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EVENING UBLig EDGEBiHILADEJtPHiA:' ajKBSDAY4 tflW, 18
BUTH AND ADAMS ARE HOME-RUN BABES ONE HITS 'EM, THE OTHER GETS HIT FOR ,'EM-
Affliction of babe-ruthitis
causes phils to sock ball out
of lot, getting 50-50 break
' IK N AFFLICTION Known no
". down upon our I'IiIIm yesterday afternoon. This
disease originated In Now York nml was iiuite contagious.
The victims co wild when u at the oItc '" " hall game,
nd take such n violent dislike to the baseballs that they
Jcnock them as far away as possible. In fact, everybody
tries to hock the boiiuelltisr bulb out of the lot.
Therefore, when the boys weie laid low with "Babe
ruthiHs" they acted accordingly. Three times wns the
ball tdnmincel out of the playground, and these. accord
Ins to the rtilcH. are known as home runs. Of course,
they helped wonderfully and made It possible for the
I'hils to win a ball game from Pittsburgh, the liiwt which
has been won this year from thnt dub on the home lot.
Gavvy hopes his athlete never will g't well.
All of this happened In the other part of a double
header. The opener was a giand slum for the visitors,
but that was her-iiise our side didn't make enough homers.
It Is about the nightcap that we ate writing.
Habe Adams, who once was joutliful enough to de
serve the front handle, toiled mi the mound for tho
Flratcs. He was n nice (hap. kind to the Phils nud they
hated to see him leave abruptly nt the end of the fifth.
It was he who mnde it possible for the homers.
In the second frame Vnghttonc. who sat in nt third
for both Millers .lack mid lliilph innmctcd with a fast
one and it landed on a passing unto in llro.id street.
Then an inning p.i-wed "i all innings pass. Fletcher
Stepped up and banged n liner to center. Carey couldn't
Ktt near it, nor could Higher Therefore the pellet fell
on safe ground nml boum ul right into the pocket of u
"Walter Tragesser peipetrated the third circuit clout
Just before Mr. Adams h'ft. His was a wallop into the
'left field stand.
The home folks were fortunate to get thoe slam?.
They were needed nt the cud. for in the ninth inning (Veil
Algernon Causey exploded with n loud bang and the game
almost went (looic. Three runs came in before liert (Sallla.
put u stop to it. Tho linal tiggcrs weie " to 4.
X JUSTICE to Italic Adams let it
Hicrf excellent iudnment iclnlr
tccrc papular, lie kept them tccll wuttered.
more than one ten made in an innina.
Pirates Have Bidae on Phils
THH Phils haven't had any more trouble this vear
trying to trim the Pirates than Hir Thomas had tiving
to lift the America's Cup. Thirteen games huve been plavtd
between the two club-, and Cravath won his fourth game
of the season from the Hues in the finale of jestenlav's
double-header. This means that the Phils have plnjed
,307 ball against the Cib-on.gang.
Wilbur Cooper lias been the most effective Pirate
pitcher against the Phils, lie has won four punes and
lost only one to the Cravatli Tub Then comes Karl
Hamilton, who has won onlj four games during the entire
LOCAL GOLF INVADERS BACK
AFTER BRITISH COMPETITION
Mrs. Vandcrbcck and Miss Cavcrly Return to This City From
Play in Ireland and France Vardon-Ray Play Here
TWTRS. CLARENCE II. VAXDER
"" BECK and Miss Mildred Caverly.
,of the Philadelphia Cricket Club, have
returned to this city following their
competition for the ladies' golf cham
pionship of fSreat Britain.
Both the local stars arrived in Phila
delphia last night. They will have a
couple of months of protracted rest be
fore the American championship is
played in October at Maj field.
Mrs. Vandcrbcck won two of her
matches in Ireland, but w.ia beaten in
the third round, while Mi Caverlv,
ecording to such reports a were had
was beaten on the last
reeu oi mp nisr
wn...1 yun . I. I -f ,' M IHflllll rui Ull lUIMUl. ,1UU 111. 13 I'W
Win" nw.Vi i ,t i. M10P"l'-ntIy a plajir to Im very much reck-
kenzie, loronto, who is the Canadian i flllo.i ,,. , ,i, ,,rf ;. ,nnH,u t
Reports .said that Miss Cavcrlv's plav
around the greens was eccllent. but
her driving was not nenrlv so strong as
that of Mr. Maikeiuie, vvlm won,
After defeating Mi-s Ames Polk
Stone, in the first round. 1 and ", Mrs.
Vandcrbcck met Mrs. Mai kenie the
next morning and defeated the Canadian
champion liandilj. ,'! nnd 2. British
play for women is much more severe
than In America, mainlv on account of
the weather conditions and the fact that
two rounds are placd per da.v.
After an hour foi luncheon, Mrs.
vonderbeck ngaiu teed off, this time
against Miss Jennette Jackson, who re
ports state is the Irish champion. Mrs
VnJ-V,..l-'o ,,.,, -i,i , l..
;"""Y7'"" ""' "" ,'"', "'"" a evldeicl n.uht and thought of losing
been Inferior to the brand of golf she ratler Inierf. nd with his golf. Now ho oin
had played previous! and Mis, JacUon "'a"1 '' '-and .roved on all his own can
Won, o and .'I. j W" 'ttn th" f ''"''' regardless.
Meantime, Miss Marion Ilollins, met
rnpolitau champion ut the tune, and n
third member of the invading partv. had
won her tirt tluee matclic-, and met
Miss Molly (iiiflitlis, one of the tionget
o the women pln.vers abroad, in the
fourth round. "A strong wind like u
hurricane was blowing" and Mis II d
llns's wooden shots were bucil) curnc.il
astray. She lost ( nml 1
Miss Oilflitbs had defcatcl Mi s Uo.i
tnond Sherwood, minthi r New lurk dw-
. , . , ... , i
tnct plaxer and the tenanting member '
ot tile pnitv in the tnr mund vls
Grifhths vvejit to tf.e tiiuil- where
i - where Mp
IObt to Miss (nil I.eit( li who had held
tlic chuinpionship ino 1!H I
Miss I.eiti h is inietcd to enter the
Women s chnmpionsini) heie u,i (all
Jim H.irno, Aim i ic an prcifessiunnl
.l,..m. ,. 1 1 ..I .1 .1..
b..M...,,.u... ,,- ,..,,., ..,,,. (i, km,-, i.it
our one women plnvers, that tliey bad
developed a good himiv in. . e sf'arr-, and
that In the championship one haul plnver
was no sooner defeated ilian another
harder one had to be beaten in the
"The Iiritieh women pln.vers are bv
nature moii lobust than in America,"
he staled, and the thirtv-Mx holes a clav
was undoiibteellj a hardship. Then they
nre airustomed to playing in the gales
there, which 1, mjself, could often feel
lift me light up at the top of my swing
I nra surpiiseel that our plnjers did us
Well as the.v did, under the conditions,"
In answer to mimeioiis fineries, Vnr
don and Hiiv are expected to play in
this city on September 'J't and 'J-l at
Huntington Valley unci Morion Mat
Marston is to be one of the American
idtle, with either Puuicls Otiiinct, Hob
Gardner, or some other amateur star
lis aide The Iliitish pair are also to
play I'lno Valley, it is understood,
Aronlmink nud I.lanerch nre likewise
talking of having them, though finnl
arrangements have not been concluded.
N. I Moon, of Norristovvn. writes
ilti to settle the question of the nativo
mil of V. l. Armour who nrrived In
IS country with Waiter Ilasen to
to in our eiiampionshlpa.
lis n meinner ot tne J.othlanburn
Edlnburch Scotl'incl nnel U
jimiiuursn, BCOUUHU, anU W
stated that lie thought "either Miss Thus thev mur enouah holes to ( ,
Alexa Stirling nr Ml-s f'averlv could ' mu"1 '""-"eii-tlilB year s. for In
probably beat Mi- l.eit.h iu America."! .,
ile said that ..b.oa.l the,,, were two to Llr J" K,f?i; 'V.S". . ' '
Ity KOnittlT V. MAXWKI.I,
fuorts Keillor l'.vrnlnic Pulillp I.rtlirr
- ruthltls" swooped season. Three of
line u in naninit ticn defeats.
from becoming slangy
ding to our
rl is a noun
he i'l that Ac
the home nnn
(onsideied ons of the bet amatuer plav
ers m the British l-lo lie won the
I rench championship at La Boillie the1
10th of this month, defeating C. .1. II. ,
Tolley, the British champion, 3 and 2.
An urtidc that I read in an English!
newspaper refers to Armour as a gdlfcr
of whom much would be heard from.;
saying that heretofore lie had taken I
little part in prominent tournaments." j
Armour made a hne impression in nn
exhibition mnth the oiner day by bis .
tremendous diiviug nnd accurate iron!
play. His scoring was erratic ns it was ,
in the metropolitan open jesterdav, i
where hp took eighty -five strokes in his
first round, but his mM ovage and the
kinks in Ins game ii.-ht after landing
.i..i.i ..it n. i i. t.. :
Jim Barnes had a remarkable en id
of 00 in the fiisr round with Ilagen,
two strokis behind in 71. Charlie
Hoffncr. Plulinont, had n .1G-.1U-72.
while William I.eni h Merchantville. i
got stmted witn in :is 7. The sec-
end round win 1m piav ed today, nml the
al!-lw.l.. tl,,! r ...m . ...
,v, -noil' ilium i"ii,ii in.
Wilfred Keid Wilmincton. nnd J,
Douglas Edgai. Di mil Hills, were tied
witli Hoflner at 71'. The play is at
Greenwich, t'onn. and Walter Ilagen
is the pre-ent title-holder.
so tli it the spinnakers have all been
IUII. ll aHil fh, n h, Vint. Vin,,lnH &,. ii, nr.
I sin i ta'k or somethlnB. Oolfr Hdson I
nui ungjon va'iev I
letter yacht, which it
his came on the
shimrnek IV w.is a
Mrs. II. Wttonlmus. Lu Lu. in a r-rnilt
-it m tm unn m mnKinR rapi'i nrosr1-
g 'in. fir-it any time out there
There l ereat excitement In Uoston vr
fli ir r i H hlnic contrst between ntitm. ..
h:rfrsoi;rforntha'-ma.Vh :'mkM?l''0' b,lv, ' ,lian'-t' Prove hh.jion for Its i,,,!,,,,, responsibility for
s rre. and there's a constant dirn.-ri alulit. the dlspraeefiil management of Inst
and Guilford amateurs ore n
I Tlie nenl vrorked bv the Itritlhers Is 'nT
1 'I n .he middle Th sv.tem rl k,
c m.i and Ouliford is for Guilford, a .., '
In n(J wuuiora is for uuiirord. a. 'er
r Me h iter, to go for thn birdies on ,
i,i n iter, tn jto ror th birdies on e
n lolcs. or majhap an eai;i nd f,r
, V .'. . -. 'T. . :L' ".. '": V- '
im-t to be there In par. The n.r,vn
,v anjhody on a course they know
fltz '"arcent and W T West Mri-.i
. ..u.. in lunn .Tin. wurtt ut rarcn r
i I am and -kkh, Onlv their v e.em
;".',.".' i , I . . "en
i r , ,r hi KI H. oiroin ir farsmrr ,
ii ird of bec-us,. thej don't pia
v ..h.i"on countr WihS ir ,rn?'r
if It ili.-hem He used to nUy t'n br . c I
r liseball and then turn.d .. JX , br '. , ?
!.- . m . . i. . : ". lr I
,. . . . .- . . ... ...: ..,..-' n
ni-. iiTT, ii nar.iirrHii wnn ini-h r,i
ht ped that hrlBht star on tli eo.,at j
UHAlNU UIHUUII FEATURES K'r M"r" ,hun ,l'" 1ril1' tni did
1 against the Helglans on Moudny when
Southern and Deshler Stake Ra,.,' '' ' score was S to !! The nelgiunn rode
r- a a t -r . flees,hard, but were decide dlv outplujcd in
Carded for Today
Columbus, 0 July "l -'Uo of the
mom importnnt stake evicts of the year
will he contested todnv as features 0f
the fourth da'H card of the fitand Cir
cuit trots. The i! :0H trot the Southern
Hotel, purse S300I), and the ' u ,,afl,
t'... I)e-Uler Hotel rirKi. X'.ODO, are the
B" eveiun in iiiieiiiinn me J;,i trot
ti.r three-year-olds unci the n trot i
will be raced
In the Southern Hotel. IVer Cn?r
thn j ear's unbeaten stakeholder is a
starter. Peter June, The Toddler.
ItruRHlloff unci Husy's LasHle are also
umong tho starters In the Deshler
Hotel pnee, Juno, John Henry, Peter
Hook nnd I'fBe Direct are among those
Norwich Gets Roque Tourney
Norvttrk. Conn.. July ifl - Instead nf noma
to 1'hlladflDhla as was eiDeeted tajit vB
the national roque. tournament will tie held
" tbU year. Tho tes are Aucun
17 to Si. J
his victories were drawn from the
linker bojs. He has jet to lose one gnine to (lavvy.
Carlson has won one and lost one. nnd Adnms lias grabbed
one nnd slipped up on two. Ponder la the only Gibson
hurler who has not seoted a win against our Phils.
Hill Hubbell Is the lone member of tho Crhvnth staff
who has a perfect record against the Hues. That's prob
ably because he won his only start. Oeorge Smith lies
been trimmed three times. Meadows nnd Itlxey twice,
(inllia has lot one and Causey has split even iu two
The Phils dropped two series to the Tlrntes before
winning one. They lot seven tilts in n row before they
started right on duly !) in the third series. That was in
Smoketown. and the next day (Savvy surprised the mil
ere by copping a double-header.
rir tnoirt the I'htli trailing with
Olympian, Not Olympiad
DEAR Sill As one of your more or less attentive fol
lowers who has held his soul in leash while you fol
lowed the prevailing spnrtspagesque habit of mauling the
defenseless anil frequetitl.v elastic king's English to suit
your mood (and pns-ihlj the column rule), permit me to
rise with a loud and mucous sipinwk !
At regular intervals our stnnlv representatives of the
beauts and cliev of the nation (vide Dryden, 18S0-D0-1U,
etc.) have been crossing, the briny (copj right 1885 by King
Iiirdiier) to capture flu gonfalon (rights reserved by Damon
Itiin.von) from the.pirk of Em ope In the 01mpinn games.
On each and evcr.v occasion, as far as my poor weak
memory serves me. the sports writers of this and other
fair metropoll of our beloved Land of Liberty (limited)
have insi-tcd on dubbing said athletic tournument as an
Olympind. And In so doing one and all have contended,
blissfully if not wisely, they were courageously refraining
old friend Webster (Noah, notiDan'l)
taken from the drcck, nnd means
"a period, of four (or in the inclusive reckoning of the
(ireeks, live) years from one Olympian festlvnl to nn
other." The other festivals, if it interests ou, were the
Isthmian. N'eniean and P.vthiau the sports carnlvel
taking place during the Ol.vmpiau festlvnl.
During the war our brave sporting writers were denied
their opportunity of rechristeniiig the game ns cither
Olympind or Oljmpic. but once more the senson is on.
1 have been waiting patiently for our old friend Olympind
to appear in the oiling, and lo nnd behold! jou proceed to
root it out from its musty grave. Even .Jimmy Isamingcr
didn't. And now that our bojs nod girls are en route for
the Olympian games, let us hope it will not be an Olym
piad until they are back with the major share of tho
our for Connie Mnik and eighth place forever.
11. O. IJ.
CopurioM, 112)1. by Public LtAger Co.
Another Local Athlete
on U. S. Olympic Team
Neve York, July 2ft. One Phila
delphiau, John C. Mats, is among
the gymnastic team of four members
which will represent the I'nited
States in the Ol.vmpic games at
Antwerp, selected here last night.
Trinls were held in live events, with
live contestants for places.
The men chosen and the points
scored in til" tiials tonight were:
1'iank J. Kri., Bohemian (Sjiuiius
tic Association of N'ew York, IK)..
MK)H; Paul W. Krempel. Los An
gelas Athletic Club, .S7.4M)!); B.
Jorgensci), Norwegian T. and A. C,
Brookl.vn. Mi.0s,'!l; Jolm c. Mills,
Philadelphia Turngemeiiide, 77.
(Nil. Max C. II. Wanderer, Phila
delphia Turngemeiiide, the fifth con
testant, scorn) o'J.4103 points.
Leon Didier After Revenue in
Bike Race Against Car
man at Drome
Lena Didier, the French inO-kilome-ter
i! lmnlon. Is out for revenee to-
He js booked to ride in n
ttl0 Point Breeze elodromo against
imienie carman, the world's cham
pion ; George Colombntto, the Italian
Mi vele bos, and Oeoige Wiley, of
Thi will be Didier's second nnnear-
flrun nr tho IaphI trnrL
jii his hrst
."'lowing he was trimmed by rnrmtin nnd
Itedfll in nn international ince. On
tl.nt occasion he was troubled with
ruineturf.- unci mnlnn n,lhnu .ml H1.1
Diinnsr the lnsr vclnter ni.ller lend
JlrlUL , llSm. rni"' , i,v''ai
showed well against the
''''IT Uf H COntldetlt Of putting One
mi on the American if he gets the
n, ,,- r breaks toniirht
' ' r aK loniglil.
(Jrlnntln I'inni. the ftnllnn snt nt
'.nig. will also trv a comeback. Piani. T))p ,.,.,, Ionk th, roppniP( through
w'm has been defeated in bis last tvvo;thp hno inflPeP, it Ik stnted, of the
starts hen1, will meet Harry Kaiser, of
'e v York, in a sprint match race, best
two in three oue-mlle heats,
Several amateur races nlso are carded
AMERICAN P0L0ISTS WIN
Defeat Belgian Quartet by Score of
1 n 1
13 tO 3
Ostend. July -JO. The American nolo
teani defeated the nclgiaiis. l.'l to . in
the Oljinplc contests ro ling up a big-
team work. The wallet skill of the
Americans was much improved over
that in tho Sunday game against Spain,
despite mediocre mouuts.
The line-up of the Americans was as
follows: No. 1, Captain Arthur Hnrrie;
No. li, Cnptaln Terry Allen; No. .'),
Colonel John (' Montgomery ; Colonel
eli-on V. Mnrgett. back.
The entne hctueen the Tlritfsh nnel
SpamMi teams has been postponed until
Chicago Oarsmen on Way to Canada
ChleuKo, July 20. The Lincoln Park
noat Club mor c-Uht-oarod eihell crow and
Junior alnslct kcuIIt lfc for Catharlnn,
Ontario. Canadu tn comiwito In thn rowing
raced to bet nld under tne umpteen of tho
llnyn.1 Canadian National Henley Regatta
tomorrow and Saturday
E. G. Budd Athletic Meet
Vrxt Saturday the employes nf the B O
Dudd Manufacturing Co, will hold a bhr field
prorm has been arrsnited.
wni be awarded the wlnners.-
day nn their athletic field.
SOMEBODY IS ALWAYS TAKING THE
fTL-ii tcS CZ rTar cotbavCk f mr 6ohkv csnsMisjiT
I Vii.,0Er I YoL OCT I r MY CAMP UP WE' Hvm A 3RCA,Y
PTT HOV TH HCAT ' tM MAtMC Au6 ej I BIG ROARIMft TlRB It) J
VHetf y I Vf CJ" 'Qf?T' 'MQOIrJd THS FlREPUACO. IT ' LJ
( Put oJ a mbaviv coat ; fwife ojapm 5oj iu The ) A'd". . N
AMD A SvAJeATCfi ASJD ( AYTIf-va BUT AT NlCMT 0 0oOV ,S I
GO OUT ANJI FISH IO TrvG ) "?" "P ,KJ BLAMKGTS A, . TAKK- '
ALOM& A UTTLC HOOCM to " T.t'4 The LFC RP . .ri LL
KeEP tbo SUOOD VAJARM- J ME ANlD I'M OOlMC GK.K y 1L1FE JT
v-oh h novy- -r Jr: r X7s Y w
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15-ROUND BOUTS TO BE
HELD AT WEST MAN AYUNK
Tom Longhrcy and Pete Tyrell Promoters Frank Loughrey
and McAndrcws Matched for Distance Monday Night
T ESS thnn half tin hour's ride from
rket street, on either of the rail
road lines, in thnt hilly district of
Miiunvunk will be tho scene of a num
tier of tiftreu-round boxing matches,
during the remninder of the summer,
West Mnnnyunk. Montgomer, , ount.v .
directlv across the Schuvlkill river frmni
Mnnajunk. Is to go down in fistic his
tor) as a Held for distnncc mitt compe
tition It' was announced detiniteh tod-iv by
Pete T.vrell, vvho is to be the tifteen
round promoter, together with Tom
Loughrey, thnt definite plans had been
arranged nnd the first long bout had
been set for next Monday night. A big
circus tent is being put up. ."000 chairs
are to he placed around the 21 -foot
ring and the bouts arc to have all the
semblance of open-air competition.
Tom Loughrey has had the boing
bug buzzing In his bonnet ever since his
return here from Irehtud, where he
rested for about six years after retiring
from the ring. At one time loughrey
wns actively engaged in list flinging
he was regarded as a top-notch welter
weight, one vvho coped successfully with
the best of tho M2-pounders. But that
was some jcars ngo. Now Tom is hack
in the game, this time as n promoter.
In arranging their initial program.
Loughrey and T.vrcll figured on local
talent, with the lesult that Frank, a
brother of Tom's nnd who recently re
turned from a western invasion, was
matched with Eddie MeAiidiews, an
other Mnnnyunk boxer. One hundred
nnd fortj -seven pounds, ringside, is the
weight governing this set-to, nud for
feits of $100 have been posted by the
Three six-round bouts are to be
staged as prelims to the McAndrcws
Frank ("Poo") O'Brien lias been
signed to referee all bouts at West
West Mnnniink m be reached easily by
trolley and aut hi im ll a lv iraln llreut
interest In belni; i mfViiled b fnnri enpe
clally those In Minnunl in tho MiAndrcwM
Louihroy flfteMi r mdi r Ilrcnuae uf hl
past rfcerd whliii I inn "hut I.oiuhry liaa
cneaced In n nuuii f distance mutchi-H,
Claim Boxing Bosses "Pulled"
Teeth" From Law Govern
ing Ring Sport
Trenton, N. ).. Inlv 'JO. Governor
Edvvnrds's di iion to conduct an inves-
Ugnilon OI He Male HoxiUg I OinmiS-
' 0 nignt s nntv in tne .cwnr
I Armory has unearthed nn even more
! . -n...:... .1.. i l 1
eenuil- irurri IUII III.IUII lllf nuurci. v
i I, ,,,., I,, i. 11, .l.i H, nllnn1 fiw.l
,, f ,!,,, ,,i,.7. K. ,;i inut-
L i; ' i, ,u, . '..t ' i u 'i.. ln,
........ ...... ....- ... .3llli ,,.,..,, ......
i caused the rep. ,il nf tive of its Important
Boxing f'omimsslon follow:
Recpiiring tinkers to be phjslcnlly ex
amined 1m fnr entering the ring and
compelling the attendance of n physiMnn
at evei v i hihitinn
Making it a miselemennor to "scnlp"
ticket for mii h t-howH.
rorfeiting licenses of dubs thnt con
duct fake bouts.
Suspending boxers for participating
iu fake i otilrsts.
I'enaliin.; hovers, t-econds, etc., who
Tp,nil'J f the fact thnt the nmended
bm ,.. ,,i , .. ....,or ..nK nresiimed to
hnve fur in sole object the granting of
salaries of SLTiO a vear to tllp three
c.nmnu-'-ioiiers and the secretary, little
nr no utlentinn seems to have been paid
to its provisions.
The State Iloxins Commission Is held
to be lib. no responsible for the amend
ed bill, for it was through the Influence
of its members, it is affirmed, that the
measure was pushed through the two
halls of the Legislature. Therefore,
Chairmnn Smith. Commissioner Cann.
Commissioner Crnln nnd Secrctnry
Trubv are regarded ns responsible for
removing from thp statute books live
of the most vital safeguards to decent
boxing in New Jersey.
Although the safety of boxing de
pends, first of nil, upon tho nssurance
that the competitors nre physically fit,
tills ncccssury protection to the game
has been wiped out for no apparent rea
son other than to unvo promoters the
expense of engaging reputublc phjsl
einns tn examine the boxers.
Tho four other sections repealed at
tho alleged behest nf the IJoxlng lorn
mission remove penaltlea for fake bouts.
scalping of tickets, and acceptance Of
Trunk in helne nunird us n 10 s favorite to
win from JIcAndrcwn
frnnl Tiuthrrv nlrnilv linn wrpcired In
I fourtcrn (lfleen-rou cl mntihis l ,'". ,l
renrterecj nRiitngt hlni In ,h"', ..''""V..,!1
& V" XT"r rr,? "hni
liumplon nf Ilurope I'mnk was the first
til but on wrniri nriim
Amrrlp.ti In irn ,, ntv rnmiflM In Australia
with tho tato Id-H Ilnrrv nfiT thf latter
had knocked out Jlmmv 11 ibbj (Irnriso Chip
and i:ddlo Mrtloor'y. Louishres has boxed six
An flRht-round limit and annUiT ot six
rounds, between nppro bo.xrrs uillbo the
Icaturo ot ttio weekly show nt the i:ioventh
Street Arena tomorrow nluht Tho llnal
frarim will bo tietncen fanamii Joe (Jans
and Kid I'attlllo. and Duko Aver vs Johnny
HopUlns will lie the sfinl Olhei liou's Jack
fullen s Tommy lliilffl, Joe JtiOovorn vs.
llusliy Casral and ratsy llrad vs. Harry
Another nruro mlttman to show tomorrow
night Is Preston llrown. He will no on In
the main mix at the Cambria, with Ladle
Mullen ns the person of the second part.
Charlcv CVNell vs. Johnny Douftherty Is the
semi Young Hrne vs I'ranklo Umlth, YnunB
Kllpatrlck vs Spike .Sheridan nnd Younu
WllletU vs. Jlmm Nolan arc other matches
.Tnlmnv Mrrnrthy announces a hie advance
salo for the four eight-round matchefl billed
for the Tncon A C. Tuesdiy nlch'. as fol
lows Johnnv Krause 3. Klil West. I rltz
Oantr s Younc Ueddy Holt. ounB Joo
llrudlev vs. Jimmy Uivemler. and Tommy
JlcC'ann vs. Wllllo McCloskcy.
Wlillev llurkr. former amateur champ,
who won twent-flve bouts In n row. Is
wllllnn and anxious to atromnindato Hobbi
Wilde, who has been fllnalnB challences tn
all lin-pounders Ilurko has In en mntched
to box at the lilcvenlh Htnet Arena
Aueusi 0. ,
Klil Wolf is kecplnu; in shape so that he
rrav be on cduo or n bout with either Patsy
Wallace or Indian Ilussell Ills manager.
Jack Mcl'ermott. haa been after matches
with Wallace or Ilussell on behalf of Ills
"buzz-saw ' for somo time but has had no
Jlmmv (Ten) (.llibons and Mike Connors
are training together ut Martin Iiovle's cym
naslum Connors Is to meet rraukle 0Nell.
and Cilbbons N M take on Jack Palmer In
bouts at the Knickerbocker A C August 0
(fcrce Muck 1" amrlln,? for i bantam,
liehtWi'iL hr iMil bi.LWWehlht to fill out his
stable of In x is uho expects to jceep busy
at local li'jbn ,ih tiii us out oi lonn mis
Other Business Affairs Cause
Major to Resign From
Board and I. S. C.
Major A J Diexel Kiddle, local
amateur boxing enthusiast, has an
nounced his resignation ns chairman
of the aimj, niivv and civilian board of
boxing contiol. nnd also the presidencyJ
oi tne international Sporting ('lull, oi
New Yoik Pressure of other business
is given ns the le.ison.
Major Iliddle, vvho did so much to
promote boxing in the army and navy
during the war in a formal statement
"Owing to other persnnnl nnd busi
ness uffnirs, I felt that I should resign
from the nrinv. navy and civilian board
of boxing contiol. nnd nlso the I. S. O.
(International Spoiling Club, of New
York, of which I wus president, as I
could not give the time or attention to
the businesses of these orgnnUntions."
Asked if tills meant that ho had given
up his interest entirely in boxing, Major
Kiddlo said :
"I still u ni ns much devoted to the
sport n ever, hut find thnt other per
sonal affairs intidfeie; and now that I
am living In Philadelphia, the duties of
these boxing iole m New York would
piovc too much for me to handle."
CHAIRMAN SMITH SILENT
New Jersey Boxing Head Refuses to
Comment on Bout
Atlantic City, N. ,1., duly 29.-r-Jobn
8. Smith, chairman nf the New Iftrusy
Hoiing Commission, declined to comment
today ancnt tuc nninv stories (.corliiR
tho hoxlnK show on Monday nlnlit at
Newark and everything connected with
it. He i-iiid he wanted first to either
bee or cct Into 1 eimiuutiicatlon with Gov
"Thoie. must be Home reason for this
kind of piiblieity," Chairman Smith de
clared. "Conditions were certainly not
as had an puiutid. I am satisfied that
every man wns admitted who wanted to
be nud there wero empty seatu In the
Wheeler Wins Shoot
fn.nn ricv in .inlv "ii..u C Wheeler
, areat Lakea trapsbootlna wns hero yes-
.,..,,,.,.. w.., ..... ,.....,, .-. .,...-- -n
JOY OUT OF LIFE
GOING TO MOORINGS
Ovation Also Accorded Sham
rock IV Americans Bid for
. Sir Tom's Yachts
New York, July 29. A jirent chorus
of whistles ftoin river emit nnd factor
ies shrieked n heaity greeting to the
Kesolute, victor iu the 1!)20 Interna
tional yacht races, as the gallant cun
defender passed up the Kast river to
her moorings nt Citv Island.
This was the first public nppenrancc
here of the staunch sloop since It de
Tented Sir Thomas I.iptonN Shamrock
IV Monday, successfully defending the
Americn's Cup from the Kritish chal
lenger. After n short stny nt Citv Tslnnd.
olllciuls of the New Yoik Yacht Club
sold the defender will be tnken to
Ilristoi, It. I., and be dismantled.
Shamiock IV. the defeated cup chal
lenger, left Sandy Hook for nu nnchor
age in tiie Hudson river. The crew
of Slinmrock accompanied the vneht in
the houseboat Killarncy, which lins been
their home dining the legnttn.
I he challenger still was flying her
little green ling, and passing steamers
gave her almost n continuou" ovation
of whistle salutes as she passed up the
Sir Thomas T.ipton. owner of Sham
rock, said that he had not inudc nn his
mind what he would do with the racer
nnd the trial boat, the 211-meter Sham
rock It is uiideistood that he has ic
ceivcd offers for both jnchts fiom
The cicvv of the challenger wil be
sent home on the flist available ship,
Sir Ihomns said, adding, "these boys
have wives nnd little ones whom they
nre anxious to see."
Congratulate Sir Thomas I.lpfon
, New Orleans, Juh '-'S.Coiigratula-tions
oil the showing of the Shamrock
1 have been -sent to Sir Thomas Up
ton by members of the Southern Ynclit
Uub and persons who remembered the
days in the late sixties when the bar
onet, then u hid. ehove n iniilc-inr over
the streets of New Oilenns nnd dis
pensed hot coffee nt the PovdrnS mar-
ket lestatirant. Sir Thomas recently
sent the Southern Yin lit Club, of which
lie Is an honoraiv member, a loving cup,
which will be competed for by Southern
yachtsmen in u series of sloop races next
London Comments on Race
London. Julv Ui). Interest in the
rare between lie solute nnd Slinmrock
I for the Americn's Cup decreased
greatly during the lust few clays, but
the Lnglish press yostcielnv, while giv
ing ii fnir amount of space to the news
of the last lace, makes the loss of the
cup the subject of souU editoiial com
ment. As fur as the Kritish public is
concerned, it mi. assumed (.arly in
the senes that Sn Thomas I.ipton
stood little chain., to win with his
The Westminster Cnette nnd the
Pall Mall diuette make biief editorial'
comment on the ran- under their
"Notes of the Day." itmh these news- .
papers SUV that Sir Tliomnu l.lntnnl
bus the consolation of bavins won two
The Pall Mnll Cnetle refers to the1
"conditions of challenge," and the i
Westminster (inzette asseits thnt there!
Is doubt vvLuhcr the cup ever will be1
orougut wick --turner the highly arti
ficial conditions which privnll for the
..MM.- I. .....I! t, .,
j ue iiiiuiiiciip. tuts newspaper i
continues, "is too heavy acnlnst u
vessel thnt must go to America under
its own snil mid the neet jnchts
designed as sailing nine limes for the
light breezes that usually uievnll when
the races arc sailed, liven so, we shall
not give up trjing."
Morrlsvllle, 3; Lincoln Giants, 1
MarriM Ilk. I'd.. lulv I'll - .Morrlsvllle bent I
Lincoln (Hunt" jeitrreluj 3 to 1 both pllci
era prinuiB pxruurni imii wniio Hmrn Held
InB of l.ulcnH featured (
utxoisr DisTsmoTois or
1018CHESTNUT 113 a, THIRTEENTH
"Wells Hats Wear Well"
$4 Straws Now $3
$6.50 Straws Now $5
I'anainas (Jrently Itrelurrel
U01 Murket St. , 1315 Market St,
HOLD ON JAPANESE
Country Js Developing Davis Cup Team That Will Bq 1
Hard to Beat Douglas Edgar bpdctacular Golfer.
Beat Best Ball of Vardon and Ray
ny GRANTLANI) KICK
On (ho Other Hand
Iloicc'er it he it seems to me
If I were pitchinp to Ilabc Ruth
I'd figure twice,
Or maybe thrice, ,
rorc cut the plate, forsooth.'
While I might pan the other man
Vor passing him when things are tense,
A bate on balls
SHaim In thn malls
And does not clear the outer fence.
THE greatest excitement on a gott
course usually comes when n raddle
starts walking just as n nervous golfer
start to putting. A day or two ngo,
.. .!. titt. linnrwitiwl lift llPfirfl tllH fJllf.
raged golfer exclaim: "Say, boy. don't
jou know better not to putt wniio im
VEX at that, Vnrdon nnd Rny will
Imvo in rnvel nt n tldv nnce over
here to squnre the wreckage Tilden nud
Johnston left in England.
iyriKR O'DOWD," writes n fight
JLVJ- fnn, "put Young Fisher nwny In
short order twice. Wilson took his title
away from O'Dowd nnd then Fisher
trimmed Wilson. How do you figure
it?" Offhand we would say that Mike
O'Dowd deserves another chance.
Slslcr vs. Clinso
UYKTUO, in your opinion," writes
VV M, T. Y., "was the more valu
able first bascmnn Hnl Chose, in his
prime, or (Jeorgc SislerV"
Chnse was n brilliant fielder, but
Sisler could outhlt him by fifty points,
nnd Sisler is nlvvnys good for ICO games
a year, while Chase wns dependable
about three days n week on a general
Sisler, with his speed and offensive
strength, is tho most valuable first base
man of nt least two decades.
The Nlpponlc Shadow
i(QU) l-WK," remarked one of the
O ranking tennis players of America,
"these Davis Cup contests hnvojieen in
the main n bnttle between the United
States and (treat Kritaln, the latter
lepicsentccl by Knglnnd nnd Australia.
Kut I can see now the outline of n new
opponent who will soon be it formidable
factor. I refer to Japan. The Nip
ponic shadow is growing heavier year
bj jenr. Japan today has two known
stars Kumngae, now in this country,
and Shlmid.ii, who renched the linal
round in the Kritish championship.
Tilden stopped both men Ktimagno last
year at Porest Hills. Kut both gave
him it keen bnttle, and Tilden stands nt
the top of the pcrcii.
"Kumngae nnd Shimidzu arc not the
only great tennis players Japan has
turned out. The gnmo has caught on
with n mighty grip in tho Land of tho
Cherry Klossom nnd other stnrs nre
coming on. Within the next year or so
Japan will have n Duvls Cup team thnt
onlv spectacular tennis will beat. And
within a few years it would not surprise
tne in the slightest to sec tho big tennis
tiophy take the Oriental trail."
Tho Spectacular Edgar
DOUCLAS DDCiAU. the Atlanta
golfing pro, mny not have the home
fame that belongs tn Jim Karnes nnd
Walter Ilagen. but ns a spectacular
entrv be hns no superiors.
Ho first astonished the golf icnlin by
Twilight Game (Tonight), July 29, 6 P. M.
Logan vs. Marshall E. Smith & Bro.
Saturday, July 31, 3:30 P. M.
Cheltenham vs. Marshall E. Smith & Bro.
Bathing Suit Bargains
Life guard suit (guaranteed dye) 9.50 reduced to
Life guard pants (guaranteed dyo) 5.00 reduced to
Ladies' California Suits 8.50 reduced to
Men's two-piece worsted suits 8.00 reduced to
Children's one-piece worsted suits 5.00 reduced to
The M. E. S. model perfect-fitting
' one-piece swimming suits for women :
Pure worsted swimming suits 6.00 reduced to
Wool jersey swimming suits 4.00 reduced to
Cotton jersey swimming suits 3.00 reduced to
Pure gum bathing caps, men's
Just around the corner
from the old 8th St. Store
MSlrZJ -- "r J irjV?; $kt&jjtfr$ '
uAJti"M't.A. at u cCtk Km i. B'Imi rrm''i?i tt'lt
Br " ti--'. "'v '" t,', . ,uv i "TirrTl'
H r"1 C- sr-- V .-ijff ?' ui i i' r?',iii "-??-, iCS--t
I ... on the cresfr nf trprv wave" I
9 m " T y8. ac, ino V "f quality you'll find tho Underdown
uuu. i nu ruueniarK is an absohitn oninrnntoo nf nt sfaction
H ' ' ' unu Biuisiaction is VALUE.
I I PJZAT BATHING I
f PANTS... $300 SHIRTS... $2.50 I
i 1 1 A.B Established 1838 I
II JS IINDERDOWNK 1 I
ft Mreet Smt SON J ' SUeet I
-i wz-zw Market St. .a I
beating such stars as Vnrdon. Ho .,
nix or seven strokes In tho FrcnchV.,C"
plonship somo year ago. cnca?nain.
ComlnR to tho United Stat., t
started no hullabaloo until he e.l'
t' Canadian open, whero Le notL 9
beat Jim Barnes nnd Hobhv t0.: ?'
78 for 72 holes, a mere matter of . 1
uuHiirauni' icn ociow even iourM.7
loudly enough for themselves. mi
Ao further particulars from Jlr pj
r until Jim.Unrnes nrrived l.i.T1
gnr until Jim Karnes nrrived hui
his match against Vardon and iff"
Greenwich. Edgar, paired with foe
rlgau, substituted for Karnes. jifhSu
l'.dgnr nlono bent tho best ball of v.,
don nnd Hny by n mnrgln of 2 and 1 '
If ho happens to bo In the snine n'n
canny mood at Inverness in the nut
two weeks wo mako a new open cham.
milK Clcvclnpd club will reach August
"kin "IV1 n ,!c"ra b?VIn(5 ama aboT,
.vllO, thereby outclassing 'the .!
dreaded attack. 6f tho Mackmen In the
clays of Collins. Mclnnls, Kaker, etc
This mark stands ns tho top for at least
twenty-five yenrs. Atmospheric concll.
tions arc too steamy to excavate an?
deeper into the prehistoric dope.
ON THi: day wherein the Shamrock
nnd the Resolute failed to race in
n twenty-flve-mlle breeze, a doubtful
handful of enthusiasm over the battle
departed from the most of the lnndlub.
hers Interested, who, right or wronr
have their own viewpoint. And jou
can't arrest a rami for thinking.
CLEVELAND, Chicago and Cincin
nati vs. Brooklyn and New Vm-i
Unfnnglc the sltuntlon and make jour
(Copyright, 1020. All rights reserved.)
DOBSON TO HOLD
Athletic Events and Baseball
Games to Be Big Features
of the Day
On Saturday the J. & J. Dobson Co.
employes will hold their annual outing
and nthletic carnival nt Wildwood, N.
J. Fully 1000 employes nnd tlilr
families will journey down to the re
sort to take part in the big sports carni
val arranged by Mr. Crowder.
One of the big features of the day
will be tho baseball game between the
J. fc J. Dobson tenm and the WllehrnnH
A. A. During the game the famoui'l
uohson girls' bnseliall team, which har
had a most successful senson on the
clinmoml will officiate ns ushers, wear
ing their busebnll uniforms.
Tills year's nffnir promises to be the
largest in the history of tho organiza
tion and grcnt pains have been taken
by Mr. Ciowder to mnke it a big suc
cess. There will be games nnd events for
nil those who attend. A special train
will leaved over the Heading Itulhuj
route ut 7 a. m., on Saturday morning.
or women's 50c, 75c & 1.00
Smith & Bro.