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THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 20, 1923
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First Game Pitching Duel
Hold on Second Place Is
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CINCINNATI. Sept. 19. (Na
tional) Cincinnati strengthened
It bold on second place today by
winning both, games of a double
header from Philadelphia 1 to 0
and to 0.! The first game was
a brilliant pitching duel between
Rixey and Betts, each of whom al
lowed only 5 singles. ,
First game: R. H. E.
Philadelphia . ....... 0 5 2
Cincinnati . . . . . . 1 5,0
' Betts and Henllne; Rixey and
"Second game: R. H. E.
Philadelphia;.. 5 7 , ?
Cincinnati'..... ,.,....6 10 1
Mitchell. Behan. Weinert and
Wna;-Donohoe and Hargrare. ,
Boatoa R, Pittsburgh 4
PITTSBURGH, Sept. 19. -(National)
Boston woo the odd game
of the series from Pittsburgh to
day to 4 by bunching fire hits
off 'Adams in the first inning for
four rani. Hamilton, who reliev
ed him. held ' the Braves to three
hits . the remainder of the game,
two of them coming In the third
inning when they scored the fifth
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' Score: 1 R.f H. E.
Boston ........ ..5 8 0
Pittsburgh . .. ........4 10 1
' Genewlch and O'Neill; . Adams,
Hamilton and -Schmidt. , , ,
. - - Brooklyn 5-3, Chicago 1-4
- CHICAGO. Sept. 1 9. (Nation
al) Brooklyn and Chicago broke
even in a double header today, the
visitors winning the first game 5
to 1, and the locals winning the
second 4 to 3, In tea innings,
j First game: R. II. E.
Brooklyn ...... ...... 3 10 0
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Chicago ............ 4 13 1
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(Only 3 National games played)
BEAT ST. LOUIS
Boston Beats Chicago De
troit and Philadelphia Di
vide: Double Bill
WASHINGTON. Sept. 18.
(American. ) Washington easily
defeated St. Louis In their final
game today ill to ' 0. capturing
the series, 4 games to 2.
Score j ' ' . R. II. E.
St. Louis . . I . . . . .096
Washington 1 J. .. i'. ..11 11 1
Daris, Wright and Serereid;
Mogridge and Ruel. ,
Boston 2; Chicago 1.
BOSTON, ! Sept. 1. (Ameri
can.) Boston made two runs in
the ninth -with one out, and de
feated Chicago 2 to 1 today. It
was Ehmke's 20th' win' of the
season. '" I
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.... 2 10 2
Robertson; and Crouse, Schalk;
Ehmke and Picinich.
Detroit 0-3; Pblladelphbt 2-4.
."' PHILADELPHIA, ' Sept. 19.
(American) Detroit and Phila
delphia split a doable header to
day, the Tisitors taking the first,
C to 2, and 4he locals the second
4 to 3. :s2':;a, ,
First game R. H. E.
Detroit . . 6 10 0
Philadelphia .'T'. .2 5 1
f Johnson, ! Danss and Bassier;
Walberg. Harris and Perkins. '"
Second game R. H. E.
Detroit . . . . . -. . . . . . . . 3 10 0
Philadelphia 4 6 1
. Olson. WhitenlU. Francis and
Woodall; Burns and Perkins.
Double-Play Record Is
Tied By Washington Club
WASHINGTON. Sept. 18.
Washington tied its major league
record of 168 double plays in one
reason, t established last .year, in
the second game - with , St. Louis
Qluege took Ezell's grounder,
tagged Gerber on the base line and
retired the batter at first to com
plete the play which tied the
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The greatest crowd ertr pretest at a prize fi g&t, 85,000 son!, roared themselves hoars at tha
Polo Grounds during the 6rst rooad whea Firpo. slashing heavily with both hands, sent Derapsey fly
ing through the ropes into th newspaper reporter. pit. Exclusive photo shows Dempsey climbing
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Bull of the Pampas, taking the count of ten in tYe second round of the whirlwind fight at the Polo
Grounds, New York City, Fridy night. Dempse y clinched his title to the heaTyweight crown in.tho
second round, which only went fifty-seven siconds. ; .- t--
mark. The Nationals have j 16
more games to play this Eeason.
AMERICA V "ASKOC.1AT10X .
Minneapolis-Kansas City double
header, postponed, rain. ' r
No other games scheduled. 1
COUCIHS DISTURB "
. School teachers should give the
same advice to children who have
coughs as did this Florida teach
er. "I recommend FOLEY'S
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ren in my school who had the
'flu' and good results came when
ever it was used,' writes Mrs. L.
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on the wrapper. Quickly relieves
colds, ; coughs and croup. Sold
Boon as the Firpo-Dempsey win
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him to meet a coal dealer.
The annual coal shortage id In
the consumer's pocket.
May Be No More Coast
League Games in SacrV
ramento This Season
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 19
Paclfic coast league ..teams will
play no more baseball in Sacra
mento this' tttason unless proper
police protection for umpires and
players Is assured, Treidcnt Wil
liam H. McCarthy declared late
today after wiring an indignant
protest to the chief of police of
that city against the attack on
Umpires Byron and Wart after to
day's Sacramento-San Francisco
This series and all others ' for
the present Keanon will be trans
ferred to San Francisco, If police
"fall their duty and there is a rep
etition of this disgraceful proceed
ings," McCarthy declared.
Sacramento police were accused
by McCarthy of -standing by and
making no attempt to check "10
pr 15 hoodlums" who started the
trouble.. ' ; , r
"Byron and' .Ward will finish
the "series, despite any appeals that
may be made," McCarthy said. I
am goinK to insist that they be
given proper police protection and
if they are not, there will be no
more baseball played by the league
in Sacramento this year. It was
not the ball players who started
the trouble, v It was 10 or 15
hoodlums whose actions bring dis
credit to Sacramento and threaten
destruction of a great sport.".
Prize fighting Is healthy. Think
of the exercise the fighters get
counting their money.
Watch For Them!
SACRAMENTO, Sept. 19. In
the fourth inning of today's game
between Sacramento and San
Francisco, Ernie Mulligan, lead
ing off, hit a long drive off
Hughes to right center. Brown
raced after it and leaped high into
the air, crashing Into the boards
as be speared the ball with one
hand. . Umpire Byron, officiating
at the plate, called Mulligan safe.
ruling that the ball had bounced
orf the fence, and immediately
the arbiter was surrounded by
angry Sacramento players and
some of the fans started .to climb
out of the stands. ,
Colonel Pick finally quieted his
players and the police stopped
the Incursion of fans. Before the
Solons 'could regain a equilibrium,
Hendrix scored Mulligan with a
single and Kilduff tripled, count
ing Hendryx, San Francisco final
ly taking the combat for a second
straight triumph. 4 to 2. After
the game fans charged out of the
stands after Byron,, who fled to
the seclusion of Ills dressing
room, remaining there until the
angry mob had dispersed. When
he left the -park . stones were
hurled at, him by, the mob, some
of the assailants being women,
but Byron was escorted by police
to his hotel. Umpire Ward was
struck by a rock and . his cheek
cut. Catcher Yelle of San Fran
cisco also was cut on the cheek
by a rock when he attempted to
Score R. H. E.
San Francisco ........ 4 12 3
Sacramento'.........-. 2 7 1
Courtney and Yelle;. Hughes,
Fittery and- Koehler.
Portland 6, Vernon 2
LOS ANGELES. Sept. 19.
Portland evened the series with
Vernon making It one game each
by capturing today's tilt by the
score of 6 to 2. The Bearers won
the game off Tiner's pitching In
the first two Innings. Cruze.
who replaced him on the Vernon
mound, pitched steady ball thereafter.-
Poole. Portland first base
man, starred at bat, getting two
doubles and two singles In fire
trips to the plate.
Score It. H. E.
Portland .6 81
Vernon ............. 2 6.0
Eckert and Onslow; Tiner and
Oakland 9. Seattle 2
OAKLAND. Sept. 19. Seven
errors gave Oakland today's game
with the Indians 9 to 2. V '
Kremer held Seattle to five
hits, all scattered bingles. . Oak
land collected 11 hits off Blake,
but fire of Seattle's seven errors
were converted. Into runs by the
Oaks. In the seventh inning they
chalked up three runs off cr; '
Arlett' double cleaning
Seattle tallied In the fifth v. :
Mearkle's'hit drove in BaLI?:
In the sixth Eld red tripled t
Tobin's sacrifice brought LI
Score 4 R. II.':
Seattle ........ A 2 5
Oakland ...... .U ... . 911
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Cabaret Singer Stabbed
By Scissors in Los An::
LOS ANGELES. Sept. 1 I.
Ethel Williams, a cabaret sir -25
years old, was found stall
to death in her room In a lod;'
house here late today. Her c
body lay on the floor. The j
lice said he had been stabbed r
peatedly in the month, perhaps !,
a pair of scissors.
Italy, shaped like a boot. I
Greece under her heel. No, It:.',
does not raise bootleggers.
Angels 5, Halt Lake 4
SALT LAKE CITY. Sept. 19.
The Angels defeated Salt Lake
today 6 to 4 in an evenly and
snappily played game. The visi
tors won in the eighth when Hood
singled scoring Krug from second.
The Bees had, two on in the ninth
but were unable to budge. ' Strand
made two hits, bringing his total
for the season to 2.95.
Score , R. H. E.
Los Angeles . ...5 11 0
Salt Lake .. 4 12 0
Thomas, Douglas and Byler;
Coumbe, Gould and Peters.
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The State Fair
We may well be proud of our State Fair. It
represents more than just a show or a place for
enjoyment (although these features are certain
ly not lacking) but it stands for a vital trend of
development in the state.
The United States National Bank is whole
heartedly in accord with everything for which the
Fair stands. Lcts support it loyally.' - 1