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JRufi Fans Fioe Times as Yankees Break Eoen With BrownsGiants Win in 'Twelfth-Dodgers Lose
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THE SUN &ND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1920.
SPENCER'S SIHGLE
! RESCUES GIANTS
r
Vivo Huns Scored in Twelfth
jlrlnsr Defeat to Cardi
nals by 0 to 4-.
38,83 Paid Fans See
ELLIOTTS WILD PEG
COSTLY TO DODGERS
Spengler and Eagan Win
Olympic Boxing Finals
a ..
I
Shocker Tame the Babe
Ninth Inning Throw-Allows
,.,rial to Tim Suk akd N'iw Yoaic linum.
St. lame, July IS. In on exciting
twelve Inning game hero to-day the
GlanU defeated the Cardinals by a
Vore of 6 to 4. After Frlsch had been
'Hsroed of In the twelfth Kelly was hit
by a pitched ball and King singled to
right. Doyle was thrown put by Sher
dell out Spencer beat out a hit to
iWan, Kelly and King both scoring.
Barnes was hit hard In spots by the
iCsrdlnnls. but ho managed to-tiold on
'until his -eam mate8 ca-ma through with
the runs necessary to win tho game,
'gchupp hurled seven Innings against tho
Giants. Then ho gavo way to a pinch
hitter. Ho was succcedod by North,
who In turn gavo way to Bhordell.
f The fielding of Bums, Frlsch and
'Heathcoto featured the gamo.
A paw nnl a nn crror nnd a
double play figured In tho scoring of a
run by the Giants In the third Inning.
Snyder started the Inning by wnlklng
and Barnes, In attempting to sacrifice,
tucceeded In beating out a bunt. Clem
'ons's tardy throw was so wide that
Snyder went all the way to third on tho
error. Lavan made a great stop of
"Dunn's swift grounder through tho box
'and started a doublo piny that engulfed
both Burns and Barnes, 'but Snyder
ncored while tho double killing was In
prosress.
Three more runs were scored by tha
Glints In tha fourth Inning. Young was
thrown out by Lavan, but Frlsch
jingled to centre, stole eecona and
scored on Kelly's slnglo to left centre.
King walked and Doylo drove a long
fly to McHenry, Kelly taking third on
.the catch. King stole second. Snyder
flammed the ball to the fence In left
centre and Kelly and King scored.
Barnes was called out on strikes.
In the Cardinals' half of this Inning
Burns made a circus catch of a low line
drive from Hornsby's bat This was
"the star fielding feature of tho day.
' After Knodo, batting for SchuDp, had
'been retired In tho sixth. Smith doubled
'over Young's head. Frlsch mada a
great atop of Fournlcr's rap down tho
third base foul lino and threw him out.
gralth being held at second, but Sto'cl
singled to right and Smith crossed tha
plate.
' North, who assumed the pitching bur
den for St. Louis In the seventh, was
fortunate In not being scored upon In
that 'nnlng. After Barnes hnd beon re
tired on a fine atop and throw by Lavan
Burns walked and stole second. Ban
croft popped to Hornabyr but Toung
walked. Frlsch singled to right and
Burns tried to score. Heathcote, how
ever, out him down at tho plate with a
splendM throw to demons.
Aftu Barnes had disposed of Lavan
and Clemons In the QTardlnals' half of
this frame McHenry doubled to left and
Heathcote singled to right, scoring the
former.
In the eighth the Cardinals tied the
score. Smith led off with a slnglo to
ileft, and advanced to second when
iDoyle threw out Fournler. Stock singled
!to left, scoring Smith. Stock scored
when Hornsby 'tripled to right centre.
, A squeeie play was tried, but Lavan
bunted the ball on a line Into Barnes's
.hands and Hornsby was easily doubled
i off third.
J In the ninth Bancroft beat out a hit
,to Lavan after Bums had bdfen retired
itnd Youne moved him un with a sacrl-
'flee. Frlsch poked a single to right,
iut Heathcote camo through with an
other great throw and Bancroft was
dipped at the plate. The score:
J NEW YORK (N.) I ST. LOUIS (N.)
, abrhio ao abrh o ae
Burnt, it.. 4 u u a uujj.tjmiin.it nsz u uu
iBanc'tss. 5 0 1 2 7 0 Fo'nler.lb 5 0010 0 0
iTounx.rf. 3 00 2 01
IHtocK.3b.. rj 1 2 2 10
lEFmlth.c 00 0 1 0 0;
H'nsby.Sb. B O 1 S 4 0
'FrlKh.3b 513 3 4 0
IKsllr.lb.. 52 2 IB JO
Lavan.as.. n 02 2 T 1
Clemons.c 3 0 0 ft 0 2
Mr.r.CI.. 42 3 Ul
tiOTle.2b. BOO 3 6 0
Snj-der.c. 412 1 101
IHe'cote'.rf B01 2 2 0
Bp'cer.rf 101 0 0 0
scnupp.p.. mil u 2 0
VA,th n. nnn n nn
Eirr.M.p. 501 2 3 0
tMcCarty 100 0 00
Isherdell.D 20 1 0 3 0
ItlCnode... 100 0 00
Tctals.. 61238 23 2
ISchUlta.. 100 0 .00
IJanvrln.. 00 0 0 ,0 0
Totals. .43 41136 103
-na,n tor anyaer in eieventn innme.
Batted tor Young In eleventh Inning.
tBatted tor Schupp. In sixth Inning.
IBitted for North In seventh Inning.
IRin for Clemons'ln ninth Inning.
New York 00130000000 2-6
Bt. Loale 000001120000 t
Two but hits Snyder, Kelly, J. Smith,
McHenry, Three base hit Horneby. Stolen
leies Klnr. Frlach. Burns. Spencer. Sacrl-
flcss-Touruj. Dames, McHenry. Double
plays-Kslly, Bancroft and Kelly: Barnes
fni Fnaoh; Barnea, Bancroft and Frlach:
Lavan and Fournler: Schupp, Ilornaby and
Founder. Left on bases New Tork. 12; St.
louts, 5. Bases on balls Oft Barnes. 1; off
Schupp, 5: off North, 2: off Sherdall, 2.
Jlltt-Off Schupp, 3 In 6 innings; off North,
1 In 1 lnnlnf ; off Sherdell, 6 In 5 Innings.
Hit by pitcher-fly. Sherdell (Kelly). Struck
out-Bjr Barnei, 1; by Schupp, 2; by Sher
dell, 1. Passed ball Clemons. . Losing
pitcher Bhsrdell. Umplrea-O'Day and Qulg
itj. Time of game 2 hours and 23 minutes.
REDS DEFEAT Pmi.LIES.
CINCINNATI, Ohio, July 13 (National).
-Cincinnati bunched hits off Meadow In
to Innlnirs and won from Philadelphia
to 2. Wlngo's hard hitting was a feature.
The score;
PHILADELPHIA (N.)
CINCINNATI (N.)
abrh o a e
ab r h o a e1
" lete.lb 3 1 1 11 10
R Irs.2b 1 ft n 5 an
Rath,2b. . 4 11 2 3 0
D'ubrt.lb 52 1 8 0 0
Iloush.cf 310 1 0 0
Duncan, If 3 11 2 0 0
'Wll'ms.cf 401 2 0 0
nn.rr 4ii l o oi
ju!l,lf 40 2 3 01Neale,rf. 312 0 10
Tehr.ii 4 01 2 3 0
Mnier.31 301 0 4 0
J'r,o, 301 2 0 2
SU'dM.p 301 1 2 1
Ibrvu,. 100 0 0 0
Crane.Sb. 401 2 2 0
Stcklng.as 811 0 2 0
WingO.O, 4 13 no
Rlng.p.. 4 01 1 2 0
Totals. 31 2 0 24 14 4 Totals. 83 8 11 27 10 0
'Batted for Meadows In the ninth Inning.
iadelphla 00100000 ,12
Cincinnati 0 q 4 0 0 0 4 0 x 8
VTi0 6lM hita-Wlngo, Williams. Meadows,
stolen bajes-Neale. Meusel. Sacrifices
aUi , lUwllngs, 2; Tragesser. toubla plays
rV'and Crane; Blcjdng. Rath and Dau
."''her and Paulette. Left on bases
ffii?.hl. 7; Cincinnati, 0. Bases on
j;1501' Ring. 2; of Meadows. 4. Struck
H'h:T"""r. UmpIrea-McCormlck and
. ol Kame 1 nour 48 minutes.
. wmra sox vicToniocs.
tatiK0' 3uP 13 (Amerlcan).-Chl-fnfm
w .the opening game of tha aeries
antage than tha Senators. The score
ICS.(A) WASHINGTON (A.)
Fete '11 2 I rtRotb rf..U,4 0 2 B 00
SffnTfC H?.2 1 0 HarTls.2b3 0 1 1 8 0
Clatter.' Ill n ?25"M 110 1 0 0
wue.p, 4u Q a 0 O'harlty.o 4 00 6 10
ala. 35 3 10 27 1921 . u z0
Han for raih. "J00
!tlc4r yrnin inning,
ilnrton " XI"?
iooooo
1-fl
0-3
o o o o .o i
JtoSn t5Tr.rit2r1fboW' Jeon 2, Jelsch.
S?nn ,buA rs"al. CIcotte. Sncflflceil:
'WaWa '; TT?!,,,?Urri,V Doubl. plays-
en C0""1' and Weavar. Left
n balli-SffW'v55 Washington. 6. Daso
CIcotte 3 LZ5chr, u. Btruck out-Hy
w Morlart 5fmhr5' "niplrea-Chlil
45 otattUs. ' erae-l hour and
BotSS,'DnE DBlreAT3 novnres.
tor;.,' i?1 --Jonnn' Dunde. of New
cwjki .'Julu"?!! decIalon over Johnny
ttt?i.i Bmti Boston lightweight, la
UtYt round bout her to-night.
Pitohor of tho Browns Fans
Fourteen Yankee's in First
Gamo of Doublo Heador.
nr William d. hajtna.
The Yankees emerged from a double
header yesterday with nn even break nnd
little glory. Their bltrccst crowd New
York's b It; post crowd was there. Satur
day, Sunday and holiday attendances
yesterday's beat them all. It was an
nounced odlclnlly as 88,823, which Is the
blgffest actual, It not the biggest paid,
baseball gathering the Polo Grounds ever
has held. Tho Yankees, facing pitching
extraordinary by Shocker In the first
game, -were beaten, 6 to 4, by the St
jxiuls Browns. They pulled out tho sec
ond one, 7 to 2.
Great chnnco for the Yankees to show
off, but there was not much show to
their playing, Certainly It wasn't showy.
Tho offence hadn't the usual drlvo and
clatter, and the day's work, viewed as
a whole nnd In detail, although not
'linking to any appreciable extent tho
faith of tholr huge gathering of friends
In their ability to win tho pennant, didn't
Increase ft a particle. The St. Inputs
pitchers, Shocker and Wcllman, did a
whole lot of things to the New Yorlt
batter a.
Shocker, with his spltball, curve and
change of paco, plui hoadwork by which
he repeatedly outwitted the New York
batters, Ruth In particular, suppressed
tho Yankees completely for a greater
part of the game. They reached him In
the seventh and eighth Innings with one
of their characteristic uprisings, but he
had mora than enough left to check them
In time.
The Yankees spent a considerable part
of the afternoon striking out. Shocker
t truck out fourteen In the first game, a
red letter feat, including tho whining
three UrnCs of Babo Ruth. The Tarzan-Bamblno-Colossus-Sultan
of Swat and all
the rest of It slugger had a bad day. He
struck out three times In the first game
and twice In the second and made but one
hit In six times at bat Nevertheless the
Babe made two runs! .By the sheer might
of his presence he made two runs. He
converted two walks In the second game
Into runs and thereby was Instrumental
m conducting rallies which won the
second.
The Babo would have walked oftener
had ho not gone after bad balls In his
efforts to hit homers. That's whnt the
crowd wanted htm to do, and he strives
to please, but It wasn't good baseball to
slam at bad ones the way he did. With
curves and , slow ones and dewdrops
Shocker simply outgeneraled him. Well
man struck out Beven In the second
game, the grand total of twenty-one be
ing somewhat epochal for the Yankees
in one day, and not enhanolng their
reputation ns n team which swings a
potent flail.
Staler Also Stopped.
The assist column of the Browns was
I remarkahly small for a double header,
ten In all. That shows the Yankees
weren't hitting the ball on the ground.
To the extent of twenty-one times they
didn't hit It at all. Rip Collins pitched
a poor game' as opponent of Shocker.
Mnt nnnr in th flpnsft that he Was hit
1 hard, but an unsteady game of poor
control ana preaenction tor getting into
dilemmas. In four of his six innings he
put the first man up on base some way
or other. When the Browns did bunch
hits they bunched them for results.
Slsler, another klngbee of the mallet,
was stopped too. As he didn't strike out,
he wasn't as conspicuous with his de
fections as Ruth, but he was even less
effective. Ruth's one hit counted In run
getting, but Slslers one hit didn't, and
the American League leader made one In
nine times -at bat Ruth made one In
seven. Ruth made two runs, Slsler
none.
Gerber, with two out In the fourth In
ning of the first game, whacked a home
run with a man on base. He punched
between Bodle and Vlck, each of whom
made the' mistake of trying to cut across
the path of the pellet Instead of going
out with it. Poor fielding, that; poor
Judgment Collins winged a man In the
flfth lnaertf.fi n wild DltCh and WOS
tapped for two singles. Severeld bruised
him for a home run In the sixth.
In the seventh a two nagger Dy loom,
Colllns'a mistake In jthrc-wing to the
wrong base and an infield out, the last
named off Thormahlen, sent in the sixth
St. Louis run. Entering the seventh in
.1.. h, TatiliMi had two hits. That
,,(,101 w.v .
lean supply found then scoreless.
Shocker struot oui eigni me '
first three Innings. The Yanks hopped
on him for a spell in the seventh. With
two out Meusel, Bodie and Pratt Blngled
and turned In a pair of runs.
Peck went up In the eighth to look
at Shocker's mystifying stuff, struck
out and on coming hack reported that
reports that Shocker had something
.yirntl Htlll Ward
Jammed a double to left In that inning.
Vlck did likewise ana nutn jaaae a am
iA tmk, run mora and alL for
auItA. ,a MmiAlf a rain in tha ninth.
and except for Gerber's fumble of Duffy
Lewis's grounder noooay goi on.
Moffrldffe Uoe Well.
. nn nhsontpA from
competition since he sprained his ankle
In Chicago, pitched the second game
and did right well. He outlasted Carl
viiman in the southpaw tilt Bunched
hits gave the Brownies two' runs, but
they couldn't Impart any momentum to
their attack. Ono way Mogrldge held
them In leash was to pass William
Baby Doll Jacobson whenever any
body was on base. He reserved his
sorcery for Kennetn vviiuarai unu m
ways with desired results.
..aa T!iii rnueht the second came.
.UUUU " " V
He was fresh, spry nnd peppery after
Hannah, who seems a du overwomea.
Muddy scoredn the third Inning on his
MrurrtA'E-ft'fi soerlflcs and
Ward's parabola to Tobln. Thereupon
tho Yankees sunsiaea umu wo novonm.
when Ruth took It calmly and drew
four balls. Meusel singled, ana uy
i At A Vila fa nmn inir Tiuth reached
third.- Bodle walked, Pratt's fly to Tobln
ccored Ruth ana ituers ny io xomn
would have scored MeuBel had he come
In Through some perverse working of
his way matter he held third and never
would have tallied If Tobln hadn't made
, wild return of the ball.
The New York eighth had a queer
American and National League Records.
RESULTS OF YESTERDAY'S GAMES.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
St. Irale, l New York, (first game).
New Tork. 7l St, tools, t (second game).
Detroit, iui "";"".
Cleveland,,! rMIadelphU, 1
Chicago. 5 Washington, 3.
STANDING OF
Flayed. Won. Lost. P.C. I
Cleveland ...
New York...
Chicago
Washington
St. Lonla...
Iloton
Detroit .....
Philadelphia
a; za .qui
53 23 Mi
4 29 .623
37 30 .507
3 40 .437
33 39 .473
21 50 .321
-tl 60 .159
GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TO-DAY
St. Lonla In New York.
Detroit la Beaton.
Cleveland In Philadelphia.
Chicago la Waaoloxtoa.
Leading Hitters
in Major Leagues
AMERICAN LKAOCE.
rinyer. Clnb. (1. A.R. R.
Slater, St Louis.... 78 314 fit)
Speaker, Cleveland. 78 301 71
Jnekson, Chicago,,. 73 til 48
Ruth, New York..., 73 153 10
Rice, Washington,. 73 293 44
NATIONAL LEAOTJ1!.
rinyer. Club. O. A.R. It.
Hornsby, St. Louis,, 80 318 SO
Smith, New York... 40 130 10
Konetcby. Brooklyn. 6.1 XBI 30
Koush, Cincinnati.. 71 203 33
Hollocher, Chicago.. 78 SOS 03
n. p.0.
1X8 .408
Ul .403
115 .303
00 .380
100 .330
n. p.c.
US .36?
47 .338
8S .333
80 .3X7
05 ,319
play. Ward walked. He trotted to sec
ond when ho thought Vlck had been hit
by a pitched ball. He trdtted back, when
Evans called Vlck back. He didn't have
to return to first, and he could have
been put out It the Browns had thought
of It. Moreover, ha was running the
bases tho reverse way. But as thero
wasn't enough quickness of wit on the
St Louis side to take advantago of
Ward's failure to grasp Die situation
that player didn't suffer. 'Twas com
pound Ivory.
Vlck and Plpp had struck out when
Tnrxan - Bambino - Colossus - Behemoth,
tired of swinging at something too elu
sive to bo hit, waited It out. Meusel
rammed to left, Gerber balled- up the
relay and Ruth, Class A on tho road
ways If not with the stick, scored. Bo
die's triple sent Meusel In, and Pratt's
doublo tallied Ping. That was the real
Yankees that batting bee. Williams,
Bodle, Joe Gedeon and'Del Pratt embel
lished the equatorial day with fine field
ing. The second baso play was quality
all over. The scores: '
FIRST
GAME.
ST. LOUIS (A.) I NEW YORK (A.)
Jib r h o a el nb r h o a o
Tobln.rf.. 312 1 0 0
Oedeon,2b 4 11 0 3 0
Slsler.lb.. 3 00 0 0 0
Jao'b'n.ef 4 12 2 00
Wll'ma.lf 300 2 0 0
Ward.ss.. 4 1 1
Vlck.rt.... 4 1 1
2 1
1 00
2 00
2 00
0 10
2 10
4 BO
2 10
0 -00
0 00
0 10
0 00
0 00
Plpp.lb,... 4U1
Ruth.lf... 4 0"1
Meusel,3b. 4 1 1
Smlth.Sb. 401 0 0 0
Kodle.cr... 4 i I
Pratt,2b... 4 02
Hnnnah.c. 4 00
Lewla.... 100
Fewstor.. 0 00
Collins. D... 2 00
Gerber.ss 4 11 1 01
Sev'reld.o 31 1 IS, 0 0
Shockcr.p 2 11 0 10
Totalg.,34 0 0 27 41
ThornVn.p 0 00
tPecK 1 u o
Shore.p... 00 0
0 00
tQlelch.... 1 UU
0 00
Totala...37 4 8 2T 11 1
Batted for Hannah In the ninth Inning
and safe on error. ,
tBatted for Thormahlen In the eighth In
ning and struck out.
tBatted for Shore In the ninth Inning, and
filed out.
St. Louis 0 0 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 (1
Nev York 00000022 0-4
Runs batted In By Jacobson, 2i by Oerber,
2; by Williams. 1; by Severeld, 1; by Vlck,
1: by Ruth, 1; by Pratt, 2. Two baso hits
Ward, Vlck. Tobln, Pratt. Homo runs Ger
ber, Severeld. Sacrifice hits Shocker, Will
iams, Gedeon. First base on errors St.
Louis, 1; New York, 2. Left on basesSt.
Louis. 7; New York, 0. Double play-Dodle
and Tratt. Bases on balls Off Collins, 1;
off Thormahlen, I. Struck out By 8hocker.
14; by Collins. 2. Hit by pitched ball-By
Collins. 2 (Gedeon, Shocker). Wild pitch
Collins. Earned runs Off Shocker. 4; off
Collins, 0. Hits-Off Collins, 7 In 0 Innings;
off Thormahlen, 2 In 2 Innings; off Shoro, 0
In 1 Inning. Losing pitcher Colllna. Umpires
Hlldebrand and Evans. Time of game 2
hours and S minutes.
8ECOND GAME.
ST. LOUIS (A.) I
NEW YOHIv (A.)
abrh o a e
al r li o a e
Tobln.rf. 00 1 S OHWnrd.ss..
210 4 2 0
400 2 00
O'dcon.Ib 4 12 11 OlVlck.rf.
Flsler.lb. 401 0 OO'Plpp.lb.,
J'hson.cf . 2 0 1 1 nOlRuth.lf. ..
3 0 112 10
o o n
2 00
W'ms.lt.. 4 1 2 0 0 0lMeusl,3b 4 23 0 1 0
Bmlth.3h. 4 00 0 3 0 Bodle.rf
.111 1 0 0
301 3 r. 0
Gerber.ss 4 0 1 1 0 1
rratt.2b.
Ruel.c...
Srvereld.c 3 0 0 10 2 0
4 113
Well'n.p. 301 0 0 0
M'rldge.p. 200
0
m in. l ui u uu
Totals. 27 7 7 21 16 0
Totals. 34 2 10 24 0 2
Batten ror YVetiman in tna ninth liuimg
and singled. t
St. Loul 10010000 0-2
New York 00100024 x-7
Runs batted In By Williams, 1; by Gor
ber, 1; by Meusel, 1: by Bodle, 1; by Pratt,
2; by Ward, 1. Two base hits Gedeon,
Metiel, Pratt. Throe base htt-llodle. Sac
rifice hltP-Gedeon, Smith. Sacrifice files
Ward, Pratt. Double plays Severeld nnd
Gerber; Pratt, Ward and Plpp, Left on
bases St. Louts, B: New York. 4, Bases
on balls Off Weltman, S; off Mogrldge, 2.
Struck out By Wellman, 7. Earned runs
Off Wellman. (1; off Mogrldge, 2. Umpires
Evans and Hlldebrand. Time of game 1
hour and 50 minutes.
INTERNATIONAL' LEAGUE.
RESULTS OF YESTERDAY'S GAMES.
Akron, 9; Jersey City, B.
Baltimore, &; Buffalo, 2.
Syracuse, 6; Rochester, S.
Reading, 8; Toronto, 2 (first game).
Reading, 11; Toronto, 2 (second game),
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
W. L. PC.
Buffalo..., S3 27 .6031
Baltimore. 51 23 .846
Toronto... S2 31 .627j
Akron SO 30 .C2J
W. L. PC.
Reading..., 41 40 .501)
Jersey City 80 SO .37T.
Rochester.. 28 54 .323
Syracuse... is 01 .228
GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TO-DAY.
Jersey City In Akron. 1
Baltimore In Buffalo.
Reading In Toronto,
AT AKRON.
Jersey City. 1010' 1001 1-5 13 E2
Akron.....'. 0050100 3 x-0 13 3
Batteries Gill and Freltag; Flhneran and
Walker.
AT BUFFALO.
n. ij. r.
Baltimore.. 0 3 0 0 1 1 0 0. 0-5 11 2
uurraio..... tuuuuuui o-a 0 4
Ilatterles Offden and Eean; Wesse, Mc
Cabe, Correthess and Bengough.
AT ROCHESTER. '
11. TI. E.
Syracuse... 0 0 2 0 ',0 1 0 1 2 C 13 1
Rochester... 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0-3 13 1
Batteries Mcornner ana Niebergall: Uarnci
and Rosa.
AT TORONTO.
First game R1L E.
Reading.... 25000010 0-8 8 1
Toronto 00100010 0-2 B 1
natterles Bamnanlt ana Konnlck: Rhea.
Heck and Devlne. - .
Second game It II. E.
Reading... 0 0 5 3 0 0 11 1-11 18 1
Toronto... 1 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 02 0 2
mttertes Bwarta and Konnlck: Peterson.
Bader, Qulnn and Devlne.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
At Milwaukee n. ir w.
Milwaukee 8 7 4
Indianapolis 3 8 2
Datlenes jones ana Mennnet aearln and
Stumpf, Gaston.
At Kansas City n. H. E.
Louisville 4 11 1
Kansas City ....1 1 8 1
natteriea ixng ana Keener: Letter and
Sweeney.
Tho columsus-Bt. Paul Kama was nn.t.
poned on account-of rain,
Tha Toledo-Minneapolis gams was post
poned on account of wet grounds.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
New York, 61 St. Louis, 4 (U Innings).
Chicago, 3 1 Brooklyn, 2.
PltUburg, 5; Boston, 2.
Cincinnati, 8) Philadelphia, S.
THE CLUBS.
Flayed. Won. Lost
P.C.
.582
.531
.507
.500
.500
urooKijn v v M
Cincinnati ... 71 43 31
Pittsburg ,.. 73 37 30
St. Lcrals 30 .40 40
Chicago 89 40 40
New York 77 30 41
Boston 63 3l 37
Philadelphia 75, 30 43
.4431
.430
.400
New York' In St. Lonla. -Brooklyn
in Chicago.
Boston In Pittabarv.
Philadelphia la Cloctamatl
,, Cuba to Win.
Special to Tns Ban and Nsw Yobk Hjjuld.
Cmcuao, July IS. Harold Elliott, a
former Cub, In attempting to catch Davo
Robertson off second base In the ninth
Inning, threw the ball to centre field
and two Cubs crossed the plate. This
error gave to-day's game to the Cubs
over the Dodgers by a score of S to 2.
Tho Dodgers were about to snatch
victory from Grovor Cleveland Alexander
when Elliott made his costly threw. The
league leaders entered the Cubs' halt
of the ninth leading by one run. Leon
.Cadoro, who had hurled brilliantly aftor
the first. Inning, suddenly lost his effect
iveness, Terry, the first man to face
him, hit to loft centro, but Zack, Wheat,
with gloved hand outstretched, made a
wonderful catch. Merkle followed with
a single to left and Robertson cracked a
curvo up against the right field wall for
two bases. Flock was put In to run for
Merkle.
Wllbcrt Rqbertsonthen roplaced Ca
doro with Al Mamaux. Barber, batting
for Paskert was being purposely passed
when lly Myers crept In close 'to second
as Robertson took a long lead off the
bag. After receiving the third wldo
pitch, Elliott shot tho ball with great
spoed toward second. It went past
Myers like a rlflo shot to deep centre.
Fmck daBhed across the plate with the
tying run and Robertson followed him
with the winning tally.
The Cubs scored their, first run off
Cadore In tho opening session, when
Twombley tripled to light centre nnd
scored on Hollocher's double.
In the sixth Whent tripled to left and
scored whon Myers followed with a,
threo bagger over Paskert's head.
Myers tried to Btretch the hit Into a
homo run but was cut down at the plato.
Konoy followed with a single. It was
Orlmcs's bad coaching whkh sent
Myers homo.
The Dodgers scored their second tally
in tho ninth, when Griffith singled to
centre and reached second on Paskert's
poor throw to the Infteld. Griffith ad
vanced to third on' a wild pitch nnd
scored on Myors's sacrlflce fly- The
score ;
BROOKLYN (N.) I CHICAGO (N.)
ab r h o a e M ab r h j a
OIson.se. 4010 BO.T'bley.rf. 4 1 2 3 0 0
T-.mn.ih a no 0 OOlII'cher.ss. 402 2 SO
O'flth.rf. 4 01 0
Wheat.lf. 3 1 1 8
Myers.cf. 3 12 3
Koney.lb 301 0
K'duffb 4 00 4
Elllott.o. 3 00 2
Cadore, p. 3 0 0 1
M'maux.p 0 00 0
. - . . m. inn 1 in
0 0 Merkle.lb. 4 0 1 0 0 0
0 0 Ifson.lt.. 4 11 0 0 0
1 OlPaskert.ct 30 1 2 11
2 ltDeal,3b... 301 1 10
1 HKtllefer.c. 3 00 7 0 0
2 OlAIex'der.p 3 00 0 1 0
0 0 tFlack.... 010 0 0 0
inarber., uvu y uu
Tnlal 11 n nM 1.
4-
I Totals. 31 3 8 27 11 1
nn nut wiien ulnnlnc run was scored.
tRan for Merkl" In the ninth Innlnf.
IBatted for I'askert In the ninth tnnlnj.
Brooklyn 00000010 1 3
Chicago 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-3
Two base hlts-Hollocher. Robertson. Three
base lilts Twombley, Olson, Wheat, Myers,
Sacrifices Terry, Myers. Left on bases
Brooklyn, Si Chicago. 4. Raiea on balls
Off Alexandor, 2. Hlts-Off Cadore, 8 In
S 1-3 Innings. Struck out-Ily Cadore. 2; by
Alexander, 0. Wild pitch-Alexander. Los
Ing pitcher Cadoro. Umpires Klem and
Emslle. Time of game-1 hour 48 minutes.
IIGEKS FORCE PENNOCK OUT.
Boston, July 13 (American). Detroit
hit Pennck hard in tho first inning to
day, forcing his retirement, Fortune
also was pounded hard, the visitors gain
ing a 10 to 4 victory over Boston in the
opening game of tho series. Flagstead
made three doubles and n single. The
score :
DETROIT (A.)
BOSTON (A.)
ab r li o a
Ballev.rf 4 01 4 10
ab r h o it
Youn.2b 5 11 ft 2 0
Q.B'sh.ss 4 11 2 3 0
M'Klty.th 4 0 0 1 4 1
cobb.cr.. ft i i i u i
M'nsky.lf 81 0 3 0 1
vcach.ir 3 2 2 4 oo
pcnang.ei .111 a u 11
M'Inls.lb 4 1311 0 0
I'oster,3b 401 2 3 0
Pcott.es. 4 11 1 8 0
W'lters.c, 300 2 0 0
Vltt...." 100 0 0 0
V'noek.p 000 0 0 0
Fortune.p 8 0 1 0 0 0
tJ. Bush 100 0 0 0
FTr.trl.rf 3 34 0 0 0
El'son.lb 51 2 7 0 0
P'nell.Sb 3 00 3 0 0
Wo'dal.c 4 01 3 10
Leon'rd.p 3 11 0 2 0
Totals. 30 1013 27 8 0
Totals.34 4 8 27 14 2
Ratted for Walters In the slnth Inning.
tBatted for Fortune In the umth Inning.
Detroit 30020000 5-10
Boston 2 0 9 1 0 0 1 0 0-4
Two baso hits Flagstead. 3: Veach. Leon
ard, Cobb, Mclnnls,' Scott, Thrte baso hit
Veach. Btnten bases O. Bush, Menocky.
Sacr f ces r ne . O. Bush. Left on bases
Detroit, flt Boston, B. Bases on halls Off
Leonard, 2: orr Fortune, 2. lilts orr ren
nock, '4 In 1 Inning; off Fortune, 9 In 8
Innings, struck- out ny Leonard, 4; Dy
Fortune. 2. Wild pitch Leonard. Loslne
pltcher-Pennock. Umpires Frell and Din
noen. Time of game 1 hour and 53 min
utes. TWO STRAIGHT FOR PIRATES.
PITTSBURG, July 13 (Natlonal).-Plttaburg
made It two straight from Boston by win
ning to-day's game, 5 to 2. Carlson kept tha
visitors' hits scattered, while the home team
bunched hlta with Boston's mlaplaya. Tha
score:
BOSTON (N.)
ab rh o
Ponell.cf 501 2
PITTSBURG (NO
ab r h o a e
a e
10
Blgbea,lf 402 3 0 0
Plck,2b... 4 1 1
Mann. If.. 311
Crulae.rf. 401
Holke.lb. 3 01
B'ckel.Sb. 4 01
M'vllle.sa 4 0 2
Gowrty.c. 3 0 0
Ch'bury, 10 0
31
Carey.cf... 5 01 3 01
00
00
00
S'wortli.rf 8 21 a 0 0
W'ltted.3b 401 1 2 0
Cuta'w.2b. 4 0 2 2 1 0
31
Grlmm.lb. 313 8 8 0
2 0!
Caton 3 10 2 4 0
0 3IHa'f fner.0 4 11 3 10
Carlaon.p. 4 0 0 2 1 1
Srott.p... 301
fEayra.. 100 0
Totals.. 34 5 11 27 12 2
Totals.. S3 2 0 24 11 5
Batted for Gowdy In ninth Inning,
tBatlea ror hcoh in nintn inning.
Itnston 10100000 0-2
I'lttsburg 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 i-5
Two base hit Boeckrl. Three base hit
Whltted. Stolen baaea Mann. Holke, Maran
vllle. Carey, Southworth. Blgbee. Sacrlflco
Crlmm. Double playa Whltted and Grimm;
Iioockel and Holke; Boeckel. pick and Holke,
Left on bases Boston, 8: Pittsburg, 0. Bases
on balls Off Scott. 3; off Carlson, 2. Struck
out By Scott, 2; by Carlson, 3. Winning
pitcher Carlson. Losing pltchsr Scott. Urn-
fires Rtgler and Moran. Time of game
hour and 40 minutes.
SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION.
At Atlanta- R.H. E.
Atlanta ....1 2 5.2
Birmingham 4 8 0
Batteries Boone, Suggs and Miller; Glea
ner and Gooch.
At New Orleans R. H. E.
New Orleans 4 6 0
Mobile 1 8 2
Batteries Bartoot and Dowle; Hlgman and
Pond.
At Memphis R. H. E.
Memphis 0 11 1
Nasbvtlla , 2 0 0
llahierlea Marshall and Blschofy; Perdue
and jennard.
AtrLlttle Rock- R. H. E.
Little Rock 8 13 1
Chattanooga I.8.8 2
Batteries Jonnard and Brottem; York and
Nelderkorn. .
EASTERN LEAGUE.
At Springfield- R. It. E.
Springfield ... g 10 1
Worcester 1 ' 8 10 2
Batteries Purvere and Wilder; Blah and
Redman.
At Hartford- n. H. B.
Hartford , 0
Plttetteld 2 4 2
Batteries) Adams, and Damrn; Kellther and
Uayden.
At New Haven- R. H. E.
New Haven 13 13 1
Albany 2 5 2
' Batteries Brown and Nagle; Scanlon, Rob
inson and Predlger.
At Waterbury R. II. E.
Waterbury 3 1 1
Bridgeport .. - 2 5 1
Batteries-M. Walsh and Skiff! Williams
and Shlnsult.
FRANK IE BURNS A WINNER.
Frankla Burns, the Jersey City bantam,
last night outpointed Jack Sharkey, the West
sidar. in their twelve round bout In the Ar
. t A.. Jersey City. Burns welahed 131
nounda and Bharkey 125 pounda. In an eight
rtund bout. Buddy Strague of Harlem won
over Frankla Flemmlng of Staten Ialaml.
Bullet Harrison and Jlmmla Malley drew In
. ,ix rounder, while In another sir round
affair Willie Nelaon and Kid Murjhy boxed
to a draw.
" BASEBALL TO-DAY, POLO GROUNDS,
3:30 F. XL Yankees vs. Bt. Loulimlda.
WHIIam Bpengler, a member of the
New York Police Department, nnd Kd
ward P, Eagan of Yalo University
last night earned the right to represent
this country to the Olymplo boxing
championships 4n Antwerp noxt month
by winning the Judges' decisions over
tholr opponents in tho final round of
the trials In the Sixty-ninth Regiment
Armory. The policeman will represent
Uncle Gam In the heavyweight class,
while the EU boxer will wear the
United States emblem In the 175 pound
class.
Spengler was pltte against Lieut
Samuel Stewart of the United States
Army and the pair furnished the best
bout of the night. The policeman was
awarded tho Judges' decision at the end
of the three rounds only after a hard
tussle. The soldier boxer proved a good
opponent for Spengler, but was- unable
to stand up under the heavy blows of
tho bluecoat In the final round.
Eagan also had a soldier as hla oppo
nent In the final of that class. The Yalo
student competed against Sergeant Ted
Schneider of the United States Army
and received the Judges' verdict at the
completion of throe rounds. This also
resulted In a lively bout In which both
boxers landed many hard blows. These
CHAPMAN'S HOMER
WINS FOR INDIANS
Is the Only Hit Made Off
W ' f Aml l i 3
nommei, stzniezicsr rucner.
-
I'hiladrlthia, July 13 (American).
Chapman's home run, the only hit oft
Rommell In tho eight and two-third In
nings he pitched, won the opening game
of tho scries for Cleveland today, 4
to 3.
Keefo was batted out of tho box wltti
ono out tn the first and the only man
to reach first on Rommel was Chap
man, who drew a base on balls In addi
tion to his home run. The score : '
CLEVELAND (A.)
ab r h o a e
PHILADELPHIA (A.)
ab r h oaf
J'leson.lf. 4 11 2 0 0
Wltt.rf... 402 2 0 0
Dvkes,3b. 300 2 2 0
Walker.lf. 4 00 1 0 0
1; man.ss 3 z 2 3 30
So'ker.cf. 3 00 2 0 0
Smith. rf. .4 11 0 0 0
Dugan.2b. 4 0 0 1
60
10
00
20
00
G'dner,3b.4 0 1 2 30
Welch, cf. 4 12 3
Gr'lffln.lb 4 0017
W'nss.2b.'3 0 0 2 1 0
J'ston.lb. 3 0010 0 0
rerkins.c. 312 1
Thomas. 00 0 0
O'Nelll.c, 3 00 0 0 0
(J'well.p. 3 00 0 4 1
G'way.as. 3 12 0
20
Keere.D... 000 0 10
Totala. 30 4 B 2711 1
Rommel,!) 2 0 1 0 2 0
TstrunK.. 1 uu u uu
Totals. 323 027130
Ran for Perkins In the ninth Inning.
tBatted for Rommel In tho ninth Inning.
Cleveland S 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-4
Philadelphia 0 0. 1 1 1 0 0 0 0-3
Three baso hit Smith. Home runs Chap
man, Welch. Stolen base Dyke. Sacrl
flcea Speaker, Rommel, Galloway, Dykes.
Double plays Caldwell, Gardner and Chap
man; Welch and Griffin. Left on bases
Cleveland. 1; Philadelphia. 0. Bases on
balls Off Caldwell, 1; off Rommel. 1. Hlts
Off Keefe, 4 In 1-3 Inning; off Rommel, 1
In R 2-3 Innings. Struck out By Caldwell, 4.
LosInK pitcher Keefe, Umpires Connollv
and Nallln. Time of game 1 hour and 37
minutes,
VINCENT RICHARDS WINS.
Thnndcr Shower Interfere With
National Clny Court Match.
Chicago, July 13. A series of heavy
thunder showers swept contestants off
the courts several times during the
afternoon games In the national clay
court tennis tournament. In one match
Vincent Richards of New York defeated
Wallace Bates of Berkeley, Cal., 64,
6 2, In the fourth round of the mens
singles. In the third round Walter Wes-
brook of Detroit won from Harry Bossat
of Chicago, 64, 62.
It. Llndley Murray of Niagara Falls,
N. Y., the general favorite In the tourna
ment, was not present, but L. R. Hayes
of Chicago defaulted to him In order to
keep Murray In tho running. Murray is
expected to-morrow morning.
BLOOM OUTPOINTS DONLEY. .
Special to Tits Sun and New Yokk Hihald.
Phil Bloom of Brooklyn outpointed. Mickey
Donley of Newark In a twelve round bout
last night In the Colltseum open air club
In Neark. Bloom was the inoro nggrcsslv?
and hit the harder blows. In a second
twelve round bout Johnny Summer.i of New
York outpointed Bailor Joe Dundee of theJ
J. D. a. lenncasce.
How Batsmen of Local
Ball Clubs Are Hitting
Including games played July 12.
YANKEES.
O. An. R. H. 2B.
73 247 78 03 17
01 253 40 83 26
07 232 62 81 15
73 207 44 81 11
70 2S0 40 85 16
23 87 11 25 4
78 814 57 BS 20
32 103 21 54 4
11 24 3 6 2
0 8 2 2 0
8 8 12 0
55 170 10 43 6
53 214 23 52 7
23 66 13 10 5
16 33 2 8 3
22 SO 3 12, 1
0 17 S 4 0
17 44 6 0 0
13 2ll 2 5 2
17 37 6 3 0
0 8 0 1 0
23 34 5 4 0
Ruth ...
27 .385
Meusel ..
5 .333
4 .321
5 .313
3 .297
1'ecklnpai
Bodle ...
Pratt ...
Ruel .....
,287
Plpp ....
.280
.277
.230
.230
.230
.244
.243
.242
(242
.240
.23.1
.203
.102
133
.123
.074
I,ewls ..
MoRrtdje
Shore ,.
Hofmann
Hannah .
Ward 53
Vlck
Thormahlen
Mays
Fewater ...
Hhawkey .,
Collins . . . .
Olelch
O'Doul ....
Stolon bases-Pratt. 12;
paugh, 8; Bodle, 4: Plpp,
Ruth, 0; PecMn
1. n,,Ai Tt Mn
sel, 3; Low Is, 2
Want. 2: Hannah. 2. r
OIANTS.
G. AB. R. It. 2B. 3B.HR. PC.
5 20 2 7 0 0 0 .350
Snenccr
King ....
32 78 0 27 5 1
43 139 10 47 6 0
32 124 17 38 4 5
70 287 33 87 13 0
70 201 46 83 13 6
76 310 49 87 13 3
70 311 SO 83 18 4
(18 237 30 62 10 0
21 46 8 11 8 0
3 .346
0 .338
1 .301
5 .303
3 .292
0 .231
4 .073
4 .26
0 .239
0 .234
Frlsch ..
Kelly ...
Young . .
Bancroft.
Burns . ,
Doyle ,
Neht ...
Toney ..
Snyder ..
Humes.
21 47 2 11
42 118 11 26
2 .220
0 .220
23
McCarty 32
Douglas 21
Ronton ...... 18
Lefevre 4
Gonzales 6
Winters 16
0 .143
0 .121
0 .067
0 .000
0 .000
Oj 0
0 .000
Stolen baaee-Young, 14; Burns, 7: Doyle,
6; Frlsch. 4; Smith, 3; Bancroft, 2; Klng.-2!
Snyder, Kelly and McCarty.
DODGERS.
G. AB. R. H. 2B.
4 6 14 2
8 4 0 2 0
"20 BS 3 .20 4
04 231 SO 84 12
6 6 0 2 0
79 308 41 67 14
72 288 45 86 0
79 332 43 00 8
41 143 8 41 4
40 140 18 89 3
67 234 38 BO 17
34 101 12 25 1
38 89 0 23 2
20 51 5 13 1
72 832 38 74
15 45 0 10 1
14 86 2 8 0
54 148 20 31 5
24 40 5 B 0
11 21 2 4 0
13 29 0 5 0
15 SO 3 5 1
15 21 4 4 0
8 0 0 1 0
10 71 7 11 1
0 .667
BOO
Orimes 20
.385
.333
.333
.313
.209
.380
.23T
.2.17
.252
.21.1
.247
.241
.22:1
.222
.222
.200
.196
Konetcny
Balrd ..,
Myers .,
Wheat . .
Johnston
Millar ...
Griffith .
Klldutf .
Krueger
Mitchell .
Elliott ...
Olson . . .
Cadore .,
Pfeffer ..
Nels ....
McCabe .
Fchmandt
Marauard
0 .190
0 .172
0 .167
Mamaux .
Smith ...
0 .167
0 .187
0 .153
Wheat.
Mohart .
Ward
afni.n bases Johnston. 7: Nels. 6
Rinien bases Johnston. 7: Wheat. 3: Nels
3:' Myers. 4; Griffith, 2; Ward. Schmandt.
Olson, Cadore, Kildaff, Balrd, Konetcliy,
Krueger, Mitchell.
LOCAL CLUBS' TEAM BATTING RECORD.
O. AB. R. H, 2B.3BJIR.8D. PC.
Yankees. 79 2672 431 706 140 42 53 43 .237
Dodgers, 79 2803 S39 748 01 43 11 34 .260
Giants.. 76 260 833 JUS 109 17 26 51 .103
were the only finals decided. The others
will be decided to-night. The sum'
marles:
Heavvweltht Class (Final) William Span
ler, New York, defeated Lieut. Sam Stewart,
u. n, a.; judges- decision.
173 Pound Class (Flnal)-Edward P,
Eagan, Yale University, defeated Ted Bchnol
der. U. 8. A.! judirea' decision.
112 round Class-Phlllp Zlvlc, Pittsburg,
defeated William Zalvesky, Cleveland, three
rounds, Judges' decision; Private John Lea
ear, United Statea Army, defeated Arthur
ilccann, rnuaaeipnia, tnrea rounds, judges
Irclilrm; Itenlamln Uess. Curtis Club. Phila
delphia, defeated Private Bobby Cole, United
Btntes Army, ttiree rounds, juoites aocision,
120 Pound Class Edmond Riley, unat
tached, defeated Edmond mite, Newton,
Mass., three rounda, judges' declaton; Jack
Zlvlc, Pittsburg, defeated Cliff Bent, Mead
ow brook Club, Philadelphia, three rounds,
Judges' decision; Leo Etcell, United States
Navy, defeated Samuel Vogel, Paatlme A. C,
New York, threo rounda. Judges' declilon.
133 Pound C ass-Frank Cassldy, uaanam
Association, New .York, defeated . George
Bond, Meadowbrook Club, Philadelphia, three
rounds. Judges' decision.
133 Pound Class lien ponteau, at. unris
topher Club, New York, defeated Sergeant
D. U, Towney, U. S, A,; Judges' decision.
133 Pound Class Samuel Mosberg, Pastime
A. 0 defeated Bobby Dlnltmore, Boston;
three rounder judges' decision.
147 Pound Class William Clark defeated
Sid Loog, Philadelphia, three rounds, Judges'
declilon: Jack Brady, Tastlme A, C, do
Iv'aled Joseph E. Gnrvey, Ozanam Associa
tion, three rounda. Judges' qecision.
RICKARD WILL KEEP
AFTER CARPENTIER
Promoter to Insist on Definite
Reply as to Dempsey.
Dy CHARLES F. 9IATIIISON.
One of tho significant remarks of Tex
Rickard mode In tho course of his' an
nouncement that he had leased Madison
Bquare Garden for n period pf ten years
was that he would make a determined
attempt to put Georges Carpentler Into
the ring with Jack Dempsey. It Is a
matter of record that when Rickard
makos up his mind to match two boxers
he never ceases his efforts till tho men
have signed articles of agreement. It
was the perscverence of Rickard that
drew Jim Jeffries Into the ring after Ave
years of retirement, and it was the
same tcrrierllke" persistence, that Anally
Induced Jess Willard to emerge from
practical retirement and engage the
youthful Dempsey In combat
Tho fact, therefore, that Rlokard is
now on the trail of Carpentler with a
view of getting him to meet Dempsey
In the ring may be accepted as evl
dencu that the Frenchman will either
tlgn articles or explain' why he refuses
so to do.
In discussing that phase of the sub
ject yesterday, Rickard said :
'-'I reallxe that under hi present con
tract with Cochran, Carpentler cannot
do business, with any one else till the
first of noxt year. But as soon as his
contract expires the Frenchman will
find mo camping on hla trail. I will
bid as much as or more than any other
promoter, and If Carpentler really de
sires to box for the wbrld's champion
ship, and he Is quoted to thai 'effect,
then he can hardly refuse tonccept a
match.
"I know of but one way In which
Carpentler can avoid a match with
Dempacy In '1921, and that is by again
tying himself up with a year's contract
with Cochran. If he does that It will
be proof positive that ho wants none of
Dcmpsey's game,"
It Is generally conceded that the In
ternational Sporting Club made a wise
move in shifting tho Fulton-WlIIs con
test to Nowark and putting the dato
back to July 28. To have held the "con
test In New York In the nbsence of a
boxing commission to administer tho
Walker law might havelresulted In un
pleasant complications, and 'In addition
would have deprived the public of see
ing the Fltxelmmons-Dundee contest,
which should prove to be very Interest
ing. By staging the contests under sanc
tion of the New Jersey boxings law tho
club not only will bo within its legal
rights but at tha same time entertain
nil Its own members as well as the gen
eral public.
As Abe Attell Goldstein believes he
can defeat Wilde, and as tho flyweight
champion once complimented Eddie
Fletchor on his skill, those two young
sters will be apt to box with consider
able spirit when they meet at tho Bay
onno A. A. next Friday night
Marty Burke, the New Orleans heavy
weight who is expected .to moke Icln
foresting for Gene Tunney at tho Armory
A. sA. noxt Monday night has arrived
In the city and Is In training at Grupp's
Gymnasium. Burke reiently recelved'a
fifteen round decision on points over
Fat Median.
Ate) Friedman, claiming that he had
received a foul blow In the sixth round
of a bout with Roy Moore at Roches
ter last Monday night, refused to con
tinue. Moore 1 clalrqed that .It was a
clean knockout.
Jimmy Wlldo purchased an automobile
after hla -return to England and hnd
barely got used to the new motor-when
he was run Into by a tram car, caus
ing considerable damage to the automo
bile but not Injuring the bbxer or
Ishls wife, i
.More Ail-Wool Suit Ends
have just been added to
The Semi-Annual Economy
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which is keeping our tailors
busy arid saving BIG
MONEY for hundreds of.
well dressed, rnen.
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LOSES OPPORTUNITY
FOR TENNIS UPSET
Bowman Fails to Make Most
of His Chances at Woodmere.
Visions of a tennis upset In the second
round of tho. Woodmcro Club open sin
gles tournament vanished yesterday
when Herb'ort L. Bowmnn. after taking
one st from Wllllnrd Botsford. the New
Jorsey State finalist threw away a score
of opportunities for a straight set vic
tory and then failed to take advan
tage of another score of chances In
the third and final set. Bowman's hard
hitting, sovoro Bervlce and alert getting
gave him numerous and frequent open
ings, but nfter working his opponent
out of position Bowman Bomenow failed
to grasp the. situation, neglected tho wide
yawning openings and, Instead, returned
tho ball where It was easiest for BotsT
ford to reach It. It looked at times
as though some magnetto power was
drawing the returns Botsroras wajj,
when everybody had roason to expect
tbo ball to strike on the other side of
the court.
It Is a simple matter for the specta
tor along the sidelines to pick
out the flaws In a player's game,
It Is a different thing avoiding thoso
very mistakes oneself in a maicn.
but It did seem as thongn uowman
was blinded strangely to at least three
fourths of the opportunities that wero
presented him. Had ho taken advantage
of -half of them the match would nava
been lost to Botsford, for the latter was
In erratic stroke, particularly In tho
first et which he dropped by a scons
of 6 3 Despite hla allure to place
his shots well Bowman hit hard, and
tho severity of his game bothered Bots
ford not a little.
In pjnfctlcalljj every game that he lost
In theecond Bet Bowman was within
a point of winning It and with better
choice of shots would have done so.
Botsford, on the .other hand, although
Inclined to errors was shooting for the
openings at every try and toward tho
end of the match was playing first class
tennis. Following hls.vlctory over Bow
man, Botsford defeated Franklin P,
Adams with comparative ease and
reached the fourth round.
There were eleven others to make a
similar advance. Among them wero
William Rosenbnum, holder of the Wood-
mere Cup, who, won two matches with
out much trouble, and Percy L. Kynas
ton, the Nnssau and Queens champion.
Harold Taylor, tho former Junior na
tional champion, encountered unexpected
resistance in a match with Albert J'.
Ostendorf, who won the first sot, a
deuce affair, and extended him to the
limit to take tho next two by a score
of S 6, 6 4.' Taylor was netting tho
ball with alarming frequency aB through
the early half of the contest nnd it was
only his more versatile assortment of
strokes that returned him a winner.
Another match that attracted atten
tion was the one between A. L. Von
Bernuth and Leslie V. Robinson. The
latter showed marked superiority In the
first set, catching his opponent out of
position by varying the direction and
style of his attack and keeping him
guessing. The score was 6 2 in his
favor. With the opening of the second
set, however, Von Bernuth set a much
faster pace, driving harder and coming
up to the net to press hla advantage,
Robinson, forced to hurry his returns,
found It Impossible to concentrate on
outmanoeuvring his opponent as ho had
In the opening set, and Von Bernuth
began to show the upper hand. There
after Von Bernuth's swifter stroking
and more forceful hitting kept him In
'front and he took the last two sets by
the Impressive scores of 6 3, 6 3.
The summary;
Woodmere Club Singles.
First Round. B. Landau won from Edward
McLaughlin, 62 and default; J. B. Stcckton
defeated Augustln Healy, 86, 04: Herbert
L. Bournan defeated George L. Gutwllllg,
6-8, 6-1, 6-3.
Second Round. Thomas C. Keen won from
Howard Weeks by default; Hugh L. Nchrlng
oeieateo waiter J. Tousaaint, e 2, 8 0;
George Train won from C. Reynell by de
fault; Harry Sachs defeated 6. .Schlcslnger,
62. 5-7, 63! Harold Swain defeated A. J.
Fltigerald, 60, 02; E. B. Reese defeated
W. Kata, 01, 75; William Rosenbaum de
feated Joaeph Clifford, 64, 61; Wlllgrd
Botsford defeated Herbert L. Bowman. :" (I,
6-4, 88; A. L. Von Bernuth defeated H. II.
O'Boyle, 6-0, 62; O. L Bucr defeated
George Elseman, 02, 61; J. McLoughlln
won from Joaeph W. Fox by default; Will,
lam De Muth won from A, Bassford 3d by
default; Frank Fall defeated Jack Martin,
63, 0-0; Manfred Goldman won from R.
De Castro by default : James P. McQuatd de
feated Alexander H. Frey, 63, 03)' Harold
Taylor defeated A. J. Oatendorf, 6-8, 86,
64; Ben Letson defeated M. II. Soper,
61, 6-4; C. A. Anderaon defeated B. Lan
dau, 64, 6-2; E. J. McCall defeated G. S.
Groesbeck, 62, 03. "
Third Round. M. Goldman defeated Frank
Fall. 8-6, 0-4; A. L. Von Bernuth defeated
L. V. Robinson, 20, '6-3, 63; Harry Sachs
defeated Harold Swain, 60, 60; William
M. Jennings defeated George Train, 60,
64; Hugh L. Nahrlng won from Thomas C.
Keen by default: Carleton Putnam defeated
Henry Hardltt, 62. 51 and default; Will
iam Rosenbaum defeated E. B. Reeae, 6-0,
6-3; Willard Botaford defeated' Franklin P.
Adams, 61, 6-2; Percy L. "Kynaston de
feated Byron Klkuchl, 61, 62; L. W. Knox
defeated O. I. Burr. 6-2. 61; William J.
Galon defeated William' De Muth, 63, 61 ;
James P. McQuald defeated E. J. McCall.
6-4). 6-3.
OLYMPIC 8WIMMINO TRYOUTS,
The Olympic tryouta to select tha members
of the women's swimming team In the high
diving and 300 yard swimming events will be
held at Manhattan Jleach this evening at 0
o'clock. The divers Include Eileen Allen,
Helen Walnwright, Irene Rlggln, Helen
Meany of New York, Thelma Payne, Con
stance Dressier of Portland, Beatty Grlmea
of Minneapolis and Vonnle Malcomson. Tho
swimmers are Etnel Ulelbtrey, Charlotto
Boyle, Irene Gelst, Margaret Woodbrldge,
Helen Moses. Ruth Smith and Frances
Cowells.
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Chance for goomen t6
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Sale of two-piece suits--
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Were $40. !'
Now $30. z
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A wonderful collection of the star mt
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And see the match. Take a dip yourself at
one of the finest private bathing beachea la
New York. ,
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Baseball Clock Golf
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Sun Shado with steamer chairs
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Music Every Afternoon i
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chanpe to Manhattan Beach car or 'bus Hnr
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Special 11)30 o'Clock.
Consigned by one of the leading
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10 Delivery Horses, IS Top..
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