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THE EVENING W.O$LD, MONDAY, MAY 30, 1921.
QIANTS AND YANKEES WIN FIRST GAMES: DODGERS LOSE By ' I14NS WAR HERO CHALLENGER IVDEMPJBY: tawwiOiNwr. ., - Ready for the Big Fight CIIAPTKK XXXV. 1 WAS very nervous when we left SUnmoro for London the night of the fight, t felt a strange fluttering Inside and must con fess that I went over very carefully my chances In the meeting with the man I expected to give me the hard est fight I ever had endured. My state of mind was comnaunl- ated to my chauffeur, who waa ac jally, trembling as ho assisted me kto tho automobile. I asked lilm that was tho matter and he replied lis nervousness was due solely to he hope that I might win and not fear that I might be beaten. Scarcely a word was spoken as our rty was whirled over the roads nd Into London, it was a very loomy Journoy. Even Dcscamps buld not put any cheer Into tho rldo. i was very giaa wncn we inajiy ached the Olympia Uall and I gut I to my dressing room. I stripped almost as soon as I en- I red the room and lay down for a st before the bout. It was while ng hero that composure gradually ne to mc, so that I was soon irges Carpentier again. M. Victor oyer waa In toe room cnattlng Itb me when there entered a very apoua looking Individual who ad ssed himself to me. BBrcyer, acting as interpreter for e visitor upoke so fast I could not Bderstand. told mc that he had come rtth a message of good-will.. He ras, M. Breycr explained, the Com missioner of Police. This made me ri very good, but I havo since rned that the real object of his sincss "was to warn me that I no would be responsible for any aidant Ho also told Beckett the te thing. M. Broyer had very ilr diverted my mind from dwell- on such things and actually sent jo to the ring happy that I hod re vived the visitor. My nervousness returned as I lay itlng for the summons to tho ring. re had arrivoa early, so tnat tne be drew out very long. Every mtn- e seemed an hour, and when the ne to leave the dressing room and to the ring did arrivo 1 waa over- ved. I stood, stretched and smiled IDeseampa. The nervousness again Beckett Annihilated. CnAPTBE XXXYL , BCKETT faced mo with his chin tucked down between his massive shoulders. Ho looked flerco and strong. An lnstani opening for my left hand Itself and I let fly. Tho blow it straight home to tho nose. I tho big frame quiver with the kg of tho blow and waa surprised, brushed his nose with the back of glove and snorted. He came for with a rush and I retreated until By book was against tho ropes. Right and left hands reached for ly bidy, but I was able to parry so tccUveiy that my elbows received the r- w"e Just uerore em . ...., mj .barking for America, on which trip hnohes. Then Beckett clinohed md. she . course, accompanied me. w ("Break! " commanded Hcfcrco Angle. 1 Beckett shuffled back and then drove left upporcut at mo which failed cameras. Wo have lived In a sump lach its mark. t tuous hotel In Now York. We havo I Beckett waa off balance Immediately . tx - -. i h.nJ Infn hl eve A I shot my left hand into his eye. e blow Bhook him and left him per- lexed. Ills hands were down and his , I. M lnv iM-rt urfflnr his fbt " . w - boulder, with his eyes glittering at is from tho shelter of hla arm. I be- eved I saw the opening for my right. ud,Uke a flash I raised myself on my and let go my right arm with ery ounce of strength I could aius- tie blow caught Beckett squarely, the point. As he fell my left coped to cno sarao piaua in permit, but I doubt If the blow was ded. I never hit any ono so noru mn niirlv In the correct sdoL stood watching while the 'Ume . tr the seconds, and Son the lctral ten was finished I Sped Beckett to his corner. pescamps wa in win im, ktaiv e irrasDcd mc around the iimt .hraitlne tine words into my Sr. tout as soon as I could free my- H I. turned to inc rnu " " "' ho said: ril'Yours Is a splendid victory. I army congraiunw j.v,u. Tils was tno quiiiKuat ojiu u ne time tho most surprising vlc- I t vnr won. A stra gnt leu, an- Iher straight left, and a smashing Kht-cross ana me ukui- " ui. Evantv.iTcn seconds was the time Cnsumed from thb clang of the bell the last of tno couni wmca pui kikett out of the tight. I do no', ime the English for suspecting m hypnotism, ridiculous as It Is. ni. Mrnntion I received Just before In a- when I wont to fight Oun- lat Smith was tremenaous, dui n M nothing compared "J T . L ihh triumnn over uie oir e.hk' hmnn Thn noiso was less, pernups less, but the people 10 followod mo " my iiuiui mnntnnt rcauest for this or that r ' . k.i .i i . Ing while I was thorn. It was very E . . 1 ..1.1 nllnn, n. A It ceroro xnoy wuum mnr , n aULOITTTlUIUIlK iiiiwiua," , lltlnir my name in books, R " ... . . t 1 ,n nlentv to UlinK or aiier mia at My marriage waa impenmng tt I planned to go to America. Jescamps, Jubilant, could think of alng but tne lana across mo wwr. .1 had never Deen, dui wnore i to iro. for there was tne cnam- shin. "Dempsey, Georges, lemp- w nhall see now." That waa iDescjmps could think of, The to arls was in ei wl.h ml TT i left me as though It were a cloak and I had thrown It off. I fMt perfectly calm. A mighty shout of welcome greeted mc The lights dazzled me when I first entered, so that tho Shout was u great roar ns I stepped from the door into uie arena. Thousands of people were present. They made a wall of flesh In front of me. I hopped over tho ropes Into the ring, bowing and blowing kisses while the spectators screamed. To my left there sat the Prince of Wales nnd I bowed to him. He gave me a smllo of rocognltlon. Deckett already was In his corner. but I gave him no heed. I sat down, with my head half-turned and Imme diately opened a- conversation with Dcscamps, but I could see out of the corner- of my eye that Bcckott was eying me closely. He was on his feet and walked about constantly. -Tho walk was almloss as were tin glances ho turned toward the audi ence. Ho seemed to be detashed. , from the light Itself. It was evident that ha suffered great agitation. I called Descamps's attention to th aimless wandering of Beckett and found that he agreed with me. It woa as though Bombardier Wells, with all his nervousness, again faced me. He waa all sensitiveness. "It Is fine, eh, Georges? Two rounds and finis." I had no doubt that ho was right My legs felt as If they wore made of springs. I was .absolutely marer of myself. Only Beckett remained and -I studlctif him coolly the while I j listened to a1 speech from B. J, Angle, who addressed the crowd on the sub Joct of fair play nnd sportsmanship. There was qulto an Interval be tween tho time we entered the ring I and the time the bell flnnlly did t clang, for this speech consumed con- ' slderablc time. Beckett was a -lant and looked fully the pnrt of a heavyweight ohamplon. Thla and a hundred other thoughts flashed through my mind as I loft the corner and started out to da battle with him. Denvpsey cnm'o Into my mind, along with wondering if I should boat this huge English man and then como to grips with the world's champion. Then I knew I would beat Beckett surely, and I began to wonder where I WouUJAmeot Dempsey. Should I go to America? The picture of a ship with mo aboard flashed through mv mind as we went to the centre of the ring. his discussion of what I should do to tho world's champion. Tho crowd that greeted me in Paris was a riot. Nothing else 'could de scribe It. Ijcavlng tho Jraln at the Paris station I was seizor and klssoJ, deluged with flowers. Notes from women fell about my feet. "Vive Carpentier!" they shouted. You'd think I had Just returned from conquering a nation Instead of a man. It was all very wonderful. My coun trymen were overjoyed to think their champion had again proved his supe riority. Then came the preparation for tho trip to America. Everything else was put behind, except, of course, my beautiful girl I had met while in the niurriuKo 10 ueorgoue iisasser, a have been .supremely happy. America has been very good to us. been treated with the ut-.iost consld- """"' u" 1 nave no uouDt tnat j wn, flnd jugt Qs much pIoasurc hn tho acquaintance of Americans as In the affection of their first cousins, tnu '4.""" (THE END.) I.ennar.1 Kxvertn Kansna to GlVr lllm Hard I'lulit. One week from tc-nlght Hfnny Leon ard will meet a tough llghtweisht citi zen, make no mistake about tnat. Rock o' Gibraltar Kansas Is his foeman, and Benny has not bern fooled Into thinking mat ne no a Cakewalk before him. Any man who thinks that Kansa la soft is a very foolish athlete. Benny Is far from that. He believes In the theory that a punch to the "but ton" will drop ATfT man, and any man so dropped and out of condition runs the risk of losing all. Benny has a lightweight litis to think of, and U la hla dear dream to retire with the golden bauble titled neatly on hb black lochs. Fine Idea If Benny doesn't do like all the rest of them, keep going and going until he wakes up with "What hap pened?" Kansas proved In tho bouts with Mitchell and Jackson that he Is ?&n- gerous to a degree, ne Is wondcrf'illy strong, can hit and Is awkward to a puzzling degree. No champion can af ford to take liberties with him, and when Leonard faces him In the Han-L-on Ball Park, Harrison, N. J., on Juna C, you can wager lie will be propard to meet a little gent ho Is rough and tough from any flghtino angle. Grant Tablet U De travelled To-ar. Judge Kenesaw M, Londls, Commis sioner of basebaJI, will speak at the 'unveiling of the monument to Capt. Ed ward Leslie Grant "Harvard Eddie," the former Innelder of the Giants and Phillies, who was killed while leading his company In France. The monu ment U in deep centre field, at the Polo Grounds and Mrs. Florence Grant Rob inson, a sister of tho dead officer, will draw the unveiling strinr. Detachments from Fort slocnm, with a military band and tho 307th regiment, with the members of the New York and Philadelphia clubs, will take part In the exercises. Other speakers will be CoL V, W. Oalbralth of tne American T m fmnr TlArfm.Ti ntltffr. rti- mintlnr the fiueball Writers' Asia- elsflon, and Major Dslanesy Ki Jay. THE FUSSY FOURSOME-A THE FUSSY FOURSOME Will Appear Each Monday in ning World Readers on Receipt of a Five-Cent Stamp. You will . ! 4 I v) NOW LISTEN - YOO FELLAHS HME. BTfeYlflGr Tt) HELP YOVjJ GET it-roCT TALKING WM I'M IXrLSerS T0 "0W'M 1 EV5 ASK PHIL, ME'LL TELL M I W "Mffllla 1 CAN KEEP Mr hnhu on whai HMW.V ' GIANTS DEFEAT nun i iro r to 1 1 PHII I r Ml I IIILLILU U III I 1 ! ' t Young and Toney Make Four Base Clouts Neale of Visitors Injured. PHILArELPHIA (N.) r h po Rowlings, 2b 0 1 1 Stengel, rf 0 1 Q F. Neale, tl 0 01 Lee, rf U 0 0 t 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 I Meusel. If ..... 1 1 I Wrightstone,3b!... 0 1 3 R, Miller, ss 0 0 2 Williams, tf 0 1 3 J. Miller, lb 0 2 9 Wheat, c 0 0 3 Hubbell, p 0 0 I Bells, p 0 0 0 Baumgartner, p.... 0 0 0 Totals 7 24 12 1 Baumgartner batted for Hubbell In seventh Inning. NEW YORK (N.) r h po a Burns, If 1 2 3 0 Bsncroft, ss 0 0 4 4 Frisch. 2b 0 0 2 4 Young, rf 110 0 Kelly, lb 0 1 12 0 Walker, cf 113 0 Rapp, 3b 1113 Smith, o 0 0 2 0 Toney, p I 1 0 2 King, rf 0 0 0 0 Totals..' S 7 27 13 The Summary: Two-base bits Stengel, Barnes, J. Miller, Meuaoul, Walker, Rapp. Homo runs Toney, Young. Sncriflce hits Bancroft, Walker, Rapp. Double plays Frisch to Bancroft to Kelly, Toney to Han croft to Kelly, Frisch to Bancroft to Kelly. Bases on balls Off Hubbel, 2; off Toney, 1L Struck out By Hua bcll, 1; by Toney, L Hit by pitcher Toney (Wbent). Hits Off Huhbj.I, 4 hits In six Innings. Umpires Qti.n lan and 0Day. Attendance 5,000. POLO .GROUNDS. May SO. The Giants won easily from Bill Dono van's Phillies this momlng, 5 to L Toney pitched good ball and was never In danger except In the third, when tho visitors cored their lone run on a double by Meusel, followed by Wrlghtstono's single to centre. Toney helped win bis own g.ime hy driving a home run Into the right field stands In tho third. Young got .... .... a home run in tne tourtn inning. Ncal of the Phillies was injured In making a wonderful one-hand catch of Frlsch's lino drive In the first. The Philadelphia outfiolder ran headlong into tho concrete wall of the right field stand and fell to the ground. Ho was takeif off the Oeld bleeding from wounds. FIRST INNING. PHILADELPHIA Itawhnga filed out to Bums. Stengel doubled to ItrfU Noal ran for Stengel. Meusel walked. Wrlghtstone hit 111 to a double play, Frisch to Bancroft, to Kelly. NO RUNS, ONT3 HIT. GIANTS NeaJ went to right field in place 'of Stengel. Burns doubled to left. 'Bancroft sacrificed, Hubbell to VJUtr. Burns taking third. . Burns scored on Frlsch's drive to right, which j Ncal grabbed ngalm,t the Krnd statitl wall In u remarkable catch. He struet ) his head and fell to tho ground. Tho bmic wm aupcndi the club house suff wound 011 his rich his right eye. I.i uapended as hu Wis led to; suffering from severe right temple hnd under ee replaced Ncal. Young walked Kelly fanned. ONE I RUN, ONE HIT. SECOND INNING. PHILADELPHIA It. Miller lined out to Bancroft. Williams singled to centre. .1. Miller doubled to left, Wil liams taking third. Wheat fouled to Kelly. Hubbell grounded out, Ban croft to Kelly. NO RUNS, TWO HITS. GIANTS Walker popped to Miller Rapp fanned. Smith filed to WII I'.nms NO RUNS. NO HITS. THIRD INNING. PHILADELPHIA Ituwlmgs hit lo Bancroft. It was too hot to liand'o and went for a hit. Lee htt Into a double play, Toney to Bancroft, to Kelly. Meusel doubled to right. Wrlglitstone singled to centre, scor ing Meusel. R. Miller forced . out Wtlghtstunc, Rapp io FtIhcIi. ONS RUN. THREE HITS. GIANTS -Toney hlt Into the right field stands for a .homo run. Burns fanned. Bancroft out, J. Miller lo Hubbell. Frisch popped to tl. Miller. ONE RUN, ONE HIT. FOURTH INNING. PHILADEJjd'HIA Williams walked. j. .Miner nieu io uurns. Wheat was hit by a pitched ball. HirMiell fanned. Rawllngs filed to Burns. NO RUNS, NO HITS. t GIANTS Young lifted a home-run Into the right field stands. Kelly hit sharply to Wrlglitstone, who couldn't haudle it. Walker sacrificed. Raw- tl(,f.t3 LU lit .UIIIVI. IMkil ' Rawllngs to l Mlllnr anil Wollv reached third. Smith walked. On an attempted double steal with Toney at bat, Kelly was caught between third and home, Hubbell to Wheat to Wrlghtstone. ONE UUN. TWO HITS. FIFTH INNING. PirrDADBLPllIA Leo filed to Walker. Frisch fumbled Meuset's grounder, WrlghtBtone forced Mou se . Bancroft to Krlscn. li. anucr filed to Walker. NO RUNS, NO I 1UT8. I GIANTS Toney out, Rawllngs to J. Miller. Burns filed to Wrlglitstone. Bancroft filed to Williams. NO RUNS, NO HITS. SIXTH INNING. PHILADELPHIA Wllltams grounded out, Bancroft to Kelly, J. Miller singled to centre. Wheat, hit Into n double play, Frisch to Bancroft to Kolry. NO RUNS, ONE HIT. GIANTS Frisch grounded out, Rawllngs to J. Miller. Young -filed out to Williams. Kelly walked and was out trying to steal. Wheat to Rawllngs. NO RUNS. NO HITS. SEVENTH INNING. PirTLADHLPHLV Baumgartner, batting for Hubbell, wan out, Frisch to Kelly. Rawllngs popped to Rapp. I,ce fanned. NO RUNS, NO HITS. , GIANTS Botta went In tho box for Philadelphia. Walker stretched a single to three bases when Lee let his drive get away. Rapp doubled 'o right, scoring Walker. Smith singled to centre, scoring Rapp. Toney hit Into a double play, Betts to R. Miller, to J. Miller. Burns hit safely to short. Bancroft out, Rawllngs to J. Miller. TWO RirNS, THREE HITS. EIGHTH rNNING. PHILADELPHIA Meusel out, Rapp to Kelly. Wrtglitstone out. i .rlsch to Kelly. IL Miller filed to Walker. NO RUNS, NO HITS. GIANTS Frisch filed to MruseL Young grounded to J Miller. Kelly popped to Wrlghtstone. NO RUNS, NO HITS. NINTH INNINQ, PHILADELPHIA King went to rirht field for the Giants. Williams lout, Rapp to Kelly. J, Miller mil ..y. ,0 Kelly. Wheat out, Toneyvhrr during the week to took to Kelly, NO RUNS. NO HIT i. The Evening World. Copy of Each Comic Will Be Reprinted on Want the Series in Your Home or Your Golf Club. Address ROOKLYN BEATEN BY B0ST0Nr9 TO 3, Dodgers Use Four PitcheYs in Etlort to Down Braves in First Game. BOSTON (N.) iii ni nnnmn n unnr n oLUbblNb hAWlt r li po a Powell, cf 1 0 3 .0 Ilarbure, ss 3 3 1.1 South worth, rf 2 2 1 i- CriiibC, If I 3 5 0 Cucck 1, 3b 2 2 0 5 Holkc, lb 0 I 11 0 Ford. 2b 0 I 3 1 Gibson, c 0 0 3 1 Scolt, p 0 0 0 Totals 9 12 27 9 BROOKLYN . r Olson, ss I Johnston, 3b 0 Grilfiih, rf 0 ' (N.) m 5 0 2 I 10 2 2 I 0. 0 0 0 0 0 Z. Wheat, If 1 Konetchy, lb I ' Myers, cf 0 Kilduff, 2b 0 Krueger, c 0 Mamaux, p. . . 0 rjajicy p' n jyj0j,ar', 1 q Hood, rf 0 Miljus, p 0 Mitchell Totals 3 9 24 16 5 Nela batted for Bailey In third Inning. Hood batted for Mohart In seventh Inning. Mitchell batted for Miljus In ninth Inning. Left on bases Brooklyn, 2; Boston, 8. Two-base hits Cruise. Three-base hits Olaen. Sacrifice hits arifflth, Soutbworth and Cruise. Stolen bases iBocckeL Johnston, Bonthworth and Boockol. Double plays Kllddff to Ol son to Koney, Ford to Barbara to Hnlke, Olsnn to Kilduff. Baen on halls Off Mamaux, 1; Bailey, I; off Mo hart, 1 off Scott 1. Struck out By Mamaux, 0; BalJey, 1; by Scott 2. Hit by pltchcm By Mohart (Gibson). Hits Off Mamaux, 2 In one-half In ning. BOSTON, May 20. The Dodgers went down to defeat In the morning gamo at Braves Field by a score of 3 to 3. The Boston team assumed tho lead In the opentnc Inning when they slammed four ruin over the plate. Mamaux was pitching at the time for the Dodgers and after three runs had been sent over he waa replaced by Bailey. The Braves alto took kindly to the second Brooklyn twirlers of ferings and slammed tho ball ail over the lot Brooklyn used four mounds, men, Mohart and Miljus also work ing. Scott pitched the entlro game for Boston. Wrndall to Coaeh at WITIIams, WILLI AM8TOWN, May 10, Percy Wendell, former Harvard back field star, will succeed Joe Brooks ss coaeh of tho Williams football ' team next fall, so cording to an announcement mado to day. trooks goss to Columbia to assist Ttiirk- n'Nell. Wendell, who oeaehed l .. is.. tl i j txpeatwi ever the gri'und, New Golf Comic by "VIC" Alt1 T Hllf ar-arclklr VOU HAD TH 'FORM Or A CHCK EVANS-Go ON AH PGOVE IT DOC I FIRST GAME RESULTS. NATIONAL LEAGUE. At N York Hutu (. - i I'll, tptila li ft I li 0 0 0 ; (llfiniA .. . . lot l o o ' II ft I l 0 0 0 0 ' HttliTi"ir.luV.K'll. !lm.i2fl.Kr. HftLi WliMt, Timiij mut MnilUi. Al IkMlmi. I Jlrooklyn . ., 1 0 n 1 0 1 0 li O ' luotuu i i ii n o :: ii i lttttoruti Miniiut. 1W1U. tolrfxt Krik'LT, 6itt aifl !llon M -ulluclr hicce-i n (i 0 o o o n n i l'tltiLMtriri 4 ii a i l u 0 1 -t:i I l!tt-nn York siul O'Parnil: Vina .ui 1 At rimjnniti. M. lia. . . . l 1 tlirinniLti 1 I' lUttmi ! ooooo I (i o a l o o Chimin; Napiir l- n o- i IVIrwn, AMERICAN LEAGUE. At WUlnjton' ikC4, .... 1 0 10 0 0 oooo anil rV.Vwi : 0 0 o o AkxU 0- 1 1- 1 ';. iMton . 0 0 llvtiirta OiKin o;imlr. At rhl)vIol)h: notion I . " 0 IMilLilrlplilt .nil llittvnoi 'I ltom.iliwn II 0 II I) II t I 0 0 2 llt.l IIU.I, I'flTf 0-1 I II aiitl IVik n. At Iktroit. r-i... .i.i.i . . . o (i 0 n o I ." II ii. 11 I 0 O - fi fZltli.r an.l lit'trn.t i " " i lUttprln. VnlW.i hI O'NmII It.Wn. At (SiUiifO; ... SI IKiU S 1 ! 3 1 r,nw-o o n o i o i lttt.Ti- 4Htoi ami mttitvIJ: Tarim o i n ii ii ,(i o a Kirf ind 3 STANDING OF THE CLUBS NATIONAL LKAGOK. Clubi. Pittiburah Nt Vert, Broskljn ., Bottoa .... W. L. PC. ..29 1 0 . 721 .21 13 .6)1 ..20 20 .W0 ..17 It .411 CliiUl. W. U. Clllcign .. .15 IS St. Leol 14 U ptiilamiihl.. 21 Clntlimll ...14 29 GAMES YESTERDAY. At llrooklm- . . B. II. K. CMIadflphU .... 10110000 0- 1 0 1 llniokljn .... 00100000 0-1 9 J llttttilw lllnl. llniMr ""i W.t; Hmlli wl Tirlur. I SlM1'7 10 I 204-2 JO- II 3 Ckl-ao OOOOCIO0 01 7 0 lliilrrl' nrlwln inl ClNiiona, U.nln. Jiavi tuit KlUK.r, O'Futrll. At I'lminuatl- .... , IMiuinirak ....mlioonj 0--1 H t tanrlniitl ...O000UO30O0101 4 1J 3 TlilrUm lnnlm lUtUflw Hamilton. I'lmdn, Catlxin and ScJimldli Cenrol-. KUfj and llariiavr. AMKKIOAN LKAGUE. CloM. W. L. CLnlana- ....27 I) Naw York, ...21 14 PC. 17S .122 .! ,J7 Club,. Ooatan ... St. Laull. W. U ...14 17 ...17 22 ...II 21 PC. .432 .431 .417 Dltrolt 2J 20 Waglattaa ..II 20 Chleaao Phlltdilahla. 12 24 .US N GAMES YESTERDAY. At'poln (ItMlMl- li. 11 & rklladfliAla 01011000 V 4 10 I Naw fork 11100 11)1 I 0 U 0 IlalUrlo-Knfa and rrklna. Krwwn. Shrrtun and rV-hAAf. Al IXVolt . Chlraira ODdOOlSl 01 7 1 IMM vi I 0 1 4 2 0 0 J- II 0 HUUTt WUklnautlrtn.1 YlTjan; llnlltaf and PaMlrr. It'ulrm 0 0SO0 S-H t 0 Waaklnitm 1 0 0 2 i l-4 U 0 liatirrl-'Ofr'i. Karr and Itui mdmxi and Uhirrlll. Game raJIM rod atila uraiu J rain. CWtMd'?,7. 2 5 0 0 0 2 0 2ft 11 U J ttTlm ... . . . 0 0 4 0 0 0 J 0 - V U 3 llaUertM- L'W and U'NrUll Skwkrr, Kulv and ROBINS ELEVEN BEAT BRAZILIAN SAILORS. The soccer players of Robins Dry Iock team, this year's nntlonal chwn plons. drfeatH an elvven from thn Br illlan battleship, Mlnas Oerses, by the seorp of 4 gnsls to 1. at Todd Field, In Brooklyn, yesterday. A a result ot thflr victory the Robins added to their store of trophies the Cup Maranhao. named after one of the provinces of Ilrsxll and donated for the occasion by Lieut. H. Macftavao or the visiting ship. Five hundred sailors turned out to cheer on their comrades, and tho ship's band played lively airs throughout the contest, which drew a falr-miea crowa, The sailors started off well and twtc deprived their opponents of pojoilon of tha hall. TV,'1'' nhots. howovor, went wild. Th" 'onnl ohamptons had much the o of It In eomblnatlone and scored (Irnt whon Ratloan landed In the far corner of the net off a pass by Ilasls, The stums pair were renpon1ht for th next goal, but this tlras lloarfo nl tod the ball. Ten minutes frnm hall Hard Paper and Mailed to Eve. Sporting 1Edi tor, Evening World. J AW, You D suce. m we- ' WERE Alt tUVQ - KE.EP1N QUIET 'Lt NEVER. Me LP YOO MAKE. A DEO EST bRIVG. WEEP YOUR MEAD DQUN DOC -YVSOT A IN YOUR Neck; r- YANKEES DEFEAT SENATORS 2T0 1 E Collins on the Mound Holds Washington Scoreless for tight Innings. . IN MORNING GAM New York all. r. Iih. po. a. c. IVcklnpnuKh. h. . . 4 1 0 I 2 0 MeNnlly. 'Jb 5' 1 I 2 2 0 Until, I. f 1 0 2 1 0 0 I'ipii. lb 6 0 1 J 0 0 Meusel. r. f 4 0 0 3 I 0 Hawks, c. f. J 0 0 t 0 0 Ward, nil 2 0 2 1 0 0 Hchang, c 2 0 0 8 0 1 Collins, p 4 0 1 0 2 0 Totals '...33 2 7 27 7 1 Washington. all. r. bh. po. a. e. Judge, lb 3 0 0 S 2 0 Harris. 2Tj 3 0 3 2 1 0 Rice, C. f 3 0 0 I 0 0 Brower, r. f. 4 1 1 0 0 Miller. I. f 4 0 0 4 0 0 ! hanks, lb .j. 2 0 0 1 2 0 Gharrrty. C. 4 0 0 S 0 0 O'Rourkc. e. s 2 0 1 3 i 0 Acmtu, p r 2 0 0 I 2 0 Milan 1 0 0 0 o 0 Courtney, r 0 0 0 0 1 0 Totals 2 I 4 27 12 0 SSBatted for Aoqpta In the sev enth Inning. Nnw York lot ooo wu z kVnshlngton 000 000 .001 1 Two-base nns Jiuin, Stolen bases MdNally, Plpp. bncn f Ices-Harris, Sluinks. Double ploys Judge to O liourke; jnousei wi Pcckltipaugh. Loft on (baacs New Yonk. "11; Washington, t. Base on balls off Acosta, 4; off Collins, 4; off Courtney, 2. Hits off Acostn, In 7 Innings; off Courtney, i in j in nings. Hit toy pltchor by Acost KcIiuiie). Struck out -toy CoiunN ; by Acosta, lfhy Courtney, 1. Wlia pitch ACOBia. tXJBinK pnwini Acosta. .umpires imiini ana v,uni. Time of game, 2.05. WASHINGTON, May J0.Tbe YnnUeos defeated WsjWnrton in tho morning gamo 2 to L "Rrp Collins occupied the mound for the Now York team and held Washington scorrfess fn, ,.ih lnnlners. He weakened a bit In the final inntr bnt the Sena tors were able to send but one run over th pan. The Ynnkees scored tn the first period. Pec -walked, MnNnlly went out on a short fly to centre and when Ruth doubled. PeoJt stopped at third. Plpp then hit to Harris, who threw the New York first baseman out at first. Peck scoring on the play. Another run wss added In the third stanza. MoNally singled and Ruth sent a long fly to Mirier. McNally took third on Plpp'a single to right. Meusel fouled to Shanks. As HawVs ptopped to the plate Plpp started for second and reached tho bag. MoNally In the meantime started for homo and completed a successful double steal Catcher Fred Hoffman, the Yan kee's star backstop, rejoined tho team after the' game. He had been attending the fnneml of his brother who died at St. Louis last wsok. time Daptlsta, outside lsft for the nr. silUns. broka through and negottutiid a .WW to l long snet, mixing mo score i favor of ths Robins. After iia.tr an hour's Dtav In the second half flweeney scored for the Robins, sn-1 Ave mlniiVs later Itatlean drove tn an ' ABOUT- FISH AND FISHERMEN By William E. Simmons. HIGH WATER. KMt. IU. A.il. I'.JI. A.M. I'.tL ,. 1 tl 3 00 l.lt 111 .. 1.13 l.SJ 1.10 1.1T hiii atu. A.M. t'M. in TUM.. It. iurw. Wd. I, Tliur. 2. J. II : II 3.31 s.17 4 on 4 11 4 41 St 3.01 3.11 6.11 0 03 &.M an au in e.Jt v T.JT I.IK 1.10 1.11 .ii v. m. . luaura aunrtud Uma. IIM aails-l Aild Am kotif for dtr- Fair, mild temperature, moderato 4 ' southwest and south winds is the. weather prediction for to-day, '" One spot was taken In Jamaica Bay last week. Lost season the spot af forded great sport. It came un usually early and of unusual size for this locality. Things are not always as thoy seem, nor as they should be. Throe veteran ' anglers, bearing that herring had ap peared in Jamaica Bay, went down there last Saturday prepared lo d' slaughter them. However, It was the 'J anglers, not the herring, that were ' ' slaughtered. There was not a herring In sight. Sea flounders and blaokfish conven ing about the bell buoy off Rockaway Inlet aro In danger ot annihilation. Members of tho United Anglers' Ixinime will descend on them j Wednesday In tho motor boat Marlon i or tJhecpfthcad Bay. ITIo party will , Include Frank P. Hilton, John W McDonald, "Tho Professor," Julius Rosenberg nnd Robert Frldcnbcrg, Tho editor of this yilumn will go , along to preserve order. It Is riling for a man who has Just j, paid 40 cents a pound for Itve (but not so very live) lobsters In ,n New . , York fish market, to read that lobster fishermen along the East Coast have 7 sturok against tho prlco ot 4 a hun dred, or 4 cents a pound, paid by tho (, ,' wholesale buyers. Tho Ilsh busl- , noss seems to be one of the Industries whero the middleman exerts a kick In both directions. Trout llshermon on Eastern streams , are to be congratulated If they arc near any of tho waters that havo , been stocked In recent years with ( steclhcad trout. This fish, native to tho mountain steamers of the Far West, has been brought East In large numbers and Is a welcome addition to tho other species of trout found here. The steelhead leaps high out of water tho minute ho feels tho barb ot mu hook, and as ho runs from four tof fifteen pounds In weight and Is a tire less fighter he insures a high Jade , of sport for those lucky enough to find him. , Tho Increasing popularity of plug emuilni. fnr blne.V bass is nownere btter evidenced than at the tackle, counters of the leading sporting goods stores. It soems as If tho weird fan cies of all the designers of tnckle In the world have been directed to tne promotion of new and amazingly shaped and colored plugs. Bouio of them never will catch a Ilsh that lias any sonse at all, but tho old rr.llu cnlc standbys axe still to be had When a man has oncii hooked a four, pound bass that seems to have been walling like an outfloWcr to get un der tho plug Just as It hit tha wa ter he In IlkeJy to be a confirmed plug caster for the rest of his fishing days. One of the most encouraging signs of the general recognition of the no cesslty for Ashing In tho life or tne normal mun Is scon in the increasing Interest being taken by tho railroads In getting fishing Information before their patrons. Many of tho roads which tap good fishing country are bnckward In this respect, but notable exceptions aro the Northwestern and the Canadian Pacific. Tho former will supply full Information about fishing everywhere In tho Mlddlo West, nn4 the-latter has a corps of men who do nothing else but check up on Cana dian fishing conditions, guides, enmps and other useful Information. Many American fluhcnnen on their first trip Into the Canadian lake and river country have been amarod at Uie com pleteness of tho Information supplied by the Canadian Pacific Railroad, nnd have contrasted this policy with the rather indifferent attitude of the American roads Now tiiat the United States Government has undertaken a campaign to attract tourists to the national parks, it Is to be hoped that a goneral movement for tho dissemi nation by the railways of accurnts fishing data will follow. A VACATION INVESTMENT Ton don't blow tn yotir money wnen you buy a Har-ley-Davidson. It Is an In vestment. Yon have the moat economical pleasure) and on asset you can tell at any tlmo for almost Its original cost, Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Wrttp for catalogue or come In today and pick out your Harley-Davidson. All models on exhibit at onr showrooms. Baiy Paymtnti tf Csslrad Open WorUnf Pai freta S A. M. la 9 r. !. 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