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SECTION TWO , V WASHINGTON. D. C.. SUNDAY, AUGUST 14, 192L -SECTION TWO. S
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Whiffs Eight Bostonia
<r 2,771 Set by Cy Yen
By JACK NTB.
Pitching In brilliant form. Walter
Jobnioh handed the Hoston Red
Sox a i-to-1 defeat yesterday and
hunt up a new strike-out record foi
the major leagues.
When the Coffeyvllle Cyclon<
whiffed Eddie Foster In the fifth
Inning he bettered the mark
? 1.171 strike - outi
made by the famoos
In his twenty-on?
years of service.
Young's total was
amassed in 804
jomso* Johnson haa
| taken part in bui
j 52$ battles, and la now In his flfr
teenth year in fast company,
j When yesterday* a same started,
I the mighty Kansan needed but five
f strike-out victims to pass Young's
mark. Foster jflit him in the lead
| Hailing the atmosphere in the
a fifth, after *hlch Barney ran his
i total up to eight for the game, giving
him 2,775 for his career.
I Mike Medosky. former GrifTman.
was the most notable of Johnson's
victims, whiffing on his first three
ti ips to the plate. Foster strucx
out only twice, and figured that he
had done a good day's work.
With Johnson baffling them at
I every turn until the ninth?when
I they mad* their only run on a pair
I of doubles?the Bostonrans Tooxea
A woefully weak as compared to McB
Bride's revamped machine.
W Recovering their form after the
I unfortunate series with the Browns.
J the Griffs went about their work
with neatness and dispatch, playing
errorless ball behind Johnson and
taking the decision in the shortest
home battle of the year. It took
only one .lour 'and twenty-three
mlnutea to quell the visitors.
Myers Joltfd Early.
,0 Elmer Myers was the victim of
the Washington attack. The angular
heaver was nicked for four hits
and three runs in the opening frame.
In the fifth Everett Scott made a
damaging throw which allowed two
more runners to >Jash over the pan.
The sixth tally was counted in the
eipht'i on a,_couple of hits and
Judge's sacrifice fly.
Almost a capacity house turned
out to take a look at the new
lir?-up ??f the GrifTs. Bobby LaMotte,
graduating into the regular
short field Job, didn't have much
to do, but performed very well. He
failed to get a hit. In right field
Earl Smith's fielding was up to snuff,
and his bat did its share. He
slapped out a couple of resounding
singles, one of which almost robbed
Pitcher Myers of a valuable leg.
Out fhere in center field Honest
Zeb Milan made another of those
diving catches off the grass, which
aroused the bugs no little. In hitting
the sod for Collins* Texas
leaguer, in the second round, the
veteran cut a painful gash in his
right knee. He stuck through the
rest of the game, however, though
the blood trickling through his
trousers and his decided limp bore
. witness to the fact that he might
* have been more comfortable.
MeBride Alters Batting Order.
McBride switched his batting order
aa a surprise for the Red Sox.
and the change worked exceedingly
well. Smith took the lead-off position
and Jo* Judge was dropped
t.-> third, where Ms bludgeon could
do more damage.
Myers' finish really came in the
first round after two were down.
Judge singled to center and Miller's
bingle advanced him to third, Bing
taking second on the throw. Harris
beat out a hit to Scott and
Judge scored. Bucky stole and
scored with Miller when Shanks
bingled to center. LaMotte forced
Shanks with a rap to Foster.
In the fifth Scott pulled a wild
peg that helped to bring two more
across. Smith Opened with a single
but was forced on Milan's bunt.
Judge lifted to Mclnnls, but Miller
smacked a neat double down the
left field line. Menosky made a
quick relay to Scott, but Zeb was
taking such a lead off third that
Scotty was prompted to make a peg
hpm*. the ball getting away from
Ruel antt bounding Into a field box.
Zeb and Miller counted on the misplay.
Johnson scored the final run In the
seventh when he singled, advanced
on Smith's sacrifice and Milan's hit
and counted on Judge's long fly to
J Collins. . J
Not a Boston player had reached
, second when the ninth dawned. Af?
ter two were out In that inning a
shutout was accepted as a matter
of course. Mclnnis spilled the
beans, however, by doubling to left
and counting when Collins dropped
a two-sacker Into right. That was
By trimming the Sox yesterday.
Johnson made his wins for the season
outnumber his defeats by one.
He has won eleven and lost ten.
Ills average should show a decided
increase before the season ends, as
he is looking better than at any
rime this year.
Milan's robbery of Collins in the
MrtttDd was the big feature. Zeb
came tearing in for the *hort fly
and sailed through the air. picking
the pellet off the grass. Business
of much cheering and a few
This afternoon the Griffs will play
I their last game at home for some
days. George Mogridge will endeavor
to make It two straight over
the Bostonlans and will have as his
opponent the famous Sam Jones,
who makea a specfilty of pitching
agaioat the Griffs on Sunday*
cord in Majors [
ns and Betters Total Of
ing. Altered Line-up
j May Not Play
At Forest Hills
Still Suffering from Cold,
She May Pass Up Wom|j
1 NEW YORK. Aug. 11.?After a
1 i journey of 3.000 miles to niatch the
1 skill of Miss America. Mile. Susanne
1 Lenglen the acrobatic high-flying
: queen of the European courts, probably
wiH watch It Instead.
The 22-year-old French flash,
looking as though she had stepped
out of a shop window on Rue de
, la Paix, said this afternoon that
It was likely she would not be
able to compete In the American
> women's tennis championships next
week at Forest Hills.
Attired In a flaming red "merry
widow" hat, a very tight-fitting blue
satin dr#?ss with a very long skirt
and no sleeves Mile. Lenglen with
the carriage and following of a
queen, visited the West Side Tennis
Club Just a few hours after she
had stepped from tho liner.
Figuring bhe was bent on looking
over the scene of another conquest,
the party was visibly surprised
when she said, nonchalantly:
"If I do not feel better Monday,
I shall not play." ^
She explained she was suffering '
from a very heavy cold, that she
was still feeling the effects of the
voyage and that she needed prac- .
tice. i :
She was to have practiced this
afternoon on the courts, but as ji
she was not feeling well she altered
her plans and said she probably.
would play a little tomorrow afternoon.
Mile. Lenglen said she was sure
she would feel belter In a week
and that she should be able to make
an exhibition tour of America under
the auspices of the American
Committee for Devastated France. 1
Face Ha rd Test \
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Entered in Regatta at ,
Sugar Island Next i]
Five representatives of tne | j
Washington Canoe Club will leave J ^
on Thursday for Sugar Island, on <
the St. Lawrence Iver, where they
are to compete In the international
canoe regatta next Saturday. The \
men picked for the trip are Karl ]
Knight. Harry Knight. Percy Wa?- ,
ton. Harry Davis and Herebrt Kre?- ^
The first four will compete In ths ^
events for senior fours, both double c
and single blades. With the exception
of Davis, this crew Is the
same that set a new American ^
Canoe Association mark In the | ^
senior four double-blade race on
the Potomac two weeks ago. Davis
is substituting for Lex. Martin, who j
is laid up with an attack of typhoid t
Karl and Harry Knight will also s
compete in the senior doubles, ^
single and double blades, while
Percy Walton is down for the j
senior singles, single . blade, and y
Karl Knight will enter the senior
singles, double blade. Herbert Krel- q
sher. the boy who ran away witn t
the Junior singles, single blade, two i
weeks ago. will try his luck In the
same event. j
Every year this meet attracts the t
best of the canoe talent of this t
country and Canada, and while the
local boys are regarded as unbeat- J
able on the Potomac, they will meet I
with plenty of competition next Sat- (
urday. s C
Arlingtons Play Two Today. 1
The Arlington A. C. will play a 1
doubleheader on their home grounds ,
today, meeting the Cosst Guard nine
in the first game, and the Tankee j
A. C. In the second. 1 t
|f- 11 1
EASY FOR BARNEY. *
Bonoa. Ah. R. H. O. A. E. ''
UtkoM, <f 4 0 3 3 0 0.
Foater, 3b ,4 O 1 3 o "
>?Nkr. if 4 0 0 a o '
Pratt. 2k. 4 9 3 1 1 0 V
Mrlaala. lb 4 1 3 1* 0 8
Calllaa. rf. 4 0 1 1 0 0 ,
Sratt. Ml 4 0 0 1 5 1 ?
Rnrl. r. 3 0 0 1 1 *"
Myers. ? 3 1 3 0 ?
Tata's 34 1 8 34 14 1
Waallagt.l. Ah. R. H. O. A. B.
?ml<h, rf. 3 3 a I tl
Milan, rf. 4 1 1 3 ?
JmdKr. Ik 3 1 3 4 d
Miller. If 3 3 3 3
Harris. 3k 4*1 t 8 1 O .
skunk.. Ilk 3*1 ? 2 0
La Matte, aa I 3 *
Pfelalek. c, 4 *10 1 11
Jokasaa. ? 4 1 1 ? ?
; t e
Total* 31 10 37 |
Seare by iBilngsi
Bntoi x AM m 001?t
Wasklactea SOO 090 lO*?0
T^s-ksse hits?Judge. Miller, Meluul*.
Colllaa. Ste'es hue?Harrtn.
Sserlfleei?^attk. Judge, La Matte. t(
Double play ? Pfcfalek ta Harrla. L
Left au bawea?WaMhlagtaa. ft Baa- tl
tas. 6. Base mm halla?Off Myers, X ?
Struck out?By Jahaaaa 8,'Myera 1. c<
t'aaplreit?HIMebraad aad Oweaa. hi
Tim# mi mmmm <>?. *u
1 . cAMrei
IimI^E^ ' C J
Ray Fails Trying
To Break Record
56-Pound Weight Mark It
Shattered in Annual A.
A. U. Championship.
CHICAGO. Aug. 13.?Featured by
:he record-breaking performance ol
i. C. Blackwood, of the C. A. A.,
n the &6-pound weight. Cherry Clr:le
athletes today carried oft prenler
honors In the Central A. A. V.
rack and Held championships held
>n Stags Field under the auspices
>f the Knights of Columbus.
The team, coached by S. H. Darvent,
scored 98 points. The I. A. C.
iras second with 90 points, while
)ther athletic organizations gathsred
a sprinkling of polnta.
In the 56-pound weight. Blackwood
tossed the heavy ball 32 feet
.1 inches. This broke the former
mark of 32 feet made by James
jhanahan, of the I. A. C.. In 1919.
One of the best race* of the meet
vas the half mile, which went to
Phil Spink, of the C. A. A. JoU
iay, of the 1. A. C.. set the pace.
>ut Spink passed him on the last
urn and won by 10 yards. Schardt,
if the C. -A. A., nosed out Nash,
if the I. A. C.. for third place.
Ray failed in his effort to shatter
he Central A. A. U. 1-mile refcord.
Rain put the track in terrible conlltion.
and the I. A. C. runner covired
the distance in 4:27 1-5.
Phil Spink, of the C. A. A., and
joren Murchlson, of the I. A. C.
led for individual honors. The forner
won the 440 and 880-yard runs,
ind the latter the 100 and 220-yard
Kain caused several delays, and
t was dusk wH?n the last event
iras decided. Summaries:
Mile run?Won by Jole Ray (I. A.
I.); second. Schardt (C. A. A.),;
hlrd. De Swarte (C. A. A.),; fourth,
vochanski (I. A. C.). Time. 4:27 1-5.
440-yard run?Won by Spink (C.
L A.); second. Butler (I. A. C.);
hird, John (C- A. A.); fourth. Preniss
(I. A. C.). Time. 0:50.
100-yard dash ? Won by Loren
lurchlson (I. A. C.); second. Sol
lutler (unattached): third. Sweeney
X. A. C.); fourth, Set Wright (I. A.
!.). Time. 8:10.
120-yard high hurdles ? Won by
Corgnes (C. A. A.); second, D. W.
Cimball (C. A. A.); third, A. N.
indrews (C. A. A.); fourth. Ooetlts
L A. C.).
Pole vault?Won by Knourelen (I
L Q-); second, Landowskl (unatached):
third, Graham (C. A. A.);
ourth, Collins (C. A. A.). Height.
2 feet 6 Inches.
16-pound shot?Won by Clark (C.
L A.); second, Hulacher (I. A. C.).:
hird. Dale (I. A. C.): fourth, Howes
I. A. C.). Distance. 42 feet 9%
Running high Jump?Won by Alerts
(C. A. A.): second. Osborne
LT. of 111.): third. Treweoke (C. A.
.); fourth. Lyons (I. A. C.). Height,
3-mile walk?Won by Zeller (C.
.. A.): second. Foster (Detroit Y.
t. C. A.): third. Bawley (Logan's
quare X. C.). Time. 24:04 4-5.
The Chickalacka nine defeated
ne Sherwood Yankees yesterday by
score of 10 to (, on the Brookland
iamond. Noon pitched well for
He winners, allowing but alx hiu
nd striking out twelve. He also
athered four hits In Ave trips to
ie plate. The ChRkalarkaa have
pen dates for the afternoon of Auust
27 and any Saturday or Sunday
uring September. Manager C. G.
urton can be reached at 152 F
tree t. southeast.
Music to Feature Benefit.
The Knickerbockers and a picked
am from the Knights of Columbus
rague will play for the benefit of
>e-Cnthoilc Women's Service Club
L American League Park on Sep;mbv
1. Two bands will be on
Itnu> to odd to the gaiety of the
RS ENJOY LIFE
These are three typical picti
Potomac as it really exists. Uppe
where, under the shade of tall
hours are passed by several Was
named Pard's, a camp situated a
j overlooking the Potomac River;
Ideal, a spot where the kiddies wh
Colony Attends 800 S
The Spirit and
Midsummer time is carnival time
on the Potomac.
The main event of the past week
was the fmpromptu Mardi Gras
staged at Dreamland.?more properly
the Land of Dreams.
Wednesday evening the event,
though not widely heralded, drew
a continuous stream to the spaclous
floors. The birch fleet carried
a crowd of 800 campers and
their friends to an evening of fun
The proprietor of this by-therlver
resort plans to continue the
events on the Wednesday evening
of each week as long as they are
Noticing the success of the carnival,
Individual camps have been
centering their activities on similar
but smaller affairs. The Drifters
staged a watermelon party and
entertained over the week-end a
large crowd. ?
Raccar Canoe Club, one of the
largest groups 1n the colony, held
a great party Monday evening, and
many neighboring camps sent dele- :
Many came SromAnchor Inn.
The Anchorites too, have been on
the g?. with twenty frltttds shar- <
Ing last Sunday's evening meal. '
Each Sunday afternoon they Invite guests
to swim, ' hen there's a
Clever program of mu'slt and dancing.
Mr. and Mrs Conrard announced <
the purchase of Sleepy Hollow
camp. Just a stone's throw below
Anchor Jnn. Mrs. Conrftd declares I
Sleepy Hollow *ltl be a scene of
crowds and fun Tuesday, Aug. 2J,
when the boys who are In the camp
release their Interest In It. Conrard,
troubador extraordinary, Will
soon take the sleep out of the i
Jt was at tbi% tamp too. that an 1
echo of the carnival .at Dreamland I
- was v heard. Foster. Franklin, l^evy.
i . . ;
m m "%
UN POTOMAC ;
yVifc "., v
S- i fl HI
W .A| jMAyi aKf
ires, showing camp life on the
r left is Wilkens Olympic Camp,
friendly trees, many delightful
hington families; upper right is
t the foot of a huge rocky hill
the iowe picture shows Camp
ile the long summer hours away.
jfas at Resort
1.frWler' Mrs. Brooke. and
Mr. and Mrs. Cox vouched for the
"fair, saying it was the best the
river has experienced in many
With the carnival. however,
r* ha? been no let-up in work
ior the canoe rcKatta,~ to take place
Aug:. 21. Every camp along the
j\ver wl11 b? entered, according
..#re,ent Plans. and competition
will assuredly be hot.
The course of the races will stfcrt
at the Haccar and end at the Colonial,
and each club will contribute
a nominal sum to purchase
pennants and tokens for the
winning' canoeists. Mrs. Cox and
Monte Crosse will represent Anchor
Inn in the mixed doubles, and the
ether members of the camp will be
The Irish Legation will send
Purty with the expectancy of cooping
all honors. They were present
in a body at the Dreamland
carnival and this affair gives then* I
ll,p incentive to stage one of thair i
J>wn?a private affair?at this UancIng
pavilion In the near future. 1
* itsgerald. Hardy, Utoff and Brick- J
ey are considering arrangements. 1
Up at the camp of the 15lack
Cats, past the quarry, there have 1
been some happy times. The entire
crowd left the camp Thursday, and
landed at the home of Miss Mar- '
irar*?t Corftelio. 25 N street north* '
*e?t, to attend a watermelon party '
u " ' 4
Everyone, bedecked in a fancy ]
colored bU>, joined in the watermelon
eating contest. The lawn *
was decorated with Japanese Ian- J
terns and dancing and games were
features. One of the attractions of
toe evening was a prise waltz
which *ras won by Frank Mischon ,
*nd Miss Helen Sullivan. Other ,
winners of* games were' Joseph Sul- ,
it van. Miss Eleanor Dickson. W|l- ?
bur Sartwell, Miss Florence Kugitc, j
and Charles Connors.
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DLL A RET
^Miv i j
9vG^9!^ fflil 1
oBnBf^BBw ^b V5sBBI
Suburban Net I
Tourney Opens i
Play in Singles Tournament
Will Be Begun
Play will start today on four
courts In the Suburban League ten- ]
nls singles tournament. There are j |
4 g intrieS, who will be divided |
equally among the Argyle, Racquet, j '
Hoi mead and Capital courts. First | '
round matches will start at 2
o'clock, and second round matches (
Immediately after. The singles
tournament. will be played on sue- j
cessive Sundays until completed- 1
Drawings for the doubles tournament
will be made next Saturday, i
and play will start next Sunday at 1
2 o'clock. Here is today's schedule: j j
Matches for Argyle Courts:
FitJt round: May, P., vs. Calian, 1 ,
H; Cleary vs. McCathran. 1
Second round: Knapp vs. Burwell: j
Mancan vs. Leakin; King vs. Mayfield;
Polk vs. Beale. J
Matches for Racquet Courts:
First round: Metsler vs. Benton;
Minnlx vs. Sickler; Robinson vs. i
Henderson; Spence vs"| Phillips; ;
May. M.. vs. Beadle; Klslliukgen vs. |l
Clarke. # j j
Matches for'Holmead Courts: '
First round: Brown vs. Somer- j
kamp; Fowler vs. Thurteli; E. Bal- s
lender vs. K. I)owd; J. Dowd vs. j '
Shepard; Ridgeway vs. W. Ballen- ! ,
ger; Stewart vs. Foster.
Matches for Capital Courts:
First round: Newby vs. Haas: Carr
vs. O. Howensteir*; Burke vs. Hills; i |
Seward vs. R. Howenstein: Hoffman | ,
vs. Pierce; A. May vs. Stenker. I i
SPORT NOTES \
NEW YORK. Aug. IS.?"Put your |
money on Carpentier is my advice." <
Dempsey said when asked who Was
going to win the Gibbons-Carpentier'matqh.
"Carpentier is the best
In the world for his weight," the
champion continued. jr
Jack Lelivell, former major j
leaguer, now playing in the Western |
League got his two hundredth hit i?
of the season yesterday. It was a"B
Mike Collins, n.anager of Mike r
Gibbons, announced today that fie 1
is going to take the St. Paul phan- <l
torn abroad in search of more fame
and fortune. He has signed up with jj
J. W. Horsefleld, of Loudon, one of
the biggest booking agents In Europe,
and Gibbons will show his
wares in England. Iceland, France.
Germany. Italfr and the Norse countries.
Later he will invate the Orient
and Australia returning to the
United States via- .Honolulu next
The contract signed by Collins Is
one of the most attractive of its
kind ever closed by an American
manager. Under its terms Gibbons
Is to receive $290,000 and expenses
with a privilege of a percentage of j
all big bouts. After returning to |
the United States he will have 1
twenty weeks in vaudeville.
"Fin eager for the trip," said Gib-1
Ijons today, .'but I sure would likej
to take the middleweight title along
with me. It's much nicer to be
booked as a champion. I hope to
meet and beat Johnny Wilson" for
the title before leaving."
Gibbons is g^ing to take his
father as far as Ireland, he said.
Josef Guillemot, the French runner,
will probably return to .this
country late in the fall to participate
in some of indoor meets that
u*e now being arranged. While In
Lhls country last year he took part
n one race and was defeated. He
wras called home before his American
invasion was completed to finish
his enlistment in the French
40.000 In prises will be the attraction
used to lure world famous
automobile drivers to the Uniontown,
Pa., speedway on I^abor Pay.
The mile classic will have p.
r-rge *>/ $22,500 to be distributed
among the winner*
1 > - 4 .?
KiSite- '.'Jm*. - * '
In Victory C
Victor Flashes Most
In Winning in Stra
And Voshell B<
'Iron Man9 Stunt
By Watson Givets
Braves Two Wins
^oston Hurler Gees 18
Innings, Allowing Bat
2 Hits in Second Game.
BOSTON. Aug. 1?.?John Wataon
111 the Iron min stunt today when
he pitched two victories for the
Braves over the Phillies. The first
time v.-as 4 to 3 and the second
) to 0. Scores:
Phila. Ab H OA] Bo. to" Ak H O A
lluiiuit. 4 u 0 i Pewell.ef... 4 4 0 J
1 .Km1 tli. 2b ( 1 ? l-Barliare.w. S J ? J
l<ek'Teatt.rf 4 2 1 iDthwortk.rf 4 1 ? o
Walker,U.. 4 I 1 o;cr?lM.lf J ? J J
honor.lb . S III 0 Baeekellb.. ? *
William*.rf 4 14 0 IMke.lh... * I1' J
Porkiooa.aa 4 0 1 l|Foed.2b 4 8 4 I
Patera.e... 4 2 1 2 0 Selt,c.... 1 4 1
Hubbell.p. 0 0 0 1. Wotous.p... 3 0 0 ?
Mfwkk F 2 0 0 2'
Winter*.p.. 0 0 0 1
W'ltow... 1 0 0 0 r
Hae 1 ? 0 0|
tBruggj... 1 0 IM>
Total*... 33 S 24 ul Totala 2S S 2T 15
Batted for liubbell In third. t Batted for
Mialrk IB accent*. iBatted for Winter*
Score by lining*:
Bo.too 120 00100 s?4
Ran?1 Smith, Koney. Williams. Powell
Roacket. Hoik.-. Ford Two boae lilta? Powell
121. South worth. Tort. William* Tbfee-boae
kit tcbourreao Home run -Hoik. Sec
rlftre hit.- Barb.ro (21. O'Nell (21. Halka
Double play?Ford to Holke. Bo?e on iaile?
off Wat*, to. 2: "If Beds wick. 1. lilto?off
Hohbell. S In 2 Inning-: o* Sedgwick. 3 In
t Innlns. o(f Winter. 1 In 2 lnnln?a. Btrack
sot?by Wataoo. 2: by Hebbell. 1 *l|d
pitch ? Sedgwick I.o*tng pitcher? Bubbell.
Umpire*?IXcCormick a?J Kteia.
Phili. AbHOAl I to. ton. Ah H 0 A
Monroe.Sb. 4 0 4 Powell.cf... J J |
Smlth.2b... 4 0 4 S Bartmre.a* i 1 2 1
[.eb'.ees.rf * 0 0 O S'thworth.rt 4 2 4 J
Walker.cf. S 3 OlCmlae.lf .... 5 3 ? ?
Koney,lb. . 3 0 1(1 (I Roeckel.ib.. 4 1 - 1
W'atoee.lf - * 1 ? onelke.lb... 4 1 ? J
PirkiiM m 3 0 1 ... 3 8 1 1
Brmtm * . 8 1 3 fj<VT?etl.e.... 4 14 1
Winter*.p. 2 0 0 4'Wataoa.p.. 4 0 0 1
?Le? 1 0 0 '
Totals... 29 2 24 111 Totala... ?S 14 27 ?
Betted for Wlntera In sloth.
Boor* be toning*:
loaton 20040020 s-S
Bun* ? Powell. Barbara Craloe. Boeekel.
Ilolke. fort. O'Nell. Wataon Error?!-?rk|e.on
Two-hoae hlte?Wrlghtetone. Brn?sy.
Powell. Three-baae kit.? Boeekel. Stolon
a,?oa?Powell. Ford Sacrlllce hit?PVowell.
!<?.? on ha 1 la?off Wlntera. * 8t-tiok nut?
Wat.on. ?; by Wlntera. 2. Cmpireo?
Mem and M.-Cormlck.
Pirates Get Only Four
Hits, But Beat Cubs, 4-3
PITTSBURGH. Aug. 15.?The
tagoe-leadlng Pirates turned four
sits into four runs and trimmed
he Chicago Cubs the fourth
tralght game here todax. 4 to 3.
The one-tnnlng rally Included a
tome run by Robertson. The
Chicago. Ab H O Al Fittabor-gh Ab H 0 A
TUck.rf... 4 12 0 11'rlHe.a... 3 1 1 ioll.x-her.aa
4 0 0 1 Blgbce.cf... 2 1 ' 1
iellcl.er.2i> 4 0 1 4 Bohert.nii.rf 4 14 0
leal.tb.... ? 2 0 3 Barnhart.Sb 3 0 14
Karber.lf.. 3 1 2 OITiernec.Sb.. 3 111
loi-elef... 4 1 2 0] Whltted If.. 3 a 3 0
;rime*.lb.. 4 0 IS OjOrimm.lb.. 4 0 10 1
w 1 lllfer.c.. 3 2? O'Brottem c.. 8 ?? 8 1
Warrrl.c.. 0 0 1 OlGlaaner.p. . 3 0 14
Twoyabley 1 0 O
rn i awn.p. 2 1 0 S',
^Mariott.. 1 0 0 01
Tbeerea.r- M 0 l|
Total*... 88 H 24 12! T*?tal? ? 4 27 14
Hatted tm rreerm.a In aerenth.
tBatted for OTarrell ta nlatta.
Score by inainctbtrafo
^Utehurgh . 00000400 *?4
Run*?Deal. Barber. Mal?el. MaranTllle.
lifbee. Robert v>n. Barnhart Error*?Hoi
>cher. Kelleher. Brottem. Two baae bltw?
e? (2). Blfbee. Tiemey Home
rt?on. Racriflee h1t??Barber. Whltted.
lerner. Stolen ba?e*?Blrbee. Flack. al?r Tine.
Donble pUy?tilaaner to <;rtmin
lit br pitched ball-By Cheere* (BambarTL
lanes oa ball*?Off Treeiaaa* 1: Cheery. 2:
; lasner. 1. Rtnnk out?By Treeaaan. by
heere*. 1; by O.laaoer* 1. 'fft
'hicsKo. 5; Pittaborjh. 0. I mpire*-wO Day
ad Brennan. Attendance?14.000.
"Hutch" and Barnes
To Decide'21 Champ
SEW YORK. Asg. IS.?A fcattle
royal of the galf link* ketweea
the two greatest player*
at the year la ehasoplaashlp
coa*petttlea has heea arrawaed
for I.ahor Day over the llaks
( the iosodrlrw Clah. It was
Joofc Hatehlooa. wlaaer of the
Brtttoh opes rhaaplosaHp at
St. Aodrrw*. aad Jim Baraes.
Amrrlra* hlae Hhhoa holder,
have heea matched far a S?-hole
rompetlttoa for a pane of
the wlaaer 4o take doava Sl.230
aad a rsp to he fcaowa aa the
Soaadvlew trophy, valaed at
gSM. The Victor la thla aaateh.
It la pot a ted oat by the elah ?frlala.
srllt he eat I tied ta claim
the world ehaaoploaahlp for IBI.
ICAMDAVC GOI.F COtJRBK.
!?. K. Aug. 1*.?Georsce Daaraa
aad A he Mitchell. RHtlah golflag
laaolaartea. thla afteraooa
heat Tarn *c?amara. aaat(ached,
aad Jack DowUag. tho
home pea. alx ap aad foar ta ga
at thirty-aim Lalea la aa eahlhltlsa
match at the eoarae af the
Oa the aaeoad roaad Mitchell
hy gettlag als?y-als eatahllahed
a aew eompetltloa record. *ls?yfaar
haa heea daae la practice,
hoovever, hp Dowllag.
hrer Miss Goss
igfat SeU? Richard. saten
r ABTRra mhimi. ;
SEABR1GHT, M. J.. Aug. 11?Mr*
Moll* BJurstedt lUllorr, the waaitr
|M of a few 7Mrs ago, rurfW
to 1I1T today and bMM the wonder
In tb? lul mad of tfce ?? ? ?
slBflM of th? annul Invitation toaBl>
tournament of the hakrlfM
Latb Tennla u( Cricket Club she
defeated Mlaa Goaa In two brilliant
eta at M, l-l
On Thursday XIea Goes, a tall.
hard hitting girl of grant promise,
won an amaalng victory ower Mary
Brtrwae. the California girl who had
been counted upon to beat off the
attack of Susanne Lenglen. of
Franca. . ?
The French flri has arrived. Monday
the women'a championship Mgins
at Forrest HIHa. Apparently
It will be wonder girl against wonFor
as she played today Mrs. Mal1
lory was wellnlgb Invincible. ? *
1 was extended to the limit. MJs*
Gosa plsyed brilliantly- She scored
twenty-three earned points. Just as
many as Mrs Mallory. But now
excepting possibly Mile. I*"#"
could have beaten her, and so Si"
Goss, w*o might have defeated ?n>
one but Mrs. Mallory. passed on to
defeat. .. .
The youn* women. It wa? er14ert
had devoted considerable thoaght u>
their dress, but once the match began
they concentrated complete!*
upon the buslnesa at hand. W *
thought of complaint or PO*^?'r
puff. Just tennla and victory. The
covered the court with the agl'IV
of panthers. They plunged Into
rallies with the fbr of enraged
tigers, and altogether the result tsi
a rarity in women's play.
There wai none of the eonnesa
which characterises the games "f
men. They drov, <he ball back and
forth hard and relentlessly. T1**5
! tore after the ball with savage de
termination, and back and forth the
pendulum of victory swung In the
I >tret set. It eeemed that the *ar?
I with which they set out In purI
suit of victory could not but toe
lost. but as the play promi tfcsel.
1 their efforts took on added Intensity
and finally Mrs Mallory broke
| through, but only after the set had
gone to fourteen games. In th'
I eleventh game, with Mrs. Mallpo
I leading. ?5. and within one point
i of winning the set. Miss Goes le?
loose s storm of terrific drives w"i>
. the game and squared the set, only
II to lose it when Mrs. Mallory dllf
I nnon the last reserve of her apparently
inexhaustible supply of en
,rK> a ad won the thirteenth and
The second set of the play, ?!
to the fifth game, was of the >-amkind,
but here Mrs. Mallory f -rgv.1
to the lead Miss Goss playd a<
she did In the first set. She drove
brilliantly and accurately, but Mo
alallory was Invincible today
Watson M Washburn and R. Not
rls William, nam-d yester<?a> :tmembers
of the team which is t
defeno America'a claim to the Uavis
ifup. defeated Vincent Richards ar-l
S-sHoward Vuahell -n the final r<-u>. i
oT the doubles. The match * as :
[series of volleying duels at the neW
; and the acore was 10??. * ?
Cards Trounce Reds
On Soaked Field, 8-1
t S.T. IXH-'IS. Aug. IS-?'The Canli
1 nals beat Cincinnati on a rain
! soaked field here today. * to I. It*"'
i made Its appearance at the start oi
'the fourth stanaa and delayed tr.?
_at:te for more than an hour Score
| Clneinaatl Ab H 0 Al ?' ?? '? f *
TSeale.rf... ? ? t o ?-!?*.* * * 1 ,
j Bohm4 0 1 J : * r.reh.Sb
...? 1 1 'M*- |
' Rou.h.cf . ? 2 1 0|H??W*y.?. J ;
Ilaubert .lb ? 1 1 T.T \, 1 "1 ..
Brea.ler.lf 3 ? I ? Melius J .If. J - J ?
Wiago.c? 4 ? 7 ?.l*e?s.ns... * " ; f
Kepfes. I 1 5 2 .. 4 I ? J
Ifronabne.p. 2 0 0 *Duak> 110 1
Cearjp... 0 0 0 ?;
H?r|niT?. 1 0 0 ^
Total*... U n 24 U*| Total* ? 14 ~ II
Score by lnntnr* .
Cincinnati 411 J ? ? T ? 7 ?"~i
8t I??K ? 1 "* 1 \ ? 1 .
Rua*-Brevier. *mitb. Maeller.
Ilnn^hr (2). Fowraler. ClMMaa. lK??k
rr?r? - Bonah. Wlsfn, HHome
Hornsby. Foumior. Rurrifit* hlt?- Iaa*?n.\
TViak. Mm ha*e??lr?U D-*
Ftork to HoraabT to Foumler: U*M ?
Hornabv to Fourai^r W1M pitch -Donahue
H.hf or balls?Off l>oak I; of l+mmh**. 2.
?inK-k <mt By lK*k. ky I*H..ho*. .V b'
(^srr. 2. Hit*?Off IVmakue. 41 hits and ?
n,B. u 6 taalac*. ? * (^r,, Fhits 2 rata
2 lnaiaff*. Vaipirea-llart aad k.m?iK
Giants Score Four Run*
In 7th, Beat Robins, 4-3
NEW York! Aug U?Four
runa scored m the aeventh Inning
K?ve the Giants a ? to t victor>
over the Robins here ttys afternoon
and enabled tl^em to break even la
the aerlea. Four hits, an error, a
pass and a hit batsman scored the
runs Tho score:
i^alra ASHOA New^ AS R 0 A
OIMS.U. .. ? 0 0 ?iB?rti..ef . J # 1
Jobn.ton.Sb 4 0 4 4 |t...croft ". 4 2 i .
tlrtffIth.rf. * 0 1 0;rrtorti.?... ? . 0 I
Wheat If. .4 0 2 enBg.tf... 4 15 0
Ur?:"t . ? 2 a HKeiir.ib. .. 4 * s l
Heb.ndtlb 4 111 jtMeor*"- J ? J !
2b. . 4 11 ? llawMaga.Jb 4 * 4 1
Miller e 2 0 * li?ny*?r.e 2 ? 1
Mitchell.p.. 2 0 0 ITodcj p.... 4 t , I
Reutber.p.. 1^1 JO J>|
Tnol! ..*2 5 24 141 T?*ala M 11 27 !
Sew *er? l???l|44i-<
Kusa ? virtlflUi. M.ren. Klldug. Bern,
nenrroft. Hswllngi.. Tooef. Brow.
(.nffith. M.rer?. Bancroft Two toa?r ?IU-?
Bancroft. Kanlins- Hoele res ? M.^r-r
Hacriace bit?Mller. Stolen ha>?. FrWcb,
You us Struck out?by Mitchell. 2; bf
luuet. 4. Baaea on balln?flg Mitchell. 2!
oil fonej. 1. Double pisyn?Scbm.iMtt 14
Miller to Kchaaaedt; Jobnaos to KIWoS Hit
by pitched hall?bj MKcbeU (Bascroftl:
Kestber ISnjOar, Burn.I. Left n? ba?a
Brueklys. S: >ew Verb. 14 l)?Ht*e?W?r
ler sat Moras. Atteedasee?St.enu
W. U. PUvs Ysnks Today.
The Western Union night fore*
team will hook up with the Yankee,
A. c." thli morning at ! :? o?[
Monument Lot diamond No. 4?
Itrooks will toe the alab for.XU'
Tolegraphcrsi with Dakla aa tSe
mound tor the Yaaka.