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llTim WOIID, TUI SO AT,, J XT If E 17, 1918.
JfCKtlF PICA'S
. ATHLETICS TO WIN
NEWS OF ALL BRANCHES OF SPORT
EDITED BY
ROBERT EDGRES
HE POOR BOOKMAKER!
WyQfcfj!; Sii fBooT iwe only uhat w.nw i
fflffMBfc (3H Pgctt A COOub HORH iHTO J
SPlMS Tte''" "TRftCw. nou)-u)OukD BE. V& ' , LJlxrR
L3PS tAfER. To .SMEAR OK A. b460SEV I Hft LH fi
T3b T" TUat evek Sherlock. UocweS m ML Mlfowi
-Boi Johnson
as Baseball
American League President
Has Things to Say About
v National Game.
President Ban Johneon of the Ameri
can Langae, on a tour of Inspection, paid
hla Brat visit to tha Polo Oraundi since
Frank "Chance aaaumod charge of tha
Highlanders, and at tha aama time had
antnathlM to aay on every baasball topic
of th day.
Wat of all tha praaldant said some
i.lca things about tha Highlanders now
asanaf ar. . "
"frank Chance la tha man of tha
hour." bags Ban. "Ha la alowly build
ing up a winning team. J waa surprised
to learn ha bad traded Hal Chase fur
Bordon and Zalder, but I baUava tha
deal baa benefited both teems. Chance
oouid have had Tournler Inataad of
Data art, bat ha ehoae tha latter, and I
this Ma Judfmut wUl be vindicated
aa aobB as Borton begins to bat M I
know ha pan. . Bolder la a wonderful
Inside plajrer. lit OomUkey had hla awn
way. Solder -would not hava left tba
"VYadtf Bog. hat there waa friction ba
IsiSk Tilflir aad Callahan and tha man
agar aarried hla point
WlAK OPPOSITION REASON FOR
ATHLETIC!' SPURT.
Tha AthleUce aaam to ba maklag a
runava?g reos, but baaahall la vary un
certain, and Connie Mack tells ma that
if Isn't t,he strength of his players, but
waa opposition, that has put bis team
way In front"
Attar discussing tha baseball outlook.
Johnson switched his tactics and took a
. wallop at tha baas ball authors and those
wanting Federal investigation af tba
national past Una
"If an Investigation Is attempted It
trill and ua ready." began the league
president "la fact, wa hava always
been ready, fer wa have no.hlng to con
ceal. But personally I don't believe
Congress Will take action. If tha law
makers mean business they ought to
begin now Instead of talking so much.
"Horace Fogel Is ths only ons ap
pearing anxious for an Inquiry, and If
hs has any evidence I am not aware
of It."
"What haa the National Commission
dons about ball player authors?" John
son waa asked.
"Ths American League has sur
pressed them," waa the prompt reply,
"aad I understand that Prssldent Lynch
has had some correspondence w.'th
President Hempstead ' Giants re
garding ths articles purporting, to be
written by McOraw, Matbwwson, Mar
quard snd Mtysra
"If these player are not prevented
frogs doing further newapaper work you
oaa aay that the Copimlaslon will take
a band with soms now legislation. That
may not happen until late In ths ysar,
however, but one thing Is certain, ball
playera wha. pose hs reporters will be
barred from the press bos during ths
world series."
President Johnson concluded his talk
try throwing additional light ' on Jack
O'Cannor'a case with the at Louis Amer
icana. II
has no ease against the 1 1
"He sever was
enjaaner
Bra taBil, said Johnson
Copyright MU. by The Prtii Publishing Oo. (The Mew Tark WorM.)
Lauds Chance
Man of Hour
a failure as manager of the Browne and
was all In at a player several years ago.
"O'Connor wai released bacauaa hla
services war no longer needed. But ha
should hava been put out of our lea rue
before hla engagement with tha Si. Louu
club expired. 11a helped to UU tha Na
tional League In Cleveland by hla con
duct" Wray'e Record lu Usagrr.
Billy Wray'e record of sixty-two miles
Is likely t be broken to-morrow night
at the Brighton Beach Motordrome In
the eeeond running of the hour race. It
at believed that this mark will ba bet
tered by many miles, aa It was only a
week ago that Arthur Chappie, who will
be one of the starters In to-morrow
night's race, won the fifty mile race In
. t-6, so It can be seen that if hs la
In any such form to-morrow nigh:
there'll be a new record hung up.
lf-SMITH GRAY Sale
Our FOUR Storee Arm Sailing
ENTIRE SEASON'S OUTPtJT
of $18 to $45 Suite
To which our workshope ara adding 400 mitt daily
ALL NOW $1450 to 2950
No other eatabliahmont In New York or anywhere can give thaaa values for the money -rmrt
no othsr has behind it auch factory sflci'sncjr such ability to buy itt own fabric right and
make it own clothe right. aawawBB
Thla la why thia sweeping mid -season reduction -sale in our entire stock Is HONEST, whereas m
other etoree auch a reduction mesne simply a relaxing from previously padded prices. More
over OUR stock to being replenished at tha rata of 400 suits daily.
Suits that woro
$18 to $22
Suits that woro
$25 to $28
NEW
BROADWAY AT wMbVNit
SI" eaVlNUI AaOVC Mf ST
(They Won't Let Him Work at the Track and V VIbT
They've batted Him From the Bali Ground.) D I V lis
STANDING OP
Mar I a r iffljifeii I IfSS-
RESULTS OF YESTERDAY'S GAMES
flJMjrafh.1
Iteetnn,
Itlpala. ; Cltttlaad. I.
i : bl until, a.
ralla
Caicaso,
so. e, n aahiortoa. 1
GAMES SCHEDUl
at. Uraa at New Tork.
( M-.,, at Phlladfiiifefi.
rUralaod at WajhUlftoa.
lie:rnu at jiuib.
Iwteraattaaal tea gas tandlmg.
Nrwik. . . ft" E .!B.Vr... to' k .
W9 OV ,wOw
M at .en
n is w
r. jffaio .. 2 m .Ml aloemal
Kocheiter. II .M Jener
01 ty
rioTiaeaee ze tl tunior
Onsaea BeBgalod fas To-Day.
Buffalo at Jererjr City.
Tomato at Neeara.
Moatnel at ProTtdeaee.
ocuejtw ai naiusme.
Lantslana Dsfsats Bradley.
PHILADLLPHLV. June 17. Joe' La
vlgns, ths young lsd who boxes under
the name of I Louisiana, defeated Frankle
Continuation of
Thii i NOT b Sale of "left-overs" from mom unnsjrtcd mgnufactur
er stock.
4It is OUR OWN STOCK this Sbbsoh's Clothog backed
by the Guarantee of the Smith Cray Label.
qit is NOT s Sale of nondescript "Stuff" fBthered b a hurry from
goodnets-know-where.
flit is a positive lacrifke ai genuine, tatted, standard
garment; worth far mora than tha original pricag.
At thie SMITH CRAY Sato
Si i
.50
Suits that war MAW $Q a .50
$30 to $35 NOW24
Suits that woro Nlr..1. $OA50
$35, $40, $45 NOWgw
w 1
Si A
.50
w IV
4 STORES OPEN TILL i.30 P. Af.
- ntw vnar W eemwiMi aaev
YORK
wwaun
THE CLUBS
STi
I
Nee lock.
iraoeirn. 1'
e
S: Pbladalukia. A
O rUR TO-PAY
Mea Tork at Otaetasset
hmklra at St. toats.
Boa loo at httSbursST
Philadelphia et OhUase.
Bradley In a six-round bout before tha
,-.1 i . . ... - . . . .
"""T' . rraoaie nera nia awa
ladha initial sstto, but after that Louis
iana, by tba clever use of a atralght
isft and a hard right hand counter, at
ways kept Bradley on the defensive.
AYVAD'S
WATER-WINGS
Mr i o Bwf by
use Trlmi
tf-r Bale Etarrwhera
Plain, Mc.
Fancy, Mc
ATVAB SlAWryo CO.. HokakeaTN. J,
BUXTON'S 77 DEFEATS
OLD MEDAL WINNER
IN FOUR-MATCH PLAY
Cook, Thompson and Hay
Win Their Rounds on Hun-tingdjpn-Valley
Links.
(Hnerial to The Kindns w.,fH )
Nortljn, Pa.. June 17 Following hie
brilliant performance of yraterday In
winning tha tow score OoM Medal ami
at the aasss time breaking the three-
y ear-old re-erd at tha Huntlngdoa Val
ley Country Club, a (liable gallery to
day followed. Charlea B. Tan Fleck jr..
Bartuarot, who was pitted against a B.
Buxton, PhllsAelphls, the flret matoh
play round of ths Lynn wood Hsli Cup
tournament ntsre was aisn wpeHal m-
tf.reat In the contest of Horace T. Cook,
..if rxevllle. N. J . atalnat H. It.
Wra'nrlna, Philadelphia Cook was tha
euayriee or me apnng lournament at
Lakewood when he gars Walter J,
IT was a new and startling idea to
pack an 80 CENT tobacco in a 5 Cent
tin just HALF the size of the ordinary tin.
AMUSEMENTS,
ff HAMMERSTEIN'S;
thae. SEaW
rrra v. Bow
en. Ii-linl 0
AWhor. gl u
till a Aulnala
Atmtlo Trtu, I
tifii I till,,
B f a r e t u'a
lady imtep
RICHARDSON
VV Feawue Tltlea Peaew.
' s euieie,
SEE THE MJNSTER OF THE DEEP!
The Oahr Oas ef lie Kind rn the Weria,
d ri. ions. i ri. inm.e in rirrum
ference. Mow off .ihlhltli.n at the foot of
West aOth St. A1M11WNION. S.I (TENTS.
McAlllater Steamboat o . H-ureientatlvae
AMERICAN ROOFit"," JfM
KoslUi Koar Ball.t. luhn T, Kelly 0 IV Wm
lealll. R.ea A AalMoa. ti.t. M , Uer. Irvtaa
Uisaler HCATM HmEllVKIi. V AND UC..
ACADEMY OF MUSIC 1,JL
The Aeadenr Mark Ce. f Mat. Halif,
EAST LYNNE JjftSAa
y m iiom jjUi is m iflit
Travle a battle In the final. Ano'her
promising oontest was that between
Warren Corkran, Baltimore, ex-Princeton
era ok, and Harry Heyburn, Univer
sity of Pennaylvanla, who haa been In
tercollegiate runner-up
Huxton beat Van Pleck t and 1. nn
tnu put up a remarkably smooth con
vincing game throughout with a stroke
count of TT by playing the bye holes.
But for several stymie he would have
equalled Van Fleck' record break In u
total yaaterdaor. Csrds:
Bus ton-
Out sm I 4 I 4 I
In 14 14 4
Van Fleek
Oot ( 144
In mm .el 4 4 4 4
4 n-T7
Cook beat Franclna, I and 1. Cook
twice got a coupls of holes Isad golni
out, but waa only one hole aheud at
tha tarn. Franclna three times
squared matters from the 10th to the
14th. Than by scooping ths Kth, 14th
and 17th, Cook snded the matoh. He
wai out la 41, and by playing tha bye
hole, returned a fast Tl to Franolne's
II.
WVt Triors rsao ri, Huntington Valley,
beat J. A OeOurdy, Ovarbrook, I a p.
Thompson's fine putt oa ths home hole
furnished a climax. J. L Hay, Phila
delphia Country, beat R. W. Steel.
Merlon, 4 and I.
Corkran. Baltimore, beat Harry Hey
burn. Untvarelty of Pennsylvania, 4 and
I. Sidney 8harwood, Merlon, beat Ed
ward Batterthwalte, Bala, I and
Why did we do it?
Because the 5 Cent tin
holds just enough tobacco
to keep FRESH until it is smoked.
You don't buy your
cheaper. But you buy the RIGHT
AMOUNT at a time.
That simple idea has SOLVED
Sold only la 5 Coal tias sad e Coat
AMUSEMENTS.
Mtt bj laM an
USX! Ht, THE PURPLE ROAD
Lew FioU. Tn "All Aboard"
I i Hue.
to. alat To M .
R O M A N C
LYRIC s&TFTwieo Dsir.,25c, SOc
CAPT. SCOTT Sy.rW,U
ManhatUn Opera Houte Slot k Lo. f
IV. C..:.. Ul Mat.TiiM' n.oi. I 1
ine vtey Kn. f n.t. ISs
AST0R
rvW IK. itt i
n
Jl-i i. Hun 1 ii a
HXi "QUO VADIS?" fertiX
H 3' WW VB 99 i
GRAND TgfitfLim
THE BATTLE? I
I flraewel Motlee ivint. iwterU B.r Shdm.
HENDERSON'S rmifiH-a,
itlJl OlONB a AHMONO BAUSS,
EIGHT SHOWS FAST
TIME TRIAL MY
It "ID TO0, Conn., June fT.-The Har
vard Varsity eight hsd a ten-minute
paddle to-day, water condltlone not be
ing favorable. Attention was given to
racing starts. Ths Varsity four was
tirwed e their bridge at New London
md sent away for ths full distance of
fleorg A. Pops Jr., Ma II I more, bent
H. C. Mofall. Philadelphia. I up. U
holra Pope was a esmtnnaltet In the
recent Baltimore tournament snd J. P.
Burleigh, Philadelphia Country, beat
Harold MoFarland. Huntingdon Valley,
1 up, holes.
Several play off wore necessary far
ths ssoend got, lata whisk fall such
well known p at farmers aa Richard
Mott Oesrge Crvsnp, Dr. C. H. Oar
dlnar. High WUtoughby. Robert Weir
and Cheater H. Kirk. Oardlaar and
Kirk won their morning matohas, while
Mott went through by default but tha
others fell by the way aide In surprising
faahlea.
A
the vexed problem of
fresh tobacco in a
handy pocket package.
Stag la something more than one of ths
world's finest tobaccos, ito PP y;RAMfj
Is the most delightful thing In the whole)
history of smohlngi No other tobacco-haa
it, or can have it
A single tin of Stag will show any
smoker what he has been x
tobacco
(taSB
AMUSEMENTS.
rftniiiilii
utottLu tuixiio rarwOT
JUUA SANDERSON mfcl
la THK Or MgHI It uiKII'-tWTiTogw
CRltERION "a,,;
Jack London's Advent ures f,"M
in the South Sea Islands! Leceire
uri, i, Lilaua Sl i'j
De-
Its Ire) ailaoa A Oe ia
1 1
. -nt iiiri. ii a a a
Mat 'jae xn. w..ii es vanMiuie noariaitiej.
IP 'j lA "PHtf hlrl""ns o rlaeav
J hi ittli at (vassevllle. Klsemsruler sad
gOTII HT hl. k end hlle i.h.l. ulsjie.
OO a :m at. A ai Inuune freni 1 1 A, MTla
neTH HT 111 P. if. WMleal PHree.
liO , ,, rw,n. ,,..,yH WoB- a Thnra.
8
STEEPLECHASE
ONV'S LAIOHINO f.Al'B.
he WerM a lrealeel Platheses.
KBVY Dallr Mat. Ic
ax kill. Mm.
BRIGHTON
Marlea O .Ssesal
suae. aiilwla
aura Ouerlte.
rtten altera.
fwiaSaea Bearh IfefVv"
OLiWiC
i
two miles to ths Mary Terd
head wind and the tide. A
elkhl-itroka waa maintained i
the way. Na time waa taken.
The fr lawman eight eras later
time trial from the hair mite
mark at
the two and a half mile stake.
down eireem. the time being
nine minutes) snd nineteen
hi 'i la close to the record. Ths)
dltlon were good, ths tide
and the win a following oat
freshman four went over a mile
In five minute fifteen
YALE'S BOW OARSMAN
MAY NOT ROW IN MCt,
OALKfl FFIRRY, Crnia, JawO lfel
looked to-day at Bread View aa ft
flors. the bow oarsman for tha TatO
Varaltv crew, mlcht not raw Hi taw
rare Frldsy. Ths Injury to his
Klvee promise af being
trivial. To-day he was aaad
Haven for treatment
That the Injury to Oarafg
or-S
eonalderad dangerous to
fast that Denagre
Brat four-oar sd crew and aad k, sjL.
bow, and Titus, who was haw to 'brs
ssoend four, waa put la Deaessnywr
plaoa The Tale Varatty arew had two'
- w W
trts tksa sasewJaaa-. ?
ml lee or racing eiaria
rowing at It atroha
The freshman sight
entirely.
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mr
r Jars
AMUSKMSNTS.
mt$ et. S.af B'wat.
la. e.i
Will OB w,wwa
a set., aj
MOT.effiJf
MOTOR RACES
smaet!
mm
HiiibffTdl
wwev Um at n
taeia l., aear Tta ai. Uatti leak.
I litis.
dgat
xSr-;
llttabaR, He wag
WorM -Wantr Work Wondert.
Vuailagher a
raasa, aeaqi
rwacU aad
ABBaUU. MOMTUOMI

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