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HI EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, JULY 17, 118. 11 GIANTS AND SOX TOUR ASSURED NEWS OF All BRANCHES OF SPORT EDITED BY ROBERT EDGREN ALL THE OLD BOYS 0 APPEAR N MEET AZ65-LB. SWIMMER 19 YEARS OLD! (Ki) By ViC wuiirninL uij. nv ini 'raa run lanm t-r Tk Va it- . AT TRAVERS ISLAND Celebration of the New York A. C. Twenty-fifth Anni versary a Reunion. 5S3MCCT l.iil.V FW&T-BaME.) ft l ' v . -a Th New York Athletic Club open a laree-alAy olebrtlon at Travar Inland o-der to commemorate tha twenty Uttk annlver.ary of tha Historic ath latto flald. Tha affair will ha moetlr Jntha form of a reunion for tha mem . 5J5 who have haen prominent In tha varlona branohee of aport alnoa leW. nd aeveral of tha old-time atari will tVe exhibition. Tha flret athlatlo event following tha openlnc festivities, and r. . nffm will brine out Harrjr E. Buermeyar, AfAairlca'A flrat champion Atwt pjiier d one of tha toundera of the N. V. A. C. Arthur Zimmerman, another ' old fellow," the cycle kins In the late Ithtlaa, will ride mile on nna of the old-faahloned mach;naa that earned Wm a world-wide reputation many yeera Mo. Dan Stern, champion walker In ir7, another athletic performer with no re card for Father Time, will hotfoot a Jap with Nueddorfer, preiant day cham pion. Other eh!b!tkna by paat title-holders will include Huh H. Baxter, In the pole rault; W. C. Dowua, 440 yard; Jamea 8. Mi ten hi, the welahta, and Edward C. Carter In the long-distance events. The programme to-morrow will be ehanfted to water conteets. It. W. Rathhorne, tha champion aculler of l74. will try hie apeed In a ln Id shell. Tha Metropolitan Boat flub eljrht, the champion, of NW, will ehow how record were made In the old day. Jam Pllk'nsrton. preslden' of tha Na tional AH.o!ntlon of Amateur Oars men, will (troke tha crew. The New York A. C. champion elKht nf lwft and the flmom "("hippies," champion of 3, will compete. Saturday's event will alio be cnV fined lo MlMtlOdi an open A. A. U. "tlilietLtlim hi- nit inp ,,f th - - " . J 'I i Lll liiv i-uicurniion. ST. "BOTH MARATHON! r . Htm gg cmtwT yteocv mwe eaew it mrny r sir1 '''f''' v arnfr-wax? B-kBKXaxxaxXxxar it MIKE GLOVER EASILY WHIPS YOUNG HICKEY. By lamllna; when and where he pleaeed on Ynung Mickey, the Marletn welter wellht, in tha main feMt of ten round at the Rt. Nli'holRa A. ('. Mff Mlkr Hover of Boaton had no trouble what ever In carrying off the honor" for the flrat Ave rounda Olover Jabhed. npvercut, hookey and awnng on Mickey nt will, (llover took thlnaa &' In the laet half of the '.out and dl ! not punlah If -key o badly. STANDING OF THE CLUBS XIIKHU I.HH I AMtKK N LRAOOt i Ink w t.. ! i l ino. w. U PC, ( l ib W. I, ii. n W L. PC. N 1 ..r M ! r.' BTo,,lm , TT Su 4r I'hili . hli M -.'4 Til Pioa 0 41 4B4 i til !l ! "' . ; 4". 4:io C an.l f.l It lnU le 64 f I li,tn . . fl Ul .M at. lanll ill :l'Jf, i, i, 4? .If .ulK, IWUni;... S 114 .1!l Plttnl' irti 41 :u ,.H ! -i 'M .12 f til . 41 40 Mi s. Turk :, .Hli RESULTS OK YtSTEKDAY-S GAMES Tort. A. itnrtaaail, t. Mr.... ton 4 1 r . .1 II Inmn nii.i...,!, h. aVaiu 1, rinu.l. j.i.. 4. At. Uala, . 1 in. 1 (. N- Turf, A. rmt s . t .rk 4 1 iioriin.i. i. lateaa gagAk Mhiiirfitie. i t. 1- in. f. Ho..nk f rtltuiiit, 4 I ' tl. l.-l 1 -Ma. 1, ilmr 0. 10 -anlag. flrat fimi 1'ii-in II: PkllaMpMe. A Itnil aaaw GAMES SCHEDULED KUK TO-DAY At Leafa at N YneA. Tan gam.a I'lllahnrali al llrmiHj". 1 in- inn ., i ratM mhl To OOka. I ni-a(i at BffBBBB IW 41 N.a Yiirt at CUli 14...- .n at liatrolt Watiipan..a II 44. Inula i M. .la l Phlae. AT Tills. t,d A -r.lr- COULD 6tVCR,6HT INTO eW- WliCM H CASE. ME SMCaJU) K KJNOCKE0 OUT He. ujourt MAwe a fefsfeeT auib In Future Famous Frenchman Will Devote His Talents to Motorcycle Racing. News of the Big Leaguers c S Henri fit. Tvea, the Frenchman, who won the famou 110,000 Marathon Derby at the Polo Grcunda aeveral year ago and who alnca that time ha made a name for hlmelf a an neiuplunfat, will break Into the motorcycle racing game nt the Brighton Beach Motordrome Sat urday, where ho'll appear In the open propfeialonal event. St. Yvea haa been practlalng on the motors for some time and now feel confident that he can oinpete against the beat rlilena In the huAlnaaa, He haa signed a contract to Id At BrlghWn tluilng the balance ot he Aeason. In bhe star race of to-night's oard Mike Cottello, Ray Vedlts and Paul ohiie will appear tn the flrat of the three-cornered matchea At two mill. Mechanical trouble put Charlie Davl ol Brooklyn, who was riding from cratch In the five-mile handicap, out of the rac At the Motordeome lapt night just aa he looked to be a jura winner iigalnat A picked Held constating of Paul mine, Hay Vedltx, George Mercler and Franz Kreba, All with a lap and A half hand.cap. Ohne finally won the .avent, with Ve nn tacond and Mercler third. In 8.16 1-A. The men finished under a blan ket. Dart rod a sensational race, bring ing the Urae crowd to ita feet with hi ayeed whan he pasod the held for the lire! time on the aecond mile of the race. With a clear track, lie began hugging the white line, and at three mllea ap peared to have the race at hi mercy. At this point hi motor began to alow, and at two mure lap he wa forced to drop put entirely, Ohne taking flrat money, with YedlU and Mercler aecond and third In the order named. Benaetlonal tlniahtia were the rule In all of the competition laat nlglu and In every Instance u blanket could have covered tha field when It flajthod under vthe red lights. In the three-mile open professional, the Koing was unusually Iteen, and tho fight between Ohne, A'edlts and Sperl was a brilliant one. World's Tour of the Giants and White Sox Assured for Fall. MORRIS STOPS CUTLER Iff SECOND ROUND. CWVl.", K. M July 17.-In a sched uled bjtvround boxing bout her laat olght CAT Moila of Oklahoma knocked out Marty Cutler, a Chicago heavy weight, in the at cond round. Morns was tin AaTfrAAAOr from tin' start. In AaJmlniAtArlng lhA knockout punch Mol lis broke Cutler' nose. Wl The animal canuv.il ntid fames ol the Million- Athletic AAAoelaUOH will be held at tue Thirteenth KeKimfnt KleM, Crnpsey And Fifteenth averVnc, Hath Ba h. HrnoUlvn. on Saturday. An at tractive pM'Krnmme of ten event closed to h unpin) AM of IJolin VYHiiamaker haa been arranged, among which a re la) race f xlrle is sure to be full of .liter. A bnl name between the .Mill I ore Junior and Die On, in. mi A. A. will ( iort) an Importuitt part of the aftei- A'a sport. It Is now aaaurcd that the White Sox and Olanta will make ttielr contem plated lour of tha world In the fall. Charlie Comlskey. President of tho Chi cago club, baa posted a forfeit for trana portatlon. Tha team will leave on a apecial train for Vancouver, B. C. whence they'll gall for Australia on Nov. 19. So far six members of each team have algnlfled their Intention of taking ttie trip. MenAger McOraw of the New York club haa posted a forfeit guaranteeing that twenty-five o' his men win go along, while Comlky ha guaranteed ttiat there'll be flfty In the White flox party. BUI Evana 1 the latent White Hope. The American League umpire won a battle at Loula yesterday and haa a shirt sleeve to prov It. i During the game between the Browns nd the Se la ator a fan In the bleacrier abuaed the arbitrator shamefully. At the conclu sion of the battle Rvana alngled him out and challenged him to go under th clubhouse and settle matters. Th fan reneged, so Evan grabbed him bv the shirt sleeve. Tha fan pulled hlma.tf free, but Evan found that he bag one of hlA sleeves tn his hand when he counted atock. He says ao himself, AO It re oat be true He alo saya tbat both th Buffalo and Athlatlo clubs were after him. Maybe the fn will b too whan he get bar. The Milwaukee Club defeated Colum bia In a nmeteen-lnnlng game, th record of th sea on In eh American Aaoelatlom, by a aeor of t to 6. Jack Ferry pitched the entire gam for the losers, three single In a row In th last lnnlnj causing hi defeat Joe Boehllng can thank hi team mates that hi record of nln consecu tive vtetorlaa 1 not broken H wa batted for two run after holding th Brown to two hit In lx Innings In the seventh Inning. It wa In th ninth that th Senators aosred tw 1 won th game, Tom Hugh, who pttchd the eighth Inning, getting oredlt for th victory. Th Senator have purchased AkMlth paw Oeorge Clarke from the High lander. He earn from Bocheatar, but laoked control, although h had a world of speed. Pitcher Lefty Lalfleld, wbo was sold to Atlanta by tha Cuba, refused to re port and Inatead haa gone to tit Louie to enter business. Th Pirate took th final game at Boaton. largely due to Wlleon'a horn run For the Past Ten Years in All My Stores I Have Made the Last Two Weeks of JULY PANTS WEEKS All the odd tnuwn left uncalled for I have gathered from my acventeen atoiee and brought them to my New York store, and al) the endi of piece goods in which enough wa left for pair fjf trousers I have been keeping my help busy the past two weeks getting ready for this sale. A man going to the countiy at this season of the year who has a blue serge coat of this or last year's vintage can come into my storjr and make selection either of flannel or dark worsted, or maybe he can match his old coat. It will be just the thing for vacation purposes. I have hundreds of styles. F lannels in various shades, cheviots, worsteds and tweeds, and quite a few blue serges. For the first of the week a complete assortment of sizes, and would advise my old customers to call early and get the best selection. Customers living at some distance from the New York store can mall in their measures, with twenty cents additional to cover postage, and I will be pleased to mail a pair of these trousers to you this week. These goods are guaranteed absolutely all wool and worsted. None could be made up for less than Ave or six dollars in regular course of trade. I have put two prices on these goods. The better styles I will price at $2.65 2r rrr. $2.15 Uncalled for Suits gxar . 1 oAiaab Ska) tAa axa M xnis sale lor the past week has been very successful. An inventory of my stock shows a great scarcity of medium sizes which I sold at the price of $5.00. I have a great number of large and small sites at this price. Some sold as high as $18.00 and $20.00, made up by union labor, and guaranteed all wool. An early call will get a better selection. Uncalled for Suits I have a number of better grades in the medium sites. and I can fit a man around thirty-eight, forty or forty-two. As this is the accumulation of all my stores, these suits will cost ia4iaAeAisAaA MITCHELL THE TAILOR &?&N 1431 Broadway, Comer 40th Street '"ZZl $5.00 These are nicely made and trimmed. $7.00 and $8.00 AMUSE MINTS. b aussuii Hum ru.. o I W'QUO VAtHS?" IEV 1MSTER01M ZIEGFELD FOLLIES axo. ran act Hh.no Una. Wat Mala. ujm iv wir Tviihui AMUSEMENTS. Vl'SW, 141k Al aajAJUMl r.'.M'i at . sear Tth at, Delia Mat . 101 I KllllllUIll nniimmiaiui . . ... m Prink Hchmttt. a seml-profesalonal 1 3 pitcher of Dunkirk, it. T., haa ilgned a I 3 I contract Xfltfi the New York Americana S 1 44sSt SVsVa jiSSsiBa -'araW ttSxTaV jsAA4XX 'ri?aaS ' BAA cause it rcfrcshca and jhirst- Ketuie bubitituui. 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