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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - May 20, 1912, Hutchinson, Kansas MONDAY, 'MAT'tiO, 1912. THE HUTCHINSON NftSWS. PAGE THRFiK. WHITE SOX BEAT HAVEN BY HITTING THE BALL Failed Pitcher Monroe's Arm H�m In First In-nlng. Free and timely. hitting gave the Hutchinson Whlto Sox tho game with llnven nt Haven yesterday by"the KCOIC of It to 5. Monora started the game (or the White Sbx bufhls �rm went back on 111 in In the first Inning and he gave way to Ktitledgo who was In fine form. He allowed but two lilts. MclOlwaln was In the b&x for the Haven club and ho wan hit freely. The feature of tho game was a two-base drtvo by McDcrmed With the bases crowded In the seventh ihnlug. I'lvo scored In that liming.* KutlMtee struck out eight men and MolOlwaln seven. Tlio lineup: White Sox: Rnndlen, If; Coleman, i'f; J. Cruig, c; McOermed, 3b; lloguc, kb; Snyder, rf; Woddal|( lb; Itutlcdge, l>; Monroe, p; Spencer, 2b. Haven: Oould, 2b; Stoffor, 3b; Sandy, lb; Wolf, c; Atkinson, bb; Mny. of; Van Uurcn, If; Pollock, rf; MrF.lwnln, p. Tho score by Innings: ft. H. Bt White Srtx.....102 200 510-11 7 5 MCCARTY - .fust because Larry Lajolo was n kingpin In Mb dnys as second baseman Is no reason why tho big frenchman can't star elsewhere. According to Harry Davis1 way of think-ling-Harry Davis, late of tho world's champions and now, you will recall, manager of the Cleveland team- Larry has a monopoly on tho king business, and can bo a king firm baser as well as anything else, So ho has switched the Frenthtnan to TlrBt, following the blowup of He-crult Hohhhorst, 'who didn't como up to expectations, nnd the dope now Is nlsh a world's champion pugilist than ever before' In' history. We are speaking of the coming battle between Wol-gast and Joe RlyerB. - Aurella llerrera was the first real good bet from the land of the chilli con came, but llerrera messed things up when he got his chance against Battling Nelson a fow years ago.. With a (28,000 house In waiting the Mexican entered tho pavilion something like seven pounds overweight. "A more trifle, donor," mumbled Aurella to Bat, with dn apologetic air.  Hat, however, thought otherwise, that Larry Is going to Btay there the and refused to fight. Through ill imbalance of the season.  , vice Rerrera had tried ri. weak trick Larry proved lu the ganieB lie play-, and lost-^-lbBt poBglbly the champion ed at first baBe Inn season Oiat he; ship, and.enough more to keep him Is there forty ways on the bag. R.ilile Zclder, of tho White Sox, won the only flrsf Backer who led him In fielding. He took to the Job just like a duck takes to water. Manager Davis I nt oaee for tine real of his life. Then there � was "Mexican Pete" Kverott, who actually stood up In front of Jerfrloa for three rounds before, as Pete explained to his hniidt-sont Neal Ball to second. Tho utility [ era, "The roof, he icavo In." Inflelder did some sensational work] But getting back to the present, llnven........101 012 000- 5 2 7 j last tall wheu ho wub given a chance! Rivers' chance's appear to bo niuch MiittcrloB-Monroe. Ilutlcdgo and Crnig: McKlwaln and Wolf. UmplrcB --I'lnnell hml Manclie. NATIONAL LEAGUE. to play after Lajolo had boon moved lo first, and Davis thinks he can repeat. "I'm going to stand pat on the lineup now," Bald Mack's former lieutenant. "A team that has been shaken up every time .anything went wrong never won a championship, and 1 don't believe such a team over will. to Cincinnati 4, New York 3. Cincinnati, May 20-Cincinnati won a lon-lnulng guuio from New York jcslerday and thereby crowded tho The players must work together visitors out of first place in the Na- got the best results." tlonal league race- Score: It H K Mew York .. .000 300 000 0-3 10 1 Cincinnati ... ,001 100010 1-1 12 1 Hatteides1-Ames and Myers; Suggs I slid McLean, It looks as though there Is a bolter chance right now for Mexico to fur- better than those of his two countrymen 1 have named. Wolgast has friends on the coast, but wheio the Michigan boy has one.' Rivers has a score. He is by far the host boxer California has produced since the afternoon ,11m CorbeU added up his last column of figures nud told the bank people to hire another mule. And lie sure can hit. He hit so hard that the gentlemen who act -as the backstop usually wake up with their heads in a surgeon's lap aud a trained nurse holding each hand. AVENUE A AND JUNIORS WINNERS jN TRACK MEET Aventte A School Wo* T. McKin-ttey Cup in Big Grade Meet Avenue A won tho grado school track meet held at tho state fair grounds Saturday afternoon aud by so doing won the T. MctClnney cup. Avenue A mado 37 points. The grade schools finished the meet In the following order. Avenue" A, 37; Northslde, 35; Centra), 31; Fourth avenue, 1'31and Allen'! 11. The grado schools finished in tho different event* all follows BO-yard dash-Allen, ftrBt; North-side, second; Fourth avenue, third. 100-yard dash-jNorthsldc, first; Allen, second; Fourth,avenue, third. 220-yard dash--^Northslde, first; Fourth avenue, second, and Allen, third. On* Hundrad Twenty Pound Class. 50-yard , i 100-yard dash-Central, first; Avenue A, second; Allen,''third. 220-yard' da�hM>ntral, first; Avenue A, second;'Allen, Jthlrd Avenue A, era allowed Omaha fifteen hits, the locals winning yesterday. The score: H H 10 Omnha ........005 140 40'-14 15 2 Denvor '........000 000 120- 3 G 3 Batteries-Hicks and Johnson; Leonard, Karris and Frambcs. Oet Moines 7, Wichita 2. Des Moines, Mny 20.-Douglass struck out twelve men aud allowed the visitors seven scattered hltB, Des Moines winning easily from Wichita yesterday. The score: R H G Des Moines____000 012 40�- 7 11 1 Wichita .......000 000 002- 2 7 3 Bnttorlea-Douglass and McOrtiw; .Inckson nnd Callahan. Lincoln 15, Sioux City 3. Lincoln, May 20.-Lincoln got twenty hits off Cllffin and Mosor for a total of fifteen runs, defeating Sioux City yesterday. The score: Jl h g Lincoln........211 10(1 l.T*-15 20 2 Sioux City .....000 201 000- 3 8 6 Batteries-Palmer and Stratton Moscr, Glffln and Cad man. * * * t  * * * � * * *, * GOLFERS' COLUMN. In continuing tola advice to tho Ilgjtit built golfer as to bow to make the best of Ins weight, S. Stair-Kerr goes on to ray: It one were to believe all 'that lias been written of late, one would suppose that the brassy was a uearly extinct weapon. Some men seem to think it a sisu of weakness to use one, anil ostentatiously 880-yard run-Avenue A, first; Ceu- i ........j ,_,, ,,, ,,,',,., , ,,,,,, ii-ui w� Ivee aud Smith. Umpire-McQlnnls. tho next ,three men. This was tho only time that Salt Creek was near a Bcore. Out of the nineteen men who caino to bat for Salt Creek lu the live Innings, Foster struck out 10 of them. Stafard fanned flvo Kagles. The score by Inulnga: R H E Kagles ...____.'.....031 0�- 4 tt 0 SaLt Creek......... .000 00- 0 2 3 Batteries-Foster and Wilcox; Sta^ fard and Crow. Umpire-Hill. RESULTS SATURDAY. American Association. Kansas City 5, St. Paul 3. Toledo 6, Columbus 4. Louisville 3, Indianapolis 2. Minneapolis 6, Milwaukee 0. National League. Cincinnati I. New York 3. Chicago 5, Brooklyn 4. -Philadelphia 12, St. Louis 5. Pittsburg,?. Boston 7. . American League, Philadelphia 24, Detroit 2. Cleveland II), New York 7. Chicago 3, Boston. 1. . St. I^)uls 8, Washington 2. Western League. St. .ToSeph -10, Topeka 6. .'" " ' Ktiwior, ...'................. & 4 Mtmhuttati.................. 4 5 Sullnft....................... 1 6 Lyons .,................ - * Pot .I'.to .621 ,r,3n .�it, I .ar,7 SCOTT COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL WON WESTERN KANSAS MEET Scored a Total of 96 Points Athletic and Literary Events. in National Loagut. Philndellililit 15olrolt ..... Now York .' St, Loula ... Saott City, May 20.--,n .the annual track meet of the Western Kansas Educational Association held here, between the high schools of Scott, Rush, Wichita and Greeley counties, Scott county high school won the meet. RuBh county high BChool won tho baseball game which went ten innings by the score of 10 to 9. In the literary exercises, Scott county with nine entries scorod 27 points; Wichita county,"19 points; Ru3h county, 24 points, aud Greeley county 13 points. Scott county was awarded tho chorus banner. The Rush county girls won tho basketball game between Rush county and Wichita-county.- - ' i - 'The summary of the' track- meet! 100-yard dash-Wichita county, first; Scott, second; Creeley, third. : 220-yard dash-Wichita county, first; Scott, second and third. Shot Put-Scott, iirst; Greeley, second; Rush, third. ; 440-yard run-Scott, first and second; Rush, third. Mllo Run-Wichita, flrst and sec-and; Scott, third. DIbcus-Greeley, first; Scott, second and third. 220-hurdle-Scott, flrst; Greeley, second; Wichita, third. 880-yard race-Scott, first and third; Wichita, second. High Jump-Scott, first afld second; J^ Greeloy, third. Broad Jump-Scott, first and second; Wichita, third. Pole Vault-Wichita, flrst; Greeloy, second. Third place was divided between Greeley and Wichita. Mile Relay-Scott, flrst and second; Groeley, third. Final polntB resulted as follows: Literary Athletics Ttl. Scott ............... D7 60 sb Wichita .........lti 37 66 ItuHh ............... u 0 as Ui-ueloy ............. IB 28 26 Scott county receiving the greatest number of field points was given the field banner, and was also awarded the silver cup for the most total points received during the meet. Rush county got second place In the literary, aud Wichita county second place In the field events, and second place of tho total number of points recolved. Scott county has-held first place In the mile relay race for tho last six years, or over since the beginning of the track meet In this district. - High jump-AyenufiA, first; North-side, second;, FourtlKSVeuue, third. Broad jump-Fourth avenue, flrst; Avenue A, second; Allen, third. Half mile relay wpn by Avenue A. the people in front putt out. Alter this they thump Wielr ball into tno bunker guarding the gr-sen and then pretend to have missed tho Bhot, and ..,,,...� call all men to witness that waiting,; Shoo raco-Northslde, (list, Avenue ulways putg off, wherein they j do lie grievously, as they never hlti a better, l^et not tho ligiht made gol-j �for despise Iris brassy; It is better( to lie on Oho green with two wooden I shots than to be in a bunker with a 1 drive and a Iron. But it is a good tip I havo fair amount ot loft ou the o'ub. | You want to use it, as a rulo, when tho lie Is rather heavy. If the ball! is cocked up, wlhy not n driver? Get! a good deal of loft fiiled on to the face and you will Mud It easy to use out of 'heavy turf or a hard cuppy lie.  'tflie cleek will probably cause our gentle golfor more tribulation than his wooden clubs �will do. The only thing to bo said is-swing easy. IT yon want to 6ee how far nn easy A, second; Northslde, third. 'Phe Junior clasn team won the inter-class track meet iheld In connection with tho grade school meet. Bacon was the individual star. The summary of events: 50-yard cash-Johnson, S., first; Bacon, J., second; _ Rayl, S., third. Time, 6 seconds. 100-yjird dash-Bacon, J, first; Johnson, S., ^second;' Rayl, 8., third. Time, 11 seconds.- 220-yard d�slh-Bacon, J.. First; Johnson, 8., second; English, F. third.' Time, 26 seconds. 440-ydTd dash-Little,,F., first; Wy-man, S., second; Stewart, F. third. Timo, 67 Bccohdg. . 880-yard run-Wyntan, S., first; Hart, J., second; English, P., third. Time, 2:40; 1-mlle run-r-Muns, .Fw-, lirst; Woodson, F., second; McKlristry, S., third. Time, 5:45. Pole vault-Innes, J.. first; Steph-�ns, F., second; Wynian, S., third. Height, 8 ft. 9 In. Discus-Bacon, J., .first; Innes, .!, second;. MoDermed,' ;S, third. Distance, 90 fL 8 in. High Jump-Nidhoia,- F., flrst; Innes, J., second; Wymun, S., third. Height, 5 ft. Broad jump-Innes, J, first; Hawk. P., secom!;; Wymaii, S., third. Distance, 17 ft. "' Relay-Won by sophomore class. MoDermed, Wyman, Rayl, Armstrong, Referee, Yeoman. Starter, Lee. Clothes for Men and Young Men. You like to see a well dressed man-makes you want to be one yourself, if you are not. We would like the opportunity of selecting a style and pattern that in our judgment would most become you and let you be judge. Suits, $15.00 to $35.00 See Our Straw Hats, and Summer Shirt Selections ly divided. A frequent cause of disaster Is a chaugo of swing during the stioke. We think u half iron .shot will take us to the green, but as wo swing will drive the ball sauutor down � BW,hg, a horld doubt assails us. and towards the first green nil. you arc just �wlthiin wliat you consider your distance with tlhe clcek, and then Play for the pin. The odds are tihat jour ball lands well across the green and,'-scampers into the rough beyond it.' Do not cramp yourself into playing a long deck shot. If we watch tho -club members ait n snort hole where irons or cleeks are used off we try to tack a little bit on to the end of it, but ft will not do. We must have our minds made up before we address the ball. A 4fcod approach Is played with a firm wrist and forearm. There should be 1 Utile of tho looseuess whliih is aUvIsablo in a full drive. But wo goiters have a tendency to exaggerate any good point that we limy tlla- CONE HAS CHARCE I'd .700 .025 .6E.ij ,441 .400 .2 JO Amtrlcan Association. Clubs-^ \V t, pot. Columbus................... 23 H 679 Minneapolis ................. 20 13 .607 Toledo ...................... 11 13 ,B8t Kama* Oily................ 17 17 .600 St. I'aul..................... 16 19 .467 Milwaukee .................. 18 in .4ltt-1 I*ul�,vUI�..................... 11 18 ,37� Iii(lluluipoll� ai .3841 When peace is patched each side claims tho other surrendered,-Atchison Globe. A farmer boy's idea of a sinecure is a job where there are no chores to do.-Atchison Globe, FORFEITED THE CHAMPIONSHIP. Coach Sherwin of Kaniis, Was Wrangle With th. Umpire. Columbia, Mo., May 20.-Kansas lost tho Missouri Valley conference baseball championship to Missouri here Saturday. The deciding eame was forfeited to Missouri on the grounds that Coach Sherwln ot Kansas used insulting and abusive language toward the Umpire. Ho was ordered to take the field and when he refused to go tho game was forfeited to Missouri 9 to 0. For the benefit of the big crowd present, an exhibition game was pulled, off afterwards. Missouri won this, too, by a score of 3 to 1. Buislck for KunscaB pitched good ball until uhe sixth, when Helmerlch knocked a home ran, with one man on base. This Is the second game In two days that Helmerlch has broken up wiUh a 'home run. The exhibition game was callod at the end of the seventh Inning. Score: it. H. K, Missouri .........00 0 018 0-3 6 3 Kansas ..........100 000 0-1 2 2 BatterleB-Missouri, Angeror and T. Hall; KansaB, Buslck and Benkleraan. and that Is well. Then we make the forearm ono with the wrist anil that is Etlll woil. But then we make ;lie shoulder one with the forearm and that is not well. The thing to do is to let ourselves go quite slack, and hit as we would with a wooden club. We must just let the cJubhead do the work till wo have regained confidence Wo may not go very doad, but wo will at leaBt not go off Into the undiscovered country which usinll: lies round about cover point. CUBS 6, COMPANY E 3. WESTERN LEAGUE. Topeka 9, St. Joseph 8. Topeka, May 20.-Topeka defeated St. Joseph in a "batting bee," securing the.winning run ou a douhle and a single In the ninth yesterday. The scoro: R H E Topeka ,.......010 502 001-8 11 1 8t. JoBeph .....202 010 300- 8 15 3 Batteries-Frnutz and Chapman; Freeman, Crutcher, Johnson and Gos-sett. Omaha 14, Oenvsr I. Omaha. May 20.-Two Denver pitch- �tfco toe, w7will notice that iZTgr^ti �>Tr- ^11?*T?^$ c,l� majority of bad shots are caused by j T"et 'h�.w.r1^ �T wlth "le �U'b' tho player delivering a divot out well behind the ball. This simply meaiiB thait he stood too close. : Vaniliou'u advice as to approaching 13 that we are not to hit harder for a long approach than for a short one, but wo are to swing farther back. We must regulate tlhe distance by the length of the swing. Thoro is no doubt at all that Vardon't) advice Is sound, and as a rider to it may I add that we shoud try to follow through v-lth tho club exactly the same distance as we BWung It back. Nothing is more difficult lo forgive a partner lu a foursome than a fluffed approach. You would say noitihing if lie gave you a very long initt for Ule hole, though you would .not show any particular gratitude, but to have to go back and inlay his mashle sihot over again for him Is a painful business for all concerned*. Now, such a thing can never happen if tho player will only bring his club forward as far as ho takes it backi Tlheorotlcally, wo should be able to vary our approach from the halt allot, through the throe quarter, to the full swing. Practically it ia^as difficult to do this smoothly as It Is lor tlhe singer to pass from the upper register through the middle lower. Tho three quarter swing is rather a different thing from the half sho', and requires more care on the part of tho man who 1b not endowed with strong wrists. Again Uhe golden rulo is^-do not hurry, 'fthe fuuny thing about a three-quarter Bhot Is, that It travels farther than a full shot. To play It ono takes tho club hock in a straight line as far as possible aud this produces the straight left arm, whidh some rocent correspondents have noticed in the photographs of recent players. The olub goes hock and forward-not up until down. As to which hand does tho work it is not quite easy to say. In the drive and full cleek It is the loft hand whidh predominates; In the short approach and the putt the right hand hss the chief euy; in the three-quarter Iron the work Is pretty equal Pearl Sutton Allowed But Four Hits Yesterday. The Hutchinson Cubs boat the Cum-]);:iiy 10 team In a fast game of ball yesterday by the score of 5 to 3. Sutton, for tho Cubs, allowed but four hits. ISborsole was found for eight safe blows. The scoro by Innings: It II E Cubs ..........200 201 1)00- 5 8 4 Company . .'B. .100 nOO 020- 3 4. 4 Batteries-P. 8utton and C. Sutton; Ebersolo and Davis. Railway Across the Sahara. The dormant project of a railway across the Sahara has been actively revived. A French commission charged with the task of ascertaining the most favorablo route landed at Algiers In January, and proceeded to tho Bouthern terminus of the present South Orun Railway, Colouib-Bochar, whence a inarch acroBB the desert was to bo undertaken, Tho party Is lod by Capt. Nlogor ot I he colonial Infantry. Tho tentative plan for the railway contemplates a line south from Algeria, branching at bouiu point not yet selected; one brunch to pronged via Timbuktu to Senegal, the other lo Lake Chad.-Scientific American. Amlral Hutch I. Cone. Admiral Hutch I. C'onu, chief of Hie liun-au of Hteum Engineering of tho Navy deportment, is superintending the construction of tlirea enormous wlroloss towurs near K'u't Myer, Va. T!u.'�o towers will be t'io central station for the Kit-itest wi.-ti-lens project ever cotuempUU'id by any government. TbrotiKh thoni ami with the aid of the remainder of the system this government will be, nbln to talk with Its ImtlleshlpM and stations nearly all over the world. The highest tower at Fort Myer will bo 660 feet high and tho two smaller ones will each ha 450 feet high. Between those: will he suspended Ilia wires whleh will receive the naslieti from us far weat as .Snu Francisco and far oast as Afrlen  Sashes, which aro a usual feature upon tho present "dressy" frock, aro fashioned of gossuiuer fabrics Instead of the heavier silk or satin. A nian often says ha will tell his enemies what he thinks ot them, but he Is Iosk candid with his friends.- Atchison Globe. The Sporty Picked Out the Wrong Party When They Tackled Hen Very pretty arc chiffon overdresses gracefully draped from tho slightly hlgb-walsted corsage and held 111 at the kneus by^follago aud llowers. .Most every man knows tin opportunity Uda father overlooked to niako an easy foitune.-Atchison Globe. Nearly everyone else seems lazy to the man who makes a specialty of getting up tarly.-Atchison Globe. By "Sat" ;