Newspaper Page Text
NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1921.
I LEDOUX FAILS TO WREST TITLE FROM AMERICAN CHAMPION - MULLIGAN HOPEFUL OF GETTING DUNDEE-KAPLAN I BOUT -HARTFORD AND WORCESTER IN SEASON'S WEIRDEST GAME - ATHLETICS TAKE TWO GAMES BY SURPRISE M. A. A AAA A A A A A A A AAAAAAAAA- WID MATTHEWS HAS UNIQUE RECORD BUT HALF A GAME BETWEEN YANKEES AND WASHINGTON Tylers, liy Winning Two Yesterday, Arc But tiame and a Half Away From Leaders Indians Defeat Champs-Cubs Lose to Phils After Late Rally Reds. Dodgers Break Even Athletics Take Two. . Mnalil, it . Klal). If .. Hnnier, rf I'-Hlna, th Slli.y. Ik Full), lb . Kamm..3h ft-rrt'tt. aa 'imh-wskl, I.yona, p . Conn-lly, p New voih, July it. nmt pint in JJJJ" the American ieB race intnn" lo Hip through lb New York Ysn keea' buttery fingers today In cons. (lucne or conspiracy of Tigerish bmi force, linlmn wtilnosa and mtn- lerlal diplomacy. The worm cliam ploni hold a precarious lel over Washington by only half gumo and ever Detroit by it gume and a half ui result of thulr defeat by Clcveiunii, th double win of Cobb's follower! over Boston and Washington's J'lill cleus Uyoff. Through their victory nd the Red Box' two-ply low, Speak er's tribe took undisputed possession et sixth place and la only one game behind the fifth position Browns. The principal factor In tho Yankeea' downfall by a 4 to 3 acore wa Hhautc, who displayed more atuft than four of Uuggln' boxmen. TV tills Manager Ty Cobb failed to connect with the apple In alx trlpa to th plate, hi employe made up the deficiency and pounded out two vie toriea over Boston by icorc of S to 4 and 11 to J. Blue wai ejected from th second game for objecting to be ing called out by Umpire Owena for Interference. Philadelphia advanced two games from the cellar of Ban Johnson's dr. cult by trimming Chicago twice while th seventh place lied Sox dropped a double bill to Detroit. The scores were t to 0 and 4 to S. The Glanta met stirrer opposition In Pittsburgh than In Chicago, but con tinued their winning streak by an nexing an 8 to T win. Kelly hit his dally homer, his seventh In six days, Cuyler drove In four of tho Pirates' runs with two triples and a single. Brooklyn advanced to third place, by dividing honors with Cincinnati in a double header. The Robins won the first 5 to 4 and the Reds the second, ( t e. When a last stand rally fell one run short Chicago lost to Philadelphia 3 to 2. A namesake 'of the famous Yankee, Joe Bush, recently acquired by the Cubs from tho Texas league, made a promising debut. St. Louis used Its well known hit ting ability to good advantage- in a double .victory over Boston by 7 to 4 and 11 to 3. AMERICAN LEAGUE T..ii. ;t t i9 :t it t ei.irntju ( pinia.ieiiiii "t ess I milieu ih, iiii mil a, ulna, vvticiij iluiii Uk i. glum, Darmu and Siiaalyi Itaneit, Ciillini nt Klieoln Oalleway. i)krs -nil lUunftfj l(t ea Iwws, l.'hlrmo K; I'liilailiil'lila. 7j en lull-, ftt Can nli' 3i Uiik 9i siiiavk oul, liy tonmlly 3: Utay 3; umplraa. Illldebi nnt. Ormib and Lonnnly: time 1:17, (SKCOKD OAMC) OHIC-rjri A D. It. II. P.O. A E. i i o e !'.'.!'.'.o Totals 31 x Nan out In tilt when winning run atta ii arad, PHILADELPHIA A.M. It. Dykaa. th 4 Lamar, It .....1 A Millar, rf 4 ft Hauaar, lb 4 1 Simmon-, rf 4 1 ni-onda, 3b 1 1 Ualloway, 4 1 P-rklna, e 3 0 H-lmach, p 1 0 Haaly, p .....3 0 FT. P.O. A. r. 0 4 3 0 Totals 31 27 1 Chli'isn 05ft O'lO 0005 Philadelphia, 010 301 002 t Two ban- lilti, talk :, rcrklna. Hauler, Ttd'onda 2; thrca baaa hlta I.yona. Slmmona; atolen haaa Lamar; sacrlflcea Kamm, Bar rett, RU'onda; clouhla play, Dyke and Hau aer; left on base Chicago i; Philadelphia 3; hnae on bulla, off llelmach 2; atrunk out, by nasty 4; lilt a orr lieim-rli 4 In 2: ore Ly- ena I In 1; (none out In tth); Connally t In 0 fnona. out In th): off Haaly 4 In 7;' Inning pitcher, Hnaty: loaltiff pitcher, Ly- ona; umplrca, Ormahy, Connolly, Hlldebraud lima NATIONAL LEAGUE iIATS S. PITTSIH HGH 7. NEW YORK ': 'j BESSE-LELANDS MEETS T0RRINGT0N OUTFIT HERE SATURDAY AFTERNOON CLEVELAND a.b. n. Mc-N'uliy, rf 5 ft Jnmieaon, If 5 0 ISpnaker, cf 6 1 1 .1. Han-ell, Hyatt, a ... Browner, 1 h Icwater, 3h I.utzke, 3b . Ehatite, p . . Total! Witt, cf . ftugan, 3b Kuth, rf Meuael, If Pipp, lb B"hang, c Ward, 3b S'.-ott, aa , Host, p , Jntiea, p , tloran, x Bhawkey, Buali, xx Gaston, p .4 ..5 ..2 ..4 .,4 ..3 H. P.O. A. 1 37 4 NEW TORK, A.B. li. 5 S ! 5 6 4 .-.. 3 4 !"'.!!!.!!!'. !o i p ...........0 Totala 37 2 (I 1 1 0 1 6 0 0 sen 1 (1 It 11 1 ft 3 0 ft 2 4 0 1 ,3 0 27 13 : P.O. A. E. 2 0 1 n 0 fl 3 1 0 4 2 0 9 2 II 5 2 0 1 1 ft 3 3 0 (P '2 0 ft ft 0 ft ft 0 ft ft 0 ooo 0 0 0 27 11 1 A.B. H. H. P.O. A. B. Youiij. rf 4 1 0 3 0 0 Prlaih. 5b 4 1 1 1 3 0 Siutli worth, cf 3 2 1 3 0 0 Meuael, It S 1 1 1 ft 1 Kelly, lb ..5 3 3 11 0 0 jRrkson, aa ....'.....4 12 0 5 0 Groh, 3b .,..4 0 110 0 dowdy, c 2 0 1 ft 0 Hataon, p 1 0 0 0 ft 0 Ilyan, p 2 0 0 0 t 0 Jonnard, ,p .....0 0 0 0 0 0 Totala 34 II 8 27 11 1 PITTSBURGH A.B. R. H. P.O. A. B. Marauvllle, 2b 5 2 .1 1 3 0 '.'arey, cf ... cuyler, If Wright, aa . . Barnhart, rf Tiaynor, 3b c-rlmm, lb . Smith, c ... I 'ooper, p ... Kremer, p . . Rieheo, x ... Stone, p . ,4 ..5 ..5 ..4 ..3 ..4 . .3 . .0 Vde, xx 1 ftoft 4 0013 x Batted for Jones In Oth xx Ratted for ShawUey in Sth. Cleveland ', ,.,,uio 003 New York mo 001 Two base hit, Ward; three base lilts, Witt, flcott; home run Myatt; atolen bases, Brower, Fewater; double playa, Lutzke and Brower; Ruth and Plpp; loft on hasea NViv York Cleveland 10; base on balls, off Hoyt 2; off Khawkey 2; off tihaute 5; atrur-k out, hy Hoyt 1; by Jonea 1; by Hhnwkey 2; r,y Shauto 1; hlta off Hoyt 3 In 6 1-3; off Jonea 0 In 2-3; off Phawltoy 2 In 2; off Gaston 2 In 1; passed hall Myatt; lo-lug pttrher, Hoyt; umpires, Holmea and Mort ality; time of game 2:07. 1 DETROIT fi-11, ROSTOV (FIRHT OAMIi) LETR01T A.H. I Burke. 2b .1 Manufeh. If 4 Cebh, rf 2 Heilmann, rf 4 Blue, ih 4 Rlgney, as 4 Jones, 3b 'I H. P.O. A. E. Passler. c hltehlll. T.rirM, 3b . Vamby, lb Harrla, If . 50 S BOSTON A.B. R. Boone, rf 4 Flegetead, f a J. Collins, lb 4 Hexing, c H Oeygan, aa ;t thanks, is ...1 KerirUHon, p .1 Ross, p .1 Plclnlch, zz 0 II. P.O. A. 1 1 2 3 s 2 2 0 1 0 ft Tolala 37 7 12 27 1 xHatted for Kromer In Till, XX Batted for Stono 111 9th. New York 510 00(1 200 Pltlaburul 121) 120 11117 Two Itaae hits, Kiiscli, Jackaon, Carey; three base hits. Cuyler 2, Carey, Maranville; home run, Kelly; stolen baaca, Carey, Cuy ler; sacrifice, Smith; double playa, Frlach, .liickson and Kelly; Wright, MarnnvIHe and flriinm; loft on basea. New York 0; ntta burgh 0; baae on balls, off Ryan 1; off Hooper 1; off Kremer 5; off Stone t; off Jonnard 1; struck out, by Ryan 1; by Kre mer .'I; hlta off Wataon 5 In 1 1-3; off Rynn 7 In 7: (none out In 9th); off Jonnard 0 In 2-3; off Cooper 3 In 1-3; off Kremer 5 In 2-3: off Stone 0 In 2; paased ball, Smith, Gowrly; winning pitcher, Ryan; losing pitcher Cooper; umpirea, Klgler and Moran;' time 1:15. ST. 1.1)11 7-11, RONTON 4-3. (FIRHT (I.4ME) BOSTON A. II. I Fells, rf ... Cunningham, If ,,,.,.4 Mann, rf . . . , 4 Mclnnis, 111 ......... I Pnrgeff, 21 r, Tlerney, 3b 4 R. Smith, aa 4 n'Nell, v 3 Barnes, p 3 Rtryker, p o tjfhson, x 1 P.O. A. 3 0 Totals ,1. Smith, rf . Holm, cf Mornahy, 2b . Mueller, 11) . Blades. If ... Torporcer, 3b (lonzales, e . . Co.mey, si "i 4 ST. LOUI3 A.H. It. 3 . 2 5 1 I 4 a 4 2 4 0 .1 0 4 1 H, P.O. A. E. 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 15 IMlO 5 0".' I Totala 31 4 27 a Hatted for Gey gun in fltlt. f'etrolt oil I Boston ono 21,11 Tun base lilt. Harris; thno linse tits, llanuah, Jnnca, J. Collins; aacrlfkci,. taltb. Jonra; double playa. .1. Collins tu Wnniby; left on hasea, lietrolt S: Bnalon ; base on holla, off V hltehlll 4: l-'erguaon 3; Ko.ia 1: hlta off Ferguson 6 In 3 1-5; off Ituss 2 in 2-3; hit by pitcher, by Fci-kuhoii (Burkol; toeing pltch-r, FerBiirT; iimplics, llowlnnil, Uwena and Kxana; time of game 2 hours. (HUCuNLi UAMK) tiMrolt 12 ftO'l ont Beaton 000 oofi o.-;ii 3 ATHLETIC -. 4HI()X 0-5. (FIRST HAUL) CHICAUO Dyer, p 3 1 4 1 It Totals 3.1 7 13 x Ratted fo-aRarnes In Hth. Boston 1 did 100 ftll SI. Loula 300 200 llx 7 Two base hltn, Torporcer. Felix, McTnnis, Cutililngliam ; three baae hits. Torporcer: stolen imaea. Blades. Cooney; aa'-rlflcra. t'yer. ,1. Htnltli; double plays, ler anil Mueller; left on beans, Boston 10; rit. Loula 7; bnsea on balls, off Humes 3: liyer 3: hlta otr Barnes 11 in 7: off Stryker 1 hi 1: wlhl pitch, Biirnca; loeing pitcher. Ratnea; umpirea, Sweeney, (Jutgiey and O'Hftyj time 1 :Dt. (SKCONU GAMKl Boston fti'ii. ;teo oon 3 .St. Lnuls 000 403 Fix 11 I'llll. I.IKS X 4 HH'AI.O 1, PHILADELPHIA A.H. II. P.O. A. E. A. II. H. II. P.O. A. H. Arrhdeai-on, cf 3 o i ; o l Jieatll, rf 3 1 0 4 o 1 Colllnt 2h 3 ft ft 5 5 " Sheelj" lb 4 0 1 1 ') Kelk, If 4 a n l a ii Kamm, 3h 4 o i o n Barrett, aa 4 o u 4 3 n Crouae. e. 4 0 o 2 I I Connally, p 3 0 1 ') 3 ft Totala 32 n 4 24 13 3 PHILADELPHIA A.H. It. II. P.O. A. K. tv!cee. 2h 4 1 2 2 2 tamer, If 3 1 2 3 0 " W elch, rf 3 1 ft 2 o Ha user, lb 4 2 4 la ft f'mmene, cf . , 4 ft 2 4 0 " Pteonds. 3h ,, 4 a ft 2 3 n Salloaray, ea , ,.1 0 10 4 1 .J.ni'1. sa 1 ft 2 3 S Harper, rf 4 ft ft 2 Wrlghtatmie. 31) 4 ! 2 3 Scholia. If 4 1 ft 2 ft Hllllnma, It 4 I 1 2 ft llolke, lb 4 ft 2 12 ft Ford. 2b 4 ft 1 2 Wilson, c 4 ft J ft long, p 4 1 5 ft 3 Couch, p 0 0 o ft 0 Totala 3S 3 1ft 27 17 CHICAGO A.n. n. ii. p.o. a. i.-t;itt. cf 5 I I Hollncher. aa 3 ft 2 J iliamham, 2b 1 ft ft 1 1 Cotter, lb 4 " I 0 I Barrett, 3b 3 ft ft 1 t Urtpsliy, If 3 1 1 5 1 l.oitbcole, rf ..3 1 ft 1 0 H.-irtnett, e ,....4 II 1 ft Bush, p 2 " 0 ft 2 Aflams. t ...0 ft ft 1 0 lii.oha. p l 0 ft a- ft Vofel, za....... a 0 ft 0 (BY BILLY EVANS.) What does one winning playor means to the ducuess of a ball club? Tho uniquo experience of "Spark plug" Matthews of tho Washington club raiseo that question. It la doubtful if any major league playor has ever enjoyed the thrill that has come to Matthews. In suc cessive years he has played a lead ing role in the pennant aspirations of two big league ball club.i. A year ago last spring I looked over the Athletics In training at Montgomery. The previous year the club had finished seventh. Mack's material was much the same. It didn't look as if hia club was a first division possibility. Mai-k Likes Malllivws. In discussing with the astute Mr, Mack his new material, the tall lead er of the Athletics dwelled on the play of an outfielder, by name Mat thews. Said Mr. Mack: "I do not regard Matthews as a great ball players. I am in doubt as to his ability to lilt major leugue pitching. His arm ia rather weak for a center'nelder. He is slight or stature and may not be able to stand up Under the atrain of a hard race. "However, ho Is by tar .the most Impressive of my new players. He ia bright and has initiative. He like to play ball. He is tired with en thusiasm and the spirit to win. "Jt wouldn't surprise ine if he went big and proved a big help to my ball club." Put Athlrtics In Hacc. The history of the I'J-'i campaign is still fresh in the mindu of every tan. For about half the season the Ath letics proved the sensation of the league, running neck and neck with the champion YaiVkees. Matthews played a stellar role In the club'a success. "Sparkplug," the critics named him, because he seemed to have supplied the needed power to make the Athletics a winner. Then something happened that fouled "Sparkplug." It was a ease of from stardom lo the bench. Dur ing the off soaSon he was sent back to the minors. . Washington recently needed an outfielder and brought him back to the big show. Getling ins seconu chance, Matthews proceeded to take vp where he had left off with the Athletics. Guru Ills With nts. A few days after he joined the Nationals the team started a spurt that brought 10 straight victories and flint place. Can Matthews continue the mad pace he has set or will he stop? Wa-shlnffton fans are much con cerneJ. They feel the good shoe ing oft the club centers around Mat thews, that he must continue to star if the team is to be a pennant contender. MILITIAMEN AT KIANTIC ENJOY ATHLETIC GAMES Guards I'sts .Sjinrc Moments In Base ball And Boxing Contests At Mantle. Niantic, .luly 17. Squards right and left, left front into line and other for mations well-known to soldiers are not the only things on hand for the National Guardsmen here in camp for two weeks. Baseball, boxing and a choice collection of athletics keep the Impromptu defenders of their coun try busy from reveille to retteat. In the boxing, three Meriden boys are In the elimination bouts. Izzy Kaplan, 142-150 pounds, Private Pia tek. 115 pounds and Private Trigelo, 121 pounds, have waded the prelims. Downes, of Company A, was recently eliminated by Trigelo. All are mem bers of Company A. In the baseball league, Company A is also in the van. The baseball, as well as the boxing championship will he decided before the soldiers return to civilian life. Captain Roy I.overidge, of Bridge port, is in charge of the boxing, as sisted by Nick retitte, also of the Park city. This pair gives dally ex hibitions of bag-punching as well as attending to the fistic affairs. DAVIS IIP LAYI.I5S .NAMED Cnglnnd and l-Yance Select Stars l'or Play Starting July 26 London, July 17. The British Davis cup team which will play against the French team ut Eastbourne, July 26 to July 29, will be composed of A. R. Kingscote, J. 1). Gilbert, 1,. A. Godfrce and Max Woodsham. The French team will be J. Borotra, J. Briignon, Henri Cochet and Rene La Coste. 4 SIX H0ME RUNS FEATURE EASTERN LEAGUE GAMES Gehrig and Itoscr Eaeli Make Three . Circuit Clouts In Hcetlo Double-header. Worcester, Mass., July 17. Hurt ford and Worcester spilt even yester day in two hectic battles, the league champions winning the first 19 to 6. and the Panthers tho second 17 to S. The winner in each game made 21 hits. Gehrig and rtoser made three home runs each. Hoser's play was a feature. He pitched tho last four In nings of the first game. In the sec ond, in addition .to making two hom ers, and two doubles in four limes at bat he threw a runner out fit home, another before he could get back to first and nailed his rival, Gehrig Vit second when the latter tried to stretch a single Into a double. The score : (First Game) Hartford 624 030 11319 Worcester 010 10 0 03 1 6 Sloan and Kenna: Stryker, Lewis, IJoser and Phillips. (Second Game) Hartford 000 017 00 0 S Worcester 190 001 51 x 17 Canavan, Lynch and Kenna; Batch- elder, Goldsmith and Cousineau, glt;n a. c. wins The Glen North Ends were defeated again by the Glen A. C, Wednesday night. Homers by Schuman and Suess featured. The Glen A. C. col lected 14 bingles while the North Fnria liatteH nut 7 ' .Tho leAro Glen North Ends .. fci4 002 22011 Glen A. C. . ; 220 034 41x 16 Butteries Schuman and Ruck; Suess and Stelma, Plants have been found that can be made to photograph themselves. OVER FRENCH BOY Ledoux Fails to Damage Bantam- weight Champion New York, July IS. Aba Uold. ltln, world's buoUmwelght chain pirni, successfully defended his title in a tame, uiiliilemslinf 16-round hlbltlon against Charles Ledoux, of Fro iice, st tho Velodrome A. C, last night. The mitt (lulled at ti.51 o'clock. Ledoux started the first round cau' tlously, laklnt the defensive. Gold stein staggered him with a still right, Ledoux almost losing his balance from the force of the Jolt, Uold- stein attempted lo break through the Frenchman's defenso but ho was forced to hit gloves whenever ho led, Goldstein doubled Ledoux with a beautiful loft to the body Just before the boll. In tho second round Ledoux started to take tho aggressive. Ho evaded Goldstein's lunges and with almost unbellovable rapidity drove his flying gloves to Goldstein's body. The champion backed up. The one-two punch to tho Jaw slowed Lodoux, but only temporarily. He came back strong with duzzllng speed, an elusive target for the hesitant champion. ..lie I sci His Left Goldstein started to box in the third round, his tantalizing left Jab bother ing the shifty Frenchman. Ledoux was playing (or the champion's body exclusively. Goldstein landed a hard right to the head and Ledoux backed water. A left spun him around. They were sparring for an opening at the bell. Goldstein looked bad when his right went wild at the start of the fourth round. The Frenchman's punches lacked the steam of the champion's straight thrusts. Gold stein's right found Ledoux's body and he backed to the ropes. Ledoux missed a clumsy uppercut and the crowd booed. They met In a clinch in tho center of tho ring to start the fifth. Gold stein's stiff right sent Ledoux rocking to his heels and he backed halfway across the ring to a corner to keep his balance. Goldstein opened the sixth by stinging Ledoux with a straight right to. the head. He jabbed him with his left repeatedly. Ledoux got in two left Jabs but they were weak. In the seventh round Goldstein started to open up, rocking Ledoux around the ring with well timed lefts and rights. The Frenchman was I bleeding from tho mouth at the bell. Tho Kighth Round Two punches tell the story of the eighth round, Joth rights to Le doux's head which only served to make the Frenchman more shifty. The bout was tame and the fans yelled for action. The ninth round brought plenty of action without any result. Goldstein punched and then backed up, waiting for Ledoux to come on for more. The fana booed both fighters. Tho tenth round was half over be fore either landed a blow. Then Goldstein got over a half-hearted right. Ledoux dancing, ducked shifted and ran with Goldstein chas ing him. Ledoux raced way across the ring at the champion only to clumsily miss a left uppercut.' A stiff right to Ledoux's nose just be fore the bell brought tho crimson. A stiff right to Ledoux's head reeled the challenger in the eleventh and he almost went down. The crowd yellc to Goldstein to finish his victim. Another right sent Le- (Continued on Following Page) Art Johnson of FUk Red Tops (q Pitch for Locals, With "Former Rockville Backstop as His Battery Mate. TOHItlM.TOV .lliiin r, sii. (iirl.l. ah. ( iinkllii, If. Hidden, lb, I ll her, if. MUliv, rf. JiiIiiimhi, as, Mi'Loiid, 4'. Turkey, i, Hern, i. ll,Sli, I. men, h, liiili, Sli. iisrinw, ir. .kike. IB. I.ueb, 4'f. Itiglf), rf. .Mullen, us, MarhiNm, a, A. 1nhnon, , iMttll, p. The rit'MA-Leland nine will play the Torrlngton stats leaguers at 81. Mury's tlef at I o'clock Haturday afternoon, and on Kunday the local will go to Torrlngton for a return funic. At present Torrlngton stands sec ond in the league, with New Urilsin fifth, but well ahead of Meriden. If Now Britain wins two over the week end and the fourth position team droits two, (ho locals will slep Into fourth placo. New Britain's lineup will offer a couple of new faces Saturday. Lefty Palmer is on his vacation and- Art Johnson of tho FUk Red Topi will tako the mound as tfft Besse hurler, with Scott in relfef. Catcher Woodtke has a broken finger and is out of the game and his place Is to be taken by Macheon of Hartford, former Roekvllle backstop. FALCONS TO PRACTICE Fast Baseball Nine To Work Out Kinks In Preparation For Game Sunday Afternoon. Tha Falcon A. C. baseball team will get together at Bt. Mary's field to morrow evening at 5 o'clock to work out some of the kinks and to brush up a bit on team play In preparation for the game with the Walnut A. C. on Sunday afternoon. This game will be played at St. Mary's field and will be called at 3:15 p. m. The Falcon lineup Is practically the same as it has been all season, al though the services of Sheehan have been lost, as that player is not, feeling In top form. His place in the outfield will be taken by "Lefty" Merrick. Tentative plans are under way for a series of games between the Falcons and other fast local teams, th' win ner to play for the city championship later in the season. International League to Try Beginning at 6 o'clock Toronto, July 17. The Baltimore International league game scheduled for tomorrow will begin at .6 p. m., daylight saving time. This innova tion will be introduced at the request of Toronto fans, who have complain ed that their vocations' prevent them from attending games starting at 3: 30. GARAGE and SERVICE STATION Repairing All Makes Cadillacs a Specialty Wrecking Service, Day and Night . NASH CARS FOR SALE BT J. B. MORAN GARAGE Associated with-A. O. Hawker 81354 CHTTRCH ST. Tel. 3842-3 Oh Man! BRIGGS siii kts iioi.ns niri.i: llai Continues to Shmv Way Fur Place On I', s. Infantry National Team Fort Niagara, N. Y July IT. Lieutenant H. U. Sheets of the 35Uth Infantry, Seofleld Harrucks, Hawaii, maintained his lead In the third day of shooting for membership on the I'nlted States infantry national match ride team. Lieutenant Sheets' score for three days of shooting was 851 out of a possible 900. His neurest com petitor was Lieutenant M. L. Urodrr irk, 110th infantry. Fort Benjamin Harrison, lnd who was punhed Into second place by Lieutenant Sheets yesterday. Lieutenant Urodertck's score was SIS. Captain L. S. Spooner, military In structor at the I nlverslty of Pennsyl vania, rose to third place today with a total score of 813, and Lieutenant L. V: Jones, 21th Infantry, Fort Ben nlng. Ga., present holder of the na tional rifle championship, remained In fourth pluce with 840. M.lSAf.KR HARRIS R!;i.KTATKI. ChlcBgo. July 17. President Ban Johnson of the American league la.it night reinstated Stanley Harris, man ager of the Washington Senators, sus pended lnt Monday for protesting npalnst I'mplre Holmes' decisions on ball and strikes. Harris will be el igible ti play today. r FRtDAV FCR IT IS QUITE IH6 I CANADA ON ( AM HAD BUSIMESJ jOlK5 ) i i . M.i CANADA I Tnir-3 lb Hrve p,UAlNeSS I ,N CANADA GEORCtf ( ' A BUSINESS "Business IN RALPH S S LIKE AT- V. y BUS!MSSSJ. ' TfiUPA V CANADA - jE?lSi,J ' C"" "'" (Continued on 'ollolng rage)