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Atlantic News Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 2, 1924, Atlantic, Iowa ATLANTIC NEWSTELEQEAPH MONDAY Marne Club Of Cass Ball League Loses To Atlantic i IDEAL BASEBALL WEATHER BRINGS MANYJANS OUT Atlantics Win Shoves Team Up a Notch in Percentage Score Was 12 to The Atlantic club of the pass county league defeated the Marne nine Sunday in a onesided but in teresting The score was 2 to Atlantic moves up a notch in the league standing as a result of the A fairsized crowd witnessed the The warm sunshine made the ideal baseball MARNE ab r 2b 0 0 0 rf 5 0 c4 0 0 cf 2 lb 0 1 h po 2 0 2 0 0 3 1 0 1 3 1 1 3 1 2 12 0 0 35 3 8 24 14 and ATLANTIC ab r h po Hamilton 1 2 0 cf5 1 11 ss5 3 3 1 2bL2 11 1 2b 223 3b4 222 c 135 If 003 lb 1 0 10 lb 00 0 p 001 a 1 0 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 40 12 14 27 0 base Two base Stolen Bases on off Greenwalt 2 Gaines Hit by by Gaines Green by Greenwalt Struck fey Gaines 5 by Green wait and June to Lewis club of Cass County baseball league shut but the Elk club on the lat ters ground Sunday by a score of 13 to South hurled for Lewis and Esbeek pitched for Elk Wills Has Handicap in Foreign By HENRY FARRELL United Press Sports Editor NEW making her first invasion in Europe in quest of the worlds tennis Miss Helen the 18yearold Amer ican will be handicapped by the schedule which will make hoi play her first game in Miss Wills is just away from the clay courts of her homo club in where she has been play ing a fast driving game against male In England she will have to play upon strange turf with an English That there is a great differ ence between playing with an Eng lish ball on the Wimbledon turf and n playing with an American bnll on Forest Hills sod was made strikingly apparent last summer when the Brit ish womens team came over here and were disastrously beaten by the American feminine No one would deny after those Wightman cup matches at Forest Hills that the British ladies did not play their best game and their excuse that they could not get the feel of the courts and get the swing of the American ball was ac cepted as everything but an The English ladies were too gracious to alibi themselves and all the inter nationalists who saw the matches told what the trouble was before the couldnt get any control and I was being beaten badly because I was tho attack and he was lotting me lose on my Finally T decided that I must let him carry thc game and see how he could I started chopping them back at him and he started driving them all over the and I won 01 his Just as soon as Miss Wills gets th feel of the English ball and gets he game regulated to strange i she she will have to jump ti Paris and change her style com pletcly for the Olympic The tennis matches in Paris an to be played on clay wit an Americanmade Had Mis Wills been able to play first in Paris she certainly would have been on the very top of her becaus she has done all her training on clay courts and has done most all of hei playing It is apparent that Suzanne Lenglen knew there would be a handi cap in changing her whole style so abruptly if she went to Wimbledon for the British championship ant there is no doubt that she made a wise decision wheV she passed up the Wimbledon trip and chose to re main at home and practice on clay with the American Recent reports from Paris indicate that Lenglens illness was ac tually and was not the CARPENTIER IS IN BED GIBBONS EN RODTETO PAUL Frenchman Sprained Ankle in Ninth Tom Was Master at Every Stage of the guests felt it politic to discuss conresult of mental faintness that might ditions brought about their Even though she will have a months time in which to acclimate herself to British the popular young California champion will find when she takes the court for actual competition that she may have to make her game as she goes Such competent critic as young Vinnie Kichards believes that the use of the English ball is going to be the jiggest handicap that Miss Wills will be asked to carry in her Wightman cup matches and in the British cham pionships at The English he is smaller and much softer than our Thu turf over is also much softer and it is hard to get feol of 4he When I played my first match n he I was otally at I was playing against the Belgian and it was ortunate that he was having the June Special to Cumberland bal team defeated the Grant club Sunday on the JJ to letters Moral John Coe would like Richard Hoe to but lie isnt going to get Into a fightwith Rlclmrd about Moral reforms are and left tt somebody else to be curried Then they 1 If you want a quality loaf try window shade service all the time at tf Join tho Dollar IT COSTS But Little to look neat The joy of wearing u new euit cannot compare with the satisfaction and econo my of wearing a suit that has been kept new by fre quent The clean ing habit insures a constant appearance of newness and freshness and greatly length ens the life of the Our method of cleaning makes the garments wear clean as well as look Telephone us today and call for your clothes need HEDGES PHONE Cleaning ame customary pace I kept trying my and found that 1 have been the result of thinking too much about the second American menace to her crown The worlds champion is said to have jaundice if it is a cinch that she will not be in condition to play her best game in Some good tennis who returned from Paris said that the American champion could beat Su zanne if she played the French girl the right They referred to the Tilden theory that victory can be won as much by running down the opponent as by knocking him They seemed to think that Lenglen will not be in condition to cover a lot of court from a changed pace but that she would outslug any player in the world who wanted to stand up and throw them at It is very probable that the young American champion will not have to be told what kind of a game to play against Lenglen and if she should need some there will be some competent counsel with MICHIGAN June Georges French ligh is richer and in bed as tho result of his meeting Saturday with Tommy Gibbons o Frenchman is ferine with a sprained right ankle sustained when he slipped to the can vas in the ninth Gibbons broke camp going to Chicago and thence to Paul his He probably will receive or according to tht gate receipts which will run arounc The amount de pends upon a final rechcck of the in Approximately people saw the It was estimated that about held passes or crashed the Gibbons had the better of the fight from the according to ringside He standing contender is still an out for Dempseys Carpentiers services have a high result of staying tho even though he was a badly battered human being whenthe final Gibbons Was Fight experts are agreed that Gib bins was a perfect master of the situation at every stage of the He had his foe stapgerinK and groggy lalf a dozen times and only Carpen ters to battle possibly saved him from a Carpentiv withstood a shower of eft hooks and right smashes that were meant to end the contest half a dozen times because he continually hang on in the clinches and to chase Manager Carpferttier was in such a desperate situation in the seventh reel ng and groggy from solid blows to he that his Francois scrambled from the cor ler to of the ring just out ide the began yelling to a Private9 Boys never will understand why Babe Ruth right of homerun fame vmsmado only a private 104th Field Artillery of New York Here he to with John senaraJ despite the he nsvei tiaue a borne Baseball Figures COUNTY ewis 5 umberland 3 Marnc2 ilk Horn2 Atlantic2 Grant0 0 CITY AllNations 4 Motors 3 evvcls 1 iolts1 careful citedFrench to be lsr alsbftas totter IMPORTANT BOUTS FOR THIS WEEK June Walker against Lew 10 in Phila June Burnbrook against Eddie 10 in June Tait against Mickey 10 in June OConnell against Jimmy 10 in June Ryan against Md get 10 in June Mandell against Joe 12 June Smith against Frank 10 in June Moore against Jimmy 12 in Sport Briefs Boran and Alton Baker have been elected cap tains of the Dubuque university track and baseball Ed ward will pilot the Columbia college baseball team next ANN Illinois set a new world ord of 52 110 in the 400meter finish ing firstin the Kentucky Oaks for June 6Tommy Laughran against i niln i Nick 10 in June 7 Carl Tremaine against p Prlncess was de Tommy 10 in clared the Nellie Morse was second and Befuddle The time for the mile and a furlong was RAILROAD TIME CARDS Rock Island 302 GrUwoId Leave Arrive Audubon Leave Arrive Atlantic Northern Kimballton Elk Horn Hansen Heights Gatfeg Smith Lake Harrisdale Atlantic 445 Fortune in Watte Paper It the waBte paper now burned were collected and acres of forest land uould be and the psper would be worth year to the paper Thereat paints and varnishes Bt the lowest possible Alexand Holderness won the British ama teur golf championship by defeating 3 up and 2 to play J in the MASON annual state trapshaoting tourney will be held here Thursday and knocked out Joe of in the fifth Everett Strong outpointed Jimmy ANN de feated Iowa in a tennis four matches to Ted Swanaon of Iowa won his singles match and with McLaughlin also won in the NEW Hatter won Little Celt being second and Agakhan The time was INDIANAiPlOLIS Bud Tuy Tcire Haute shaded Tommy in ten TSimpson lege defeated Grinnell in a dual ten nis four matches to flinched the Missouri Valley conference baseball championship by splitting even with ng at the ninth and Gibbons a perfect a ight evidently planned He beat his foe to prac ticajly every punch but the stubborn ly retreating Frenchman kept well alwayp and would not yield to a finishing NEW GOLF COURSE AT CLEAR CLEAR June new ninehole golfcburse was opened for use at Clear Memorial and its smooth grassy slopes were dotted win The links are located on the north shore of the just outside the city and a fine view of the lake is obtained while Clear Lake golfers formerly used the Mason City between Clear Lake and Mason and it is still open to but the new course probably will prove more popular on account of its beautiful and con venient WASHINGTON NINE DEFEATS BEAR GROVE Zellmers Washington township Wildcats defeated the Bear Grove nine by the close ucore of 7 to The plqasant day and a feature brand of baseball drew a record breaking Batteries were Bear Lewis andBrindley Prall and The game was the fourth for the Bear Grove aggregation and their first defeat this Speed Makes Plane Ely An speed While taxi about 140 miles im Ing over the ground before It can and unless It Is nuiluValned at a speed in excess of io mjjiea an hour the machine will Drivinff over tells on Cap us for Well bring yoiyaMiller or Tire any any time you uped MulHns Tire Battery tf Ask your dealer jor EATMOR tf Screen Ri Wasaon tf but Aiqes took the afternoon en to University of Iowa baseball team IqHt its uniforms its XT i ii i s orn u a The Tywestern afWr a large the morning 3 to had gathered fflltte oftS Railroaders WESTERN Pet Denver 12 19 Omaha 23 19 19 Wichita 21 19 Oklahoma City 18 21 142G Des 29 Denver 11 4 Joseph 3 City TulaaJ 4 Wichita Omaha 47 Lincoln NATIONAL New York 25 15 Chicago Brooklyn 20 Pittsburgh 21 Boston i 19 Louis 22 Philadelphia 25 Yesterdays Boston 11 New York Brooklyn 8 Philadelphia Chicago 2 Pittsburgh Louis 6 SPALLA CHALLENGES TOMMY GIBBONS June chal lenge to fight the winner of the CarpentierGibbons heavyweight bat tle at Michigan City was telegraphecl Saturday by Ermino Euro pean heavyweight to Floyd promoter of the Michi gan City Babe one of Spallas man said that if the winner accepted the fight would staged at Dream land park probably on July FIRPO AND WILLS AGREE TO MEET BUENOS June Firpo will sign artices some time to day for a fight with Harry negro title The scrap is o be staged by Tex All terms have been except the Firpo proposes that it be be tween August 20 and September while Rickard wants an MULLINSKEEN EYE ENABLES HIM TO MAKE RECORD Local Nimrod Breaks faj Birds Out of 80Shots Corning Club Here June bfest shbts in thoCass County Rod Gun piled up the yes terdays regularAveekly1 broke 78 birds of eighty He also made n run of50 the second time this The scores follow Broke Shot Frank Tompkins 14 30 Rick Anderson 10 20 Stringfellow 84 97 Nolble Rasmussen 20 Hans 25 Dethridge J5 Muliins 781 Corning June IS The Cass club is making elaborate to entertain Corn ing club here on two clubs will hold A team of tenmqn from each club will represent the Names of tho contestants will be made public next Find Ancient Lotus Discovered under loversof petrt nt the edges of the leaert In Jhun Mils sordiv believedro liaVe been moietlinh were made to grow In the laboratory at im eastern Horsepower of Laborer Compared with other a la boring man fins been rated by French Investigators as having about oriesev enth horsepower and an efficiency ot 30 per FARM We are now prepared to place farm loans at SVa per and sco Wood Atlan Yt AMERICAN New Boston121 Louis 18 Pet 14 17 20 Washington i7 472 Chicago 17 19 Cleveland I 14 22 Philadelphia Ll4 22 Yesterdays Detroit 10 Cleveland Chicago 7 Rain 0nly games THREE WORLD RECORDS SMASHED AT MlrirWEST OLYMPIC TRYOUTS IOWA June three world Olympic and three worlds ath letes in competition the sectional Olympic tryouts here Saturday aft ernoon gave evidence that their names will be among the list of those on board Olym pictrack June Wilson of towaf Vnd Coulter of Iowa were the men breaking rec the Hawkeye star smashing and wcjrld marks in both the 200rrneter and 400meter Coulter his record breaking performance dope up aAf 4i exerci beat world out iof ecord in the low A1 broken stride forced the running and into third lor of Put a Miller GearedtotheRoad Tire on one wheel test it out for service any other We sell Battery Muliins Tire and tf average paying for staple com J modifies by the fails to consider 4 the wide fluctuationin not ing quickly the smallest change in the price ot which he buys at frequent inter vals and for which he pays v w Bureau of and Department Com statistics indicate that gasoline prices fluctuate less than the price ofmdst staple In the price of egrgs fluctuated 125 points potatoes 210 points 51 as against only 25 points in the price of In the price of lilO points potatoes 114 points sugar 59 milk 49 as against 47 points for The reason for the wide fluctuation in the price of gasoline during4923 was thg opening of new which flooded the market with crude oil rich in The Standard Oil Company pases its price fpr gasoline fundamentally on the varying price of which in is reg ulated by supply and Oil Company Indiana has erected tains storage depots of tremendous capacit It has located these strateMtffeif throughout its These huge Mc are filled to in ply the insistent demand during waffcator heavy motoring and ThiaCompanyDap to in tihe wayfif It in originating improved1 equipment anJniore efficients p thi ;