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WAR OF THE SOX
TO CAPTURE FLAG
RAGES WITH FURY
Pitchers Will Decide Out
come of Fight Between
Chieago and Boston.
Bj H'.Nk O'NEILL.
The War of the Sox for the posses
stoa el the ehasspiaashii is ragmg
,M'.h saabated fary Ib the Amer.can
League. The HSSMS of Carrigan. which
has taken fst ita imbleni the flaming
hose , : the Baaas of Row
sHogiaaes to the
Bt each other's
,,-? the Titar.s and
-me hold the interest
Igkout the country.
Whcr, thfl iMt word has been writ
u? ?, | argumeat on the speed
IU Sl d his climb in the
?fmgefl h?s been refuted.
, . Joe .lackson and Ray
Schalk hare received their credit. thej
,_? 0f that battle for the pennant]
n.pend Bpon the pitchers. In thc
?or the flac which il now on thc
? moundsmen are to be more
. boys who wear the
nai!i.,"u-th. thc giant icft-haniler.
chte bc feared at the bat
,.he uuc!:
tor, ths hero of o
, and Cari hlays are men i
, .*!,. Maysii one of
?he hai reeriee of the saaaaa.
eeured dat I :,r"'>;.
training period to act si
tcher. but he haa de
! TrT. ftv
so far. ar.d witn tifty
odd n ' ' ,''
to bring the total bb ta
"'' Jr
*ea?o 'rcr,'"
enced ? ?*ondm?'
their bi *~ ,'
then ' are m0"
. u, _. IT
\ I nrni.dahle Mafl.
Urbaa Poher. G ?
< hi
BO means
te sox
stanch. ' supporter
ntured
nent one war
with
i, but
:' .h'.
d better fl
I
than
;- , ? , i ,.?
Thursdsv B
of four. ard performed the feat IB a
convincing IBBBBOr. There IS nothing
in club fie ding. and Ra
Schalk. of the White Box,
mwl ,.? both teami to wia hu w?y,*?j?
'be a? **?'
eaa and Fe 'l the i ^* r. .
ln the
. represeatative ther.m.
"actor m the pennsni
lide of the ri
? *\?
old Athlc
-
tine average, haR mounted until he is
in a '
i the top. I nable to
mee1 tbe ball with any derres of suc
i ollina ?u_
,,,.,;;.. broke out is ? batting fury.and
i. bo. ? mark. Oaly
once ln his major league eareer has
( ollina hit below that figure. H<
clared by men i or' ,?s old
Athletie*" to be the .martest player on
the diamond to-day. and undo.ibtedly
hc il one of thfl reasons for the H
pt the White Sox.
Sehedule May Aid.
tckedulfl may be of some
ancfl to tle White Sox. When thev re?
turn to Cfcieago sfter their next East*
rri. tria, wl leh will start on next
Wednesday, I '^th the Red So*
at Fenway Park, Bowlaad*s men will bs
"at home "from September 1 to 'he end
0f thi icept for a four-game
with the Indiani in t le ?
laating from September 2_ to 0
The Red Sox will be
awav from Fenway l'ark from Septem?
ber l to September 25, im
during that ume thry will play srerj
team in the leag'ie.
Baeton Bympathisers are not nppre
hensive on* this score. The KC
? I themselves qn
tive abroad as at home. and. appi
ing the grim battle on thrir hand*. ask
for no more quarter than they Will give.
u Itb ssren of the eight An ?
League teasu locked \n the mad em*
? ?
for a championship basi ball pen?
nant, it Is ne woi.dei thal tl e turn
licking In a ma
-
?
the Ked Sox have taken thfl ll
riiy te be o
\ou the 81 Louis 1 < mak
i,i,i. aad whe sha.1
|] nOt lead '
the tepmOBl height*? Rifl
Mound
ball in the league. Vo to snd includ?
ing Tl gamo with I
whieh thev won, the Brown- had capt?
ured nineteen out of theii last twenty
pne game*. They are wiu>in striking
distance of the leader , v.d i! that
..oiH.irful drive can be nunntamed tne
_lone* of the old St LOUIS Brown* of
the da\ of Charley Comiakey may be
levived.
It may be that the tnbe of Jones is
Bpurtiag, and. having expended its fury
in thia etfort, Will fail back mto tlie old
mt Then, again, it flsai be th? hand
of Joi ofl flhowlag itself. He i
the <? hicugo White Sox alon^ on their
raeord run of nineteen eo_r_eeoti*/e rie
and led them to the
American Liague pennant and uln
niateiy to the worid'fl chatnp.oi.*liip. He
instill'ed the spirit of ftght Into the St
L?uis Feds last year. and urged them
on te within u fea poiaU of thc t bl
(?m VYhaleo.
Phil Ball has Offered a bonus of
16,000 to the players if they I. ad the
[ta?i* for one day, and perbapi he may
be called upon to divide that meloti.
Ti.e law of compensation bai worked
out agala. Earlj Is the season the
Brown* were the victims of a triple
,.la\ made by Buck Weaverand Jai
Pournier, of the Chieago White Sox.
(ln August i' 'hev made a triple killui_
.Kait..*t the Waflhinatoi Senatora, w ??
laee to Seiin d to I ll ?' | te Wallace
Scots Prepare for Soccer.
rny < _>> le Tt* Ti Mii . 1
London, Aug. It The Beettish
League ooccer football con
begin next Saturday. when a full
ule of game* will be decided. Tht Eng
lish Learue fleajon will open on Sep?
tember 2. I
Five Star Twirlers Who Have Boosted Red Sox Into First Place
Folwetl Plans
To Develop Big
Team for Penn
Quakcr Coach Holds That Small
Men Often .Make Great
dridiron Players.
Bob ?
of Pe; " ,lir
idea ft ?
my of the
tif* fellow:
to gfte all ?
t.iid the ehai He
? little
? ?
the football field, nami
. ow, who played ek at
Amherst four jears and never welghed
more than 118 ponadl Ifl hia football
Dartn onth, who
was ne3'er much above 120, and Gaa
Welsh, of who
played foui yeara and nevi
and*.
When talking of Ins plani to dev-lop
.
"1 will gWe a .
who turn? out Sixei I ? ouni ? ith
n.e. You ca:i r. iver tell bi
man i- ? of the boys
inklin '
:
ej Kemmii .
Lou Little are fool ing with the enarg
inf* machine. The offlcial eall, however,
is for September 11. at which tin
?
"Thc; practice
?
to motor (ut to wateh a a ill
he welcome. I will decide <>n th
brnc by the
end of thi
thirty-live play.-'
h qUi';, ? bfl Howard lft i ?
iv, hfl maj bfl Bryanl of ft
Bc may
BC -ome f? How ? not
i play football. I will
? ? of Ymcent Stei
beeame the greateal qaarterback of hia
The eall to arm* issued by the i
has heen tenl far afield to l'<*n Den
in North Dakota, and to Howard
'?rder.
WHITE SOX SH0RTST0P
CHANGED HIS MIND
?on Tcrry. now flhortfltop
the < hicago Amerieaaa, il one
never. in ali bia life,
played lir
... . isd-oul
h and through, refufling <????
M,iiv i . ... record by aa moch as
?Tll-r h.ft .
There have heen foa
. limbed thi i i i th?
? '
a i.o- Ai
la.i. who played io good a
, ? hia Bggrei -
l.os Angeli
lumped lo
ied to show such b
. thal he "madi
team as ihortfltop in hii freah
man J i
Natural ly Ihe publicitv that came to
Zeb through Mfl coilege ha-chall
brougbl ?- of minor league c.uft
who aen anxioai ta pi-rsuade tl
to flign ? contract.
"Notl il g doing!M hfl declared. with a
.? rried canfiction.
throux:
: ... Ugelei Bet, oai
all I'l! sav it, I am tn-* going to ambfl
ifl profi lehali.
Hut It'fl a w*ia? mu:i arho ia
ehangei hi? mind. Terry prove I
.: .on by fa
v.ctim tO tie eonrincing ari*um.
DilloBi 'hen Bt the head of the
I I - A-,.-. Ie* team. owned by . Hi nrj
Berry. Terry ha.l loai Bchool
th? fall of 1914. but last sea-on ??>
i.-t at the hard taflh af
makini.' goed la his newly choacfl pru
fflsflioa.
NEWBURY AUTUMN CUP
CAPTURED BY ABOUKIR
Bj > I
Nowhury. Eagiaad, Aug
Kewbur) Autunjri Cup of 12,500 was
ui.-! ta-daj bi ?V Baphael'i 81
with Stevc Donoghufl in the ifl
?MOtid
Brown II, ridden bj Bi d ng, I
th J Bmj h up, was
threi '
rweaty-4 >? were n
f0I thi-' handieap. I
hor*e* faced the starter The >?
\... ?... ? . to i; Brawa II. ' t<>
l, nnd bjiaa*, B la 1. The wianei was.
traincd by H. Pcr.-se.
JHE
0_Ri
%U Grdnhand
Rice
Ballade of Heroes.
(Boh Eraslie ha just coiiclueled his 26th year s
umpire. i
;> . g 4*14 U ths !.'"
i entered upon Fai
When '?? fof) checked ?
/?,., //., d " his rn ghty thrall,
Franet crepi ont nt the pa*.
And medal* were p nned ea o/s <i'. <i>.<i,><i ei
? tht greateot hero of ti ? n all?
the entry that get* my vote!
Tie Trooper fmeet tht okmpuoFo sjm
,\.id i>c it ft hero beyond racaU;
?i grm death in ''?? i ? \d;y fi
7"o ,'/.'?.? gottr Ufe at the country'* ?
?, o pn gtt r ,'""'.'
?, , i o, ce for " |
. /?'/. W o/ Honor tl fail;
i: ?/ En tlie'* thi fettou ?>??? <r ' V <
//, mted and suafed, d_ i
;-o,- a tfWmserad ifeefcs -g fa 'i -"/"""'i,
Branded a thiej '?'< caZIed / i
. / on . /,,,.,', d on i oel ptf?*/,< d
., ii ta (as biting tcrawl,
Ont and Only Ett rnal G I
Come, ."?? '""''-? and crowd Ihe ttall
/? ?/. ./,.,, thal ... sfi .'
,-, ' . flowered G
By ?;,, Se ? ? St" ' rt tht grt ai hull i <
Oo with tho laurel from Pall to Mail?
Emolie'a the cntrj that gcte my va ? l
AB umpire for twenty-five years and still alivr and lairly
eheerful! Thc combincd inus of the OBivers. ibould be
doffed to Mr. Emalie.
No me has yet heen able to manulacture armor for a
battlesbip thst ii Impregaabls aml isspeaetrahle. What
about a bsttleship made from the hide of sn nmpii. arbo
eould hut twentj tive campaigBS.
Who'll V- in thc Flag
II ;..i ean tell wh ,
Shore av' /.. onai d i. I '''
II | ? ref
"
T (
Who ha* tho otu$ hat it ? .rutl t
? , tre and Rulh,
Carl and Emeei and Bo ?? and Dntch.
H*re is one BBI ?er to the
- i lerelaad sMaxaader
?? here ne sthi i ;
., SO
Rie G. U. G.
mM | v '.< igus who desenrei I -
titl ? of ii. 0. <?. i be Grand Old l His
Plank.
Sot ,, . all; strong | on forty-two sad
b leftkandei al ? sometfclag more tkaa
under tke ?
te Satarday, he hai allowed, if ws reeall tbe Bgaras,
? ,, for ' is game sad one hit*for sn
other.
'
|us< to get tbe Gettysbari to a ?" ? i '?'?
_nd if Fielder Jones <
.... you ean ? rit* lown
_? iti oi ? Brou nifl ? . tor* ?
Maxims of the Nineteenth Hole.
It *lia!l come to BBSI that some day a duffer pliall
t ? ai lf and eheerfally admit he arai 10 strokei
better than his normal gam<
And on that day the hearOBS shall fail and tho Seven
dry up sad thi sarth bs reatasunder.
Special Dope.
timi the Brooklyn Rob ni and the Boston Braves
have eoneluded their ?uper-eroocii I er ? we may al! have
a fair line on where the National LeagBS pennant Ifl to
flutter.
Anrl then sgaln we may not.
Welsh vs. White.
It has taken Freddic Welsh a trifle over
offer ? real def his title, bai he ha* eoi
firal i laas toi I Bt laat.
There ma* b tome srgumept .i1 I
i .. ? ,rd or Dundee ia the better man, bat bi the ?
amon ?.of ehallsagi rs i - - 'nen'
d te canter for Bweeney a
mistfl. ? hsrllfl >'? ? ilBcii i
? . ' there es
m ai I ? bo ? 'ind the lightweigbt ;
Our original hope and dream of a World Berie
i bi !,. tween Cinc rmsti
'. Louis. But . te -ompromi
aad Brooklyn. Up i <*ow"
with tho ariatecratfl ot *w;.t.
? may be OCCSfliOBI whSB tbe Bfl tOH Bed BOX 00
not look te bs th" be I I sll elub aarl L Bat
you crowd them iato a eorner where I
helandnomi-11
"\\ ould you ral for I ? >r- "
ll. ',. . . ?', r . ?
tkesjTu
:
lll i luk Iti .':?-? ? | B
v> i r, if you are lookiag foi sn si
place ii . -
BROWNS IN MAD RUSH
FOR TOP OF LADDER
The St. i/ouis Rrown? are mafciflg ?
rna 1 rush for the top of the American
League pcreentaKe column, nnd have
aatahliahed a ioaeon'i record af thir?
teen con.-ecutive vietone
reason for the success of tbe
team Ifl the fact that the men have
? - . ft m the baaehall park.
lt hai been s? nabearably hot in the
Mound ( ity thal the playera could not
sleep for more than an hour or so in
B iinrht. Thev complained, and Fioldel
Jones conceived the idea of pitching
in the bail park and ba**iag the
bo>* get their rest there.
A litl n -..rch into the baseball
life of rie'.dci Jones wi'.l re.eal the
fact that hi ? taaau lararl il
rt toward the top dunnc* the
; ?
wh.ch uflaall- eonfliflts of a pre
? . re from ten
?bt i "??oi ? ?
tagai ol
? Pederala, Jone* 'e.l hii boya an
a rletoi : trip, patl ag * igether
?V ? rt,-- i coBsecatira rletariae, whirh
put the rerriera Ib tha peaBjaal hun:.
where they sftayed the remainder of
the year, loBir.j* the flag by less than a
point.
WATTY MIGHT HAVE
BEEN A HAL CHASE
Matty is alwsyfl there with a laugh
win n ha ia aakeo about hii i
cape from becoming a tirst baae man
Hlfl eonversion
mto a I ral baa* raaa, almost, wa- .iue
?Imply to the faei that he had hap
p, bc I to bil ?'? ' ? B] Ic of home runs.
It immediately OCCaiTOd to the ta
brain . *her: handling the Qiantfl
. man who battcd home runs ou;rht
to be m thei ? ??' -i j daj afltead af
only OBCfl or twice a week, and so
Matty vafl notifled thal he woald h vet
to take up nrst basing. Before the
changfl Of plan- had --or.r very fai.
there was a ehaage i and
Matty refurr.ed to pitching without any
further talk ahout hi* playing tirst
programme'announced
for u. s. golf tourney
Howard F. Whitney, Boeretary
, ? ,- ,.?
' ?- al prn/ramrm*
? laeaad
annua; ima mhip of
?? I big irney
will be played ? ? twe ?*"ur
the Mei l ??' ' ? Ha arford,
Penn., begil ptegl?
be* :. a th 1 88-h ?'? raallfylag round,
and ending on the following Satarda**.
The thirty-two lo? ICOrOfl will qualify
for the champrTonship.
PLANK'S UNiaUE WAY
AMUSES THE FANS
"I hav !'? ? nj thj* way for
sixtee-. iaid Eddifl Plaah, 1
to taah ti ?? ??? her day '?>?
ping otf the rabher before delivering
the bail. Bddie'i >a\ ii unfojue, bow
e\i r, a- flrell a- r.re-. :...-. mi that hv
Hii indli
but i:
Maclnnan'i roalii ? ;-i delivery >
?
li tchei :
to baa :?; half > rele, fa battei and
? uith
r.^ht fool te tn in I
eijrht ' ft;i; 1 l- ifthvered to
batter. tuck.< in shirt wfth -ver*. I
bai! pitehed. gaaafl lata iki over ?
ba?e <>n evrry called bail, dil li
inaaginary peable in pitcher*i bo\
averj time batter hai three balls ir.d
<>ne -trike or thtee and
Roquc Dates Announced.
I ition o f
\i ? ? ea ha? **!<*?? -t ol *
\'.< i'?r the , la) | ? ?
?? -
the org
There wil! he tl I I d the
II be
BWarded te the winners.
A -j - ... test, kaaan aa the
"Aiiar | pri ?? tt < .ntest." will also
be staged with a mallet trophy to be
played for uuder -.pccial ruies.
New York Y. C,
Cruise Best Ever,
Say Yachtsmen
lilcna. Owned by M. F. Plant,
Ctrried Off Honors in tho
SchGOIter Class.
IJ: I tPTAIN J WH i Bl MMKRS.
Vacl o have just reiunied
the New York Yacht
lies: .->nc
they ha\e ever taken paii ia, both from
. itandpoint In
eluding tha totoi and King'a <up con
:i .ir.- regardod erery >car
' the cruise
there - iuadro:i *uns, iti which
to fu.ty-rive yachts
I ' eh day for the trophi*.-. of
club, tho fiag effieera aad
ln all o' the-. the competi
fton - among the
' and the "'hir
? . one-d<
1; 11 k0 | ? | aad balll by tha
. -i Nat Her
ii i
pii p endid
?ehoon r ? o i Herraahoff creatiofl, ol
carried off the honors
?? -*ptariaa>t*oth
I toi Con .aid the
. ., mucl biggei and
?Borc powerful than th* pthera that in
. ?. in which ahe can M
'.,.,,. a-o .. thirty to forty mile
Ford to gtofl 'hem
d I ' ?' Ihem.
l>tor < p ii I81J aad
ft.'i...
?:. (BB wan
class.
bul !??
two to 1 ? ?
?tandfl
ner in thr ichooner
von the Commodore ?
Cup ii ty-two-mile rai on Aa
POfld Ba) t l Matta
, Maaa. She alao won m her
um from Mattapoiaett, to
Newport, aad ihe waa aecond that day
Elena, arhieh ichooner won the
Vii !?-'!ommodore'? Cup.
M. Baldwin'a ichooner, r!y
rly the Ba liaat, did
.... lenl work during the cruise,
the eapturii g of the
Conitn ? for th< and di
rj the Bear Com
the same i
na did thi
nalng
iccond and flfth of the
ron runa. Th? other two were
., , :-. w Earl Dodge'fl Bamarl ar.i
Knrry Payne Whitnejra Barbara. Dr.
Jamea Bishop'i Pampare captured two
! b runa ai I one each
'? Jei iea and the
'1 he Barbara woa alao one of
nm >dore'i and on< ' b ?lea
.1 the Zilph a
eup.
rd off
ihe h< ng he "tbirtjee,'* for
u ?
?
of the rear
" Kuleokampff'i
? *?'. !.. Riehardflfl
E. ii i're:
run
: ? ?
per
Corneliue
\ || . . ? bi aailed
? n ? his son,
"Xeel; rbilt. 9h< won vrt ty
one, and "
? ? tied with th w iaaome. She
Af ? | i iee-eom
,.', eup foi ? !:vis:on of
ry ehallenge eapa
? e ? ?? ??? v" Leamona and
? i . of the Alumi ' ?' an cups by
ri-- [II.
ARBANGE PRGGRAWME
^0?. WOMEN G9LFERS
Chlc igo, Aug, 1' aaa for
? aua] champiun-hi;> of the Worn
. . w. .? ? kaa rclatioB, which
.ii! be held at tht Kent ("ountry ' lub,
tlrr.nd Rapm-. Mich., Augu*t -1 to 'ih,
? ? made public to-day.
The qaalifyiag round will be p!a>ed
Aagaal 21, ? of ilxteea ach
-,. ? .. ,'? hmii ionship, Kent
hhiea. The
, viil! he played Au
nd h fljaallfyiag roun.i at
, . . led te
- Aagaal 2d
rhe s,.c.,i d af tl aain flichti
I tha An roa id foi 'he eonaolation
? ri ?iii be held. Ban -
?rill be reached AatBBi 24, aad
aala on the follawla| day. A
mixed foursome handieap will conclude
the tournament. p- - i
Speaker Still in Front
BB_I'-1D>>BS(
Robertson Slips Back
Ty Cobb Advances Into
Second Place in Ameri?
can League.
A Hem chase ll a long chaae, and
wlth Tris Speaker booming along M
front, pulling away siowly but surely.
many a wcary knot separates Ty Cobb
from the leadership in the Amerir m
League. Ty hai advanced into BSeoad
place, gaining three point-, on hfs last
week'.- average, but Speaker made a
correfponding gain, and thc relative
positions of the men remain unchanged.
The Texan pointa to his average of
.'i_0 with pride Cobb rtowfl a mar_
of .349 with alarm.
George Sisler Ifl advancing as tne
sca.oti wanes This wonder workman
ol the rampant Browns is hitting an
even .300, and, judged from the la*t
couple of week., will mount itill higb
sr. He gained four points laal *fek.
Babe Ruth continues to hold his plaee
in tho batting lists, and la v-v abov*
the charmed mark. The St. Louis
Brown*. who are setting the leajru* OB
fire. arc not high in club batting
averarce.*, nor i? their collective tiel .
mi? average high. Baseball is .layed
on the held, however. and not on the
record book. and a few error* are not
retarding the tribe of Jones.
The averages include the men who
have played in tifteen games or mote
up to and including Augu.*t 10.
si_?raadekn >? 0.0 ? 9 * B OM. Ai
sp.._.-r. r_T.ia_d.io. .-:< n i?4 ?-. j" *'?
l.rbh. I .Iroll. I'i0 M :, J II M <:
Cbk-SflO.. IM lll 01 lal II '
i.tiarrt .. Uajh . .'( 4 ?>
Mulllli. N>* Vork. 13 "1 I *_ ,j ,
? ??*!and. . . *1 -' J '? v- '? *i ;
> rawford. I'.troit , ?. lll " '? ' f ',
D*U M 4
-.. , ies?e 44 lil : 4? t i
Kutti B,..-oti ... 44 kl II t* fl <
BlU-S IM~.lt ,..l?- Ml 44 1,4 1" IJ '-I
Uslner, Boat- i il - II ? ' ','
Siiirr. 81 Le. I ? I N. lll Sl -
Rlce Ws-hlnft-O... II II* H
.aaa. l? Ml M [5] ?
lt [_S 34
lll,l|..v Ba ? ? ? ? 4?
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McCarty Leads.
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Leafrue remain* praetiraily the ??*?-.
Law McCarty la blatmg th* taaaX
pounding away at a 181 clip. ?**,,!,
Da**aa* KoberUon, the slu-f/er of >a(
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Jake Daabart, nursmjc a charley.horn
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most of hi* younger rivnls and \t *tirt?
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