THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1918.
Referee counted Fulton out with a stop Watch,
He should have used a calendar.
BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
Lightning only lands once in the same place,
but Dcmpsey's right paw is something else again.
DO WE NEED A WORLD'S SERIES?
By Thornton Fisher,'"! T" TENNIS TITLE
Copyright. Uli, by The I'imj P'llit.s'ii nit f'o iTIif New York KwiMUJ World)
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he Two Entries l-rom the
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Best Racing of the Year Prom
ised at Meeting Which Begins
To-Morrow at Saratoga.
TniS la the lost day of thorotiBh
bred homo racing In New York
City and vicinity fur a month.
To-morrow thu steeds will le prune
Inr to the Host at HuratoKil. The
Hp to raclnic In what the World
Series Hi to Imfolmll. Tlio heat Is to
be iieen there. Tlio slakes norm to
have a more historic value there than
elsewhere. Owner of Rood horse
would rather win a stake at BaratOKa
than any place rise. It seems, and nil
that ha 1,-one Worn In Just prollml
nary to the bit; events tho month of
August 1ms In store, Two-year-olds
are kept undor cover annually for tho
rich purses to ho won at HnraluRn,
iind very often the star Juvenile of
h. In Ln'l ..,l.l,.,.l...A.1 III1 lliu
WO Mill . IllllPIUIinUII 14
t.rana union, inc i'nuii mates or
the Hopeful aro run. Thero is n
glamour ubotit horse rarlnic nt thoHpa
that Is Indescribable. No matter how
much of the sport one halt seen on the
New York tracks Klnco spring, tho
racing up Htato strikes one as some
thing new. Iluclng lmcomes a na
tional competition thero. Tho cream
of tho thoroughbreds rome up from
Kentucky to messiiro stride with the
champions that the Host hao shown,
Canaila also gctn Into the picture
with tho best of her horses. Saratoga
never hail a moro promising outlook
than It hoe nt the atari of this year's
18 fishing a sport? Wo have always
doubted It and accordingly got
ourselves Into so mo flno arguments.
Hlnce assuming this sporting editorial
Job we have been bombarded with
Ideas and suggestions on what's what
in sport, and none bus hit us so
forcibly us thoso about fishing com
inr from well inclining friends. Wo
have It from Kir Arthur Mlddleton,
commander of tho draco I rone, the
fastest thing on Jamaica Hay, t'-iat
no one who doesn't go flshlryr regu
larly knows what real yport Ik. Hox
Jug, baseball, golf, tennis, horso rac
ing? Mere pastimes, says he. "Why,
do you know," hu a-ikcd uh lost night,
'that 4,000 men go fishing from
Hbeepjihead Hay every Hunday? They
have real sport hooking up various
specimens of the finny tribe; they aro
out In the open In a healthful pursuit.
It the fish don't bite, what tho dif
ference; If they do wliy. great! A lot
of thrills and a good breakfast the
next day. With all tho flno wutcrs
around us and all kinds of fish to bu
caught, tho average New Yorker who
doesn't tuko advantage of a fishing
trip la to my mind overlooking some
thltvg really worth while in tho sport
ing lino. Oct some fishing nuws Jn
your paper and you will havo a lot
of extra readers."
Mr. Mlddleton Is a very successful
man In hid own line of endeuvors und
la entitled to u hearing, Fishing Is his
hobby and ho ban made It the bobby
of many another New Yorker who
never gave tho sport a cconu tnougni
until he went out on tho Mlddlulon
craft. Ho may hook Us yet.
TOITNNY KVKItH is going abroad
J shortly to cheer the boys in tho
trenches via Uuioball. Johnny is
one of the many athlcti'a tho
Knights of Columbus havo suc
ceeded In lining up for a trip
Terseaa to provide the boys wit1,
eveamn athletic diversion to relieve
their minds of the strain of French
warfare-. It is an odd coincidence
that Pni-ev Ilauchlon. President of
the Boston Hraves. has resigned his
baseball Job to take a trip to the war
zone for the Government. Ilaiighton
and Evers used to bo great frlonda
when Johnny was a member of thu
llostnn team, and may bo et, n far
as we know, but it looks as If It
would bo better for both and tho
peace of thu Immediate community!
If thev don't meet on the othor side
Kvera always bud the highest regard
far HnuL-hton while ho was coach of
tho Harvard football teams, but us
President of tho Dune null ciuu ror
which Johnny wiui hired to do second
baaing welir they didn't gut along.
Here's that bo tn may prove nig sue
ceases tn anything tbuy undertke to
help win tlio war,
HER17B an ngreoublo piece of
news: Tom O'Hourke, erstwhile
pi.imwr of Cleorco Dixon. Joo Wul
cott and Tom Sharkey, when the
latter started out to make his mur
Yiurlllitlcallv. Is at Druseut "DOING
Inn HIT" In a submarlnu works in
the vicinity of Newark. It makes
mb feel good to record it. There novcr
was a ramer man in the siiortlug
'world than O'Hourke. He was ou
manager who could, in a showdown
'boat all the llghtera ne manugca. 11
waa their boas. He was pcrhups th
beat second that ever pouron uuvie
into, a. nehter's ear. What he dldn'
know about fighting and fighters is
.hardly worth talking about. He hus
l-hn criticised, vcs. roaatod at time
but we have never known Tom to be
'anything but up ana up on every
lbmg with which be has been con
TrVB big packing boxes contain
r iruj doxena of boxing gloves,
baseball outfits, quolta, meil
'cine and hand balU have been do
ilvered to the 62d IMonoer Infantry
a rorimont that is oomiosea uimo
. I -l . . . KT w I,,, '!! I, unnrl
equipment was purchased by iho
Commission on Training Camps Ac
tivities with part of the funds reallxod
from the Army Athletic Fund Hoxlng
Kbow, bold In tho Garden on the
loth. William II. vvenman, who man
ujed the Qarden show for the com
mission, is attached to the 5M I'loncjr
Infantry, and bis regiment la the first
. - l. ...innA M,.K ...siatln mnla.ht,
I U Km PIUI l'lJ, " . HllllllW itii,i-,.
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wilb uie muv wmiiwi
Look FoFL olfc Jo JOtiES
TWE BROOWH MISFir-THE IliySoii.
BOPM OViTHE BBPoW
HWJBOR. Oti HIS E BlBTHOWf
VASPRIED UriOGrl LfVOOEP
ViUEW (K CUILO- We'll SEE VMM
CkS OMLV A.S POSSIBLE.
mtllsrd followers have Inkm action
to nrtlvrly support the "work or flKht"
rder Issiird by Urn. C'rowdrr. The
sllonal lllllinrd Protective A'ocla-
tloti hns started the riitnpalirn. It
Issued 10 the rooinkoetwrs n perti
nent retiet to "keip ull utile-buillcd
Idlers out of your room."
The olllrers of tho ain-oclatlon stnted
rmpliatlnillr Hint the oiKsnlzatlon was
out to help win Hid war ursl to co
operate Willi the Government In every
way. II was pointed out that amateur
nd professional billiard players hail
olned the colors l.lcnL Nathan Hall,
former national amateur champions
tho Appleby brothers, and tho Iniwler
brothers, roonikeepers of llrooklyn,
were among the numncr.
l)rfauo somo billiard rooms sre
lounging places for Idlers who might
better he loading shells or shooting
th en 1 at llm enemy, llie nsmicliitiim
tartcu lis campaign oi agitation. Tiny
nvn nau prinieu large signs 10 rir
iiiju- In the patriotic rooms through
out thn country. Tim signs rend:
"Trie management or mis room re
trlcts Its pur 110.10 ami lino to WOltK-
Hti wno oemre r-rreniioii arm exer
else. AHI.i: MOIIIKI) 11)1, i;hh AltC
IINPI-.SIRAIIIJ: AND AlU: HKUUKUT-
BD to ki;i:i" out -
Bulk of Races-
On Grand Circuit
a)MJMHtJ, July 3l.-Three of,
the four races on the programme of the;
second day's grand circuit moating went
In straight bents to favorites, but llie
first event on tho curd, tlio S.17 trot,
went seven heats before It was decided
and a strong arm had to ln "nioloyed
drlrcr beforo John Spencer, who
nt ono tlroo sold for In a Uckut worth
100. went over tho vrlnnur.
KrtllUr i,l Ihn villi Ulf IllO fifth heat.
whj dcrrlcki-d by tlio Judges and C. A.
Vslcntlne suliatltuled. llii won the iioxt
ho heals ami the race. Tlio juugrs
wnrdeel lilui 1100 for urmnir vow ruyo
mi in 1,1 lu.lL'mont on 8uu er s case in
abeynnci- until Inter In the week.
June lieu, winner every iimr mi
this season, kept up hor good work by
lefentlng a large flelil or s.13 iroimrs
n I In. Hnml Hiske. ourHB ID. 000, In
the final heat sho made ;klp five
feet from the wire, out me nrai
awarded to her from the onrushlng
Hoynl Knight. .
The Problem was a prohibitive fa
vorite In the I.ll pace und was barred
n the belting He won n he pleased
up iihu.t Miirnliv. Chestnut reter
for Driver Miinihy. Chestnut reier
im'.mrl lliu roi-.irit tn 2.0i U III till)
first lunt of the 2.1G trot for th-eo-
ear-olds, with Miss Divorcee cnasiiig
lin nut A crowd of about 7.000 was
STECHER HAS WIFE AND
CHILD, BUT ENLISTS.
FHKMIXNT, Neb., July II. Jos
Ktocher, a prominent contender for tho
American resiling championship, tho
limn who perfected the booy sclsson
hold, has enllted In tho United HUiuj
Navy. Steclier's hrolher. Anion, also a
wrejitler and trainer of Joe, followed hli
brothers example, ritechur Is in tho
draft age. He has a wlfo and chllJ, but
did not claim exemption.
Phlllr llmlns; Miuw To-Mdlil.
lllllI)i:i.lIHA, July 31 Tim six
round fights between Hattllng 1ovlmk.y
and Harry (Irob, Jack Thompion and
Hun Iangford, Irish 1'atny C'llno and
Wlllo Jackson and Solillrr llarlfluld and
Jack llrltton. scheduled nt Shltio l'ark
lust night, wttro postpoiifxi until to-iilsht
bocuusc oi rain.
The consignment cost $700, nnd ns In
such largo quantity that tlio regiment
will huo enuugb uills und buUt tu
take to Kuropo.
i: baseball world, that Is, tbo
governing lmdjen of both big
leagues, seem lo bo urrayiul
against themselves llau Johnson
thinka we ought to havo n world's
series, and President Tenor of the
National league hoi loves tho Mir
scries Isn t necessary. Tho Americsn
Ix-aguo would closo uii shop on epL
1, to get within thu tlmo pnvicrlbed by
Secretary of war IwiKer for ba
tmll to rearrange affairs for Ha con
tlniliuice. Tho National Lcuguo would
play out Its nciieiiuio to tho very
end wltn wnaievor players are ob
tulnablo, and thus provide the much
talked of tiecisary diversion for the
war grloved populace. Which I
rlghtT Hughoy Kullcrton, our cele
brated baseball expert, Is of tho onln
ion that Inith lengui-s shotild have
wound up their affairs tho mlnut'
Secretary Haker mado his decision on
the work or fight order. "If you want
our ball payors, take them," la what
tne magnaios saouiu nave tola th
a,ihni-lt Ins aornnl In w tn L'ulln. ...
V . .-,,l,,vi.
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' lllffl in miMuwn
Byrne Will Ride Horses
Of Viau at Saratoga Track
Omar Khayyam and Westy
llogan Amoiip; Prospective
Mounts McDowell's Good
OH HYIINK, who rank with the
bejit of tho veteran riders this sea
son, has been engaged by Wilfrid
Vlau of Montreal to do tho heavy
riding for his stable, whloh Is trained
nor by Handy .McXuughtnn. Hyme
will havo a leg up on Omar Khayyam
If ho goes In the Knnitoga Handicap,
to-morrow's opening dny feattiro at
tho Hpa. Omar has U-en aHked by
HnndlfVLnni't- Vi)shlrrL-h ffl jilinlllilor
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'" rival, Cudgel, must pack 133.
iwcniiugmon neuevus inai no is
capable of taking up his burden and
coming down In front. Omar Khay
yam has not made a public aptvur
anco slnco his disgracefully poor
howlnir In tho Mctronolitan Hundl-
cap. Hut he worked a mllo In 1.40 at
Aqueduct licfore JIcNaugliton shipped
tho Vlau horwes to tho up-Stato track,
and report from Hanitogu Indicate ,
that be Is going well, At Saratoga 1
Omur Khayyam finds himself on fa- ,
miliar ground. Ho wits a gre.it horso
thero last summer, when, under tho
kllful handling of Itlcliard F. Cur
man, he won the Travers and lienner
.Sfakes und tbo Harutoga Cup.
Westy llogan, Omar Khayyam's
stalilo mate und conuue.ior in tho
llowlo Cup ut l'liullco lat fall ulso
1 in lino condition. Westy galloped
three-quarters of a mllo In 1.13 at
Aqueduct. Mr. Vluu deems to have
bought something of u gold buck In
Ueorgo HUrr, but hu had some piom-
IhliiK two-yeur-ulils coming on. uue
of tlicstt a bay colt called tho Tank,
by l''on lingplecc, dam Algonquin Is
tho biggest two-year-old In training.
nils icllow la upwuril oi sixteen
hambj tall und he has tho develop
ment of a three-year. old. IIo Is Eng
lish und ho cost IC.fiOO Uat winter.
Tlio sprinter, l'aganlnl, which run
well but unsuccessfully at both
Aqueduct nnd Yonkcrs, la being
schooled as n steeplechaser, l'aga
nlnl ruccd last season under the
silks of tho Hrlghton stable, Willlum
Hmlth, tho owner of New Haven,
bought l'aganlnl about a month ago
for tho express purpose of making
chaser of him, and tlio horso is
bolng schooled by Frank turrur,
Tho stable of Major Thomas flay
McDowell of Lexington has arrived
at Saratoga and St. Augustine, I'liim,
OI vowood. American l-.agle, rreclous
Manager Wulte and other lioise.i
that won fame In Kentucky at l.u-
Ionia, lcxington and liulsville
undor tho McDowell silks, havu been
freshenetl up for hard contents. Major
Mclwcll hajt strong candidates for
tho Saratoga Handicap, tho 37,000
gallop at ono mile and a quarter for
tliree-your-oliLs and over, which will
servo as a feature of next Thursday's
onen im duy card, In the lllllfa l'lum
and tJllvuwiMxi, imin inreo-year-onis
and lMth daughters of The Manager
l'lum is a winner this car. Olive-
wokI did not train satlsfiu-torlly
tvirly In tho ca.ou, but hu has been
going cleverly for wlx or soven weks
and Is about ready for a first rato
effort. Americun r.agie anil si. au
gustlno, sons of Tho Munager, tnith
raceil suo-ersniiiy in, loiiiisvuie huh
l.aton a and are in excellent conili
Kim. St. Augustine Is In the Seneca
1'a.tsklll, Mohawk nnd Auu&erdam
stakos. AnuTican Kaglo has no spu
With Major McDowell's racing
Htable there orrlvrd the yearlings ho
will offer through tho Faslg-Tlpton
Company to the highest bidders on
Am. 1. There aro fifteen of them.
.11,1 rr tm i nil tuvnn fillies mmt nt
uiriii vw..w ...... . ' ' ' .
...... n .1 . , . u r . f rril
uiuu mvum tutu hhiiiwi v
m. t ; . at s -rr t eiDsVf u
yje ei pull a SEPies BExuJEe ewess
fWP.MP5 SEO' P. WHOOT.IS OF cPfVUFORriiA tio
CPsRL 8. fScOS OF piEUJ VORki.
Mn linger The Manngnr, nn every one
known, was ono of tho two great din
t.ttico runiiois got by Voter while
Voter nIi kiiI ut tho Into James It.
Keeno's Ciuitleton stud In Kentucky.
The other was llallot. Three of tho
daughter of Tho Manager Mujur
.Mcliowcll will offer on Aug. S that
attracted wide attention In Ken
tucky aro daughters of Ancient, lima
and Alnnarka, Thn daughter of
Ancient Is n show ring ycurllng
pel fret Is her bilanco and so grace
ful uru her proxrtloin. She Is a
chestnut and it throw back physlcally
to her slro, which was ono of tho
handsomest horse.i of his tlmo as well
.m ono of tho gnulesi. Ancient Is a
daughter of Cesarlon nnd Grandma,
iho ,i daughter of Kilty, wlro of tho
iIhiiih of HurgomaMter and .Icrsoy
Mghtnlng (llegrets and Thundercr'ti
dam) Tills fill v of The Manager Is
a half brother of tho winner Strong.
Tho lima and Alauarka fllllei are
granddaughters on tho female sldo
of Mnnarka, n llglil-footed daughter
if l'rlnce of Monaco, which won at
all distances for .Major McDowell
sonio eighteen or twenty years back
Thn lima lllly by The Manager Is
"a ay spicniiKiiy uoyciopo.!. niie
Ikj 'ill L n i f 1 1 u W i m i r t. A A 1 1 n 1 f L l
,,., nUl, ,
udmirubl.v uroixirtioiuxl. Tho .Major's
hiinilNomeHt yearling by nn oulsldn
maill.in is a slipping coii i.y sweep
. , . s ' .' ,,,.,, .,, Pnfrm;'
Ion and ho has already the develop-
ment of a two-year-old. Smart odH
by The Manager are from I'.len-a
Dale, (losslp. Lucky lckit. Cnutlon
(the d.un of St. AUgiiiune) nu
Acunhla (the dam of I'ltiml. Thorn
is a good looking filly by The Man
ager out of Applnliso. The other out
Hide stallions leuresenteil in tho con
slgnment aro Fair Flay, Watcrvalo
(Fistic News johnPoiiock and Gossip)
Jack Curley. who promoted the big
battle lietweon Jnck Dempsey and
Fred Fulton at tho baseball grounds
at Harrison. N. J., on Saturday after
noon, told tho writer to-day that ho
md his partners lost 13,ooo on tno
show. While Jack felt sorely disap
pointed over the amount of money
taken in at tho gate. li.fiM.. no was
greatly hurt to think that so many
neonlo tried to Itnock tne inrut oj
ilwlnrlng that It would not como off.
1 am - 1 1 to say that every bill tli.it
went wMi tho show was paid and not
,i single penny held back. I intend to
stage another big show at the same
place, nnd expect to havo Ted Lewis,
tho welterweight cnampion, unu
Honny Leonard, tho lightweight
champion, battle. I havo an appoint
ment with the managers of tlio men
to-day and feci wro of Blgulng
thorn up." .
ljr t)i nrt litw in twrntj joam tn fuAt
(i at Ctii mil hjn a ojam-a nn Am, 10
M n-rlni Ifct rut. ul tart In rral arraiXi in
ilut ritl. H' Haltation Armj hu rrtWnxl f'
ml.vn fnm U ullnntjm to alu t H titlni
cntrrtilliiwnl al U Vhk-j&a WhiU Hot lolill
Kln.I. U ot wliirh in lo to tunl
mi tn ll aalimiinn -
arrineirw thr Il0i J4k Pemw will aft.
Iar Is on of Uu contrail.
It la praflk'illj rtlW n thl f '"It"
an.1 Jnlmiu lliwnud. wl ruul lkwrh!a trf
U)mn. N. J.. U fi In ttia .Ur Sat of
-ii,i n.m.l. at tha Ji7 tltjr Iim1I iwuiula
., Kriitaj nrnln, AJ. . Al U1-. nianaiar
.J l-mllh. a.lll llw Utnu lor 10a nun to-du
n.l Uicj al t"lll l 'M l"ut. '' 'a t
Til Mnnrr, the mil b.M.mHflit ot
Mnmtil. Ktn "Ul ' xt""' freoUe llama of
Jm; Cllr In Uu atar lnt of eltnt rouale at
the Jtntj aij basi4all arouoJa on yrMar nUM,
wul urlit U towu to-day tmm CJikato and will
UJt on i finUlihif touohr t hla work at a Vmeuniad te 11.071 and the clobrtaU eleaetd nrocrnnunn only awnlts for final ettli- Clanl.. To-(l. wh 1it t top nil, a n?
Ivlw. in.. u. Jaa. Clu of Ull ilu. Tola Ca7 Umii tW m alu uuiMUwUesi. incut UCWI U U hUlr murida' i. t. It, UusJe. AO J4lC
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To Hold Meeting
Here on Saturday
The National League will hold a ,
special meeting at the League Head
quarters lit this city Saturday morn-
ng at 10 o'clock Frcsldcnt Tcliei ho
untitled the various club owners last
night, ami It is expected that all the
Itles on tho circuit will bo repre
entod ;ii tho ruin lave. In dlncL con-
rasl to tho action taken by thf
parent baseball organization, tho om
.'IjiIh or tho American League are fetlll
Mitial.hllng over tho edict Issued by
llyron Han Johnson to the effect that
in Iiim nnlnion the American League
icawin should cloe on Aug. "0 so as
to allow the norld series to b com-
plcted by S)t. 1 In accordance with
the ruling of Seeretarj of War Haker.
r rfein.ivn 1 i.l nl The TlcVO-'
tnn.l American League t 1UI) signc-i
Oeorgo McQuillan, n pitcher of ha
ColtimbiLi American Assoc at on
riuli, and Hob Heschrr of Louisville
for tho rest of tho season to-day. Mc
(lulllan formerly played with I htia- I
delphia anil tho Flrates nnd Hescher X
with tlio llcils unu um umim.
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CHICAGO. July 31--r"arlyA.
Cotnlskev President or tno .;nicjiKT
Amerlcaiis, tn-dav Issued a stale-
ment opposing trie sugKesnon
iVJ.i.inn. imn tolinson of the lengun
to close the season about Aug. 10 and
nliu li world's series. I tliinK
. .. .1... Hlll Ui.nl ,
WO shollhl eiintllllli" l" imuj iin.n .
1 the date i"t by Secretary naKC-r iur
.. Jnui.,n f hnsoball." President
Comlskoy said. "Wo are drawing the
largest crowds In the. K.ust In several
years and we should give that section
of thn country Its "hare of the sched
ule as originally mapped out.
TUTTROIT. Mich., July St. Presi
dent Frank Nevln of the Detroit
baseball club sold to-day that he was
ngrortible to the proposal to ter
minate iho championship season Aug.
70 If other clubs desired IL
will ha Moom'i find fiirlmirt hiee he Hoed tV
The itcm rwHpl of th tm rini1 hmrl r
twrrti llrrr of PttMwrtfi tn"! H'lie
tlmtj o fWilnnA, ltli now in Ok- mttIoi irf
Dnil- Hm at rump Sfnoin, in., nainrai? tl
tnno.)n mtmrnl to H.W3. A the ma mi
tnln tat SO m erol, m Um r msU, tbj
rarh dno fOSI. Tl Mh ll.JIfl wit to tha
Annj MbViie jvrt siniittn.
Arkitl.'r boTirir will atMnl t Carap
Momn. ith Au4.ir. S. J., on J"niUT nlrht.
t wWdi IImvo will tr thw rttit.miiii, bwts
l.'tmvn rvrnlr mslo'iid iru-n dmlnl. Tlie
fiehtmi ho Wll honk ia In Uww mitm am
Punni VrV aivl lUnnr Monotorn, .lohnnj
Miunr. Uw llarlm lnUimrrntit, and Cliarlj
llnnrlnun i' lln..Vljn. and ilubbr North and
MlVc Ni-mwan .111 (u W fir.1 laiilnc m
at tl Or.iwim TVatn at Newark. J., to
morrow nWit. Sill") hu narnxt hla rlnb tli
National fci..rtini I'Jub, and for the nain ffrnt
I haa alfivd ' llarrr lrrb. the hard hlltlnc
Pittalaini nulillrwiatil. tn nut Johnnr Howard
of llajonw. N J. t' nll)t round, llowapl'a
inanaev UK nublr had morr In aLfnlrm hi
man to tat Onib. aa the latter la too math for
Jon llmLi, tna Wndern omTrwritM, wbo la
n,w allartml to U U K 8. (JraiKto Hlate,
now (lilnia Uie hrlwrlM chiai;onthlo ot
th nary. Jim ,m h lua f.mht all iV U
tuff fi-Wown wiUi fair siMftw and I pwemt to
takr on Hill Hn-niwn fliatlrr Wrlaert or llarrj
On, who re alni In the nat;,
filtnw Jark Pemjwr laid Tml Fulton nut
with a rurlit ban.1 walloi) on U Uw in Jmt
r-Khtoni an-onb at llarm N J.. Jar Krami,
manasrr of I)"il,t haa hou mxruw offra
Inn all oier thr onuntrr for DM man tu m,t
ItoM Mi "hiiK." MllwauaM aral 81. Paul
want th mn to mt in n'tum Utile n ten
rniinda acd arw willinj to a'fr a.'h of Umb
a Uf aiatlt', "Hh l.T'Vutaff
Vt trtoptiln Willie Itjm of New riraiwtk,
X J., in four rouoila at IU kit A, A, oi . N, j,', by the New Columbia Hotel Ath
l.nn t'lt7 on llouUj ntht Ja.-k llnttoa, the lotlc Club cf Ilelmar and Nuw York
fomvr wvltrwila-ht rtuanaio, m.ld ISSa for
tne nd, Thle waa "aj ." fo Jack, aa be
nt Jahod "'I hooted Iljn nnul the latVr he.
came ttoM. The tpm iwtltn of lb ahaw
WOMLO SEPIE.S BoVS
YJILL BECOME 60.f riUTS
(fr rv.c Mcse
VELu ME TO MfAVG SOMETHING TO kEEP THE
OLD STfXNDBS P1R0UNO THE BULLETIN BOARDS
Duke Kahanamoku in Danger of
Losing His Amateur Standing
p.)mn M,,,.,,.;;.,,, C,,,;,,ar
I .HHOlIb rl.lJ'.ilian oWimillcr
Cliarged With Having Padded
Mis Expense Account.
tty Alex. Sullivan.
HAT speed marvel of tho water,
the Hawaiian. Duke Kahana
moku, who Is now touring this
!...,-.. . .-- i.i
t-uuniijf in iiio inicri'si, ui iii ii'-n
lug taken away because of tho charges
;ust urougni against nun in tne vtcsi,
that ho has paddo.d his expenso bills.
Yejirs ago this used to bo tho
iuiuihu uiuuiimi ui iu,iity nu-i,iiii u
Hlmon-purc.1 of maintaining their
amateur status. They received large
amounts somellmas for competing,
but It was only "expenso" money.
That's what they uro now trying to
prove against the famous Hawaiian
amphibian, if It Is found out posi
tively ho took more money than wai
legitimately coming lo him for actual
expensed, ho will be barred from fur
ther amateur competition. This would
prevent his nppearanco at Hrlghton
Hcuch next week, whoro ho Is sched
uled to take part In a raco against
all the starts of the amateur racing
Not only will tho Duko ho called
upon to explain why his expenso ac
count is so high, but so will his trav
elling companions. Harold Kriiciier
and Clarence, two swimmers of no
mean ability. .
An Investigation of tho charges
preferred against tho threo men
named haa alrtudv been starlet! he
Charles A. Dean, President of the
Amateur AthleUo Union, and Fred L.
Meers. iTiialrmnn of tho Central As.
soclatlon Heglstratlon Committee,
it is re poriei that tho lnko nnrl
thn other two swimmers tnrmil in n
bill for nearly a thousand dollars for
expenses for their appe.'irnncn In five
cities, and If Una sum Is beyond what
they should have charged thev will
bo summarily dismissed from tho
a. a. u. anil win either havo to com-
peto in tho future as pros or rotlrc.
Fred Hublen. President of the Met
rnnolltnn Association of tho A I'
Is planning an athletic meeting to raise
minis to ouy uinienc equipment ror th,
negro soldiers who so far seem lo havi
leen overlooked, The following commit
too nas Deon naineu to iiireet thn inert.
j. j. iiauwin, r.ew iorK worloi nil. V
warren, Amsterdam News: Col. Chas.
W. Andereon. Lieut. John B. Nell, 15th
Hcirlment i Herald Norman. Aloha. P. t"
C. : Henry Wilson, Alph P. C. C. : Lionel
i, neei. aieniH.-rcsceni A. u. llomro
U nouBhcriy. .cw iorK News: Itov
Moore. ,Salcm-Cres'ent .V, C. i Clarence
Mltchel, St. unristopner.
It. A. Mills Jr., fonner scholsstlc
onampion sprinter, wno, after loavin,
school attended the University of Michi
gan for a year, has Joined the Mohawk
A. C. He is capable of running the fm
lonn In O.'li and the rnnturv In even
time. Ed. Foley, one of the club's sar
sprinters ami camaln of the track team
has probably been lo.rt to tho team for
tlie rrmainuor oi tne ouiaoor season n
cause of lllncHs,
Plans have been completed for a two-
dnv riuiiin lonsii ti a. A. it. water car
nival, which will bo singed at Ilelmar
Women's Svlmming Association for tho
benefit of tne Hcd Cross.
Tho meet will be hold Aug. 1C-17 tn
h llalmnr l.ncoon. an artificial tidal
pool measuring hnlf a mile across. The
programme only awaits for final ettli-
two greatest wnti riiicn. Perry McGII
llvra of Clucago and Normnii Hon of
San Francisco, now m Uncle tjuin's ser
vice, will bo able to compote.
lloth havo iioon ln It'll to compete
iignm.t DtiUe KaliniiHinoku. Cluronoi.
lino and Harold Krucgri. the fnmoiis
llnwallaii rwiinmcrs, who aro booked
for tho fixture.
Mi anwhllo. Miss Dorothy Hums of
the Lim Angtl's A. C, holder of the
uoinon's International standards for SO
und H)0 ard open water rwlmnilng. has
wircl licr iiiir for the National A. A.
I'. ssO-yiird championship, sanction for
which has been secured. Mlsnes Claire
tlalllgan. Charlotte Hoylo and Lucy
Freeiiun of tho Nuw A'oik Women's S.
A., ull three national title holders, have
alwi put down their iiamoi. for this con
test, there Is assurance nlienih of
inu iinesi iieiu ever brougiit together
for thu clastic fixture.
The MetroDolitnn Afsoclatlnn of the
Amateur Athlutlv Union wilt stage a
swimming carnlva' for thn lienoilt of
tlio t'einam Hay sailors nt liast Chester
Hiy. near City Ulaml, on Aug. 10. Dukb
ivinanamoKii, a. A. u. champion an I
rrroni iioltler. with Clarem-e K. Uanu
and Harold Kruegor of Honolulu, will
Piatt Adams. Olvmulo chamolon
Jumper, who u recruiting athletic ill-
roi'iors a,nn shorts leHUors for service
overseas with tho American Expedition
ary horees, antiounceii to-ila that
.New IorK would furnish the nuota sot
by the Y, M. C. A., and that he would
have 100 men to take over with him
when he sails. IMuin II. Crowd!., thn
old Princeton guard, who played In tho
jays or "uig mil' rewards, nas oeen
TO-DAYS' ENTRIES FOR
EMPIRE CTY TRACK
njWT -I LACK Jf'ur twtvmr-oldd flv lM
Toilu 11013-? Tiin.lpr IK
(.IS'.') Ktvti Jajw. ..U..; a7 UUtlfr 1"3
Mi 'luiniy iijj.iut uni jui im
SliHkNU 1LAOK. -Fur Ltutv.nArKi4U llA no
Tinl. Mf'licz. uue lOilr.
inn 'lufui- in ."f tjuiwi ji
.1711 L'niwniy ... W JPTtl II liirroi-).. K.
.17? IIhii HIat... Ml :tS JlrMH.rol.-nt ...101
T bj Jury.. .Ii7 - Nitvl 112
- llm-M-im. ...!" .
,.774) N K. . . ttJ 3tli Ml. IWljr
TilllU) RACK--KW nul.lfn three-) rat old and
pw.nl, tlf anil a uan iiirioiiK..
3.V) IV Ajnila.. IIS..1MI A. Wink If.
3SO IhU Jhloj..lla :0 iVIUenna ....j .
KaU llnnn .lot' ll".) Saiui.f, Ii.
,-M7 llniite tal.lia IU'iO II 'a i-u.tr lOi
:uai tvid.ii nai .'in ito-i'tiT ....it:
3JT V d'ArUfice..H7 VMI tl lahiion If,
tkrfl MIW .1- 1'1' .,.ru.l. ,,,,l,
e'oaaant 1 1T' lf' l ll,ion .113
?fl .Miuw jioiu.iit ,Ji-i r. r.. mii. ,xis
larquln ... .1171
1YIUUTII ItACIV 1' thrre-jear-oUla and op-
wa J lialuhcai). one mac.
M.r la.r .llkl 3M mttrrlild ... I0i
.T7H T, Mc'lMart.lai' RHI It. .Midn Of
;i7a Dnwtiu 100 .Till llanona 114
1'IITH HAr.B- ror tlirwri'arilita and tui
...ki ..iiintf. ,ui mil and .etentf tarda.
mes Aiara ',, ...i- .i. r,-. ......
axl The Ilon..lH iWI l 1'u.lihiw. ...IIS
tlark M 4 -TT Tti,i ... in;
- MlMdi-r ... 10" "-vl II ran .,. .t
Cait. M'moBt.loT ,''' l"'n Cmm j i-.'
KM Hlar lln Hil .Vl lOtirndrat . t'i
370 II. IVIdlT....Il hniler. HJ
i-,i isn.i Tnh.n liCt 3itl II llurnine lui
.174 Anslral P'l W ' Ihiio aure. . IS
374 a?.J ....lUi aa" '"l Violet.. Ittl
Wl"l''al',i'''--.- nt - lhak nard . IU
.wt J'l-wunline. . I Ui-au l"T--r H.1
1741 lnin.lr-arT ..1in".HH Wn.i n.in.. 107
t ti,hal...iiri ::. Kio l'il,i ...lis.
77 V ' .VArUlhw. . I" SMI T to Jirrj tl.'
Kol p Slmirnni . 11 S "HI It, a V
SIXTH IWCB for nuidva totar-oId; fn.
IlTsi'Vondfrmin 111 iv iji I'row m
311 Hiiu-o 114, ST li s.l l hUr 114
syj Ul'.un Hkaw. .ill ' iei w l."o .pi
lull ijinwniaUon .111 Kti luaer III
IIS Tail im ......til 3KI IkMrln . ...114
1SI Milkra II til Will Marl r,nnil III
3S7 llil.rosa ,,,,.1141 37 Mid H'ruiinu.-lll
SW l!!u ........tit T"Mn Ill
Anvfentioe allowance claimed.
Orient "Cleaning Up" in
Tourney at Bay Ridge.
Ily William Abbott.
Till, 'jt'-it communique from Hay
K.dfTe .-howl' hut 'he Japanese
k 10 u unit of r.i 'quot wielders
11. alt ng a steady advinre on the
Metropolitan ennl chatnplomhip. In
ho op n inn .f tennis ob-orvi rs is
quite 01 Idem this Amer'ran title will
sooq bo shlped to the Flowrn King
dom. Tlitre was a short, snappy engage
ment 011 tlio Crescent Club courts
1 between nhwer yesterday uftcrnoon, .
during which Seiichlno Kit.ihlo, a wiry
llttk Jup, triumphed over J. 11. Huj .es
tn two straight sets.
It really wiui only light exercise for
Kashlo to win, 61, tl 1. The daiK-
klniied Oriental from the base t.n
1 kopt up a. steady bombardment of
1 lotig-rniigo strokes which so dlscjn
I eerted lltichiff that he netted mos of
I tbo returns or slashed thi.ru out of
For variety, the cunning J.vp would
sneak lo the net and drop over a
"soft" one, which Invariably cnusht
iho hard-working Hughes napping
Only the day beforo Ichltu. Kuma
pie, a teammate of Knshlo's, won hit
match In convincing stylo. On the
showing of these two brown mon It ,
dltllctlll to seo how tho defenders a-
going to repel the luvaaion from the
While Kashio was winning h n
match. Dr Kosenlxium admlnlstc o(i
a court lesxon to young Fred Anbr
son. Tli' mooting of the tlfteen-ve
old star and the veteran of hundr l
of tulirii.iitK m w.i .1 unique npi i
tarle. Or onrse. Dr. Kosenl 1 11
utilizing his long experience sin) v
toyed ui'h his youthful oppon" t
who tried ) hard to win 'h.i "i .
meroly hont himself, making don r"
faults and striving for dazzling
(overies. a weakness that most vouna
sters stirrer from unlM they attam
nece.nr' tennis exporior.ee and w -dom
that goes with It.
Klliot iiliizen. one or tne most !
I satlonnl yoiingstcr now after h.ini.
I pionsh.p honors, was In go,-, I f,. -m
1 and disposed of It. II llltehev r.n .ei
I handily b the scares of t. 3
' While th' "e in.itc'ies nore heir
lcolded. dark, menacing cloud:- Hl.ir
over tl" Hav Hl..-' . "iirt. Kns 1
iiad hardly linlshed hu sel-tn when
the threatened storm broke and 'th
contestants and spectators wtirrlpd
'or rover In tne club hou
. . n , n r-i rnTiAiln
Iind Hace Keen Jane, Tippler linn-
..": ...... . ...
econil uacr -.iiri. i I'.io . voir, i.-t
Third ILire King Arippa O'f " o
Fourth Itier - ll.inovM. Tom M' T-,g (
gsrt. Mar '.izer.
rlltli li.i e r-iar i.i-ii. nmooi i cm nr.
Iron C'ro-s ....
Sixth Itaee Wonrterman. T r,. 'n
NEW INTERNA! I0NAL LtAUUt.
r.l-vnion o 1 o o o 2 n M T i
lnztMintn . S 0 0 4 .1 A in tte
HrH-hiwicr n O o o o o o n is i
(il ! rwf.nT.T 1DTUILI PT WIU UIWH
UttTt.- Twiw srvt V'Uie-r KoV-ath. lrii t
WVirt ...1 0O0 0 1 040.,
Uufalo .. . 0 0 ii o 0 1 0 1 o ' tt
Itjiftrf-t( Huli'-U rwl MUen: Mfio n.
Trtmntn tflMt .m'),
jmrT OitaT. I o o a n I n I o , a
rc-mnnt ,. . " u ' " ,7 "
lUtlfntfr -iaDn mua itrwu; jvud aa tie
Tor'V.tft .. 3 0 O O O O 1 -H 3
YANKS-TIGERS BOX SCORE.
M'.W 11P.K iA). I IibTliniT
ab lb 10 a ol ah lb tw a
iK.iir.rf a 0 0 o onari. i o a i e
Unvir. II.. a o - o n 11. jon. id 4 x n i
Vriu tfti .. I t too ib. It..
i a a
lliiirr.au. l a"iu.,io. ,
I'lil'. lb... 4 I t 0 1 llarmr. if.
luid;.. ,1. .114 0 n'rv.Hi. rf...
I'. fc ic'iM - O O 2 OiWalW. rf.
:i o 4
3 o i
Ward. m. . o o i o nii . jd
i:nr. i.. a 0 2 0 0
ll.iin.li. c. 0 0 4 1 0
loir. n. ... 2 O 0 10
Iti num. n O O 0
-riyau .... o o o o ...
r t j. 1,1 ii . . i o o o i,
t llunuu.-!. .1 0 0 0 0!
ti.u .To 4 "4 s 1 Total.
ITT ?7 f 1
"WTfo or ii xinihjn,-.ii in ii irtrmp looiui
IHItfl for Wallr In th i-i. nlti lrnn
tlliltr.1 for lire in tli lizTith innlne
Vw lurk 0 0 0 o 0 O 0 0 O 0
Hel-nit 0 O 0 0 0 5 O 1 3
Itorn It Jonca. Veecb i.'l, Tko-IIv Hi
iih. (..). Pratt. Thrrne Hit -Orh
Sa. -il II l--llirtT. ViW. ImuM I'iaj B
Un.l I'ofl. ' and It. Joniw. I.'fl on na.., -Ne
lol. 0, llflj.tr. tt. KiM II on Kffor Nw'
ork I: U'lroit, I. linn Ilia K llllle Off
I. iii S: off Poland. llw III. -ii'f i.i.o. 3
in aiii or itiiri, off Uoriit.n, ,'i in unj. Hit b
I'D bnl IU.1 - III lot 1 (IUrrr). Hlnak Uul
III Uoe. 3. lj Poland. S IxxiticaT I'lUher -Lof,
"lonriK iriaon i.nliatn.
ROSTON. July 31 Peter li. It.nei.-a
nf Adams, hotter known aa "Voting Kel
son." a w testier, and formerly Instriictni
of wrestling at Colbv I'ollrne, rnllatel
vr-lerda In a Can't, Han regiment at a
rcr-rultlng ofll. o here
1MI (tIMIMIN i;l'llV tHIf.K
IIAV II) At Ii. Ill, IMI.IHIVK.
All the Crack llnrio In inch
.-'Inlii-i. Ilnnill ape Klu. oli i'.hufe und
A lll'.AI. AMI HrKAI. IIOI.ID.W.
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