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GRIFF BUYS LEADING SOUTHERN LEAGUE PITCHER
A * . _______________ '
James Phillips, With 25 Wins,
Secured From New Orleans
Star Will Join Nationals Sunday?McBride to
Be Supplied Material to Bolster Weak
Staff in 1922
mr jack xnc.
If Gears* McBride can take a Boston Here to Bid
for Fourth Place
greater part ot tha muco. ona la H.sk Daffy's Boston Red Sox
ymajUxt to wonder what be might wc her* t?4ay for a ?M?le of
da viU aa efl^Jefit bnnch of slab- same* wit! the Grtffa aa4 by fbe
. tla* they leave fa# other rllaei
H will be deflaltely kaewa
Tha U>wr to this riddle will whether VrBrMt'a baya latead ta
rrabaUy ba ksowi next seaaon. If akld late the aeeaad dlvtalaa.
tba fataa sura kind to tbe popular Xwa vtctariea far tbe Baam
toalaaa will fcae^k tba GrMhaea
w?a|to? aaaait'- lata 1ft h place aad raaae much
l*mm atara determined to get aB*vi?h ta laeal faado a.
sodc real pitchers or boat tba treas- la aa effsrt ta briag aa ead ta |
nry. FnUnt Griffith to been *a-a*i-er wkl'k *"
" seen kla team lose 11 Ht of Ita
laalfin wp with promising minor last u tIarii Manager MrBride
laian fas' setae weeks. Mm or will probably atari Kaarge *?t?*
baxaaa ten already been added *???* ,k,? aftrmoow. If ?r- i
- ta tba rcater cf the Griffs In pre- ' * victory foe |
fee- tka 1?? cawalfa. <? Orl?a, the veteran lefthander
? ' U the nr. I
" *"*. After tbe departare af tbe Red
Jana PtHUj*. leading pitcher of Sox, the GrWi will he "at hometha
graasi a^aciation. u the, ta the A'a for one a a air and then
- -i._ i__. to all of the W rat era leama. re. j
l?*raa alar to become their awn bark yard
tha laiawlj of Washington. Presi-1 ??11 srptrmber s?. when thrr 1
M Griffith anouced laat night open n (oar-cane aerlea la Boothat
ha had! Hoard a deal with'
l^oaj DaMa for this pitcher. who
131 J ipail to Mjutager McErlde: *
?*? u. MD. AND G. U. HOLD !
thara*p haags a tale- I ______
w?e* GrtfSth urged that Phil- , . . . _ .... . ?
irj? h. neat ta wuu.re, ,>?* Indulge in Conditioning Exer"tajra
a*Oa ba was informed by cisea at College Park?To
JMha that there must he a delay of ^ .
amni daji. Start Real Work Today.
1? wlthla one pni of tba
Southern Aaoociation Hot wather put something of a
raoari for total victories."* said ' quietus on tbe football practice of
""aa* Wa ara toiiu to fiTt i University of Maryland and George
hMlachaaoa ta da it." Washington at College Park yesterl^eoyaaza
ago Phillips was wltb qaj The men turned out in track
[ _ ClnK Wl was sent guita an<j weQt through a few con.
^ ^ Norther da- jitioning exerilses. passed the ball
ralnpnaiL His inability to control , . _
baB ia said ta bava been cured. *?d *** ?Ut * feW neW Play#iXhabaow
looked upon aa a Tw,mtT Maryland men were on the
tafahsd product. ; fleld> including two new prospects
Tha price paid for tha New Or- i for th? "ashman eleven. Hough, a
lana ? aduit not bean given 'onner Tech guard and Hocksbaw.
?at, IS la paid to be a largo one. ' who Played fullback for Gonzaga
and IncJadaa several players to be High last year.
delivered later. Eleven men. including rtve. regu-1
' b af Wew Pttebera. Urs from last year's team, reported
With all Of this new talent com- to Coach Bryan Morsr. of George!
lac oa. there are Jnat three mem- Washington, for their Initial work-!
t~ra of the present pitching 5talf ouL ^ Ttgui?a were Capt. Haw.
hare who ara anre of their jobs. . . ? . .
_ t4 _ _ w . _ ley. tackle; Ppingston. quarterback:
Walter Johnson. John Thomas Zach
ary and the reliabla Georga Mo- w"ter' linem?n; wh",<'- ???"an
grldge ara the partial Th. other. ,nd m?n?on- b?ck xmob* th? re"
ara going to hare the stiftest kind cruita wrre shaw- end; Wheeler.,
of oppoaitlon next aprlng. If they lineman; Connelly, lineman. Sinney.
hang oa that long, and if these new- (lineman: Radclifle, back and Jawiah
comers live up to expectations there , back. The two Loehler boys also
will ba a bunch of new faces around ! "ported, but did not come out for
when the team gets back from 1 practice. It is not expected that
Tampa. the George Washington squad will
Here are some of the minor | reach its full quota until Monday,
league pitchers from whom a win- i Practice will commence today in
ning staff may be moulded next sea i earnest, with the arrival of the
son: Frank Woodward, from New Delaware College squad, some two
,*veuti?? "p?rt? 'od?": Francis. dozrn strong, at College Park. All
r^thrps Co^u'^ 't^ t?m, expect to get down to
former Oglethorpe University star! bu"n*" and. wi" Probably put in
from Columbia. South Atlantis a ^ueuing afternoon.
league: McGrew. big right-hander |
from Galveston (Texas) League:
Mcllree. semipro from Wisconsin:! p a .
Don Bardette. pitcher for Boyd In .syyirf tvotgs
the Mjntgomery County l^eague'
and Shore, a product of Guilford ??
College. North Carolina. j new york. Sept. Entries for
In addition to Phillips, Outfielder the senior polo championship, to be
Goslin. the Sally League outfielder, held as a feature of the National
who was bought after personal in- j Polo tournament at the Philadelphia
spection by President Griffith, will j Country Club, beginning tomorrow
report sunday^ and immediately i and ending September 24. have been
get Into the lineup. j announced by the Philadelphia Polo
Griffith expects much from this [ committee.
lad. He gives him credit for fceing The all-American team, playing
a sweet hitter, with only a few j as Meadowbrook, and consisting, of
flelding faults to be corrected. low L. e. Stoddard. Thomas Hitchcock,
balls seem to worry him. but Grif- Jr.. Watson WebJ? and Devereux
Hth saw for himself that h? could j Mllburn," will- meet' the Rock a way
go JSack and to the side with speed , team, made up of. . C. Ramsey. e.
snd eclat. w. Hoppiifg, Malcolm Stevenson, and
~~~- i j. Cheever Cowdln, on September 17.
T>rTinni*tx TjMw Clnsu> 11 was 3,80 ,nnoullced th?t a
uruggisis uupe change In the schedule for the open
Game to Navu Yard c?>amp!onsMp toprney had been
" made necessary by the late entry j
of a team to represent the PhllaXavy
Tard won a close game. s to delphia Country Club. The entries
4, rotn People's Drug Store yes- j of Rockaway. Meadowbrook. Freeterday
In Section c of the inter-! hooters, and Bryn Mawr amateurs
lrague series. Roche held the Navy! had been announced previously.
Tard to three hits, but Shortstop
B'ltchlnson's errors proved costly Advices from Jacksonville indicate
The Druggists rallied In the sixth j that all preliminary plana have been
and Just failed to tie the score. Me ; completed and that a race meeting
Copnell was the only man on either wi" he held at the Florida Metropolis
'ram to make more than one hit. j next winter. It will be fathered by
XaTyT*. MHOAI Paopira Ab H O a | local sportsmen, who have been acN?wto?.Jb
4 10 1 AaMr.3)> 2 10 4 Ave for th? last two years In efj2s"
? j f nl j ? i i forti to hrin* the sport back there.
r?a*2" * 1 ?h*ttkvb m i 1 ? ? th* - oral system of speculation.
1 o 1 1'Haraaa.r . i l i .! as is employed at New Orleans.
Skafwr.tk. * t OlCarvar.cf.. 2 0 0 ol b? u,?d- The State laws govrraaek.(b.
*11 2iit.lts.lf... lit n| ?rnlng wagering were closely
htarr.rf.. it 0 1 1'Hiaey.rf.. 2 0 1 0, studied by some of the leading at
; i ?l?ecke.p.... 3 1 0 1; torneys of the South last winter at
nrlw.p . j- the behest of the promoters of the
^.Jbtala..121 W Total...26 ? 1? 11 <1IfBtUr^1, an<1 ?nno<">c?Keen
by tanlnj. ment of dates will soon be forthXsvy
Tard 00s000 s?? coming. Trotting, as well as runPaoplaa
Drag store 01000s 0?4 nins racing, will be given, it is exBono?McCarthy.
Ffeaar. Smith, strraer. plained.
Preach. Hardy. McToaaell. Hreaaa. R*rh?. __
?1v The Metropolitan football circuit
ttf:b*" he In full swing before the end
Hlaar. Hatchlaaoa. sachlwa?McCarthy. of another week. New York UniHanay.
Doubla play?Bardy ta MrCooarll ver'ity and Columbia have comte
Haw... Left oa hoMa?Navy Tard 5. Pleted their arrangements to Join
Pwplaa drat 5. Baaaa aa ball.?Off Driver Rutgers and Fordham in the hustle
i, "11 rlllfll *nd 5?"'? ot Pre-araaon practice
1^? a- fcArr ~ ,8teV'n? J? P
into the whirl a few days later.
Boyers in New York. The double-header innovation at
NEW TORK. Sept 8.?Washington Harvard has already accomplished
buyers are registered hare as fal- one result. The varsity squad Is off
lows: Woodward and Lathrop? H. to the fastest start in years, in prepHospltal,
silks, velvets: Miss M. D. aration for the two games with
Collins, women's neckwear; Miss E Mlddlebury and Boston University
McGIll, laces, embroideries; Mrs. J. on stadium turf September 24. .
c. Nourse, Jewelry, leather goods;
J. A. Hobson. curtains, upholstety Judging from the Interest manlgoads,
nets; J. O. Moque. carpets, feeted by all around athletes, the
furniture, bedding: J. M. Buzsell, coming A. A. U. national decathlon
dress goods. >34 4th ave. championship, at Pershing iField.
a Kinn Sons Co.?Miss B. Gold- Jersey City, on September 24 and
man. trimmings. 422 4th ave. 21. will be a moap representative
A Usner.?E. L. Etchison, domes- competition, said Frederick W. Rulicp,
linens, wash goods. 220 Ith ave. bien. president of the Metropolitan
Braaltn. y Association A. A. U. today.
' . ;? Brutus Hamilton. University of
The senior national cross-country Missouri, present title holder- 8
championship, which Is scheduled to Hsrrlson Thomaa. Los Angeles A a
take place In Pittsburgh on 8atur- who iron the national all-ronnd
? ay. November 1?. wll be held over championship at Pasadena on July
the Schenley Park course. This |s 4 this year; Eugene Vital, the West
' "r "?>s? Important events on Point football player, who won a
the A A. U. list and some ot the place on the American Olympic
? distance runners In the country team last year, and many others are
"II} ooiapet.. entered.
' - -?v'. f . .
double by perkins
beat yanks in 9th;
babe: slams brd
A's Late Rally Wins, 6-5.
Ruth Needs But One
To Tie Own Record.
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. tlabe
lammed h's fifty-third homer thlafternoon
In the Yanks-Athletics game
here, but the Mackmen siosed out
the Yankees in the ninth on rerkini'
double, winning. ? to 5. Score:
Tutl AbHOAl PWU Ab?H?*
KMIIIeref 4 * ?l .. 1
peek mi ? o 2 4i Dyke?.2t>.. * 0 1 2
3 2 1 oic.w.iber.if 32 * ?
u,*acl rf 5 0 3 0' P?rklaa.c. 5 2 T ?
Flpwlb... 3 0 10 ? K.CoUlaa.cf 2 o 2 0
Ward.2h.. 3 1 3 SI MVana.lb ? 0 1 >
M'Nally.Sb 3 0 0 4IOillowiy.M 3 I 3
Scbang.v. 1 0 1 OiJWalkar.lb 4 1 8
f.Mi.1 2 0 0 ! ? ??*>?.. 3 0 0 4
nogera.p.. .2 0 0 : Johaaoa.. 1 ^1 J> J*
Total*... 32 5a2* 121 Totala. 58 ? 27 10
a-Two out wheo winning ma .coreo.
Johnaon battel for McCaaa la 1Kb.
Score by Inning. . ,
New Tort 003 110 OOO-S
PhlUdeipbia I??" ?wl''
Ran*?I*. MlUer. Peck. R?th Ward.
Witt, C Walker. ''"""vV Srfu?
wax. Error.?Ojkea, K. Colllna. ,, MgCy *'
lis lowsy. Two-baae hit*?C. ?*V
klaa. Three-ba?e hlt-Wltt. Home ruaRnth
Sacrifice hita-PlPP.McC"?"' "'
Pwt. Stolen bane?Z. Colli*.. nr...?
oa error?New York 3. Struck ?t. Jl J.
Colllna t. Rommel ? J?*1}?
W. Collla. 1. Roger* 4. BommeU ?. Doub e
play*?McCaaa ?o Dyk?. to J. Walker Hit
br pitched ball?By W Colllaa 2 IDyke,
a ad K. Co'ltaal. Hlta?Off W Collins 5 In 3
Inning*; Roe", t ia 5 23 Inning,.
baaea?New York ?. Philadelphia 10. la
ylrcs Ttmnrllr Mortality sod wtlaoa. Attendance.
Ellerbee's Single in 9th
Defeats White Sox, 4-3
ST. LOUIS. Sept. S.?The Brown,
defeated the White So* today with
a rally In the ninth Inning, 4 to J.
EUerte scoring Bayne with V single
Sheely followed singles by Hooper
and Mulligan with a drive over the
left field fence In the first Inning.
Bayne allowed but three hits in the
remaining eight Innings. Four
double plays were made by the White
Sox Infield. Score:
Chicago, uaoil St. Loot* Ab H O A
Hooper.rf.. 4 3 1 0. Tobln.rf 3 3 * 0
M"llig*n.3b 3 1 1 4?lerbe.3b.. J I J 3
CVtlllna **b 2 0 2 sl MM'f.lk. - 3 2 14 1
Sbe*lj lb s 114 SwiQMM.If 2 13 0
JiTJlf 3 0^0?Jacobw>n.rf 10 0 0
Strnnk.lf - . 0 0 0 yy-rrr^r,. 4 111
Mm?1! rf 4 0 0 0' GMter.ll. .40-4
1 3 5 McMann?,2b *12 4
Hrbalk.r. .. 2 0 1 0 Bayne.p 3 1.4
Wilkinson.p 3 ? 0 3
Bratchi... 1 0 0
TotaU.. 5" ??23 15! Total". .. 30 10 17 17
Batted for Talk ia eighth. tOne out
wbco winning ron acored.
? l?u.'. 00 000 12 0 1-4
Run. ? Hooper. Mulligan. Sbeelj. Staler.
MrMaaua. Bajoe 12). Home raa? Bbaely.
Sa''rifl**e hit.- Toblo. Sch.ik. ColUna. Mal.i jo
Double play.?McClelland to t olUn. to
Sbeeiy (2) i Colllaa to McClelland to MeeUr:
Mulligan to Kheely; Bayne to M'-Maaaa.
Bare on bailiff Bayne. 3; off W k naon,
7. Struck out?by Bayne. 1. by Wllklnaon.
1 Left on baaea?St. koala. ?; tb'cago. J.
Catplrea?Chill and Nallla. Time? 1:2T.
Tigers Give Tribe Worst
Beating of Season, 15 to 1
CLEVELAND, Sept. ? ?The
Timers banded the Indians their
wtrst beating of the season ?n the
liter's farewell home game of the
season. Detroit pounded iut
twentj hits an<" won. 1S-1. Sothoron
paved fi? way fee his own AVatetloo
by throwing wildly on a bunt and
allowing the Tigers to score three
runs in the fifth, when they should
have been blanked After that it was
only a question of the sixe of the
score. The score:
Detroit Ab H 0 A] Cl?reland Ab H 0 A
Tonus.lib.. 5 3 4 4, JatnicorUf i I
Jonea.3b... 5 3 2 3 Wamby.2b. 3 J 3 3
Cobb ct . ?34 1! Speaker.cf. 4114
V?arhlf . .. 5 3 1 ljWood.rf.... 0 0 1 C
H?ltaio rf 3 12 O'Miitb.rf..4 10 1
Bltw.lb.' 4 0? ojBteph son^b 1 0 0 1
Merrttt.aa. I 0 2 llCardner.Sb. 3 0 0 3
RawMt sa 3 3 1 I'Bewall.sa... 4 12 1
' 3 2 1 1 John?to*,lb 4 0 12 1
Daoa* t? 5 2 1 2'O Selll.c... 1 0 5 0
Short*i?.. 1 0 0 OlKhinault.c.. 1 1 t 2
'Hothoron.p. 2 111
(aldwell.p. 0 0 0 1
IciarkaP... 0 0 0 C
Morton.p .. 0 0 0 C
'^ ani 0 0 0 (
tTIenderaoa. 1 0 0 0
IfBiTM 1 0 0 (
TotaU .. 41 20 27 If I TotaU.... 1JJO 27 14
Itatted for Merrltt in fifth. tRaa for
O'Neill 1" *i*th 1 Batted for Cold well in
sixth. fB^tted for Mortoo in ninth.
??0? 3 S 2 3 0-13
"*'7'tlu, 000100000- 1
oV--Yoonf (1). Jeaea (2). Cobb (8).
Vaach 12). Hellmann. Sargent 15). Baaaler,
Danaa. Sewell Krrora-Tou^. SothorOTi (2).
Two-baae bits - Sartant Baaaler. V?ch.
Jamlaaon. Three bate bits ? Teach, Jooea.
Stolen bawa?Toanf. Yeach. f"r?*n' v^V
rlflce hit,?Merrltt. Ba?ler. Joneaa, Yi?ch.
Double playa?Sewell to Johaaton. t*ft on
baaes?Detroit. 2; CleTelaad. 10. Bsm on
baiia?off Danaa. 2: off Morton. l; off Sothoron,
4: off Culdwell. ll off Clark. 3 ?'< "
off sothoron. 10 In S 1 ? iaalnw: off CaWwell.
2 in 2-3 inning; Clar*. 6 In 1
Inrlnf Strnck out?by Dauaa 1; by Sotheren,
4; by Morton. 1. Paaaed balto?Shinatilt.
2. Loilnf pitcher?Botboron. Impirea
?Dineen nnd Oweni. Tlmt 2:15.
BaUenger Pitches Gibs
. To Win Over Winstons
The Gibraitars, winners in Section
A of the unlimited class, defeated
the Winstons, Section C ^winners. 7
to 4 yesteraay. Ballenger. on the
mound for tlwe Gibs, allowed but six
hits, three of which came in the last
"Shark" Beamer's hitting had much
to do with the Gibs' victory, driving
In four runs. Jett and Montague hit
home runs. Bateman pulled off a
spectacular catch for the Winstons.
Gibraltar* Ab H O A Wlnatona AbHOA
G.M'berg.2b 110 3 ?temanjf. 4 12 0
A. M'berg.lb 4 3 12 Htgglaa,3b. 2 0 0 2
Beamdt.a*. 3 2 11 r.Noone.cf. 3 2. J 0
Deck,lb... 4 14 1 Grady.Sb. ..2022
Jett.rf. .*. 4 12 OPetter.rf... 3 0 4 0
M'ugne.cf 111 0 Ronck.aa... 1000
Bager.e... 3 18 1 S'taaker.Sb 2 2 0 2
B'kaaoo.lf 2 0 1 1 W'dcock.lb .114 0
BaUenger,p 2-i 1 2'M.Koone/-.. * 0 4 1
1 McCoy .p... 2 0 11
Totals... 28 11 1? 10) Totals 24 o'l? *|
bcor* by Inning,: ...... .
Gibraltar A. C 0 * 11 ? 2~~1
Winston A. C 010 0 0 3?4
Baas?r. Noope. Grady. Shotsukar. Woodeoek.
O. Weinberg. A. Meioberg. Jett, linger.
Moetagae. Boebaaoa. Ballenger. Stolen
iaaea?O. Melnberg 12). A. Weinberg. T.
Nome Two-baae blta?r. Noone. Home
ran.?latt. Montague. Sseriflce hit?Ballenger.
Hit by pitched ball ? Ballenger
cWandeorkl. Strack oat?by Ballenger T;
b> McCoy. 4. Baae oa balls?by Ballenger.
2: by MeCoy, S. Paaaed boll"? M Nooae, 1.
I mulraa?Lgu? asd DaalaU. I lata?1:33.
'Cop' Stops Babe, Speeding; No Arrest;
Sultan Suspicious; <Cop* Ain't Cop
NEW YORK. Sept. ?.?Tber? Is think he had>e?n speedtna. and that
nothing In th. record to airy lie was Wit tu *'
_ ,k. .. th. Kin, wife and" two friend# baok Borne to
light ? tha propriety of the K.ln? th# Hotrl An>MlML
of Swat. In the atretch ,?f the pen- But the Babe .had doae that benant
race, rolllnc about in hl? tor*. No hard lick atofry bad erer
speedster at ? a. m. But that la the nY?a htm from ? mramona, ao when
hour of morning. according to H*? the atrajiger mumbled "don't do It
police report, when Babe Ruth agafu" aati started off "down the,
Jammed on hie brake* with a craeh street-In hla antiquated fllvrer. the
and a prayer when a. voice emanat- ball player ?pt suspicious.
Ing fro pi a rollicking fllvxer com- nutfi followed the t)o ^tr and by
manded him to draw up to the ourb a little maneuvering pinned the
ou a Bronx avenue. The threat that flivver against the curb, where.lt
sounded in O. Herman Ruth'a fars had t? stop. Then tie got out and
the last time he faced a magistrate asked to hav. another look at tlie
for spetfing bad not yet been for- badge. All thi^ excited tfce sua#tgotten.
clone jf Patrolman Henry Otto, who
A a efficient look In* individual took (tie entire party, badge and
! Stepped from the lighter car. drew all. to the Aleander street station,
back hla Jeft lapel, and, with that Bot the aelf-appointed apeed cop's
characteristic detective motion, motive wasn't discovered. He w?e
flashed a badse. "You've been James Valentine, and the badge
speeding." he accused Ruth. identified him aa a Consolidated Ga*
The great home-run hitter of the Company employe. But as he hadti't
Yankeea proceeded to tell the asked for money tbef* waa nothlns
stranger who he waa, that he didn't (to do hut forget the whole party.
Harking Bark. Washburn are not beyond all hope
"McLoughlin the Comet never had many laps.
at his best either a style or form.' *nd ^?re ' >oun? Vincent Rlch_
... ards with a game that at any no*
?Tennis critic. ment may brins him a kingdom.
Al> ... I,i?d ..... . .k.?. The upset may land upon tennis
^LtaZTof *11 " ? " " upon baseball or gelf?
H. Wa t asy fan. st all-W. .tyU not P'^sps sa frequently. but with
waa badly twiatod; AS n?i?r * thud. ^
Tha only stroke that ha could play ia- Cbaraeteelatlea.
oleed a lusty whack. ^ What are the ain ingredient# of
That let the hally pill deaoead wherever the leaders in the 1f2l championit
wu listed; ship?
It took no expert eye to mo hit atoff was Tilden?Terrtfle pace, court speed.
woree than raw, stroke variety, change of pace, long
That style. Variety sad Term had always reach.
foiled to moot him, Johnston?Spectacular forehand.'
His rolleyiac was on the snuff?his ears- ' ground strokes, wonderful determiiee
was a Saw. j nation?exceptional accuracy.
But / Williams?Brilliant but erratic.'
lit used to take an Awful Lot u host him. ; great variety of strokes, no ten
dency to play anything safe.
Wk? !* ? Ike Teamfa Scepterf Washburn?Steady, well devel-j
i If you will look back over the oped, all around game backed up;
tennis records of 1916?and that by rare Judgment.'
' wasn't so very long ago as the Richards ? Great variety of,
jackdaw Gutters ? you ^will run strokes, unbeatable one day, below
across this line?"W. T. Tilden, Jr.. form the next.
was beaten In the first round of the There are reveral others, but these
national championship by H. A. are the leading American stars
Throckmorton, 4?6, 6?4. 6?2. from whom mustcmfwveptaoishrdl;
8?6." from whom most Is expected. They I
That was the year that found look to belong.
Johnston and Williams in the final \ Few Ifa.
| round with Williams winning in aj lr #. f
a?a, niat> tU ' ir Tilden wins again he v ill tie
hlrt tin ' ,he mark now held b-v McUoughlin. j
'n ! .?.? I WllllSms and Johnston, who have
I tiih*. ,. two championships each. If John-|
iilden tnen was an unKno^ n. It a,rin _ ,??,,>?_ ? . i .. . _
I was not until 1918 that he suddenly
emerged from cover and by 1919 he three ^r Z*
was meeting Johnston in the """M Sears led .hi fieM TIT I r !
round at Forest Hills. A year later | w'Jlt ' 'If i1' ?' "
'he was to be world's champion. -lavine thrmich imnnm.nt Bn/*
. ? . . ?. .. .. , .. P'aj ing-tnrougn arrangement, and
And most of those discussing the I - ?fw - ,K
h-D:arn-", ?< " -^.nd on Phi.a- ^Ue?e^ 2eT?e !
. delphia turt are asking this ques- _____
lom- "Wl" U bE BiS " UU" Tilden defend^ his British title'
^ . . . successfully at Wimbledon, but *he
r . ao r faces a longer, harder march the
Rig or Little Bill of course are next few day?. He is in mucb betj
not pink-coated certainties. They ter shape after his reccnt r??t. for
are not the only two stars in this while abroad his nervous system
next championship. Not with Rich- was worn to a frazzle by OMprplav.!
ards, Williams, Washburn and Ave When he and Johnston me#t It is ai- j
or six more who can do a number ways a toss-up. and it will be about
1 of things with a tennis ball. the same on this occasion if fate
But as long as Tilden and John- tosses them Into the same pit.
ston reached the top peaks In 1919 - . and
1920. It is only natural they The marvel of McLoughljn's amazt
should be considered the two lead- ing slump after he conquered'
lng favored entries. Brookes and Wilding in successive
The Past Performance chart matches still remains. A double
doesn't tell the entire story, but it armful of reasons are offered an*;
is still worth looking over when in nually. But we have never yet seen
doubt. the mystery completely anveiled. In
This may be the year that shat- August. 1914, he and the world war
ters the old order and brings in an- seem to have broken together, one
other ruling king. Williams or to fade as the other ftarted.
A. G. O. Held Hit less by Cubs Hit in Pinches,
Two Elks Pitchers Trimming Reds, 6 to 2
The Elks had an easv time with CHICAGO, Sept. 8.?The Cubs hit 1
the A. O. p. nine In Section A of ?^Tto ^tln* ""I
the inter-league series yesterday. Cincinnati Ab H 0 A| Chicago Ab H O A
winning by a 14 to 0 score. Two Elk - J 1 1 sruekjf.... 4 0 : 0|
... . (iroh.Sb... 3 0 1 lSBollochor.oo S 1 I 4
pitchers. Owen and Patterson, let Bftesfer.rf SOI OtTerry.Zb... 8 l 2 "r
the A. G. O. team down without a ? f? J = S f
hit. Purdy was the* hitting star, with Dunene.cf. 412 l|TwomMy.cf 4 i 4 o
three b.ngles out o four trips. The ????? \ ? } JISM'.V i ? '?
score: Coumbe.p.. 0 0 0 liChttses^.. S 1 1
H O Al Elks.^ Ab H O A Totels 31 T *4 17' Tot^le SO ft **7 1*
loT'sfklb 2 0 3 0*Boacbo.2b.. 4 2 2 2 I hV fnnii.V K
!%sk\15 1 i 11 ^rl.IHV.V.ltl'.
vassal:: isSs--: i s ?
Creamer,r. 2 0 0 n Lyaa c ... 2 1 3 0 y, **? ,0,,
r I * * I bells?off Dons hue. 1; off CheeTOO, 1. Stolen
uaber.?.... * ? - J[ bsoe ? Twomhly. Double pUje ? Kopf to
j j j j c"
! Totala..,. 18 0 15 J) Total, 34 IS IS 6
Srore by ianlsto: r~??^^^ j
gika *.?.*!? ? ??? ^?,4 Minor League Results.
Runs? Roerhe, Blsir. n?iain, Jenkins <3>. - ,.^
ritsferoM. Carroll (2), Purdr (3), J^no. AKTRICAN ASSOCIATION
Owen Err ore?Purdy, Besneesr. MrLough- Lou l?i tile. 5; Toledo. 7.
lia. Creamer. MeCoffory (2). Two base hits Ia4 Is ao polls. 6 4: Colambae, 37.
-Bl.lr/ nugwald PurdT. Lms. atoles M
ty Benneeey, 1. riret baee on bo lie?off Rochester. 9; Toronto, S.
O'Brien, 2. Hit by pitched boll?by Owen Jereey City, 5-2: Newark. 12-1.
(Karaaaafh). Wild pitches?Henneessj, 2. Buffalo. 0; Byrsroae, 5.
Balk?O'Brien. Baltimore. 1; Reading, 4.
?and ample in size. B
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?And the best workmanship an earth?and H
' mix them both together, you can't help but fl
have a cigar that's "Plumb good clear through." B
3 for 25c
PHILS SCORE EIGHT
IN 9TH TO WIN 1ST;
SPUT WITH BRAVES
Boston's Six-Bun Lead
Wiped Out by Big RaHyT
v Hubmen Take 2d, 13-2.
.BOSTON. Aept. 1.?The I5r?re?
labored Ilka Trojan* and scored atx
ran* during th? flrst eight Innings of
. he nnt game ef a double-header
with thc Phillies hoc today. Then in
the ninth tb? Phil* ran up eight runs
Ju*t like that and Mok the same.
In the second same, ehamed to action.
the (Brares cleaned op. 11 to
1 Watson Droving rery effective,
while the Phil% boxmen were being
.flammed all over the lot. Tht
Phils AbHOAl Boa tec Ab H O A
Moaree.2b. 4 1 * ?i PoweU.ef.. Site
Killer.411 SC-tea?eiT.2k felt!
Leb'Teea.rf 5 S 1 I'H'tbwortk.rf 4 111
WIUIaa?.ef 4 1 * 1 Craiee.lf... 4 a 1 n
KooeO.lk 4 2 ? Z BeKfcri.Sk. 4 1 I
King.if 4 0 1 OlBotke.lb... 4 0 It 1
Piit'M.a 111 71 rore.W S 1 1 1
Pettr?.c... 3 1 2 OiGowdy.c... 5 1 7 ?!
Bruggy.C.. 4 4 1 .1
Winter*.p. 10 2 2McQuillan.* 0 0 0 0
Betu.p.... 0 0 0 n] .
W'steoe... 1 0 t of
Jim Smith 0 0 ? !
Totals.. . 33 10 27 1*| Totala 40 16 27 1*
Batted for Winters in ninth. tBattad
for Peters in ninth.
Score by innings:
Philadelphia 00000000 3?* 1
Boston 00110301 0-3
Bum?lfilier (2). Lebourreau. William*, j
Konetcby. l*arklnaoo. Wright* too*. J km
Smith. Powell (2). Chrl*t?nbury. BosekeL
Goody. Oeachger. Error*?Xos roe. Winters.
Christen bury. Boeckel. Twobaae hit?Monetrhy.
Throe-ba*e hit* -Konetcfcy. CbrtH-i
bury. Lebourreau. Sacrifice hit ? Bolkc.
Pa*e on bnlls-off Otk4-hi?r, 2; off Winter*.
3; off MrQulllian. 1. Struck out? by Oe*chger.
3; by Winter*. 1. Double play*?Moo ,
roe to Parklaoon to Konetchy; Christenbury
to Hoik*; Boeckel to ChriatenborT to Holke;
I^boarre.u to Parkin*on fto Monroe Hit I
by pitcher?Peters, by Oeachger. Hits?off
OrtrtTt. 8 in * 1-3 inning*: off Winter*. IS
is H inning*. Umplreo?Bigler sod Morac
Ptkla. AbH OA! Boston Ab H O A '
IIon roe. 2b.. 3 1 0 I Powell, cf. . 3 2 0 0
Miller.3b.. 2 10 1'C'eabury.2b 3 0 12
W'atone.Sb 2 0 0 0 8'thworth.rf 4 3 2 fi
Lebreau.rf 3 1 0 ICruise.lf. . . 4 13 0
William*.cf 4 0 2 1 Boerke 1.3b. 3 2 0 1
Konet'y.lb 3 2 7 2 Rolkelb... 4 4 13
'" lb 112 OTord.Mi 2 10 4
Kinc.lf.... 4 1 2 ojO'Neiii.r... * j ? v
Park'aon.ss 4 0 3 7,Wat*on,p.. 4 1 0 4i
Bm?fy.c.. 4 0 3 II
G.Smtth.p. 1 0 1 1|
Sedgwick.p 2 1 1 lj
Totals 33 8 24 IS Totals 34 IB 27 11
Score by Innings:
Philadelphia 000100010- 2
B~"? 3 io i 3 o o ???
Ron. ? Lebmtrteau. Petrel!
Routhwnrth (21. Ovbe <21. Beeekel (3) '
l!..lke. Portl. O'Velll (21. W.tson. ISrror.BraggT.
Boeckel. T??Hw hit. _ Hoik..
O Neill. rtree ka?e kite?Boeckel. ro>.||
Holke. ftacrlflce Ml??O'Neill. stolen h..?
?Rooth worth. 2; Boeckel. Bolke. Korti
'Ba*e on balls?off Wat*on. 2; off Smith. 2*
off Kedgewick. 1. Struck out?b* Watson'
It by Kmltli. 1; by Sedgewlek. 4 Do.hu
?Pord to Holke. Hit by pitched ballFord
by Smith. Hit*?off taith. 9 in 3
rtlnga. Tiaie-1:32. Umpire*?Mor** and ,
Yankees Want Games. i
Congreaa Heights Yankees want to
arrange games with any ful team in
Washington for Saturdav afternoon
at Congress Heights. Manager Jame
A. Faithful, em, be reached by phone
at Lincoln :?69.
I:. Full Dr
KNOW what v,
prices until you
the class of taile
rather you'd see
Here's big news
for men looking
for fall hats
CWtk ktti QC L^feJP JM
Fw fefts JL
Yaal pay two er three tiaes /)
f later; a* worU we ware k /A\/
Samples mean the maker's best in material and in workmanship.
Favored styles for fall?black and colors in the felts;
fa*ey stitched mixtures in the cloth hats.
The Hocht Co.
7th aW7 Where Price* Are Gmarapterd ///j af p
~ 4tnnf1in<rs \COUNTY TEAMS TO
League Standings. CROSS BATS SUNDAY
AMERICAN LEAGUE. clarendon. v?.. sept ?.?in the
V L. PC I * w L PC I third *ame ot th? county baseball
New York- 82 48 <12# Bonn ... ?2 ?t *M ! championship series next Sunday aff'leTeUnd.
82 SI .61''Detroit.... ?? 72 ?7I . . ? r>.rl?.i _?l ?1,. ,h?
1st Uxita.. 70 St .MS ifcieaco... .** 77 421 ternoon, Glen Carlyn will plaj the
* M .408 Pbila 47 61 867 Clarendon nine on the local diaYootarday't
Brtnltt ! mond- ,he Capitol Refining team
rinUdelphia. ?; New York i. ' will *' ? Cherrydale. the Arlington
Detroit. IS; Cleretaad. 1. team will play at Ballaton. and Del
St. l<oai>. 4; Chicago. S. Ray and Falls Church will meet at
<*mm T^.r ,
Bo.,,. St W.?,ia,t?. ; r??? Church "<S Clarendon at,
Detroit at Chleajo. | now leadins tn Sections A and E.
CiereUKi at St. Louii. | respectively.
New York at rbllsdelpiiia. ^^_
NATIONAL. LEAGUE. MARLBORO
fair a*d race*
W I.. PC.1 W. L PC. | ?e?t. l?t to lTta. Isr.
P1tr.hurfh 80 it .?il BrookUs ?? S4 .51# Soen *aoo? Daily; Pari-Kotoe! SetUnt
New York RS 64 Wciwianati. SO 74 ,44? Spea?l Trmio. no Cb-?.!?e.k? R F
St Look.. 74 SO ..VM Chicago... S2 SI .891 Ueare District Uae St S:S0 a. it
Boatos 72 ?2 iJT PhlU 4? SI .382 1:43 p m
Taitariaf'i KmiIu. ??
FhiLad^lphta. B; Boston. ? flat gam* l C 1 /~V /"V
Boatn?. It; Pfailafelrfcia. 2 K2m4 |U?.| r* L I I f II I
Chicago, S; ClBciaaati, 2. HRES VJ .U U
OtaM Today. 30 x?1/.
Chicago at Plttatwrgk. I Saap Tkra Cp!
Philadelphia at Boat or | CHAft E. KILLER. IWC.
Brookljn at New Nork. rcnn*rly Brr* Aoto *uprU Bnooa.
?t. Louis at CiacinMtl. g|) 14th 4 Dmti ^artfc af B
ess and Tuxedo Suits for Hire
ir Fall Prices
: is no argument. You simply cannot
ronderful value we'll give you at these
come here and SEE the materials and
>ring we put into our garments. We'd
than to try and tell you about them.
an & Co. SsS?
810 F Street N. W.
Saturday Evenings Until 9 ^=dl