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MONDAY, JULY ff, 1917.
Cobb Could Bea Happy Swatster If He Could Face Johnson All the -Time WALTER JOHN ON ha* rome to th* place where he nm»t con wider the probability that lie will not win gam.s this Me a won. Thin year the big fellow has pitched the worst tell of ho* major league r:ire»i with tti• ■ • xceptton <»f 1909, v hen he won 13 and lost 25 game If Walt, rs H v illahle no oftener hereafter than he ha* been during the lit t half of the • *•. on, he cannot In-e more than four games between now and lie fli •* of Oetober and have i 20-game year In other words, if lie i walloped ftemt than once ever> three weeks terra f1 sr, ho will I ths 111 (lingers and the gnats ‘ln John on even a :!>• game reason woulti be a disgrace \ •-••a - 'ii \\: 1 1 <v I' 1' \ i«■ **• t■ • for Itn a snmdfli. A season with less than JO triumpl fm him <!i ippointmen* | ii«• s*moke Hal. King Ir plumb up against it It i :,"W certain that In will have to regard the season of 1017 as In one bad « tmpaLn. H* must expect the experts to discover this fill Hi..' )> *■ imiu 1 I'- 1 L Him that th* •nd is near. No major league pitcher h; lo t tnori gant* * than Johnson this year. Walter's total it- seven wii; am! fen »1« f< it I t ome reason or other, he hasn’t been availabl* for r. guiai t much oftener than onm a week. He won’t be able to pitch ai min it' *• viar-ats he usually does. I‘erhaps he ma\ work mor* ‘ qu* nth rmw that w.inn weather Is here. Probably he will. Hut it will In me. arv for him tn turn in 18 victories In three morjths in order to mak* tl sen • u i mildly reminiscent of the Johnson who reigned •«» lon, • th* k.n. of Modern lah-ors The order Is too big to fill lb can’t win 2 Lain* tin >* ar H* II be staging a rousing comeback if he bo. - > the t< > t ;•* 1 I" ■ ■<’•»?* <*f conquest* TlPere’s No \lil>i IT HAS beep a notorious « n* • * •! • 1 *|. p* that ti . \\ a-hing ton club Always makes It hard for Johnson to win in other years Walter's comrades inarms have usually hem very feeble on Tally Trail when he needed a tally of so Frequ* r.t! ts.• ■ v I < faib«l altogether to **< ‘ore when ho xras on the -.lah Hi support alw *vt ha I*• n a league scandal The Kansan of lire ball fame h'- ! o m iibl the- year ll*' has pitched Just about as litfl* good t-ill a I r •«! indicates Twice Washington has Xieeded seven Pins to win when tin tat wa> pitching Iwl< e the Nationals have needed half a dozer run **> win ■n he was on the firing line. Five times thi» year 1 flv* run to win when he was in action One** th* \ n»* d* and * iglit rout. I rs M r. than half of the time Johnson has been pitching tl veai i‘ has he* nn* ceaaary for his club’s offense to perform at n* irlv thaihl* Us t no tl > -peed iit <»r<l*-r to bag the Tcrdlct Three of John«on’ .\*n v■' , t . were won on these stormy occasions Two of them v-dx.d H-’mit Another time St l/ouia was trimmed. oto t>. after .I«>t ■ <1 b* -n : t,<■ • .* *1 off the slab Another pitcher got cr* lit for th ■. im n \\ alt* r himself has been chiefly to blame for his misforMm* th.s .ar AH of which tai-cs * q*w *i n regarding Johnson’s future. It is easy to whee/e tha* this grand rigM ' ndr t :• ■mg th* end. Peraonally we don't believe it. for all th hurd* nos his :*.o vat It tnav he that Walter has come to the plr»- - wher* 1 ■ mu*-* < ■ -f. that his arm 1s not what It was once That ■ pot unlikely, hi.* th> lo*- 1 of a liM’e wont finish him' John *>n is ahr onv < \ p !(.• atn * • r workman on the slab He knows a lot about t| . virtu* of ,• » • i.* of pom If he loses some of hi* blinding speed ho w :1! fadju * I" *-lf ’■> tl • new situation, use more guile and less tuff. ••;<! roj.Mt.ue • h* wo-d. rful chucker Kvery ball plav-er mu*t have hi* ..ff on o and M,i h*p i• r to he Johnsons unfor tunate year. If arr h■ |v t- *••■ ’ i• u that th. Swede is thru, counter with the remark that th, wl t -' . v -a and about i ohb last fall. Incidental!', t'ohh w u’d » o tn k!*d int. *rri< s If he could hat against Johnson everv *l«v th - >• ar ‘I hatt*’**«l Walters shoot* fhi* season with mr.r*' U‘ c* ■ tl an 1 • ha * xp* * •n<■ *1 with the offerings of any other fllnger In th* bin* b -ok V r> ,**. * ..f so r. the Georgian has well nigh pulverised the Kan an 11* r* th* *1 «pe on .Cobb vs Johnson: IlNtr til H II IVt. ttif IK I I * C“0O June IK ... 1! 3 2 I .000 June It* •• I ** >1 •V KO Jnl * * * I *1 .7KO M 4 10 ,Tl* That Trick Play A FAN writes in to s-k f. r an • xplanaMon, of what Pnhb wns up to lU the first innr K of Friday' game, when he purposely dropped J’Sckson's short fly It w Ib* if-, .ailed that one man was out Weaver had walk*'*! I ddi* < < lin -Id singled, Weaver stopping at secontl Jackson uppercut a ‘ ig> *»n* which dropped a tittle wav back of second b*v r ( .bh I* * t* ; e bill full thru h:- I anils an<l then tossed the globule to Hush nt second lie- Whereupon Hilly Fvans shouted In a loud voice that the ‘hatter wu ou'" and i..trie*| \< rv concrrne*l and emphatic regarding the matter. N* Ither runn* r attenipt. and to advance. Tv’« scheme was to dr«*p the ball. Mm mak'ng Jackson a base runner on the error This ohje* t was to *<u p* I t'ollins to break for second and Weaver to dash toward third Ty expected Hu h to touch second and then to flip the ball to Vi*t v* o «a> to tou. h »hit<! befor* Wearer arrived and thus complete a v* rv nif'v double p!a\ jher*> i* no question hut that t ohb had the. Sox flatfooted Nothing thev could do would cheek the -daughter The ruling of Kvhns dealt en tirely with the manner In which « >lib hail handled the hall Ty had pur posely let th** hall did*- thru I. laid- Th** rule book Is not specific re garding such a play when math by an outfielder, but each major league has a special ruling In th<- National league, the play ran be made Just ns t’ohh attempt* *! if In the Am* ri* an I* igu- tb* outfielder cannot drop the hall In such » palpable fashion If he keeps his hands away, so that the hall hits the ground l>* f< r* M touches it. the foxv athlete can gather It in on the first h-.p a*, | th* n m ik*- the force play nil around the sacks without violating ir* of Han Johnson’s * diets The hatter, of course, would be safe on fit t, but th** other two runners would he out. Hecntise fobb touched the hall h*fo*,. I* hit the ground, Evans ruled that the strategy had not been prop, rh executed according ♦<* American league notions Th* situation 1 :■>■* r .t been >r »t*>d in the American league for a long tlm<>. and evid.n*lv T' t?..d p the wav he did in an effort to get Evan* to e tnblHh anew precedent. Off To The* War THE appointment of linen H* ,d* I •** m mage the Hittshtirgh Nationals recalls the * arl f. >« »t t»;* of / fellow when he stared on Stagg'a teams at the l aiv. • t of < hi* .go and his more recent football days when he turn* 1 it T.agiilfii er.f teams at the Untver tltr of Oregivn All of which fur'b*i t* tils ihat of the exceptional grid aquadron Pe/dek tutn* *l out I * t fall. « ■ • ry ’vatslty mnn Is In th«* govern ment service Only < n man i*"' in ’>* ti ' IF* b Quarterback Hunt ington. who has f**ur.*l hi plar** In M * -mhuiance field service With all of Oregon’s team enlFi'd, and dins Min • -of *'* gi*'at eleven enlisted, and all of < lorn ell’s l of football stars In the .rvn*. ti-. autumi • p<>’ i l*ving itself quite proud in the present emergency American liCaprue • T % Y l»l Mi 33 !, Pet V, I. *vf Chleagn 44 27 '■■4l it.dMil Mi ::h .v*«* Tbist- n 4*. T ' CleveM. 41 .17 V2* 1 l.n N York 3* 34 I 4 \t» I t** '* 15 l• Tndsr's (inmrt TVa ahlnptnn In Pet mu t (I games, Philadelphia In I'M*****. New York In Ht l.<>ui» Boston In Cleveland. Stimlsy’s llr*nlU Innings I J 1 * J * * * 1 1 HI. Athletics Chicago i M Batteries Brhsu»r and S*hani; ('i cntte m»*l frhalk Tnnlngs 1 33 4 5 « 7 « i R H E New York o ft ft ft ft 2 • • 5 Ht l.outs » 2 J « 1 « o 'I • S I*l ' Batteries M"«rl*li i Itii- *ll, M'*n roa and ,Mrian*|rr, Huger-. Plank and keverold. Inning* 1 3 1 4 * 7 ii It H K Poston .. I'IAA | A (In **- . o 4 •• Cleveland .0 ft », o 0 i, u 1 • I 7 ii Batl'rl*'* Leonard ml Agnew, Thomas; Baghy ati<l o N*• * I lalnriln,'* llr>nlt« Inning* 'l2 4 4 5 7 “ ' U II I Boston | M M I I Clmlanil .o 1 <i o i ii v t • ;i « 2 Batteries Ruth and Thou »- Co vtieskie anil O’ Noll, toning* m n r> ti n rt it e Athletics | noo<io| JO I7n Chlrnf *i ,~M I) It 0 ii 4 ! ii 2 7 1 list terle* Myers amt S ban*. Brott, I'snfurtli ami .«• hilk Inning* 1 f * 4 .% # 7 t :• It II K V'»rk » ft ft v o o n ft o t,*2 fit Louis Illfff.flCl I ft ft ReM*rlea 'Fh»« kv ami Nunarua fcsr. Sothoroa and Severctd. STANDINGS National ix*aprue *r t \ n t yrj tv i r t iv ivt V Y•• r k It •' 7 t’lnrln’tl *l3'> Ml • * :«i 2" '■•ft Hr . klvn 21 i* 4Ki !. *i I l * M Host* n 74 14 47 I . ii 4‘ 71 717 l> t«h gh 73 47 .3:3 TMtar'a (;nmr* I'hirasn In Brooklyn l'ltD'ntrgh In I’litlndelphla Ht I#**ut* in New York. 4*:n* Iftnati in Hi>*t>.n *Mndn>’a l.nmr* \> gam-s m heduled. ntWStt'a Rsmlli Innin-a I 2 7 j ■. ft 7 ‘ ft Tt II E ' 11 irgh 1 <• ft 1 > 2 ft ft ft «12 1 I’hlli '* l ftftftftftonift I*4 lliit. i ''* Miller, 1;»• ..be ami Alexander, Lavender, ii. hget and Killifi r Adam*. I tin in-.- * 1 2 3 4 .*• ft 7 i '• It II F fit ni;.. . .ft rt J 0 ft ft it n 2 4 7 I | Hr-, klvn it o it ii 2 ft 1 ft 2 5 ft 3 i itti tli'« Demaree, (Aldridge and 1 >ilhni»f. I \\ il ..n. Smith amt Miller. First game Cincinnati Iftftftftftftftl 2*l llnifi n I it it ft it ft it ft o I*l |t:«ff**rlf -e Hohnetder and Wlngo; Harm * and Trar,ressnr. Her .nil gnmo Cincinnati ft ft ft it ft ft n ft ft o*,t Huston .. ft ft •» ft 1 ft 3 rt • 3 7 1 Haltarlr*. Mitchell, Itlns and Wln r •. H halk. Rudolph arnt Tia«r*<anr HI I. ui* ft ft ft ft ft ft ft | 2 ft ft o—t 7 2 N York 2lftftft 00 0 0 ft 0 1—413 3 Batteries Meadows. Wat so a, ll'.i.iimnn, Dunk and Bnvd*r. Ander • on. H. nton, Tuarean snd Ttsrlden. Hemml grme St. I.o,its ft ft ft ft ft ft ft l ft —i 7 3 New York ft 2 0 ft 1 ft 1 0 • 4 * ft Hstteries- Peak. Hnratman. Mays %mi (ionaalea. Sc.huand Oibeom. A Sujrcrcslion for Golfers. I WAS AWAY OFF j - ' 'my stwoke Today— boge> i . ! xissszLi p.» r i «-!i: 2V f - A \ ninety-nve r V^Tl one dollar,' j Great for The disposition j a —\ /J<-F J ’ you are \ w ... —— ■ i— —. ■ 1 i •. /y <a / GENEROUS r ofr Jon£' i rz ) yj /\\ To A FAUtT U ' BIZNESS W A W -nr ' /- x lawful 1 ( pr / A 1 / L> y r v \ All 0€ GUYS : ( / \ i ( AWIBRINGIN’ V t T book Ex ' r I°BUT^TimSH£D | v XSCS V R > I AN EVEN ,\s* " r. T r,VE i went > —, , J I * ROuNn |N .* „ r D^ ARS j f r U CENTS j N r OR'YCENfS/ NEooie 1 | PATRtQ >C | —V J' y Tl ; SAVEOA. Ci ' soM£ HAvt L,r£ r" + ‘ v EVEN 4 bfen known' ; ’ A. di F \ . To wnc AfTtR M rf\> ( -Of PATRIOTS NOW I 4-P\\ I V -They USED To CALL'EM Duffers <VvO ... > -fl tri. Golfers! Here is a method of contributing to the R**d Gross Fund an*l yf*ur own pleasure at the same time. Place a penalty or rather a contribution to the Red Cross of 2 cents a stroke on week days, and one of 5 cents a stroke on Sundays and holidays. This Is an idea of a New Jersey golf club, and has b* «*n employed by them w;*h such great success that other rlubs are rapidly taking it up. and it is spreading like wildfire thruout the country. GOOD CARD AT DEXTER PARK Nomed Rare Takes Six Heats Before Teddy Bell Fan Win Decision The half mtlers had a merry time nt Dexter park Sunday afternoon Split heats were the order of the day and some of the rounds were thrillers. Cleo R. managed to cap ture the Belgian hpndlcap despite her 150-foot setback. It took Teddy Hell six heats to win the named :ace. Igo had an easier time in the 2:30 trot The gelding would have mnde it In rtra'ght heats, ex oept for the holdover heat from last week, which King Albert ha 1 won. Close to 2.000 fans were present. The summary: 2 3ft TROT--PrHSK SIOO Igo. h k (Armstrong).. .2111 King Albert, b. g illun yon; 1 4 4 3 Boh Shively, b g. (Ken nedy, 3 2 3 2 Bright Homes. hr. g (Oor ley ) . * 33 4 Ina May. rh. m. (Tyrnn) 4 * f> T> Yllle Gentry, hr m. Kxal -1 hy ) R dr Milton 14.. h. h. il^am port) 7 dr Ana Forbes, b. m (Tie ok - I er) dls I Time 2 3ft. 229 *». 279 S. I HF.I/JIAN HA.VTHrrtr IMTISK I2ftft Cleo B. oh m.. 150 ft (Sheridan) 1 3 1 1 King Mi Kerron. h. h., scratch (41, Van Vllet) 3 1 S S Donnie M , h nr. 9ft ft. 11*e Gentenaer) 2 3 2 2 A B E. hr h . scratch (Armstrong) ..... 4 4 4 4 Time -2 ID V». 271 l « 2 17\. 2 17‘«. NAMED RACE PERSE * 1 <X*. 1 oddv Bali, hr. g. (Minnie) 2*1121 Maywood, h. m <G Van Vllet, t 1 3 7 1 2 Ms.v Greenseal. b m. i Run t on) 1 1 3 5 3 ro Tan no Boy. ch. g (Trombley) ... 4 * 7 3 4 r* Keller Mai. b. g ( Allen) . . . * 4 4 3 ro 1 .Ittie Varna, br ni i tii.gan) 4 5 * ro Fred the First, h « (Ashley, , ... 5 * * 4 ro I Grace Allonwood, b i ni. (\V. Nan N’llet) .7 7 dr Time 7 29'«. 7 ?H*. 2 ri'*. 7 2 , 'S j 2 20*.. ? 71. SWIMMERS TO GO TWO MILES DUtancn Malnitnors will got o chanco to kick up some spray Sat unlay afternoon, whin the Detroit "V” will sponsor a twrvmlln hand I (»p rain off Bel In Die Tom t'lem ens, the “Y” coach, will he in chahgo. Thr v\lnner will go' n «1| ver ct,p. Fnertnts should apply to Clemens. No fee Is ask*‘d. Sox Lose Exhibition Game F'ORT SHERIDAN. 111., July 0 j t 1 ii* Just as well ihat the exhibition game played here Sunday morning doesn't count In the records The Athletics walloped the White Sox 5 to 1 Presidents Win The Presidents’ club waited until •the turf had dried out before taking Its turn si bat in the cricket match with the Vice Presidents Sun day, and won a 5>2 to 2* Victory. Many questions Involving newspa per policy In relation to the war are expected to he threshed ot|t In the annual convention of the Ns tlonal Editorial association, which is to begin Its sessions today at Minneapolis. DETROIT TIMES BIG WEEK FOR JOCKEY CLUB Greatest Race Meeting: In His tory of Canada Will St;irt Next Saturday The Windsor Jockey club Is p-e paring to stage the greatest running meeting ip the history of Canadian iracks. It will be the last meeting of this club before th** end *>f the war, and possibly th** last that ever will be run on this historic trac.k The super-meeting will begin next Saturday, and will las’ one week. It Is expected that close to 000 hordes will be available for the splendid program arrang'd by the o rials. Steeds by the hundred cam** In over the weekend, and hundred* more will be in during this week. The feature of next Saturday’s racing will b** the Hassle Frontier stake for a purse that 'vlll aggre gate Hose to fll.dnn. Th** pick of ihe thorobr*»ds now raHm <*n North American tracks are entered, and :he greatest race in th*' hi fory of Ihe game in Canada is expected- Among th** horse* expected to -t.ir* are Borrow, Liberty Loan. Rancher, King Gorin, Rickety, Omar Khay yam and a half-dozen other* of the same class. It Is announced that A R Dade BOX SCORE PETR, HT AM U II <> A E Bush, m '2 l 2 4 1 Vltt. 3b 7 ft ft 2 2 0 (V>M>. .f 4 1 7 (► U 0 Vea*'h. If 3 ft l u 0 o Hellmann. rt 4 1 ft 1 ft ft Hums. 1b 4 ft 1 14 .7 0 R. .Junes, 2b * 1 2 * ft Stan a g e, . 4 . , , ■> l lb-land, p ft " ft '> 1 ft CunnlngliHm, p .... ft ft ft 1 1 0 ,'• ivel*.skic. p '• ft ft V ft Mitchell, |> ft ft ft < ft ft •ll.trpc 1 . . 1 11 ft ft ♦ Spencer 1 •> ft ft P’rawford 1 t 1 ft 0 ll'yet 1 n ■■ 0 Totals 2.7 r. •< 7 7 ?ft 2 wTTn n'« i f.Tv NM n II A E .1 udre. tbs, 1 7 M 1 0 Shanks. 4 t 2 7 7 r> (' Mtlan, * f r. i 1 1 ft ft Rice of 4 7 1 ft ft Foster. 2b ♦ 1 2 .7 4 1 1..* (hard. .7b 4 ft * I 2 1 Menoskv, If .... «) 2 ft * *9 n II Milan If ft " •> ft ft ft Ainsmlth, c * 2 7 4 1 ft Johnson, p 4 ft 2 1 7 ft •Ghnrrlty 1 <• ft *» •> ft Totals 7S Jft 17 77 14 *2 •Batted f' • I ' ',l- ! Ml 11 ■ 1 *ttqM and fi«, ———nnm.i I. ,i lin ,<f H tßa 11 <*d f 1 r (’ovcl,*«kte In < .*ii t h IBatted f. r Mjtchell n tiintli TBaMed for M- n.isky In mitt Tnnings 1 2 3 I ' * 7 S ft Detroit | o ft ft il u ft 4 ft ' Washington u 2 :• i if. Ift I’iti hfng "urtimarx t>H , nml tt times nf bat off Boland in .7 nri ■ gs. 4 hit.* and '• times at *>nt (T ,vin nlngham m 2 intilngs, : hit* nmj 12 tim«-a at ),nt off Covelrakie n 3 in rinys i hit- and •! times nf *,t off M, 1 * hell m 1 inning T\» • * i** hits Xinsmith, R l..iie», ><|in «'r:i *a - ford Fust. • Struck m t H> Sim ningham 1 * Ninsniith). t*> t’nveles klc 1 (.I'lhtisun *; l*y Johnson 7 , Venrh Itur'i- \'. 11 i ,t M M«s ■ n t, its •XT Hide nd 3 (Foster, Mmnaky ItU'c i iff Cun tl in u ham 1 Menoskyf. •ff Mltctiell I (Shuriks • "i f>. tins. >t, " (Hush 2. Veach * Diu't.l* pla* s Burns tunas,tstedt Ninsn.i'h and I'natef; Fns'.-r and lodge l.nnnrd Foster and Judge Ftt-t base ..n er irirs T»etr*.‘t I Wfish'nct"ii 1 l.eft on liases Detroit , Washing' r, I, Hit b. Pitched tall By Cunningham iiNfenost-vi t,v Mitchell 'Johnson) Tim* t .'*4 I'mpir** Hildebrand and m Laughlin. Attendan :e—18.674. By Ripley. will be the starter thi* year Charles T Price wMll he presiding Judge As sistlng him will b* Fred Gerbardy. Francis Nelson will replnce J. A Murphy as a steward SCOT T TS AFTER JIMMIE CONLEY DALLAS. Tex.. July 9.—Major leagn.e scouta are flocking Into th*- Texas league to look over Jimmie Conley, who pitches for the Dallas club Conley started the season by heating the White Sox ar.d Giants here in exnibltton games. He won his nineteenth straight victory In the Texas league Sunday, tying th*' world mnjor league records Texas folks expect this fellow to hum up the major leagues next year, and »pveral teams are anxious to tr> hi mom. Wneonlr 114-»nt<«. F’riendshlp IS. T’nlen 8 Ashlar 3. sti**n ? City of Strait** IN Kilwinning 1 I). 11. \. R«-«ulta. Mnxvx-elts I, t’pprr fjratlnt* 0. Stroh* 3, larks >n Sports 0 River Rouge .1, Rlsdons ? Cmp!r■ laundry ®. We* Knda 5. Imperial* 11. )*r*'her ,\r Toll a, Wmt Side Victor* *. St Gmls 1 AMI SI:MK>T* CONTINUOUS 1:00 to 11:00 Tom Edwards & Cos. \ r. vntn nip is r barr en s “« » IWM M„hl«. SSo-Wk-T.*,, sth *.r, \ h \\ i.r.K TIIK BONSTEI.LE CO. In \.ff Wits.'M I'ihM's ilmmnl rut of Jl.irr\ l.run V.'-ln.m* «in- JiVr, BUNKER BEAh Sun., Jtilv '*i S'tme Woman's \* Itrllof NV\i \V <X'V. -T* v «> '■ ••• iiut-wimM Ii I ickford PM TILE AMERICAN' gnd the I »unl % <!•!«'«l l>ii(nrf». 111. HI I I vr!! nu,M ’ %n«l Mllirr \<l<leil I a-iitlirr*. Mollie King Blind Man's luck or hisßedemptif I!arold Jarvis^sjs,mV.J- DETROIT Opera Housi 20,000Leaguef Under the Sea t ontlriunu* from la \«nn IT. nnil '.*.*• GRANVILLE ■JJ llu* h llrrlirrt A i mi tiara Moo l“I n i .1 1 I’kinra A l , l«*hst llooirrr A I H Hirhnr) | llrniii A H imiUi UII A Ijranni > rl.lr Trloi 'lii“n- IwiJi oal’opr. [MjLESj * ill mi or A luudev'le I i’ll, 7 A Oils i ii ii m i M r%n n • t—mmii ii uiKir %i i«» —7 MM«. IHr-VOi'. Mgtit* I.V-Jflr-lIV rinn iap r"< ■ v, *< > UnUILLnV/ °<||Ml Hole I I adlllar THE LONDON GAIETY GIRLS Kelt IVffk—"Tlr Vanity Girin” Tuesday Night May h ind Our Tige Roosting in Third Place Double Win Today Is Needed For Such a Program Th*> New Yankee,* are in great danger of sliding into th** second division today Should they lose an other git in t* to tli* Brown.', mul should th«) Tigers win both of the tilt- with \\ ashingtoh this alter noon, i < troit would ue back in th*' hist division and the hapless I)ono vanites- who have dropped 10 **f their last 1 1 gain*-*- would be back among the discards it is not alto g'ther impossible that tin* Tigers a*ill b* in third place by Tuesday night. Boston is v* r> likely to turn on. the Indians and wm th*- remain ing games of th** ? *Ti**f at Washing ton. thu- earning an even break Should all this happen and should llie Tigers refuse to yield to tn*' National* again, the thing would be done Tige would he in third place. Third place doe.-n't menu much more than fifth just now, because Boston and <’hi* ago have -uch a long had, but the higher berth looks much hetier in print, a*d Detroit would rather *■« th** Tigers there than their Cleveland rivals. Hughey I* nnings has been threat ening for a week to start Carroll Jones m a gam* r\ • is likely to do it today. Khinko or James is ex pected to hurl the other contests. Sou’hpnw Harper should b* one of the Qrifißh’s choices. 11** b* i>iii th** game Saturday, but was rained out befor** he could get enough work to hurt him Dumont probably will be the second Washington rhoi<v Thor*- was nothing but Washing ton to Sunday's game. The 19,b0b fans who turned out got a miserable eyeful. Itolund was wild and his support was so horrible that he never had a chance to pull himself together in time to save the day. Bad fielding, bases on hall* and some timely hits made it evident that Johnson was going to win his game, and Jrnnings wisely Jerked Boland and began to experiment with some second tring p. rformers Bernl** will be availabl** Tuesday if Hughey wants to use him. Cunning ham, Coveleskle and Mitchell all got a chance. They had nothing and ! what happened to them was plenty’. Washington scored 10 runs and made 17 hit* No more than two runs came In any single inning Ihe performance was a steady bombard ment. The Detroit support was near ly u* bad a* th*' pitching. The Tigers w * re the first to score. Bush stnrted the game with his usual hit, which wa« n single past third this time Vitt sacrificed and Cohb singled past short, sooriflg Dnnle. Johnson was a* great as he GRIFF USES PINCH HITTER FOR PLAYER WITH PERFECT RECORD Clark Griffith staged one for the book Sunday. He used a pinch hitter for a batsman who had had a perfect day at bat In four trips to th** plate. Menosky, Washington’s t**"* outfielder, hud drawn two walks, made a s:ic’J fire, had beer, hit by a pitched hall In his four appearances He had scared two runs and stolen two bases. In the ninth Griffith withdrew this fellow and sent Gharrlty to bat. Two men were on bases at the time and nobody was out. Evidently Griffith wanted the rookie catcher to get a clean-up Mow that would incr*'ase the scoring and .it the same time give th** young fellow confidence Gharrlty forced I Leonard at sec ond. and Horace Milan forced him. I Mnf o.lft-215c. M’ta IR-2.*-,V»e Amateur DIVING Contest 0 LISEU 11/l of 25 Amusements *** ll'inril \\ nlk. .loti l-’nr Inn • " in.l* r rov**r i mm- tkki:t .nuns to tu. Amusem •*! f* f * ft#*- «»|»en nrri nit: lit A A ff,’ n >„ WAJEsire Unlit k'. 7 mill » p.in. tints. Ith- nnil IV. Ann Higoi •r prlree: lltrt. 'nn. A ti-ni., » Milo ll.urt **%rv. YCEUM -Last Week \MH MIMUIM. i onllnnoiiH, | | n. in. lo I I |t. m. 'irhtn '.7. A .Vir, iln< t until it p in. 27. r Heroic France The W onilrrtul tt nr IMeturee s llrrlt, Two-Ilnur 'Now, iimlrr uunplrr* Hitl tllthlmin Infantrv. A VENUE ,M,O VV,« The Midnight Belles Burlesquers “IN GAY PAREE M tt rrtlllnK I'UMflni 1 lit hi. smoke If ton I ike. 3 AS E« HELD Uouhlrheader Monday l_ Detroit vs. ■ Washington First Game Called 1:45 p. m. ' Eastern Standard Time Reserved and Bov Seats at Soper’s Cigar Store, new Dime Savings Bank Bldg rrtnfln*-- lllr plain nent kind—that la rich!—Time a Job Dept.— Main 4%W>. ami sr.Mr.vr* High Class Pictures and Vaudeville 00R0THY DALTON I li*- Klittii*- of the X iiknn PITCHES NOHIT GAME AND FANS 18 MEN The usual no-hit game was turn'd in by the amateurs Sun day. This time Schmidt, who hurls in behalf of the Imperials, was the hero. The Dreher & Foil team was his victim. Schmidt la med three walks, but never let th* stroll*.rs stray far around the ha ses. Incidentally, this fellow scored Ls strikeouts, which is something of a record. ever was until the sixth. By that time h<- had good lead and didn’t need to worry Only a wond/rful !»i! of luck kept the plale untrod l/i the halt dozen frame. Bush led off with a walk -Vitt got hold of one on the nose and drove it on the line toward right. No lustier hit hall was etouted all day. Second Baseman Foster leaped and speared raP| an: mm Shall I take a vacation this .$ summer? Where shall I go? |j By all means take a vacation so that you may be physically and mentally fit to meet the require ments of these exacting times, And this year let your destin ation be to cool, inspiring m Colorado # The journey is delightful from K the moment you start on one of the three splendidly equipped trains that leave Chicago at con? venient hours via the Chicago, B Milwaukee & StPaul Union Pacific Line Lei ui plan your entire trip and arrange all detail* — odd met 11. W. Steinhoff, Dist. Pass. 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Walter decid ed that It w*« time to tighten, but wheu ne tried to return to hla for mer effectiveness, he found that ha couldn’t. Vcach walked. Heilraa& forced Veruh, but Hush scored with the second run of the Inning. Ft>a- 1 ter attempted a double play and threw past Judge. Heilman tdffk second and Cobh came home. Buraa singled and Heilman brought in tha. fourth tallv of the round. At thla. time, Detroit needed only three runa to the count, but Jones died for th* 'bird cut Mitchell gave the enetaiy two more runs, and no Tiger but Stanage could get on In the ninth. Bathers Beat Mt. decent MT. CLEMENS, Mich., July 9. Tout Stephens’ Bathers got soma good pitching fro Htnlgley Sunday afternoon and beat the Lansin; Reos by a count of 4 to 3. 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