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Cedar Rapids Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 22, 1918, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar rapids evening Gazette Bruins increase Lead Over new York by yesterdays Victory cubs trounce giants1 Taw first game of series 3�w by score of 9 to 2 erratic Fielding by opponents and timely hitting by Chicago enables them to win easily. Tyler pitched in Fine form Chicago auf. 22.�?Chicago increased its Lead Over new York wednesday by defeating the visitors 9 to 2 in the first game of the series. New Yorkus erratic Fielding coupled with the opportune hitting and daring base running by Chicago enabled them to win easily behind Tyler s Fine pitching and support. The score Chicago. True sportsman Kumagae refuses to take advantage of depleted Tennis forces Evers is Over there entertain wounded plans for Ball games a. R. To. A. E. Flack of. 3 2 i 2 j 0 Hollocher is 2 i i i ii 0 Wortman is. I 0 0 0 i 0 Mann of. 5 3 3 3 0 0 Paskert of. 4 0 2 4 0 0 Merkle la 5 $ i to 0 0 pick 2b a 0 i 2 l 0 Deal 3b i o Ai 2 3 0 of Farrell c. 4 i i 3 0 0 Clarke c0 0 0 0 0 0 Tyler p2 i i e i 0 _ a a _ totals. 33 9 new York 13 27 12 0 a r. Ii. To a. E. Burns of. 3 o i i 0 0 Young of. 3 0 2 i 0 0 Kauff of. 4 0 i 4 0 0 j3 0 i 2 3 i Fletcher is. 3 0 i i 0 i it a 3b____4 0 i 3 0 i sicking 3b 4 0 0 i j 0 Rariden c4 0 i 0 3 i Perrin p 0 3 0 j 0 Shupp p0 0 0 i 0 a a _ a a totals. .32 2 8 24 to 0 a Thorpe batted for Perritt in fifth and Rodrigues batted for Schupp. In ninth. Score by innings new York .10001000 0�?2 Chicago .3 1021200 �?9 summary two base hits a a Farrell pick three base hit Hollocher struck out by Perritt i by Schupp 3 bases on balls off Tyler 4, off Perritt i off Schupp 2 double plays Hollocher to pick to Merkle Deal to Merkle 2 hits off Perritt 5 in 4 innings umpires Klein and Emslie. Pirates 3 Boston 2. Pittsburgh aug. 22.�?in a game interspersed with Long hits and errors Tho pirates Defeated offs ton wed. A Day afternoon 3 to 2. Both pitchers Nehf and Miller made errors of judgment which Cost runs. The latter was on second when Leach got his second triple in the seventh inning and after running past third returned to touch the base. He was put out at the plate with Leach right behind him. The score r. In e. Pittsburg Hooi too 000�?2 8 3 too 20x�?3 8 i batteries Nehf and Wagner Miller and Schmidt. Cards 3 Robins i. St. Louis aug. 22.�?doak held Brooklyn to five hits wednesday while St. Louis bunched hits off Robertson in the first fifth and seventh and won 8 to i. The score r. E. Brooklyn too Ooi oooo i a 0 St. Louision Oto i ox�?3 9 i. By Paul Purman. To be the Wanner of the National Tennis singles in America would mean a great Deal to Ichiya Kumagae the japanese Tennis Champion and one of the leading ten in americans Honor Roll of 1916, but chivalry meant More to the Little Jap Racquet or who has refused to enter the Competition at Forest Hills. The Cream of american Tenni Sers Are in government service. In fact with the exception of Kumagae All of the first ten of 1916 Are serving the government. Under those circumstances Kumagae believed it would be rather unfair for him to compete for the championship against those who Are left players who do not represent a1 doubt s at the Longwood Cricket club Boston Hov Ever being paired Writh Harry Taylor. His action in refusing to take part in the singles gave he Little Jap a place in tee hearts of american Tennis lovers v hich is won Only by those showing the. Highest sort of sportsmanship. K urn ingae first became known to americans in 1916 when with another Jap he came Here to compete in the National doubles and singles. Although toe orientals were unable to win in either their play was so remarkable and Kumagae a singles performances o so High a Caliper that he was placed in the first ten the All Arn Eriean of Tennis. Kit Kumagae is left handed and his volleying is the most terrific seen we the courts this year. With Hank Gowdy will form team to play champions from United states. Played for the entertainment of the wounded boys in the hospitals. Eversz Advent into the work that is being done for the soldiers along athletic lines by the knights of Columbus has Lent new spirit to the task. Evers has taken kindly also to the suggestion that has been made to have John j. Mcgraw manager of the new York giants come to France at the Cicotte head of an Ai Star aggregation of big t league players for a tour of army it. Camps and hospitals in which Ameri can wounded Are housed. So Long As Chicago tied the score in the the wounded Are Able to raise them athletics win from White sox score 4-1 is hit hard Paris aug. To a Johnny Evers is Over Here. The Star of a thousand memorable american baseball struggles stepped from a transport into France on thursday and on sunday afternoon he was out there covering the Middle bag for the army ambulance team. The effect of Eversz entry into the athletic work of the knights among the american fighting men already has had results. The last of the eight runs which Johnny helped the army ambulance team to score scarcely had clattered across the plate we Hen the Stalwart Frame of another american baseball hero bobbed up in the crowd and the Peppery Evers was shaking hands with the equally indomitable Hank Gourdy among the very first of the major league baseball players selves on their cots far enough to see a a a hit rattle off an american Bat they Are satisfied and Evers is ready to assure Mcgraw that if he is Able to Lead a team of his own choosing the celebrated $100,000 infield that won last year s National league Pennant will be kept on Itu toes chasing the soldiers drives. Seventh Frame but efforts Are in vain. Trap items of interest Pau Ladelphia. Aug. 22�? heavy hitting by Walker and Burns beat cd i Cotte wednesday and the athletics won Tho first game of the series with i Chicago 4 to i. Chicago tied the score a in Tao seventh when three hits tilted the Lases. Schalko a sacrifice Fly driving in Gandil the visitors again filled the bases in the ninth but Perry fanned i Pinch hitter Jacobs with three pitched i balls. By Peter p. Carney editor National sports Syndicate. Employers of labor Are waking up to the fact that it is very important to keep the workmen in their Factor the score Good of. Liebold. Of Weaver is candid Acollins of. Mostil. 2b. Murphy. 2 b Punelll 3b Chicano. A. R. Ies satisfied and contented. It costs to get into Khaki and who has Quot been i Money to break in be w men and the j Schalk. C Over Here so Long now that his Soldier manager strives therefore to Cut do n Cicone d much As possible the constant companions say he Speaks French Micin As without even a Trace of the Yankee changing in the personnel of his work accent acquired during his years of ins Force. Service with the Champion Boston a number of schemes have been 1 tried with varying Success such As assisting the men to build houses of races at West Liberty fair closely fought fifteen thousand people see Kewpie Alice c and Todd Echo win. Migratory Bird Law now effective gives full Protection to game fowls team which he quit to get in the War league. Out of that first conference Between Evers and Gowdy which was held plans were made for a series of j games at american Hospital centers Las a Means of entertainment for i wounded Yankees who so far have not been Able to enjoy Many outdoor diversions Arm officers French and american Are enthusiastic Over the scheme and the games it is under Jacobs i. I h. 2 0 i i i 1 2 i 0 0 0 to. 3 2 0 9 0 2 0 0 s 0 0 a. 0 0 3 0 0 0 i i 0 1 0 totals .32 9 24 8 Philadelphia. A. R. H., ,. Jamie in. Of their own giving them a Bonus at the Kop end of the year or an actual interest i Waike of in the business in the shape of Stock Burns. La Etc. J Gardner. 3b Perkins c. Dykes. 2b Dugan is such ideas Are Good but perhaps the most effective method of All when it can be carried out is to build up among the men a Bond of comradeship and Esprit de corps. Many Industrial plants have turned West Liberty Iowa aug. 21.�? special fifteen thousand people swarmed Over the fair ground yester the migratory Bird Law enacted Sev j a the open seasons for waterfowl sex eral years ago but which we As not in i copt Wood Duck Eider ducks and swans. ,. A a Cool Gallinule and Wilson snipe or forced to the letter owing to supposed Jack snipe shall be As Tonos defects has been re enacted by con j in Maine. New Hampshire Vermont Gress and an agreement for the pro Massachusetts. New York except Section of insectivorous and game Birds j a a in Sylvania Ohio Vest made with Canada confirmed by that j Rima Kentucky Indiana Michigan body. President Wilson approved the amp stood soon will be under Way with to promotion of sports of various Evers As one of he Star players and kinds to attain the results desired. With Gowdy in the line up also when shooting clubs Are becoming very pop Ever the old Boston Catcher can drag j ular because the Art of directing a himself out of the trenches Long Bullet to its Mark or the charge of enough to Exchange a Gas mask for the shot to the swiftly flying slay target old steel face covering used behind i has enough science in it to Appeal to the Bat. J men who Are technically trained. Evers already is laying plans for one of the biggest automobile fac bringing Over Here which Ever of the i tories Detroit has a very flourish Champion american teams that wins ing Rifle club and the general Elee the approaching world series. If they j Trio company in Schenectady n. Y., come the worlds series winners wrong to has a wonderful Rifle Range which is Perry p to. 4 0 Al 5 9 0 1 2 3 i a. 0 0 0 i Al 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 e. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 la 27 13 measure july 31, 1918, and has proclaimed the regulations Over his Signa lure which become a Law and immediately effective. The Slaughter of Birds in the past has been a National disgrace Many species having become extinct owing to Nebraska Kansas. Colorado Wyom have things All their own Way. With Evers and Gowdy As a foundation the army lads have enough major league material to put a real team of con the last w Ord in modern construction along these Lin a. The target carriers even Are run a electric motors and All the shooter has to do is to press and 2,000 automobiles were parked about the grounds. Ten years ago newspaper reports state there were a thirteen automobiles on the grounds and today not that Many horse drawn vehicles could be found. Of course american flags were seen on every Side and Many additional War tinges were noticeable aside from the various food demonstration tents As Well As the Many exhibits under ,. Conservation restrictions. Soldiers batteries Doak and Wingo Robert j were sprinkled through the crowds on Day for the a big Day Quot of the Assembly the rapacity of Hunters in killing -. Aine a a Birds and the destruction of ins Elvor son and Snyder. Reds 4 phils 3. Cincinnati aug. 22.�?the batting and base running of Roush and s. Magee were the features of wednesdays game which c Cincinnati won from Philadelphia 4 to 3 in ten innings. The score k. Ii. E. Philadelphia to too 010 0�?3 to i Cincinnati .201 000 000 1�?4 la 2 batteries Hogg and Adams Eller and Wingo. I Quaker Oats team win from Marion by Caine a efforts the Quaker o to team mainly through the pitching of Cain Defeated the Marion team at the fair grounds wednesday by a score of 9 to 4. Cain had the better of the pitching honors not allowing a Man to reach j first base until the sixth inning when he walked the first Batter up not a hit was registered until the seventh j when the Marion boys got two hits and errors by Strover and Randall in j aided the Marion boys to get four runs. Cain allowed but two hits struck out 18 batsmen w liked on Man and but 30 men faced him in the nine innings. Gallagher first baseman had but 4 put outs and one Chance. Us Mary r. A Quaker Oats 0 1 3 0 1 2 0 2 0�?9 l l 2 j Marion .0 0 0 0 0 0, 4 0 0�?4 2 j two base lit pol risky Randall m. Gallagher. Stolen base f. Gallagher m. Gallagher. Strayer. Quaker Oats team will play at mar j Ion again Friday afternoon. Baseball adopted by French in training every Side. J. L. Peters superintendent of the draft horse classes received a Telegram from Washington during the afternoon stating that his youngest son. Corporal Chester Peters had been wounded while fighting in France. Tho Telegram was delivered on the grounds and the news spread rapidly. It developed however that the Telegram was but the official confirmation of word which Corporal Peters sent in a letter some Days ago and his wounds Are not believed serious. Or. Muench of Nichols who was attending the fair in uniform also received a Long Distant Telephone message at the see d s Birds for the millinery Trade and by thoughtless men and boys in the name of sport. The Federal Law takes precedence and where state Laws do net conform they should be made to do so. For instance Iowa a Back number game statutes permit the killing of ducks geese snipe and rail from september i to april 15 and Woodcock from july to to january i. The Federal regulations provide an open season on waterfowl and snipe from september 36 to december 31 and the killing of Wood Duck swans and Eider Duck is prohibited at All times. Violators of the game Laws now will have the Federal court to Deal with instead of a local Justice and can expect no More consideration than is Given Moonshiner or counterfeiters. Zones provided Are based on latitude. In the Gulf coast states waterfowl and Beach Birds May be killed from november i to january 31. What Law says. Provisions of the Law that Are of Especial interest to sportsmen Are As follows regulation 3.�?Means by which i Portio to a on ant Wash Morton Vav fenders in the Field against the world la Button to get his target Down to the j. Ilion of ii it on and Asnin Gron la i Huntt or to he nor to Back for in pc Tion ins was to of s umm i t f t Casca Cie champions and its a Hardy lot of Bali j butt or to bring it mountains the open season shall be i payers who Are wearing the Khaki in the Western Eta totals 34 score by innings i chicag oooo too Ioos to Philadelphia too 010 30x�?4 summary two base hit. Walker. I Home run. Burns. Struck out Cicone i 6 Perry i. Yanks. 5s tigers 2. New York aug. 22.�?new York Defeated Detroit in the first game of their series Here wednesday 5 to 2. Tho first six men up for new York in the second inning hit safely off a ties Mogridge cleaning the bases with a two base hit. The score r. E. Detroit.010 Ooi 000�?2 la j new york050 too oox�?5 to i batteries a Dauss. C. Jones Karllo rotary s office notifying him to report a oratory game Birds May be taken this evening for i Ornedia serine. Quio migratory game Birds sped three god horse races wire staged 4 Hereof May be with the mowing results All of them gun Only it a Iava to gauge fired from the shoulder except As specifically permitted by Reg won after hard fighting 2 25 Trot. Kewpie la Clarence Collins 2 2 Lee Bingen i 4 Tom Bush 5 3 Black Beauty .4 5 Breezy girl 3 6 a Best time 2 21� 2 20 Pace. Alice of i Reserve countess .3 2 Chus. Glenn. Best time 2 14. 2 to Pace. Todd Echo .2 the Deputy sheriff i lawyer Swift .5 Peggy c.6 red donna3 Elma Todd 4 Best time 2 1114 american league. 1 i 2 i lations 7, 8, 9 and to Hereof they 4 May be taken during the open season from the land and water from a Blind 5 i or floating device other than an air 6 plane Powerboat Sailboat or any boat j under sail with the Aid of a dog and the use of decoys. 1 i regulation 4.�?open seasons on and 2 i Possession of certain migratory game ? Bird s foe the purpose of this regulation each period of time herein prescribed 1 As an open season shall be construed 3 to include the first and last Days 2 i thereof. 4 i waterfowl except Wood Duck Eider a ducks and swans rails coot Gallinule Black bellied and Golden plovers greater and lesser yellowlegs Woodcock Wilson snipe or Jack snipe and mourning and White winged doves May be taken each Day from half an mountains the open Ason shall september 16 to december 31. Amount allowed. Regulation 5.�?bag limits on certain migratory game Birds a person May take in any one Day during the open seasons prescribed therefor in regulation 4 not to exceed the following numbers of migratory game Birds ducks except Wood Duck and Eider ducks Twenty five in the aggregate of All kinds. Geese eight in the aggregate of All kinds. Brant eight. Rails coot and Gallinule a Twenty five in the aggregate of All kinds. Black bellied and Golden plovers and greater and lesser yellowlegs fifteen in the aggregate of All kinds. Wilson snipe or Jack sniper Twenty five. A Woodcock six. Shipping regulation. Regulation 6.�?shipment and transportation of certain migratory game Birds. Waterfowl except Wood Duck Eider ducks and Swan rails coot galling Les Black bellied and Golden plovers j greater and lesser yellow legs Wood i cock Wilson snipe or Jack snipe and mourning and White winged doves and parts thereof legally taken during the respective open seasons in that state j and May be imported from can j Ada during the open season in i the province where taken in any manner but not More by one j person in one Calendar week than the number that May be taken under these j regulations in two Days by one person any such migratory game Birds or parts thereof in transit during the open season May continue in transit such additional time immediately succeeding such open season not to exceed five Days necessary to deliver the same to their destination and any package in which migratory game Birds or parts thereof Are transported shall have the name and address of the shipper and of the consignee and an accurate statement of the numbers and kinds of Birds contained therein it clearly Ana conspicuously marked on t the outs file thereof but no such Birds shall be transported from any state i territory or District or to or through j another state territory or District or to or through a province of the do j Uncle same a legions. The suggestion Chicago the Shepard electric Crane i to have Tho world series winners come and hoist company of Montour Falls to franc for a set of games with an j n. Y., and a half Hundred other in i All army team has aroused a Treen dust rial establishments have formed Dous amount of interest among the i Rifle and gun clubs during the past soldiers and the american officers year. No less than forty five Rifle and Are a s enthusiastic Over this suggestion j gun clubs have been organized among As they have been Over the arranged j employees of the Pennsylvania Railroad for series of games that Are to be company the past three years. Electric company of and Spencer Mogridge. And Walters. Indians. 5 senators. 3. Washington. Aug. 22.�?superior pitching enabled Cleveland to win the first game of the series from Washington wednesday 5 to 3, the score r. E. Cleveland 120 Obj Ooin of. To i Washington 010 010 100�?3 6 3 going out of business clothes buyers warning new y Ork Paris aug. 22.�?baseball playing is to become a regular part of the physical training of the French army As a result of reports made by French officers on what the y had seen of the effects of baseball on the american army. The reports led the ministry of War to Issue a. Order recommending the adoption of baseball in the Trench army. General bridal sent Captain g. Forbes an american officer attached to his staff to the Headquarters of the knights of Columbus with a request that John Evers the Iver american baseball Star be sent to his corps to instruct the soldiers in the american game. The request was granted and Evers will go to the French Camus with two assistants and equipment provided by the knights of Columbus. He will remain a fortnight it or which his As-1 Sis Tants will continue the instruction. St. Lou Detroit w. L pct. 46 a .596 50 .569 ,63 53 .543 ,54 56 .491 is .487 59 .473 .49 64 .434 .46 6s .404 hour before Sunrise to Sunset during minion a Canada contrary to the law3 the open seasons prescribed therefor of the state territory or District or in this regulation by the Means and in i province of the Dominion of Canada in the numbers permitted by regulation which they were taken or from which j 3 and 5 Hereof respectively and when they Are transported nor shall any so taken each species May be pos such Birds be transported into any i Day during the respective i .543 open seasons herein prescribed there j for and for an additional period of ten Days next succeeding said open sea i son. Waterfowl except Wood ducks Eider ducks and Swiss. Coot Gallinule and Wilson snipe or Jack snipe state territory or District from another state territory or District or from any state territory a or District into any province of the Dominion of Canada at a time when such state territory or District or province of the Dominion of Canada prohibits the Possession or transportation thereof. Yesterdays results. Philadelphia. 4 Chicago i. Cleveland. 5 Washington 3. New York. 5 Detroit 2. Boston 4 St. Louis. L games today. Chicago at Philadelphia. Detroit at new York. St. Louis at Boston. Cleveland at Washington. Of staff have de National league. New y or Pittsburgh. Brooklyn ago How a Quot _ St Row it Stampe of Pew Thrift Boston. St. Louis. A. Yesterdays results. Chicago. 9 Newyl Ork. 2. Pittsburgh 3 Boston. 2. Cincinnati 4 Philadele St. Louis 3 Brooklyn i games today. T new York at Chicago. Boston at Pittsburgh. Philadelphia at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at St. Louis. It. L. Per. 75 39 .658 64 49 .566 61 53 .535 57 56 .504 52 61 .460 49 62 .441 48 65 .425 49 70 .412 Herrick matched with Jack Duffy Here labor Day after several months of inactivity the Iowa athletic Bli will resume its out very afternoon at the auditorium. With Whitney. The Public is Welcome to see the men in action any afternoon. In order to enable the ladies to see a clean exhibition of rhe Art of self defense. Manager Yvo Unev is making special seating arrangements and admission inducements for them. Three fast preliminaries will also be staged and will Start at 8 30 Sharp. At the auditorium on the Hight of september 2. Labor Day. Prank Whitney has arranged for the main go. A match Between two Well known Middle weights. Joe Herrick Soldier at Camp Dodge and Champion i a an on a Hunt and the other a Home of that Cantonment and Jack Duffy of run to right Center by Coffey. In the Chicago. Herrick has met and out i sixth. Sothoron filled the bases by is 1 Beston 4 Slou of 1. Boston aug. 22.--Bosi won the first game i the serie. From St. Louis wednesday 4 to i. Although outhit la Sothoron pitched seven innings in which Boston made three runs and i two hits. One a scratch single by general March chief of he army is reported to dared that the entire civilian population would be clothed in shoddy next year All Wool being commandeered for uniforms. Hundreds of Wise men Are now preparing for future needs by taking advantage of our quitting business Sale this is your Golden Opportunity to Lay in your Supply of All your needs at less than actual wholesale Cost dont wait hurry now fought such men As Tommy Gibbons knockout Brown and others. Duffy suing two passes and hitting Melania. Scott a sacrifice Fly to Demmitt an a is a Classy scrapper and his bout Here j the latter�?T.? bad throw then allowed will probably be his last one As a civilian us he has made application for the Navy and expects to be called i St. Louis into service Early next month. They have agreed to come Here three Days before la match and will work two runs to score. The score r. E. 900 019 0do�?i 7 2 012 fix i 4 0 batteries a Sothoron. Houck and Nuna maker Mays and so hang

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