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THURSDAY. JV L Y 19, 1917.
Yankees and Tigers Forget Pennant in Scrap for First Division Berth TIIK TIMK ha- come whrn Tiger fans should begin to get enthusiastir about a battle for th<> first division berth The pennant Itself In not altogether out of tearh A spectacular drive, coupl* and with sumo lurk, ian snag the flag u i lint with the sea-on more than lull gone god th« rict .1 it i>. th# Tiger* wiM b*.wlM io plae# »o»« UN portanrc upon driving bat k some rivals that they tnav safely entrench themselves in the tlr-t division. Since Tig* flawed Ida way thru the east last month in the finest winning streak of tin- seaaon, ho ha* plavod 29 games In the weal I>f these hr has won !.'• nnd lost 14 ll** has krpt moroly In the race for a first division borth and nothing nioro Inasmuch as most of this 50 .*>o battling has born .on Ho 1 hontr grounds, them 1* little reason to enthuse over It in connection with the pennant outlook. The Jungalo* rs have an excellent chance to do some of ihts first division wrangling toda>. The) will begin the last series of th** borne stand this afternoon New York will provide the opposition Them* clubs Hie \ irtuhllv tied If Is a definite fact that the team which w ins the series will go east In fourth place. That Is the stake for which the Yankees and Tigers will wrangle If the Red Sox and White Sox split sun in th.elr War of the Hoses at Chicago, and if Philadelphia should smear the Indians, all well and gis*d Then the clnh which captures this series could once more count Itself in the pennant rare Rut fourth place is the all tm portant Issue right now, and It is plenty to make the series well worth while. The Yankees are another of these tribes with which the. Tigers are tied on the basts of inter club play. Each club has won 'our games De frott and Cleveland have split 14 g.itne>- Detroit and l'hilad* l>hla have split ten tilts Detroit and Washington each have won half a dozen brawls from the othef St. Louis Is tl-e only lentil the Nh unite* have smeared righ* lustily The count in this connection is ten and four Ibis is offset h* the fact that the White Sox have snared in of I.'. decision* from the men of Jennings The only genuine hit of glorv available for our Tigers tins -*>a«on i the fart that they have won ix of eleven games with the world champion Red Soi It will be Just as well if none of these fracases at Navin field this week goes info overtime These Yankees -t* continuing to lend thejvorld in copping extra Inning arguments They caught the Indians in a . . tb* Wednesday afternoon, and h\ the time the tenth was over, the count was h dozen to seven, and in New York’s favoi Donovan r gang hns been In 14 overtime contests this season, and has lost only two. Ilia* s near!' a record. The Story of th<* Traps TRAPSHOOTING Is n much Older sport than the casual fan might he Inclined to think It dates bark a century and a quarter, and claims England for n hirthplac* It seems that the 'Portsmen of rh< e d*vs frequently found It advDabb to practice for Hu b hunt ing excursions, and some bright mind devised ,1 »* ; eni** tty wiii<n birds could he liberated as targets In place* more convenient than the hunting \ f>M A devotee of the traps tells all ab"U' i' As far hack a- 1793 the Sporting magazine, of London England, mentioned pigeon-shooting, which was the forerunner of modern 'r.ip shooting, and it was m England tba* trapshooting tiro became a recog nlzed sport However, considerahb difference exist' between the sport In Its infan* stages «nd the present Englishmen wanted to get In form for a contest with the team from arms- tb* channel, so they started trapshooting At that time ine birds were used the blue rock pigeon and rot our ri.e? silt arid tar 'pigeon ldkew.se the trap of th, .• da'* was quite dlffereni from the on*- Henderson. Her man, ' lark. Newcomb and others are in the habit of facing P con slsted of a box of Sxl2 inches, sunk level with fh»* ground, having a slidtng lid, which w,»s pulled off the box bv no in ■ of a string tunning hark of th* trapper. Os course the pernw igeed gentlemen of »h«t early dav with their flintlocks couldn’t do much wi’h out humding ers,” bn' nevertheless wr have them to thank tot actually starting this great sport. The first attempt at trapshooting in this coun’rv took place in Cincinnati in I*3l Wild pigeons’served as target- until th* ?0 and 95 per cent cla-s became «o large thrv were forced to 'iihsfitut*- quail. You gun bug- of today, think of shooting at quail with a muzzle loader ! It Is impossible to determine Just when inanimate target- came Into use The earliest account on record i- that of -hooting at glass halls down at Boston in lSk6 The trap used wat an Imported affair from England and far from satisfactory, so an Ymerican got busv and made a trap that would send these gla-s orb- thru space In a more Yank* ellk** manner Thereafter, for 2<» 'ear the g].». - Industry was overw helmed and barefoot Johnny steered cb nr of trapshooting grounds Improvements of hall- and trap- w re produced in consider able number- until I*Bo, when It came du»* for '’lnclnnatl to again f.gure In the formative -tag* 1 - of “The Sport Alhiiing this time to serve n- the home of George Ltgowsky, who invented r*‘Hl clay pigeons and a trap to -pring them, of which our modern ''saucer.-” and traps are Im* al defendants. DETROIT MOPS OP AT REGATTA Swimmers and Sailors Run Away With Inter-Lake ( ompetition PCTINBW n July 19 D* trolD-r- w*>r" prfpar* ■! thi* iiinrn Ini; to cnntinu* th» i; inniiucM nt the Inter I.ik* Dgatl.i h*r»> They cleaned up v»*>.fwrriay iti both mi minr and .-.tiling *v» nm and in nil r*t»ppct> linv*' proven th** rlns- of th»* sat* r toiirn* > six Detroit craft son nine of It event* here Wcdn** ilay, and the Detroit V. M C. A. ► wlmniing team son every point Ihey competed tor, except a *econd place In the 1,*'.00-ynrd swim, which went to a Cleveland entry Diabolo, of the Country club, wa* skippered by Hock to victory In the 21 foot cl,to*. Armstrong'* flieslnk VI son the modern cruiser event Freer “albd the Befhlea to victo'v In the nine-mile sail for va wls Lynch son a couple of events with his dory No Hianlov Kramer ran all the club owned cat boats off the lake when lie rut liaise with his Detroit C enirx an*l wpen the privately-owned cat tionfs were call ed to the line "Dor" \l\"irh ap peareii with Kittv Kat, hi* 'I aft cup. winner lie was unbeaten during the day Details of that -winuning victory are as follows :.n yards, fr<-*- style Hut ti Hran dau first. D'lnaM Nixon, sr.nnd K«1 Ms r 1 1 11 OvrUnil V M •' \ ttunl Time 27 1 » 2no \nr*ls breast *tr*>k' I* !.***- tierg, first I. ,fscohs*<n ser«in»l. .Mai* shall, th'i'l Time 1 '** 1- 220 v ar'ts, free •r \ Ie lotin (' Metr* I ger, first Butili Hiandau. e»-e<'n*t. Time, 2 '4 4 '• sft yards hsi k sft"ke M R ran dull, . Sr«t, t*onald Nixon. «en>nd. Time, :2l PI iip a **, for ilisfan*e Torn first Pchwsdf, serond Instance AS feet lift yards, rets v t* Nixon and Rrandau. first: ta*-obson and Briggs. , second. Tim*. I.AOrt vards m ullfied marathon •fohn C Metxger. first Kd Rartill, j r'leveland Y. M A eeron*l M llrandau third Time. 25 ft.s l X I.Aftfl vaids, for women Mrs Wil liam Runnsey. first Mrs Strwart, second Time. 1( M. —♦ Saier Sold to Pirate* CHICAGO, July 19 -»Vic Baler, former Cub first sacker, l« todav a riiate. rirclnnatl waived all claim on him last night, leaving Pittsburgh ns the only club, desiring hi* ser vice* Saier suffered a brdken leg early In the aeaaon and was given nn unconditional release with a full gsaaon * pay. * C.D.C. SPRUCES UP FOR RACES Blur Ribbon Fans Will Find Stands and Grounds Mighty Nifty J* alote of tti»* preMig*- if enjoys 1 h** I l imit Driving club plans to make the annti.il Itltje Ribbon grand <in uit ni<* ting at the state fair, grounds next week quite Ihe most 1 I f.sSI'H for >• hirh the organization has b»**n re spun*- lb!*- 'i be grand -’and is being aftrac lively decorated, ’her*' will be a |»ro ius ion or th* national colors, even the p«.lrs whiib mark th«■ quarters ami eigh'ho on *hc track being done over in md. white and blue Flower gardens now an in full bloom and the *«*tting for the sppearance of the fastest trotters and pacers in the world promise to more than live up to the traditions of the organua tton That the sport of the sulky is gain | mg in prominence is shown bv the reservation of box * s for the week, which Is quit* he largest in the j history of tl e fair ground* Inquiries whicn have come, in from prominent | busines men of the sta’e Indicate that tfiete will be an unusual quin- j ber of visitors The racing outlook fa all ihat \ could it*> de*irea and then some as the expression goes. Not only whs 'the original entry to the stakes an 1 Increase but the percentage of horses which have been kept good i' ‘ndlrative of larg* r fields than in recent years The entry in the |gte closing purse events Is quite the blggof t of ail times, IST in 10 races, making Ihe total 275 for the 16 1 events (Hie of the features this year will he the contests between the grand ' circuit stables and those from the half mde tracks, where such wonder- ! ful toeing has_iipen going on since the first week In June That"theae half milers are not to he despised was shown by the opening of the ' Cleveland meeting, when ’hex won . •'ll three events In which they met j the ♦•lect. It Is the opinion of horsemen gen- i orally that the M A M and Board of Commerce stakes will prove the 1 best and fastest contests since their Inauguration In addition so the ex cellent racing card there will be daily concerts by Neddermyer's band. » •lure (be o|>f nln* of (be •Mtitn Tat Moron. Ktfrile btoek. Hohbj Itrrne nnH IXillr florna, <»f (He I’blla. boxe been taM (bey were (be fntbero nf new on 4 bn*br fwtnre gnatlme ru. rbIUSr Ipbl ■ | a eerfalnlr «a« oolabborboeg. M. & M. Dope Is Shot Into Shreds By Ridgemark’s Win Rank Outsider Whips Class of Big: Race <' LBVI*I»A ND, July 19 All the folks who thought they' had some dope on the M & M trotting classic at Ik trolt next week are running in i ircles now The Ohio stake raced here yesterday Is to blame This stak< ts supposed to be a pre llminary for the M A M It wns won by Rldgematk. a rank outsider that sold with the field The auc Ilona ran something like this Lu cille Spier 1300, WilkcH Brewer fIM L. J SIOO, Finny Lassie S4O, and the field Lucille Spier never figured a* all, alfho she is supposed to he the fast eat thing eligible for the big Makes this year Wilkes Rrewer won the flrsi heat and then galloped all over the track M U J won one heat and then hung around the fringes Kldgemark waited until the going was good and then cleaned up All the boy' are yelling fluke, but Rldgenaark is entered in the M A- M . and dopesters are a bit stam peded The inevitable half mller trounced the “big guns yesterday Mack Eorhes, fresh from the twice around*, won the 212 trot in straight heats. All bets were t ailed off on the 2 Os) pace when Walter Cot ha*o won and better horses didn’t race to form Some suspen -ion- have been threatened. The Wednesday summary Ohio vtnhr. liOs Trot, M.OOO h-tii-mork. I*. g by Wllask * Trumor i 4 4 11 M L i I k i*> Red Will I t.fi'C.Hi >1 t 3 15 2 Brewer, ch. ni bv S'utw’md Wilke* i.lamie *■ ri» 1 * tt 3 s ** • i string. t> m cVulrn t ne> ... 1 2 4rn Hi v - Lassie, tir. m iCo«i 7 2 Zr<> Lu* 111" Splei t> m (Murphy, •' 3ro *t >r,r*« <1 * * Range. h h, | STANDINGS | NATIONAL LEAGUE. vnv niMi \V. I. l*ci W. L Ret hirsg 5.’ II ’U 1 Detroit 49 41 .J 412 M« •n 1 22 414 a Ith'nn 3.3 4» 402 t’ieveld. 4 7 41 631 Athl’ttcs 314 1* ?*7 N I"rk 42 '3 513 St Luis 33 53.3 44 Today's «. nines New York <n Detroit. Boston in • 'til* age v f’t lgUetrbis in < lrveland Washington in St fx>uis XX rdneadn«’* Results Fir«t rsirie Innings l 2 ! ♦ 6 4 7 8 9 R H E A «*hlni n oogflonMO-l' .3 2 < hlcsgo * * o 1021 a • t 4 0 Batteries Harper. Shaw-and Henry. Alnsinith. I ten* and Sc ha Ik “f'iin‘l gimn tnnirr- t 2 3 i 5 6 7 * •* It ft K Washing n 1} a ft tv l a 0 t 2 4 11 ■ hicngo , ri t> o o i o ; • 7 «* l HsMertm rialltn, Ayers. Shaw and \ nsmith; I'anforth, Russell and SHia! k Inn t g t 22 4 5 4 7*'' BHK Best n and l 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 1 * 0 < t Louis o t o <i n ott a ft a t 2 R»11 e11«> -. Mays vnd Agnew Kort, Ropers arid Sever old Inn!tig-* 1 2344478915 t ft M E Ve w York 3000 03 1 ft .4 1 1 7 7 t ’lev**land 220 *• 1 1 2ft 0 fi 711 4 I4«tterle« <‘a Id we 11. Fisher snd S innmakei. M rtnn. Coveleakie and Billings AMERK AN LEAGUE. st xxnixu vv 1. Pet W TANARUS, r<-» V York 50 'JS f*f*b 1 'hicagn. 4141 501 p ,lin-« 41 "1 N*» 4 Br oklv n 1* .v» 411 -f f/u ■ 44 11 11 It .stnn 11 •' 421 ‘incln tl 47 42,622 P tab gh 2S .*>4 135 Ttilni'ii flumes Pittsburgh in Boston • 'h'cago in N**w York • *ln*-innat. in Philadelphia Si I.ollls in Brooklyn VV eitnes4lo>*« Keovlts First game - Inning * 1 2 3 4 5 « T • V nil Pi P’ti burg , 011112151 XU 1 Hosfon 11 001 (till XlO ( Batteries Mdler Fteele nn*l l-'isrh er Tvl>r, Barnes, Hagan and Tra g rr see r. Second game Innings 12V46X7X!> 13 M F Pittsburgh 011011111 11? 2 Beaten onnoojoio 2*2 Ratterl'-s Uteele, f'arlaen and Ftsfher Bnfiolph and Tragress»r Inning- !23(6«7*« PHF < 'hlra go .110100011: S .1 New Yor. 1 1 •• ” 1 1 1 1 • 4 K i Batteries Douglas, Prendergast nml Wilson Perrltt anfi Bariden Innlng-i I ] 1 U ( ‘ I t HMF Cincinnati 10ft#0#flXi 111 1 Ph I ladel oioi00?o» 1« 3 Batteries Tonev and Clarke Ma vei and Kllllfer. Innings i:X4RX?X9 RHF, Ht f.t.nls 100100001 I*s 1 Brooklyn 1 1 6 0 0 0 0 1 • 5 7 1 Batteries Ames. Mav. Hnrstman. Watson ar. l .Snyder, Chepev and Mil. GOOD TRACK AT WINDSOR TODAY Windsor Jockey chib officials an nounced this morning that the track would be "good” this afternoon for the first time since the opening dny <»f the meeting When a track la I (alleiT "good.” it is supposed to he half wav between fast and heavy. The featute of Thursday's raring at Windsor will be the iTovmcial selling *take for Canadian hreds Added to the purse is s2.ohh Among the starters will he Rddle C.lassco’s | Hex Gaiety, which cashed soma blua | chips early in the week While several fair prices were paid, nnlv a pair of long shots nt aernsx in the mud Wednesday One was I’hil T’nger. that won the fea ture D A C purse Phil paid 11 to 1 to win luquleta did even better w-hen winning the sixth race The price on this bird was Ifi to 1. The bangtails will rare at the Jockey club track until Saturday, and oh Tuesday will open up at Kenilworth Thia meeting at Kenil worth will he the laat In Canada un ♦II after tha war. Xccund tlienuin C«Anrr, nf the Omahft team, male (be fir«l triple Plat Hnaaalateg ever reeerfleg In Ibr VAealrm leagxie, ta a rerrnl gaaie egalatt Dearer. DETROIT TIMES itiravi-S) * • ,r " Tim. j *'«',. 2 (ft 2 <•* V* >" f'aata a,, r-e pntakr, 3-1 r»r-OM I rot, |’;,.VHI tl lrnt Itlv Islam Kelly DeKoreat, I* <• by The I*« fnre-t i Murpli)’ t Marx*e.«t ilale. br f by The Harvester M'oxt 2 13 W*>ith> Voln, i'll < i McDonald) 9 I r E troloradn, t> « (Graves > . 6J J \A in' ina, cli. f (H. I leinlngt. 4 5 •> Tune 2.1". 2 H»*«. 3 13'^. Forest « I«g Xorrp.lHkr, esr-ttld I'rwt, t **er«nd Division I Ruth Malnnheet, l». f l*v Main sii* et i Murphy t .... 1 1 Mias D-w e \ vA'att.-. I*, f. .McDon ald ) 2 2 l.ouisa Fletcher, I>. f t Thomas > 3 4 Kimio, h , (Stokes). 5 3 • *omsl>, l f (i|yd,- 4 f» Betei /.asa. b. < i 4'a lent Ine). .. . da \4tli Album b « iAlhi n) ... d* Holly Rt>o*l Bob b c. d't.dge)., da Time z 17',, 14 \ 2i12 Pace, gi.inst Edward I’, i. I. , by Tiie North ern Man ' Ruv ) ... 1 1 2 Peter <l. I. h ti) Tiie \4olver- I() e iKn no j .... 631 Battle King, b li (\ Fleming t 2 2 6 Tramp A Bit. br g. t Jamison) 4 '* 3 Joseph J , ch g t\ a lent ine» 3 4 8 Direct Hell, bik li 11 ledrh’k ). 4 4 4 M'ltte Hale. Ii g * .Murphy t. . 4 7 4 'fiie (‘liristlan. i*r h owm* 1 ) ) ? 8 7 Samuel, n. g illarri'i .... 7 it it Time 04’, 2 "7'k. ’ f>7 Vj. 2:<*.*. Pace, gl.ano \4’a!ter Ci*ch*to, blk h by Co chato t Flnyd i .311 Jones (ientry, b g by L>hn R * Sent r> <Lv man < .12 3 Roll* en t*r m t Frost t .232 Ka’e McKinney, br in 'Mal low » ... .... 4 4 I Hen Todd. b. h. tLcnatd) ... 5 6 6 Time J l 1, 2 oft 3112 Trot. *I.OOO Mark Forbes, blk g to .Mal ' olm Forbe- M'-I tevltt • ... 1 1 1 Dr. Long. o. g Murplivt... 2 3 & Chlleoot. ch h. i ll.tv t .326 tmvvard Allerton. b. b. i Ed rnan) .... ....'* 6 2 Ha'*e 111. h h <\V hll ei. . .10 9 3 Tommy. I "bt b g ( Lmlrnn i » 4 i Irs <’ . b u ( \’a ten t; ne i ... t t 6 7 Donates- Mobrl. h n .t'o\> . fi 7 :• 4fayt*r T'>d*t. tv (. tTallman) 7tl t" Jack M*>i nev t> g ' Met u.nabD xh- Holly ro**d Kate. r<*. tn. < ftodg* ) 91011 1,1 */."■ 4V<>rth'.. I m i>! dney) and« Tme 2 .'4 i,. ."• 4. . OB t 4 INDUSTRIALS HAVE GOOD CARD FOR SATURDAY Nine game- ate on th** card of i he City Industrial for Saturday which will mark the second last round of the preliminary schedule. Pive parks will be used. There will he tinule games >,t Solvav and Pa* k ard parks, double head* rs at Mack and Goldberg field.- with three book ings at Northwestern \yhile no change in the sectional leaders is probable, several teams lower in the standing can b**fter then positions by winning and the various parks will net wan’ for cr/ipetltlon Sat urday’s schedule ft «*d Di v I -ion Kelsey \4 ncel vs Wilson Body, at 1 Northwestern, Nt I 15 o'clock Em pire. Htntk. scorer. II lloel-'her Northvv»y v* I’ackard. at Packard park. 3 3<* o'r|o k t’nipire, S.arvl .-cerer. lif t <■% Saxon vs Sc tva v, at So 1v s \ park. .3 o'clock Umpire, Breokels, s*"r"r. Me \\ llllams XX hlfe Division hMefJer v.< f.arned-i'arter **t Nort ii w catern. S' .2 1 4‘> " clo. k t'mpire, Rr '" M'l'i* J ll' el-. |.«* Aluminum I'aatiDgs vs. Pa- - <•* tioldbe rw flelrl. 1 4 4 o'clock I'"' ire, Orogan scorer Dlebbotl Kus-el| Mill r Avle v« D*-tt t Pressed Steel, at .\t a■ a pm k t o'clivck Umpire, ("Mara. S'-orer, Jones. Illiie Dtv l-lnn Jeffery - Dew 111 vs t|rtnni«r. at North western. No 2 3 4.‘> o'< |. l l’mpire, De|>, score!, I! H'vel *<'die; Mlcblgnn Electric Weldm* vs Strellnger. at Mack park. 1 4. r > <'i i k Umpire, t I'Mnrtr sr-orer Jones Detroit Screw Works vs D*tr it St* el Products, at rjoldberg field " • o'clfick Umpire, (iroKan. sorer. T*». bboß V Ric/ing On Gir Masters of Transportation TN the hands of A Orville and Wilbur the experimental *>l»der' develop ed into the is rat auccesslul flying machine. On the 9th of Sept., 1108, st Fort Myer, Virginia, U 3. A., Orville Writhe made therecotxl- flight of 45 miles in 1 hour and 14H aainutas. FIRESTONE TIRE AND RUBBER COMPANY C nISS W*• < nr f nnfielft A XX **««(*• arfi. Detroit, M leb Home IlfXCf hoH 4'nctnri i Akron. Ohio Hra nebe» and dealer* Kx erj e» he re '' BOX SCORE First t.ame I»KTK< «1T AH It It <* A I’. f’4*• h. -s 3 1 1 2 .2 0 4’Ht. 3 b 2 1 1 2 1 ft f..41 t 4 « ft 5 • > **"it. It 3 " I 2 it tl ll* In.ui n. 4 l i • | <i Harp* r. r f .. . . I ft 1 2 ft 1 Young 2b 3 <i it ) :t o Ffiinsg*. c l 0 1 4 ft ft B in t |i 3 o «( i t n Totals 29 t 7 27 1 2 l I’M I LA DLLPM ! A ” AH H H *» A E laml* son, r. f .4 o t j o ft r triir,k, c. f. ..... 3 ft o 0 ft ft H*'*l' e 1 f 4 ft J 2 ft 0 Hates, 31, 3 o ft j j o Me I unit, lb 2 I ft li u 0 B* 4, ft tig, . . . 3 <1 1 i 4 I Dugan, s s ....... 4 ft 0 1 2 ft Grover, 2b 3 ft ft I 6 0 Si old, p 3 » i ft i r, * T I'll* 3 1 1 6 24 1 4 1 •Mntt-d for Selbold In t tnth Iru.uiga 1 2 3 4 f>67*§ Detroit 2 " ft ft ft ft 0 2 * —4 Philadelphia ....ft ft ft 00 0 ft ft 1 I ' *h I bases---Detroit 8, Philadelphia 6 Sacrifice hits Vttt. Harper, Dro ver Stolen hu-es Hush 2. Vttt Two. l'H-> Mr- Hortle. t’obb Strur-k *vut It-. H*lar.d 3 ((trover. Sell,old. In i' hi b; Selbold 3 (Iloland. Har per S*an;,gei Bases on t.-tlls * *(Y I in.t 4 i Hates Mrlnm- 2. Strunk); Si 'l.i ld 4 i Hush, X ea* ii. Young, f' sn.l Vttt). First r.ase on error t h a lelphla t. Left on bases De ft 'it * Philadelphia *i "ibi pitches -< ■•M 2 , ILt bv pitched ball By tb nnd , iSchsng). Time 1 44. I r , res N'allin, <*v\ens and M<•* 'or n.K-k. second finme I>L I’KOIT ah h i! o a i: rt ush, « s. 6 ft ft 3 2 ft \ tt. : . . . 4 110 2 0 fold, r f 6 ft 1 3 0 ft Vea.l If 4 0 2 ft ft ft 11»11 rt in. 1b 3)01300 Harper f 3 ft 2 1 ft 0 Young, "h 3 0 0 2 2 1 -»a t. ag e r .... 4 ft ft 6 1 ft lam* -. p ft ii '* 0 3 '• ■ rtg 1 arri, ;«. . . * 0 0 0 ft ft \L t<l« ii. p ... ft •) 0 0 3 ft •' 'raw ford 1 U ft ft ft ft .i Oft e n. Jones ft i ft ft ft ft T■ tfiis .. 33 3 fi 27 13 1 PHILADELPHIA AH R H <• A E I arc es.n r f . t ft 1 2 n n -tr-mV. c f t ft 1 2 1 0 L "lu- If 2 1 0 0 0 0 - ang 3 b 2 2 I l 3 t M nr, -. t) 3 ft 2 12 0 0 Hairv . c ... .» ft ft 2 ft I Mt v or, c 1 (• 0 33 ft Dugan. « s 3 ft 2 1 2 ft fir e, j,, 4 ft ft 1 2 ft It I. ■ns >n. p 1 I ft ft 2 ft J Rust 2 ft o ft 1 ft T t-1 - 2* 4 7 27 1 4 2 •Batted r ..r fames tn third t Uiiit.-. f. r ft'unntnghnm n fourth. 1 1 <•t e• t for Mitchell in ninth Innings 1 2 3 4 ,4 6 7 8 ft I >e* : it ft ft t ft 0 ft ft 1 |—.l Philadelphia . t 0 3 0 0 ft 0 ft ft—4 Total hssrs Detroit 9. Philadelphia -a rift e hit, Jamieson Strunk L' die, Mctnnis. Meyer Pitching sum n x- *’ hits an<l 11 times at hat off tames in 3 innings, none and 3 off f''(nn Inu am in 1 4 a n*l 14 ..ff Mll ch . •'I in .4 2 end 13 off R. Johnson In rone . it n fourt h » 4 and 27 off J. Bush In 4 Two-bs*e hit* Dugan .\ Mclnnts 2. V-'ach. <’nbt>. Ilarper Struck out Rr lames 1 (Halevi, by Mitchell 1 «.l Bush i by J Bush 3 Stanage 2. Young i R.ises on balls <iff James 2 iPchang, Hodte, off Cunningham 1 it! f tmsoni off ti Johnson 3 iX'each Harper Young) ff Hush 4 (tletlman 2 f' Jones, \ ft, Double play Hu.-li and Young. F rst base i,n errors -Detroit 2. P illadelphla 1 t.«'ft on hnse« De troit 11. Phtli-idelpiiia 7 Hit bv pitch ed halt B'. Mitchell 2 Scitang Du gnnt l>v t Bush 1 (Mitchell i Tim** i 4*> Umpires *'wen« Mcf'c rmtek and N'allin Atten«lnnce (.122 Xtanngers Uebl, of thr Indians, and Jones, of the Rronns. hold nil ree ords for Jamming eitrn men into a gome. The (list sign of slipping on the psrt of tbelr respective tennis Is the rile for Messrs. Kohl snd Jones tn rnll out every hired man on thr lot. THE same ability to two into the future, to test carefully and then stride ahead, that has characterized ftrent inventors, has also led to the most marked progress in the ftreat industries. Foresight and thoroughness were the watchwords during the experimental period of the Firestone Cord Tires. They are very evident today to motorist. Without them Super-size miftht have remained an unrealized dreum, instead of a practical reality. And Super-size is n vitally important element of Firestone Cord success. insures the air column and re silience that absorbs vibration and shocks. Super-size saves gasoline. Super-size insures Most Miles per Dollar in cord construction. The fuct that over eleven thousand Firestone workers are stockholders con tributes to the consistently superior performance of these Super-size Cords. Donovan Brings His Yanks To Detroit To Battle Tige Coveleakie or Dauaa Likely To Pitch Today The Athletic** nr»* gone and the Yankees have tome. The most ll*t less series of th** season elided when the .M ickies trimmed Tn*’ in the second K*n'e of Wednesday’s double header anil hiked to Clove land Neither club played very good ball, and the combination of drear> pastimlnx and pesky weather wus too much for this town. The Tigers won the series, taking three games out of five, hut they didn't gain murh ground on Anybody and lost a golden chan"** to g<* Into third place while th** Yanks and Indians were cutting the throat it of each other. These Yankees are dangerous pas timers once more. They seem to be hitting the ball again after their long slump Whenever they hit, they make trouble, for their pitching and defensive pliy usually is superb. Hughey Jennings has th<* ho s all crossed up on lu.- pitching today. He worked Hern;** Iloland yester day, thus making the one Detroit pitcher who never has been beaten b> New York unnvailnbW before Sunday. Uovelf-.kle is th* boy who really has the Yankees scared H * l as won nine out of lh games from • hem in th** last few years, but l a.-n'» pitched against them 'his sea son Harry lias been warming up regularly of late, and he may go Dauss is 'he other red hot possibil ity Ctlllop of Shawkey is likely to take the mound for the Donovanltes As usual. *he Tigers split their double header wiih tH»• Mackie- Wedtiesday and wasted a day Her nie Iloland hurled good ball In the first game, and wasn’t scored upon until the ninth round The score was 4 to 1. This wasn't such a had game of ball. Detroit got away to a two-run lead, and while Iloland k**p' out of trouble pre'ty well, there were oe fusions when it looked as if two runs were not enough Rush walk ed to start the contest and took second when Seibold crossed his catcher and became guilty of a wild pitch. Vitt bunted sad was safe at first when Seibold threw late *o ge* Hush at third Cobb hounded f*» (Jrover and Bush came home Vitt. who had pilfered second, went to third on the play, and he scored on Heilmann's infield single. Until tlie eighth, the Tigers did nothing startling Cobb led off the . i* On d* BF.ACH .ml BOARDWAIJC ' ATLANTIC CTTY, N. J. 1 l Real Recreation—Recuperation Spend a few days at the Chal font* the hotel of hoepitwlity ] and homelike charm. American £lan. Golf and yacht privileges lake reeervalions now. THE LEEDS COMPANY /v'AJvO vwxy r % / fy S3£ j&y *-> Ks // |f>- 'f / , jJNw Inning with a double to right. V**:t*’ii he it nu* a bun*. Hellnmnn roiled to Grocer, wht> caught Cobb going home Tv tuned back, and Schang's throw hit him In the shoulder, roll ing out of ••veryboitv’s reach Ty scampered horn** Veaeh was caught at the plat** later in Hi** inning, bn! Stanag** ' clean single scorel H*-il tn.tnn and put the game on ice. Iloland permitted some scoring In the ninth Mclnntff walked, took second an Schung'a single, wen* to third on in ilifl**lfl on.' an I tallied or 2> sacrifice fl\ to Cobb. Tv miaii have caught th** runner at ihe plate, hut the Peach was very properly interested in preventing tullie, that might t !*• th*- score, so he drove Schang back oy throwing to third Hill James Marled ih*- -**. uid game lor Detroit and couldn't s • * going. He was quite wild, laid' easy to hit, and mighty unlucky. A walk for S<*hang and a double f*u Dugan In the second inning gave th* Athletics a tally Voting kicked an easy grounder on Johnson in th* third round No one wa> out Jamieson sacrificed, and St run grounded to Huth With two nip. Bodi* walked, S hang singled an ' Mclnnli* doubl* and Th* game ended r'gln ther> with tb* Maekites it. possession oi four tallie Cunning ham and Mitchell pitched (he rest of the game and did quite xvel Johnson got wild, and Joe Hush to placed him in th*- fourth. .Lv*’ hurl .till MR *ll* NT* AMI MI'.tIKNTM continuous rnin n mra mm picture* 1:00 to 11:00 fell UUi ILI I3 111 It J and Vaudeville F R E DRI K 'Amateur DlVlNGContests I Bessie Barrfscale THE GREAT | M< „ % . ia . 33e . xr«V',.i~~ [“Hater of Men” Dull, »t 2, 7 Hint 1) p, m. WALLACE REID V'„;S!S fcuMini,r pri«'e»! Eves., Sun. A llfll. A C . XII sent*, rvrrpt niltn liu.es tssam Adv itniM'il , I'dilrv ill) , . ..." i .’.i , i, ItllS ••vxixr imi sixxi.tr r—oTH4.it i.iii'ai o r*—7 lists., loi--J(l«', V iKhts. I,V-'2’)'-3ric. 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Detroit & Cleveland Navigation Company ( P'lty Tii'k'i of fir* if*] >; s« *!d st sti** ]. avr |<\ rof Third at. ———■■'■■■ 11 I,IM ! ■———J Windsor Jockey Club, Limited STAKE DATES OI'KMMi l> \ V Frontier Handicap - s IO,OOO S-vriir<>«lil nn.l I |t»»nrtl<* Saturday, dull I I --Mil * and a Furlong:. «rr««it lit*lf of A 1 *»d and Windsor Double Event %500 : 5 of Hill. tllnniliilon limit Monday, I til > 16—Mile and a Furlong;. r. ; < hair. D. & C. Stake - - - 2,000 9* f r .•ro-f* fit nn«l I pnnf«D Celling Wednesday, Jul> is--—One Mile. Provincial Selling Stake > 2,QCO *”*< tlinmlnlnn limit ,]->»iir».ol(l * ail I iittiiftl* Thursday, July lM—Six Furlong*. Edenwold Stake - - *2,0C0 Ttvi^imf 1 nld« Saturday, July 21—Five Furlongs. Seven Days Racing Seven Races Each Day •*d thb best bull he hits shown troit this year. Vnt Klß|ili‘| in the ihinl and scot i wi * hen Cobb (>till*-«i a three-base wild throw out of Haley. The nnt chance came in the eighth. wo**n Hf-llmann walked with one out and Hut per scored hirn with a double. Harper itti Died lately gummed tho chance to win b\ some wild b»eo j running that wiped him out. Hobby Jones and Viet both got on in tho 1 ninth, and Join s m ired on Vearh'a single N« nher Cohb nor llcilntann 1 could help and the game ended with the winning run un first. TWO SOXES IX DEATH GRAPPLE Clf K'AtJO. July IV* Ho*ton ami Chicago of the American l< ague I'iei i tod is Jn the first of ’he well known wild oft * ncouutered big j league "crucial aeries " V\ hat tin* white brand is aide to do to the red kind of hosiery in the fiat a m Charles Corafskey's park -hould lia\i a lot to do with wfao a ill in Han Johnson's p< nnaut this year. If the White Sot can take a ma loritv of the game- they probably will i>» -o loaded with confidence dial nothing will be able to shukc off the comiriund'ng lead they will ta.v•• gaiiod at th* »\p**n>e of the I champions. Dui if th*- Red Hot • iiould suddenly lost* control of ilo-mveives and walk into the Comls k*\ clan w: h the same vim with which they utta< ked them in tbeir last ,-eri*Cluretice Rowland will n> * and something besides a good pot hing rtuff to console hint fcfr h while. The Whit** Sox lead Boston today by 2*l points. _ tail the I ■«iinl V«til**M l>ntnr*«. MAD ISON, VIOLA DANA > Stop-Luke-Listen \ml Olhcr Vdilrd Kriiturro Harold luvliaWKSl; Garrick Jrw • »V»l Jr*. .Vie. 7JVe. sih Vfn»„n, laa 2 Hrdu. 10th W rrk THE BONSTEELE CO. THE NEW HENRIETTA Nr»t—"Till.; imoiUONM" itnd "TH K TENTH I'lllV T BASEoReId GAME THIRSDAY | Detroit vs. r New York Li GAME STARTS AT 3:15 P. M. Eastern Standard Time SR Reserved and Box Seats at Soper'e Cigar Store, new Dime Savings Bank Bldg. Pristina —tb«- plain nrnt kind—that In rluht—TlmM .loh l»rpt.—Main 4.120. PAGE 3