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g s THE OGPEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. TUESDAY. JULY 13, 1 920. Ifi
I BROOKLYN NABS '
National League Games Fea
tured By Chasing of Players
CHICAGO. July If. Erratic field.
ing by Herr.og, Paskert; Hollocherl
and MerklOi coupled with weak pitch
ing by Martin and Hendrlx, enabled
Brooklyn lo win toth games of p dou
ble header from Chicago today, 13 to
4 and 10 to 2. Score: R ft. E.
Brooklyn . . 212 6 on 100 is 16 I
Chicago 100 010 1 10 4 8 5
I Butteries. Grimes and Miller, Tay
lor; Martin and O'Fat rell.
Second came: R. H B
Brooklyn 1 """ 10 1 : 0
Chicago 000 001 100 2 9 1
i Batteries: Smith and.Kru.eger; Hen
j drlx mid Killcfer.
J ST. LODI8, July 12. St. Louis de
I feated New York A lo 3 -In ten in
I nlnga today! Heathconfe scoring frotn
I second un a wild riteh demons wn.-
I put out of the same in the third by
I Umpire Quigley for disputing n de
ft cision. Score: K. 11. E.
I New York . . 02 000 100 0 3 6 2
I St. Louis ....300 000 000 1 4 8 2
M Batteries: Toney and E Smith.
I Haines and demons. Dllhoefer.
I CINCINNATI, Julj 12. Cincinnati
I won the opening game of the series
I with Philadelphia today In ten In
I mugs. 4 lo 3. Th Red Intleld was
I broken up by an injury to Ivopf and
I the suspension of Grot) for three rias
I htcause of his verbal attach on I'm
I plrc Morun last Saturday.
I Score: R 1 1 E.
I Philadelphia 001 002 "- :5 .". i
I Cincinnati ..110 010 000 1 -I 12 5
I Batteries: Bmlth, Cause j and Wheat;
I Fisher and win-"
I . PITTSBURG . -I
defeated ' ' - J to 2 in i i i
I Roston tied the score In the fifth. In
I the eleventh with two on Nicholson
I ratted for Idanu nd w i passed, iiil
I lug the bases, but. Filllnglm couldn't
I en the ball over foi B ron tig
I YVhltted In with the winning run.
I irnri f? II R!
H Boston 000 un 2 0 o
H Pittsburg 000 000 01 3 11 1
H Hatterles. Filllnglm an. I
H Adams and Schmidt.
I BOBBIE J'DNES
MEMPII Si Tmn.. July 13. Bobbie
Jones. Atlanta youth and the south
ern team. Jones. Thomas Prescott.
and Psrrj .iinn both of Atlanta, and
Pollack Boyd of Chattanooga won
honors in the opening round yester
day of the western amateur golf tour
nament Jom s smashod the course record
with a 63 for th- is boles, one better
than the previous profession lI rei ord
and two better than the amateur mark
The southern team won the Olympic
cup. the western association's iriedal
play trophy, with 299. The Si Louis
district team was second, three strokes
behind, and the Indiana golf associa
tion, of which team ' Chick'' Evans is
a member, was third with 321.
Richard Bockenkamp of st. Louis,
was second to Jones In today's medal
play with 72. Evans third with 73
ST. LOUIS TAKES
Eddie Collins Smashes Out
Home Run and Wins
Hi iST' 'N. July 12. (American I
St. Louis took the last of the series
from Boston 3 to 2 today Boston
outhll the visitors and had sixteen left'
i on bases. Score:
R. 11 F..
st. Louis 100 100 0103 B 0
Boston ...001 000 0012 12 -
Bat eriea; Van Gilder, Burwell,
Si. (boron and Severeid Harper, For
tune and Walters.
PHILADELPHIA, July 12. lAmor.
lican.) Ed. Collins' home run scored I
I the only tally of today's game Which
Chicago won 1 t" 0 Three scratch
hits were all 'he locals could get off
K. H. B.
I Chicago ' ...000 ooo ooi i 4 l
Philadelphia 000 0 .1 1
Batteries: Kerr and Lynn; Perry
' .i nd Perkins.
SET FOR JULY 26
. NEW YORK July 13. The Fred
Pulton-Horn Will" heavyweight j)ox-
t tng bout, originally scheduled for de
cision In this cltj Thursday, has been
transferred to Newark, where it will
bi singed on July 26 The inability
of th International Spot tine club to
E cure a suitable arena and the in-
definite status of the new state box
Ihg law caused the change.
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SHOll 1 v l) s EET
CINCINNATI Umpire Hill Klem
makes ll short and sweet when he
jrhes all ball players the ad?
1 ice to win tin ir games un tin- field
land not silting down at a meeting.
The United Slates owns about 4,000
miles of seacoast and controls some
32 000 miles of nlvlgable rivers.
and l'rescott fourth with 74.
The second is holes of the quali
fying round constitute iod; - pro
gram and match pla begins" Wed
nesday. Jones, fresh from his victory at 1
'hatianoog'i, last week, when he won
the southern championship for the1
.second l!m shot phenomenal golf.
He was a little wild off the tee, butj
his perfect iron shots enabled him 10
, make the first nine holes in ?4 one
1 under par He played the last nine in
also one under par.
Kvrns displayed a tendency to slice
1 Willi Ims v null' rl.ibs illt had :'. good
coif luck" running down a Uflj aid
mashlc and also holing a thltp. f yt
A field of 16S started In ihe tourna
ment 1 if these ninety six will qualify
in the three flights thirty-two for the I
: championship, thirty-two for the prest
I dent s cup and thirty-two for the Vice
I president s cup. Finals will be reached
Other scores in today's rouni in
L elude: H Q. skinner. Chicago 80; D
f H. McConnell, Chicago, so, R, E.
Kneper, Sioux City, 80; B D. Wilbur.
Indianapolis. S2, V. c Nelson. Chi
cago, st. n Ft. Walton, Chicago. 83;
It. W. Thompson, New York. 87; A.
W Baum. Chicago. 87; V. p. Spark's
IVrre H im.-, v-.. 1.. K Cornelius, Si.
(Louis, 88; a. v Warner, Denver, 18
I It S. Salter, Chicago. 94; C D Major
1 Louisville, 9i. W A Matlock. DeQVer,
JOHNNY WILSON HAS
SET OF 14 POINTS, TOO!
BY LORRY A JACOBS
N. E. A, Staff Correspondent
NKW YORK, July ! After watching Johnny Wilson, the uo
iniddleweighl chiimiiioii in action, you are very much impressed with
the tkc ili;ii lie is nut n fluke bui a real oik' He 1 practicall
cverythiiig that goes to make tip a champion and perhaps greatest
of all these is a lack "i overconfidence. In fact, Johnnj Wilson, like'
ihe other Wilson, is likelj in becom famous fur his 14 points
Johnny Wilson's 14 points, however, will propabjj not -atiso
etfrly so hiuch discussion as the H points of Woodro Wilson.
Tlic v are :
WHERE THE BRISTLES STICK OUT
1 A head that is somewhat small in
comparison with the rest of his body.
2. A pair of sharp eyes that enables
him to judge distance
3 Quecrly built neck and shoulders
that tend to allow blows to slip off
rather than land solidly.
4. An ability to fight, while crouch
ing. although he is tall and can fight
while standing upright just as well.
5 Powerful biceps that are, how
ever, not n;uscle bcjnd.
6 An extremely flexible wrist that
he can snap about in a very wicked
7. Extremely heavy and hard hands
that make themselves felt through the
Yes. Johnm Wilson will be n
Give him credit he who falls short
of greatness by the margin of the
Three times Charley White hs
missed beinK .. champion ami th.
foitun.- that po.-s with a world crown,
bv a del Scat f shade.
" Never will he Know the Joy of b- inc
acclaimed a world-beater, u belt
wearer, or a blu-rlbbon winner
Three times he has built his castles
of air apd saw them topple down on
his shoulders because he could never
quite reach that moment ol suprem
acy His scrapbook contains but the
strewn memories f what might
From Freddie Welsh t- BeriftJ
Leonard, the onc-tlme pride of Chi
cago has climbed up 'he hill time
all. r time, only lo flip back from the
MMH.I K BEATS JACKSON
PHILADELPHIA, Julv 12. Lew
Tendler of this city, defeated Willie
Jackson of Now York, in ; last right
round bout here tonight. Jackson had
tin letter of the first round and the
mco ni I and fourth were about even.
" 1 1 ! 1 ' r look iln oihers. a wide
shortstop soi i 1
TULSA. Ukla . July 1-.---Spencer
Abipott. maJiajger of the Tulsa West
ern iA-ague club, tonight announced
the Sale- to the Pittsburgh National
League club of Janie; TiTney, short
stop of the local club, Tierney la to
r. jiori to the Pirates at the ciose of
the Western I,e;ic;ijo season
II FAR WEST SENDS THREE HIGH SCHOOL
ATHLETES TO OLYMPIC FINALS
pPv pjP " pj .
1 On the Far Western ueam nrhich
1 will invade Boston for the final
Olympic tryouts on July IT there are
H three star high school athletes, all
B from southern California. They are
the only high school men In the t. in
H from the
H Cory of I'haffey Union High school
H Is the high" jumper.
He did 6 feel inches at the
H r nn tryouta for th v.
H lie done incnee
: In practice
Olio Anderson of Pomona High
school holds the state record In the
lilKh hurdle. Ho ran them In 15 1-5
' seconds at Pasadena a new w orld's
IliterSCholastiC record not official.
lon Nichols of Pomona High sehool
ls a star In the hop. Step and Jump,
i He is also the all-round Interschol
astlc champion of southern t.'allfornl.t
and regarded as the great prep root
hall man in California.
These men were trained for the
Pasadena tryouts by Coach Nlson of
Coach Nixon's ' sehool of athletes '
at Pomona college In southern Cali
fornia Is attracting attention up and
down the Pacific i oast His ability to
qulckl) turn unpr..nilsing raw mate
rial into championship possibilities
' has spt the Pacific coast sport world
Nixon's name Is frequently men
tioned as a possible assistant Olymp
I ic game t ra Iner
I TOOTS AND CASPER Sleeping by Taxi-Meter is Costly Slumber
'CG&ONe IVE W vHtREToVl LIVJE 5TAI&HT SHSWs5 VO'HUMI!!!!
: PJT I M too TIRED TC MbslfaJ BOMBER.' KfcEP M.; RECK Of ME.' M
BBSBSsl BBSsl BBSBSsl
8 An astounding long reach '.o
long that hie arms seem entirely out
of proportion to his body
9 Lung power equal to that of any
present champion with the possible ex.
:eption of Benny Leonard
10 A well murcled body above the
belt that can stand a greit denl of
11 Slender, sprinter like legs 'ht
make for speed on the canvas
12. Quick moving feet that are larnc
enough to keep him steadv,
13 Good habits and an earnest d:
3ire to keep the place he ha6 won.
14. Extremely good ring generalship.'
coupled with an ever-present left hand
that makes it hard for the best ofj
o eas mark i"i ani ui llieiu
hopes of a contender the scrap
heap of a has-been.
Th dizzy whirl of hopes, old pal.
That build and rise an i tower -
All mingle In one hblooausi,
I The fighter's dream of power.
I But fate Is nulck to pass one by.
W hile some forget we always shell
Remember this You had your cham I
And let It slip. Too bad, old pal.
It is easier to be mediocre than to I
be near-great unless "tje hOS ths full
birihright of a champion 'ihe name
of Charley While will always ie . .m-j
pied with thai disappointing though
He was Just one of the boys who CoUld
see, but not step i.Ho the promised
land His brain worked a click t""
slow to make him i champion h'lfi
glove lacked Ihe one blow that spoiled
TEX RICKARD LEASES
NEW YORK GARDEN
NEW YORK". July 13. Leasing of
Madison Square Garden for ten years
was announced bj Tex Rlakard, box
ing promoter. The new lessee Btal d
be would enter into control of the
Harden August 1, and was planning to
i ,- oie- his entire tlnie to it.
i Rlckard stated ho would Qtagc bouts
between promrnent pugilists under ths
iew New York boxing law These
j contests, however, are to form but a
portion of the exhibition and amuse
ment program v. hich Klckard Is plan -
jning Standard shows, which have
been held annually nt the garden forj
unnie Inn,, will In- nr. r t i.f tile se.iroii'.s
I attractions in addition to new forms
I Ol athlclli contests.
OLYMPIC TRIAL HEATS
WILL BE HELD FRIDAY
I NEW YORK. July u.-rt"- large'
jrr.try list foi the national senio-- track
ihampionshlp end final Olympic try
outs at the Harvard stadium Saturday
has n-.ad" it ne essary to hold some
trial heals Friday during the junior
meeting, II was announced This will!
be done in the 100 yard, -'o yard, 440.
i yard and 880 yard runs and the -140 '
I yard hurdles.
t ALL HIM TLX
' CINCIN N'ATi Pitcher Guy Richard'
Cornell University recruit has join 'I
Hp iieiis Thdy Imnfedlatelj chi;lsten
;od him "Tex." .Moran will guard his'
I habits carefull
i HfK CH 1MPIONS
I.i is ANOELBS Labor unions are
'staging a hosing tournament here with'
the reminder that Jeffries was i,
I bollermaker, Pitzsimmons a black-1
'smith and Britt a plumber
I.I Sl OS SKI I Is
TAC.OMA L Laren. Norwegian,!
Uook indisidual honors In the fourth)
'annual summer skiing event held at
lift. Taeoma. He did not break any
I The Pacific coast to Costs Rica pro
duces a species of hell fish from
J which a rich put pie dye for ilk Is obtained.
Vs i sffls
r V - - "' ;
WEE GEE SAYS - '
Tlio baiter made an awful hit &flsr"v '
Th? fielder caught it In his mitt, v - v tf.
And so the clout K-y r? j
Was but nn out. -v5?!tir-J"V
And made the batter have a fit 7" hi
THE BOXI R'S W N.
To take a wallop on ihe jaw
r nos. I'm noi afraid
I r even hear the count of ten,
As long as I'm well paid.
The ca;jcr fans delight to hear
The patter of the gloves;
The Jingle of the guarantee s
What every boxer loves.
I'm husk as an adult ox.
My right an Iron rod;
Hut why .should I shove office safes,
(! tote the heflv hod V
And -h should I caress a pit k,
I r wield H Wicked hoe,
Willie fans will pa a lot of coin
To see me duck a blow
New York is determined to sot an
Outrageous price on the services of
i.oN lighters ii"! inflated purses are
likely to continue hi spite of the pre
dictions that the newi (firmed Inter
national Sporting ClUp would act as
a clearing-house and jiut the pugilistic
game on a .uiie financial basis
'I he price li Ps proposed to iav Pul
ton fur his part in the forthcoming
bout With allry Wills Is indication
enough that the promoters figure a
boxer is worth almost any a.mount of
money as long as his share is con
siderably lesj than the fans are like
ly to deposit at the box office.
There may COfnC, a lime when movie
siars and boxers will have to accept
cuts in pay, but until that time there
will always be kicks from the sport
paragraphcrs who look at their week
ly pay check -and then at the money
a boxer gets t'ni thirty minutes of
ducking and swinging, and give vent
to loud moans.
Noticed Mrhbre they put Jack Dome
sey in the ring with a couple birds the
other night at Denver and he cooked
em both In three rounds
It now remains for some promoter
to line Up a bunch of the boys l.!;.,
George Carpentlerj Fred Fulton, Bill
Brennan'i Lob Marlm. Gene Tuune.
Hob Itoiier. Martin Burke, and the
rest of the heavy fellows, and shoot
I the whole bunch of them at Dcmpscy
j in one evening It would 6lill be a
j ;hort schedule and everyone would go
New York with its new boxing law
will out n crimp In Jersc) - tobhold on
the honor of being the world s chief
boxing meci a
The fans paid SoraethlTfr; like $60,
000 washers to see Benny Leonard
whitewash Charles White Who said
the old flame of desire had gone glim-
i uicrin .
I ' ' "
I A fight club In New York is a
j better- concession than an oil well in
I Texas, we'll have to admit.
MHI.l I is IN UK (.t
CHICAGO, July 1-'. Twent track
Stars from the Paclfh ..-1 performed
on Stagg Field lo.lay between trains.
All i.f them were winners In the Far
Western Olympic trials, and win com
pete Saturday In the finals at Cam
bridge. Eleven of the track men
. ore the COlors of the Los Angeles
! A. C. ami the rest are members of
' the Olympic club.
Included in the party were Jack
I Merchant, Harold Mullei. John Naugh
ton and W J Churchill.
The Olympic runners were In charge
of t- red Foster, old time bicycle coach,
and the Los Angeles men were headed
I by Coa h Bob Weaver
I Dozens of other Olympic contend
ers were on the field during the afler-
noon but most of them expect to leave
'for the east tomorrow Ted Curtlss
'of Chicago, who recently completed
the Japan ball trip with the Chicago
I team, will try for a place in the 140
I yard run Saturday. Curtlss has been
'making under 3" seconds with less,
I than two weeks practice, and Director i
taeg thought well enough of his per
formances to send him to Boston.
WHEW! LEW BLUE
SAN FRANCISCO With Phil
Kocrner faltering al firt for the Seals
and Lew Hlue scintillating in Ihe sam
position at Portland .Manager 'Jraham
Is Jooklng around.
Twenty-one states have enacted
mothers' pension laws.
By J. E. Murphy
bloke VBnjBlflBL n( xx'.( llCftsraliV'
BILL CLBI l
Three Knockouts Scored in H
Finals of Olympic Boxing 11
Tryouts Last Night i
NEW YORK, July J2. Threr Wn
knockouts were scored In the finals K
of the Olympic boxing tryouts be- H (
gun tenl?ht. The tournamont will H3
end tomorrow night. Suniniarles Hi
118 poundi Earl Hartman, Phlla- H
delphla knocked du'I Al Bott, New VU 8
cond round; Neal Brock,
Cleveland, won on foul from Private w
j l. Gannon. ' P. A.; ptepn-
en Gustln. South Boston. defeated
Thomas S Lynch. New York, after
extra lound; Bills Lavigne. No w
Vui'l,, defeated James Hutchinson, OL
Philadelphia, judge's decision. fft
L3G pounds Thomas O' Mailer, ri
Meadowbrook club, Philadelphia, de- lj,
featcd John A Perry. 1 B. A., judge I M
.1.' Islom Sam Mo-berg. Pastime A. C,
defeated F. A. Duante, L' I -
.-'. N . ludgc'J decision; Sergeant. 1) 1 i
i Twoinej ,U 8 A., knocked 014
1 eo Mogle, Pittsburgh, second round; J v
Hen PonteaU, New York, knocked oul - fl I
Peter Pagan Is, Beverly (Mass.) Y 1 h
M. C. A , first round 1 I
112 pound class -Henry Ford. Po- mu
ton. defeated Wilbur Cohen, New mBA
York, extra round. h'AY '
1 17 pounds Sidney l.r.od Herman H
I n -: it 11 1 e, Philadelphia, defeated Pri- sVn
- ite Louis Ehrenschaft 13. 8. A
Judges derision, after extra round. HSp
Private Fred Kolberg, L S. A., de- Wl
rented Edward Morganwell C 55 N
James J. AmatO, New "ork. defeated Hfln
Cliarles M Hendrickson. 1'. S. N . HH3
I loseph Florio, Paullst A. C. New
I Vork. defeated Henry C Kolin, Brock- Vm
160 pounds--Tom 1-agonla. Nan kHEl
Vork. defeated William Glasmann Bfil
Ogden, 1 tah: Edwin w Schell; F. S Efift
I '., knocked otjl Daniel Mor.ar.tv Hbh
5ommerlllc, Vfass first round; S H
Mitchell. 1. S. N, defeated LerOJ Bf!
17.J pounds Edward P. Kgan. Yale Hk
defeated John J Tomcshek, Paullsl Dfi
A. C, New York ffi
Sergeant Ted Schneider, U. S. A . Hjjj
I knocked out Tom Sullivan, Boston. B lH
third round- K
I leav weight elajs Lieut. San K
' Stewart. F. S A defeated Gordor.
Mm nie, I'ayonne. N. J, Bf '
SPIRITED RACES ON ml
FORT MIAMI TRACK K
TOLEDO Julj Spirited com
petition and fast race were feature TM
of the opening of the grand clrcitil lBf-
racing oh the fori Miami track toda;
fii ihes were the rule ) '
Murphy. Valen ins Dodge and . ; E i
Fleming drove winning steeds. Mnr- illjiit;
phj took the j.i.". trot behind Kel HKit
Russell Valentine iptured the h-.z
' end of the Port Meigs Jl.nno stake
'for 2:09 pacers behind Bed Lancelot; Kl
Do'age won with Grea Britton. the B8
i Sherwood 2:12 trotting stake and HB
Fleming 1 Canadian driver, took j
three straight heals in the 2:12 pace K ER
for U.lOO" I VvS
Favorites w on In most Instances. RCc;
but an upset cae when 'Voltage. I BftSjV
piokad as the favorite In the colt I IS
stake lost to ii-.- Em The shift
paid boUl 1 1 1 1 r r one Thi H -
.1 spill in this event and the judges t-
' penalised Driver Ray for Interferenc B1
li'n 11 went M
around the track trilling cJose to I
' the winner I I
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