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Thursday Morning, June 13, 1916
' GAMES TODAY
'WuhuuiSjWb as Purham.
- AslieTilln- at Charlotte.
Rateifa At IrrttBsbare.
WinMAn-Safet!!. 4 ; i har.o(i 5.
h a i i : i . z I u r ;i rn. I . lo liming
Ery's Homer In Ninth With Two On Beats Twins
THE WINSTON-SALEM JOURNAL
FAST AND EXCITING GAME
r. GOES TO HORNETS IN NINTH
llllllllk I Wll I I hill II.IIU
Out in 11 st liming; Hie
Twins Make Desperate
Effort in Ninth.
GOATS TRIM TOUKISTS
RAtETOII BEATS HULLS
His Official Highness, President W
(!. Hlrainhaiii. of the North Carolina
Leagnue of Professional Kaxe Hall
Clubs, .lent his official dignity to the
game yesterday aftcnnon anil after
introducing himself to the slave in
the press box, for whirh we are duly
thankful, the fen me which later events
proved to tie hy far the most exciting
game1 nf the season, started,' To tell
the score in the first part of the story
Is customary ami we do not wish to
depart from the custom so will inform
the few who do not know what it is,
that the score whs .1 lo 4 in favor of
Fry her f'unloM - i liarlotte
Tha,t;n$yas a whale of a liall game
from .sial't to finish. Hy far the fast
est In time and one which wa one
tiling After another to keep the fans
on edge all (lin ing Die game. A light
ning duublcplny by (lie locals In the
first Inning which prevented a Char
lotte "runner from scoring, started
things off good. Following this in
rapid succession wera nice catches and
other'thlngs which go to making a
game Interesting. i ,
The ,one play 'which gummed the
works ro far as the locals was coh
cerneifl was a home run over the
left field fence with two Charlotte
runners on the paths, by Huns Kry.
That loon Rot one in his prove and
crowned it for the circuit.
The Charlotte club .overcame a two
run lettd and fought one of the ganiest
up-hill flints seen here in a loan time.
For eight Innings Hamilton, the new
Twin pitcher, held them to six hits
and ofie run. In the ninth inning the
first batsman up was an easy nut,
Paschal started the tire works with a
double to the left Held fence, Wofford
duplicated, scoring l'aschal. High
fouled- out to llillcr. (leary, batting
for Doeppe r-pronouccd "dopy"
hit to right for a base. With runners
on first and second base the nut pitch
er, afte'r chasing the squirrels off, lit
onto the'ball and It was good night
ball game. Singleton followed with
an infield hit, the fifth of the Ipning.
and Smith was tossed out at first by
MoMnhon.' - -
Twins Make KM
The Twins made a desperate effort
td overcome the two-run lead but fell
on run shy of tying the count. Mc
Mahon Blurted things off with a single
to right Held. Humh forced hilli at
second. Fry delivered a one bagger to
rlpfht center, sending Humh to third.
Olaxner was sent In to hit for llamil
tdn and flew to (leary, playing right
field, Humh scoring, llillcr drew a
base on balls, the only one of the
gflnie, and Rollings humpbacked one
td High for the final out.
Charlotte Mump Shifted
' The Charlotte club looked like a
rdguhir ball team for the first time
during the series.
-Nicholson, the plucky little Char
lotte second baseman, played his usual
position until ninth inning, when he
was sent In to catch. His left thumb
is'ln splinters as a result of a broken
b6he, Doeppe, apparently an old
tinier, was behind the bat for the vis
itor. He -cm ugM a nice- game but
WB taken out in the first of the ninth
inning to let (leary hit for him. The
last of the ninth inning saw Nichol
son catching, Singleton playing sec
ond base and (leary right Held.
The Mbuhitetl score: ' -
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III! 4 in 27 11 II
BaHVd for Hunitltnn in iilnfh.
Hn hv intiitirs:
Charloiie . . . .
Pire hy inning
C Irwrlwii1 ,
so 102 io:
l'2 111 112
ni'i ii'fi in 14
. Hll U'O IMl 1
ba se hits llinh, I'aHrha),
Jbniie riui- r.ry Nenser.
-Smilh. Sarrirttp fly tila
fry Na'-rihV tni
tier. Hum mi ball
It Krv I. Strnrk olil
liy Krv 2 by Hamilnm
Kry. 1 : i.ff Hamilton.
fi. Kanuit rnna off
Stitlen haMH Sin
k. Hi.iiIiIp play
tflfluii l 'J l, Amlt-rsim, If,-,
MrMahun. Hum!, aiiil V
InfP(H. Left nn TiaRfs TtKirlill
rirst bane en emirs 4'harloHtt.
1:4. I tnnirp liuiimh. Alleiulam
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IMTCHI US' HATTl.r 1T RAI.F-tf.II
(Special Tilcphont Service.)
Raleigh, June 14. McManus and
Hcof t Ma ged a realhalt ln here J hia
ttflernoou, Kah'lgh getting the ile
cision in the tenth inning by a score
of 2 in 1. Oiie clean hit and two in
field scratches were all the visitors
could get off Scott. Duncan's triple in
the eighth inning was the first hit of
the game so far as Italeigh was con
liutts paraded In the first and took
second on a bad throw by Scott In an
effort to catch him off the base. Hulls
stole third and scored on, a bunt
W'asem, who beat the throw to first.
Imuran's triple and a ild throw past
third by Schiller tied the score in the
eigh. The winning run scored 111 the
tenth when lmncuii singled and Btole
second, Roberts was safe on an ernir.
Inincaii scored when Welch singled
to right. Score:
liirliuii) Aft It. U I'll. A. K.
Hints, If :i ii 'j o ii
If iiffiiian. rf 4 o 11 o o
Wasrin. of . . . . . . . . 4 o ti ' a 11 a
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lfiyti,n. i- ,4 o a :i 1 0
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Srtjulcr, "j I , . :i i 11 I 'z
MrManiis. :i u 1 I I 11
t.iibW :u 1 :i's 14 j
iiiii nut lii-n hiiiiiiii run rtrnreil.
Rali-'ieh AH. It. II. I'll. A. E.
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YelilMley, rf . . . ... ... 4 II . fl 2 II 0
Dunriin, rf 4 2 'J t o II
Unln-rls, If 4 II 11 ' ll n
Wrick. 4 II " I u 1 II
Ii'Iiiikiiii. r ', 'd ll II ti 2 0
Sii.ii, i ..a 0 0 ll 'J 1
Tnliila Ill ' 4 :t 0 In
lliirhinil . ,
. inn tinn nno ll 1
. nun iiiiii niu l 2
liil Iliincan. Shiti
nu biillB eff Mi-
Huimiiurv: Three base
fie hit MeCnnl. Ilane
Manns I, ulT Hcnlt 4.
St ruck out liv Mu
MliniiH :i, hy Si-mt
Si-nil, . Stiili-n hiises
ll it hy pili'lii'il bull
Butts. Ilum-an. Iloiilile
l!ayx Itnincsl iniaNsisicil ) ; Van I Inrti dm
asMstt'il.) I ,i'fi ' mi Iihsi'K I In rliHui, I ; Kal
i'ikIi. 4. I'il'xl hast' 1111 errors Durham, 1 ;
Knii'iuh, I. Time :'.H. I ' in ii re -4 'olgntc. Al
AT LAST (JRKi:Sll()lt() WINS
(Special Teltphon Service.)
Asheville. June 14. 1 lie Coats cele
brated the acquirement of Doc Kenton
by hammering out it n K to 6 victory
over the locals this afternoon. The
game was called in the last, half of
the ninth Inning to allow the teams to
1'erritt was"hit hard by the (inats
111 the first, third nnd sixth Innings
when all their runs were scored. Hit
ting's homer in the eight with two on
gave Asheville three of lis six runs.
Aaheville AH. H. II. PO. A. K.
.leslller, III .1 1 ;t 7 1 1
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AsheAille , , , ... llll (lull 1 :i ti
Suniinary: Two huxe hils - Mi ll; , Ziu
man, Nanee. Mniiie rims. Hiirion, llillintr.
Ilnse nu halls oft MeWhnrler fi, nlT IVrriil
Ti. .Slruel. nut ly MeWhorter 2, hy I'el'rill (i.
Wihl nil. -lies MeW'horler (2K l'enilt (21.
Ilnuhle plM.vs MeWhorter, llaeirerly unit
.lesiner; iuniun ami .lesnier. l'nsseil hall
lliu;jerly. l.efl nn hases llreenslinrn. 7;
Asheville. II first hnse on errors she
v ille; 2 Ttim t : .iil, : C nt,ire Miller, -4u
why KNDi ni: scmmi r coijis?
It isn't necessary to have a stuffed
head, running nose. To cough your
head off as it were. All you need do
is to use Dr. Hell's l'ine-Tar-1 loney.
The soothing and healing balsams op
en the clogged air passages and in a
short time you get relief and start on
the road to recovery, tour nose stops
running, you cough less and you know
you are getting better, (let a bottle
use as directed. Keep what Is left
as a cough and cold Insurance. (Advt.)
Joiirnnl Wnt Ada brim? reB?ilf.
Boys Khaki Suits
For camping or work. Strong,
durable, neat; $24and $2.95 a Suit
Follow the Arrow H PAYS
NOR TH 3IOt
Notes On the Game
A personal jibe to the effect that we
are sore over the four o'clock move
ment , losing ? ? can be overlopked
when the tender age of the author of
the remark is considered.
Nay. nay. Rddy, they can start
The f ames; nr five o'Flocfe tiit far as
we are personally concerned but when
it was announced in good faith by
The Journal that a vote would be
taken on the matter and then get a
"double crossing," it is time to holler.
Thefour o'clock' movement wasn't
beaten, as some are trying to lead
people to believe. It lost because the
voice of the people was thrown to the
winds after they had so decisively de
feated the late hour. I'nless it was at
a double header, there was never such
a crowd at the hall park on Tuesday.
Unite a few of the people went there
P-7Vote-fl gal list-4be-4ii itii -i;a.HeM
That was a tough one to lose but
the Twins can't win them all.
Kit's blow certainly was a lucky
drive. Had it been a Winston-Salem
player who hit the ball, we might
be tempted to call It n timely one.
The way the Coats mistreated Ashe
ville yesterday was a shame. It goes
to show that a whipped animal will
turn sometime and tight its torment
Miller; we're on you for life. Kv
erything was tine and dandv until you
hand us that reminder of the past.
Reports from Asheville are to the ef
fect thai Miller gave absolute satis
faction diirine the entire series.
l.ay on. you punsters and alleged
poets. The Charlotte club injected this
I luVppe fellow in the league and while
he isn't what his name signifies; he
tsn'i the best receiver in the league,
lie lias too much nrm, if anything.
The Creensboro ulub has Feoured
Doc Kenton, for the past two seasons
with the Asheville club, and will have
him in the outer defenses. Kenton
should materially strengthen the
Coats as he is one of the hardest hit
ters in the league.
Krom pretty reliable sources comes
the information that Morpeth, former
Durham first baseman, would report
to Creensboro within the next few
weeks. The return of Ruck I'resslev
to the Norfolk club as manager 'neces
sitates the release of Morpeth a9 the
manager will play first himself.
HucU Howard will report to Kelly
sometime this week. Ruck has been
in college this spring. He may not
have, improved as a player, hut he will
have a lot of new words in his vocab
ulary witli which In pun.le the um
pires. Howard is one of the niftiest
fielders in the league and while hn has
always been a weak hitter, his de
fensive work will make him worth
while to any club.
The play which Manchester made
on Nesser in the fifth inning of Tues
day's game was an unusual one. Nes
ser was caught off second base anil
when he tried to get away with the
delayed steal. Manchester ran into the
diamond and tagged him out just as
he was going into third base. This
is not the first time the play has been
made, not by a long shot, but it goes
to show that the game is full of pos
sibilities. Results Yesterday
, National League
i r.M t i, i .i i'iM i r, ii
t New York,
At Mnn.k1.vn. ;
At HoRton. 4 :
St. Liniis, n.
-X: I'illsbimr; '-'.-I'J
At' ChicJiK't, I : Wiiliimrtoi). !
At Dctn.il, -f: New Y.irk,
Nn ntheTN Kcheilliled.
t Son! hern Association
At Atlanta, 7 ; Mnutliis, 6, . ..
hirmiiiirlinin 1; LittW' K'iek,
t Muhiio Chnftninrn, rain. -Nu
At I'uiiMHuiith, u; Newport Ncwh, H.
At Unckv Mnnnt, fl 'A ; VpttTsbnre, 0
Al Hopewell, ; Norfolk, 1.
South Atlantic League
At Mfieon-Alli.-mv. nun.
At XllU'tlsla. 1 ; Clil.reiton. 0.
A I MoniKuiiicry. il ; ( 'ittunihun, 0,
At ( il ti m liia. Ii ; JackHiHiYiMf, U.
At KirhtnniMi, I; Bnltinion .
At linlValo. 1 : KocheMer. 5,
At Toronto. 1 ; Mont mil, 3.
At Newark I'rovidetieo. imstpoiieil,
At St. T'jiul. I; Inilinnapiilis. 7.
At Kansas City. 4: Columbus, 0.
At Newark. N. Jj rrinceton, I; rnh fl.
It is almost n certainty thut the sea
son will he splitT tho first hitlf rlosintA
June L'X. There are two ami one-half
weeks of play and any of the first
five clubs have a chance at the top po
sition. TMC ARROW"
MATHEWSON LOSES- WALTER JOHNSON
GAME TO CHICAGO -
P,r....klyn Still After Pirates
-kistoijBeat- CSiic i n na t i
in Twelfth; First' National
League Flag Kaised.
Nw Turk, June 14 Jinifiiie IVr
ender. former Virginia l.eagner.
liitrhed a one hit game against
Malhemson today ami t'hieago heat
New York 4 to u, making it three out
of four. KaufTM inlield, which took
a bad hop in front of Lavender in
the seventh, kept Lavender from
duplicating his no-hit game against
-the t rmttts lust -sea:"iih Matty -was
given wretched support. Only three
of the hits off him were clean and
none of the runs were carried.
.Score: It. II. K.
Chicago . . . nun iiiu 1121 4 K . 1
New York . . mill linn 0iil It 1 5
1 vender and Archer; Maihewson
Three out of Tour
. iWooklyn. .lune 1 4. Brooklyn
made it three out of four from St.
Louis today, winning H to S by hit -tine
'he hall for long drives while
the Cardinals were making errors.
Six of the seven Brooklyn hits were
for two bases and live of the seven
errors of the visitors counted in the
Score: li. II. R.
St. Louis . . IIU2 nu inn fi 7 7
liiooklyii . . Jin 11411 lOx X 11 1
Latteries: Ames, ,laper and Sny
tier. Combs, Marqiinnl and O'Miller,
Hraies Win in Li Iniilnus j
liosloii, .lune 14. The HraveA de
feated t'inciiiniili 4 lo 3 In a 12 in
ning contest today. A triple by Moll
wilz during the seventh inning drove
in two runs and tieil the score. In
Huston's half of the twelfth with two
out. Magee doubled over first base
scoring Snodgrnss, who had singled.
Score: i. H. R.
Cincinnati HUH 010 2H0 000 a ti 0
Huston .. 001 101 IIIIII (101 4 13 0
Mitchell and Wlngn; Ragan and
Lhiladeljihia. .lune 14. Niehoff's
home run with two men out in the
twelfth ended a pitcher's due) and
fave Philadelphia the victory over
'ittsburgh today 3 to 2. The Nation
al League Pennant, the. first ever won
by the Philadelphia club, was un
furled after a parade of the players
across the Held.
Score: It. If. LV
Pittsburg 1110 (100 lilil liOO 2 5 1
T'hila. . . 000 000 llll OOIS X 2
Latteries: .Iticulm mid Schmidt'; tlx
ey and Kiffifer.
McMahon's three errors yesterday
are excusable, due to the fact that he
has been out of tin- game for the
past week. The chances, which he
did handle were well taken care of.
Standings of Clubs
North Carolina League
'J 1 1
. ; 1
I ' till I'l ( it I I ' I ,
Iiill'liliiii . .
Ituli'iL'h . ,
I ir.-.-ii sIm.i-..
. 1 r. k
Brooklyn . .
N'rw York .
('Iiicaiio . .
Most 1 n . ,
CilH'iiinali . .
New York ,
Host O II . . .
IVll'oil . . .
1-f i I
Naslmlle , .
Milium . . .
l.illle Hurt .
Memphis , .
Mobile . . .
South Atlantic League
...... . .. . ... . . Ill
Augusta , . ,
I :liiirleslon .
(."'illiniliia , ,
Mni'on , . . .
Albany . . .
. . an
. .. . . 'J
Port smoti 1 b
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Cash Prize for the
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Each 25c Paid
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Out and Enjoy
Washington Star Loses to
White Sox ; I ktroiOYiiis
From Yankees; Eighth
Inning Rally Heats Boston
Chicago. June 14 Jim HeoTt out
pitched Walter, Johnson today and
made a fluke single which scored two
runners in the fourth, giving the locals
a lead that Washington could not ov
ercome. The tinal score was 4 to I.
Score: Ii. H K.
Washington .. 0011 mil 11(111 1 H 2
UhkiUKu .. nun 2"" 2"X.. I ! 0
Scott ami Schalk.
Detroit, June 14. Harry Covelskie.
who defeated New York on Monday,
held the Yankees to six hits today.
Detroit winning fi to 2. The game
was delayed twice by rain. Veach,
Detroit, lefttlelder. got two triples and
two singles in four times up.
Score: li. II. K.
New York . . ( (ml 001 2 ii 1
Detroit . . . 1 1 1 010 02x 6 1 1 I
Mogridge. Fisher. Hussell and Wal
ters; Coveleskie and f tan tge.
Pig hill Inning ilo One
St.. Louis, Mo., June H.After
Weilman weakened in the se.vent h
permitting Hoston to score four runs,
St. Louis rallied in the eighth, forced
.Mays and Shore to retire and
making rix runs won 8 to fi
Score: H H
Boston . . . 100 000 400-- Fi S
Ht. Ijoills . . OOil 010 Dix 8 12
Mays, Shore, Foster nnd Cinly
Weilman, McCabe, tlrooin and Sever
I'. - COl'RTNKV
has not ki:sh;
(By The Associated Presa.)
Poughkecpsie, N. Y June 14.
Charles K. Courtney has not resign
ed as coach of the Cornell crews and
does not intend to resign. In a state
ment to the Associated Press tonight
Coach Courtney said that the Cornell
Athletic Association and himself hud
a perfect understanding In the mat
ter. It would not surprise Mr. Court
ney's intimate friends if he remained
with Cornell as coach, but In an ad
visory capacity only.
HAS TO RTSTI.F.
(By The Associated Press.)
Richmond, Va., June 14. In the
third day or play in the Old Do
minion Tennis Tournament at the
Country Club of Virginia. Eli II Whit
ney of New York, defeated, Fitzhugh
Liberty of Richmond In two straight
sets. In the semi-tinnla he won from
A. J. (lore of Washington in straight
sets. Playing with W. V. McMillan
of Atlanta, Whitney defeated John
Coke and ICrskine P.uforil, of Rich
mond. Misi Molla Hjui'steitr. the natlntial
champion, won easily from Miss Adele
Hull of New York, in the third round
of the woman's singles. In the seini
llnals, however. Miss Dent, of Rich
mond and South Carolina, made the
Norwegian star extend herself. In
the doubles Miss lijiirttedt and Miss
Florence liallin. of New York played
brilliantly. defeating the Misses
llawes of Richmond.
MTV TO Till'. Si:
US FROM THIS
A FOR SUM M Fit
I he Southern Hallway announces
that a through Pullman sleeping car
service-, will lie started June 24 anil
lasting about two months between
Winston-Salem and Morehead City
and Heaufort. ill addition to the ser
vice from Oreensboro to Raleigh.
Announcement is also made that a
through Pullman parlor car will be
put on from (Ireensboro to Wilming
ton during .the summer months. Mr.
W. P. Lester, city passenger and triif
tlc agent, is malting an effort io get
this parlor car service from finston
Salein to Wilmington and hopes that
he will he able to succeed. " The ser
vice starts June 111, leaving (ireens
boro sit 12:45 p. in.
Journal Want Ads bring results.
You Will Notice a
Change Io the Weather
JUST ABOUT THE TIME YOU SLIP INTO A
PALM BEACH Oil COOL CLOTH SUIT
COOL SUMMER SHIRT
COOL STRAW OR PANAMA HAT
SUMMER HOSE, FOOTWEAR
SUMMER UNDERWEAR, NECKWEAR
Get fitted out this week and it won't seem near so liard
to keep cool. We have everything a man wears in sum
BRYAN SATS THE PRES1DENFS
(By The Associated Press) ,
St. Louis. June 14 While the reso-1
lotions committee was In Besison
Samuel A. king of I'tah. arose andj
made tne statement: l canea on u
li.ill J. Bryan today and asked if he
.would submit any pla4iks lierepliiid.
" l'have no flanks to offer but one.
and that is the President's. Deter
mine what he wants and his plank will
be mine. I evpect to go before the
people in his behalf on your report ' "
Pitcher Pope drew his release fol-lowlug-
the Terurrr of McMahim ttr i he
g:uue. pope was secured from Rocky
Mount a short time ago but has bailed
to deliver in North Carolina league
tyle. lie has the stuff but a very sore
arm has hurt his effectiveness
Moorefield. who was supposed to
nail-1 i for ch iirltitte yehlerila y. alters.
noon, did not leave lialeigh until last
night. He has been sold to the Char
lotte club, the ileal beingmaile yes
terday. The Hornets leave the city this
morning for a three game series with
Asheville on the grounds of the for
mer. These clubs are tied for first
place and some real games may be exr
pected as the winner of the series will
have undisputed possession of first
The Twills leave this morning for
Durham where a three leg series will
be staged. Clancy has a club now
which does not have to bow to a thing
in this league and if the Mulls are
lucky, they may get one game of
the series Munoz probably will pitch
for the Twins with lireen or Forbes-
furnir.hing the opposition.
No Cause For Alarm
"Please, iniiin, nurse says would
you conic al once, as baby's been an'
swallowed near a 'oh- packet of pins,
an' she says don't be hunduly alarm
ed, as liiekly -they're safely pins.
London ( I i 1 1 i 1 1 ti
Tommy "Pop. what do we mean
by the Millennium?" Tommy's Pop
"The Millennium, my son, is a sort of
fabled time of the future when men
will be as perfect lis their wives ex
pect them to be."
Wi2PW -COCA-COLA- .
Palm Beach Suits
HENRY ROSE CO.
(iiiesl - llcie waiter; I thought I
ordered a spring chicken.
Waiter--- Yasssah, tin' (lat am jis
what I dune brought yo.- sah.
(luest H ell. if , it is, it must have,
been hutched from a hard boiled egg.
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