the. revival by Evan- gelist Charles Earl, with the pastor snirnxG BOARD SPE.V0S DAY AT PORT ARTHTtni Sperlnl to The News. Port Arthur. Tex.. Aug. C riummer, one of the. shipping board' commissioners, was a guest of tho I local Chamber of Commerce today on arrival with Mrs. Plummer. He was met by the maritime committee of the Chamber of Commerce and shown over the docks and refiner- ies. From here Mr. Plummer will go to Orange, "LITTLE PARIS' for real summer comfort The small shield and nar- "row, long-stretch, peppy, silk elastic make "Little Paris" extremely light, cool and comfortable. Get your first pair today on our say so after that you' 11 buy them on your own say so. 3000 Htnws of 5ofid Cotngottr in every pair at 50P York AMERICAN. St. Ixluls. 114 470 Cobb. rvin.lt. 108 <23 Speaker, OU-vo.. in <10 Hellmann. In-t.. 115 443 I-.uUMr.'fb.il.1... 7S 223 llornsl.y, St. 117 NATJOKAU O. AB. R. Pills.. Snyiler, S3 ;s< MI 449 n. 193 16S 152 157 78 H. 177 ins IM 82 -UI Pet. .411 .397 .171 Pet. .332 .370 .363 MUS1STER OWNS STATE OP 1S73 ISSTTE Special to The Nows. Orange. Tex.. Aug. E. Bo- htinan, a local minister, who is also a cement contractor, recently be- came the owner of a Ixuiininna' state bond Issued for under the of Kellogg In the, year 1813. The Instrument was placed for safe keeping In a lor.n.1 bank. Ihe original owner of the bond that there had been some question atntcy ot.Jjiuiaiana, in. tradcmatk Menitfia tie genuine GARTERS No melal can touch you   

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