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HHE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, 'SEPTEMBER 30, 1919.
BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
PITCHERS WHO WILL FIGURE IN THE WORLD SERIES
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National Tourney at Shaw-
MRS. GAVIN AND
: ALEXA STIRLING
I IE FOR MEDAE
laamt ms T.'.zt
(PDowd Scores Easy Victory
Over Ratncr in Fast Battle
for Middleweight Title.
Or74T. 1!1f, to TV firm lltNWfr Co.
ITh. .New Voik Ktrning WorW.)
fsPHED usually carries all before
j It everywhere. It Rets you to your
train In time; It gets a horse
cross a winner; tt get a yacht home
tn front, and tt cot Mike O'Dowd, Uio
olddlewelght title holder, the honors
ta hla middleweight championship
btwt against Auglc Itatner, the A. K.
Jr. champion, at the Armory A. A. of
Jecrey City last night.
It was a great night for a fight, and
ben the two stars stppd Into tho
centre of the ring for their Instruc
tion from Referee Dan Sullivan the
tab was comfortably filled. There
pro&ably were only about five hun
dred empty scats. It won, neither too
warm nor too cool. So the fans sat
back In anticipation of seeing a woll
coatcated bout and they did that.
O'Dowd won on his sped alone. It
wu his speed that kopt him on top of
Ratner all tho time and prevented the
fetter from setting himself so that he
could deliver tho mighty punch he
conceals In his right hand. Mike's
peed, or, better still, his aggressive
Mas, swept htm on to victory.
As one turns over the result of the
contest in his mind ho cannot help
Clinking what Ilatner might havo
done had he been properly advised. It
wa tho general opinion that he has
the stlffer punch of the two and he
Is fairly clover, with a style fashion M
somewhat after that of Lightweight
Cb am p4on Ilcnny Leonard.
In the second round tho Dronx boy
Bright In ihe manner that hla frjndc
ttxpectcd ho would fight. lie used bis
left band in forceful stylo, keeping
O'Dowd away .from him, and every
now and then scoring some blows
that bad plenty of steam behind
The way he fought In the second
round mado the crowd think that
0Dowd'a lead In the first round was
tue to the fact that Augle was only
reeung out in tnat session.
AD Itntncr fought tho rest of the
contest as ho did In tho second
session he would have won
Maybe Uio Irishman too was play,
tag possum in that second period, for
in the succeeding rounds he had no
difficulty scoring. Probably three
times Auglo shook his adversary up
with his dangerous right.
It seems strange how careful a lad
generally Is that Is boxing a cham
pion. You'd think It would bo the
title holder thut wus playing It snfo
all the way, but tho contender usually
never starts attempting anything
serious until It Is too la to.
T3io contender has. everything to
win, with nothing to lose, and you'd
naturally think that a boy. as In
Itatner'H cone, who possesses n knock,
nut punch, would keep trying to score
a declslvo punch uvcry second he Is
in tho ring. Uut thoy don't.
RATNER gave away ten poundn to
O'Dowd lost nght, and that Is
one of the reasons he lost. Out
MtA nf the whlnnlng he received. Ilat
ner also wan tho recipient of a hand
some stiver cup from ills friends In tho
Youne Men s licorow Association
When tho announcer was telling
who was presenting the trophy, some
"Qlvo that to O'Dowd."
rllK Tanks are sure of a slice of
tho -world's scries money after
all. Thoy had to win ycator
day's farewell gamo with tho Athlet
ics in order to do It, as their rivals
for tho position, the Tigers, boat the
White Sox again, rrobably io team
vn- ulavcd harder to win in the
world's series than tho Yanks did to
co- tb,e gamo thut assured them third
place, livery one of tho players is as
happy as a lark to-day thinking of
that post-season gravy.
Cols, nupport and Huston should bo
thanked for their tndeavors-tq put a
,hnmnlanMhlD team in this city nnd
uaybe next season they'll have bet
melt. With Carl Mays with them
trom the Jump they will have a big
ace In the bole as he is ouo of thu
greatest boxmen In the gumc.
Good, Horse Sense
applied at the right moment
will settle the H. C. of clothing.
Forty Dollars Now
gives you a fine, made-to-your-order
suit just to keep our ,
men busy these last few days
before the Winter season begins
-Succus it not'pottible without
CINCINNATI FANS WONT BET f W
EVEN WHEN OFFERED ODDS! 1 1 1 . :
f -t 11 SSSSiKX II i lF Mi mile Sox.
White Sox Are 7 to 5 Favorites
There, but the Red Rooters
Don't Seem Anxious to Back
By Bozcman Bulger.
(8peoll 8taff Correspondent of The
Ooprrtjl.f. 1019. hj Tbc I'm IIMMilns Co.
IJht New York Errnlns WorM.)
CINCINNATI, O., 8cpt. 0.
TUERK is hotting in Cincinnati In
theno advanco hours of tho
World's Series. Uut tho betting
Is on the most elusive thing in town,
a dead beat between tho chances of
getting a pillow on which to lay the
Eastern bean and placing a bot on the
Cincinnati loves to fuss and furno
about tho lleds una to prate on lecal
glory, but when it comes to laying
long grcon on tho counter they heal
tate. They halter llko this: "Well,
tho form looks llko tho Whlto Sox, and
wo are no suckers- Wo'll take 7 to 5."
This wisdom comes from tho near
ness of tho raco trncK ai jwim.
Thoy llguro prices down to a gnut's
heel ovor there and u full blown
Hhlnolandor will not tuko tho wurt
It la not l question of lack of
enthusiasm or excesslvo local pride,"
said tho District Attorney of this sec
tion when besieged by a nowly arrived
colony of Now Yorkers; "It Is real
wisdom. If pcoplo from mo wist una
from Chicago huvo a notion thut tho
White Box aro going to win on xorin
why, of course, our fellows will grab
the- best of tho price. When you go
back to New York let It bo known
that u Cinclnnutian may be u wild
oyed rooter 'but he is never u sucker."
Thut uboul sizes up tho ttltuatlon.
Rhlunlnndcra nro stunning the gates
fur 1'ut .Morau but they, thrifty uouls
thut they arc, uro grubbting the besi
of tho odds. And the runny thing of
It In thnt the odds aro & to 4 on the
Whlto Sox In New York, whllo hero
they nra 7 to S. A lot of fellows who
camo hero expecting to get a better
prlco and to llnd wild-eyed bettors
uro wofully disappointed.
Already, two uuys ahead of the
Jump-off, fans huvc been standing In
llnu to get tho best tlckuts In the
(Irst-como-llrst-ricrved section of the
grounds. Already tho hotelH uro Jllled
to overflowing, but there Is ;io great
excitement jn Cincinnati. A tour of
tha hotels und local betting places
exposed a great vacancy, a ileurth of
congestion. Most of tho gang luid
gone to the truck ami there were not
enough outsldors to get excited about
tho ohancea of lat Morun und tho
Out nt the park the Cincinnati
manager had his men going through
a little practice, tho Mayor wus Is
suing ultlmutania ugulnst ticket
profiteers, tho National Commission
was giving out explanations of how
tho crush und high prices wero un
avoidable, but that was nil, To-day
Cincinnati wus free of baseball mad
ness. The one thing thnt brightened tho
htvarta of these loynl Rhlnclundcrs
Sroadway and N(nth St,,
30 East 4Zd St.
' . -
was the announcement, played prom
inently in tho nfternon papers, that
Heinle Oroh's broken finger has fully
recovered nnd thnt ho would play
third boso Initcad of "Harney"
Schrelber, the substitute. HolnJu aroh,
you know, Is the backbone of the
team nnd tho fnct thnt his llnrt nnmo
Ib Heinle In very hopeful and encour
aging to the poplo out here. Gruh
says thnt he did not know thnt his
finger was broken until tne doctor .
told him. It was fixed up and he i
went Into a practice game, making
Nothing further wns neceswry. It
means thero will bo no changes In
the Red line-up nnd tlmt tho team
will go into the classic Just as It
bent out the Olnnts.
The Chicago Club will not arrive
until this nfternoon nnd the city Is
ovlnclnrr a great curiosity as to tho
nppenraneo nf these hostile visitors.
Ivemember, Cincinnati has never seen
an American T.eagun Club. To them
It Is a far-off hostile institution or
ganized to destroy their peace. Wo J
rco both leagues every any
York nml tho clinngo Is no
Hut Cincinnati Is essentially
tlnnnl I.enguo city. They hnve not
ago. No nllen club hnH ever appeared ailko O'Dowd. tho legitimate middle
to detract from the glory of tho Reds. wt,Kht. received 15,000 for defeating
It Is n onn-rlub hnsobfill tpwn. An Augie Ilatner, tho contender, for the
cutsldcr is an Interloper. Whether It title In Uicir eight-round bout at the
be a champion or a mem visitor, It open air boxing show of the Armory
rouses something hostile In the nves A. a nt m. in. niirht iininn
of tho Redland fan. It Is nn enemy.
...I .(MIl.O ,.,U tlVUtfy ntlVbllL'll UJ
All ll.nl... n-A 1. ,..n,.l...l V...
JPViSt WeVtS- tno
nppeurnnro of thin -hostile In-
vuder. The White RnT fire nnl mere,
ly a ball club representing a city In
the American league, u club on
which tho chances can be figured
calmly nnd dispassionately. No, In-
tieeu. noro tlin wwto Hox, whenover
they nrrlve. ennstltuto n civic enemy.
Tho high olTlcInU of tho city are Just
as rampant as tlm lowly run.
rnero is a ticket scandnl. or course.
There always has been In every
World's Horles. Where 100,000 pcoplo
wnnt to occupy the seats limited to a
capacity of 20,000 there will be R0.000
clllrciiH sore and distraught. That's
all there Is to It. The eonimlxxlnn
nnd the Cincinnati Club are doing tho
nest tnoy can, hut thoro Is no balm
thnt can nllcvlnto tho suffering of
that SO, 000.
Pat Mornn, hnvlng boon In other
World's .Series, looks upon the situa
tion with n smile. Ho thinks ho will
win, but he Is not excited. Ho do.
cllnos to my whothcr ho will pitch
Rcuthor or Hnlleo In tho opening
game. Tho public, however, Insists
that tho Old Sheriff Salliv, will havo
tho first assignment. His cunning
und experience, they say, will balance
tho rest of tho club und they Insist
that ho will, but thoy will not bot on
It. They know ns well ns Now York
ers how the samo Whlto Sox team
trimmed Salleo when ho was pitching
for tho (limits. Hut thoy insist that
ho Is better now. Still, no twt, except
at odds of 7 to 5. That Is tho prevail
ing prlco In town and you can't got
Tho much talked of excitement In
Redland Is exaggerated. There Is no
crush on tho streets. Thcro Is no
storming of hotel corridors. Tho peo.
plo of this town are not fools. At any
rato they rofuso to got foolish forty
eight hours uhotid of timn. Tho most
excited people nro tho New Yorkors
and other Easterners looking for a
plnco to nlcop.
JOE LYNCH PROVES RIGHT
TO MEET HERMAN FOR TITLE
PHILADELPHIA, Fept. 30. Joe
Lynch of New York proved to flvo
thousand fans before tho niyinpla A. A.
of Philadelphia lait night that ho Is en
titled to box Champion Herman for Uio
title by defeating Joo Uurman of Chi
cago In Uiclr six-round bout. Lynch,
nghtlng In Terry McOovcrn style, drovo
Uurman about the ring for tho cntlro six
rounds and wus an cosy winner ut tho
finish. In the semi-final Victor Ritchie
of New York, sparring partner of Lynch,
knocked out llomiy Uonuan in the third
noud 1'ut On In Hnspltnl.
The Knights of Columbus boxers, un
der the direction of Jimmy Twyford,
travelled un to Otlsville last nlcht and
put on a boxing show for tho soldiers
In the hosiiltal there. There wero sovin
fuat six round bouts and also a wrest
ling match. The following Doxeru ap
cared. Packy O'Oatty, Walter llrooks,
Tnmmv Shea. Fred Dyer. Jimmy Tay
lor, Hay hmltli, Jim Muiitgomcry. Situ
(Jrren. Danny Bhea, Farmer Bullivan
amlXothors. Young Munday nnd Peto
wilek wrestled twenty minutes to a
(Fistic News John
.-.in-. in '. i.i. ,i .hi. m m
" " T-..WW .w. " n "
5-t. -or th. gross "ce.pts after the
"tn.to tax of 19 P'r cent, had first been
deducted. The gate amounted to J3.500,
which was a disappointment to both
the club officials and ftlo Ilatner's
manager. The tickets sold for tho fight
follows: tyo at II, rat at K. 7 wut
' J" utnnin
btat received liM.00.
JohnnT n.mdM ht, cnM oil m lnw h
ii,.nn. vii-r which u looknt tor th boxim
.. . ... nt.i. nf v.mk on Men.
fa, trrainc Oct 13 mt iimM htmtlf up to
tml Youni Klifci. the wtlurweliht of Lw.
.n t, t.,i, roundi in a dUlm it
m o'pn lit loilm ihow to to heU t (I'SalllTin
turk t Uimm, Mum., on u ftfni'n,
Kor lh oprnlni Irxloiir liln how of 'U
lUjnnno A. A. t Hch'H-Urn I'ifk tt (irotUI.
S J., one w-k from to-nliht. Mitchnukri
Chuli-r Ilnrswdck bu nutrhnl A I. lWwrU. A
(itoinliliu jouni hMi7lht of SUlfn UUnd, to
nifft Johnny Biion. the .Nftk lirolht In
the itit tn'i) ot fliht toun.U. llclwtU ddutsJ
fcUion at I'crth AB1U07 it inonini
lUay (lr the Pittibunh Hiht hMn'flfht,
hu nin out of aath Uh lljtuini Ix'tunny
for Uie .'oii.i llnw In i. ffw weeki. The firtl
time the ronlwt " to tu bwa toanht tt Dty
ton O tnj till" 't to he Urn held
1 the Cincinnati lUAall l'ttk In Clncuinttl U
niornm nllhl. l"h MttraniUfr Joe I-en
tt t'lnclnnttl ywtrnlty tht h u" l" ui""
to Uke on the tt. he wu la no condition.
ft,.mnii .ttrk llrltton. ho hu txi tick for
wirrtl rel. wl "tt trtlnUii to-dy tl lllllj
Urupp't niniiHliun In ll.il.-ui. u imiion irc
11,11 he U well ennnih to fight In t fer "eck.,
hlo mtntifr. Din Sloritn. lll imit the lerou
oflrrr.1 him by l1" "upl"! " N'"k '"' ,wk
to ti Hemiy Iru'l flnt Itigunnnt
Armory tt Nemrk. ji. J., on Oct. 27.
Kddle niKlmmnnt. premUlng lnnl Uht
wdghl. Mil fight IjiuUj llogth. the good fighter
ot Ilrtdirtart, Conn.. In tn elghurouna Bout tt
the hlg Cttlno tt UrWgpnrt. Coon., to-night,
'nie will bo l" other eight round bouU fought
tMtw l"-4l tlghtert of thtt cy. t'llfctnunont
l,.i ixea Iropioilng In ill ot hit tight tad oughi
to litre no trouble pultumtlng Uogith.
rin trrn h ) Mt rwlwt t, W It from
tiunm QI;IKiM. the Kmirteh UnUur pnmwUf.
which lie Infnr lua uiti ii u iuni u
glre ilnttcn rwt liw to wx- tnu
ii.ki Jnhnn. lluditm. the liiglUh welterwegnt,
but !i wiiM not gU lim lh .000 Uut he
lil.rewi) J..nundnt r llrttt. iloegtn in
be iiy amwuis inti. uu-j
winVI in ti'o It to mm.
fnnl ttrtne. tlMi lttllw oAVtVnrrizM, to
run out OI 1114 mitfc--M." . ww. - -.
the lltywmn rnJ.Ulollit, 4iWi m to hie
btvn fiht tt ttu lltjonne A, A. to-nUbt. Ctr.
bs ctlUxl up 'no lUJUitgrf. Cbtrlcy lltrrry. on
irruliT trnl uiriwi"! baa wit h diu iA care
tla tmn rtoimi. Utmt U Ukty to let
Otie ml fmm to-olcM Cfirlv Ikwrwrlck,
mtUfnk-r of Um Ittowmie A. A., will ettge
hit flrtt Indoor boilug thow tt Bchutticn I'trk
a ttr twt UglJl for Uve o"caiil(, lie thed
ii tlm ud CUy Turner with Johnny llowtrd.
but Um UUrr't tmn'ger nM Uut llowurd would
nut ta rdy to boi wc wtertl wria.
IUUt (lllim tnd tilt worVI't Ughtiwtigtit ohim.
Iiion, lleimy L,iitinl, trw now on UWr ty to
IMrolt, 1icr Ileuuy mrots IVitrley Mctrle, ibm
IVtnlt UtitvUilit. In t tea round Uait tt the
Arrnt In Uut illy t-Hnom nlflit, "iWt tnd
Ikuxr kit for tl 'cne of he bttUe lwt night.
liure luirung jton dwitml Uitl Um buut
would drtw oitr 110.000. tt inttchintktr it
Ctree Intormnl hlra by win thtt Uio huuM
W'-M Plld Rvo Rogers Hornsby, the St.
Pollock and Gossip J
Ljw Dumd k now V mictsrt ot Johnny
Prunxnle. ttie Jrrsry Oltr llitvieUht. Lx
t-cnl up ImtrtnJe to & omtrtct tnd hu tl
rrady mttctml iikn to rare Ju& Ulue, Um New
Orlrtnt lightweight, for eight roundt U IB
'rnnUm A. a ot Trenton. .N. J., oo Moodiy
eranlnt;, Oct. 13. Drununle It bonne la ftlrly
guod form now tod b CMiaat to (ire Haw t
Johnny Puff, the promlting btnttmweljht ot
Jonwy Citr. hu Un, tinkal up for four ftbt,
IUi fnt wiH with Johnny AliVney of I till. '
dekHilt, tt Um Ctort A. A. of "ITiillT" oo
lldty nht. him ercood with Mkkcy Delmont
o7 .Newark tt Uie ilrtron4IUn A. O. of Nowtrk
on Oct, 7. hit Uml with Bulin Djin tt 'w I
llndford. Him,, on Oct. SO. tnd the fourth with
Muey WIlllinMuo of imitdeliihlt tt Jersey I
City Heljfttt on Oct. 2i. I
Jimmy Hill, the Auitrtlltn chtmclon. will mike
hit tint tinnrtoxa in t bout la Uilt country m i
neit Tuemlty night. He hu been itgnrd s b
Iry I-wit, mitchmtker of the Armory A. A, of
IkxUx, to mort lUmry Adtlr ot thlt cltr la t
twTlwi eiuial, drdtlon bout, tt the tlrtnd Ojrrt
noine m notion. 1IU1 win litre to be t rati
fl tighter to twtt Adtlr.
lUUWe Srltdn-U. the .MUwtukne ficfatrr. til
Joe Uellma i CJiIciot hire bnei inttrtail by
Joe I-ry. tlte Cijirlnnttl fkiht nnftrr, to mr.
In t ten ruurwl bout tt Uie OlnclnntU IttuteiU
I'trk to-morrow iiLrttU Th tu lat
ntltutttl for tii Lninvly-On omUwt. whleh (lnj
&ul ut imtnxlty. At oniM i get t
idubl cniiitfient for Lerlluky Hijrfvl up
MUt-bell tul WoUlK.
Hty Jllrww., who fiirtit t fnw ftrll in tliit
rlcinlty nrann linw ten tnd who nukin hm latnu
tt (iruul Ittlwlt. Ikh., leu aaMKnl tenui for
ihrce Juiht. On til. 10 be fU!u Joe Wrllitg
tt KtltniAToo, Mtti,, for ten rountle: t)cL 4.
Iliimy ti Uw Wolrorme A. O. of Is-tivit.
U-Oj.. tnd to-iazta U U tuokod to fisbt Mike
U'Uwry tt LiiUc, Mich.
lor l.ronnril Wins Another,
HUFFAIX). N. Y.. Sept. 30. At the
opening of tho fall boxing season of tho
Queensbury A. C. horo lust night Her
man Smith, local featherweight who re
cently knocked out Llmer IJoano, wns
handed an artistic lacing by Joo Ion
nrd, the sensational featherweight of
Urooklyn, In ten fast rounds. Leonard
was on top of his man from ntart to
finish, meeting out novoro imulshnimit
to Smith around tho faco and body. For
tho first few rounds Luonnnl lm.i n
hard time getting to Smith, duo to hi
awkward sylo, but rrom the third round
on ho hit Smith at will. In tho other
star ten-round bouts Young Michael.) of
Syracuse beat Indian Schlffer of Itur
faJo, whllo Frankle School of llurfaio
outpointed Frankie null or Toronto.
First Race Weary, Indiscretion.
Cock o' tho Itoost,
Second Race Koh-I-Noor, Mary
Hello, Miss Kruter.
Third ltace Over There, King
Plaudit. Pastoral Swain.
Fourth Race Recount. Wtrimoy,
Fifth ltace Tounoed, Toto, Out
Sixth Raco air Ad Over Heels.
Ponty Prtdd. Gloria France. V. T.
HAVRE DE GRACE.
First Race Link lloy, Squire
Charlie, Tli Wit.
Second Racollanvood, Stucco, The
Third Race Silk ltlrd, Ddlth Rati
maun, l'oint to Point.
Fourth ltace Murphy, Joyful,
Fifth Rues Warsaw, The Uel
Ulan. Irish Kiss,
Sixth Race Silk Bird, Sophia
Oatewood, John W. Klein.
Seventh Race Puts and Colli,
In d ol SWT. fcUr WlUhwu Johnson.
Hornsby and Ty Cobb Win
Big League Batting Honors
Former's Strong Finish Beats i
(Jilt bddlC KOUSCll Ot
The latest unofficial figures com-I
plied give Rogers Hornsby, the St.
Louis shortstop. National League
batting laurels for the season Just
cndexl. Hornsby gained tho honors
by swatting the pill at a tcrrlflo rate
during the last fourteen games and
camo out on top of Eddie Roush of
the Reds by but two points. Tho for
mer's averago is .322, while the lat
ter finished with .320. Roush had led
tho lcuguo since mid-season, but
Hornsby' s finish coming down tho
stretch run gave him tho title.
The first international boxing con
testa since 1916, in which amateur
boxers from this country will particl
jmte, are scheduled to take place In
thrco of tho Scandinavian conn
tries early in November. An Invita
tion has been received by Frederick
W. Rublen, Secretary-Treasurer of
the Amateur Athlotlo Union of tho
United States, from Brail Anderson, J
Secretary of tho Sparta Club of Copen
linrren, asking that thrco boxors be
sent over to participate In amateur
boxing tournaments nnd international
champlonnhlps in Denmark, Norway
nnd Hwedcn during tho month of No
vember. They request that a bantam, a
lightweight and a light heavyweight
ho sent, and In order to select the
best boxers at theso weights tho Met
ropolitan Association of A. A. U.. In
conjunction with tho 71st Regiment
AA., will conduct a Hioxlng carnival
In tho 115-pound, 135-noumt and
n5-pound cIubhch at tho 71t Regi
ment Armory, 33d .Street and Park
Avenue, Now York, on Monday eve
ning, Oct. 13, to determine who will
mnko Umi trip. Tho winners of each
of tho three classes will bo selected,
I1K01.NNIN41 AT SilUt I. M.
and 4 Other Stirring Contests
nraciAi. KAcn TitAi.NS
leave Venn. StaUon, 33d St ijnd Tth
Ave., alto tlatbUHh Ave., llrooklyn, tt
IMiao, litrO. llt nnl aunt V. M.
Mnrrlul Curt Hrrrl for IulU-t. Alno
rrschrd by l.- Ave "IV lo 160tli
Kt , Jamaica, thrnrn by trolley.
(irund Miuiii, ttll.an. Ijullrt, Itl.RS.
Indurtlng War Tax.
WORLD'S SERIES GAME
Uvtry pity Inalnnlly portrayed exact
ly na mude at the gamo It coins nn,
llnliinlnx Wrd.. Orl. ltt, tlirouuli nrrlra
IMMI1W (ll'KN 1 V. ,M.. Adni. ZTtCt
Stith tit. and Ialngton Are.
THE FINAL STANDING
OF BIG LEAGUE TEAMS
Clvtl. W. L. PC.
Cincinnati ...II 44 .til
Nlw York.... I? 53 .021
Chktit 75 15 .531
Plttiburtll ...71 M .111
Cliita, W. I
DaiU 17 12
St. Lall 4 II
Clibi. W. L. PC i Clubl. W. L.
Chlcijl It SI .(Tt It. Loll....l7 77 Mi
Cltrrlinl ..84J5 ,K4 ' OoiUk (I 71 .411
Nlw Yrk....MSt .171 ! WllMllUl..SI t4 .4M
Oftrtlt 10(9 .371 kllicltlils..M 1(4 ,M7
Nr. Yr. 4j Phllilhli. 7.
f'1" ' 'n; swatting, this
Is the tlrst tlmo a right handed bat- '
tcr has topped tho doutera
I Nallona, League.
Ty Cobbi tno scnlaUona, Dctro)t
. outer gardener, came through In the
for the twelfth !
time In (hlrrn..n -Ant-M r-t.K '
finished the season with an nvcrairo
of .381, his nearest rival bclnjr Vetch.
wno naa an nvera:o of .352. The first
flvo batters In both lentruoa follow:
o. ad. n.
Hoimn . .
Ktork . .
Ill 912 M
II 904 71
172 441 7J
119 47 91
130 411 71
124 499 9. IW)
119 919 97 190
119 917 10 191
112 912 94 179
127 414 94 199
Run Oct 11
General Manager Matt "Winn and
Resident Manager Harry Brclvogel
of tho Kentucky Jockey Club have
fixed Dct. 11 as the day for tho run
ning of the J50.000 Latonia Cham
pionship, a race of one mile and
three-quarters for three-year-olds of
Tho championship will this season,
nnd hereafter, be tho richest nf
American races over a dlstanco of
ground for mnturel campaigners,
Kastcrn ownership will bn formidably
represented this year hy Samuel C.
Hlldreth's Lord Urlghton nnd Mnd
Hatter. Kdwnrd Arlington's QurMion
rhlre. Cicorgo M. Odom's King nau.llt,
lloward Marshall's Translate. C rc.
Clement's Rapid Day and PhlllD A.
Clarko'a Dunboyno. From the wny
things are shaping up to-day It looks
as though the Hlldreth ntry Iord
Urlghton and Mnd Hatter might go
to tho post favorite.
Tlrrnry Scotch Knoeknnt.
ELIZABETH. N. J., Sept 30.Joc
Tlerney knocked out Willlo linker In the
second round or their bout at the For
esters' A. C. here last night.
'JpiIE World Series games are
being reported for The
New York Times by Christy
The former champion pitcher
of the Giants and later man
ager of the Cincinnati Reds is
thoroughly qualified to de
scribe these important games.
Every baseball fan will be
interested in Mathewson's
SIIAWNRR ON TIIH DKLAWARK.
Sept. 30. Although put to the sever
est test they have ever had, women
golfers did themselves proud In tb
testing round of tho national cham
pionship tournament at the Shawns
Country Club. Out of a field of sev
enty. four, starters, Miss AJexa Stir
ling, the tltlcholder from Atlanta, sj4
Mrs. W. A. Oavln of South Shorn
tied for tho medal with rounds of It.
Mrs. Ronald It. Ilarlow of tb
Merlon Cricket club, whose competi
tive appearances this season hav-s
I been a scries of unbroken successes,
'finished in third place with an 13, s
stroke better than a pair of promU
I ing newcomers, Miss Edith Cummlngs
, of Onwcntsla und Miss Ellzabetb
LOordon of Mctacomct.
Others to Ki!t round In the low Ms
I Included Miss Utalna Rosenthal of
KavlKloc. Mrs. QuenUo K. Koltner of
South Shore, Mrs. F. O. Letts jr. et
Indian Hill, Miss Mildred Caverler.
Philadelphia Cricket; Mrs. Caleb F. Fox
of Huntingdon Valley. Miss Martoa
llolltns of Wcstbrook, Miss alennS CoV
lettc, tho slxleen-)eur-old player from
l'rovldcnrc, nnd Miss llcatrico Loun
berry of llodforil.
The Unltrd States Golf Association
wns sbly represented In Frederick 8.
Wheeler and Howard K, Whitney,
'resident and Secretary respectively;
whllo tho details were taken am ot hv
411 1 n eorpd of local olllclals. Unquestlon
... I ably the pair to attract the most atten
."Itlon were Miss Stirling and Mrs. Felt-
ner. Tho latter years ajto as Miss Lil
lian Hyde acquired nn enviable reputa
tion ns a remarkable driver. She hits
the ball as far as ever, some of her t
hotA rivalling anything seen here by
Pull In c rabbit out of in
empty silk hat right before tout
eyes is not in our line.
There ii no quickness of the
hand to deceive the ejt here.
All thine are what thty
icem In Par-amount Shops.
The shirts you buy at any of
our seven shops look as good
and are as good as the shirts
you see in our windows.
Par-amount Shirts are Just
what we represent them to be
tho best possible shirt value at
$1.50 and $2.00.
They are tttandardlrcd, which
means that the same quality, fit
and fabric you enjoy to-day may
be had a month or a year from
now and with the same guar
antee ot satisfaction or your
There is no magic in that Just
a square-deal pol'ky, which has
guided this organization from
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