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, THE QGDN STANDARD-EXAMINER TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 7. 1920
II DEMPSEY GETS
I $59,000 PURSE
Miske Weeps ?.s He Leaves
Ring; Pickpockets Make
BENTON HARBOR Mich. Sept
H Jack Dempsey. world's heavyweight
champion, received $55,000 for bat
tcrlng Billy Mlcke. the Bt Paul chal
lender, to defeat in the third round
H of their scheduled ten round boutj
H here yesterday, according to a etate
H tnent of the receipts (riven out
H by Floyd KltMlmmnns. promoter of
H The total attendant of the Labor;
Day battle won 11.338 and the total!
receipt wer 11 34.901. Including state
H and war tnx. Dempsey was guaran
H terd 150.000 with a privilege of a--H
e.pting fifty p?r cnl of the receipt.'
B Miske fought on a straight guarantee
I , I
H After the knockout It was reported
1 that one of Mlskc's ribs had been J
hroken by the terrific punch h had
H received In the second round, but two
H phyalClam examined him and they
agreed there was no fracture. There i
heart the result of the punch, which,
he admitted, was the blow that really
1 started him toward defeat. Ills ribs
1 were bruised and his Jaw was very sore ;
H but otherwise ho showed no 111 ef- ;
Dempsev did not bear I mark of the ,
bnttle. After he had dinej with Pro-
H moter FltSBlmmonS and a party of I
friends last Right, he spent the rest
1 of the evening dancing at a pavilion
In St. Joseph. He planned to leavi
f..r Chicago late this afternoon and i
will Immediately go east in search
H of new opponents to conquer.
Tromoter Fltzslmmers derlared the (
H contest wns a success In every way
Peplte the police protection scores
HI of visitors were victims of pickpockets
Secretary McCa'H.y. of the -t ..on
Ins Commission, was robbed of $10
at the ringside. Others reported thai ,
! fhev had lost sums ranging from $2."i
Miske was heartbroken over the de- ,
feat He left th ring In tears as he
hoped to stav the limit with Dempae)
as he had done In their two previous
engagement! Mis father and wife
were ringside spectator.
i CO AST LEAGUE
W. I Pet.
Vernon "J :
Salt Lake " ' ,
Pan Francisco $ ?
bos Angelei 0 77 .51Q
1 Oakland " -J'J
Portlr.nd l p "ift
Sacramento 6 11
Pr.lt Lake 4-7. i.os Angeles 11-0.
Portland 1-3: San Francisco 0-6.
Oakland 0-12; Sacramento 5-5. .
Seattle 1-8; Vernon 4-4.
I Angels-Bees Split
Labor Bay Program
SALT LAKE. Sept. 7 The Angels,
snd Uecs spill the holiday douMe card,
here yesterday, the visitors taking the
first game, 11 to 4. and the Beei the
ccond tilt. " to 0. Gould, on th slab
'or the Bees In the second game, al
lowed four hit Homo runs by Hoop
nnd Krug were features of this con
U It The scores.
Firs'. game , ,
Los Angeles J
Salt Lake 11 0
Batteries. Crnndall and Iapan;
Bromley. Rciger. Thurston and Jen
Second game B. H B
I os Andi 'i I 2 t -Salt
lJik- 7 7 I
Ruiierier. Thomas and Lapnn. Gould
H Beavers Win and
Lose io Graham Men
H SAX tRAKCIBCO, Be pi 7 The
H Seals ar.d Beavers ench WOO a i;umo
hero yesterday, the visitors taking the
first HUM, 1 to 0. and the locals the
H second, 6 to 3. The scores.
H fire game Ft H
H Portland ,
H I'rnncisco 0 0
H Batteries: Kalllo and Baker; Love
H Second came R- H. E
H Tortland S
H San Francisco 13 1
H Batteries Boss and Baker. Mr-
H QuaJdc and Telle.
I Tigers Split Twin
Bill With Rainiers
LOS ANGELES. 8ept. 7. The Tigers
won the first gam of the Iabor Da
card here yesterday. 4 to 1. but lost
the second contest. S to 4. In eleven
innings. to Seattle. Roth contents
tre good exhibitions of the national
game. The scores;
First game R H I
Seattle 1 I 0
Vernon 4 t 0
Batteries: Schorr and Baldwin,
Houck and Murphy.
Second game R. H. E
Seattle 8 1 3
Vernon 4 11 2
Batteries: Geary, Cooper. Gardner
end Adams. Plorcey. Kromnie and De-Vormer.
Yippers Blanks Oaks
In First Twin Game
i SACRAMENTO. Sept. 7 Th Vip
H pers blanked th Oaka to in the
H opening matinee trda. hut lost the
H eecond contest to the visitor
h uddy Ryac's bat was one of ih fc-
FOREIGNERS WHO AGED US
LrTl frTI rFTI irTI FT) IrTl fril (TTl liTI ITr Fl I7T1 im nn nn
World Measures Athletic Prowess in Terms of Stars Who Break the Tape
BY DQAN SNYDER.
Foreign athletes cave the Faokl a
pood run for their medals in the 1020
Out of thirty track and field events
Americans picked up but nine firsts,
the mnjorily of our 212 points com
ing from second, third, fourth, fifth
nnd sixth place The also ran p.,nf
all count on the totals, but they tastt
The Fnired States finished with a
margin of 107 points ahead ofhT nenr
est competitor. Finland, but after all
it s i he inpc breakers )o measure
ihe world's athletic prowess.
MAPLE LEAF STAR.
True. Canada onlv amassed the
small sum of 10 points, but the new
world' record made by Earl Thomson
in the 110-meter hnrdlei places ike
land uf ihr Maple Leaf insignia on a
eery high pinnacle of honor so far as
the public la concerned
Thomson, the wonder athlete, v.-ho
takes the hurdles with the stride of a
fprlnter. has Joined the hall of fame.
Notwithstanding the fact that he ar
quired him t imher topping form In th-1
United State? ji was the Maple Leaf
he wore when he thrilled the Antwerp
in the 5000-meiter run it was (iniiie
mot. ihe Frenchman, who led i ho world
around the m!ddle-dl.tance urind. While
A. i rica did not have a single man in
the money. He has one of the lone'
strides of any runner in the game II
was Ihe only Frenchman to :ake fire!
place for his country, I flee Thompson
and I 'rlRerio, did for I heirs.
This Prjgerlo furnished IIt"- far.cv
luel and loe work of ihe Olympiad
winning flrsls in both Ihe 3000-meter
and the 10 000 meter walks The If al
Ian Is a veteran of the world war. hn
ing won distinction at Pavo,
HO' THE FINNS,
The Finn;; produced PorkolB, who
beat our American ace of the shot put
McDonald, whom we had regarded as
an easy WlnneTC The hns-ky Finn
parked the Ifi-pound Steel ball out for
i distance of H.81 meters with his
brother countryman Nicklandor, com
ing next, while ih- Americans, Liver
sedge and McDonald, barely got Inside
ith 'hlrd and fourth placrs. This
event proved one of ihe severest Jolts
Ihe American dope got during the
The PlnlanderS, who are they? Well,
tbey are the hoys who took no less
than six firt places and th word has
gone out that r.t the next international
classic they intend to slip the Yanks
the old raxberry.
If America is to ?h?ve off another
bit of world glory it's up to her to get
pretty busy within ihe four years Just
ahead. Otherwise some of these for
flqn countries will be taking that word
super off our reputation as producing
They have already nirked up. Amer
icans piled up it firsts at Stockholm
in 1912. but the Antwerp records were
Golfers Mixing for
ROSLtTN, N V.. Sr;l 7. Thirty.
golfern rei'r'sentlng Sco:lnnd. Can
nds end all efotloha of the United
states continued pl. today for the
national smateut championship. The
flist seven on the course competed In
order to bring Ofir number down to
three, having tied at H"5 In the pre
liminary round yesterday. Whn tl;e
1 1". roc were selected, they and 23 oth
ini began the match play which will
lc the i hatnplonship in the final
The gallery devoted most of Its at
tention today to the match betneen
Hob Qardneri of Chicago, and O. P.
:.:.i. th' 'a pad I 'i ii r hn pi i'n (I.inl -
ner was determined to jjet revenge on
John Bull because of his lost hist June
r the British amateur title to Cyril
Tolley. of Knglund. who faltt-d to qual
ify yeeterdey la the present tourna-rient.
MOTOR PI l I Rl
MARION. Sept. The 200-
mlle International championship mo
torcycle race run on the track nenr
thjs city today wres won by Roy
V elshar. of Bndireport. Conn.. In 3
l",ur;, minutes and 37 seconds, or
at B rut'- of 73. 41 miles per hour. 7.2
faster than last ear lomrl FJuck
i i was m-cond and Jim Davis third.
Ml RFH1 LOSES
OKLAHOMA i ITY. kln . Sept. .
Nnte Jackson of Oklahoma City to
r.lght was (flven the decision by a
licard of three Judges after ten slash
ing rounds th Jlmins Murphy of St.
Louis. The men are bantamweights.
r ri BRBOM n ii E8 R t
ROCKFmKD, ill. Sept 6 Leo Pat
t mon of St. Louis earned a shade oei
Memphis Red of Chicago In u tco
ioind tvout aderried as for the
ored lightweight . hsmpionshlp of the
l olled States here tonight.
M l 1 KM I sFI.
COLUMBUS, o.. Sept . outfleldei
Sherwood Magee, for years a Nationa
leaaue star, was today given hts un
conditional release by the ''olumbui
i lub f the American Association
I'ltcher "Lefty" Oeorge mas sold u
the Minneapolis club for the waJvei
tors In thr locals' victory lr the firs
came. The score.
First game R H K
8ucrainento S 10
1 Battertra Holltng and Mlti. Ten
j ner and Cady
Second rarne R H E
' akl ind 12 U j
Her re wen I o i
I Batteries Arlett and Ioinvn
iKunx. RttSSTi Jones and Cady
'' o V ' I
. ,rv I 1 tivK THOMSON
GUJ-L.&MCJrggp i I 1 The world has only known one Earl
" i I .ii n( J 'Thomson. His form over the hurdles
When J. Guillemot broke the tape In 'A f In the 110-meter is appronched by no
the 5000 meter run he ccored the only j fe' , ' " " SR other performer. The picture 6hcws
first place France made in the Olym esWiwA 'kWK -V ' I K ' h,m w nr"n0 -it Antwerp fcr Canada.
Tl c L (A '- j 61 ' Tti He flashed over the sticks for a new
-s the French runner has .i wor IftiMWifeMi - , k Fi , , . , ..
; apfe fJ i i JLi worlds record, doing the event in 14
dcrful stride, as is shown in the pic ..JUk. ' ' f ' K , : '- stconas
tlJrr : Sf .
TWO FAST THIS
Speaker's Tribe Continues to
Hold Lead in A. L.
W. L. Pet.
Cleveland t'i r'-3
ChicaKo 81 51 GH
New York (2 52 Xli
St. Louis 6 63 .504
iUoston 62 CO .4 73
Washington 56 68 .tsi
Detroit 49 SO .3&0
Philadelphia '.3 86 .333
At Chicago ( Frtfi gamei Oetroit
'2. Chi' aro (Second game Detroit 4.
At Cleveland (Firt ganie St.
! Louis 2, I'leveland 7 (S-' uml Kamci
St. Louis 2, Cleveland 6.
At New York (First came) Phlla
1 delphla 1. New York 4. (Second gan-e.
i F'hlladclphta 0, New Yori.
At Washington (Firsc game) Bos
. ;on ii. Washington 6. (Second gamei
I Boston 4. Washington 5,
l etriit :n I 'hi. I go.
Philadelphia at New York.
No other games wheduled.
Cl.EVEI.ANl,' hlo Sept. 7. Cleve
I land retained first place yesterday by
wlnnlnit t.V'i Kamts from S. Louis, 7
to 2. and 6 to 5.
St. Leuia lioe Morton from the oox
lr. the first inning of the afternoon
i.'itiio t-ii- Clark held the Hrow.is In
he.'k Wi-.ile Cleveland succeeded In
ilr.tr the score. ll gave wmy to Bag
by in the ninth, when 81 Loul had
runners on third and. first with onl
Uaglo passed Davis, fUlln the b i
ierbcr hit to Evans, who threw Earl
I Smith out at the plate. Gedeon sralk
Sd, scoring Severeid lacing St. Louts
in the lend.
In Cte eland's half after Jamieson
had beep retlreil. Ghgneg batted for
h mhsgn hps and tripled. BPeaker
scored him with a single, Elmer
Smith's third double nni Cirdncr's
single scored Speaker with the v. )n
L'inte. who has beo playinr short
'for Cleveland since Chapman was kill
ed Sprang S Charley horse and wlU be
out of the game for several dajs. Out
! fielder Evans took his place
Score: R- H. E
St. Louis 5 in '1
Cleveland 6 15 1
Batteries Davis and Severe'.. 1. Mor
ton, Clark. Eagby. Uraney and
NEW TORK. Sept. 7 New York
I won both Ksmes from Philadelphia
yesterday the morning contest 4 to 1.
, and the afternoon 5 to 0.
In the morning game Pitcher Keefe
truck nut Ruin three times.
TheMckmen got only three hits off
Bhawkey In the afternoon game and
Ifaile.l to set a man to third base.
Score R. H. E
PhMadelphla 1 6 2
New York 4 6 0
. J Batteries Keefe and Perkins;
. iThormelan and Ruel.
' Second game
I Score R. H E
I Philadelphia 0 S S
New York t 0
Batteries Harrlss jid Perkins.
UShawke; and Ruel.
J WASHINGTON. S p 7 Washing
ton won both sames of the double-
header from Boston yesterday 6 to 0.
.'and to 4
Zachsry held the visitors to five
. scatter d htls In the opener, while
I Jones was hit hard In two Innings.
t In the closing -ontet Blemlller. al
though unsteady, was more effective
1 Score. R II
1 Boston S 5 2
I Washington t S 2
Batteries Jones and Wattage; Zach-
:.rv and 'ihsrrlty.
5 Second game
: Bsaeu: il H. E
; Boston 4 7 1
Washington 12 1
I vX i
r . j
The above picture shows the Italian. Fngeno, breaking the tape in the
30OQ0-me?r walk at the Olympic ctadium. and Porkola. the Finn shot putter,
who upoct America's dope by bsating Pci McDonald.
Indians-Reds Take I
Lead in Big Show
NEW YORK. Sept. 6. The Cincin
nati world s champions took the lead
today In the National League race
while the American League contend
ers kept pace with the Cleveland lead-
i ers with double victories.
The Reds won a double header and
are nrw one and a half games ahead
' of Brooklyn, which lost two games.
1 New York split even and Is one game
back of the Superbs.
I The Indians lead by one game over
Chicago and New York. with the
White Sox two points ahead of the.
Batteries Ho t and Schang. Ble-
mlller and Gharrlty.
"HICAGO. Sept. 7 -Chicago kept
pace with Cleveland In the pc.tant
race yesterday b winning ioth gami
er the hollds bill from Detroit 6 to 2
gsUd i to 4. the lat:t-r In ten Innings.
Shorty" Hodge a recruit pitcher
re.mtlv ohtained from Jfaafetvllle,
i made his major league debut and BM Id
thev tailors to two hits In the after
noon game. Onh on. hit sTSS
Baumgarter. who reported to the
' Detroit club this morning finished
both gsmes tot the visitors.
Score: R 1 1 I
, I -irolt 2 10 I
Batteries Ehmke. Raumgartcr snd
(Maiiion: Faber and frrhalk.
Score. R- H E
! Detroll . 2 1
Chic so I 21
1 Batene a er. Baumgarter and
Manlon. Hodge inJ cOalk.
Feature Oar Races
NEW YORK. Sept. . Class fin -
lshes In the right-oared shell events,
featured th twenty-ninth annual re-1
gatta of the Middle States Regatta'
association held over the Harlem riv
er course today. The union boat club
eight, of New York, after lagging half.
I length behind until the last eighth,
mile, defeated the Vesper Boat club j
crew of Philadelphia by a foot in the'
seplor elgh' oared race.
In the Intermediate eight-oared
shell race, the crew of the Norton Bott j
club, of Worcester. Mass.. won from!
i the Cndlne Barge club of Philadelphia,
! by five feet.
The Veteran W. E. Q. Gllmore. of
! the Bachelors' Barge club. PhtUdel-,
i phla, won the association senior sin- ,
gle sculls and finished a good third
I in the senior single sculls.
I Rlt" KI.
SEAGIRT. N J . Sept . A new
v orld's target recurd was cla!m-l here
todftv uh.n rw ' l-erg.. of
the Cnlted State Infantry shot a
string of 9 consecutive bulls ey- In!
the 6C0 yard contest, shooting at g
Inch target. Second place was won,
Corporal I- Petrosky. of ihe Tolled
Plates marines, with 2& hit.
(.1 K.I IIII' KD
Tl'LSA. "kla . Sept. Jock Reeve
or sn yrnnclsco tonight was awarded
the referees decision over George
so In m stusalng twelve-1
LcnArhfd. The uien mjm middle eights 1
REDS 11 in
BILL FROM CARDS
Champions Display Cass in
La':or Day Card Winning
V. U Pet.
Cincinnati 7 B4 ..;'.
Brodklrri 73 57 ,52
New York 72 58 .554
Pittsburg 6'J 62 .old
Chicago 60 66 .500
I St. l-o;:in . t - f0 .173
Boston ,. B0 7- II"
j Philadelphia 52 76 .407
osiegdaj ' Reeuflu
At, Boston- PtVst gemel New York
lo. Boston 1. (Second game) New York
I ". Itoston 0.
At Philadelphia (First gamei
Brooklyn 2, Philadelphia (tecond
!g.in; ) BroiklMi 5. Phlla. Ieiphl;i
j At Pittsburg ( 1'lrnt game) Chiiago
Pltt!biii (SfecODd game Chlcu
IgO i . I ' ttsbdrg l '.'.
At Cincinnati (First gamei st.
L Louis -'. Cincinnati ... (Socon.i gnm
81. Leulj 2, Cincinnati 4.
N v. York .it I : n
Brooklyn at Philadelphia.
Chleage at Pittsburg.
No other game scheduled,
CINCINNATI. Si'Pt. ;.-Th" . h ;ni
pion.s won both of I iie hol'dav R..h.'
from the Cardinals yeuterdaj b su-
t enor all-around plk3 ng. th- first 5 to
3 and the jocund 4 ;o 2.
In the afternoon the long hitting of
Qroh and Rjoush produced four run.
While the visitors could bunch hits off
Fisher In onl .ne inning.
S:. Louis fll'v.l the i-r-K with two
out In th" ninth on two hits and a walk
v in ii Ruether relieved Plsher and
Plncbhltter J.m..in went out on a fiv
ore: R. H E
g Louis 2 I1
i 'in. mnatl S 7 Oj
Batteries Haines, North; Lvonsand
Clemmon. Rime i:nl Wlno.
i?core: R. H. E.
St. Iouls 2 7 2
Cincinnati 4 12 2
Batteries -Schuppe nnd I'lomiuun.
Fisher. KUether an l Wtngo.
BOSTN. Sept. 7. Boston and New
York divided n double-header yester
day, the h'omr team winning the first
gwme 1 to I and New York takins
th- second to o.
Ktr.lngtn allowed only two hits In
the flrnt game, which was won In the
sixth when Ford opened with a triple
and senr'd on a wild pitch by Barnes.
Nehf hud the upper hand In th- ec
ond game. onP one Uorton plsver
reaching third base.
Score R. B. E I
x H York 0 2 "j
Boston 1 ( 0
Batteries Barnes and Smith. Fll-I
I ngham and Gowdy.
Score: R. H. E 1
New York S 1
Boston 0 7 I
Batter! Nehf and Snyder eich
ger and O'Neill
PHILADELPHIA. Sept 7 Phila
delphia repeated Its J to 2 v peter our
Brooklyn wtth s 6 to S triumph In a
steady drlzile yeeterdsv afternoon.
itrooklyn could not hold Its thrre
run Ied. liubbetl held Dmokhn emts
until the ninth Inning, when Msx re
licv.d blm with two runners on bases
and easily disposed of Konetchy and
B4 re P H E
Drookln t 7 1
Philadelphia 3 7 i
Batteries Pfeffer and Krueger.
Hubhell, "aej and Trangeasor.
Score. R HV K
Brooklyn II I
Philadelphia II 0
Batteries Grimes. Mamaug, Smith
and Miller: Belts. I'.lxey. Hubbl and
PITTSBt'P.G Mgd Aftrr ChtSS I
go bad defeated Pit la burg in the fore-J
DRIVERS SHOW I
SPEED IB CLIMB I
Pikes Peak Event Is Held in
Snowstorm: Good Time
Made in Events
i i . n: i m im:in;s. Colo., Sept.
Racing through a driving snow- IH
storm, blinded by hall and a bitter
wind. Otto Loe.oche and Al M. Cline
won flrct ami secotnl places In th"
fre -for ill hill climb to the summit B
of Pike's Peak this afternoon.'
William R. ntrun won the small car
reoe and Duvls Lewis was second.
he not only won the Penrose
trophy and the JRrtO ptie. but also
the t00 prize for the bis ear event
and In addition he set the het lime
for the day's driving. whl h was 22 -
convivnred In Mnlford's 1 1 ni H
ers near the final stretch, while the
r... Is were slippery and wet. Goggles
to ihoir faces nnd had been
i..e. i urves v ere takn with
reckless abondon, but (here were no J
serious accidents, E J. Realty was
unabls to ftnlsb when a rim blew off
and his machine was ditched.
Rnlph Mulford. picked by many to
win becai.se of his Record here four
years ago. abandoned the race Just
about the 14 mile point because of
blinding snow, although two other
cam hail prec ded him Into the storm
It was a grueling race and the driv
ers were exhausted when thev
reached the summit. Spectators at the
top also suffered and at Mile 14 there H
were times when the clouds and snow
hegan raining at I o'clock at Crystal
Creek, und those without shelter wero
Ralph Mulford made a strenuous 1
ffort to get back into the race after
stopping In a cloud and spow bank
at Mile 14. Rrfereo E E. fiommors
ruled that Mulford could not be given
a new tri.l beosusi .ill the other driv
erg piloted their cms through the snow
I o.MAIIA. Sept. 7. Terry Keller of
i igilen. 1'iuli. w ,ii the feature event on
a card of hoxlng contests staged hero H
Proniotei Andy Pearson.
Killer matched to battle ten IH
rounds with Andy Schneider of Omah . J)))))))))M
sent his opponent t dreamland in the
I seventh round. Kviier dropped H
I Schneider for th COUQt of nine In H
' the second round the boll saving thtj H
Keller will be one of the men In H
tht preliminaries in the Dempsy- H
! Hi en nan fight to be staged at New HH
I York October
si;soN KKD9. HBI
OKMn.GKi:, . S.-,f. 6 The
Western saoc iatlor. haseball season
landed today. The first two games of
i the post sensou chdPtpionshlp series
will he pi:. veil Iitc S' iliirsd.iv T i t H
the second pair at Bold Saturday and
Sunday. Okmulgee Is winner of the H
I first half "' Ihf series and Kind vie-
tor of the BSCOOd half.
SAN CRANCI8CO, Sept R J..
t'Snuvvny" Baker. Australian boxing
I promoter, h,i srrlved here today
from Sidney on he liner Sonoma, an
nounc.d h!s purpose to sign up as
i those Interested lu the sport were
in it i v s m W M
of Chicago won inc newspaper decl HH
siun over Pr Herman of New Or- rH
leans, bantamw ight champion In a:i
slghtround bout hsre tonight. Bur- H
man war given five rounds for ag- I
gresslvenes: Herman ws Riven tv.i I
j l it I'll g, 11
CXBVEUANO. '. Sept. C. Toon. ri
Steve" Lehman, star fullbcrk of H
the Dartmouth elexen In 1916 and 1917 H
died al his hoin here todav from III-
wns 7 4 years old.
IIRITTOM W INS. B
CKPAR POINT, .. Sept. Jmrk
Brltton of Chie.-igo, Iterwelghl
champion, easily won the decision over
Ray Bronson. Sandusky. In a 10-round
MOO I Iv H
PROVIDENCE, K I. fikpt. .
Young Montreal of i his city won a
I derision over Pal Moore of Metnph.s
j at Woonsocket today in 12 rounds.
. ii. N I is
VntNGSTOWN f.i Be pi Rlehls JB
Ccogan of Brooklv u m a t weR . -round
buut her., tonight. They are light-
M K s
TWIN KA1.I.S. Idaho. Bpt. 7.
Gordon McKay, of Pocatello. knocked
. it Romeo ILisep. of Ssttl. here last aoH
night in the txth round.
PI I l I tv N K kl D 1 I
Wis Sep.. -johnny B
Neu of Madison, knocked out young
Abe Attrll of lxu Angeles. n four LaH
noon game to 2 the locals won the BSSSa!
afternoon contest 1 2 to I.
Chicago won the first game because
of the ability to hit Cooper at will.
Th locals batted Dallv and " artrr
and Jaegr wlUI no,, lrtt.
Kor R. H K
V';'. !8" & ii o
U 73 bsH
Hstterles Martin and OKarrell;
v-ooper. Wisner and Hennefer I fiH
i i e ' . tl
eV. Carter Jatr
nd Ial). Mamilton and tV.hnndt.