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fl THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 17, 1920. JlIbB
I NATIONAL LEAGUE j
W. L. Pet.
Brooklyn 60 33 ,fi02
Cincinnati 44 3 .S641
FMttsburg 30 37 613
St. Louis 41 41 .500
New York 39 41 .48
Chicago 40 44 4Tfi
Koston 32 30 .451
Philadelphia . ,. 31 47 .397
At Chicago Boston 3. Chicago 2.
At St. Louis Philadelphia 2. St.
At Pittsburg New York 7, Pitts-1
burg O (seventeen innings.
' At Cincinnati Brooklyn 6. Cincin
Boston at Chicago.
Philadelphia .it St. Louis.
New York at BittsburK.
Brooklyn at Cincinnati.
I NEW YORK WINS
I 17-INNING GAME
Pitcher Blows Up In Last
Frame and Pittsburg
I chtcaoo. .inly 16. (National) I
Minn s triple and Eayrs single In the
J I lth Inning todav p,i ' e Boston : 3 to
H victory over Chicago. Cruise hurt
mWi his ankle sliding Into the plate Score:
r!nton ....100 010 000 01 3 13 l
IjH Chicago ..020 000 000 00 2 7 1
H I Scott and O'Neill; HondrLx and Daly.
ST. LOl'lS.. July 1. (NatlonaM
H Si. Louis hit Causey freely today and
flH defeated Philadelphia. II to 2 In tho
flH epenlnK came of the scries. St Louis
H ran up 15 hits while Pnak kept the
kV visitors elfht hits well scattered.
H R, H. E.
IjH Philadelphia ...101 000000 2 R Z
J , St. Lou In .... 201 022 0 11 15 lj
H j Causey and Wheat; Doalc and Cls-
CINCINNATI. July If. (National) I
H j Brooklyn overcame a four run lead
H and won the first K.mie of the series
H With Cincinnati today. 6 to 4. Botn
H teams fielded well bUt the hltllnx of
flH Brooklyn was the more o;portune.
. R. H. n
mM Hrooklyn 000 013 "20 6 13 )
B j Cincinnati . ...040 ooo ooo - 4 12 0
fl (Jilm.-t and M Her; l'lxh' r, Bcuthei
flpl and YlnKO.
PITTSBURGH. JUly 16. (National
fl i Xctr JTort defeated Pittsburgh to-
H d-iy seven to nothing in it Inning.
Hj Hamilton weakened In the 17th, when
B the visitors scored nil their- runs
fl Copper relieved Hamilton with one out
H :ind retired the side. Benton Vis :n-
In. ihle throughout especially when
Ifllfl. the bases were occupied. Score:
H New York
IIH 0 on 000 000 000 07 7 1 6 1
fl ooo ooo ooo ooo ooo oo-- o 9 4
H Benton and Bnyder; Smith; tlamli-
flPfe ton. Cooper and Schmidt.
SB I oo
I TRYING TO RESCUE !
BABE, GIRL DIES
UNDER DAD'S' CAR
MI'iDkESHur.O. Kv July 16
Buniilt; down an Incline track
In an attempt to save her Ihree-year-old
bnb sitter who was s-.t-tuiR
in the middle of the rails.
Bertha Lynch, ago ii". was over
taken and killed at Mingo mines,
six miles from here yesterday af
ternoon by u coal car driven hy
her father, Mose Lynch The
baby was not Injured Ml
Lynch's body was cut In two.
I THREE KILLED AS GUN
BREAKS AT CAMP LEWIS
('AMI- LKWIS. Wash. July 17
Three urcgon mtlltlamen.w-en killed
Hiid four Injured here v.ho-i a slx
n li rifle hurxt on the artillery tar
get range near camp
CBl'BAL KI'WAl! 1 fj. SCTT,
rORPUllAI, CLYDE P. PIN
dinger. Marshfleld, Oregon.
PRIVATE RALPH K HALEY, Ash
.Biri"S UI--.sc 1 1 i
WASHINGTON Clark Griffith hai
resolved rtever to go on a barnstorm
ing expedition again v.th his Nat?
during spring training. Last sprint;
1 r n .
IBAGE TO TAMPA.
WASHINGTON. The Nat will
again train at Tampa. Kla., next
spring. Griff Intends to play most
of the exhibition Raines In the ever
Y. L. Pet.
Cleveland 5 1 27 .667
New York 54 30 .64 3
Chicago 50 30 .616
Washington 38 3 ..'.00
SL Louis 4" 4 494 ;
Huston 37 40 .481 1
Detroit 2.') , 52 .322
Philadelphia 22 62 .262
At Washington (First same Chl
CSbTO 2, Washtngton 1 (Second game)
Chicago 8, Washington 5.
i Philadelphia Cleveland 4. Phil
At New York St Loula 5, New
At Koston Detroit 6, Boston 5
Chicago at New York
Cleveland at Boston,
si Louis nt Philadelphia.
Detroit at Washington.
eCH AND COBB j
Chicago Takes Both Games of
Double Header From
BOSTON. July 16. (American.)
Veach's double scored Cobb from
rirsl base and gave Detroit a six to
five victory over Boston today in the
truth InninR. Hoyt returned to the
box for the first lime In 11 weeks1
and pitched well, being taken out for!
a plneh hitter In the ninth.
Score. R. H. E.
Detroit . ... 300 000 110 1 6 12 B
Boston . .. 102 010 001 0 5 13 Oj
Batteries; Dauss and Stanage; S.
Jones, Fortune! Hoyt and SVhang
NEW YORK) July 16 (American.)'
St Louis won the odd Rame of the
series with the New York Yankees
today, 5 to 2. Payne pitched fine ball
for the Browns, holding the Yankees
hitless fur the firs; six innlnRs. Jacob
son made a remarkable running one-i
hand catch of Bodies drive In the!
Score- ' R.H. E.
St. Louis 200 012 000 6 13 2
New York ...UO0 000 200 2 6 1
Batteries Baync and Sesereld. Mc-;
Grew, Mogridge and Duel
WASHINGTON. July 16 (Amerl-'
can.) Chlcapo won both games of
la double.-header with WashinRton to-1
j day, 4 to I, and S to 5. in the first
I R.itnf- i pitchers' contest between
i iii r and Johnson. Rice of the Wash
ington team failed to get s hit aiiiT
!i n ine hit safely in 2S consecutlv
Sr. ire (first Ran-,p i . B. II. E.
Chicago 100 000 003 4 9 1
Washington . .001 ooo ooo l 3 o
Batteries Faber and Schalk, John-
son and Piclnteh.
Score (second game): P.. H. E.
I ChleaRo 000 003 014 8 12 0
Washington .112 oio ooo 5 13 i
Batteries: Kerr, W ilkinson, Clcotto
land Lynn, Schalk, Courtney. Brick
1 son and Gharrlty
PHILADELPHIA, July 16 (Amer
I lean.) Dugan'e single with the bases
uueu hi i in ti;,inii gars i nilBaeipitll
the final gams of the Cleveland series
today. 5 to 4. The Athletics previous
to the seventh inning, hnd a 3 to 1
lead whin Naylor w'.th a wild pitch
Rave Cleveland two runs.
Score: R HE!
Cleveland 000 C01 210 4 10 3
Philadelphia . .300 ooo 02x c 6 i'
Batteries: I hl Bairby and O'Neill.
Naylor, P,erry and Perkins.
LOUIE G RATTAN WINS
GRAND CIRCUIT FEATURE
TOLEDO, July 16. Grattan, favor
ite, won the Willys-Overland :':03 pae
st. ike worth Jl,s.r.u. (hi- feature on to
il. - Grand circuit card, the three
heatfl beiiiR the fastest pneed this sea-!
son. Boy Graltan won tin- first heai.
Aft.-r K i Giatlan bad finished last
ill the second beat Drl er hdmiuie
I was substituted and finished a nuM
behind the winner In the last heat.
Driver hitney. driving Yerlle F'atch-
li, was called to the stand after tne
race as the Judges thought he drove
wide t. allow Louie Orattan throug.n
lint ii-c ls.cn w.'i.. reserved.
In the Cre(cut, 11,000 stakes for 2
year olds, Favonlan, a rank outsider,
won the la.st tw heats ajid the raro.
Peter L, winner at Cleveland las'
week won th- 211 tr.it althouRh
' Millie Irwin got the decision In the
K.lna Early won the 2 10 pac but
II.I7--1 K'ietner captured second money
In the race by comlnR from nowherr
in the second heat and moving to the
head of the procession.
W WTS H RH ONES,
i BST(N Johnny Wilson, the lad
who knocked off Mike O'Dowds
i crown. Is out after the tough fellows
; He doesn't look like a Stanley Ket
j chel, but he's good.
RUTH VPTKR si.M.KK.
I ST. LOl'IS. Battering Babe Ruth
Is rrcfplng up on the wonderful rer
t ord being set hy George SlsJer. When
-I Babe ln't hitting homers he's Ret
HAS SAILED EVER SINCE HE COULD TODDLE
AROUND ON THE DECK
--'-CtiARlVS V ADAMS
BY DEAN SNYDER.
There's a pood man at the wheel of
the America's cup defender
Born -to the sea 54 years ago,
Charles Francis Adams has been mak
ing daring voyages ever since he could
toddle around the Wave-washed decks
He Rot his Inspiration from his
father, John Qulncy Adams, who used
to take him on fishing trips Just out
side the Boston harbor in th Utile
cntboat. The Nettle.
For 45 years Adams has Owned and
( mc of his blRRest assets Is his calm
and modest Judgment nnd common
sense There are no better sportsmen
thnn Adams In the game.
He has built and raced many canvat
einfts, including the Booster, the Bat
and the Auk His Ior book shows
many victories In Die international
races with Germany nud Spain, 'where
he was always a prominent figure.
Manager Robert W. Emmons, 2r:d,
! selected him to sail the Resolute In
1T'14 Adams sailed the llerreshoff
yacht with a record of 26 victories.
I Persopall) his friends call him
I "Deacon." He is a short, stocky build
His c- es are a de-p sea blue and he
I always 1ms a smlie for everyone.
The skipper ha few oilier rccrea-
, t ions except yachting. He belongs to
all the prominent clubs of Boston.
Adams holds more joh.s as director
Of financial companies than any other,
man In New F.nglund, one of them
consisting of handling the millions be-
longing to Harvard, as treasurer and
I member of the corporation.
In 1011 the New York Yacht club
. .1 1 ted him to its membership.
Deacon Adams has a big responsl
, hllity ahead of him In his race against
Filmland's greatest sportsman, but the
NSW Voi I: i n 111 club Is full of confl
I dr nee with the seasoned veteran of the
I seas at the wheel of the defender Res
j j (fS WEE GEE SAYS
V , I like, to go a-swlmmln'
..mmjMiL: When the weather's warm and
ir-i?lgM-g I sure enjoy the water
jctieg"" " And the Ud:es that aro there.
New (jilcans yes, we've heard of her.
They say 'lis quite a town
Well, she is tired of oyster stuff,
And wants a heavy crown
There grew a lad, young Marty BurkS,
Fret kled like Ruby Bob,
Likewise his punch compared the
So he's picked for the Job
Now lurke Is young and full of pep,'
Though he's a skinny boy,
He hits just like a kicking mule.
Which fills tho ana with Jo
He's coming east with all he's got,
His red top and bis Millie,
Hoping to make New Orleans' dream
Come true sonic after while
The Orescent City craves a heavy -j
Martin Burke, he of the strlngbean
appearance, the freckled face, and the
smile of confidence is an entry among
prospective Jack Dempsey one-rounders
Burke is Just a kid of 22 He's a
good prospect. His receht victory over
Willie Meehan made the eastern ring
! f'rms start bidding for some of his
Gf-nc Tunney, another of the heavy
weight field. Is to be the New Orleans
; boy's next opponent. It ought to make
a whale of a scrap.
New Orleans has turned out such
I men as Andv BOWen, Jack Everhardt,
"Frcnehy" Kay. "i-'recklcs" O'Brien.
Jr-,. IfandOt, and Pote Herman, but
never has she had a heavyweight hope
until along came Marty. s-
Religious folk haven't anything to
fear from Burke. He Is a niemer of
several religious orders. A New 'r-b-nns
religious paper, publishes his pic
ture every once in awhile with civic
The new hope is so skinny he rat
tles. He's built along the Bob Fltz
simmons plan, weighs 105, and stands
over six feel.
Vnrty's left hand has a queer little
kick in It that reminds rlngslders of
the stuff Ruby Hob used to have
BECKETT STOPS TOMMY
BURNS IN SEVENTH
LQX-DON, July 16. Tommy Burns,
'one time heavyweight champion pugi
list of the world, was stopped in the
.seventh round of what was to have
been a 20 round bout in Albert Hall
I tonight by Joe Beckett, heavyweight
champion of Fngla"d.
The seconds of the French Canadian
fighter threw up the sponge after
Hums had tak(-n counts of seen and
nine Burns protested and desired to
i continue the unequal fight.
Ii was cleafl) a fight In which brute j
(strength was pitted against age. Burns
U nearly 11 years .lder than Beckett,
land he had not engaged in a big hox
I ing nutch for RMiy ears. Three
! months of hard training had not re-1
duced his walstlin.
Nevertheless the ex-i hamplon out
boxed and nut -maneuvered Beckett in
the third round His Mows however,
lacked the old tun. sl'.im
Perched on the highest rock of
Coogan's Bluff, which '.verlooks the!
Polo Grounds In New York, was a
tousled-haired hoy who couldn't havel
j been over six years old.
I He knew the name of every plari
on the Yankee baseball team and he!
yelled to the amused crowd of rall
hlrds what happened In every pl:i
But he didn't know the name of
both presidential nominees.
Tho slogan of young Am-ric.i in
theo days apparently In. "I'd ra'her
ho Ru'h than president."
W L. Pel.!
Salt Lake 58 4 1 .S8
Vernon . 6 45 .571
LOS Angeles 55 46 .630
San Francisco 52 4 .sis1
Portland 13 47 47S
Seattle , 4a 66 .440
Oakland 44 427
Sacramento ...4 3 1 413;
Portland 7, Salt Luke '..
Oakland 2, Los Angeles l (eleven!
Seattle 10-1, Sacramento 0-8.
Shli Francisco 5. Vernon 2
Portland 1 at Salt lake 2.
Vernon 2 at San Francipeg 2.
Oaklartd 2 at Los Angeles 1
Seattle 3 at Sacramento 2.
Siglin s Bat Spells
Defeat for Salt Lake
SALT LAKE, July 17 Paddy Slg-;
lin, lead-off man for ihe Portlanders,
was the chief reason for the 7 to 5i
victory of the Beavers over the Bees'
hi re yesterday. Paddy sapped out two
homers during the game which each
t it ) 1 loci men and put the game on ice.
Culiop started on the moUTld for the
Bees hut was rcileel by Bauni. A
double header will be played on the'
local lot Saturday 'he score:
B. 11 E
Portland 7 1 0
Salt Lake 5 13 5
Batteries Poison. Kalllo and To
hln, Culiop, Baum and Byler.
Aenew Wins Feature
Contest For Seals
SAN F 1 1 A N- SCO, July 17. Sam1
Agnew homered In the fifth spasm
here yesterday with two men on the,
sacks puftliiR the fourth game of the
series on ice for the Seals, the Tigers
being on the small end of a 5 to -store.
The Score; It. II K
Vernon 2 5 fl
Son Francisco 5; 8 2
Batteries: Mitchell and LeVormer.
lrwis and Yelle.
Siwashes Split Even
With Sacramento Crew
SACKA4 EXTO, July 17. The lo
culs Bplit even In the twin bill plaed
here vcster.lay, losing the first melee
to the Siwashes 10 to 0 and winning
the. second contest 8 to 2. In tho open
li'i; fracas Hiiitj Gardner allowed the
lo'cSlS but" fie lilts while Kunz and
.I.ini were hatted hard. The scores
Kirst game R. H. F
Seattle 10 17 3
Sacramento 0 6 0
Batteries: Gardner and Baldwin;
Jones, Kunz and Schang.
Second game B H E
Seattle 2 8 1
'Sacramento 8 14 1
Batteries; Frances and Baldwin.
Penner and Cook.
Oaks Defeat Angels
In Eleventh Canto
LOS ANGELKS. July 17. The Oaks
sent over a tally In the eleventh frnnie
here esterda winning from (he lo
cals 2 to 1. The gome was snappy
throughout The score B H E
o&kland 2 7 2
I. os AiiReles . 1 4 0
Baft erics. I lolling, Krause and
Dor man; Brown and Basslt-r.
JOHNSON AND TILDEN
WIBLEDON, July 16 (By The As.
sorlnted Press) William M. Johnston
of California and William T TIMen -if
Philadelphia, the American Davis cup
players, today defeated the Brltlsn
ploers in the sinRles eontests of the
series helnR held to determine which
of the two teams shall challenge the
Australasian players for the lavU cup.
Phe Californiao, in'a ihrllling five set
match won from J. C. Parke. 6 4,
6- 4. 26. 36. 6 2, while Tllden
roed himself measurably superior to
nls opponent, A S KlnKscole, and de
leated him. 4 6. 6 L 6 J. 6 1.
Holland's announcement of withdraw
al from the Da Is cup contest, because
bet piaers were compelinR in the
Butch championships. makes the
British-American matches the finals.
Kmjfycote and Parke have been se
lected to oppose the Americans In tne
PXjAI BR SUSPENDED
SAN FRANCISCO. July 16. D.
, Wnlsh. seconil baseman of the San
Francisco club In the Pacific Coasi
baseball league, was suspended for the
remainder of the week nnd fined 160
fur as attack on 1'mplre Holmes dur-
I ing the game between San FrapctSCO
and Vernon yesterday at Oaklam..
Tin .ir retirltm " Johm.- KllbanS
wants ti teach Jack Wolfe, the Cleve
land boj w hom he expects to bequeath
his title to some day, a few lessons In
punching, before the unthronim:. He
" I want Wolfe to hit with a snap.
It's the principle of the rubber baud,
for you can shoc hard and acLni
pllsh no result. With a snap you
run drop heavy objects. A weak .al
lop has been the kid s draw buck for
years, and he has everything else
except the drop punch. I think before
I'm throuRh training him he'll get
the Idea, tor I'll show hnn how it
I' remained for the scales at Ben
ton Harbor to reveal the weight of
the scale-shop Benny Leonard Billy
"Benny weighed 1374 at Benton
Haraor. and If some of the fellows
are worried about him making the
required weight 135 pounds at I
. nick let inem step up with B suit
able forfeit. Leonard won his title
at that eiirht. this mark being in
sisted upon by Freddie Welsh K
was the same wel?ht lutchie required
for Welsn, and what was fair fr
them should be fair for the present j
challengers. We particularly want
le. Tenuler. Tcndler has a lot of
li lends who seem to think the I'bila
dclphinn an lake the championship.".
GERMANS GIVE IN,
SIGN PROTOCOL ON
SPA. Belgium. July 16 (By I
The Associated Prcs-i. ) The Ger
man representatives signed the
coil jjrotoeol framed by the al
lied conference at 8:45 o'clock
Of TENNIS MATCHES
MINNEAPOLIS, Jul.. 17 More
than sixty tennis stars of the- north
west and several from other parts of
the country are entered In the annual'
northwestern tennis tournament,
irhieb opens at Deep Haven courts,
Lake Mlnnetonka, near here tumor
Among those who have sent in en
tries are: Vincent Blchards, Yonk
ers, N. Y., B. L. Murray. Niagara
1 alls. N. Y . Paul Bennett, Winnipeg.
Man . Boland Huberts, San FranclSCO,
j.ind Lee lluhbell. and A. M. Squall.
The tournament will conclude Jul
ONE RAILWAY EXPRESS
COMPANY IS FAVORED
NEW York. July 17 The asso
ciation of railWSJ executives. meetlnR
hre today, decided to recommend to
al. railroads that the nation's express
business continue to be handled under
federal control, as it was during (he
war. by one agency the American 1
Hallway Bhtprpss company. The rea
son glen for the 1 ecomniendallon s
that the four original express com
panies -virtually have ceased to exist
and no longer are able to function in -1
dhldunlly, leaving the American Ball
I way Express the only agency through
which the service can be operated.
A standard form' of contract to be1
made between Individual railroad
companies and the American Railway
Bxpress company will be submitted to
the Interstate commerce commission
for Its approval.
Tin- a.ssoclatlon today unanimously
adopted a resolution calling upon
member railroads and common car
riers "to devote forthwith their ener
gies to the more intensive, use of ex
LOS ANGELES OFFICERS
CHARGED WITH GRAFT
U . ANGELES, July 17 An indict
ment i-harglg (Maude Morton, former
assistant attorney prose-ulor and E.
N. Sanders, formerly connected wiih
the Identlfb ation bureau of the city
police department, with extortion and
grand larceny, was returned by the
'countv grand Jury today. Two other
persons were named In the Indictment,
ihelr names not helng mad. public
It Is alleged that the accused weie
paid $n0n b Thomas M (Julnlan after
I threatening to caue his arrest on a
charge of illeguflv selling ln'oxlcatlng
liquors. The indictment followed a
request by Mayor M P Snyder that
the conduct of the police department
INSPECTS COAL MINES
ANCHORAGE. Alaska. July 17.
Joephus IinnleK secret 1 ry of the
navy, John Barton Payne, secretary
of the Interior, today began inspect
ing the t'hlckaloon coal mines. Tbsj
epect to return Saturday nnd tuke
the destroyer Sinclair on Sunday for
kschemnk Bav. where they are to
board the dreadnought Idaho for their
return trip to Seattle.
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Senior Entrants in Harvard m
Contests Are Also Compet- j
ing for Olympic Places m
HARVARD STADIUM, CAM Hi Jm
'KU'iii:. Mas. Jul, l.- Ideal weaih ULi
w conditions preYalled here when th Sn
national Junto- Amateur Athletic Bl-'
union championships and Uu prelim J j ''-f
Inarj heats ol the American OlympU IH1
trials were stagou hero this afternoon. H l
The Irack was .-.-rsidei.-. i.i.-t. hainn HjV 4tr"
been especiall ptepsred for the ef- sVli
forts of the best sthletes trom. all parti
Ol t he country
Juninr championships. 40 run Won
by V. P. Morton, Jersey Harriers; sec r
ond, R A Robertson, Boston A. A , S'
.hiid. D. G Melville. Boston A. A.; fib l!
fourth, E m Murphy, Boston a.
Time. 50 4-5 seconds. is
100-yard dash: Won by E. ( Goudin,
Boston (unattached;; second, E. B, j
l srrell, N. v. York (unattached); third, i
Uoberl M. Williams, army; fourtli, fl rj
Richard Moore, army. Time, 10 15 sec- fl ff
ondfl , fl
' Junior, mile run: Won hy Oarlandji f
CounssjS, New Vork A. Ci second, C. 1 ff-:;l
I O'Beary, Jr.. Boston A. A., third, 1 Si 1
i D Rank, Paullsl A C, X-w York; MM
... j . .h n L Doherty, Doreheetef k
. lull Tim..- 4 minutes. 33 seconds.
Junior i:r high hunllc-s .n hy "vs..
I, Masse Wew Vork A. AVM
second. J Moss, University of Texas;
third. Lieutenant C. K. Davis, army; BWi-
fourth. B. B. Mills, Syracuse unlver- r
slty. Time 1G 1-5 socondc. Hl'
junior championships, pole vault: r
Won l B. W. Harwood, Boston A. A BrP -''
height 11 feet. 6 Inches; second. Bleu- FAV ' -,
tenant Kdward Shrader, army, height 1 "
II fast; third, Alfred ii. Fletcher, at
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Rt
it 11 feet; lourth, C. E. Huntley, II
liavj', height 10 feet, 6 Inches. HK;
Junior 440-yard hurdles. Won by Bt
J. J -Sullivan. Boston A. A.; second, Hb
Leo Lloyd. Faults! A C, New York,
third, Cliff Brundafe, ruiist a c, ViE
New ITork; tonly thres men finished'. , m
Time, 59 seconds. MY'
Junior hammer throw. Won by C. BMl
:i 1 1 1 1 1 iv lit, -1 1 1 A HstnCS 1BBBSSI
181 feet, in- lies, second, John Con- 1
way. I'astinie A. C . . New Torki dls- m
lance it" feet, iu 1-4 inches, third, B
Lit tenant Edward R, Roberts, Army, ! I
.list. in..- U; feet in 1-;; inches, fourth, BTVivj-
It p si-,. 1 in. in, New York (unat- I
tached), distance feet 10 ln.-h. .- SBs,
Junior 16-p0und shut- Won by
Ralph Hill, inn school, distance Hi
-It iiet. 1 11 tin h.-s. sc-oiid. Tom Cooke, BH
Jr., faullst A C New York, distance HB
IS in. les. third. B. B Pre- -fl
. I'li-ilini- A C, New York, die-
i- 4 . feet 1 4 In. h fourth. W . K. " - aKj ;
Wllkle, B. A. A., 41 feet, 5 Inches. I Wt
Junior S yard run Won by J. J. I.
Caffrey, Boston A. A.; second, W. W. IBl
Sin. . linker, army; third, Walter Towe, W
Alpha club, New York, fourth, Charles ga
E Snow, Jr., M. 1 T, time - minutes, M
'S-o seconds. ja? BV'
Junior high Jump: Won by Louis A. i HJ
VPatSOn, Alpha club. New York, height j W9
tj feet. 2 Inches, (a new Junior cham- I Hj
hip record, former record 6 feet, fl ;
I inch.-, in id. I... ' L Selliert. of I
hlcago, in HUT), second A. A.
ttri.met. MornlngMide A. C , New York, HbPPJbK
height 8 feet, third Hainan A. Blge- HHJ
low. unattached, height G feet, 8 It''
Inch 1 fourth. Captain C. L. MaUlaby, :B
army, height 5 feet. 6 Inches. BbsSE'''''"
Junior ISO ard dash: Won by E. B. MTV
Parrel), Ne ifork, t unattach.-.i 1 - fll
ond. Richard Moore, army; third, B. ,piV
P. Macchla, Boston A. A.; fourth,
John J. K.-hoe, EnLerprlse club, Phil- I fjir
a'delphla. Time 22 2-5 seconds. I r , -i
Junior eha mpionshlps, broad Jump: a BL Vl-i
Won by Paul Courtols. Mohawk A. C, iBbT
nw Vork. distance 12 feet. 'J Inches; IbLsT
I ..nd HUSO PolltSer, Mohawk A. .'. wj
1 'a i-.. dis- in. J 1-2 in hi - BK
es; tb.ird K. L. Russell, army, distance B
22 feel 8 1-3 Inchse; fourth, Bvsrstt L
Bradley, 1 nlveralU .f Kansas, dis- , 1
.1 feet inches. BsBBi s
Junior championships, discuss
throw: Won by William J Bartlctt, pflflflpfll L
University of Oregon, distance 136 fee', PPPJflH It
1-2 Inch, (a new Junior championship Bfl fll
made A. W. Kohler, of University IV
of Michigan in 1 'J 1 ! 1 . ond, K BBSV-SST
er. .New York A. C, distance 133 BBSMljl
(eel, lnehe.H. third John S. Boyl L-g-pPflH
Los Angeles, distance 111 feet, 4 men- !
fourth, 'niiM Vrettos, New ork.
1 unattached I, distance 126 feel, 7 3-4 ji I Vl
Inches Bs A- Bbb
Junlot championships, hdp, step and BBl
lump: Won by Kuuffmun Cetst, 92nd Bssl'
s'r.-et Y M A . distance 46 feet BM
7 '2 Inch, (a new Junior champion- Pjjft '
ship record, former mark 45 feet, 9 flftV
inches made by L McCarthy, Irish- Bnf '
American A . New V-.rk. In lul.'i. ( I
second, William Bosenburg, Glencoe li
A C, New York, distance 40 feet 3 '
in. hes, ihtrd, S. Es.iler Pastime A. C,, BBBk
New York, distance 45 feet 0 inche.v BBSSH-
fourth, M. Pierce. Newton, unat- BBBSMTat ' .
tached, 42 feet. 5 Inches. BBssTKiJE '
Senior chumplonshlps and Olympic BBIbP'
tryout trial. 100 yard dash First 11 '
three to qualify for sem l-flnals i ir.-i Ilk
heat, won b Lord ICurchiSOn, Nss J RB
York A ' 1 'ii' I, II Williams, Spok- BBrwi
1 ne a C; lee i-oomis. Chicago a a Iffr
Time 10 1-5 seconds. II,
. 1 1 1 ii 1 n.i'i' iihi.j ir.d Olympic s
li outs trial: SSM itsBM
100 yards dash: Second heat- Won fci'IK bV" iS1L7
i M Kirkse. Olympic dub. Ban 1
Francisco, second, B. D. Weffers, New BBBT
York A. '.. third. B. O. Qouidln. Bos- 9BBBi
ton. 1 unattached . Tim 10 1-5 sec- BBb
Third heal. I11O ards dash. Won
hy K V. Scholi. University of Mis- IIBBBbI
sourl; second. II. II. Drew, Brake unl- 'BBBBa
crslty, third. Alfred L. Coney. Mea- LlBm
dowbrook Time 10 1-5 seconds. fi?
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TI 5TICM Tin 1 1 N wu r
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. July 17. The bVIhibP
Ullsso 'i vail tsnnis tournament "Sblr "
opened h-e tOOS w I'h lh" J.r. llnil-
nury round of the singles. Nlnty-two flp&&y
puer were entered. The tournament 5r'srv
will continue through next week. Mon-
men doubles and women's BjR, J& Ba
) will be started snd finals win J
mpleted a week from tods: W n
ordlng to the program BIS
LEONARD TO FIGHT.
MILWAUKEE July 1C Bennv !'
Leonard. holder of the lightweight fllinSsI
championship, nnd Blchle , Ml I
w ill meet bef.,i . .. , , 1 lit I
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I I W Si KU I. M Hr
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orders Chick Kwnr la d;pIlnK SSS'I 1
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He wears a special headpiece at i.at BM L