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FRIDAY, AITC.IT ST 11, 1916.
Tige Between Satanic Majesty and Deep Sea, With Browns Behind and Sox to Beat Till: I I ' - lull II 11 111 111 II- I nil In I II 'll I 111 WMW ' ■ ..... the pennant rare Chicago couldn’t stand the gaff when the Red So* came to battle for the lead. The Carrigant'ers outganted Hnd outplayed the Pale Hose and dumped them cleur to third place. Now route the Tigers for three games. No finer sort of club could be picked than the Jungaleers to take care of the White Sox at this par tlculur time The) are fast and hard hitting, and If they should rip through the Sox as they did Ihsl year, they could break the spirit of Corniskey’s entry. Immediately after this Tiger series, Chicago must go to Boston, m again meet the club that has Just mauled them so unmercifully. Two weeks of disaster Just aa they reached the lead w mild put the Sox In exactly the same position they found themselves gracing last year at this tune. There would he little chance of them bothering again. As for the Tigers thev must do something at Chicago or get stepped on themselves. They are In the first division, only three and half games from the White Sox and five games from the lead That places them well for the last swing around the circuit. Hut the Hrowna are only half a game behind, and if they should reach the Itrst division before the) go c.i*t, there Is a hlg probability that they will not be dislodged, it la up to the Tigers to keep the Browns back and to do It they must tear through Chicago nd win that Monday game front Cleveland. If they cam do all this. It ,1s likely that tin* strain will he relieved by that time and all that will b< asked will be another Jog through tlia orient similar to the last one. Let the Browns Win THERE Is no us* feeling badly about the Browns They have done Hit I'tgcrs signal service b' crimping New York and Washington i :übs which lie*roii must meet shortly and which they will find badl' disorganized. Moreover. Cleveland is pushing close to the ,vd spit there la r*.■ > an# mason to object to It l.outs ttodlni the Indians ha> kto the reservation The ideal program is *c keep the Browns » tuning f**r a w title. but the T.gej s must s.pin along, too. If they are to rash in on the amazing b r esk which has come to the pennant race. All baseball optics will be blinking toward St. Louis today. This is the da. whi.h will find 'he Browns in tin Itr-t division, according to Fielder Jones' famous prophecy a month ug<« N**w York Is passed. All that is necessary for Jones to cash his blue chips is to beat the Indians, and for < hirago to beat the Ttg. rs Tin* Tigers will regret It if they lose today, but w. II say Jon* ■•> has a great chalice to make good The Speed of Cobh THIUM'C.UOt T the baseball world there is gossip of Cobb Mowing up. Chit has been tin deftest nonsense, foi T> Is having so much 1 11 >uh|e hitting th* hall into safe territory that he is keeping his :. \< t ,<gi up solely through his ability to b.-at out infield bounders and bunts No less than half hi-* hits this season have been of that sort. Ty took it into his h**ad yesterday to forevet silence his slanderers. He drove a hall * •t' that was so low that it nicked the outstretched digits of the Mm kiati third baseman It tore on s line down the foul line, bumped the grand stand and rlrnrhrti.d to the wall, where It was pursued by Pick and snared on tht first bound. Pick made a beautiful throw to the plute. This blow usually is good foi n two bagger on Navln field Barely it goes for s triple Cobb’s hit was unusualh fast Yet Ty was rounding third when I'lck caught the ball, and Jogged home, arriving standing up ahead of th* throw There never was a faster sprint from home to third in baseball The Prettiest Play of All. ONE OF the prettiest playw in baseball Is the one where the flrst ba.•email rttrn veii a ground hit ball, and the pitcher rushes over th. b.g. «i »gs the hall on the run and scores a putout a step ahead of a fast i tinner It is not the easiest play in the game. When George Burns wa- op. rated upon foi appendicitis hiul It fell to Marty kavanach to guard the first turn for the Tigers until George could recover, most of his time was spent in learning this one play. For hours at a stretch th» Jersey Adonis and Manager Jenning** would caper about the bag. t lining, th** in-*. mi that it w ould leach the bag just before the plteher did. Most plays In baseball are slam Iwing affairs, but this toss from the first baseman to th.* snauing pitcher must be timed as accurately as the soaring of a .-winging trap. /<• team in a ctr* us What we started to *>hv. however. Is that this play la one of the con tributions of i harb-y t omiskey to the game Now days Comlskey is known as a prosperous inagnat* who will spend anv price for a ball player who might -or. ngthep his Hub Even I* than a generation ago he was one of the games greatest player* Vs a first baseman he has had few peers. And it was lie who first conceived 'lie notion that the first sarker could better serve hi* club by playing a <>rt of short right field. His Idea was so n**w that one dav. when he took bis Browns to Pittsburgh to play. Hon est John Kelley, th** fanioti* umpirr, refused to start a game because he thought < onusUcy w« n't r* i<B I* ’.»»»U a long time to explain to the arbiter that "« nmmy" merely had discovered anew position. Os course It was legal, and it wasn't long before it was adopted generally. Pitchers Didn’t Like It. THE PT.AY bv which th. p:tc’ . r c . .as t|.« big when the fir-t seeker Is fielding a hdl vva- :» nat ri! 1 \* >, ■ t> of th': new r.mm.er of g< tin- idea 111 M.< if no. <l|* i t ’ | | th.jn n :i c - . t/( l the minor- iow, too h \ to r ce •<> i I v • to to . which r.<* .ill a 'cry told ol < unn » * 1 v..i *. Two w. e out and two v .re on \ v * 1 <1 'o • » Tl , . saunt-i* ! r.iwai'l th* b»nch for ■'< and t.t.o»• ,m • *. •* rum-, count*-*! . *•• were enou; h to ,*. tn I -*j the Old lio.,ia:i plus'* •and a . .no fitie on th* 1 ch ~.. t l .. :. i* ii n that tl ;h there >vn.- a w.-ll b.-aieu path from the Hal. 'i.* tu t tun. in trie* Tally Trail. There were many notion- In h b:| in those days tv-t would <*. ni Strang* now Just jo yt It . . .< Moreland was Moutini! f< , , nm- J*>r I* ig . cl ib lb- r< mond. hut Hi*' i luh owner i< • . <• ip ■■<.,,> •> -*t tills young H r got hit I>. pi'. . b i ;j, da;, ad ih it h. d.d:i't want a player <>n Ins Hub w -e. 1 i.- . il I'lmt play, r a. Kid lab.-rtb 'd, who bad a gr« t i, th. t. ijoir. .ini till i j!.t>l:v»a bang ui* game at hurt tot • ha' an \ i« i pepp. tv club he is man ager. i' iliagnat* notion w.,- ii.n < bad at that, 'or a player loitldn't g* t a ha <• *v. iy 11 Hi* .i ball gt ;./* and his s|. rt, a In - . ail now. Often it i haul to ut in He tat *1 and figure ju-t what is happening out on the diamond bill Him litimn. th. veteran I’iiate slugger, tells a little vatu fiat illnsirates tht- lie played his first big Hague game at ( in ciliuati m 1 i* Say s h< I’ll »>'•'»'' foi get the lira* time I stepped to th** plate to face big league pitching I wanted to appeal unconcerned so I grabbed iwo ba' 1 *1 .''"bed iai*'l» sly fl'olu l|<. ben. I* | gu< s | shook so much J m.tl • Hi.* p'*Hi i to i vmis. Anyhow he couldn't g.-i tu*. hall over ‘ wasn the r« on I din't swing though t«. to weak from uervousn* At I couldn't grip the bat and fake a good healthy* wallop I would have swung at anything ir | could. Finally the pitcher walked m. forcing in the winning run The next day the newspapers boosted ut* for my iron nerve in waiting 'em out in a pinch. A New Angle tin Speed. A MI’ORT LOVING scientist bv the name of George p. Meade, who '" ,s “? I 1 ''* u l» some interesting figures which reveal ie speed of fra. k at hi. teg in the terms of thn lOOyard dash man 1 l "' b'' has used are riot collegiate, but include those of the swiftest amateurs and professionals. The figures themselves are ~r prising It is common knowledge that a five-mile runner cannot cover’th.- ground at the rat.* of spe.-.l with which the dash man pounds the clnd.-rs Ih- a ernge person, without looking the matter up. would say that the sprinter would run three or four times ns fast as the distance man Asa matter of fact, the dash man does not run even twice as swiftly as the five nttl* r Inasmuch a* the sprints utilise the utmost speed of man the en durance of the distauco men must he miraculous. Here are Mr.’Meade's Tl _,, Rl <* p+t 1 IfW* IfMl I mrwi m nt stance (Second*< lln'rfer t Second - t 10*1 Varda S .1-3 t4ell> , 190*1 aJn k*3«* yard. 21 l-."V VV ,-fera. immi a>.o 4M> yards 17 4-a l.ntiw, IINMI ll* *ll *•*<* yards 1 1.*.2 1-2 Meredith, 1912 13 79 One mile 4:12 »-r. Icker, ||II3 M.T, I.*® miles 9t*U* 3-3 *>l<r.*M>, l|»')| Ihree miles ••a 17 shrnMi, llSi.'l 1*122 K«*ir miles 1M12.3 2-S "1r.11.11, iimii l« K 2 Five miles 21i.13 2-5 wbriil.h, lINil 1ff.75 Spain I.ikes the Bangtails IT IS NOT Impossible that tfpnln will he the new ntecca for American fanciers of th*. thoroughbred who wish foreign fields to conquer, now that England and French tracks have lost their attractiveness and Russia is mad over the trolling horse An all summer meeting has been arranged, and the feature stake for th** opening day will be worth 520.U00 The new track is at Barcelona, and King Alphonse purchased a big stable which will fly the royal colors. \V K Vanderbilt Is down with tjo horses, and Jefferson ttsvls Cohn will have as many in his stable T P Thorne also has **»»nie ihoroughbi * .1* thn* In* will enter in the Mpsntsh meeting Meanwhile the bullfight, t s i.r*- taking off w.igfii and applying for Jobs as J.Mkeva, DIRECTUM TO DEBUT TODAY Champion Pacer Is To Cos Exhibition Mile At Pittsburgh FITTBBFRGH. Pa , Aug 11. The big pace and trot of Pittsburgh's Grand (Mrcult meeting will be held on Saturday, and the feature of the Friday program will be the debut of Directum I, champion pacer, who will go an exhibition mile Thurs day's card was aplit by four driv ers. Oosnell, Cox, Valentine and Murphy each took a race. Cox. who is headed for the money winning champion-hip this year and now leads Murphy by a big margin, won the feature race —the 2 lfi trot —with Director Todd, beating Guy Nella, the favorite. Th« summary 5-War-Olds. Trot. 1-Heat Plan, fl.eoo Cochata .lay, ro e.. t>y Codtatu Mlosnelll .la k M*>on* y, h. c (McDonald* 3 2 2 Wter Mount, ch. c iNurkles). 2 3 4 Time—MS Vs. * UC*. 2 !3V r® Heat liM'rt. Trutilaa Ojstal Harder, br f, ty Border Knight iPsyntT time. 2 ts',t 5.17 Tr.t, *-He»t Plaa. S*.**«»o St tier Strong, g n* . by Strong B<i> (Valent inti ... . *2l Helen Wa.rthv, b tn by Bur*>n gate (Muipby) 3 1 ? I.lndnay, I*, k (MH»onald). .. - J • Sandy, <*h. g «Donot u* ) 3 R R • 'oaste.a Mohel. b. m iGoxt... S t 3 I'alsv Todd, b. m (''handler> 4 7 5 The Lark. *> nt. (T)urfeei 7 4 7 Loyal Hall hlk h i Fleming).. 54 3 Time 2 Of\. 2 o*l.. 2 «)•»« 3.17 Face, 5-Heat Plan. SI,OOO Derby «'‘usrer rli g, by K<l Cuetar ..Murphy) ... 1 1 1 < 'aiitant 101 lR . Vi k ' I >urfee i 2 2 I Prrstollte. hr. m (M* f*onald* 7 33 Voilnk Todd, b k (Cox i ..... . 4 4 } John A., 11. eh a ( Ben von 1., ds Tima 2.07\. 2 11 2 10 5.t0 Trot. 5-Hem Plan, gI.OOO Dlractor T.»dd, b h , by Todd (Coi) 111 Ou,v Nella. hr in , by (luy Ax worthy iSnow) 32 1 Kaperanaa. h rn. .Durfee. . 2 3 2 Vanko, b. g. (Murphy) t 4«lr Tima—SiOlVi. 1 Oi >*, 2 otv. masoniFball ASSIGNMENTS The schedule of games and as signment of umpires and scorer* for games to be played in the Masonic Baseball league on Saturday. Aug 12, Is as follows: T'nlon-Kilwinning v * Auhlar. Dia mond No 3 Cmplre. Waldron scorer. Sunpnlck. Zion vs Onental-i'orlnthian. Dis mnnd Nd. 4 Cmplre. Stark, acorar, Rl ..<1 y Friendship vs Palestine, t*lainai.d No. 5. Cmplre Guetschaw. acorer. St net xer. Detroit vs. <'l*y of Strait*. Dia mond No (t. Cmplre, F’artn, scorer, Speck All game* will be pluvcd «t Hob- I /O H<*»t leaves foot of Hatca-st. at 1 30 o'clock. K.rry day I* moving <l«y for lie checker players. Dl*l It ever occor tn yon that the player with the moat speed at night la the sloweat In the daytlmef GENTLEMEN— The Final Clearance Is Soon to End! Hundreds of men have taken advantage of this great Mid-Sum mer Clearance—men who appreciate the high quality of Baumgartner Clothes—men who know the genuiness of our offerings. The stocks still offer splendid selections but the sale cannot last much long er; the end is in sight; and it will go down in our history as the greatest sale we ever held. If you expect to attend you should come NOW— you ought not wait another day! Here’s How You Save by Buying Now sls and $lB Suits are now *l2 *2O and *22 Suits are now *ls *2B and *3O Suits are now *2O ! *35 and *37 Suits are now *25 *4O and *45 Suits are now *3O ; / : ~\ / \ / \ Tropical Saits Straw Hats All Fancy Shirts 20% '/3 Off 20% \/ \ / BAUMGARTNER’S Chamber of Commerce, ’ Stci'ens Building, Slate and Griswold Hi and Hu rt' and Washington Tigers in Chicago, Full ot Pep and Ready to Spurt Coveleskie Slated to Hurl the First Game CHICAGO, Aug 11. The Tigers arc her** to start their last long trip around the American league. Be fore returning they will play every club except Bt. Loui.s, one game at Clev eland count mg as a series this time. This Joust is scheduled for Monday. For the past two months it has been the experience of th" Tigers that the western games Just preceding an invasion of the east are disastrous, but they are del.*r mined to suffer no such setback at this time The Browns are sini;** il'g their backs anil the White Box ar** ti»o much flustered by the beat tits they got from Boston to be uu usually formidable, and the Junga leers are certain that they can take tills series. They are very anxious »o beat Cleveland, also, for th*- In titans are too dose to the lead to keep rivals from worrying Coveleskie probably will pitch to day. Dauss also la ready and I slaied for his supreme efTort of the summer during this series. Every effort has been made to get hint into a frame of mind that will enable hint to work at fop speed. James. Boland or Mitchell will hurl the picking, but the 'l ig.-rs showed a lot other game, unless relief work should make it necessary to Dubuc. It Is hard to say who Row land will use, for he has been com pelled to Juggle bis staff a lot re cently. Faber or Wolfgang are like ly flingers. There were a lot of encouraging thing* about the game with the Ath letics yesterday. Williams was soft picking, but the Tig* is showed a lot of braint baseball. I hey picked hoiea and took advantage of th.nt In great style. They bunted at.d stole bases and hit hard and did everything according to Hoyle, and the game was a good pepper s*-s sion to precedi th»* Chicago games. Typos To St. Paul. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind . Aug. 11.— St. Paul will hold the Cnion Print ers' national baseball tournament next year, the commission has de cided John J McGowan, of Chi cago, was re-elected president, and Joseph J. I Milas, of Boston, was re elected secretary treasurer. New York won from St. Louis, 7 to 2. I’rlnllnK—lkr plnln n**l kind—ltnl I* rl«ht— I Time« Job Drpt.—■ Mwln l"2**. jjj|.———— DETROIT TIMES BOX SCORE DETIP >!T AH R H O A E Vitt. 7b 5 3 2 2 1 0 H i*h, s o .......4 2 3 250 Cobb, <• f 4 '.* 1 I »i (I Veit, h, I. t 5 1 3 2 0 a Craw ford, r t 5 I 1 1 0 0 11<* i 1 iii.-t n. 1b 3 0 2 10 0 0 1 4 K***-, o. 4 115 2 0 Mil.-hell, p ...201010 .Ihme*, p. .... t it 0 0 0 ft •llarper | o u « i) 0 'Du aI * 10 Ig 2 7 14 0 PHILADELPHIA AH It II O A K Witt, * * 4 I) 0 1 1 •' Walsh, r f 4 12 2 11 Strunk, r f. 3 I I 2 4t ft la. laie. 2b .412250 M I unis. lt> 4 I 2 * I•• M'-Klvvee. 3b 3 0 2 1 I " Pt.-k, If 4 ft 1 2 0 ft Pa Inich. c 2 ft ft 5 0 it Williams, p. . 3 ft 1 ** I ft tftuwe 1 0 0 0 0 it JMvera 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 13 4 It 24 10 1 •Hatted for Mitchell in sixth. *Hatt»(j far Phintch in ninth tßatted fur Williams tn ninth Innings ... 1 234 507** Detroit 0 it : o S 0 4 l • I't Philadelphia . 1 1 0 1 0 I 0 ft 0— 4 Total I,rises Detroit. I ft. Philadel phia. 13 Su> riflee hits Heilman Mi ialwee Stolen base* Vitt 2, Basil 2. Crawford. Young 2 lotote. F’letni'h Pitching aiiinmaiv Nine hits and 23 I times nt bat off Mit<’hell tn ij In nings 2 bits and 10 times at hat off James in 3 innings Two-base hits Walsh, M Innl* Mom*- run Cobb gtrtn k out By Mitchell. -' * Williams. Witt); hy James, I (Williams). ti> Williams. 3 illeilinnn. Cobb, .lames) Bases on halls Off Mitchell, i Strunk l; off Janies. I iPlclnlch) off Williams, 3 ( Yruing. <'oh)> lliish) 1 Douhle plays -Bush, Young and Heil , man. McKe» and Bush l,efi on bases Detroit. 7 Pht'a*l**lphla. 5. Passed ball Piclnlch Time i-3* T’mpires l-'vana and OT*otighlin. Attendance 2 333 Watching the Scoreboard YFXTKItIMY's HERO! With reverse Kngiish. Wnllle t‘lpp. Wattle made a nlld throw. mi high and wide, (hut the poor old V linker* dropped clear to sixth place before the bull lit. The Brawns took (belr fifth straight gsoie from Washington. The* hate vtnn It) of thrlr last 21. Tnnr>, of Cincinnati, held the ' Phillies tn three hits, but lost. Pnskert mode the winning run on a base on halls, n strut unit two wild hens e*. The Xthletlc worm turned again and is now l.it.-k on the down hill ' trail. Vou.-lo Vrrsgoo started his llrst , aanie for the V links, and svas ont of It In n frw minutes. \ pitched ball hit bis working wing. Hut C. Crnnklln linker Is expectr.l back In Ibr lineup In a few darn. The lied and W hlte "oi had a mer ry lime, the totals being 23 hits. HI runs, 23 assists, four stolen buses, two double plnys snd four errors. | Three of the bits were doubles nod : two triples. | It *i n nnd wet gronnds headed ..IT three of the four games scheduled In the Vntlonnl. STANDINGS American League %T V Mil M. W. L. Pci W |. IVt Boston . 01 14 OKI Si I,'ulf- 5 7 <1 723 ( level and 4 5 71 \ York .4 ('hi.-ago. Cl IT VV i*h -n M t -ikO Detroit 5s 51 .s.’t'2 Atl I'l V eslrrday'n (>ames At ClevelMivii Innings l 2 t i o 7 k ft i: li j* S'*- u- Y• ’ U 3 0 0 Cleveland o 0 ft 1 0 I *» ft 1 ‘ a Batteries t-tu-M-li and S'uu.irnaUt- I mbe l h it iul <•N»• 1 1 I in pi i. I> - ne* n him! Nallln At ('ll!, ago Innings l 2 3 4 7 *( 7 s p il c Boston ..1 «ft 2 2 ft ft 2 4 Hi: t Chicago o <> ft ft *• ? l l i ,>ii 5 Bhlleries Faster, I,e nard and t'udy, Bussell, I'anfarth William* and Schalk. Cmp'res nw.-ns and Hlldcbi and At St. lavula— Innings i 33 t 5 « 7 « * RHI-: u . gt'n t g i 1. . * 0 • . s i Battcifis Boehllng (.allta and Henry. K* ol* and s.*\«ri |d I mpires * onnoll) and i'hill To.lnt's (tsmes , r»*-tr««lt nt Chu-agu. Cleveland n* Si L< uis Only gamee m heduled. National League mvniMi W. L. Pci W L Pet Br'oklyn 6ft 3 > *:32 I'lilciipo. i*; r. 5 4.'»."> Boston 55 36 591 St L'uis 4<5 sft 4" 3 Phillies 57 (1 5*2 P'tab'gh 41 53 4 6 N. York 50 46.621 Cincin tl 4* 6s .370 Vester.las'a <«anies At Pli ilnd* I pit <a fnninga illtllTM It H E Cincinnati .ft ft o ft ft ft ft ft ft ft r> * I'hlladelph I " ft •' ">) *' ft • 13 0 Batten* TANARUS( nej mid Wingo. MtVi-r and Klllifer Fmpire* ftlgl**r and Harrison. Bhlh prevented other game* Today's (.smew ; Chicago at Brooklyn Pittsburgh nt Boston. St Louis at New York, two names (hn< innnti at Philadelphia 4 re dll la due llsn Johnson for stop ping band music during gnmrw In the Vmerlcnn le**Hf, hut he'll never get sn Iron cross for quelling chin music. Mukrr Direct j rniH^ You Will Congratulate Yourself after you have bought a Bond sls <uit. Bond’s method of merchandising beats any sale you ever heard of, be cause Bond will save you $lO any time, whether it he August or November, tor we sell direct to the wearer instead of through retailers. You save in buying because we save In selling. We make every garment ourselves and. instead of selling them through road salesmen to retailers we them through our own outlet >tores direct to the wearer. You can buy more clothes and better clothes, and vive money besides, if you buy at Bond’s and pay Save B *\ Save $lO | y $ lO Bond’s Palm Beach Suits Pave made hot weather popular with men who are wise enough to dfess tor comfort. Personal comfort and persona! appearance are might v important factor-; in any rss ___ l man’s business. That's why lie should be dressed omfortably If M B tt’re hot in that °me b to Pond's and buv a Palm Peach. It s y# ati investment worth while Two for Fifteen Dollars Comer C«mpu» gnd Monro*. A LITTLE OF EVERYTHING FIFTH. DETROIT Mitchell fouled to Pletnleh. Vitt beat a bunt to William* Bush also beat out a bunt. Vitt and Bush worked a double ‘*t«-al < obb walked, filling the bases. Vouch singled to center scoring Vitt. Crawford scored Bush and Cobb with a single to right. Veach went to third. Heilman Hied to Strunk and Veach acored. Crawford took second on Strunk’s throw to the plat*. Young tingled to loft, i raw-ford stopping at third. Young and Crawford worked a double steal Crawford scoring M< Kee fliej to Pick. Mto runs, fir* bits, no arror. EIGHTH. DETROIT James fanned Vitt singled to short. Buah singled to right. Vitt and Bush pulled a double steal. Cobb hit a home run down the left field foul line, scoring Vitt and Bush ahead of him. \ • .oh Hied to Strunk. Crawford grounded to Mclnnis. Three runa, three hits, no error. WESTERN MEET IN SEMI-FINALS LAKE FOREST, 111, Aug IL— Pla\ in th** men's alnglcs in the w.'gtcrn tennis championship tour j riftm -nt liere went Into the aemi j finale today, with C J I*ockhorn 1 K.in-a** City, and Heath Byford. Chi | eng*., at rung favorites i*ockhorn 1 i* scheduled to play the winner of today’s niatcii between Jerry Weber and tV. M Blair, Chicago. A late s*art in today's play wag expected as a result of a wet turf the courts in *-ome places being under water as a result of last night’s rain. Play at Noon in Boston. BOSTON. Aug. 11. —A double-j header will he played between the 1 Braves and F’irates here today, the first game starting at noon. This 1 will enable the Pirates to catch an I early train, and prevent ihe next , Heries carrying three bargain bills. What May Happen In Scores Today II ( luh Min l.ntt V« Ij. Bouton HHI\ .573 .s*l Cleveland 573 .3*43 .371 ( hli-auo JV4I9 .5*40 .5*15 I I'clrotf .3341 .327 .5:42 *l. taint* 5.1*4 .3*43 ~V4* \*n V nrk 54s .311) .344 \V ii -hlair I an . .491 .4AI .ISA Vthletlr* .30*4 .190 ,19s MURRAY AND CHURCH MEET SEA BRIGHT, N. J., Aug 11.— R. Undley Murray, the meteor from the west, and George M. Church, eastern whirlwind, will moot in the finals of the challenge round of the Sea Bright lawn Tennis ft Cricket club here. The Californian won his way to the final round by defeating the clever Japanese southpaw Kumagae. Church won with ease from Davis. WEATHER FINE FOR DULUTH MEET DULUTH, Minn., Aug il—With the weatherman promising Ideal conditions for the opening of the forty fourth annual rowing regatta of the National Amateur association ’oday. it was estimated that 30,000 will see the racea. Rowing talent from every part of the country is entered. Races today are quarter-mile dash. Junior eight, intermediate single*. Junior doubles, senior four, associa tion singles, snd intermediate eight SnmebaSr k«4 (he wr*i| «l®pe whew he *nl*l the Brown* leekeS • panel*. Inn*! n Davenport a “nleep pmSaeer?” If Malty fall* ta releaae the lUdi from last place thn ( Inelnnatl di rector* mar nffer the Jok ta Haadtal. PAGE 9