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SJ5CTION TWO , . WASHINGTON. D. C.. SUNDAY. JULY 10, 1921. SECTION WO.
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Huge Entry Li
Thirty-six Best Scores and
Ties Each Day Will
Qualify for Champion'
ship Rounds?236 Golfera
By R. G. SHAND.
Announcement was made yesterday.
by Thomas J. McMahon. assistant
secretary of the United
States Golf Association, that the
field of !?6 entrants for the open
golf championship tournament at
Columbia will be split for the qualifying
round. One half of the field
will play on Tuesday, July 19. and
the other half on Wednesday. July
!?. eighteen holes each day. starting
at 9 o'clock. The thirty-six
beat .scores and ties on each day
will qualify for the championship
rounds. The Qualifying scores are
not to count in the ch^P>on!,hlp
P Thrf" elghteen-hole qualifying
round will not furnish such a
thorough teat as the thirty-six holes
t played last year at Toledo, but anj
other arrangement is well-nigh impossible
in view of the site of the
entry liat. At Toledo last year.
with an entry list of 2?5, many star
players with a splendid chance of
qualifying were forced to finish
their second round in the dark and
in some cases gave up in disgust
and did not turn in their cards. 1*
to avoid a repetition of this that
executive committee of the I- S.
O. A. decided to split the field.
The liat of starters in the tournev
ts -now complete and the executive
committee is working on the pairings
for the qualifying rounds In
order that the field may be divided
as equally as possible, the P1**"
who made the best score in the
championship last year will play on
JolT 1?. the player who made th.seoond
best score on Jnly 20. arJ
so OH down through la it year s
field. As Ted Ray. last year < winner.
Is not an entrant. Joel. Hutchison.
Leo Diegel and Jack Burke,
who tied for second placa 'ast year,
win draw for the honor of playing
on the opening day.
Jack Burke is a last minute entrant
made known last night. With
Burks in the race for the title.
every professional of national reputation
is now entered. The amateur
list contains the names of all the
,tan with the exception of Francis
Ouimet and Freddy Wright.
The original plan of the
lnr board of the Columbia Club
wfs to close the course to all but
competitors after next Wednesday,
but the work of putting the course
In shape has proven greater than
expected, and a decision was reached
last night to close the course to""rreddy
Mcl-eod. the Columbia
professional, arrived in New York
yesterday morning, ono day late in
his schedule. Freddy may return to
Washington today, but the Pro?
ability is that he will stay over to
enter the Shawnee-on-Delaware |
tournament on July 14 and M. ,
Following is the entry list 1Tor the
open tournament received last
ciVil Hughes. Lancaster Country
Club. Pennsylvania; WIUi?m J**?'
rarlene Oak Ridge Golf Club. Tuckahoe.
N. Y . Arthur E. Reld. Ardsley
Club. Ardsley-on-Hudson. N. V.
James C. Ferguson. Spring Lake
Golf and Country Club New Jeraey.
Jack Jolly, unattached. Newark, ?.
' J.; Tom Boyd. Fox Hills Golf cl"]>
Staple ton. S. I.; Frank
Garden City Golf Club Long Island.
Nelson Whitney. Reuben O.
jr. Audubon Golf Club. New Orleans.
La.; Robert A. Crickshank^
Ksscx County Coi^-ry Club. West
Oraage. N. J.. Gil Nichols, unat- I
tached. Providence. R. 1.; ,Charles H.
Rowe. Bmll Loeffler. Oakmont Countrv
Club. Pennsylvania; I atricn
Doyle Deal Golf Club. New Jersey;
Jack Forrester. Meadow Brook
Hunt Club. Wertbury. L. I.; Chris
Shea. Trenton Country Club. New
Jersey; R. W. Treacy. Danville
Coantry Club. Illinois; Joseph Kirkwood.
J Victor East, Melbourne.
Australia; Gunner Nelson, Lafayette
Country Club. Indiana; Charles PBetschler.
Maryland Country Club.
Arlington. Md.; John Golden, Tuxedo
Golf Club. New York; Capt.
Charles Clarke. Engineers' Country
Club. Roslyn. L. I.; John Bredemus,
San Felipe Country Club. Del Rio.
Tex.; Eugene K. McCarthy. Florida
Country Club, Ortega. Fla.; Tom
Skipper, Rolling Road Golf Club. Catonsvllle,
Md.; Wilfred Thomson.
Country Club of Virginia. Richmond.
Va.; Eddie Loos. Ravisloe Country
Club. -Homewood, 111.
W. X- Hoare. Tedesco Country
Club, Beach Bluff. Mass.; Charles W
Hall. Country Club. Birmingham.
Ata.;.'W. C. Sherwood. D. D. HacKney.
Mound Builders' Country Club,
Newkrk. Ohio. Alex Cunningham
Toledo Country Club, Ohio; W. ti
Cox. Marine and Field Club. Brooklyn.
JI. Y.; Joseph Seka. jr.. Cedarbrook
Country Club, Philadelphia, <
Pa.; p. K White. Syylvania Golf <
Club, Ohio; M. J. Brady. Oakland ,
Hin **; Country Club. Birmingham, t
Mieh.; R. T. Jones, jr.. Atlanta Atii- 1
letie Club. Georgia; James Donna- i
-hie.' ' Hageratown Country Club, i
Maryland; Irving Stringer, Ocean t
^COIIHHT Club. Far Rockaway, N. Y.; 1
Dan Goss. North Adams Coun- I
try dub. Massachusetts; George r
T. Sayers. Marlon Golf Club. Ard- J
more. Pa.; 8. M. Newton. Country 1
dab of Virginia, Richmond. Va-; *
Robert C, McKlmmle. unattached. 1
Washington, D. C.; Dave Thomson. ?
Washington Golf and Countrv Clhb v
, Rosstyn. Va.; Harry Hampton, t
Broejtlands Golf and Country C ub. ti
Rochester. Mich.; Alex Smith. Shenecossetl
Country Club, Groton. Conn.; v
Louis Telller, Brae-Burn Country >
Club. West Newton, Mass.; Matt t
J?n?, ; Bvanston Country C'ub s
Illinois; James West. Rockaway *
Hoot Club. Cedarhurst. N. Y.; James h
sptneer. Washington Municipal v
vti*rSD OS pac? two, *
ist Will Be
r Qualifying |
Mrs. Shelton Wins
Mrs. A. B. SkfllM woa
woiarn'* puUloc tnnrMWll ?
Columbia Caulr; Oil ynl?H?T.
by drfratinK Mr*. J. C. Mel.aagblla
la lb. lul ro??4. TbU
la the HMii af tke wtfkly ?"
teata far tke Colombia bowl
ablrk bare bw> woa bjr Mra.
Sbrltoa. She arc*. Wat oae am
far prnuaml jM?aaea*laa af tke
bowl. Mra. E. M. Pltcbrr woa Ike
roaaolatloa rrril yealertlar. <?
f rattan Mra. Fred Sbcpard la tko
Crack at Champ
Hint* that He "Laid
Down" in Battle with
KANSAS CITY. July Jack
Johnson, former heavyweight champion.
on his first day of freedom
from the Leavenworth Federal
prison, today dared Jack I>empsey
to Bet in the ring with him.
"I'm willing to meet anybody."
Johnson declared, "but I especially
want a crack at Dempsey."
"Well, l?o. didn't you ever Bee
any of them pictures of that fight?"
Johnson replied when a newspaper
man asked about the Havana affair
with Jess Willard.
"Didn't you see me layin' there
trying to keep the sun out of my
eyes with my arm?"
Johnson expressed various opinions
of various fighters, but the
thinly veiled assertions about the
genuineness of his knockout by
Willard and a slap at Jack Kearns
that "people who live in glass
houses shouldn't throw stones."
seemed to get the biggest load off
Johnson maintained he was innocent
of the Mann act charge on
which he was sent to prtson. but
-I'm leaving the prison with the
same smile I had when I entered.
I never drank. I don't gamble, but
attend to my own business."
Johnson declared he wa* proud of
his age of 43. He returned to
l^eavenworth tonight. where he
was guest of a speaker on "Currfnt
Topics of the Day and Religion."
at a negro church.
Johnson said he would return to
his home in Chicago in the next
Johnson's white wife met him at
the prison door today.
Rex Faces Stiff
Meet Philly Independent
Champs at the Union
Rex Athletic Club will meet the
crack Marshall E. Smith and Pros,
team, of Philadelphia, at Union
League Park today in what s expected
to be the banner attraction
of the season in semipro circles.
The game will be called at 3
The Quaker City aggregation
boasts of the best nine In or i
around Philadelphia. Smith Broa
won the independent championship
of Philadelphia last season and
have met an ddefeated the leading |
semipro clubs ofthe East so far
The roster of the team includes
high class talent. Keenan and
Hamatty. ofthe Blue Ridge League;
Goldblatt, ofthe University of Pennsylvania;
Gallagherfl Heidrick and
Mager. ofthe Internationl Legue;
Kite nd Doherty, of the South Atlantic
League and McClay and
Hornbecker of the strong Montgomery
County, Pa.. League all on
the team. In addition McKenty,
formerly pitcher for the Philadelphia
Nationals, will be seen in
Unquestionably the Marshall E.
Smith nine isthe strongest semipro
outfit that has ever visited Washington.
Consequently Rex- will
have is hands full to aecura the
Boone Best Hitter
In Southern League
T. M. Boone, of New Orleans. InTeased
his lead among the batters ,
>f the Southern Association, according
to averages released yesprday
and which include games of
ast Tuesday. He is .hitting -3$2.
vhile Traynor. of Birmingham, runler-up
a week ago. struck a slump
ind dropped to sixth place. Doc
?rown. of Little Rock, moved up
nto the second position with an 4
.verage of .S?5. and McMillan, of '
ifemphls. who has been gaining the
ast few weeks, went Into third portion
with Polly McLarry Is
radlng in total bases, his 10? hits
riving him a total of 17S bases,
rhlch include twenty-three doubles.
thirteen triples and eight
High, of Memphis, who recently
ras purchased by the Brooklyn '
iatlonals. Is leading the league in d
otal runs scored. He counted
eventy-slx times. Tutweiler. of '
foblle. broke the tie for home run 8
onors which he shared a week ago ?
rlth Bamsen, of Birmingham, by
racking out a round-trip blow
rhich brought his total to taa. a
WILL BE SPLIT-BROWNS SWAMP GRIF
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For several years the Virginia shore of the Potomac has been dotted with camps but this year the camps are more numerous and popular
than ever. Starting ^t a point opposite the "Three Sisters' island, the camps are strung along the shores up to the stone quarries, a
distance of about a mite and. a half.
Top picture shows a group at Rcstmorc Camp. Left to right: Frank Biandi, Fred Eden, Mrs. Ira Harmon, Tony Lipski, Mrs. J. A.
Simpson, Tavenner Moor?, James A. Simpson, Mrs. Mary Nevins, Edna Harmon, Alice Harmon, Gladys Ludlow, A. W. Simpson, Luke F.
Ludlow, Ducky Harmon, Agnes Huffer, Irene Homen, Bernice Harmon, Mrs. Luke F. Ludlow, Mablc Harmon, Anita Berghold, Roy Harmon,
Mrs. Fred Eaton.
Middle picture shows some of those who flock to Camp Aurora. Left to right: Anita BergholJ, Mrs. Fred Eden, Luke F. Ludlow,
Ducky Harmon, Gladys Ludlow, Frank Biandi, Mabel Harmon, Alicc Harmon, Mrs. J. Simpson, Angus Hoffer, Mrs. Mary Nevins, Roy
Harmon, Mrs. Luke F.* L?dlow, Carl Harmon, Anthony Lipski, Pernio Harmon, A. W. Simpson, Edna Harmon, J. A. Simpson, Tavenner
Moore, Fred Eden." * '
Bottom picture shows the habitues of Rock Haveh.. Left to right, front row: . Karl Stehr, Helen Longstretch, Lewis Stehr, Miss
Roby Wheeler, Beuford Alter bury, Harric Taggert, 'Norris Allen, Max Rosedale.
Second.row: Sherry Sherwood, Beulah Evans* Cymboline Dirtier, Mary Blanch?, .Frank Taylor, Dorothy Stehr, Vera Sprankle, Mrs.
Taylor, Blanche Bray, Martin Marx. ,
Back row: Lawrence Fccney, Gtorg<? Beckert, Glen Kennedy, Ben McNeilly, Norman Kneilly, B. F. Taylor, Harry Bcitel.
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.... . _ '. some of the .games had not been former teammates of the accused *"* I _ \/_
White Sox Stars *hr?wn puy? ?na by the cmci.ratt play- uumoarton ivei
. ,_.. '*' - > " .. - Kit only will the seven former, en and the four umpires that there Q? ___ 11/*_ _ __ _
A YO \trnn/)0n/Y0/V ?t%rs. Who are on trial before was no "crooked" playing In the tDlOTS W IfinCTS
n/CJUI/puCKUCU the world aarles scandal of that world series.
ye'aer be present but in addition The idea of subpoenaing the men l)?nt fnhlmhin Rnrnuet
Counsel for Accused Plan- "r*ct,cal,y ew' other ^"^'r of at this time was_to get service on l/OMWIOH
" - that pennant-winding organisation them while thef were in the Jurla- eT8 Itl LOCdl AgSOCUlera
Will Call Them who le,now with the club will be diction of the criminal court. When ,. wy
. __7.On hand In answer to subpoenas, the case acmes up Monday Judge tlOfl KQCC.
WiintSMet. Their number will Include Gleasdn Friend will probably exact promises ?
' hlmaplf,. Eddie Collins, star second from the players now on the Sox By decisively defeating the CoCHICAOO.'
July 9.?Baseball fana bas*man, Urban Paber and Richard team to appear when they are j lumbia Country Clob tennis team!
n Judm Hum M 'vrUa<c? '"*>? i>leky" K?riJ. pitchers, and wanted, and then excuse them, yesterday op the Columbia courts
Judge Hugo M. Friend. oourt ^ ^ ^ Should ^ . the Dumbarton Club won nr., honrill
be given an opportunity Mon- ??,.h . ," " - / or? in the Washington Tennis As?V
*t ?.i?? .... KI-. . Uttehw. . to give his promise the Judge has aoclatie league race. Ye*erday?s
ay or seeing assembled, perhapa Th? players were subpoenaed to- the power to order tlrem not to winners will meet Baltimore In the
or the last time, the famous White ?f3' Attqrney Henry A. Berger. leave the Jurisdiction of the coiirt Intercity matches tn be played
' '-; of counsel far the accused players and the ycould not p!ay with the hortly. It has also been arranged
ox organization of 111*, with which ?nd several Ramblers on trial with team In any city but Chicago. to play a series between the winKid"
Qleaaon wop the American them and after the Jury, which is Tho payers were subpoenaed on ners of the Suburban and Depart eague
pennant and mirht. It ie 22JT w*^B*t .'8 chosen, they the ball field Friday during the t>e- mental leagrues. the winners of the
aid. W. ??. ? " ? - .. Hi' jgr?.r*t.y.J^In"'.?'*" ^,t.?wr: troU c?nt"t "d to^y before the series to jneet Dumbarton for the ,
boou 10 "how bi t**? came with the Tankees. city championship
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TAKES BIG SPURT
IN MONTH OF JUNE
Total of $179,307,359 in
New Bond Issues
According to figure# from reports
to the Asphalt Association. New York
City, for the month of June. 1921.
compared to figures for May. provision
for future highway work in
the United States and Canada took
a big spurt during that month
During June a total of $179,307.SS9.SC
in new bond Issues for roads
and streets were reported from S10
States, counties, townships, road districts
and municipalities, compared i
to S1C4.S71.S5S from 259 similar c?visions
of government having chargr* I
of highway work. This Is an Increase
of $14.93C,00C.SC for June over |
May. and makes a total of $343.C7S.712.St
in new bond issues over
and above the $1,000,000,000 previ- I
ously available, or a grand total
of I1.S4S.C7S.712.SC now available for
highway work in the United States
The reports show that greatest I
Interest in highway Improvements |
exists in Alabama, California. Con- i
nectlcut, Florida, Idaho. Illinois, j
Kentucky. Massachusetts. Michigan.
Minnesota. Mississippi. Missouri. New I
Jersey. New York. North Carolina.
Ohio. Pennsylvania. South Carolina.
Tennessee. Texas. Virginia. Wisconsin
and Wyoming. The Southern |
States, especially, have been coming ,
to the front. Pennsylvania, how- i
ever, now leads the country in funds I
provided. Alaska. Arkansas, the Dts- j
trlct of Columbia. Maine, Nevada.
New Hampshire, North Dakota, i
Rhode Island and Vermont, the figures
show, sre providing, on the
other hand, very little in new bond
Issues ana apparently are taking i
little interest in highway construction.
Ohio I<esia la Wamber.
Ohio leads the States in the number
of new bond issues, having reported
sirty-three in June and fortynine
in May. a total of 112. New .
rork follows with a total of flftywo,
and Pennsylvania was third
? ith forty-four North Carolina reported
thirty.six and Texas thirtyfive.
Virginia led In the amount
of bond Issues for June, reporting
a total of $51,419,000 last month,
as against $810,000 for May. Pennsylvania
was second for June with
a total of $26,078,000. and New Tork
wai third with S2S.CS4.8S0 Trxas
reported June bond issues of SIS,- t
2SC.000 as against $3.C81.000 in May. i
The total amount of new highway
bond issues made available in '
each State last month was as fol- l
lows: Allabama. S2.C82.000; Arizona f
$75,000: California. $4,878,000; Canada.
SS.S29.01C: Connecticut. SS09 000;
Delaware. $15*00: Florida. $3,855 000:
Georrla $835,000: Idaho. $2,190 <
000: Illinois. $8,839.00*; Indiana
$300,598; Kansas 81S4.000; Kentucky.
$$20,000. Louisiana. $202,000; Maryland.
$201,000; Massachusetts. $4C9.- 1
000; Michigan. $4 000.000; Minnesota.
S5.0T2.900; Mississippi. 81*892 000: '
Missouri. $425 000: Montana. $395.-1'
000; Nebraska. $181,300; New Jeraev M
$7,007,500; New Mexico. $875, 000; '
New York. $23,834 880; North Carolina,
fl.9CC.000; Ohio. $7.907 947 88
Oklahoma. $150,000; Oregon. $7,483.- 1
240: Pennsylvsnis. $26 078.500; South 1
Carolina. $1,440,000; South Dakota. '
Singles?J. T. Graves. Jr. <D) de- ?
Tested Edward Leech (C), C?S. \
?2; Thomas Manftan <D) defeated
C.. A. Slater (C>. C?2. 8?4; A. E. *
Foots (D) defeated I<. P. McLuch- *
len <C). C?0. C?2; Graham Edgar J
<D> defeated T. B. Robjason (C). 4
8?2, C?0: J. H. Willis (D) defeated
A. B. Heaton (C). C?2. C?1;
J. D.. Elliott <D) defeated A. Y.
Leech. Jr. (Q). ??C C?2
Doubles?*Dayle and Davis 4C) de- *
Tested Edgar aod Johnson (D). 1
$?4. C?4: Fenton and Kills (D)
Aefested McLschlen and Robinson 1i
'CI. C?4, a. >?
, 12 TO 3
>y Blows In ?:
ore Five Runs
Urban Shocker in Fine
Form ? Smith Gets a
Homer and Ghartity
"Falls" for Hidden ifltl
SF'OR TKM A_V F PAKK* CT UOA
J4o . July ? ?With Urban Blocker
pitching again t them * *
tional* dlecovered the Coll? rf trjtcg
to paas the rowoa after i Hh?
I hen a margin of five run* la th?
second Inning and today game wa?
lost U> the third plaeera. I! u I.
They had enough ammunition to
overcome that handicap had tbey
bunched their aafe btts a the
Browns did. but Shocker waa. *uprenif
In the pinches barring a few
Then the difference between
Shocker and Harry ourtney mam
the control. It wuirt enough to
have the Brown* open the aecoatl
with four straight hit . but Jltt
elongated aouthpaw museed up
tb intra further by pushing a run
over the plate with a long w*d
streak and Jim Shaw com I a*' -*n
from the warm-op station waa
rfraid of Kenney Williams as an
over-the-fence swatter and la oed
another pa** which forced In the
second run of the inning.
Barring the aecond tbe Nationals
were all to the mustard but all
Innings count and the big splash for
the home side wu tbe eeond Tt
started with * double to tight by
William* and .Tacobaor hit one clear
out of the lot over the left field
fence A fresh rally wa* starteed
when Severeid singled to left an.1
Mclfanu* bunted safely.
Slick Si*? P?Oa
Some allck tuff wa* tiled by
Qharritv when h* whipped down to
Judge to grt McManus ofT first. but
the runner was hep to the plot an4
Mid back to the base While this
va* going on Se vert id tripped over
to third Then McManu* stole ?econd.
Austin lined far enough to
Miller to allow Severeid to park
home with the third run. Shocker
walked and it looked as If tb*
'nnlng would clo e when ourtn^v
toreezed Tobin A long procession
followed Ellerbe walked, filling
;he bases Sisler drew another
ticket and MrManu* scored Shaw
then relieved fourtney snd walked
Williams, putting Sh-cker over.
Rice cut down three more runs by
going to the fence for Jacot?->n *
There were moments In the rarly
part of the matinee when the National*
threatened SPockWs' spitter.
Judge started the game with a single.
The neat two went dow*.
Smith singled but a slow ball fooled
Miller for a pop to Austin. Siiaw
started the third with a aingl' and
Tobin made a leaping ??tch of
Judge's liner Harri# singled to
center but there it stopped as Ilk1
filed to William and Smith f*nned
The first real spurt wa* the
fourth. Miller bunted safely.
Shanks popped to Ellerbe. GHarrlt
ywae thrown out by Ellerbe. A
single bj- O'Rourk* and a double
by Shaw scored two.
E. Haltli Get* DMset.
Earl Smith was up In the fifth
with no one on and two down and
hit over the right field fence. That
wa the last disturbance for tb*
Nationals while the Brown* continued
to smash 'em high and far.
getting one in the fourth on a
triple bv Tobin an?l single by Sisler
Shaw'fcllowed with three cipher,
when thf Browns broke loose agaih
In the eighth and finished Jim's
dav of labor. Severeid. McManua
snd Tobin singled and Ellerbe doubled
for three run . Sisler greeted
Schacht with a single, scoring Plerbe
Williams tripled snd Jacobson
doubled. That was more tb'"
Manager McBride may chsncr the
southpaw string for tomorrow's
ttame bv using Erickaon. either the
Swede or Xogrldtfe against Vagilder.
Just the luck for the Nationals to
have Shower reoln the club to be
rein tated and upset another gama
for the third placers.
Part of the second for the Browns
was due to a walking proc<?alon
with three runs In and twa .out
rourtney walked Ellerbe and Sialev
pnd disappeared. Shaw, opening on
William*, also pas ed the baiter.
The three straight free ticket*
forced two runs over tbe plate.
Earl Smith was the home- Tun
bitter for the Nationals. drTWng
nne over the right field fence ,fyrl
lid that frequently during bis career
with the Browna.
The first batter hit Shocker safe|v
in five of the first even Innings
but only one completed tba
circuit. Singles by Judge In tba
Hr*t. Shaw In the third. Shank* In
the sixth and Shsw In the seventh
were In the useless clan
It Is a Imple ting to win wit*
hitting. The Browns had I* -Wts
Tor 2ft banes yesterday and 17 for
The hidden ball trick, worked bv
Ilmmv Austin, closed the gamr
^barrltv ysa on second when Judge
topped to Sisler for the secor,d out.
The ball paa ed over to Austin sod
"Sharrlty missed the plav entirely
>mlng from the rear Pepper Jim
tagged Gharrltv and everything was
>ver tor tbe day.
Tanks Trim Forfeit.
The Tankee nine Joomev-d to Altvspdrl*
yesterds** to m?"?t the
r-lple A fam a* Manager McOoni'd
wa* 'inab1* to out any of hl?
--n ?? th? field The Tank* will
rlslt Del Ray. Va today to meet
k. nine of t&at place as* I >*!**