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Hits But Bre
Miller Misses Low Line
Winning Run to
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CHIC*eO. July IS.?When Eddie
Mulligafl%llner squirted off the tip*
gf Bin* Miller's r.ngers In the last
kail of the eleventh inning it meant
an teven break for the White Sox in
thai series with Washington, and
als? the flrat extra Inning triumph
for wee Richard Kerr since he oame
inta the majors. The scora waa
' Trtiat timely blow- by Mulligan
waa a two-bagger, and came with
Jomuor on first base, which he had
acqplred by a very close shave on
a perfect bunt. It terminated a
eouib&t in which the White Sox
could get only live hits off Erickson.
af the Senators, while the visitor*
were garnering eleven swats off
Sax rail Triple Play.
T*e White Sox had to bear down
karB In a tight hole to help Klchard
to finish victor. That was in the
seventh when they staged a typle
play, which local sharks say is the
first one ever executed at norma key
Park. Sheely was the prime n?ver
In the triangular killing, which
yanked Kerr out of the tight spot
ant} saved the game.
A scratch double by Shanks, a
scratch inflel'd single by Gharrlty
and a real single by O'Rourke
scored one run in that seventh, and
made It look as If Mrs. Fate was
going to smile on the visitors, as
there was nobody out and runners
on second and first wKh the score
kn?tted Erickson tried to bunt,
but. fooxled twice, then hit a low.
rakish liner toward right. Sheely
waa in its path, and by stretching
managed to catch the ball Just off
the dirt, retiring the batter. He
then side-stepped to first, putting
out O'Rourke. and fired the pill to
Johnson, who spiked the keystone
aack long before Gharrity knew
what had happened.
That and a magnificent play ov
Schalk at the plate in the first half
of the eleventh inning were the
well features of the ball game.
Mulligan's two bagger would not
have terminated the game if Mostil
anl SchalU had not eradicated what
looked like a sure tally for Washington
Miller, first up li\ the
eleventh, was punctured In the
slats. Shanks sacrificed and Gharrity
waa passed intentionally" in the
pinch. O'Rourke popped out but
Erickson came within a fraction of
an inch of winning his own game
with a single over second. Mosti
raced In. made a perfect pick up.
tut his throw was wide of the
plate. Schalk went off and got it
then tagged Miller a yard from the
OHeorke Beets Oreender.
mere waa an awful yelp from the
visitors, half a doxen of .whom
rushed at Hildebrand and pushed
him all around the plate, but the
umpire was In position to Judge
ttiA p*;jr accurately and stuck to
hla decision. Almost any other arbiter
in'the league would have or- I
dered hjWf the visitors off the lot
for their actions.
The Oleasoss were given their
first tally by O'Rourke. who booted
Johnson's bounder. Mulligan
walked and Collins singled, sending
Johnson home. Erickson stopped
that attack and held the Sox until
the fourth when Srunk's single
and Falk's double earned a tally.
For' the next six innings Erickson
shut the Sox out without another
hit. blanking them one. two. three
In 4very round.
Tfce Senators made only two hits
off Kerr in five rounds but in the
sixth a pair of singles and an infield
out scored onf run. Three
hits in a row tied the score in the
seventh before the triple play '
came wljlch staved the game off.
Walter Johnson rejoined the Senator
today after attending his
father's funeral and probably will
pitch in the series in Cleveland.
Jadge made a sensational dive
lnt<y the, grandstand after Sheely's
foul fly in the seventh. He caught
the ball just as he hit the stand
and fell erver into a box on his head.
The balRdropped out of his hands,
but. the umps ruled that he hid
held it long enough for a legal
I cslA- m) ...
In addition to the triple plav,
three double killings were made,
two by the visitors and the other
by the gox. <
U AB R H 2B 3B BR SB AY
flfei* 14 12 0 5 1 0 0 0 .416
otartItT WI 81 263 40 88 15 4 5 4 .333
Bk*. ?? 363 52 116 28 6 4 12 .329
Jodgs 88 S57 49 115 19 7 5 12 .322
?9 332 53 105 13 12 4 6 .316
I 4nv4MJ-?. 21 36 5 11 3 0 0 0 .306
I IS 130 17 36 6 1 0 0 .300
I St..., 21 55 6 16 3 0 0 0 .291
Hsrr* . . oil ? 329 4* 94 11 5 0 17 . 286
faill* 6 73 20000 .286
5HT7..., ?1 216 33 60 10 6 4 2 .278
Brower...... 61 171 24 45 9 2 1 2 263
It*. .... 57 184 15 47 7 2 3 1 .256
O'Bovk* 113 36 74 Al 6 1 6 .228
PlcinJch ... 17 48 3 II 3 0 0 0 .230
lacMr*. 23 49 4 10 1 0 0 0 .204
EK*..? 21 54 5 9 0 0 0 2 .167
Brie toon . f' 19 36 *2 6 1 0 0 0 .167
Aim** 17 22 2 2 0 0 0 1 .001
Schaebt. 16 15 3 1 0 0 0 0 .067 "
Fom . 4 60 00000.000
OtiOT s io ooooo ooo ;
Pitching Avenges. ,
? O- W L I h lobbbbwp are <
haw. ... 15 1 0 41 1-3 58 5 17 0 0 1.000 t
Meffrtdf 21 10 6 161 1* 50 20 1 2 *623
Artwta... 17 43 84 1-3 95 21 27 1 1 .571
18 5 4 55 75 11 1 1 0 '.555
Sartiarv 23 10 H 135 2-3 180 41 34 3 0 . 555
BrtekSOB 19 4 6 97 1-3 103 36 33 H 2 .400
Cacrtaey 19 5 6 97 2-3 113 21 55 3 3 . 455 |
J#fcn-on 19 7 9 128 1 3 135 64 43 2 6 .437
Gains... 3 0 0 3 2-3 4 2 2 0 0 .000
Stone ham and McGraw
SeU Cuba Race Plant
XtfW YORK. July 15 ?Charles A. '
Stoneham and John J. McOraw have
disposed of their majority atock in
the Cuba-American Jockey and Auto
Club to Thomas Monahan and associates.
Mr. Stoneham will resign
and Monahan will succeed him as
president. John J. McGraw will re- }
sign as second vice president and
hereafter "will devote all his time to
Monahan is a well-known and
popular horseman and spent all his
time last winter in Marianao, Cuba,
where he became eathusiastlc aboiit ]
thf track fcnd Cuba. Frank J. Bryan
is to remain as general manager. I
Langdon vs. Trinity.
\ L^uigdon A. C. will play Trinity
Saturday-at 3:30 and will go to
SprtBgvale, Va., to meet the team s
of tkiat place Sunday. Manager R. J.
War# wants to hook pame* and can
reached at North 3522-W.
. . /'flOLy 4
s Sox to Five
talcs Beat Him
!? _ ?
r in EUiirenth, Allowing
i Score; Johnson
|| MORE TOUGH LUCK, jj
WasWiftea. AB II H O A B
JudKf, lb 5 O 2 H O O
Harrla. 2k ...... 3 1 3. 3 3 1
Rice. ef 4 1 T
Smith, rf ft O O 2 0
HiJIer. If 4 <g 3
.thank*. 3h 3 1 1 4 2
Uharrlty. e 4 O 2 4 2
OUoarhe, mm ft ? 1 1 1 1
KrirkMH. p ft 1 2 O
Total* 40 2 11*32 10 2
Chicago. AB K H O A K
JuhnaoR. ah ft 2 1 3 ft 1
Malllgaa, 3h 4 1*1 2
< olllaa. 2h 4 0 1 4 8
Straah. rf. 4 1 1 2 O n
h'alk. If 4 O 1 2 0 0
Moat II. cf 3 0 A 2 1 O
Sbeely. lb 4 O O 18 1 0
Srhalk. 4 0 ? 1 0 0
Kerr, p 4 0 O 0 1 0
Total* M 3 ft 33 18 1
Two out whea winning ran acored.
Score by Inalagn:
UaahlnKton .... OOO 091 100 OO?2
Chicago 100 lOO OOO 01?3
Two-bane hit*?Harrla. Fall*.
Shank*. Judge. Bane* on ball*???tr
Kerr. 2; (>IT F.rlckwon. 1. Doohlr
play*?Krlck*on to Shank* to Jadget
Harrla to Judge; Johnnon to Colllna
to Sheely. Triple play-^heely to
Johaaoa. Hit by pitched hall?By
Krlckaon <Mo*tll). Implrea Hlldebrand
Red Sox Again
Tribe T osses Away
Chances and Loses by
CLEVELAND. July 15?The Indians
tossed away two chances to
score runs by poor work on bases
and Boston won the final game of
the series. 3 to 2. Gardner failed to
take an extra base on a poor throw
by Mclnnis and Mails failed to come
home on * single by Gardner. Boston
scored the winning run in the
sixth on a single by Mclnnis. Nunamaker's
wild throw on Ruel's sacrifice
and Scott's single.
Bost>n. Ab II OA Cleveland Ab H 0 A
Liebokl.cf. ft 1 0 K?n*.;f... S 1 0 0
Fost.?*.2b.. 2 13 1 Jamieoo.'f. 1 o o 0
Neltsfet.lf. 3 12 0 W?mlir.2b.. 3 0 2 1
Mclneis.lb 4 1 13 1 Hpeakor.cf. 4 2 2 0
Bael.? 3 2 10 Woodrf.... 3 0 2 0
Scott*. ...3 1 3 4 Smlth.rf... 1 0 ft 0
Ilttinger.rf 3 2 3 0fUaHnpr.3b. 4 1 2 #
Vitt.Sb 3 0 1 5? Searell.mi.. 4 3 13
Pennock.p. 3 0 0 2| Burnt*.lb... 3 0 11 (1
Russell, p.. 10 0 1 Sotheron p. ft 0 ft 0
Nunmiker.c 4 0 5 1
Malls.p 2 1 ft <1
Steph'son.-b 1 I ft 0
tJohnston.lb 10 10
fKiraney.lf. 10 10
Totals .31 8 27 14| Total*... 3ft 9 27 IS
tRan for Mails* in aeventb. tBatted for
Wamby in seventh. |Batt*1 for Sothoron
Score bj innings:
Beaton 20000100 0?3
Cleveland 000101*0 1 O?2
Runt?I.iebold. Foster. Mclnnis, Speaker.
Smith. Error?Nunmaker. Two-base hit*?
Ruel (2). Speaker (2). Sea-ell. Mails. Sacrifice
hits?Ruel. Pitinger, Scott Left on
hce bit*?Ruel. Pittinger. Scott Left
on bases?Boston. 9; c:eve!and. 11. Hits
?Off Pennock. 7 in 6 1-3 innings; off
Ruaaell, 2 In 2 2-3 innings: off Mails. 8 in
7 innings: off Sothoron. 2 in 2 innings.
Eases on halls?off Pennock. 1; off Russell.
3: off Malls, 4; off Sothoroa. 1. Struck out?
by Rnssell. 1: by Malls. 3; by Sothoron, 1.
Winning pitcher?Pennock. Losing pitcher?
Mails. Cmpireo?Chill. Nallin and Connolly.
Walker's Homer in 10th
Beats Detroit, 3 to 2
DETROIT. July 15.?Philadelphia
won a t?n inning game from Detroit
today, thanks to Tlllie Walker's
home run in the tenth Dauss passed
Galloway in the seventh with the
bases full, forcing in the tying run
and paving the way for Walker's
home run to win. Cobb appeared in
the game for the first time in three
weeks when he batted for Dauss in
the ninth inning. Score:
Athletics. Ab H 0 A| Detroit. Ab H O A
Witt.rf 5 0 3 0|Bush.2b. ... 4 0 14
Dykes.2b. . 4 13 2|Flagat'd.ss. 5 2 14
Welch.cf.. 5 0 5 OfShorten.cf. 5 0 3 0
CWalker.lf 5 2 3 01 Veach.If.. . 3 1 2 ft
J Walker, lb 5 2 9 0[Hailman.rf. 4 2 3 0
Perkins.e.. 5 2 3 2]Blue.lb 4 2 12 0
Dug an. 3b. . 4 0 2 3l.Iones.3b. . . 3 10 2
Gal'way.ss 2 0 2 4|Bassler.c... 4 2 8 0
Hasty.p. . . 2 0 0 2;Dnuss.p 2 0 0 3
Rommel.p. 0 0 0 ojjCobb 10 0 0
Keefe.p. .. 0 0 0 0||Cole 0 0 0 0
Braail 10 0 OlMlddleton.p 0 0 0 0
tGriffla. .. 1 1 0 0|
1 Totals.. 37 10 30 13
Totals.. 39 8 80 13!
Batted for Hasty in sevenjh.
tBatted for Keefe in ninth.
tBatted for Dauss in ninth.
IRan for Cobb in ninth.
Score by innings:
Philadelphia 0000001 10 1?3
Detroit 1 10000000 0?2
Runa?Dykes. C. Walker (2). Flagatead,
fonea. Errors?Perkins, Bush. Jones. Stolen
>ase?J. Walker. Sacrifice hit?Dauss. Two*s*
htt_j Walker. Three base hit?Flagitead.
Home run?C. Walker. Bases on
>alla?-Off Dauss. 3; off Rommel, 1. Struck
mt?By Daiiso. 5; by Hasty. 2: by Middleton.
2. Left on bases?Detroit. 9. Umpires?Hildebrand
and Evans. Time, 2:09.
W. L. PC.| W. L. PC.
Cleveland 53 30 .839| Boston 38 43 ,4?ft
New York 50 31 .817|<'hicago. .. 35 47 .427
Wash 48 42 .32S|St. Lools.. 35 48 .422
[>etroit. . . 42 43 494|Athletics. . 33 48 .407
Chicago. 3; Washington. 2.
New York. 7; St. Louis. 3.
Philadelphia. 3; Detroit. 2^
Boston. 3; Cleveland, 2. '
WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY.
raahlagtoa at Cleveland
New York at Detroit.
Boston at Chicago.
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
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Mtl.h?nl> .-.4 27 W7*t Lout,. . 41, 40
n,? Tork so a raaichi..fo .. U 44 .43
4.1 *3 '.H4r|m.|nn.t, 29 40 .*72
Brookljn. 42 40 .512|Plilllte. . . 22 54 ,2!)?
All Him poatpnwd. rain
WHEXE IHETKJIV T0DA.T.
It. Lonta at ItoKtn.
ClBriaaati at Philadelphia.
Ilttibarch M X.w Tork
Chicago at Brtjuklj ..
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j KEYMEN OF
This is the team of the Associa
season. Reeding from left to rigl
Leonberger, Limerick (manager)
Chick Evans Will
Meet Knepper in
Champion Forced to Beat
Johnston, St. Paul Star,
Five and Four?Health
May Prevent Playing
Here in Open.
Rr ALEXANDER F. JOKES.
CLUB. E'ANSTON. 111.?Two clrcumotar^s
may prevent Charles
Evans, amateur golf champion,
from playing In the national open
championship next week in Wasnington.
pne Is the *brand of golf that
Rudy Knepper. the Iowa champion.
Is playing. The other is his healtn.
Evans will meet Knepper tomor,
row in the finals of the Western
championship. The Iowan won the
right to meet Evans today by smasn;
ing throuph to a 3-and-2 victory
over George Hartman, Chicago.
while the champion was quelling
1 the aspirations of H. R. Johnson, St.
! Paul, 5-and-4.
Knepper is a corking fine golfer
and the way he has ploughed
through the field here this week
makes the issue very doubtful. Tor
while Evans is bark on his game,
life for him for the last three j
months has been one tournament (
after another on both sides of the |
Atlantic?played in the face of re- j
If. Evans wins, and his health j
continues to improve, he probably!
will play "tn the Washington tour- j
nament. it is learned.
The champion had to use all of his
skill and generalship today to defeat
Johnson. At the first turn they
were all square and for the next
eighteen boles it was a battle royal,
with tbe match generally all square.
In the last nine holds, experience
and endurance told the story and
Evans pulled away and ended the
match on the fourteenth greem.
The Knepper-Hartman match was
not decided until thirty-four holes
of pretty golf had been played and
the Iowan showed that he. too, is a
strong finisher by taking the last
Tour holes and winning 3-and-2.
Knepper . played the last nine in
thirty-four, two under par.
Yanks Sweep Brown
Series; Ruth Gets 35th
ST. LOUIS. July 15.?The Yanks
made a clcan sweep of the series
with the Browns, winning the last
game itere today, 7 to 3. Babe Ruth
scored Peckinpaugh ahead of him
when he lifted his thirty-fifth homer
over'the right field fence. Hoyt, in
the bo* for the Hugmen, held St.
Louis to six hits. The local fans
got together and presented Johnny
Tobin. Brown right fielder, with an
X. Y. Ab H O AJ St. L. Ab H 0 A
Fewater.lf. 4 14 OIToMn.rf. .. 4 13 1
Peck.aa... 4 2 3 URUerbe.Sb.. 4 112
Ituth.cf .. 3 1 4 l|4|sler.lb... 4 2 7 0
Baker.3b. 3 I 0 1' Williams.If 4 13 1
Mensel.ft., 4 11 0.-lacobson.cf 3 0 0 0
Plpp.lb... 3 3 10 llrolltM.e... 4 0 0 1
Wart.2b .3 0 3 3IOerter.sa.. #072
Hcliaag.r. . 2 0 1 2|M'M?nns,2b 3 0 0 2
Hoyt.p.4. .411 S Vimr,ll<i?r.? t 1 # 8
IHaTne.p . .. 0 0 0 0
'MnrriS-p. . . 0 0 0 0
i*Seyereld.. 10 0 0
I Totals.. 30 10 27 12] Totals.. 32 0 27 12
Ratted for Ruyne in eighth.
Score by innings:
\ptv York 00013300 0?7
st i/wis n l o o o o o o 2?3
Runa?Peck (21. Ruth (21. Meuael. Plpp.
t'-'m*. Fllcrbc. Mister. Williams. Errors?
Raker. Plpp Wart, r.erber. Two-bane hits?
Williams, Plpp (2). Peck. Slaler. Home run
? ttnth. Sacrifice hits?Wart. Baker. Plpp.
Jaeobson. Double plays- -T.erber to Sl?ler;
(VIIIbb to (Serhcr. Stolen base?Schan*.
Rase, on balla?Off Van O.iider. 7; off Bayne.
I. , struck nnt?By Van (Hide*. 4: by
Hoyt. 1. J-e" ?n bsaes?St. Lonls/3; New
York. 7. .losing pitcher?1 an CtMer. Umpires?Morlarlty
and Dlnaen Tlnae. 1:M.
AH EARN TO MEET
BOWEN JULY 26
The fighting game will be revived
at Ai^.tore on July 26 when Ooldle
Ah earn, featherweight champion of
the A. E. F.. and Young Bowen,
Washington scrapper, will clash In
the feature 10-round bout. Another
good bout on the bill announced by
Matchmaker Frankle Mann will be a
battle between Johnny Eggleston.
Washington's slugging middleweight,
and Big Jeff, of Baltimore Both
of theia boys'' are of the rock-'emand-soA-'em
kind and the fight
should be ,fuH of action. Big Jeff
is the hardest foe Eggleston will
have ever met and he ha* a long
string of knock-outs to his credit.
1 AND TR
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ition of Western Union Employes o
it, standing: Ryder, Linkins, Hillra
Sweeney, Wolfe, Meinberg.
"Red" Faber T
White Sox Pitcher Has
B> JACK NYE.
Prepare to chisel another name on
the tablet bearing the names of the
Kam4 great pitchers.
Along with Ed Walsh. Walter
Johnson, Christy Mathewson, Mordecai
Brown and others of the misty
past, can now be placed that of Urban
C. Faber, better known as "Faber
Kid (Jleason's sandy-haired spitball
star is making history this season.
Supported by a team of minor
league products which is still striving
hard to keep from being overhauled
by the last place Athletics,
he is rising to the greatest heights
of his career. When he let the Nationals
down with three hits Thursday
he hung up his eighteenth victory.
as against six defeats for the
WIbi Over Half of Sox (limn.
This would have been nothing'
very remarkable if the famous stars
of 1920 were still backing the
pitcher. But the aggregation he
must depend on no\v still looks like
a possibility for the cellar championship.
To date the White Sox have registered
exactly 35 victories, which
means that Faber has won over half
their games. And, furthermore, he is
winning them cleanly. With a couple
of runs behind him he can usually
take care of himself.
Faber is not ^such a youngster in
the game, as the records reveal that
he was born in 1888. Cascade, Iowa,
is the spot of his nativity. He
stands six feet and a half and
weighs 180 pounds.
After varied minor league experience.
dating back from 1909. he
joined the White Sox in 1914 and
has been toiling for Comiskey ever
since. In his first year he won
eight games and lost the same number,
but in 1915 he showed more
stuff and registered twenty-four
wing as compared to thirteen defeats.
From that time to 1920 he
didn't do anything remarkable and
in 1919 was used largely for relief
work, winning eleven and losing
five. He came back strongly In
1920 with twenty-three wins and
thirteen defeates. aided and abetted
by one of the greatest combinations
the game has ever seen.""
Greatest Slabber of Year.
This season Faber is showing
more stuff than at any time in his
career and may pile up thirty wins
He looms as the greatest performer
in the game, rising to his best form
in the face of adversity.
Muggsy McGraw claims credit Tor
the fact that Faber is still wearing
a Chicago uniform. When the
Giants and White Sox made their
trip around the world. Faber did
a lot of the pitching and made a
hk with the Giant leader.
"That's a good boy you've got
there." said McGraw to Gleason.
then coach of the Sox.
"D? ymi thlnk "??" replied the
"Kid." "They are thinking of sending
him back to the bushes."
"Better hold htm." advised McGraw.
and he was retained on that
It appears now that McGraw
knew his business, which Is one
thing the fans give him credit for.
Orfolea Hare Hopes.
During all the excitement In Baltimore
over the report that the
Orioles have a chance to enter the
r?n?!Ja, 1_I'ea*ue by buying the
Philadelphia franchise. Manager
Jack Dunn arises to remark that
it s news to him.
"Every year about this time the
old story breaks." says the Oriole
boss, "it is a bog joke to me. I
know absolutely nothing about the
Philadelphia franchise being for
"Before anything could be done I
the sixteen big league clubs would
have to Vote approval. And. of
course, the International League
moguls would have something to
say. to*. Naturally, there would be
opposition in_ the International, tor
the loss of Baltimore would .be
If there is nothing to the rumor,
it is a crime to stir up the Baltimore
bugs. They still believe they
have a major league team, and have
been pining to be a big league town
for many, many years.
Brn.ru Vakils Speed.
With eight straight wins under
their belts, the Boston Braves are
beginning to wonder if It is not
possible to duplicate the performance
of 1914, when they made a
sensational ruBh for the flag
They have been playing brIUiant
ball of late, combining their hard
hitting with fancy flinging.
SpeaVIng of pitching. It was Fred
Mitchell, the present boss of the
1? . \
pfifla?'Tiy TirMif /
lE&i 'siy Jj^EitrrayvN^^^VMl?M
f t'nc Cbmmcrtial Lrapur which has
ry, A.-tz, Jett, McKenny (captain);
akes Place ' I
ats" of Mound ]
Won 18 Games Despite ^
; Outstanding .
Braves, who developed that trio of
pitchers, who brought a pennant
eight years ago. Rudolph. Tyler and |
James, working in rotation, hung
up victories with remarkable regularity.
and then capped the climax
by stopping the Athletics In the
world series. J
In Hcott, Oesohger. McQuillan. K
Watson and Killinglm. Manager ?'
Mitchell has another staff of box- a
men. who appear to have as much
class as any rivals in the league. ?
Boston's is only an outside chance o
for the rag. but stranger things P
have been known to hapyen. The n
Braves roost today just seven games
behind Pittsburgh and four In the o
rear of the (Slants. A
RED, THE GREAT. ________________________________
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While Ho* pitching ntar, who
has won rlshteen cnmea, *np- ! is
ported hy ? nrvrntb-plare rlnb. j ^
He haa won over half of fhe ,
victories rr?-dltr?l to his rlnb. 8t
"Up a Floor?Sira Yoa Mi
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1 m ELEVl
been putting up a fast frame this
Gable. Sitting: Goodno, Ayrci,
Willie Ogg Wins
Shawnee Open; 3
rn 2nd Place Tie
Vinners' 298 Only IVfark
Under 300?P. O'Hara,
Abe Mitchell and Kirkwood
Each Turn in
Cards of 301.
SHAWNRE - ON . DELAWARE,
uly 15.?Willie OicR. Ihe profesional
of the Worcester (Mans.)
ountry i'lub. carried off the honors
,nd flrM money in the Shawnee
pen golf tournament with a score
f 298. H? was the only one of the
participants to Ret under the 30?
Peter O'Hara. New Jersey State
pen champion; J. Kirkwood. the
ustralian professional, and Abe
filchell. the English wi*ard. tied
or second place, each with a earn
f 301 for the 2 holes. Mitchell not
wonderful *9 in the second round,
leorge Puncan turned in cards of
4 and "2. but his poor score? on
'hursday ruined his chances of ,
inding in the money. 0 i
Off. Won**trr 14."? 77 76- 2#^
O'Hara. Skackamnoa. 131 74 7^ 3?1 j
Kirkwond. Anntralia. .. 154 76 7!?JW'l I
Mitchell. England 15i? 7s ?????1 \
Harass. Tu.k?*lll*... 153 71 74?3?i2
. Ilacn, IW-troit 155 76 73? ??4 I
Kr?-n?-h. Y?>ung?it.>?rn - 154 76 77?306
Tfllirr, Braeburn 153 75 7* 306
. M<Cari(Bd. Dak Ui>1|t?* 153 7* 74?j
Hamptijo. Rrvikland*. 154 7* 7t? -306
Walker. En|l?-wor*l. .. 138 76 |
Motheraolf, WeytMirs. 157 7** 74?3<6* |
H after. Phlbsoat . . 152 76 R2?310
Couaty 154 M 73?31? j
hun -as. England . . 164 74 71!?310
La>too. KTaaftiin 1*13 72 77?312
O il a r a. Ri? hrooad
County l*1? 7S 7*1 -313
Chall. Birmingham 16*? HI 72- 313
Iirach. Vlfnliaiturillf 132 M ?313
Tbonpona, Kichauai. 15s 77 7*?318
Tow a* a. Shawn**.. 1? SI 7>??314
MrDonald. B?*b>i Uak. 1*1 79 75-315
K?rrtg*a. Bsy?ftie.... 15S? Si 75?3ir? ,
Hrvrdrmuv T**a?.... J56 82 7*? 316
May*. naatUihcd 137 N3 76 316
The National A. C. of (Jeorpetown
out with a challenge to the Plke wn
A. C., Cardinal A. C.. or any
[her 14 to 15-year-old teams Adpeas
Robert Poore. 1209 Thirtieth |
Regardless of former pi
to $50). we have grouped ?
Summer-weight and me
early fall wear. Of course, s
tive pr sporty young men's r
id Palm $1'
s? 10th at F!
'i >i iaflWMBs>Afc?*
Those Who Compete
Here This Mornin
Pro's Set New
Uj WL G. SHA*D.
Today will mark the arrival i
the vanguard of profeaaional gol
era. who are expected to mak
things hum In the national open i
Columbia. With the exception *
Aba Mitchell and George Dun. a
practically all the noted "pros'* wl
competed In the Shawnee "lotrai
ment left last night for Waahlni
ton and are expected early th
morning By noon today the mi
(ority of them will be out on tl
course tuning up for the bis eve*
Duncan and Mitchell are'not e:
pected until tomorrow, as they a
competing elsewhere, and "Chici
Evans and "Bobby" Jones, the on
amateur* who are granted a "lool
In." will also arrive on 8un<la
Jock Hutchison wired last nigl
that he and his famous cup migl
be expected tomorrow mornin
But enough of the stars will be (
hand to whet the a ppe titles of t'
golf bugs for "crooclal" four day
play next week. '
Yesterday rain was welcomed 1
Dr. Walter Harban and fcls squa
of "greens keepers." but the fe
"pros" who are now at Columb!
did not look at It in the same Ugh
Many of them were caught la ti
downpour on their way around tl
course and had to call It a da
before finishing their rounds.
Joe Novak, the Spokane profei
slonal. and John Dowllng. of Scan
dale, both managed to navlsate tl
course In 71. however, before tT
shower broke. Seventy-one is
new record for the ehampionshl
course. Judging by the marl
which the comparatively lite
known "pros" are turning in <
their first trips around, it would m
be surprising to see the med
score in the qualifying rounds m*?
President George Sargent of tl
1'rofessional Goffers' Aasociatlo
bas wired the U. S. ?. A. requestli
that the qualifying; round be play*
at 36 holes. Instead of li, and th
the field he split in thmi diviaioi
Instead of two. This change wou
necessitate starting play on Mondi
and would mean a complete revisw
of the achedul? as arranged ?
answer to Sargent's wire ha* be<
BOUGHT BY NAT
President Griffith has bought
couple of promising minor leagi
star* for delivery at the end of tl
season. They are Outfielder I>e<i
Goslin and Htcher Llnthicum Ne
son Turk, both of the Columbia Clu
of the South Atlantic League. Gosli
is a .300 hitter in the Sally clrcui
while Turk is a former Oglethon
Ariels Want Games.
Th* Ariel A. C. wants games 1
I [he 16-year-old division. Call E<
gar Duval I. Lincoln 2142.
| Niedfeld Too Good
For War League
According to the manager of
the Sales team of the War Department
ritcher Niedfeld of his nine was
barred from the league at a recent
meeting of managers in order
to give the other clubs a
chance. Niedfeld has won ten
games this season without dropping
one. He has struck out
120. allowed but 25 hits, and has
a batting average of over .400
Must be some boy!
ftaap Ties rp!
CHA.S. K. KILLER. INC.
'ormerly Miller Brt? A a to Supply Ben.
BIZ Hth St.. ? Door. N*rtk .1 H
rices (and there are jnany su
:very suit in the house into C
dium-weight suits are a-plent
ill the styles and colors of the
>00 Palm 1
IS, 3 TO a .
'ProV Arrive i
id in Shawnee Tourney
g to "Tune Up"; Two
Mark for Course.
received. but btcauic of the js ten ess
,f of the rtqunt. tt Is doubtful If ssy
f. chance will b? made.
:? OM>rc* Duncan a fest of roll lac u?
it oa a par four hole ar
of Khawn?? la thought to be on* of ths'
n, factor* which caused furcritt'i wire.
Almost to a man. the "pros" foal
that with an eighteen hols qualify.
In* round, oae or two poor holes
i *'111 throw them out of the tournament.
without clvinc them a chance
to "come back" on tvietr second,
Dr. Walter Harban has securs4
the services of W. J. Plynn. of tha
Mrrlon Country flub. Philadelphia. J
a well-known coif architect and "
sr. en. ceeper. tn sld fcim in caring
for the creena. with Harban. rirna
and the rain all on the Job. there can
be no doubt as to the condition of
the greens bjr next Tuesday.
Admission to Open
Tournament Is Free
Judging by the number of inquiries
which have been received *t
the Columbia Country Club concer*f.
ing admission to the national open
golf championship tournament next
week, golf enthusiasts of Washington
do not realize that nh rhargv
will be made for entrance to the
^rounds. Owing to the limited space
available, there are certain restricHons
.as to admission to the clubhouse.
but otherwise the public U
invited to come and see everything
, worth seeing. *
Scott Perry Signs
CORNING. N. T-. July 15?Scott
Terry, the star pitcher who jumped
Connie- Mack's Philadelphia Athletic* .
a month ago has signed with the
semi-professional team at Hornell.
and win finish th* season for a
' salary said to be 12.200.
Wants Sunday Game.
j The Spartan A. C. wishes to arrange
a gam* for next Sunday with
'a local 17-year-old team.. Call
g Thomas Fitzgerald. Main 2474
Marines Trim Indianhtad. .
The Quantico Marin*? handed an
in fc-to-2 trimming to th*ir brethren
j from lndianh*ad yesterday The
game was played at Quantico
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