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THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 27, 1913.
JACKSON AND COBB
RUN NECK AND NECK
Even at .400 Including Thursday, But Joe
Gains Slightly Since Then Peckinpaugh
and Fletcher Lead Local Batters
Though figures complied from official
scorns, including hist Thursday's games,
how Tv C0W1 ttfi'l Jos Jackson lied In the
American league butting rm both with
averages of .4i"i, .luckson In slightly ahead
through better work Friday anil yestcr
day Ttn) Athletic continue to lead th
league In dub hattliiK and rlub Melding
rVeklnpattgh. With .24. lead the regulars
of Ihe New York Iti hitting
Desnlti a noor weak Daubeft of Hrook-
Hi Ik . ,1m thr butters of the National
le ague Who have appeared to more than
evinty-nvn games. His mark Is .348.
CletchW, with .319, In tied with Zitniner-
mnn of the Cub! and tope the (llant list.
Rnodaraea being next with .307. The
figures :
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
H4.TTIN4I AYKIIAfiK.
Player at Club tl. AH. H II.NB.SH.TB. Av
YnaHne. liwivn 22 '.'a 11
1 11
r.Mr'xinald.ltoa !W I an 22 40
.1
.177
IH
.148
.148
.140
aae
HI
aaa
.'10
am
.117
ai7
in
.107
.107
.K
.104
KM
.W2
I!. Miller, I'hlla 4.".
22 1
.us ...1 10.1 12
3 I l
:.VI 44 87 .1
; 7 l 0
ri .1 l o
w 2 l.i n
0 27
177
1 1.1
S 140
.1 3
O I
2 It
Dauber t, Ilklyn at
Walsh. Phil. . . 22
"ra atti. I'hlla . 74
Hyatt. Pitta M
V. Collins. Ilea . I'l
llcas. Boa. .....It
Kiel. her. . V 75 1I 41 OA Ift, 10 17.1
Unmernao. chl.au via .17 70 10 5 171
Tinker. Cln To 24 M 4 7 to 117
Vint. Pitta. 74 2M 43 M 7 11 III
Wagner. Pitta. .. !U 177 M M a 7 ft
gaodgrass. N Y ftft 2a4 47 si is a ill
K Magee, I'hlla 7 21 47 an 12 13 12
ttnggina. st i.. 74 j k m 21 11
iTanaau. 1. a .1.1 e v
Nnafer. N. Y . l mt p in a
I .earb. Chi
70 Z.TZ U 111 i .1
38 (10 A 1ft O 1
MS
llarmun. st L
Jdnt-on, Pitta..
Hlxey. Phlla .
Tito. Uos
Wheal. Hklyn
1 21
2 15
2 8
A 11.1
A 1M
2 110
4 101
18 12.1
.100
M
I 40 .1 12 n
IB 20 2 I 0
7 L'si .111 7a ft
7a ana ae 93 l.a
70 241 29 72 7
2H0
2181
noexer. rniia
jua
206
51
M4
2H.1
20.1
202
201
200
200
20
H7
287
28
288
28
284
384
28,1
28.1
281
282
21
281
280
180
278
37
278
778
277
27ft
375
276
273
272
371
.270
270
27
288
2S
23
213
2ft2
21
281
200
358
75ft
266
266
266
265
266
264
254
I. Vtevera. ft. Y .as 2M 30 7 a
Connolly. Boa.. ,7 2t M 77
ft Miller. Hklvn. M 1K7 ia ftft .'.
8 74
Memos, cin 2 ao7 40 eo ai 14 10a
J. Smith. Hklyn. M .VM 37 aft 10 10 IV,
.1. MlUer Hlla SB .Vie 47 H 13 16 1&2
Lnhert. Phlla
ao .10 on Ml 30 10 ia
Neon. Bos .
rrwin. Ilklyn .
Hauaer. Bt. I. . .
KEmb. st. u
Butler. Wtts ..
Hrldwell, Chl...
Gtlser. St. C...
M Brown, Cln.
Cakes. Si I....
Wlngo. St. t. . .
Heriog. N Y...
Murray. N. Y..
Burns. K. Y. .
Kgeo.Cln
ee 3ai 27 s7 a a 102
20 ai e
22 44
44 14.1 7 41
&7 ltl 34 61
77 2.11 21 aa
24 as 4 ia
II 90 1 10
M m 211 17
M 111 III SI
1
10
1)
1
o
7
8
2
1
50
H
a?
24
13
12 20 107
g I TO
M taa 21 47 1ft 6 as
87 322 43 111 21 11 lift
ae aaa 47 104 2 7 l.v,
2S 1113 10 6 .1 3ft
78 253 47 71 7 V 1171
Stengel. Bklyn. 24H 41 70 It 2 im
HSier.Chl. .... 84 20.1 54 82 18 10 123
Hinllh. BOS 31 78 II 21 2 1 2t
Merkle. N. Y. . .no 34ft 16 It 21 7 13t
K vers. Oil H3 270 BO 7ft 12 17 7
Schulte, Chl 7S 213 60 83 1ft ft lift
HoMltsell. CU.. 7ft 277 3 7 77 t 11 00
Kooetohy. St, L.W M U w 11 lau
Devore. Cln 87 Ut 2S 68 18 ft 72
Rudolph, Bet .. IS 40 8 51 0 3 13
Kllng, Cln :iu 01 ft ft 2 0
Byrne. Plus se 333 38 M 7 10 104
Deyk. N. Y 84 313 40 US 23 ft 131
Mitchell. Chl 77 20ft M 72 14 II 108
Dodge, Cln 43 14 21 40 4 l ill
Doo1n. Phlla . 33 74 4 20 0 1 24
U Metre. St. L. as Ml 38 16 14 II
Myers. Boa OS 333 46 ftO 30 10 106
Rerlden. Boa... 56 13ft 18 IS I 4 52
Hescher. cln 3 suo 51 70 21 6 loo
W Fischer. Bklyn.2t 57 7 16 O 0 22
Moran. Bklyr. eft 2M SI AH 10 7 83
T. Clarke. Cln. o :i 21 86 o 3 88
Adams. Pills 27 AO 8 18 0 1 26
n.Plslier.Bklyn 7 231 25 ro 1 81
Knahr. Phlla. 78 .302 37 78 ft 21 103
Carey, putt au let IC 28 7
tlolan. Phlla 17 102 28 7 2
Caiher. St. I.. II us 26 :i 4
lihclan.Chl 53 145 2a 37 A
Sallee. St. L .11 66 ft 1 1 I 4
Cutshaw, Bklyn.. ft 321 42 a2 It ft
treher. Cb so 217 17 55 2 8
Kommers. I'ltt, 20 11 0 30 I 3
Cruh.cin A3 lw) 22 So 12 II
W. Miller. CM, t till 1 311 10 3
S epney. Bos 75 271 34 AS 10 4
llumnirl. Ilklyn 51 175 10 44 3 1
Hen.lrlv Pills 33 A4 0 1ft 0 2
Mccormick. VY. .HI- 44 4 II l II
Tesirau, .v v. 27 &s s 14 is
l. Wilson. Pllts. Kl 3.13 44 83 5 A
Cly liter. Bus 37 I2S Is 31 II 3
120
36
52
2
in
an
d
A4
4A
263
262
86 361
il
75
14 . -
10
Uj
43
32
;
UA
B
O
56
10
ia
13
10
10
14
IS
Ul
241
W hined, St. L
Mowrey. St. I.
aaken. I'hlla
vatift, si i.
Backer, Hkim
81 13 26 43 A 4
73 26 30 A3 12 II
74 70 51 All 10 11
24
246
243
246
242
241
33W
217
23ft
.'36
234
211
230
A3 130 13 .30
24 40 1 12 n
a i in? II 47 o
eiiirer. rnua
McCarthy. I'ltta..26 2 16 I
beaente, piuia. 4 S2u ss 77 s
Benton. Cln 22 4- 11 0
Rootoeon, Pins 20 sa 3 11 11
Kelly, PI11 a : 66 8 13 1
renahan. Chl II 113 12 27 4
Cheney, Chl .33 4 2 II 0
Devlin. IVns A4 1:14 17 46 8
Doolan. Phils 7 20 13 2 8
Maranvlllc. llos. 8 32 38 83 1
James. Ron 10 40 3 0 2
Klrkpat'k.Uklyn 23 10 ft 0 4
Runtphrira. chl IS 33 4 7 0
O'lary. St. L 74 2ftS 2ft M 2
1J
10
13
1
73
21
1ft
0
13
3ft
XI
8
28
34
IS
13
II
Ift
13
2S
II
10
ft
It
I
II
6
7
7
II
Oram . Is. Y. . 34 OS 15 21
Tyler. Boa 24 67 ft 12
Oood. Chl. . 17 10 :i 4
Marquard. W. Y .24 2 2 IS
Simon, lit is 61 190 11 30
lord. Bos 3ft 105 II
O Toole. Pltia 17 36 4 7
Brrgham'rr.Ctn. 14 120 14 II 10
Sheckard, Cln... 2 150 20 so 4
103
lugao. Ukivn.. . 27 4 I 13
anuilts. lilts. .2 40 4 0
Coleman, lilts. 22 40 6 0
Corrtden. Chl 27 ftl 111 11
0 2
(I 0
0 3
5 I
1 2
3 ft
0 4
0 2
1 81
184
14
ISO
I7
17ft
.174
174
111
17
1(7
.12
lftl
.1(0
.152
.140
148
141
111
13!
130
111
1117
106
not
1100
usi
077
OAS
051
Malhewtton .N V 25 ft ft 12
11 nanng, uos to 131
Brennan. Phlla. 2S aa
7 21
2
5 II
2 7
2 ft
6 ft
S ft
0 10
Suggs, Cln 24
Ptomme. N, V. 21
JAsrrlll. St. L. . 21
4ft
41
SO
Sft
37
Callahan. Bklyn. .28
Demaree, N. Y. 18
Meyer. BklYn 2
Suck. Bklyn... .
Meuaor. Pill 32
Johnson. Cln. . 2ft
Aktsandrr. Phlla.'.'
Mayer. Phlla. 31
lavender. Chl 22
Ilarter. Cln II
Packard. Cln... . 25
Seaton. Phlla . . . 20
Allen, Rklyn. . .11
A. Wllann. N. V. .28
A3
36 II
I
A
47
64
10
45
15
23
S3
28
3ft
II
22
SA
IS
44
0 U
0 I
II II
0 1
u 1
0 I
1 1
O 2
0 II
0 3
0 I
0 4
0 3
1 I
4 j
3 4
2 2
(ieyer. St. I 20
Burk. SI. L
Amea. Cln.
Cooper. Pitta.. .
Perdue, Bos. .
Curtis. Rklyn
Klrke, Hos
Almeida. Cln.
Hnfinan. litis
Booe. Plus
10
St 3 10
13ft 14 34
81 II Ift
80 0 1ft
2A3
2H1
22ft
2IU
17ft
Seymour, Ro.
4 2 13
fin kiei,dio rrpordu,
Put- Aa- Kr- T'l
Q, outa. alaui. ran, ch's-
85 2.375 1.130 116 S.ft3ll
00 2.430 1.32 131 3.788
03 2.47 1.361 117 3,873
00 3.434 1.033 134 S.ftul
00 3,417 1.143 148 3,78
3.435 1,171 16ft 3,75
S3 3.244 1,041 14 1.461
88 3.388 1.178 170 1.73ft
Clubs
Philadelphia
st uniis . .
Cincinnati.. .
Plitaburf.. .
New York ...
Chicago
RrookTyn ..
Boston
A v.
MS
IM
03
11
01
030
05
TK.f i.kadim; rank itralkbs,
Player and Cluh
Maraana. Cincinnati
Myrrh, Boston
i,nhri i. Philadelphia
Hums. New York
Carey. Pittsburg
Hiiggtna, St. Louis
Doyle, New York
Bencher. I 'Inclnnatl .
Merkle, New York. , .
Murray, New York
0.
SB. Av
83 SI
38
36
31
21
21
28
27
!5
74
.24
..an so
86 3ft
Sft 24
0 3ft
74 i
84 2S
83 21
00 24
87 31
4 M n BATTIXa mki ohum.
Club
New York. .
Brisiklyn
Cincinnati .
I'ltlshurK
Philadelphia
I'hfeago, .
SI. I. mils .
IkiMon
AR
ii nil SB sn a
00 3.080 431 85s 177 6
270
a.1 .aa .1(11 771 lie 70
ftl 3.121 374 823 133 Oft
SO 3.054 383 700 87 l.a
8.i 2.81 358 768 87 OR
80 2.KH 433 717 138 OS
ft 3.1112 3611 777 105 OS
88 3.1141 361 711 Oft 09
371
314
33
2A'
2A2
35S
.24
PITCnKIlg' IIKC'ORIIN.
metiers- clubs. i. W
li. W. I.. T. SO. BH Hs.
I I ft ft 3 4 1
17 3 ft 34 It ft
I 7 3 I 3ft 25 og
36 17 6 ft ftft ISO
20 16 3 I 100 AO 148
II 1 1 0 7 26 M
'I 14 5 II 01 22 142
14 6 2 ft 14 7 71
2 II 5 I 7ft It III
H fl I i y fl H4
33 16 7 1 77 ftl 17ft
4 3 0 11 21 66
1 4 3 ft 34 SO 61
1 4 3 0 37 78 7ft
6 2 1 0 15 ft 32
ft 3 I 0 20 14 ftt
33 II ft II SI 34 I3
33 6 S 0 33 31 77
32 il 7 u le an is;
37 14 ft 0 113 71 14
27 J ft 1 so S3 ISO
27 12 ft ft AO 33 17ft
TO ft 7 n Ml -A 3
II Ii 4 0 SO 30 73
11 .5 6 u I I
,31 10 ft 1 73 Sft 1(3
U 4 4 0 31 31 If
aonsleny, si i...
Hnniiihiles, Cbl. .
Demaice, N. Y..
Vathewwin. N, Y
Seaton. Phlla
Visgncr. Bklyn
Maruuard. N Y
Ylngllne. Bklyn .
Aleiander. I'hlla
llobliisun. I'llta .
('henry, '"hi
Overall, Chl
Cooper. Pltu
ntsey, I'hlla ...
McQuillan, Una .
nurk. It. I. .
Hrennan. Phlla..
.'lack. Bkln
Benton. Cln
Taareau, N V . .
Adama. pltu
Ilagan. Bklyn ....
Perdue. Boa
Pierce. Chl
100
77ft
.77S
750
760
717
714
70S
ftftl
ft)
M7
ft7
AA7
A7
AA7
47
26
II
Ut
67S
.611
M
5ft
. 516
Waver. Pbila
MB
.507
TOO
40
.47
42
466
465
471
444
.444
437
420
4011
400
3S5
34
3S3
son
27
.27
27
.27
2611
260
.730
.17
164
143
.126
IO)
U
IWI
non
im
.1100
urn
(no
ODD
I lllchle. Chl
r'J.r''"' ,,,.n
oToolc htt
I Perrftt. Bt. Lj
. Harmon. Bt. L .
! !4J?"JBi
Svtf. Oln
Camnlii, Pitta
Keiilbarh. Chi
Moore, si. I.
ieyer. St I.
He as. Bus .
Allen. Bklyn
Chalmers. Phlla.
Packard, Cln
Marshall, Phlla
oak, St. I.
Cether. St. L
Bet's. Cln . .
Imlay, Phlla
hent. Ilklyn
Hall. Bklyn
Strand, Boa.. .
Noyea, Bos
Ferry, Plus. . .
Toney Chi
Powell. Cln
Mclatlre, Cln. .
Hunt. si. I. .. . .
Martlet. St L.
iorks. cln .. ..
J. Smith. Via ....
Oervals. Bos . .
LelAeld.Chl ...
Hartranrt. Phil.
.10.1
000
uu
omi
an
(Ul
.QUO
000
tun
in
iuu
oou
ouu
oou
neaaiag. st. i. .
McManua. Cln
; Concelman. Pit
nnselman. Pitts
r-ayrea, Hills .
C Brown. Bos .. .
.Nelaou.Cln.
WlUla.st. L
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
BtTTI.Mi AVKRAtiKa.
Player at Club, fl AB. II. H. SB. 811. TH
Jackson, t'leve. so 116 SO 12 13 ft 106
Cobb. Dei. OS 216 SO 0 24 123
D.alurphjr.Ath. If 41 2 Ift 0 2 20
Speaker, lloa 0 334 74 127 SO 10 1HH
Caldwell, ft, Y 2ft 22 6 1 o lo
Blending, ( lev. 94 41 4 14 2 2 I
Henrtksen.Hoa 2 37 ; l.i 3 o 14
E ColUna. Ath 01 32ft SO 113 34 1 112
Ie.lole.Clev. . 77 240 3 S3 ft 7 lul
Ilelnnla. Ath II 137 41 112 11 IS ISO
(ianUll. Wash 14 17 31 00 10 7 12ft
Uaker. Alb . 01 set 74 114 2S 4 174
Crawford. Det OS SOS 40 IIS ft 7 174
UcKee. Det 42 111 12 84 2 0 4S
Stovall, st.L 7 23 21 72 I 3 80
P. Murphy. Ath SJ 20 01 go IS t mi
Scharfer.Uaab.3ft S4 12 2ft 4 s 2
Av
4011
. um
3yu
311
3ft4
360
.331
347
333
332
322
321
:
30
soft
3(14
2-m
2K
307
2A
27
287
2
2S4
2S4
23
23
283
23
22
281
770
270
270
(iamer. Dei 76 172 17 II ft
oidrlng, Ath
Sin. uk. Ath
ftft 3S7 4 100 23 13 141
60 101 2 1 60 11
IT.'
Milan. Waah 01 141 31 100 41 12 110
UlrmlngUam.Cless lie 14 21 7 7 40
1-ord.Cbl.. . 06 SSO 41 IUU 14 12 133
Pecklnp'h.N.V . .56 201 21 67 S ft 74
Kvan.Clev . S3 236 2 04 K 11 72
Morgan. Wash .77 2ft 37 76 14 A
Pran. St. L
07 37 37 10 31 II 137
Chapman, ("lev SI 2 43
(iranei . Clev. 01 322 36
SI 21 SO
01 14 4
136
VWU'ms.W'aah 41 6 ft
Shotton, St L Ml 334 ftft
Zelder. N. V ... 24 41 7
lllvelt. Clev. 31 43 2
I-eela. Hos 87 323 33
Veeeh. Det. s 28 m
BWaOBO . X Y 44 203 S)
24 2 1 SO
04 23 ft 124
IS 3 1 14
12 2 0 16
UJ & 23 12
SO 12 10 lift
27
6 A 7
15 'US
hnlghi. sr. V .16 6S s is
Sioue. St. L. 17 20 2 8 0
C. llll.inn.st L.04 341 40 US 12
(iardncr. Boa 73 : ss 72 0
Chase. Chl ftft 322 41 87 a
U.Johnan.Ck'v..a S7 67 102 II
rii-ner. .V V . 24 48 2
Austin, SI. L. . l 33 2
W Jiihn'n.Waah 34 7 7
I'ngle, B" ftft 31 30
McAlUsler.SI L 30 27 I
Wood, n.s 24 Aft 111
IS I
7 24
21 I
83 S
7 0
16 I
81 0
1!A
111
20
no
111
1
3A
120
41
73
1114
7
207
it oner. . v
84 306 40
2AS
20S
34
2S1
Hooier. Ifoa..
r.ii Wllleit. Det
11, ,,,
23 61 4
4ft 0
07 :tr 34
30 IUU 18
73 23 Sft
ftft 321 20
17 24 2
M 304 33
Oft 373 oli
76 387 24
SI 310 u:
14' 0 3
21 0 2
at 12 22
2ft I 0
60 ft 20
S3 Ift 0
6 II 1
1 . J ,,.l'- ,ki
JS Srhang. Alh.
:,j Turner. Clev.
20
3ft
2, VI
im
'.'iS
254
II :.(
( ree. If. y..
Belli Chl
llarizrll. Sr. v
V Bush. Del
Olsun, Clev
Barr . Alh
.1. Walsh. Alh
7 15 10
24 0
II 13
122
73
si
;i
43
0
no
as
II 17 117
8 5 34
7 I 6A
3 10 SS
1 1 12
Oil 1(1
41 131 30
Lapnrie. Wash. 61 1S7 18
Boille, Chl 74 231 24
Ljtkr, Del. 22 Sft 2
sv halk. Cbt. sft 2S1 27
Can Iran. Boa. Mi 174 10
Mueller. Wash HO 313 52
PaUSS, let IS 37 7
Shanks. Wash S3 310 S3
251
313
J4A
L'4A
216
243
242
141
340
230
217
.'SA
236
236
334
233
212
232
233
330
230
227
227
222
210
2 IS
318
21ft
717
317
.311
311
3O0
208
20ft
3ftt
200
117
IM
lot
106
100
ISO
lift
ltl
1S2
ISO
170
17t
176
172
171
171
170
iao
I an
13
l4
13
IAO
ISO
150
160
It
lift
.161
160
14
146
143
.130
138
13A
.125
121
111
118
OHO
us
071
070
oao
064
043
ono
202
2AS
36ft
335
330
110
.172
14
43
7 ftl
82 35
0 U
75 10
f.
1011
II
Ml
4
18
ugh. net ftft 15S IA
'Ihumaa. AU). 20 jo 3
SB Weaver. Chl . 06 a M
sfu Verkes. Bos S3 312 40
- " I lJilip. Alh 57 lftl 17
H I l.'irtnu, St L IA 34 1
IIS I J.John'll.SI.I. 4 30S 32
Bl Kaaicriy. Chl lo 04 '1
HI ' Boehllng, tl'ash.23 3S 5
ilo 1 laley. Alh.. 38 83
j Mil. Del 116 111 41
25 Momrty. Dot. 77 2&0 31
13
77
71
38
I
72
16
8
10
13 Mi
U
3
10
74
51 35 12
13 1 1
-V : Viinamali'i- Ids. "is M 7
U act; re. lies
M , Brlef. St. T
73
167 20
7 1
3 10
14 3
0 0
ft S
1 5
I0S 23
AUismlth.Waab 60 133 17
C Hall. Boa 28 37 I
Schaller. Cbl
O'NelL Clev.
( arisen. Clev..
lj.-ll.olil. Clev..
MldklB. N Y
Daniels, N. Y.
Wallace, St. I..
Agnrw. SI. I. .
Fournler. Chl.
3 OA 12
in no a
66 140 10
3ft 66 8
71 140 10
83 2W1 48
66 141 11
81 221 111
I 34 6
II 2 7
41 II 0
14 ft 3
10 0 0
67 33 14
116 12
nautili er,
Hath. Chl..
48
277 3
Henry. Wsah.
61 16ft 11
SO 76 0
S3 7 4
Bera-er. Chl
1
6
7
0
I
12
0
3
I
14
3
1
0
I
I
McBrlde. Wash 87 Sift S3
K.Poater.W'aah. 43 168 lo
Brown. Ath 21 61 1
Common, SI. LI 87 14
Maitlrk. Chl
71 206 16
IS 61 7
Bender. Ath. .
Russell, Chl.
.aniloch. Del
.1. Bush. Alh
Cady, Boa
Staoage. Det.
Ctcotte, cm
lange. Chl.
Rale nn. St. I.
Sterreit. N. V
lord. N. Y .
Icunard, Bns
Janvrln. Boa.,
(room. Wash
U 70 ft
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FINISH FOURSOMES TOURNEY.
Mom. lair Uulfera Also lualular lu
Mieeepalakee Play.
Mon tci.aih. x. J , July ft. Bafttdee
Hie final rounds In the July foUraomeg
tournament h aweepstukua in three
classes wera run on in .ne mumouur
rVsir Chili tn.duv. Jn the llrst st II 1'
Plimpton led with a card of 70 H, TO,
while K C. Mackey topped Class II with
ItIt, 71, und L, M. lkeVausney, Class
C, with mi IS. 11. Next Saturday the
iiuulifylng round for the August tourna
ment will be run off. The results follow :
July Fouraumea Tournament First
sixteen L. M. lloodlet and It. C. Kerr
boat X. P. Plimpton and A. C. Piatt, 1
up.
Second Sixteen R. L. Kerry and (I. A.
Kelsey beat Charlee dowry and W. B
Cruvalb, tl up ami 4 to play.
Sweepstake, class A. It. P. Plimpton,
;p. 70 ; w. F. Marcus. Jr., 788, 72 :
Jason Rogers. S3 10, 73: F.ads Johnson,
S2 0, 7S; C. J. Turner, 80 6. '74; A. 1
Plerson. s 12. 74; J. 7. Baton, 87 in.
77 ; M. I). Roe. 8810, 78 ; J V. Surbrug,
Jr.. NO 10. 80.
Cleee B.-11 O, Mackey, 8918. 71:
It. H. (Iregory. 00--15. 7C ; W. T. Smith,
IS Iti 78; .1. A. Kelsey, 0717, 80;
Richard Uevans, H 18. 81.
Close C U M. DeVauanev, 8 25,
1 ; II. U Kerry", 91- 30, tl ; H. Piekler.
17 28, 71; A. V. Blower, 9824, 72 ;
W. H. Loftua, 94 20, 74; F. P. Page,
107--2S. 78.
Many Oat at 4Jlea Hldae.
S
QliBN Ritxig, N. J., July It. D
Smith, with a card or 9120, 71. and
C. F. llungeifoid, returning 9821, 75,
were the Class A und H winner re
spectively In the handicap of the Ulru
Kldge Country Club to-day. The scores
follow :
OlaSS A H. D. Bmtth, 91 20, 71 ;
II. li. Smith, 788, 72 : C. W. Schwinn,
01 19. 72; II. II. Bradley. 9820, 7;
C. E. Hrulne. 8710, 77 ; W. EC Blewett.
9818, 78; J. L,. Newell, 92 12, 80;
It. Byrne. 9818. SO.
Class B. C. F. Ilungerford. 96 21,
5; S. 1). Taylor, 9721. 78; K. P.
Jackson, 10425, 79; A. C. Benedict, 102
23. 79; F. B. Roger. 10625, 81;
V. A Lyon. 10825, 83 ; (1. F. Van
Anken, 105- 21, 84: K. K. Smith, 101
. 86.
I ouiblue Scores and Handicap.
BEI.l.rvil.l.g. N. J., July 26. Four
.X!
somes, In which comliined scores and
ombined handicaps counted, furnished the
attraction at the Forest Hill Field, Club
to-day. R. K. Rose and K. It. Brown
wero the winners, with a total of 191 45,
146. nick Krler'a 8311, 70, was the
baft Individual effort of the day. Th
leading scores follow :
R. ft Rose and K. R. Hrown, 111 45,
146: William Allnopp und A. Lyons, 173
23. 141; J. 8. Htlllwell and J. N. Flake.
11834, 154; il. V. Christl und A. 11
Allsopp. 176- 22, 154 ; N. R. Hark and
R iH. 8. Uaylord, 19841, 157.
ft I
si-Ikes lint Ten Men la Row.
Yogg. Pa., July 26. Pitcher Shaw of
York struck out the entire lineup of the
Allentown Trl-Btate team to-day and still
York lost the game, the genre being 5
to 3, with Allentown on the lonir end.
Tea of the strikeouts were, made la auo
cession.
CYCLING TITLE
. O. afar, who defended Ihe wa.
others he drfratert tiibrry Taylor,
Pennant Lost on
Protested Games
AI
KSON. Miss., .inly A. Jack
son won the Cotton Stativs
7o I U-UKiic pennant ruco which cloBed
772 r to-day. Jackeon
W OII Tl Kit tiles
and lost 14. PiMisucola was second
with 7 games won and 2!l lost.
Pi'nsacola led the Hold up to within
three days of the finish, when Presi
dent RedUB decided a batch of pro-testi-l
sanies, ten lieinir awarded
to Jackson untl several taken from
Pensacola. The ai tion of the nival.
. 1 - I ,
dent nun caused much comment
around the circuit. Pensiaeola ap
ian1 parent ly had rlie ncnmnit clinched
SOU ! " . ,
TEAM WORK PROVES BIG
FACTOR IN TITLE PLAY
Mrs. Sfhnitt and Miss Cockle
I'se Judgment in Final .
Westchester Tourney.
I'l. II. I II.V..U V V ....
143 l .i Jara,
BOO I aonmia anil .Miss (.ckle won Die Rnal
uai round of th.- women's doubleo In the
an ' Westchester County Association ehaffla
SS I P'on"hlp lawn tennis tournament rrotn
000 lira C P, Porter and Miss Leach to-day
uu I on th- New York A. C. courts at Trovers
POO Island In straight sets. 6--4. 0 The
(Ui 1 WhlBlna pair worked lietter us a team and
im . us-l Judgment. They tired out their vu
m ponents in the nrst set by continually
(ai i-liMsil ir tli.si .., l.,,,.i .
Mis K. Law and Maurice CHIVM took
. I . nnul ln ,"' ml loublei from Mr
MS and. Airs. j. n. Brltton in two sets out ut
j three, ,' -7. 81. 6 o. (lalvao'a M,nat,
( too stronn for the Brittom The
tan los.m pulled out the first net after It had
Kone to d-uo- by some fast Work Thev
wore themselves out with the effort, how
uu ever, and took only on.- nam- in i),e riet
jjji two acts. The summaries :
ui ablea Waal round -Ulsa k i.w
uu 1'"'M"u.r.'" J,V? ?ed Mr. ..,i Lira
uu " 9 Hrlttun. r. -;. 141, s 1,
ual . W;'iiieii a DoUblee- Beml-flnsl ruuinl Mrs
000 IV, ,r "ner ana Jiisa i . i, won from
IIU Mies nru gad jira. Button, by defauli
.Mr. ft", Si liiill ,i Miss Cockle won fri.-n
........,i Him ..iiss kiuncan, i. defaull
nnul Round Mrs, s.-hnlij and Mies
a. kie defeated Mrs Porter nnd in Loach,
Men s Doubles- Semi-Anal round
ad .loiime defeated Bin, k ami
ilalvae
Roaera
ti ft. -ui
3. ft a: L.tlni-r iilnl llritlun
nr Drake aadHuater, i. default.
SURPRISE IN DOUBLES.
Ur4MftlNN)BI and Belir llrf.-at Mauirs
' "aatje
mu VtstllSlI at tXdaruarrr
I.ISiKMIlHK, I.. I, Jul St. -A. M. Lovl-
lioiiu. (,. U Wyeth and Alrlck II. Man.
jr., reneneu fin- semi-final round III the
luwn tennis tovirnamenl here a i result
or to-day's play. Isivilsmd ellmbed over
8. II. Voehell in straight sets. II 9, 8- 3.
wyeth tupped It. H. I!. In II. ihiid
round hy taking two .sets t ut if tone.
6--'- 3 C, I -4, and Man v.iriiisjit-d
vanderbllt Ward. 62. 64.
The blffgnat surprise of tne toUriMV
inent came when it S. Or HMtk ck ai.d
A. H. Hehr defeated F. C. BuglS and
S H. Voshel In Straltfhl -iti. 61, 6 4
In the first round -if tile doubles. The
team work of the fonner pair ilffsat Ihe
individual play of naggs mil Voohell,
The .summaries :
Men's sintjlfti Bftoaad round 0 u,
W'yslh itefeaie.i c. Chambers, I 3 t,
s-4; Vanderhlll Ward iiefeiiteu n n
Kelmer, 8 i. I -0; (I. A L DIOBO ils
feateil Letinsril Heekinan. ;' ft. 11 3, 6 1;
L. l. Woodbury defeated Ut William
Itnaenhaum. 8 1. 4 ft. ft t.
Third Ituiind - A. 11. LoVlbOOd d.-feated
H. ii. vnaheii, us, t Ij O, L. veth de
feated It II. Roggs. t I, 3- 0. 14) A. II.
Man, Jr., defeated V. Ward, ft I, li 4.
Men'a ll'oublea -Firat rutiml A H. Mun
and I,. A. Cofnn defeated A J. Ostemlort
and K. I.. Hagga, ft 4. 38, I tl Q, S.
QroeabftOS and A. 11. liehr defaated K. c.
Ilaggs and H. li. Voshftll. I I, I ft! M. M
Phllllpa and A. lluhertHon defeated K. C,
Weaver und E. II lllgelou . ft 3. 5 7, 14
I. liiculn Keinier and C, Chambers ,li.feateil
('. M- Hull and psitner by ilefuult: L. II.
Wootlhtiry and A. H. Cragln .lefeateil K. O,
Anderson and II. I,. Doheriy. ft I, li 3.
Hecnnd Round -A. M. Lovlbond and J. II.
Htalnai liar defeated U A. Coffin and A. II.
Man, Jr., 75, 97; li. s. .irneaheik and
A. II. Hehr defeated B. M Phillips and A
Holierlaonr. ft 3, 44; L. P. Woodbury and
A. st cragln defeated (1. A. 1.. Ill.unie and
Alan Tobay. ft 1, 7 D.
ENGLISH OWNS BEST MARK.
tale l.olfer has Oroaa of 32 fur Se
lected Twelve llolea.
IlKTIILRIIKM, K Ho Ju'y 26. Selected
score handicaps, with events for best men
and women, nnd prises for best gross and
net scores, rounded out the day on the
local country club links. The best gross
score for selected twelve holes for the
eighteen waa 52, recorded by young F. K.
Kngllsh of the Vale Uoir Club. Col. H. A.
Swigert of the Palmetto Country Club
won the net with a total of 47, hi han
dicap being 21.
The Mlssea Helen und Leslie Bayer of
Rrooklyn tied for the women's gross score
prize ut 33 (nine holes). The net trophy
wont to Miss MaDel lienton or New
Haven, whose allowance of 27 gave her
a net 2.
The next event on the schedule ia a
match play handicap for trophies pre
sented by Mrs. It. A. Bwlgrert and a simi
lar event for women for Mrs. It. W.
Poor's trophy, which la booked for the
we.k of August 4.
Scatt nolle lit) Score of .
H. Hcott, p laying for the Orients
against the Colonials In a cricket match
yesterday at Proanaol Park, ran uu
score of 15 out of u total uf I IK and wus
largely Instrumental In the victory of his
side by 00 rune, the Colonials souring
oaly ft runs la all.
.... H
IMPORTANT CHANGES
SOUGHT IN ATHLETICS
J. E. Sflllivan Favor Recall in
Case of Any Competitor
Rcatinjr Hun.
AMATEUR TO BE DEFINED
international Federation Will
Work for Uniformity in
All Countries.
Important changes ere itjiitemplated
In athletic laws both at home and abroad, I
accordlne to James K. Kulllvan. aecre- I
Itary of the A. A. IT., who le Impressed I
with the neceeslty of Improving the con
ditions governing track and field eporte.
'ie of the most radical may enme on
I .ffBtS. who" voiced" a re-
gret felt by many that a man who beat
' gjJ" ' -Pr'J "a 'waf
; those who hold themselves on the mark I
reius'-ii to take an uninir nnvaninge
I'nder the present rule there la no
I recall once the starter bus llred the
I pistol, Inn ill a conveisatloii Willi Mr.
Mulllvan tin- old sprinter polntetl out that
.there should not only lie u provision that
, the men should he recalled when one man
got an obviously unfair sturt. but that
the offender should be penalized In some
way
In talking over this yesterday Mr. Bulli
van H.KI that he certainly favored some
such rule mid would lirlng the matter
before the A. A. I', at the annual meet
ing in November next. Another change
Ill.it will he
rttftted refers to the
with fou: riini.nig. In
'method of dealing with fou running.
I several Instances lately men have crottJM
lover and Interfertd with other runners
aiul so upset the race ffiut the only thing
left fur the referee to do til to dla
I qualify Ihe offender and order the rate
I rerun. This is a hardship on the com
Bet!toff agpaclallyi as men frequently flg-
i ure on competing In more than one race.
i,r ,h"v h',v' to "'" a r",'' "vrr ,h"- ar
1 ! "ri'r,lr'l' J"? I'l'VHl.ally from the sec
end contest. Of course win n a foul o-
curs n.ar me run 01 a race (nere is no
, remedy, but often the Jam occur at the
. start and the referee can take no action
Until the. event Is finished and a protest
I made.
To prevent the men Having to run a
! race through and then repent alter the foul
Mr. Sullivan suggests a rule that the
referee siiuii he ordered io stand be
! Mnd the Starter, and If In his Judgment rlva, tP.,mM W(.re Km-kawnv and COpera
I ft foul Is committed aarly In the race ' tnsm
he shall order tin start. ir to tire the, Hy tiandi,.ap Tiioperstown pluyera le-
pistol for a recall. Phe offmder may then I nlv thr,.,. ko11i an, ,h- defeated
le- tiut out of the contest and a fair race ; 10,.KllWiiv l.v a score of 13 to !. The
Held without the runners Wafttlnj their I maUh was characteriled by fast riding
strength In a usswss Journey. , ,, proVM nte resting from the time the
Mr Builtvan also favors a rule Similar ,,ut, wu ,,(HS..,, nto ,,. Hold until the
to that operetlni In the Intercoileflate nna Mi , thp lrh,h pprlud. Maloolm
Aiaoclatlon. This provides that when a Stevenson, who is well known at the Pier,
. ..llcglan Is gullly of a foul all the mem- wM , ,. forM1 and hls nivM rMlllK ,,
T:i, S. .. mr'''. r"i ln ,he ""e .well directed drives aided the Coopers
ahall be dlso.uulltle.1 as well ae th actual t(wni) materially. P. 8. Von ftade nnd
uiivnun . ii, asset in ma. m;s s 1 I'.'e.saai V '
because cluli rivalry Is BO acute that
o.-rc are mi-idiiie. nere one man win,
li . . : "'K-oiie i. ion in
inner cioo. inns ieainv iits own i lull
mate a tree course lor Victory,
. " e.r.seiiie ai tno
coiigress of the Interrmtionol Amateur
Athletic Federation which win i.e held it
llerlln on August !S. 1 and 10. Issue
... - '" ( 'itni
likelv 7. !T, io .r'r1;:'1., wh,oh
IlkeU to ,( a lot 0f good )ri ,1,,, way l)f
yatimaUallUi track una Held sport so
tint th, n nins ... n . .... .
Mi . Sullivan will leave for the congress
on August S and America also will be rep
reaented by J. H. MoCalie of Poslon. who
left yesterday ; Ountavue T. Klrby. liresl-
i.-til or MS A. A. L ., and Col. Itolieti M.
mompson. The other countries In th fed
eration are .Sweden. France, (iermunv,
"ireat Britain and Hungary.
line of the moot Important tf.ings to lie
taken UP Is the definition of an amateur
that shall hold good in all the OOUntrlel
concerned. Thl vexed question may !
s. --:. ,1 n. I, ,..,- n... fti..t I .
natters almost In, noei.nl h,. i, .... ....
adjusted and have remained In confusion
only because no one took autnYlent Interest
in the ethical side of sport to attend to
Hie detail of orgnntiutlon. One Item of
frost interest refer to the fixing of a
standard list of event for which world's
records shall be reOOgTnlged. The federa
tion Itself will pans on Ihe validity of such
i ,.ls ,i,..l l. r,,i ..a' .
will only become so In fact after It has
been reported to the federation and a. -
cpted by that body,
Mr. Sullivan is heart and .ul with that
proposlstlon, and although it may lead to
tome squabbling the man who gets credit
for a world's reoord under those conditions
Will not have 1, Ohaapr-ed by be.n Pla- ed
n the category with freak events, us only
Standard .umpetltlons will Is- r.-cogfilze.l.
The Anierl.-an ranresantallva twos Imt ..ne
.1.1 i .1... ..i.. .
. .oo hi tin oiiui .is otm.oeu me
.iiirniirm ainil lo llllllL ine wol 1.1 S I'ecol US
10 nia-iaiices nieasure.l i. me metric BVS
tem, Mr. Sullivan lias no objection to the
met lie rtlstunces being recosnised, but he
w ill mnk. n strolls plea for the equivalent
In yards lo be recognlaed as well.
Another suggestion will be that the Im
plemontl use.l for Bald sporta be uniform
the worlil over und that the titkeofrs fur
Jiinilis lie subject to the aame regulation!
In one country us In another. Mr. Sulli
van nays he dues not care what conditions
the ftvderatton adopts, that America will
conform to them, but that he Is against ail
records being considered equal unless Ihe
Condition! also are equul.
TOPPING BEATS COL. BOGEY
llnls Uae Who Does, Arrorallagrlr
Wlnulna Keko Valley Totirne).
Hah Hakhos. Me.. July 26. Twenty
two competitor took purt In the weeklv
handicap at the Kebo Valley Club this
morning, a bogey competition, but only
one-half of them returned cards. The
reiiutch went to 11. J Topping of New
York, who had Col, Bogey one down, with
a handicap of plus two. Allen II. Well
man of New York was second, with a
handicap of four and nn even score with
kjie i 'uli, in-1. The other scores were:
Harold Sand. Philadelphia, L' down;
Ir W. O, fushnian. Newport. 2 down;
tleorge H. Robblns. rhlliidelphla, I down ;
Dr. J. A. Ptlrfty, Hoston. 4 down ; Arden
M, ltobblns. New York, plus 4 down; S.
C. Kahhi New York, 5 down; Martin
Van Blirsn. New York, 7 down; M. 1'.
Howler, New York, S down; II. I". Taylor,
New York, S down.
The following piayari compfttad, but
did not puss tn score cards: v. W.
PhSlpt. It Wlnslow. II. s. Hall, n,,
Harold Williams, Henry D, Hurnhaui, (
It. Ponsonliyi Judge Oeorge 1,. Ijigraliam,
William K. Sheehan, Joseph Pulltxer, A
S. Ingalls and ('. A. Hicks.
Vrlerana Trim Msssr Held.
The New York Veterans easllv defeutci
Manor Kleld In the Association cricket
series at West New HrlgbUm yesterday,
winning by a mm gin of 84 runs. tl. W.
llymun and H. neanc mude u hundred
runs In partnership, the former hitting
up St, while the latter scored 46. The
totals were: Manor Field, 7(1; Veterans
134.
Klf First In ('lose Rave.
Him Hank, N. J,, July It. In a brisk
wind live one design knockabouts of the
Humson Yacht Club raced on tha South
ia-4V" r""""V '- aiiernoon. w II
Will, I 1
1 . . . ... a a "
nasaeiiH .Margaret second. C. I). Hal
aey a Hrlur third, Rertram Horden'a Rum
puafouj th and aaniu4rt Rlker's Prejtoee
Is Tinker Planning
to Stay on Bench?
fpiNCINNATI, July 211. A report
had gained circulation here
that Manager Joe Tinker of the
Reda ia planning to join the rankn
of leader who cortunand their team
from -the bench. Tinker tKSoded
the. report aa ridiculous tonight,
but word cornea from an apparently
reliable source that he has told one
of his friends on the team that he
ia thinking of Bitting bark like Frank
Chanoe and watching things, which
he believes he ,can do better than
when he Is in the game. Strength
ia added to the report by the fact
that for several days Tinker has had
Groh at shortstop and Egan at
second, using Berghammer hh
utility man.
COOPERSTOWN BEATS
ROCKAWAY AT POLO
Watth Hill Cups Oo to I p-Stnto
TeMn After Spirited
Eneounter.
HAfauai
StK I BT 1 CROWP PBESENT
I
i.poiiHiils Have Almost Walk-
tiver Affains-t Sandpipers
at Xarrafrarwett.
Namkai.anmktt Pier. H 1.. July
,,. i ti... t,,nMiiirii.tit
I 111 progress at Narragansett attracted a
, lnTK anrt e,lthuaiastlc assemblage of polo
enthuBHBts to the number one Point
,,,,, n,.M lhll) fternoon. where a long
array of motor cars filled with visitors
surrounded the field. (Iroups of f;iihion
ably attired women and their escorts
paraded on the lawn and oppluuded tin
rldera for many dashing plays.
The nrst match wus for the Wat. h Hill
cup, presented hy P. II. Prince of Boston,
for teams exceeding sixteen goals, and the
. Kunisey also played effectively for
th- winning team. I loth Stoddard and
Kene Im Montague played gild edged polo
i for Rockaway
J In the second match the Leopards met
.1... Els4illHM l.t 11... c. .1 m,ih( .1...
Overture cups, presented by Mis. John
a Fell of Philadelphia, By handicap the
a.iiaiu ...i.-.i u i... ...
opards overcame this and won the
rupa by a score of If, to It was a
walkover fo. th.- Leopards, who me with
onnoatllon
SL ! :,n!'S -i, i . i.
lUr "team yacht osceola. chartered bl
I ?',m " .N,.J "f 1'" Yerk frsl" Uob
an Stuart, sailed over from Ncwoort
i with two yachting parties bound for the
polo matches. Among those who motored
i to the tournament Were Mr. und Mrs.
! Uffden Hammond, who arnv.-d here from
Newport; John Carter, Hrown Woods, Dr.
Joseph Leldy of Philadelphia; Mr, and
Mrs. John R. Fell. Mrs. Benjamin K.
Matins, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phlpps of
N.-w York : Harry Parsons Cross. Mrs.
Howard Richmond and Mr. and Mrs.
Henry H. Kane. Mr. and Mrs. Irvine I '
1 ,',!"K" Mr John C. Norrls
n"Up "u,mUI V-
; WATCH HILL CI PS MATCH
HOCKAWAY.
I'os Player
No. I - r M Prince. ,lr
No. 3-L. K. Stisldard
No. s u. ia. Montague ..
liack Joshua Crane ..
! Toula
II .ap
Poil Pl..er COOPEBBTOWN
! No l-F. s on Stade
II oftB
I No 2 ( . ( . Bumsey
S,f $1 ',
Bw s,,i"lsu"
Toiala .,
Horkaaayikiala earned, o. bv baadlcap.O; leal
by IcsV rieh'.'mr.,
13. Heferee-J C Smlther Tinier Joyce
tlVKHTVRPCri' PINAL HATCH.
I. Ir I Ii I IS
I'o. Plan
riaycr
H lai.
No ,j ( . Hsthborue
' .NO. I J . AniorV.
sw. ., ti. i 1 1, i iii as
Back r. A. Clark ..
totals
8ANDP1PRRS.
Pos, Playet
No I Philip Itaiiilnlpti
No. 2 i..,dfr, Preeoe.
No I W, 11 Slralghl
Hark- IV K liailus
II cap
Totals
Leopards thitla earned. 1; by handlcao .
less pensltles, i. Total, ia Sftadplners
i.oals earned. 1 hy handicap. ;. less iM-oaltlea 1'
Total. i, Rrfrrrr Joshurf Crane Timet
Joyce.
MAXWELL AND ROBERTSON WIN.
Their isn M, IB I la Best 4 ar la
Foareomes al Srarsdalr.
i. w. Maxweii nnd uuy k. Robertson
were the winner of the four ball four
somes, combined scores and handicap to
count over the links of the Scarsdale
(Jolf and tVmntry Club yesterday. Their
card was 151 a. IM. The other at
traction was a ball sweepstakes in two
Classes, Prestley S. Maclauahlln. with
dfvs?o,,:3whT,,VThrnVHrung
whs the wiiu.ee w ,.h ft ". i w --
whs the winner, with fl"i
-1.
i in -
scor.-s
fouraomea L, w Maxwell ami Qua
B. HobertHon, ir.9 a', lftl j ft. D, Hallatt
and W. R Zimmerman, 192 34. lr.s
C, S. Cock and C. S. QUIeaple, 1S2 24
IT'S; W. H. Whitney and M. (1. Surrctt
IM 25. ltl.
Sweepstakes Class A I'. s M u--
luughiin. S2 , 73 ; o. K. Robertson, Tl
4. 74 . W. C Worrell, 84 0, 7:, ; j. m
Stcwarl. MP 14. TB ; C. S. ililloenle S7
12. 7ft.
Claas B II. A. Young. I& II, 77
Harry Shalmers. .'. 17, 7s ; W. S. Sim
merman. 9H IK. 7S; K. D. W. Hallett
It It. 80.
Lee Now Tsisrdo HrrurS llaldrr.
TVXSPO Park, July 28.- The record for
the Tuxedo golf course again wus luol en
to-day by C. 8. I.e.- doing the elaliteon
holes In 70. lientlng the Inst previous
record of 71 made hy Professional Vlnal
of the Tuxedo Club last week. To-ilay's
mutch was 11 four ball game, with i'"s
laM mid Richmond Tulnot opposed to
Newell W. Tllton and (Jrlswold Uorlllard
Mr. le'a card waa as follows :
nut .
In. .
.1 i 1 i 1 1 n, I
,14111411 i
II
3- 7ft
Itavlft, Coatrllfti and Ohne Clnsa.
Charley Iiavls, Mike Costello and I'aul
Ohm- will clash to-night in n match race
that features Die card ut the Brighton
item-it tftadluin Motoriiroiuc Henri st.
Yves will compel.- In 11 two mil.- race
with Kraus Kreba and lltlly Vandcrtiury
aa hla opponents.
Williams 4 Vp oa f'olnnrl.
1 Wkst (iiiaNdK. N. .1., .Inly ft j
Wlllliims was the winner of the t,
ngndlcap at the Ksmcx fount
flittt iri.lf rror-.. ttAmti iMklss . '
j, us, in i Up
on the COIOBtl ai the olid ,,f ,y'
round. This wh In Clam .
petition, Kred f Hw-ker tli.
"onji-
ge ootid with X up and Nit fin
and Ocorge B, Hcckcr tleil for third place
with 1 up each In Clail H V s y, , ,
I and T. H. I'l'lser came home abioaal WUtl
C up. The other scoree In Hie .1,.
I weis: John IMy, 4 up; I'. .1. Klvnn, 4 UB
, J. it. CrawmBi 3 up, mid k i. Pupki
, 1 up.
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the W onderful s luea we sold ihetn in neai
and used motor cats It was th,. Im
week of our HKBI'ILpINd s.l.i in,,
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even last week.
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prices the tarliiu customers hair Disced
iian tlielr cars for us to dispos, (,f while
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ANTBKD motor cars al nbmit t thrt-
orlglnai Prices, including f.nnal :
4. 3. Sand 7 Passenger lourlagcari ojllntn
grade standard makes; 1013 models
EISY
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Mil
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rntnlition u hirh Vtv arJ
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USED
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MOTOR CAR
ACCESSORIES
T t ar aeltlDl r(T)-),
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on the rt. Ila r I irv
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Cars Selling Like "Wild Fire"
Delivery Autos $165 to $400
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MITCHKLUl
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OriimiiMraiititi (liven; KtSstnlnstton in
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MctelluriiOtteSi PscttsrUai Itereca, Pcrrlr
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2d hand Bodies $10 to $75
350 Closed Bodies, All Makes
.M" " Mi Kll Al. Ill NEW
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Delivery Bodies Dirt Cheap
His- aric-.. 8ntal-l'.' tor Tri
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10,000 Shoes & Tubes ' 3 Value
Trucks, Sightseers, Buses, etc.
Baal UaltM. Im-i.ihiK. il-. ii,u wuu-
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2, 4, 6. 8 West 62d St,
licit
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o t'nquestlnnsbl) lit
SJOSl lip le .tale" I'sl ttil'shmcilt in tills fi
isit our iiuiuiing snd Judge ror Touneli
s sMr- atruetuR friim street lo etreet.
Ill si RABtiAIKS M Alt M I Al lie
in u K At ttiiiit mngnouti raetag, lourint. ''
and neat n.-ti . perfect cmtdtiinn
CADI LI VCaVCIIAIAlKRa toy loi.n.au and to
Inc. late models; loweal prices
i: i-i A PLANDliRS tourlnt sad runaboui
several IUU) models; urgauiii
HAYNR8 ft HI'DSON rsreSDOUl and nuuih u
and ft sod . passenger lourlai
I.1HU ft pLOSUOBlU! ItU and other '
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ITODDAHD ft BTKVKNa ruaabouta, lourmi
I ami 7 naftseuger late modelft
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iw new pope harth)!?!)
1 1 eyl guaranteed, brand new. elcg-.ni. Ii-i ' I
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latr 1110: gua ran leisj perfect lenvlugfoi
must sell Monday; bring coah; aoaai 11 -KIPPKTH,
llou Proauway, nn flisii "
lunibus.
UHKU 1 AllS, all Ills eft trial ill'., u 01
aoasaleratuin; nianufai .1 -' relnil :
egtremely lou prlcea; autoa isken 11 -iiam:s-iiIi:hmii.iii
i n to., .'i i
1.. .. .
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fthouti luurlnti rinsed -i-'l piisltiess tin. .,
klindtrd eats sTUHAlil' M IIT, "' W '
lull HAI.K 91 at Horse Power 1 '
DelK'eri W'agoP, In llrsl class -.n .li - ut -ai
KIN v I H B iinuss . n . jftj n t
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die principles Our apeclft I course oi a oil 1 1
insiiuciiiiii for car owners lAOtOUrpt) e 4 pi '
ihe worklut perls of a car; leaehei noa ui ivoM
engine Iroubw aad lessen tin coal el ir
Hay or evening Uialruclkai In snisll clsale'
privately Total oosl Ion lftl Willi for ear
MTKIUall el lift 41
so sat 1 1 ,'nli si. neat Hrioidii )
T.Mt.le.i on Honest) ' I'raapri
fiilttiMM hhmi.i prosrceilveensi ' -
, vale .11 das- Ipsiri
Wal.l
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