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THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 24, 1920 II
I SPEAKER LEADS
I LUGUEJH HITS
1 Sisler Second, Jackson Third
With Babe Ruth as Home
CHICAGO, July 24. Driving out
thirteen nils in eight pninos, Tns
Pfepfl Speaker, manager of th-- Cleveland
Americans, today is leading the race
I I for. the batting championship of the
Pfepfl American league with an average of
Pfepfl 416. George Staler, star ft i-st baseman
Pfepfl with St. Louis, the baiting leader a
week ago, is second in the list with
40l. Joe Jackson of Chicago, is third
Pfepfl Babe" Ruth, the home run king,
Pfepfl boosted his average five points as a
PjpH ifHUlt of cracking out thirteen hits,
PjpH i.iciuding a quartette of home runs,
PapH and is m fourth place with an aver-
pfepfe ago oi 38 7. Ty Cobb, the Detroit star,
PjpH signalized his icluin to the game With
PspH a hitting drive thai boosted bis ttV-
H orage from 818 to 3.11.
PapH Hulh Us letting tin- pace iui run get-
pfepH tcrs, having scored S4 nines, with
PapH Speaker the runner-up with 82 tal-
pfepH lies. Kutli also has negotiated 110 lo-
pfepH tal bases in hitting, v. niic hla cloaaat
PbBbJ uval is Sisler wltn an even -U0.
PhV-PJ RiCO of V:i9inngion pilfered three
Papal lutses during the ween aid is showing
PbbH the Way with 3S tnei.s. Slsier rc-
PapH laced Roth, also Of Washington, as
Papal ilmner-up, having stolen live in
pfepH hM last seven games He has iwinl) -
Papal (our to Roth's twenty
Papal Other leading batters: Rice, Wosh-
pfepH ir.gton, 369, Meusel, New Voi k. 161;
pApAi cuver, Chicago. 841; fa! Collins, i
PapH cago. 344, Ucnuryx, Boston, 127; Ml-
PbbH Ion, Washington. 882; Cobb, Detroit,
Papal lei; Johnston, i Icveiand, 880; Jacob-
PapaJ un, 8t Louis. 826; l-eiscn, Chicago,
Papa Msa; chapman, Cleveland, 822.
Papal Edwin Eayios, the Boston pitchcr-
Papapj ptnch-hltter,outfieldei, strengthened
PapaY ns hold on first piace among tin- Na-
Papai nonul league bnticis. He has an av-
PapBg if age of If 4 attained in 57 games, In
Papal which he was at but alncty-tour times
Papal nud cracked out 38 hits Roger
pApAa Hornsby, the St. Louis star, however,
H has played in 86 games in wmcn he
pBpBaj has gathered 122 hits in 840 times at
pfepBa bat, tor an average of 351
PapaB J. Smith of Si Liouis made the best J
PapaY showing among the regulars during
PBBai the past week, boosting nis aveiage
Papaa tiom 319 to 822 and is in third place,
Papal, with Smith ol New Vork In tout in'
J position with
BSBSJ Bancroft, the tormcr Philadelphia,
pkpBS now with New Vork, is the best run
pkpBS. getter in the league lie registered "
J limes, Burns, his team mate, being;
BSSSSJ the runner-up With 64 tallies Vll-
PBSSJ Hams of Philadelphia tailed to In-j
BSSSSJ crease his home run redord, but con-;
pApaa tinues to lead the circuit drive hit-
pkpBa ters with nine. Robertson of Chicago!
pBSSJ has eight .Max Carey, of Pittsburg
BBBJ did not steal any the
PBSSj week, but his 82 tneits lemuin high.
LEADING B l i ERS.
pBSSj Other leading batters: Uoush, 01n-
BBBJ cinnati, 327 ; Konetcny, Brooklyn, 826;!
pBSS! Hollocher. chhago, 819; Blgoee, Pltts-
PbSSJ burg, 31C, Glen, i incinnnli, 313; Wil-I
pBSS! liarns. Philadelphia. 812; Myers,
pBSSj Brooklyn, 310; Stock, St. Louis, S08 ; I
PbSSJ Daubert, Cincinnati. 807; fqung New,
BBH York. 307. Block, Chicago. 307-. Nlch-j
ppajBJ olson, Pittsburg. 307. Kelly, New
PBSSJ York. 303; Twonibly. Chicago, 303; 25. 1
SSJ Wheat, Brooklyn, 800 I
pBSSj Grover Hartley, of Columbus, with,
ppajBJ an average of 370. drove Ben Tlncup, i
PbSSJ the Indian pitcher with Louisville, out
pkpBS of the batting leadership of i he Anrer-1
lean association. Hartley was Becond!
BBH Hargrave of St. Paul and BUnny
BBJ Brief of Kansas City are tied for hun-
BBBJ ors in home runs with 13 each. Har-
BBJ grave bagged three within the past
BBh week. Leo Dressen of St. Puul con-
BBBH tinues to show the way to the base
BBBh stealers with a total of 27
PITCHi.K GOOD HITTER
BJ Other leading batters. lckland,
BPPJ Toledo. 340, Tincup, Louisville, 346;
BBPJ Good, Kansas City, 341; Butler. Mil-
BBBI waukee, 335, Rapp, St. Paul, 333; W
BPPJ Miller. Kansas city, ;pj7. Sweeney,
BBBI Kansas City. 330; Margrave, St. Paul.
BBPJ 320; Wade. Minneapolis, 822; Jcn-
BPPJ lungs, Mlnnea
BPPJ Bogait of Jopltn, passed Yaryan of
BBBH Wichita in the race for the halting
BBPJ leadership of the Western league with
BBPJ an average of 3 61.
BPPJ Carl East, the Wichita pitcher, and
BBBI pinch hitter, Is batting 374. but he has
BBBh only participated in 5 7 games as coin-
piBI pared with SS for Bogarl and Yaryan.
BBPJ I-o of Omaha continues high among
BBBH the base stealers with twenty-one.
BPPJ Other leading batters: t-.iestalc, of
BPPJ St. Joseh, 3S3; Brunnonj Tulsa, 333;
BBBI Tlerney, Tulsa. 330. Beck Wichita
BBPJ 830, Lelhelt, umuhn. 328, Crosby, St
BBBB Jcsoph, S2S; Platle. Omaha. 326
BPPJ The following table shows the lead-
BBBH trig butters on each club in the various
BBBpSl leagues for the week:
BPPJ Speaker, Cleveland 416
BPH Sisler, St Louis 405
BPH Jackson, Chicago .... 4113
BPH Ruth. New York ; 387
BPPJ Rice. Washington 369
PPBB Hendryx, Boston : 337
BPPJ t:obb, Detroit 33
BBbBBJ Witt, Philadelphia 309
N ATIONAL LEAGUE,
PPH Eayrs, Boston 404
BPPJ lornsby, St. Louis
PPH E. Smith, New York 329
IHousn. Cincinnati 7
Konotchy, Brooklyn 3 23
Hollocher, Chicago 3ir
BlKbef. Plttsburc 316
Williams. Philadelphia 31"
East, Wichita 374
Bogart, Joplin 364
Phestak. Ft Joseph 353
Brannon, Tulsa 333
Ij?llvelt. Omaha 32S
Dofate. Sioux City 320
Coffey. Dee Moines 316
Pitts, Oklahoma City 314
STARS IN TENNIS
KANSAS CITY, July 23. Wallace
Bates, California tennis star, set the
pace today In the sinKle RlOtchet
tournament here by disposing of Phil
brook Smith, Ames, Iowa a Missouri
Valley Inter-collcglate champion. In
straight 6ets, 6-1. 6-1, 6-2 Observi
declared that the match was one of
the most Interesting of the tourna
I WRESTLE TO DRAW
.1 PHOENIX. Ariz.. July 3. PeU-
PPBfl Sauer of Lincoln. Neb., and Thomas
PPBfl Grant of Seattle. Wash., wrestled two
PPBB hours and 15 minutes without a fall
m, here tonight- They are lightweights.
W. L Pct
Salt Lake 63 44 5SS
! Vernon 65 4 7 .580
Log Anireles ...5S 50 .537
'San Francisco 55 53 .503
Portland 48 65 .466
'Seattle 48 69 .449
! Oakland 49 63 437
Sacramento 4 7 62 .131
IYrslrnlay's Hi-miIc.h. .
Salt Lake S, Seattle. 7.
Vernon 1. Los Angeles 0
Oakland 12. San Francisco 3.
Portland 6, Sacramento 1.
Bees Finally Win
Contest From Seattle
SALT LAKE CITY. July 24 Seattle
I came frOm behind here yesterday in
the ninth sposm and chased four
'counters over the platter, coming
within an ace of winning the fourth
straight game from the Bees, but
their luck was halted, the Bees being
011 the Ion send of an 8 to 7 score
Heine Snnds, playing the keystone
In place of Marty Krug, who iook
French leave from the club, playeii
1 stat game in the field Bill Ruriiicr
sapped out two homers and B triple
during the matinee.
Score. R. H E.
Srnttle 7 9 3
Salt Lake 8 13 2
I Batteries: Demaree, Francis ami
Adams; Leverenz and Byler
Tigers Blank Angels
in Snappy Matinee
Los ANGELES, July 2 4 The
TIgera again won out over the Angei?
here yesterday, the count being 1 to 0.
the contest being flashy from start to
finish. Chadbourne's two-bagger-scoi -
j ing Mitchell in the third inning was
! the Only s--ore of the day registered.
I Dell and Pert lea mixed for mound
1 honors with the colors going to the
Score. R H E
1 Vernon 1 6 1
I Los Angeles .0 7 2
I Batteries Dell and Devoriner; Per
tlca, Hughes and Lapan
Per fed Wins 6 to 1
Game From Senators
SACRAMENTO; July 1 1 Three
hits In the sixth and four In tlhe
lghth innings here yesterdsy nettert
the Beavers six runs and a 6 to 1 vic
tory over the locals. Sutherland al
lowed but two hits.
Scon R.H K
Portland 6 10 0
Sacramento l - 3
Bal eries: Sutherland and Tobtn.
Penner and Cook
Oaks Easily Trim
San Franisco Stars
SAN FRANCISCO .Tnlv 24. The
Oaks pl'-ycd rings around the Seals
her- ycsterdiy. winning In ea stie.
11' to 1 Three twlrle-s were used by
San Francisco and all were hit harn
Score. R. H E.
Oakland 12 15 u
Sai Franclr.co . . 3 9 z
P.a' ;rrl Mirn nnil MItze Coucn.
Lewie, Pr it lan f?ul Agnew. Yelle
WHAT THEY SAY
Good players are not for sale. Poor
ones are of no use. That's the vec
slnn of President Joe Tinker of the
I Columbus club after a' scouting trip
through the west. He says:
"It Is harder to get baseball play
era right now than ever before In my
experience. You can t get them that
' Is the good ones There's absolutely
not a player who would help the
TIr.ks i I be had It is the llrst 'up
I agalnst-the-wall' experience I have
I ever had Usually 0 manager can
Jump out and find some promising
youngster who can be obtained This
war is different. Men, a ho are do
ing their teams any good, can't be
begged, bought or borrowed "
Tasting of Bob Martin's big rlgnt
hacfl hasn't discouraged Dick O'Brien
and his manager. Kiddy Bishop. Biddy
"We're not discouraged. I'm satis
fied O'Brien is a good man and will
yet come to the front. Martin won
fair and sq on and deserves a lot oi
credit I don't want to detract a bit
from his victory The canvas was
wet and slippery when Dick went
down In the first round at Columbus
and I believe It w as a handicap to
my fighter's speed '-"
' CoH'MBI'S All amateur athletes
Of I ihlo. registered with the A A. V..
have been invited to attend a big field
and track meet here Sept. 4
HE LOSES FIRST SET BUT THAT'S ALL
"Big Bill" Tilden Comes Into His Own
Abroad And Johnston Returns To Form
BY DEAN SN1 DER.
Our American tennis aces arc whiz
zing nlong on Luropean courts.
While "Little Bill" Johnston was
looked upon as our best bet for the
Davis Cup singles when the galaxy
of American stars gilded out of New
Vork harbor a feu weeks ago. things
have decidedly switched e" that It's
on even bet with Big Bill" Tilden
) Vdmlrers of both stnrs hae thclr
jown arguments ns to jini why the Cal
ifornlan lost to the Lngllsh veteran,!
J C Parke, and why the Briton was
easy for Tilden a couple of days latei
Ills BIG CHAM J
It seems plausible to think .that
Johnston simply had an off day, for
, ho later came back In the Davis cup
! series and handled the Kngllshman asl
'decisively as Tilden bad done Vet it,
!gave Tilden his hani e. In fact, It
put the heaviest i esponslhliity of the
i Americans' reputation on his shoul-i
I dOrt. He walked away with It straight
I to a world ui h-
Following Parke, ' Big Bill'' ellml
Inated A. It F. KingSCOte, who has
proven to be England s strongest play
er, and likewise Xenzo Shinildzu. the
PROl f s si RPRIrfE.
I But the American showed his real
l hand when he clashed with Gerald j
Patterson and outgamed htm. Tilden j
had learned In matches played against'
Patterson last fall in this country that
the Australian's most vulnerable spot
was his back hand So ho made the
i most of It
Ills victory surprised not only Eu-
I rope, but America as well, for when1
JohMtOn was eliminated folks at home1
here read the paragraphs of the Call-1
fornlan's defeat with saddened hearts.
They did not figure on Tllden's tri-
umph ovei Europe's best after Little!
Bill" took the count.
Vet Tilden has not won the popular-(
ity he probably deserves. He Is quite
s If-conscions on the courts His man-,
nerlsms often arouse the antipathy of'
The English gatherings at Wimble
don sided with Shlmldzu while Tilden
i was beating him, It is said
I Tilden is always spectacular in his
I play. He has a straight service, hit
with the flat racquet, which drives.
Ogden Team Plays
The Ogden baseball club of the
Wasatch league will clash vlth the
fast Tremon ton-Garland aggregation
In a non-league contest at Tremonron
, Sunday afternoon, according to an
announcemtnt made by Manager F.
GET-AWAY DAY RACES
RUN IN GALE OF WIND
KALAMAZoii Mich.. July 24.
' Racing In a gale of wind that roared
down the stretch, the grand circuilors
staged four events on the gct-awav-day
card yesterday afternoon. It was
a session of discomfort to hores driver-'
anil audience, and fast time was
out of the question Tootsle Tolse won
the 2 12 trot from a field of ten start
ers after losing the first heat to Tara'si
Hall. Valentine annexed his fourth;
stake race here bv capturing the event
for 2:0i pnrers with Edna Early John
Henry won the first heat In this event. I
The thr, c year old nace was a hollow
I Victory for Lon McDonald's Rifle Gren-:
'ade while Geers took the 2.16 pace,
.with Leoco Grottan
DERGDOLL LOSES AIR LICENSE. ,
new TORK. Grover C Berg.i ;!
escaped prisoner from the mllltarj
prison where he was sent for draft'
j desertion has had his pilot's licensi
revoked b) 'he board governors
of the Aero club of America. He was,
given a certificate In April. 1912.
Ill K.MAN MATCHED.
DENVER.' July 28. Pete Herman,
bantamweight chumplon of the world.
I and Roy Moore of Baltimore were
matched todas to box twelve rounds
I to a decision in Denver on August 13.
The Ij.hs win make 116 pounds ring- I
S.-.on PI R PI NCH
AKR IN Bob Martin in figuring up
his fight with Dick O'Brien at Colum
bus finds that he got exactly SG00 per
punch. He hit O'Brien four times. The
purse was J2000.
CLEVELAND George L'hlo and
George Cykowski graduatod from
Cleveland sandlots to the big time
Now Detroit has signed Norman Glas
ler. another kid hurler.
OPF.NW ALD'S STI FF
DES MOINES When Trls Speaker
let the Des Moines club have Ted
"denwold he did a "good Samaritan '
act Ted pitched a three-hit game
against Omaha the other day.
cayI mm Am
Ti loan, 2n
Though William Tilden, II, has suffered a wrenched knee
while playing on European courts, he is playing as if charged
with clectricty. l ie has a habit of losing the first set and ther
flashing back in all his splendor in the others.
iho ball at terrific speed. Generally So far 'Big Bill" has shown himself
the ball goes tor a clean ace to be the greatest player of our times,
M'LOUGHLIX TWIST. match for match and stroke for
He varies this with an American ' stroke,
twist service. This style Is said to be One slip by Johnston, our national
fully ns baffling as McLdUghlln's Was champion, gave Tilden the breaks and
at his best. tnp chance to show
Patterson is his superior only in Put now that Johnston has returned
overhead work. Tilden is erratic injto form also, as shown by his victories
this respect alone. In variety of pace over both Gobert and Parke, why It
and placement he Is easily Johnston's j looks us though either of the Amerl
superlor. The way lie can anticipate cans Is capable of copping the Davis
al: i ' 1 1 1 m ' r. e 1 1 - si,.,' is :, . 1 1 l ' lp
SIR THOMAS IS I
Challenger Praises American
Defender and Crew; May
ON BOPD STEAM YACHT VIC
TORIA. July 24, The loss of two yacht
races in succession, with the com
manding lend of being within one race
ol lifting the cup, has not dtSCOUragl '1
Sir Thomas Llpton. owner of the chal
lenging i raft Neither has he lost con
fidence In his boat, or the men who
man her, and the conclusion of yester
day's race saw him optimistic of the
Of the winner Sir Thomas said
"Resolute Is a wonderful boat In all
points of sailing. The crew is a very
good class of men Very smart, efficient
and certainly well trained."
Of his own boat and he,r men, he
"I am positive that my crow has
done the very best it could under the
exacting circumstances You know
my boat had but little training. Wo
only sailed thr.- trails"
Of officials of the regatta commit
tee and of all who had In hand the
policing of the course and the manage
m nt of the race ho had onl the high
Asked If In the event that tomurrow s
race goes against him h would Issue
another challenge. Sir Thomas replied
It would first be necessary to consult,
with the Royal Ulster Yacht club. He
Intimated, however, that he had such a
thought in mind.
At a conference with reporters fol
lowing the race. Lord Dcwar, who Is
one of Sir Thomas' guests, Joined his
host In a tribute to American fairness
"There Is another thing," Lord De
war added, "the sporting instinct of
the American lad That she would
get up at F o clock In the morning day
after day and travel down here for the
inconvenience of being tossed aboijt in
the swell aboard the bi'.its Is Wonder
ful. It is more than 1 can say about
English ladles They would not do It
The loyalty of American women In
contests of sports arouses my astonishment."
O'DOWD IS "it. o."
Portland Ore.' Because Mike
O'Dowd refused to box Battling Ortega
hero when told ho would hnc to take
a percentage, he ha9 been called a
Logan Baseball Nine
Enters Denver Meel
The fast Logan baseball club of the
Cache Valley league will be entered
in the semi-professional tournej oi
baseball teams to be staged at Denvei
next month, according to word re
ceived here today The tourney is
conducted annually by a Denver news
paper. A large silver loving cup goes
with the team copping the gonfalon.
Teams from Colorado. Missouri. Wyo
ming. Utah and other states ha"e al
ready entered, It is said.
Two Ogden athletic stars will wear
the colors of Logan to Denver. Lewis
Falck. star outfielder and Glenn Dee.
catcher, are the local men playing
o nthe Logan club. Both boys art
flashy players and are expected to
show class galore In the tourney.
AMERICAN POLO TEAM
WILL PLAY TOMORROW
OSTLND. Belgium, July 23. The
American polo team which arrived to
day, will play Its first game hero Sun
day with the Spanish polo team A
enntest between the Spanish and Eng
lish teams will follow and the wlnnois
on Tuesday will play for the Glmpic
The Spanish and English plnyeis
are better mounted than the Ameri
cans, wno hope to offset this by hard
riding. Sunday's lineup for the Amer
ican team will be. No. 1, Captain A.
R Harris; No. 2, Captain Terry Al
len; No. 3, Colonel G C Montgomery,
No. 4, Colonel N E. Margetts.
Spain's team Includes the Duke of
Penaranda, Duke of -vine, Duke of
Santo Mauro and the Marquis oi
SAX FRANCISCO. Cal . July 25.
Twenty-tVO California rugby players
comprising the squad from which the
all-Am, rlcan 1 'lymplc games team will
be picked, lcae hero July 31 for New
York, where they will remain until
August 5, when thej sail on nn army
transport for Antwerp, It was an
nounced here todas They expect to
pla a practice game In New York.
August 4 Jim Wiley. Australian and
Stanford university player, has charge
of the squad.
PI BSE OFFERED
BOSTON, July 23 Tex Rlckard to
day offered Johnny Wilson of this city
holder of the world's middleweight
boxing title $20,000 to meet Mike
O'Dowd. the former champion. In a '
title battle to bo fought In Madison
s.uaro Garden. New York, in Septem
W. L Pct.
Brooklyn 53 37 .f.'JO
Cincinnati 47 37 .560
Pittsburg 4 2 4n ,ul2
New Vork 42 43 .494
Bt Louis 3 46 .480
Chicago 4 1 4 7 4 84
Boston 35 43 44'j
Philadelphia ! .417
Yi Bterdny'fl Results
At Pittsburg Brooklyn 6, Pltts
At Cincinnati New York 0, Clncin
At Chicago Philadelphia 10, Chi
At St. Louis Boston 6. St. Louis t
1 odays Schedule.
Brooklyn at Pittsburg
New York nt Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at Chicago
Boston at St. Louis.
Cincinnati Star Blanks New
1 to 0
CINCINNATI, July 24 Nell a triple
allowed b Allen's sacrifice fly In the
eighth inning esterday enabled Cin
cinnati to win from New York. 1 to 0.
Ruether was invincible at all s'ages,
the Giants not getting a runner p-iat
first after the fourth inning. Benton
also was very effective.
Score: R- H L.
Now York 0 4. Zl
Cincinnati 1 6 0
Batteries. Benton and Snyder;
Ruether and Allen.
CHICAGO. July 24. Philadelphia s
attack in the ninth was so savage
tluit Vaughn, who held a three-run
lead oer the visitors, walked out ofj
the box. Carter was unable to sub-i
due the attack and before Bailey stop
ped the rally seven runs had been
scored, giving Philadelphia 'J 10-to-7
victory' over Chicago. Fletcher s horn-1
or off Bailey with two runners on
bases clinched the game for Philadel
phia. Score: P.. II. F.
Philadelphia U 11 ,t
Chicago , ... 7 S 1
Batteries Cause, Smith and;
Wheat, aughn, Carter, Bailey und
ST LOUIS. July 24. Boston de
feated St. Louis, t to 5, In a seesaw
game yesterday, driving Haines from
the box in the seventh Inning. Pick
hit a home run In the first, scoring
Powell, aho had tripled ahead of t,v.
Score: R H K.
St Louis 5 13 0
Boston 617 0
Batteries. Haines, Sherdel and
Clemmons, Dellhofer; McQulnlan and
PITTSBL'RG, July 24. Brookln
defeated Pittsburg yesterday, 6 to 5.
Mammaux was knocked out of the
box In tho eighth Inning, when the lo
cals scored three runs. Smith re
placed him and prevented further
scoring. Schmidt and Haeffnor were
hit by foul tips and forced to retire
Score: R II. E.
Brooklyn 6 12 2
Pittsburg ..513 1
Batteries Mammaux. Smith and
Miller Adams and Hennefer, Lee
AMERICAN LEAGUE I B
W l. Pct. 9i-
New York 61 32 .65 6 BH
Cleveland 58 31 .652 LH
Chicago 54 35 .607
Washington 41 42 .434 Hf!?!
St. Louis 42 46 .477 Rfi
Boston 39 46 .459 snM
Detroit 29 55 .345 HH
Philadelphia 27 64 .297 IPPi
At Washington St. Louis 1, Wash- d .''i
Ington 3 "w Jans.''.'
At Philadelphia Detroit 1, PhIi--
delphla 4. 1 fffK
At Now York Cleveland 3, New I raW
York 6. I Kgfe
At Bostbp- Chicago S, Boston 7. bl5''y''
St. Louis at Washington. I . y
i u troll at Philadelphia
Cleveland at New Torn, I I
Chicago at Boston Lpff' I
WEES SLIDE 1
Jew York Ousts Cleveland in !
American League; Ruth I '
NEW TORK, July 24. The New ill,
York Yankees wrested tho American JfV
t - . i 1 rshlp from b-vcland yes- jHH
terday, winning the third game of the sjilc!
series, 6 to 3 The teams meet in BiO'''
their final game of the series tomor- EjS ""
The v Isltors wont after Shawkey In srSc''' '' !'i
the first Inning and scored on Chap- i2fc!5
man's triple and Speakers' sacrifice Btffc''i ''
fly. New nrk failed to score until wi
the fourth, when three runs were put FTjJSWjj
across on an error and three hits. afiKjS-'
Ruth knocked out his thirty-third k,.
home run. Hnji
Score: R H. E. LsHtift-'l
Cleveland 3 12 3 Kasliiil
New York 6 8 0 BsHlKi
Patterii Morton, L'hle. Nlohauss, Bni'i
and O'Neill, Thomas, Shawkey. Mor- BfiipW -1
grldge and Ruel HlKr
WASHINGTON. July 24 Slsler's H'
homer In the ninth was tho only run
made by St Louis yesterday off Erlck- fl
son. and Washington won, 3 to 1. K'BV:
The Nationals got a run In the sev- K";
enth through Shank's triple and a P"'vS):!i;
single off Sothern and then bunched H '' ' ,'
three hits off Wcllman In tho eighth, I" , .
scoring two more runs. . sa
Score: R. H. E sVi
St Louis l 6 2 mi
Washington 3 7 0 . 'Vv
Batteries: Sothorn, Wellman and BT "V
Scvcreld. Erlckson and Gharrlty. mWt .JL
P' '.-'I ' N. Ju!v Chic.ic., A
hits better advantage yesterday "IBwJ
and defeated Boston, 8 to 7. Six hits Wf
In succession, headed by Llebold s trl- L
pie caused Pennock's retirement in
retirement In the sixth. Pinch Hitter W''h
Murphy drove In the lying and win- BlE!i
nlng runs In the eighth with a single BKt 1 isR
Score: R. H. E. fc'i'T
Chicago 8 13 3 Bvlwllr
Boston 7 18 1 BSBsnSl
Batteries: F.aber. Wilkenson. Kerr BwSt '
and Payne; Pennooki Fortune, Kan BiSe
and Wallers KOTi
PHILADELPHIA. July 24 Gallo- BbP j"
wa s hitting won yestfrdn s game IBv
from Detroit foi Philadelphia, 4 to 1. -v
Rommel piteher) his first full gamo -d?
In the American league Catches by
Dyke9 and Yeach featured. I i
Score: R. H. E. A -
Philadelphia 4 7 0 fcBff' 1'
Batteries : Leonard. Okrle and W I:
Woodall; Romrncil and Perkins ,
( L Olio smacked a liner out to field J Tjm
Q 7Wff ? And then the fle'der stopped It, '''l
l ut a11 the 6ame got on first M
r'"" Bccausa said fielder dropped It. I Im
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Boson with her narrow streets.
Her Commons ' and her beans,
la out In front in sport events
In many ways, it seems.
Four nights a week her fight clubs
Seethe with that bloody gore
That brings tho fans upon their frer
As boxers hit the floor.
She has a pair of ball clubs
And though they're not on top,
Tho crowds still gather daily
Whero Babe Ruth once was pop
And the Olympic finals,
It seasoned up her hope
She's bidding for the real one
As she eats her beans with hope
Boston has narrow streets and
winding paths, but it" yon follow one
cf them you'll either end up at a ball
park, n fight club or a cinder track.
Boston's ball clubs aren't sending
jp any skyrockets this year, but most
every one in the Boy City has a oase
They haven't forgotten Babe Ruth
and they never will so long as he
plas on any of tho visiting teams.
Four fight clubs are going weeklf MB,
the year round Her fighters are lit K4Bnl
tie known outside of Boston boun
daries. but remember Johnny Wilson. Ertsfl
Boston folk are great on patronizing j.l'
homo industries Why, they hao a ' .
boxer by the name of Tommy Kloby I
Corcoran, who has made $100,000 K
since the war In the prize ring, and wt ;
yet he never has fought outside New I;
During the Olympic games finals. f
held In Boston, the B. A. A opened ssir'
guns to bring tho next Olympiad to l
Buston. sH? J
The wonderful lPiry.ir.! stadium 13 flffvL
but minutes from tho heart of mmT'
P"st'n It would le an Ideal place MmK
for holding such an International ath- ssSs
The Harvard stadium seats 30.000 t-'-'ilS
people and boasts the finest clnier Bp smj
In the world, and. wnen you bbpJ
s.iy world, you take In lots of tern- I3Jbbb!
tory, but It Is a Boston fact. bLbbs!
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