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1 Hh UGDtff V ArNUAKLMiXAMllNfcK KKIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 6, 1920 i
I COAST LEAGUE
W L. Pet.
Lake 69 C2 670
Los Angeles 63 59 616
Portland 57 59 .491
Seattle" 59 C2 .488
Oakland 56 70 .444
Sacramento ...52 70 420
ait Lake 4, Oakland 6.
: Vernon 3, Sacramento 4. (12 In
J Portland 2. Los Angeles 1.
;' Seattle 4, San Francisco 1.
I Oaks Take Fast
Game From Bees
BAN FRANCISCO. Aug 6 The
Oaks heat the Bees ye.tcrda on th'ir
home lot at Oakland the scorn helm?
fi to 4 Buzz Artett held the Salt
Lakers safe at all times and twirled
pood ball Manager Johnson an
nounced todav that Martv Kxug would
Join the Bee-- here Saturday and return
to his old position at the keystone.
R. H. E
Pt Ike J J J
Oakland 6 13 1
Batteries: Ctlllop, o.ould and Byler;
R. Arilctt and Mltse,
II Beavers Win Scrappy
Contest From Angels
PORTLAND. Aug 6 Brook twirl
ed wonderful ball for 'he locals yes
terdav the Beaver winning over th
Angeis in a nip and tuck contest the
score beinr? 2 to 1. The contest was
the fastest played In Portland this
Mason requiring but 1 hour and 16
minutes. Brooks allowed but two hits
R. H. E.
Los Angeles 1 1
Portland 2 9 1
Batteries Brown and Bassler;
Brooks and Tobjn.
on Winning Streak
SEATTLE. Aup 6 The Rainier
landed on Love and Jordan in the fifth
Inning of yesterday's panic winning
handily from the Seals the score being
- to 8. The visitors made a strong
rally In the ninth but failed to put
over the winning tallies.
P. H E
San Francisco 3 12 3
Seattle 4 11 0
Batteries- Love, Jordan and Agnew;
Geary) Brenton and Adams.
I Senators Win in
I Twelfth From Tigers
LOS ANGELES, Aug 8 The Ylp
pers walloped the Tigers here yester
day 4 to 3 In a nifty battle which was
not decided until the twelfth Inning.
In the twelfth th visitors gol to
Frommo and scored their winning
R. II. E
Sacramento ... 4 11
Vernon 8 12 2
Batteries Malls and Cad : Schci
lenbach, Frommo ana DeVornicr.
IFelt and Leek Win
in Golf Matches
; In the semi-finals of the third
President's cup match, held Wednes
day at the links of the Ogden Qolf
and Country club W li. Felt defeated
Abbot Click, and Richard Leek de
feated . R Kimball These winners
will play their final match within the
Mrs. George Uaule defeated Mrs.
F Baker for the President's cup
for women, and Mrs. Richard Lei k
won the August contest for the Blge
The following players are matched
for the August cup, donated by W.
Arthur, the contests to be played by
August 8 If poasIM.
v v I'm kefeller vs W. D Brown;
fc-N. Pierce vs. F V.. Baker; E. O.
Wattls vs. W B. Felt, Rlrhnrd Leek
vs S. M. Edgell. Abbot Gllck vs. W.
H Wattls. Mark Murphy W. H
Barnes, P. A Boyd vs E. W C.in
nadv, P. T- Wright vs. V. R. Klm-bal1-
ISANTEL AND LONDOS
SIGN UP FOR MATCH
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 6. Ad San
tel and Jimrnle LondOS today elgned
articles for a wrestling match here
August 17. The weight limit was
fixed at ISO pounds
l He don't get home till midnight
. ' At sunrise he is off
m i Oh no. he doesn't work so bard
V - j He's merely playing golf.
NEW YORK. Aug 6. The special
committee of he United States Golf
association, sent nbroad to confer with'
the rules of goif committee at St. An-
drews not only settled several points
up for decision, but also decided on a
; uniform code of both sides of the At
Inniic, it was announced today.
Changes in the rules affect the Sty
inie, the lost bnll penalty! amateur ad
professional definitions and other min
Jor details. The changes take effect
September 1, except the standard ball
ruling, which will go into effect in
fiay, 1921. The new rules are
"(Profer slonal definition:) One who,
af'er attaining t.- age of 16. hes cai
tried clubs for hire. received any con
sideratlon either directly or indirect
ly for playing or for teaching the game,
or for playing In a match or founin
jment or for a mosey prize in any tour
nament. Every application for rein
'statement to amateur status will be
I considered cn Its merits, but a player!
may not be reinstated more than
' once " I
Violations of tne amateur rule in
! elude. Rending one's name or like
ness for the advertisement or sale of
I anything except as a dealer, manitfac
turer or Inventor thereof; or permit
ting one's name to be advertised or
published for pay as the author of
I books or ar' icles on golf of vhieh one
is not actually the author,
j There will do the same penalty for
I lost ball, unplaved ball and out of
j bounds; In other words, the player
must go back to where he played from
Jand lose stroke end distance, and a
provisional ball ma) be played to save
The stymie definition ctates a stymie
lis laid when both balls are on the put
i t ins green and the opponent's ball lies
'in any position v hicn the player re
. irda as interfering with his line, pro
Ivfded the balls be not within six
inches of each ether The rule then
provides that "if tho opponent lay the
player a stymie, the player may re
moe the opponent's ball, the oppo
nent shall then be deemed to have
holed in his next stroke It the golfer
plajing within thr putting green lays
himself a stvmic the rule does not ap
pl3 I The rule regarding Ihe standardized
ball requires that the weight of 'he
ball shall not be greater than 1 6J
ounces and the rlze not less than 1.G2
I inches in diameter
RAY AND VARDON
DIVIDE THEIR MATCH
YOUNGSTOWNj o, ug. 5. Harry
i Yardon and Ted Ray, star British golf
; crs, divided their 30 hole exhibition
match here todaj Kith Lmmett French :
and Ber' Lagerblade, Youngsjpwn pro-j
fessionals, each team winning one
I round ono ip
French and Lagerblade won the
morning round and the afternoon
match went to Var.lon and Ray
CANADIAN CLUB IS
PREPARING TO CHALLENGE;
MONTREAL, Aug. 5 A. C. BossJ
Canadian yachting enthusiast, tonight;
telegraphed J P Morgan, commodore
of tho New York Yacht club, that he
would soon receive a challenge fori
the America's cup from an organized
j Canadian yacht club a condition lm-,
posed by Mr. Morgan before r.ubmit-i
tins Mr Rops' Informal challenge toj
I Niv oik Yacht club officials.
Mr Ross expressed htmsolf confi
dent of being ahle to raise by public
t su Ascription a fund of $1,000,000 or
i even $-,000,000 If required to supply
Canada with a challenger.
COAST LEAGUE'S LIMIT
ON 18 PLAYERS TO EXPIRE
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 5 The
j eighteen limit player date In the Pa
cific Coast league will expire Sept.
f. Instead of Sept. 15 as previously
Met, it was announced by President
I Wm. H. McCarthy. After that time
I clubs will be allowed to hire as many
j men as the) d sire, he said.
The change was made on account
of closing of the season In smaller
clubs to get back players they had
loaned out and also would enable try
I Ing out now prospects during the rest
of the season, giving those men a
month or more of class AA baseball.
(By International Xcwn Service.)
VAMWKAls. . Ind. Sugar In lieu
of cash borid to Insure appearance of
(defendant In court Is the latest here.
I Four bags of sweetening were substl
tu'ed for a $100 cash bond when a
I Chicago motor truck driver was haled
'I Into court for damaging an automobile
in a collision.
I PUTS "SLASH" IN TENNIS
New Ciay Court Champ
Makes Every Drive
Out of the Golden Gate countr has
corne another great net stai.
'Ihe Eair.e asphalt coiirts which de-
eloped Maurice McLoughlri and w:-;
11am M. Johnston have also contrib
uted Roland Itoberts. tlic 2 S-y ear-old
new national ciay court champion.
The style ot all Callfornias is the;
same. It Is the slashing type, tho;
driving cannpnball serve, sacrificing!
K ounj to get at the net and put the
They make the sensational kind of
plays that pwck tne galleries They
turnish tho Babo Ruth' sort of
But when tliey come cast Callfor
nlans invariably ilnd that It Is neces
sary for them lo remodel their games' '
The eastern i racks play ies.M the spoc-j
lacular tennis, using what Is termed
the well-rounded game The grass
courts of tho cast slow up the speed
of the ball that la obtained on the
It requires the spirit and speed of
south to play the California brand of
William Joimston won the national
r hamplbnshlp when ho was but 20
When he first came out of the gol
d n west his st: le was similar to Rob
erts' slashing brand But he has mod
ified this now. About all he uses of
his formei California tennis 13 the
speed forehand drive.
LIKE M LOlt.HI lN.
McLougbiin was a short-lived cham
pion, probably becgtlSe he stuck to the
western peed game But he was a
wonder, Every drive, was spectacular
The gsllerli 3 loved his chain-lightning
wallops. But when his youth began
to slip away from him his game elo-!
Roberts Is not bothered by high
bounces. He's rangy and springy. His
GAME OF CUSPS
FIGURES III CASE
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 5 Presl-I
dent William H McCarthy of the Pa
cific Coast Baseball I.eag je announc
ed today that he had toid R Maler.
owner of the Ycrnon team, that the:
demand of "Babo" Borton. suspend-'
ed first baseman, for a hearing of;
charges against hlin, would not bo
granted until Borton told the names'
of the persons InvoUed In tho crap
game whore Borton said he lost $300
to Harl Maggert, Salt Lake outfield
er. Maggrrt was unconditionally re
leased on the charge that be ro
j calved $300 from Borton. The two
'players claimed this wad In payment
! of a gambling debt contracted about
a year ago.
"I told ?.Ir. Maler over the long
1 distanrp telephone to Los Angeles
I that Borton's call for a hearing was
j almost too late anyhow.' said Presl-
dent McCarthy, 'as demands already
1 had been made on the plaver from
.irlous quarters for information about
this alleged trap game and there had
been plenty of time to explain
IfoWeYeT, Mr. Maler said he would
I make a demand himself on Borton."
LOS ANGELES, Aug. G ' Babe"
I Borton. first baseman of the ernon!
rluh of the Pacific Coast Baseball,
league, declined today to tell Ed. R.
Malr, owner of tho club, names of
pfrKins Involved In an alleged crap,
game where Borton Is said to have
lost $300 to Harl Maggert. Salt Lake
outfielder, according to a statement!
b Maler here today.
Maler said hf would not release
i Borton pending further developments.'
M.-iWt haa perfected arrangements
1 to fight gambling on the ball games:
I at Washington park hrv He has!
ongaKfd spe ial policemen and plalnl
1 clothes men to guard the entrances
I to the park and to be stationed tn I
'v ' 3J
leaps into the air are one of his big
gest r.ssets. His second sei .e has Just
a much on the hall as his lirst
Paired with Peck Griffin, the vet
eran from California, he won the Unit
ed States championship intercity dou
bles at Cleveland.
BEA1 Uli H RI)S.
A few weeks ago at Chicago he van
quished Vincent Richards, the boy
jph'enom, for tho cla court title
The new Lochimar from the west
will get his real tests on tho grass
rourts at Forest Hills. On his showing
ti'trp will rest hi chance to break Into
the Big Four," the present Davis Cup
te.4in, consisting of Johnston Tllden,
Norrls and Garland.
j Tho Big Four are on route home
after successfully conquering the L-ig-IJs-h
and French net aces. They'll
compete at Forrest Hills. After this
I tournament the Olympic tennis team
Will be selected.
EYES O.N ANTWEltP.
I'm after Williams' or Garland's!
I Job." says Roberts. 'I've got my eyes!
I luc uscd on Antwerp."
A CloSQrUP of the new California
IsUir reveals a peculiar contrast. Al-j
though he Is bur 2", his hair lss Creak
ed with gray. He is always emiling, a
1 good loyer. and not the least bit tern-!
pecantental, 'ff the courts he Is quiet;
But In tennis togs he's different. Ho
bp us up with bis bewildering cannon -
ball drives and spectacular slashing
'the- typical golden gate brand of ten-
I Roberts has modeled his game after
1 the style of "you cun t hit what ou
j can't see" and has driven himself1
rapidly to the front In tennis ranks.
BY THE INSIDER
Tw o outs the bases loaded,
The score stood tie arid lie,
Gellath stepped up to tho plate,
W lib muidei Uf nls eye.
They held a consultation
Out round the grassy mound.
The advice they gave the pPcher was
"For heaven's sake bear down!"
Goliath poled the horseskln
Far o'er the garden wail,
And ambled round the circuit.
Four runs came In that's all.
Tho pitcher looked as pale as death.
He shook from toe to crown;
"Please tell me, mates." he said.
What do you mean bear down?"
No. Profess, the ball park Is no plaro
for a grammarian.
The wn Kid Language cuts up at
.1 t ill game Is a terrible slam at Noah
Baseball slang has absorbed but few
accredited terms in recent years,
The latest member of the slang
household Is the phrase, "Bear down
and bear down hard."
I grandstand bleachers with orders to
eject any person caught betting on a
MIKE DUNDEE WINS
FIGHT WITH MARINO
COLORAP" SPRINGS, Colo Aug.
5 Mike Uundee of Rock Island. Ills,
outpolntrd Baihms Marino of New
York. In a 12-round bout here tonight
Eddie Huse, claimant to the Pacific
1 When a pitcher gels In a pinch with
a dangerous hitter up his mates ex
hort klm to "bear down."
Or when a psychological swat Is
needed to turn the break of a matlnci"
the coacher advises the batter to
"bear down" that is, put tho old
j.reasure on the bat.
The "bean ball" came Into polite
baseball usage a few ears ago. It has
had a good run, and lots of victims.
Our baseball lore Is built practically
all on slang phrases. That Is why
soccer is tho national game In Eng
land. Baseball writers have a Jingle all
their own. The reason their slangy'
vocabulary grown slowly Is not because
it isn't according to Hoyle. "but rather
because ltl s hard to make rich gravy
A sport writer who uses good lan
guage In baseball soon flndt; himself
doing society and golf columns.
Imagine Babe Ruth up at the bat'
and the bag loaded. Would you ad-1
vise a pitcher to ' bear down" or walk
him? Throo guesses. Yep, that's j
f eoat welterweight champlanshlp. and
J Mike O Leary, battled to an eight
Kid Paul of Ienvcr, won a decis
ion over Young Sol of Salt Lake City
In six rounds
PLAY FOR CUP.
WELLINGTON. N 7... Aug. 5.
Play for the lavi cup between the
America 11 team as challengers, and the
i Australasians, present holders, have
I been fixed to take place at Auckland.
'December 2S, 29 and 31
Red Twirler Allows But Three
Hits to Philadelphia
I NATIONAL LEAGUE
I W L. Pet.
Brooklyn &8 41 199
Cincinnati 53 42 J558
IPIttsburg 51 45 531
I Chicago 51 f2 ,4&S
I St. Louis 45 54 .45S
Boston 41 50 4 51
Philadelphia T.3 57 .401
c stordaj '- Results
At Boston Bt Lotrl.T 0. Boston 1.
At Brooklyn Pittsburg 3, Brook
At New York t. h:cago 1. New
At Phllr. le.'phia rinclnnatl 7 Phil
Todaj '9 Schedule
Pt. Louis at Boston.
Pittsburg at Brooklyn,
rh'.-.ir.'o at Nct York
Cincinnati at Philadelphia.
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 6 Luque
held Philadelphia to thrcs hits e.--terday
and Cincinnati won. 7 to.0.
Only two local players reached sec
Duncan's hitting was a feature
Grob was hit twice with pitched balls.
1 Score R HE.
1 Cincinnati 7 1 1 ' 1
Philadelphia 0 3 0
Batteries: Luque and Wlngo. Hub
bel. Enzmann and Wheat.
BROOKLYN, Aug. 6 Pittsburg
won a ten-Inning battle from Brook
j lyn yesterday, R to 5.
I The score was tied three times up
to the tenth, when the Pirates
bunched four hits with a base on
I balls off Grimes for victory.
Score: R. H E
Pittsburg S 14 11
Brooklyn 5 12 n
Batteries: Carlson, Hamilton and
Hennefer; Grimes and Elliott.
NEW YORK Aug 6 New York
' took the first of the series from Chl-
I cago yesterdej 2 to 1.
It was a pitching duel between
Barnes -ind Vaughn.
Deal scored for th" "ubs In the
: sixth on his triple and Bancroft's
1 fumble of Daly's grounder.
I In the Giants' half, with two out.
I Barnes and Burns singled, both scor
Inc on Bancroft's triple
Score. R HE
Chlcacro 1 2 0
New York 2 4 1
1 Batteries: Yaughn and Daly,
j Barnes and Snyder.
BOSTON. Aug fi Watson held St.
! Louis to four hits esterdav and Bos
ton defeated St Louis, 1 to 0
It was Watson's fourth consecutive
The only run was scored In tho ec
I end Inning Holke walked and was
forced at s.cond by Boeckel, who
stole second and scored on Maran
j ville's oingle.
! Score; R. H. E
I St. Louis 0 4 1
I Boston ... 1 6 1
j Battorley Schupp, Goodwin and
I Clemmons; Wotson and O'Neill.
HAL MAH0NE WINNER
' OF PACER SWEEPSTAKES
TOLEDO. 0.i Aug 5. Hal Malonc.
(won the sweepstakes for 2.05 pacers
after losing his first heat to John Hen
rv. while Great Britton won the To-
ledo, time 2 14 trot for 3-year-olds,
features on today's Grand Circuit ru ing
card. Best times were 2 05, 1
2 02 1-4. 2 14 trot, 2 07 1-4. The!
track was fast.
Arlon Mi Kinney won his first race,
of the season on the Grand Oih Ult
when ho took the 212 trot, but four
I heats w ere necessary as Lctanna S. '
! took the second heat and Walnut I
Frisco the third The hoat winners
then raced it off and Arlon M Kinney J
led all tho way. Tho best time was
Loulo Grattan won over the favor
ite, Goldle Todd, In the 2:03 pace. In I
j Straight heats. Tiie last quarter of
I the second heat wtrs pacod In 29 1
I -seconds The best time was 2 03
Great Britton equalled the mark!
mads by Dayster at Kalamaoo and)
j now Jj tied for the fastei mile fori
I three-year-olds this year, when he!
stepped both heats of the 2:14 troll
! 2 07 l
DEAL IN PLAYERS
MADE IN WESTERN
JOTLIN. -Mo. Aug. 5 A deal has1
been completed where Ike Wolfer. an 1
outfielder, and Gene Robertson, an
Infieldf-r. with the Columbus Ameri
can anso-'latlon team, are to come hero
and Second Baseman Krueger of the!
local Western League club report at
Columbus. It was announced tonight. 1
HUTU HOMER IS
Ehmke Hurls Superb Ball for
Tigers: Pratt Breaks fl
Long Record v
AMERICAN LEAGUE" 1
W L. Pet I
flex land 67 3 .66.'
New York 65 41 AW
Chicago 63 40 .615 to
St. LoUli 48 51 .4S:
Washington 46 50 4 7 9
Boston 44 54 .449 9
Detroit 18 61 .4 m
Philadelphia 31 71 .301
i est rdo i s Res til la
At Chicago Boston I, Chicago 1 BJ
At St. Louis Washington 1, St.
I Louis 2
At Detroit New York 1, Ptre-S " B
Onl three games scheduled. HB
Today St hedule
Boston at Chicago .
Washington at i?t I-ouls. HH
.Nw York at Detroit. HbI
Philadelphia at Cleveland
DETROIT. Aug. 6. Bnbe Ruth iL
"t New York made his thirty-ninth
horns run, of th season In yesterda JL
, pamo in which Detroit won, 7 to 1,
I It came !n the second Inning. Ho was ffltii
the first man up and knocked HQ
Bhmke'a initial offering over the Hal
screen In right field B
Hellmann made a circuit drive In Ear
the fourth bH
In tho eighth Detroit hunched five Hn
, hits and an error by Pratt, the first
for him since July. 1919, for five bbsf8
; run? bsavP
Score. R. H. E BJF5
New York l 5 .3
i Detroit 714
I Batteries: Shewkev and Hannah HI
Ruel; Ehmke and Stanage. Bsn
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 6. Three succes- Rt
slve singles In the ninth gave St. flfffa
Louis on" run and a 2-to-l victory BJEfS
over Washington yesterday. Mtf
Shocker, besides holding the visitor? BBsl
j to five hits drove In the deciding HHfi
tally Shaw hit hard but fast HBo
; fielding by Washington held down the mli-l
! score- Hijjl
Score: R. H E. w!g
Washington 1 r. 0 i
St. Louhl 3.14 I
!' itti .: iaw and Gh n V
: Shocker and Sereveld ;
CHICAGO. Aug. 6 Chicago yes- VTX
terday showed the effects of the aTO
strenuous series just closed with New (fvH
York and played indifferently against raiiL
Boston, 'he vlsitoi-n winning. 4 to 2, HHor
by punching hits in the third inning. nssir'
Score R. II K SGj
Boston 4 A 0 H
Chicago 8 1 HH
Batteries Jones and Walters. Cl- fist
cotte and Schalk. bbsbbI
NEW TENNIS CHAMPION
PLAYS IN POOR FORM
SEABR1CHT. N. J.. Aug. 5 Ten-
nls stars of the east and west Were BHL
Successful In the semi-final round HVh
matches of the singles on the turf HnW
of the Ssabrlght Lawn Tennis and B'
Cricket clqh todav. Ifibt
Watson M. Washburn. West Side Bk&
Tennis club, and Willis F. Davis. San BsWl
Franr-o. ixon in the men's singles. IBS
Wash!. urn defeated Dean Mathej Ju
New York. 2-6, 6-2. 6-2. "fl
tm i-- unexpi Ilj conquered Po- 4p -
land Rnbcrls. S.n I'ri ncl.nco C-3. 6-2 6jV'
The game of tho newly crowned B?fB
clay court champion was erratic and pvf
without any plan of campaign He V'
made a weak opponent. Davis pass'.l J
Roberts easily, handled his service re PL,
kills and by sheer .speed ehasod Rol
erts to bungle his volleys. WtMk
Miss Eleanor T nnnnt of Los Arige- PflhH
les. and Mias Marlon Z. Indersteln. tny
Boston, won In tho women's singles WtM
seml-flnals. She took the measure of H
Miss Edith Slgournry. Boston. 6-0. 6-2.
Miss Tennant extensively used her
Chopstroke for short returns and sho BBSBbu
plavnd ably overhead for kills In the Lbssbi
faster rallies. LsV
Miss Inderitein defr-atcd Miss Mar- bbsK
garet Grove. New York, 6-1, 6-1. iV
CHICAGO, Aug. 5 Jack Hutchln- H
son of Gler.view club. Chicago, todav Wfci
won the open golf championship, of rgwSS
the Western rlold association at flym- Hrl
pic field with 29J strokes for Ji Wmii
holes. Just one stroke under tho score S j
of Barnes of St. Louis, who had the li
title three years ago. BT
T VTE T htS i:m.
NEW YORK -Big Bill Tate is tak- H?tf
Ing th in dully on the Jaw while Jack 'BBBBsl
Dempsey shows training camp fans ho K"5
still has possession of his "Toledo"
"LEGS" TO vti;ks."
' SAN FRANCISCO When Catcher M
Charley Dorman pldgsd on . t lJ team t, SBSBBI
I they called him "Lero." His team- PHI
I mates on the Oakland club now call IV;
I him "Steaks." LssV
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