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ffhite Sox Get Even
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Geraer Allows Only Three
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International League
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ANEW viewpoint on UM American frame of basshall ,. decidedly
v v.i:.-:. oft* is baeomlng i
. port .lol,., B. Poster, secretary of th- Gianti and an
.?'. colloctor of Uti odd? and end? of literature cotutected with
UM guns, tire? aomething nore! In i ktter win.-li i". receiti ?? |
Colonel Vicomte do la Panou ,c, no? in activo servir.- n, i
"It is a magnificent ?port,*1 writeg the colonel. ' I gat, healthy
rrtrenuoua and non-alcoholic--and therefore H is not surprising that
:. i- th" reerenUon preferred by a nohle and atron?; race of cool,
ir-eyed men, It la als?, g g^unc that preeminently appeals to the
militant nature.
"Periiape, in forcing war upon th? United Stat? . the Teutonic
pewi r- had i."t taken ??'pnizance of all the factors that enter into the
making of war, !.. r had tren drcamo.i of tha deciding *-*.< i?_-iit repra
sentad by the 'petite I.HIIO' of America's national gama arhi n |
by th< catapult of tha millions of muacular ama of American youl
PI g pretty tribute to the American game, and, after, all, It
i- nearlj due'the port It makes ona forge! the financial tide, UM
league pol?tica and the petty bickaringa of the magnates. The I
ha!) fan- ami the bs ebal! writer- have faec .me hypercritical becauaa
of 'lieu- familiarity ?rith insida pla) - and b id? polities ,,f th? ??ame.
They hare l"-t their perspective, -o that they cannot sa* the nm,
it appear- to the OUtlidOT.
Mut with all the quibbling, with all the cri!i?"ism an.'. \v,'h :,
dissension that have menaced baseball, the sport ha- remained clean..
Pespito the grumbling and the konoelaatic tendencies of Uti Ami
ebal] fan, the atttmdanee al baseball gamea haa steadily in.
led and ?rill continue to increase. The type of player and the I .
of baseball magnate have boen raised steadily.
Of all the profesional sport? baseball baa been kept free fri ni
scandal. That is why it baa endurad and trill endure, 'i he Am? rican
will ?tai '1 a ci rtain amount of juggling with hit politic-, a? di
of hi ?rg -onietimes peculiar, bul he In i-t- thi I
game I e kept on the "up and up." If teer then- had bi > n any manion?
i of the game of baaebtdl, it certainly .?? ? brought
out during 'ome of 'ho hitter baaebal] wars. Then UM game arould
have started to -lump.
Tin- splendid tribute from the French soldier and sportsman
should inspire in us a little m?ire appreciation for the garni thal ia dis?
tinctively ours. Certainly, it makes a baseball ci I tbei mall
and U-:
Baseball at the From
ASEBAI I. i being played now within range of the li- mian guns
in Franco. The (anadian troops have brought it to the firing
Iii g. Kehi'id the first linos, while the English troop pi??, the eternal
soccer football, Canadian nines are playing the American ajame, and
they have some spirited and inspinnp innings.
While Captain T. L H ton, half ownei of ti," Vankees, traa in
Toronto for l ajoie Pay. a Canadian major told him of a ni -
game of baseball that tras played under exciting circumstance . The
diamond wai ian! out just behind the first line , Hi.
I f? r bs and the player- wore elad in theil- regimental uniform .
Th?- crowd waa made up of English, French, Canadian, Belgian, Indian
and African troops. The bleachert wore the second line trenches.
i .1 tim? d iring the progress of the carno German shells I
right m the infield, hut the umpires refused to call the game. Above
the rumble of the artillery the Canadian rooter? were shouting the
anio admonitions thal are puen by the fans in a sheltered baseball
tai '! hore. The carno wa- interrupted for a time because ? German
shell had buried third base when thoi* wife two ?m and only one . it.
Bul the debria waa cleared away, and the third baseman brushed the
dirt "tit of hi? eyes and KSURied his place.
Some time when yon arg grumbling in "four comfortable ?: BI d
tand seat, au you gase out OB* the green diamond, think of the gam?
thal are l.ei-ip played trrj-i tiir**; atuj tile gamea thal aro to be pli
?american oldier athleti i within rangi of the German gum. It'
. ? it finie, our national uramo, and it i going to be made a greater
game still, when thal first United States expedition ta abell
,vn diamonds where the glorious (anadia':, play in the fs.'r
th, It has Pern m.nie a port that la I ; for th?- Elysian I ields.
Wat \alucs of Sports
\l LAST the rarioui sports have been fore?-.! te stand upon their
wartime worth. There aro no atatiitki available a to the ;
her of aoldien thal Pas been contributed by the vari? porta, but
?1 i apparent thal of ?li the g*amea football ?'ems to be the militanl
panie of ?til. 'I ! ?? soccer players among the Allied '.p outnumber
her athletes al pr?sent. Behind every finn*: line where then
an English, a Canadian or an Australian contingei I there ia siwa] ?
gOCCer traine. The l'rench soldiers, too, aro takmp up the Boort.
That there ha been a rush of American intercollegiate fool
players to the colors is evident tram the practical abolition of
:i the mu? or it ?es. There RI* M team- left ill the College* h?'
'. all of the be I player? have L'one into the army or are pi- pall
to po.
[ti a rather weird rommentary on the ""manly art ol elf?def< i
there ara fewer boxera st?lsted than repri I . other
port. Not one sol ?tar* professional prixeflghter of ai ? yal
joined Hie color . The colleges have been forced practicall) to ab
?ion all sporting schedules because their athlete* have answered the
call. an?l because they realize the Incongruitycf athletic hen
tiny f.'-i that their athiei?- are needed for the grenl conl
'1 he "tin oil" on the "manly an" comet when the college stadiun
aro do ed ?'ii account <>f the war. while the prom-' an ?ming
from the ring that "1 oung Slaughter*' will fight "Battlii r, M M i
ten slashing roundi.
Slow Death for Boxing
'I'll I. . ipping of the fight Kamo, undo! thecircum a
I desirable "?chMveuM I if Go rrnor Whitman had stopped ?I
frankly, effectively and abruptly. Bul lie lias not ?ion?' this.
The leas* of life until November which ii pro ided in Wl
i pe?] of the l lawley law gives tho crooked promoter? s chance t..
;. ? trate mn< a ?r a fraud- than any UM? have rel attempted, lu
their own language, they will now he able to "get awa* with m ird< ."
The remnant* of the Goretrnor'a own hand picked Boxing*
an- too incompetent to regulate those promoter- if they .
A sample of their regulativ is shown in their action in the
..r the Harlem Sporting Club. That ?lui?, for about the hundredth
time, violated every rule of tho Boxing Coanmisaion, ann d d BJ ii. itch
an open and flnprant fa-hion tha' the Boxing Cotnmia ion I"'",! tir.u
..me pretence of a penalty BIMUM ho Imposed. Bo the commission
m pended the Harlem dub until the Hate of ii ?. I fight It- is a
sample <?f the way thi- commission ha? hoon "rcpulatinp" hoi I
If the prote-sional boxers had shown any regard f'?r their i
in this war omerpeney. OM would fee! moro like taking up the CU
for thom. Bul UM priaWflghl paine teems to ho made up of ah!, -bodk d
lacker- at niosent. 'I h? rg i- BO quail?! with Governoi ?Vhitfl -
stopping the fighl ?. laelf. Pha firttkism - du te I
and decii ion..
Standing of Major League Clubs
NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE
QAMBI TO P\\ G ?MEA TO-DA*.
st. l/iuiK at New York. s'"' *.*+ ?? ? imda
, , I'hilaili 'jil .i tal iga
lin.innnlt at llrooklvii. " ? ,, |g|#- (, ,,"",",
Chteaaa? at BasBaa*. Roataa .ii I i>ivolaaa.
I'lltiibiirgji at l'hiladel|ihia. VESTERDA1 9 gr f. - g | |^
i,-,:,<"vvs ?wim ,hT.x,,i:;r;?,.:,:!: ;',:,,
No game? ?.hetlulnl St, I ?mi?. -. Philadelphia. 1.
< leti-lniiH. i: Wsahiagtoa I.
BTANIMNI, (.1 TEAMS STANDINO ... TEAMS
W.l.l'.r. W11', VA I. I', B] I..IV.
\," v, ii '. lil Booton I 1.471 Saolaa,. IS * 7ii cleveland I ? II US
i hiniru. is ?.*?71 m'aii... II 1?? .4(1* Ne? Vk. I* g ATI Detroit.. 'ill iii
I'hile. H * ...7? Puta ?h., s IS..i:i.i Chiraaj??, IS IXSIX Waah'atoa lil Wl
at, i II i" ?i ? ii'aivn . :. M ::~> st. Lovat 14 It JMPa*?*>ala, 7 II m
Teschner Wins
Four Events
From Scratch
Glencoe A. C. Star Captures
Three Races and High
Jump
Bj \. '. < w 4?.N \KO
I red C. Teaehner, sprint champ
the ( tthlel t'lub, won four '
::i the ir.itr.r-? of bia oriranir.ation
H rleta oval ymterday,
The tim'*?? returned hy the youth si
util he i" : ?Tiotisly in
| junior outdoor track sad
f'u-l'l rhariM,
imposed frota ?cratch in
all his effet. Hi . rai bil
by ?rinning ?1 <. StVyard dash, and
than ten minutes later romped otT
ird run in 34 3-5 sec?
ond?. Ile had bare!) time to recup?r?
alo from this last rao- ?rheo he ajratn
. in the COD.
?ufanee he covered in
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I.ahmi AN,, Prominent
Laboa aras saothi.
mpctitor, ?rinaiag two fir.?*
mi, Dara Rosen
. "tput champ:.II..
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petal Ion ' Bddie Haupt, the
roi I ' t -ireh House i-.inner,
to sl --A bj true ipood last
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fast field of seres ?tarter?
I trouble in gaining- the
to win by tea yards in
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r'- A Ms ' hieago Maratl on
i sito BBS a said
die di ?tance ronner bj eaptaring
' ' William Kennedy and
? . baal r played a brother a I
oi a m ' t uti, which wen!
i- . nairn .1 bj n<
The summaries follow:
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In Half-Mile Run
1 rick won the half mile run,
from ?1 ratch, in the (li . outdoor mern
'...;, second Stree!
Young Men' Hebrew Association, held
Id, I.on?; Hand ( ii*,.
hing the leader one
.tu home, Prorieh continued on
to w11 11 da. In the club relay
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Now a Lieutenant
i i ollege, Pi BI . M iy 19 l-e41
[ i nuil., a ithlete? ?4ho
,ru the Blue ut"I ?Vhita of Penn
io j ' nation? and
i second HtatoaaBl
liar i4! 'n.
I .,, |b . i- graduated from ^tate inl
. with the elai of lill. Pot four
ci on laen! in football.
" . rn tling Penn State ?tu?
bei i un H ; t'f* b ir tackle
again I Hai
to tie
IS to IS,
Catholic L?5aa:ue Results
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Horey Wins Auto Race
Ma IS t-'"'
Hore) ?r? n Ihe io?' mile au?.?, rare an ?
i re Uli? afternoon in 1 hmir
: lecaBtr* ?.eorr?*
ifj red a broken thumb anti bil
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ea hi?
?left thi track ai d sraahad
ninth mile,
.ime.
Title for Brooklyn Celtics
pj i . ? ron the eham
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the ni sar
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-.- el i ill sl Harlem I
... . n di footed during" 'he ??-a
Utah Trap-Shooting Tourney
t' ti irgh, May I '. The date of the
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inr? I from May .' ! an i .4
to .lu*.- I and ". a. c.irdiug to B bul?
letin i??ued to-day by the Interstate
, , r thal Kncoura-femcnt of
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Soccer Teams in Tie
tri ers pla>rd a I to !
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Clan MacDonalds Win
i Loa Ma.-l'i" .- : defeated I
Bl .,, -er eleven b> a ?cor? of -' to 1 '
a soccer gem.- played at ,
Hariein r'ield .
GI*NTS TO DAY WITH ST LOUIS S JO P U.
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Record of Week
in Big Leagues
The 4?(?r|i.-?. record in rai h league
of gime? pla4cd. ?on and lo?t. with
run?, hit?, error?, .ni-n left SB kOBOS
and run? ?rorrd bj opponent?, in?
cluding the gaaseo of Satantay, Maj
1 -'. is as tollu??. ?.
NAriOsUL it ?I, LI
B W l R H t LI OB
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Ctliclf? ? 6 0 :, 42 ? 11 14
rtnitijtiBMs I I I M H I II I
St. ?.?lili 4 i I I SB S IS S
Bette? 4 i i i? II | SS H
Cm I -ntli ? 0 4 7 71 ? . .<
Plttilurs'i 4 I 3 I? 27 4 31 14
H-?-.. .? i, 0 | II SB II I IB
?MIRICA?! LE?GUf
P W. L. R. H. E L B 0 B
Boat?? ? S I 21 4? ?41 7
N.?4? Yee! S 4 I 21 II I M *>
Chi ..a ? 4 4 24 4? 12 41 31
St. lt"l? I 4 4 21 64 14 5 i 21
Clia-rlai.? 7 4 .4 20 37 14 '7 2?
Datrs.lt r J 20 44 14 12 24
PMIidtHhli S I 4 I M II M IS
Wii*i l*?t?n S S 4 II "SS 7 M II
Welsh to Face
Benny Leonard
Here on May 20
Preddl Wei h thi ?rorld
weight chainp;on. ami Henny Leonard.
.lie Arr.i-i leal ll?rhi^rotghl ' itls '?'
been BUtched I '
ment ?Acre signed last night bj I
? a, for l. onard sad Han P
for W .. I men will box I
round? al ManLittar. I a.?ino on M
du-, c4. n IT. Ifaj '?
This will he I
Arst conte? , .,- ' mare Car
dca, was won bj Leonard. I~t-t som?
mer they me? at ?Vask -.. - I irk,and
44 on the Bl ?
I.aard hu" woo i I fight?
with knock.. . i many ?u| |
er? who I ? ? . a will Stop
Welsh when I i i net I on the ?81
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Clover Patch Still
Proves Pacing Queen
K.ist times pro sd the nile in the
vanou? race - oa I be ; p grai
weekly light barnes? meeting of the
Road Drivers' Al
held on the Speedway evei
P ii
rive by de?
feating Naat-< r HeKei roa,
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The sammary foil
Ti-.nrriM,
Ki Hie re ? W. J. O'Xel til
laihertne P l'an
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Bethlehem Eleven Wins
Cup for Second Time
The champ OB Bel U Coi
;, am defeatu 'I the "? est II
I t I;, 7 to i' yestordaj at P aden
mayer*! Park sad aron the \
1-eotball A? oclal on I ip fi
omi war ni aueeea? I he "'eel 4,irk
era played aitk s stroag arlad in their
.':, r n tha I rat half ind scored
iroi,' ? H 1 ough the ssTorts el Mi Ki
beaton and repi
After tin* iii'"!.al BathlahOfl? pave "
1 nlliati' exhibition, the extreme wing
mea, MeKelvey, Heming ?tni Pepper
?tandinc out eonapicuoui I irther
goal ib r> ppei. 1 1 *'en and Bul '-r
; 1 "HE1,! tke to ? ? atina!
'. m . me doming executed a light
ninj? 1 un il-i441 1 be ("in h Iii Eaatoi
?napping the ha'I up ta . and
,
Bowling Tourney Next Week
The Baatern ai 1 .itan chun
?> 'mi! namenl . open I o
.ii- 1 ?1 thi
try, will stan i' ?t Monda ?
Thuin'- Bo* I
lowing teams competing ,1 tha
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White Elep It Cil
u bite LCIepbanl.
National-' 1 ? City; Oriental?,
New York Cil Neu
fork < .. _ _
Badoud to Box Graves
Kid Gravi
Albert Badoud ? sod
Sporting < lub, of Brooklyn, to
?orroB night Ten Martin, of Prot
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\i-44 Rnglai d, and Edd llfi
meet lit unoti.cr |
American Association
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Pimlico Entries
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Eastern Clubs
Showing Way
In Baseball
Win Nine Out of Sixteen
Games in the First Intrr
sectional Clash
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ii and Atti
leatrue? for place .
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leagues had the
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tional Ka?tern, 7: Wl ten I Artier.
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foti -the Na
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Karrte?, gained g*? the other
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?.ay in first place la?t .^a'urd?-..
.A?? forci-ij out bj ? Monday.
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MsrSOg Hack in Lame
The Gian-1 boat F i .. Moaatay
4vork,- g kel ' i' i I? again
. tieriOf i . id to I
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: Pittsburgh Sunday
the Pirates
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pioaa.
in pitched two thn
Chieag -
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sad injurie?, nor Brooklyn, ap
parently unahl.- .
game durii .
good work I
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SI Louis, and went I of the
aVeetei the i
".n sovoBth place hy I ?
'" fear jame? from Brooklyt
irarh.
The ? Hostnn team con*
M '? ghtly '. | the
imerieaa League and Inereaaed ita lead
during tin- week by winning five i
The He,I Boa ? ?
OH hy taking . . -
. - Detroit I ! ? B
If ii working weil, and
i Hanv'- men eontiaue their 44in?
ning gait it may le hard to a
them.
Yankees Do Well
York came into runt
lion by I pi Phils?
delpl
Yankee?' mint dangerous
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p.tcher'- -ver,. |aa <{na> ?hape in thi '
I gai
' .1rs.
11." other '. asss in the *
League did not ehang . , and
.ind 44 H i the Only one to gi
the percentage eolun ? \ ?
League mt pit
?-.,ff-4 of til,
team . Li' Groom, of st I,. 1 . topped
?r ? le? . n it
which
he al!" . ? ., run.
Twenty Thousand See
Glasgow Soccer Game
ii 1
r < ,.|i 1 tur" . . [on i" a ?J.
?gar . .. pla , 1.1
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Ibros Pa ?agueel am,?
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half, 44011 I-, a
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Queen I'xrk teaa)
? ' - rhial bi
person?. The famo
tliih was in it" beal form and mu hy
1 to 1 1 be t '-m ? : 1 ? :
Park between tk?
( eitle? ai I (.' tai n < Park rhia conti .
4. ill iirtng the Scottish soccer . eaaoi to
a elooe.
Athial Club Captains
The Atk I Moa . hae
' the
I'limiL. 1 I Roth, basketball
team; .1 !'? , and
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