Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. SIXTEEN, No. 242, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 7, 1915 Page: 4 of 8
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA.
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GOES TO GRIBI
In the qualifying round at the golf
tournament the prize was won by John
Oribl his qualifying score bein 7t
With handicap allowance.
The others qualifying for clans A
were R. W. Murray H. N. Smith sr.
Harry Hammerly Kred W'lthorspoon
H. N. Smith jr. F. h. Slusher ami Ile-
For class C those qualifying were
Hen Johnson Alger Melton llotigy
Johnson Harry Ludlow V M. Frtjy B.
B. Iiarefoot Uvl Wade and Ad Mel-
ton. In the elimination rounds in class A
H. N. Smith jr. put Hob Murray out
5-4. Slusher put H. N. Smith sr.
out 3-2. Bond put Hammerly out 3-1
and (iribi put WItherspoon out one up
in twenty holes.
In the semi-finals Smith jr. put
Slusher out one up on the nineteeentl;
hole and Grlbl put Bond out 4-3. Thin
leaves the finals to bo played between
11. N. Smith jr. and Jno Oribl iho
winner to have his name engraved on
lu the class C elimination Ludlow
put Ad Melton out 1 up on the nine-
teenth hole lieu Johnson put Fred
Krey out 3-2. Boggy Johnson eliminat-
ed Wade one up in nine holes and Al-
ger Melton put Barefoot out 4-3. In
the semi-finals Boggy Johnson put Ben
Johnson out one up at eighteenth hole
and Alger Milton eliminated Ludlow
one up at eighteenth.
The finals will be played between
Alger Melton and Boggy Johnson.
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to School Right
After the vacation rest school children should quickly settle down to the
task of learning. Do your part!
Parental responsibility does not end by sending them to school. The child
must be equipped with mind and body at their best.
And here the right food plays a most important part.
Growing children need energy; the right kind and lots of it. And energy
Comes from well-nourished nerves and brain.
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-a food made from wheat and barley contains the vital mineral salts-Phosphate
of Potash etc. (grown in the grains) which directly act with other food
values to build up body Drain and nerves.
Statistics prove that much of the "backwardness" of some children is due
to faulty nourishment.
A morning dish of Grape-Nuts and cream is good alike for the bright
scholar and the backward pupil. The latter needs .the nutrition; the former
will progress in sounder physical and mental health because of it.
"There's a Reason" for Grape-Nuts
- soid by Grocers everywhere.
But Minco Wins Both Contests from
Verdeo First One 3 to 2 and
Second One by 8 to 1
DOES GREAT WORK
Local Players Make Both Scores
in First-Day Fight; Marietta
May Be Here in a
Monday's crowd showed just how
many Chickasha fans there are who
will go to the ball park if they expect
to see a good game. Sunday's extra
inning contest won by Minco 3-2 was
probably as game a fight as has been
played at University park. Six hun-
dred people showed up for a duplica-
tion Monday but they found the Ver-
donites hopelessly outclassed Bond's
team winning out without the aid of
the ninth 8-1.
That first game was as pretty a pitch-
ers' battle as one sees among the lea-
guers. During the ten innings each
twirler faced 36 batters Blass gave
nine hits only twice two In succes-
sion and Mickey permitted five con-
nections in five different frames. Each
man struck out' seven men neither
gave a walk on balls and neither hit
Mickey a ' professional from . the
western league excelled his opponent
a long ways in knowledge of the game
and head wori. He also had some pro
fessionals behind him. Verden had
almost entirely an amateur team and
Blass has never taken a chance in the
big leagui'S. His game fight Sunda)
against heavy hitturs and with a team
not air tight In fielding has probably
not been equalled on the Chickasna
park unless it was by his work a week
ago when he started against Minco
against a five-run lead and held out
giving but one more run while Verden
was making two.
The local players made the scores
for Verden in Sunday's game. Iu the
fourth Heffner weut to first then to
secend when Luwrence dropped the
ball and overthrew first. With one
man down lie' came home on R. Day-
ton's single to left field.
.Witherspoon got on in the seventh
on Welter's error and Dayton knocked
him home with a hit to left.
Minco's first scare had its begin-
ning in an error but the second 'waa
earned by two two-baggers in succes-
sion. Palmer doubled to the fence
out between right field and center and
Lawrence the redskin catcher for
Minco duplicated the stunt. The last
score came with a hit by Weller a
wild pitch two men down and a single
to left field by Heatly.
(lierhart took the box for Verden
yesterday instead of Aldridge. Every
man on the Minco team connected for
a safety and Heally and Jones each
got two. Then Verden had a bad in-
ning in the second game. Four hits
and one error let in five runners. -
Arrangements are now being made
to bring Marietta here Sunday it wan
stated last night.
The tabulated score:
AB R H PO A K
Liles If 4 0 1 2 0 0
Heffner 2b 4 1 0 2 2 0
R. Dayton ef-.4 0 1 O 0 o
With'spoon. lb4 1 0 10 0 0
Dayton c 4 0 2 7 1 0
Cole ss .4 0 0 3 31
Crumm 3b i 0 0 2 1 0
Robinson rf ..2 0 0 2 0 (
Dlass p 4 0 0 1 3 1
xEvans 2 0 1 0 0 0
Totals 3G 2 5 29 10 2
Relieved Robinson at right field in
the eighth inning. .
AB ' R H PO A E
Hoatley rf 4 0 1 0 0 y
Mathis. lb 4 1 1 17 1 0
Palmer ss 4 1 3 2 fi 0
Lawrence c 4 0 1 8 4 1
Parnell L'h .4 0 0 0 1 u
Revnolds cf ..4 0 1 1 0 ' it
Weller. 3b 11 0 3 1
Johnson rf ." 0 0 1 il ii
Mickey p 4 0 1 12 0
xJones l 0 i) 0 tt li
Totals . 3t5 3 9 30 17 2
Hit for Johnson in tenth.
Struck out. bv Blass. 7 by Mickey
7. Hit by pltrtter 0. Walks none.
Tn ! hi!? "slider -) Lr-vrrrtCC
Wild pitch Mlass. Passed balls Day-
ton (21 Lawrence 1. Umpire Jacobs.
Atf a ii
Mies If 4
Heffner 2b r..4
R. Dayton cf. -3
Dayton c 4
Cole ss 4 4
Crumm 31 4
Evans rf 4
Cierhart p 4
Mathis lb 4
Palmer ss 4
Lawrence c -.--4
Heatley If 4
ReynoldB rf 4
Parnell 2b 4
Weller 3b 3
Jones p 4
AB It II
Totals 3 8 II
Struck out by Cierhart 7 by Jones
3. Bases on balls off Gierhart 2; of I
Jones 1. Wild pitches Jones 1. Pass-
ed balls Dayton. Stolen bases Jones.
Two base hits Lawrence. Sacrifice
fiy Lawrence. Umpire Womack of
the Western association.
"LEMONS COME HIGH"
Willie Doak of St. Louis Bears
Out Baseball Adage.
Cardinal Pitcher I as Valuable
Mound Man as Then Is in Na-
tional League Fine Start to
Better 1914 Record.
Willie Dc of the Cardinals is one
of many athletes -who. bear out the
truth of that baseball adage "Lemoni
Not that Willie Is a lemon. On the
contrary he went to the front rank of
National league pitchers in the short
space of one season but the interest
ing part of it is that all be cost the St
Louis club was the effort to sign him.
Right today Doak is as valuable a
mound man as thee is in the National
league. That he can ltcli is known
to every man in the circuit. He has
no favorites and whenever be suffers
a trimming the opposing pitcher or
pitchers and the rest of the team de
serve all they get. They have to work
Doak is a "spitball" pitcher with an
assortment of other stuff. Control
coupled with the salivated slant is his
most valuable asset but the question
is whether or not he will last as long
as the lads who stick to curves and
speed. Ed Walsh of the Sox and pos
sibly Larry Cheney of the Cuba stand
as regrettable examples of what the
"spitter" will do to an arm ot iron.
Doak came to the. Cardinals for car
fare after the Interstate league blew
up in 1913. He fiddled around In the
fall in a few games and clearly dem-
onstrated he was a lad of marked abil-
ity. The next spring he blossomed
forth over one team after another
nm i I . n-nf.r
fib. C'ifo :a ' .
winding up with a record that left him
at the top of the heap.
In 1914 this same youngster broke
Into 36 games. He won 19 and lost 6
and had the best percentage on
earned runs per game his mark be
ing 1.72 runs for each nine innings he
pitched. Bill James of the Breves was
his closest rival the Hubtown right-
hander finishing with a 1.90 average.
The earned runs charges against Doak
The young Cardini' star hurled
seven shutouts last year. Twice be
whitewashed the Cubs once 2 to 0 and
again 6 tg 0. He captured a duel from
Alexander of the Phillies by 1 to.0
and trimmed Marquard and Demaree
of the Giants by the same count. He
made the Dodgers his victims In one
Rtart by 4 to o and Jn tils other two
shutouts vanquished the Pirates by
1 to 0 and 3 to 6 the former being
with Cooper ou the hill for Clarke's
Daily Optimistic Thought.
It Is madness to live In penury that
you may die rich.
I'll J S II f I
Krcehlen Duofold Beds
have guaranteed springs
which fold with mattress
in them. Thev are neat in
appearance and convert the
library into a comfortable
bed room when needed. " e
have a complete showing
in all finishes.
Sold on Easy
We are much elated over
our fine showing of new fall
designs in RUGS which
were selected from the lead-
inj? pattern of the best
mills in the east. Our rug
department has always
maintained a high standard
of values. But we especially
invite your inspection of
stock now on hand.
Rugs Sold on Easy Payments
Oriole Go-Baskets the new reclin-
ing model takes place of a go-cart
high chair and jumper; can be
wheeled or carried on the arm
with baby in it.
Dining Room Suites in fumed oak
waxed golden and polish finish; new
fall designs large and massive ap-
pearancebut moderate in price.
Sold on easy payments.
We will -discontinue all furniture in Early English
finish. A few patterns of Dining Tables and Chairs
Buffets and China Closets; Davenports and Rockers
in Early English to close out at big discount. We
need the floor space for new goods if you want an
extra piece to fill out a set CALL EARLY.
avecmij a A
Furniture and Undertaking
No piece of furniture in all your home will give
you the genuine satisfaction that you would get
ACORN GAS RANGE
It would lighten your work give you better
baking and tave one-third of your fuel.
We have a full line of samples on our floor
awaiting your inspection.
Won't you come in and look them over?
Chickasha Gas & Electric Company
421 Chickasha Ave. Phone 100
ut 5 ai-iiif rHIII I
SCHOOL OPENS TUESDAY
And It means the students promoted
Id higher grailes will have to purchase
new School Bookg and Supplies We
have a complete line of Text lloolis
to he used in the grade schools ai:
We Make a Specialty of School
L. E. Waterman and Paule Wirt
BOOTH BOOK STORE
Telephone .680. 309 Chickasha Ave.
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. SIXTEEN, No. 242, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 7, 1915, newspaper, September 7, 1915; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc729162/m1/4/: accessed October 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.