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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, JULY IS, 1024.
A,4.. a.. . HAINES PITCHES HIMSELF INTO BASEBALL HALL OF FAME-ONE STATE LEAGUE TEAM THROWS UP THE SPONGE I AFTER FINANCIAL DISASTER - SATURDAY AND SUNDAY GAMES FOR FANS IN THIS CITY ARRANGED - OTHER NEVJS JESS HAINES HURLS NOW, NO-RUN AGAINST BOSTONIANS 19-YEAR-OLD TROTTER SETS RECORD) LOCAL FANS HAVE ENOUGH GAMES OVER THE WEEK-END 10 1 Shuts Out Braves 5-0 aijd Boosts ('aids Into Tic For . Sixth Giants Lose to Pirates and Dodgers Drop ' Game to Reds Washington Loc and Wins in St. Louis t'hisox Defeat Mackmcn. fit York, July i,.-Wun Ji'a '"" ""' "m. Ilnar. fjaliaasj, U.l.e hi. U III.' ilualUll I "'' '" '" ; m-IHWW, ltIHIM.I Ham' mined ltK tn. HiMttun 1 1 , ,,,, . iMiiuD,, i.,t,u. m,. rrae wnnoui a mi vr run mm iuur i: Mi on !. in-.. rim bdl them. 1 la 0. lint unly t li l lna lux an lulla, on pummel caned a inunuiiii nt for ttuitw. lt lit I baseball's iminort.il dull of tumu I'itt h boomed ih Crdinali (nun IhM pine In Hi .National iraguu Into a tl with the Boston Hani lor autli piiicc Hniil'J' foal. whilt not If. ft. a i.Utanding enough to liiiin him km nvlou plcu in baseball' hUiury. Not tine lilt, thu year t tie Nutlonal leagu sprang Into existence, Im a St. Lout National league tulrkr turned In a no-hll-no-run gum. In this Instance Ueorg Washington Hradl.y, now a member of Ucncral Cutler's Philadelphia policu force, twirled the t. l.oula club to a 2 to 0 victory over the Hartford, Conn., National!, allowing them neither bit nor run. Th Qlanta, leaden In t ho Na tlonad Icagui) parade, lost a 1)11 of ground , yesterday when Pittsburgh walked away with a 4 to D verdict In 1J Innings, Chicago gaining a full game by defeating Philadelphia 3 to :'. Cincinnati pulled thu Itrooklyn lodgers out of third placo hy defeat ing them 10 to 8 In a slugging mutch, the Pirates ateppiug Into third place. Washington, hanging tenaciously on the heela of the New York Yan kee for supremacy In the American league loat a point In thu percentage column by dividing a double head er with St. Louis, the Browns (hut ting Stanley Harris' men out In the drat game, 3 to 0, but losing the sec ond 12 to 7. New York and Cleve land and Detroit and Boston were Idle due to-excessive moisture. The White Box humbled Connie Mack's Athletic4,agaln, 13 to 6, young Hollls Burton pitching his ninth con secutlve victory. AMERICAN LEAGUE in. I. litji'ii I ; Tim in li UHi "if J(nnt Mit T In ; Mmiii J in 9i loainc ,itt'lit lffiiitinl; iiiiiii'H, -mtiitii, MfidtiMnitil ati inio. lit' NATIONAL LEAGUE toting, rf Kris.it, SI. Kouthwmilt, Meusel. If Kail), lb Jai'keou, i (Irnli, jll Snyder, i . yillllan, Totals Maramllle, Carey, rl , . . luyler, If. rf Wrlirlit. as . narnhart. rf mi,e.. if . . Traynnr, 3b ilrlium, lb . Hinlili, i- ... Morrlann, p . I'lTl'IH Itl-H I. I.IVM a, NBW VoltK AM lb H. I'.O A i I : : ) i" if a lilt I S 1 e 13 l I S 1 ( J J I 0 0 t ft p t 1 1 . mm m m I in :o PITWniilKIH a.b. rt. H. P.O. A. :ii i u i a t i t a 9 14 0 o l i onio .........i i o t o i i s i o 1 19 o I 0 14 0 i 0 t 0 s Ton I. Nfiw Vnrk I'limbumh Two haM lilia, Hnilth 2, i.'uyler, 4 13 .11 II 0 , ..HOD (101 001 OHIO 1 ...ooo (in i (no moi4 KrIMi. Soutlmnrth (S), Maiiinvitla; tlirea base lilta. JarUaon. Culler. Traynrir: honia run. Traynor; atnlen baaea, t'uj lr 2. Traynorj aarrlflcea, Mrusel. Jachaon, fiarnlmrt, Mor rlaon: floubla pla. Jarkaou, Krlah and Kelly; Trayner, Maranvllle anil Orlinm; P'rlarh. .la' kmn and Kelly; left on baa. Now York 1; Plitubureh 10; baae on halla, off McQuillan 3; off Mnrrlaon 1; .truck out by McQuillan 3; by Mnrrlaon 3; time of Kama 2:2; umpire., Moran and Klgler. RT. I.Ot IS S. HUSTON 0. BOSTON H. P.O 3 1 ' HASBl.MiTO.N O-l. ST. I.OllS 3 if - (FIRST OAMK) i ST. LOUIS A.M. H. Tebln. rf 4 Bennett, If .1 Evana, If - ...1 flaler, lb .....4 McManua. ?h , 3 JaenhFon. 'rf ,...,..1.4 McMillan. 3b 4 Gerbar, aa , , '. . 4 Keg", c 4 Davli, p 3 ' Totala 2 wa3hi.vi;t'in A.B. R. H. Rlre,, rf 4 Llbold, rt 4 Hirrie. 2h Ooalln, If , ,Turtre, lh Puei, c . . ,', Ppnk.-aa ... Taylor, 3b Zacha ry, p Matt'hewa, a ...4 ...4 ...4 ...4 ...3 ...3 .. .3 ...1 33 57 A.B. H. H. P.O. A. E. I'ella, cf 4 0 0 3 0 1 Cunningham, If 3 0 0 4 0 0 Stengel, rf 4 0 0 t 0 0 Mclunl., lb i 4 0,10 I Padgett, III t 0 0 2 I I Tlerney, 3b 3 0 0 1 1 0 II. Hinltli, ............1 0 0 0 2 0 O'Neil, c 3, 0 a 3 (l 0 McNnmara, p 0 0 0 1 4 0 .1. fooney, p 0 0 0 0 0 0 Olhaon, x 1 0 0 0 0 0 Total. ( 57 0 0 ?4 11 2 FREAK SCHEDULE IS T0U0H0NTHE FANS Enthusiasts in Four Cities Hard Hit by Arrangement MAY MACK HMMIINU tllJH niX'Olill MII.i; The world'a mile record of !:llti for 1 year old, hold by Goldamlth Muld lnce ISTh. was almtwd recently ny iihj' jlncK. The ancient May cast aaldo entirely her grave, matronly dlk-nlty and whined around the courao In the scandalous tln.o of 2:12a4. "The old girl sure waa feeling her onta," commented the surprised timer at the end or tne race. Willimantic Quits State League After Dropping More Than $3000 a-Batted for M' Nnmara In 8th. 8T. I.OL'IH .t. Hmlth, rf ... Helm, i: Hornsby, 2b .., Botlomlev. lb ntades. If Toporcer, 3b . 'innanlca, p . . . , Jr.. IViyney, Ilalne., p A. II. 5 4 4 4 4 2 4 4 3 H. P.O. A. E. 27 020- rinalin; Tota!a 33 0 s a flatted for Zachary In 9th. gt. Loula ooo (ini Two base. -Tilta. .Oerber, Hialer, three baae Ita, Tobln atolen bosra. Kyana; aacrlflcea, Bennett; left on basca, St. Loula a; Washington 15; baaea on holla, off rtavle B; Zachary 2; atruclt out, by I'ibvIb 3; Kacb. ary 2: hit 'by pit. her. 1y Iiavla fTalor); wild pitch, liala: utnplrea,' Uineen and Nal tin; time 2 boura. (SKi iiXO OAMK) Totals 34 i 12 "1 0 0 St. l.oula 030 oov-'.s Ttvo base hit, J. Smith; aaeriflrea. Hln Hollm; double playa. Tlerney, Padgett, an Mclnnla; left Jtn ba.ea. Boston 3: St. I.onl. bllRPa on hall., off MrN'.m.ri t- Itlnaa 3; alnii'k out. by l ooney !; Ilalnea 3; hita off Mi Namnra 12 In 7; off ('ooney 0 In 1; hit by pitcher, by McNaniara (Toporrer); wild plti'hea. McNaniara; loainr plt':her Mc Naniara; umplrea, OIay, Sweeney and Qui)-: time 1:43. Home-Town Fans Open in Their Refusal to Support Club Hiring: Out of Town Players Proves Too Costly. CINCINNATI 10. TIKOOKI.YN . BROOKLYN ' " ; A.B. R. H. P.O. A. K. Tobln. rf 5 I ! 2 o Sennet, If 8 1 .1 0 o 0 flaler, lb 4 o o io s 0 McManua, 2h 5 I ! 5 J 2 Ja"Ohon, rf 4 ,1 2 3 0 0 Robertson. Sb 4 1 2 0 3 0 fievereid, c 1 ft 1 0 ? 0 Rego, e .,...1 0 O ft 0 0 Gerher. a. .4 0 0 3 1 0 Vangilder, p... fl fl o ft o o Pa:ne, p ., i o o ft 0 o Grant, p 0 0 n t 3 o Lyon., p 1 1 2 0 3 0 H. Rlr. 1 0 0 0 0 0 Evan., x ,.1 o o 0 0 0 Tot'a'a 38 7 14 24 14 3 x B.Mrd for rirant in 4th. XI Batted for nowi-eld In ih. WASItlNilTtiN High. 2h, .a 4 .1. . Johnson, a. 4 KU'gnian. 5b 1 Wheat, If .1 Nela, If 5 Kournler, Jb s Brov.-n, rf 4 Stock. 3b S Griffith, rf 4 I.VI.erry, x I Mnrgrae9. 0 4 ilrimps. p 4 r'ecatur, p ft W. Jobn.nn, xx 0 Totaia 40 R. 1 1 0 1 1 1 14 th. Fatted for Griffith xx Batted for le, ottir In 9th. CINCINNATI . Rica, rf .. l.elbold, cf . . Hrtrrls, !h . . . fio.lln, If .ludge, 1h ... Taylor, 3b .. Perk, aa Tata, r ...... Hargrere, r , Pul. e !T.hnl.r. p ., Ru.sell. p ... M.rbern. p , JIull.r, t. Mafthrira, if. P.O. A. ? 1 I 0 1 3 4 0 .1 ..1 . ;1 ..ft Totals .IS 12 14 27 in r-Baited for Zalinlier In 3rd. rr-Bstted for Ilinoll In 7th. Too btwe hita. Pevereld. Ta1nr. P.ohert n, Bennett. Ooalin. .lodge. M'-Mnnils; three h.e hits, Bennett. Lctliold. Tobln. Jackson; sacrifice.. Judge, jaislr. Sevneld. Hrtria, JIatthevia. Hoslin; double play Mrttanua to Rl.ter: left on hssos, PI. I.,. Ills ; Washing ton 10; base 011 bulls off Vnngltiler l; Bnno ?: Lyons 4: r.us.cll ?: struck out, hv Mer Hrry 1: hit. off Vangllder 3 In 2-3; Ornnt 1 In 2: Russell a In 1; Bs'iie 2 111 1-3; rnone otu g d L.n I In (: Zahiilser a In 3: Marhirry .1 lo 2: tviimin pit. her rsbn'ser; losing pitcher, Vntigllder; umpires Kallin and IMncen: time 2:17. Crits. :b ... Dauhert. lb P.oiish. rf .. Dunmn, If . Margrave, c Walker, rf ,. Plnelll, Sh . t'aenpy, ... Luriue, p May. p A.B. .4 .3 .S .4 ..3 . .4 . .3 . .2 ..1 P.O ' It 4 0 2 I 4 4 1 0 31 Totala Brooklyn Cincinnati Two base bits. three has" lilta. Polish (2 10 27 13 2 001 100 310 1 302 0"5 OOx 10 1'rltz, Wheat, llargravea: home run, Pun ran: stolen hasp, l.uoue; double plavs, Mar grave to i-rlta; ririmee to .1. Johnson to fournlor; left on hnaos, Brookljn 9; flnrln hatl 0; base son bale, off Lu'iue 2; 3fny 2 (iiimea ; atrtlck out. bv l.imne t- m.v 1 .' Urlmea 3; Mecatllr I; lilta off Limn. 11 lo !-3; off May 1 tn 2 1-3; flrlmea I In S; Pecatur 1 In 2: wild pitch. hall. Margraves; winning pitcher, .uqiie; losing pitcher, firimes; umpires. Klem ami W llson; time ":04. ( lllf .M.O .1. I'MII AOKI rriiA I'HII.AIIKI.IMIIA A.B. R. 4 Hlfl 13. Tm.rT!f CHICAijn A.B. n H. P.O A Mostll cf 3 t ; 4 n ffceprr. rf 1 1 2 a folltns. b 4 1 i i Sheen-. 1b. I - 1 M 1 raik. If 4 1 n Kamm. "b 4 1 2 ft a Barrett, .a s 2 1 4 f '-oase. r s 5 . 1 1 Thurston, p 1 1 n 1 3 Tola's 41 l.t 11 27 17 PHILADELPHIA A.I, i: It P.O A. f'ykes 2b u 1 s 3 Lamar, If 4 n 0 n 11 Miller, rf 1 1 ? 4 n Mauser, lb 4 0 it in a atinimona. ,f 1 n 1 0 r.iconda. 3b 1 1 1 n 3 Calloway, sa. 4 1 2 4 Perkins, r ...I 1 2 3 a tiemrnel, p 1 ft a 0 1 Helmarp, a 1 a 0 a a Buma. p .a a 0 0 a 3Velch, a 1 a 0 a a Tot.ie 3f, a io 17 ij Sand. .8 . . , , Harper, rf . Wrlirtitstone, ."'hulls. If . Williams, ,-f llolke, lb ,, Pord. 21, . . . Ilenllne, o . . Mlibhell. p . Tet.U S'str, cf Holloch.r. otier. lb ... AdsiiiB. ?h . . T'rlheig. 31, . . Mllgshi, If .. Hpsthcote, rf Harlnott. p . Keen, p CHICAGO A.B. n ....3 I II. P.O. A. B. 13 3 0 0 2 0 0 2 110 1 2 I 0 1 3 0 ft 0 7 2 0 14 11 12 2 0 0 2 10 7 " 14 1 run scored. H. po. A E. 12 0 0 0110 0 10 o o 113 0 2 0 2 0 13 10 5 a a 0 2 4 4 0 0010 The support given the Besse-Letand club thla seafon has been very poor and it Is a well known fact tliot the club has been losing money at almost every game, while hoping that the next week would see thlng3 picking up. However, If there be any solace tn the Information, this is not the only state league outfit losing money. The Willimantic entry also has gone on the rocks and to such an ex tent, that It has been decided to 01s conttnuj the club, the management having dropped over $3,000 since May 17. leclslon to quit the league was made after a referendum vote bad been taken among the fans and the decision was 913 to abandon the league and but 2S6 for it. On a vote to support an Independent ball club tlie fans voted 904 against and 295 for The association has lost more than $3,000 since May 17 on its Connecti cut league club ventures or about $400 a game. There Is now in the treasury about $2,000, not all of which is available for basobnll. As the season has seven more weeks to run, association officials felt, that the treasury would be exhausted through further losses and decided upon the referendum at a meeting Monday night. The association has fostered base ball here since 1912. With a team of home talent money was made In 1919 and 1 920, but outside players have created deficits and It Is said about $S,000 has ben dropped in the last four seasons. President Bert More of the associa tion and Manager John P. McQuillan of the Wlllimnntlo club will attend a. special meeting of the state league to night at Hartford. tt Is expected that the question of the $500 deposit required of all clubs to guarantee their sticking out the season will come up. Whether the. as sociation will save its $500 or wheth er It will be paid over to the clubs that survive the season will likely be decided. Grand Circuit Race Has New Winner in Iskander Toledo, ()., July IS. Iskander, driven by Tommy Murphy, won the 2:10 pace at. 1'ort Miami park yester day, was the only favorite of the early bettors to win Ms race. The dump ing of favorite and several good mtttuel rounds featured the fourth day of the meeting. Th longest prlre of the day was paid by Hollywood Trlsco (Crozler,) $fi.3in to place in the third heat of the 2:11 trot. Bochellp Maid fKgan) look the race In straight heats pay Ing $IS to win the first heat. Ht. rtohert (Willis), won the 2:05 trot in slrniaht. heats over the favorite Clyde the Oreat, (Murphy.) The 5:05 pare wont to Grace llrect (Murphy) hy a clei.n sweep. PITCHING STAFF . BEST OFFENSIVE That Gone, Club Loses Its Best Weapon When the pitching staff collapses, a ball club loses Its best defensive weapon. rew ciurw nave ever won a pen nant without the aid of great pitch ing. It Is moat nccassary over a long campaign of 114 games. John McGraw Is one of the very few managers who has Jockeyed a team to a pennant, and world series with just ordinary pitching. Several time McGraw ha.s upset the dope of the critic who Insisted his pitching would fall him in a pinch. Go back over the records of the pennant winners and world cham pions and the fact stands out when the pitching fails the team Invariably breaks. . Detroit won a pennant in 1 907-0 j. 09 with an all-tar pitching staff that was backed by much batting strength and a fair defense. When the late Bill Donovan, George Mullin, Kddie Summers, Kd gar Wlllctls and Kd Klllian began to slip, the club did likewise. The Chicago Cubs, the big noise of the National league from 1906 to 191, fell back the moment Overall, Brown, I.undgren, Pfelster and the rest of the etaft began to wilt. Pitching means much to a pennant winner. When the Boston Brave copped In 1914, superb pitching by rtudolph, Tyler and Jumes made pos slble the club'a unexpected uccci. Kor three year the "flvc-tar' pitching Unit of the New York Yankees has dominated the Ameri can league. Once upon n time It consisted of Carl Mays, Bob Rhawkcy, Joe Bush Sam J ones and Walte Hoyt. When Mays passed out Southpaw Herb Pen nock was added to the select circle. TW power. Ing st the' ed Yankees, a club with much supplied with a great pitch- has for three years had on the American league field! Opposing teams faced good pitch ing in every game against the Yan kees, while the New York club In return was up against the ame brand of pitching Just about half the time. Like all great pitching staffs, the five-star" combination of the Yanks cannot go on forever. There must finally come a break. When It comes the club will suffer, as have all other pennant-winning aggregations. The failure of the Yanks to be away out in front at tnis stage oy their usual comfortable margin has caused some of the experts to be lieve the pitching staff of the world champions is cracking. True, it has lacked the consistency of former years so far this season, but. there is still plenty of dynamite left in the pitching arms of the men who carry the hope of the New York Americans. New Yrk. July Tli present rr In the American league prom. Ke Io t on of lh moat thrilling Wid th rara half mer, evn club ars In the running, lh I'hll. delphl Athletic atone appear out-Ciiswd, In Ilia face of thla grot rnc', thu schadul of lh !0:i vampMign In th American league U one of lh moat unusual ever drawn up. It ! freak schedule that doesn't fit In lory well with th great rac. It peculiarity Ik In the fact that with th season half over, a number of club have completed their list of game with each other. Kor Instance: Lin July ( Washington completed It home schedule of II game with New York. On that date th Washington fan aw the Yankees for the last time. Incidentally Washington lias already played eight of It 11 game at New York. At thla writing the Yankee and National are strong pennant con tenders, yet only three of the 2! games scheduled between the clubs rcmair unplayed. That 1 unfortunate because the fans In both cities would flock to any scries between the two clubs. Detroit and Cleveland are great rl vala. Both are In the running for the American league pennant, yet the fans of these two cities have but lit tie to enthuse over as far aj seeing these two clubs oppose each other. ' On July 7 Detroit finished its schedule of 11 game In Cleveland. While Cleveland has only three more games to play In Detroit early in September. Thus four of the contending teams, natural rivals, have practically finish ed their season schedule with each other. This is to be regretted In a race that promise so many thrills before the finish. The 1924 schedule is certainly a freak one, far from befitting the close race. Besses In State League Ciame Here Tomorrow City Leaeue Has Three Saturday Afternoon Con torts and Falcons Are at Home Sunday. JONES AND INGRAHAM WIN. Cobb Has Enough and Is Anxious to Sit on Bench Boston, July IS Ty Cobb wants to stop playing .baseball as a regular this year. If he can get a man to take bis place in tha Detroit outfield, he said yesterday, he will withdraw from the lineup and become a bench manager. although ha added that he would still doubtless play from time to time. He said that 20 years of baseball ere beginning to tell on him and that his health made withdrawal as a egular necessary. Yale-Harvard Tennis Players Take Doubles From Britons. London, July 18. The Yale-Harvard tennis players met players of the Queens club in doubles matches yes terday. Each side had won three matches when rain stopped the play. Arnold Jones, Yale, and W. A. In graham, Harvard, defeated M. Temple and M. D. Dorn, Queens club, 6 4, 6 3. E. Hlggs and Colonel Bcrger, Quens club, beat Charles Watson, Y'ale, and Karl Pfa'ffman, Harvard, 6 1, 6 4. A. H. Lowe and Dr. Brown, Queens club, beat A. B. Sheri dan, Yale, and Alden Briggs, Har vard, 6 3, 7 4. . Jones and Ingra ham defeated Lowe and Brown, Queens club, 6 4, 6 8. Watson and Pfaffman beat Temple and Horn, 6 3, 6 3. Hlggs and Berger defeated Sheridan and Briggs, 62, 6 3. Titer lll It plenty of gm r th weak. end to ppeM th hall lust of lh Bveragq Nw Britain fan. First, tomorrow afternoon lbr will ba four game of merit for lh enthusiastic, three In the City legu and on Mat league, professional gam. Th City league game win o played at Walnut Jim paric, peginning at S o'clock and th Htate leagu gam Kill' be at Ht. Mary's field an hour later. In the lnt named con test the Bee-Lelnd outfit clashes with the atrong Torrlngton team and the likelihood that Turkey will pitch for th visitor and Art Johnson of th risk Bed Top for th locals should he a atronf drawing card. Turkey I having a wonderful eon and hi work I a treat to th fan. Art, too, has been going drong all Reason and should give a good ac count of himself.' The Besse go over to Torrlngton Sunday for a return game. City league t.anies The City league games at two o'clock bring together the Banger and the champion rirale on diamond No, 1 and on diamond No. 2, the Mo hawk and the Pioneer will clash. Whllo the Pirates are the favorite to win, the Ranger are planning to give them a stiff battle. The Mohawk and the Pioneer are about evenly matched and a good game I expected, St. Mary's and th Fafnlr play on diamond No. 1 at 4 o'clock. Falcons Here Sunday Then on Sunday afternoon at 8 o'clock at St. Mary' field the Falcon. A. C. will clash with the Walnut A. C. of Hartford In what should be an other good game. The Walnut boys have been playing snappy ball all season and the usual lnter-olty rivalry is manifest In this game. The Falcons will present their regular lineup, with the possible exception of a new outfielder. Kid Carson and the Sheik Matched for Another Bout New Haven, July 18. "Kid" Car son of Holyoke and Young (Bheik) Leonard of Walllngford will meet In the star bout on the card to be staged next Wednesday night by the Nutmeg C. at Nutmeg stadium. Georgie Day will meet either Steve Smith or Eddie Corbett, formerly of Hartford, now of Bridgeport, In the seml-flnal. Collie Pleines and Irish Jackie Moore will collide In a pre liminary. Carson and Leonard have met three times, the Paper City boy winning a decision in Holyoke, another In New Haven but also suffering 'a knockout in the Elm City. BRAVES BUY PLAYERS. Boston, July 18. The purchase -of Dave Harris, outfielder with the Greensboro, N. C, club of the Pied mont league, and of Ed. Brandt, a left-hand semi-professional pitcher of Wallace, Idaho, was announced by business manager Fred Mitchell of the Boston Nationals yesterday. BASEBALL SUPPLIES Special Prices to Teams D. & M. Line HAD FIE LP IB SfAIN STREET The Cross-Word Puzzles Bridegroom BRIGGS 31 3 11 57 ..100 ooo . . 1,00 1 00 II 0 0(l 2 0113 Hint; throe baae Totals Phllm:. i,hia i.'lilcngo Tito base lilts. Sand mis, n ngntarone: stolen hasps. Heath. fie 3: Httrtnott: sacrifices lf,.tln..i.D- .,... 1 Keen: double plnvs. llollo.ber to A. lams a j to toller; W light stone to Sand to Jlolke; ' llillgsby tn rotter; left on hasp, Pht!ad4 "ll.bla 4: hlcago 7; base on halla. ofr Hub. " j bell i- Keen 1: atrnc ,,, ,r Keen ; Hub J I boll I; umpires. Mcforml. k. I'flrman and II a t1 ; time 1.5. 13 . Fatted for tloronief o 7lh. ri Hatted for Burna In h. fhlrago .....eoa nn sr 4 - 1 Philadelphia oei flot aoi 5 To baa- bt. 'filler. K.m-n falli. heeiey, Crouee; thraa tat hita, Riconds; Tf RACK, !CT. II Now York. July 18. The entries of Black Gold, Zev. Ordinance and Lad kin are among those received by the Jockey club for the mile and a quar ter race at Latonla on October 11, In which Kplnaid, track I'reneh thoronghbre'd, will he featured. It was announced late yesterday. MEMORIAL HH JOCKEYS Berlin. July I a. A memorial Is to be erected at the Karlhorst nice jslonal Jorkej 4m) h, in gentlemen ''A.RT" PILZ'S riders who were killed In the war. J . BATHING M ITS All IDIors Pt HE WO!tSTEI. f- ff LOOK 'I M OVER 40UU lln-4'hatl wnrc. bnvlng and atliMIe rriilt. Ciimc In every ilay. Goarr! trend Clears, at A M6MSS J "ft A COOAS SeOliO Hf I FuuLS AJS'N !l:r"- re-Wawi.;-.f. -aitgCJU- - . -r- 1 T'f-T I I Thij: ArVFrrtNG pi-turf FAR READERS. ABOUNDS IN LESSONS OF INSTRUCTION... NO DOOBT YDU HAVE GUESSED ITS TERW8LE IMPORT.... THE UNHAPPY GROOM IS PACE TO FACE WITH THE TERRIBLE DISCOVERY THAT H(S BRIDE 15 A CROSSWORD ADDICT. AND ONLY A FUTURE OF SORROW AND SUFFERING NOW CONFRONTS HIM..I ALAS? HOW QUICKLY MAY HAPPY DREAMS BE BLASTED.