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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1920.
10 'I 5 K I i 1 I 1 14 1 Indians Stage B0D1E SAVES IT FOR THE YANKEES t Ting, Bud am Collins Star in Thrilling Finish Which Beats Indians. Br WILLIAM D. IIAJfXA. Tha tanda at the Polo Grounds In the ninth Inning of the baseball same yesterday were nothing but some 20,000 caea of arterial tension and dancing nerves. Three Cleveland runners were on bases; the Yankees led. 4 to J; two were out and the tally on the batter was three balls and two strikes. Every thing depended on the next pitched ball. The fans were In an agony of suspense an nip Collins let to. three base run ners rushing forward. Collins, with a nerve sublime, scorched thff plate with a fast one which skidded sharply out ward from Ray Chapman, the batter, who swung and missed by sir mches. The same was won. It went to New York, 4 to 3. Hug's boys, tackling the leaders, who have been cleaning up the seaboard. In the first game of an Important series, had It all their own way for eight Irmlnss. Mays had the Clevelands shut out up to that time and they had made but five hits off him. They made four off him In the ninth Inning, knocked him out of the game and were In a po sition where any kmd of a slip prob ably meant the game for them. Kip Collins, with his pitching In a pinch, and Bodle and Rue!, with a beautiful play, one at one erd, the other at the other, saved the game for the Yankees m the ninth, but the drive on Maya in that Inning which mode him falter and give way was not all his fault by a good deal. An error by Peckinpaugh at a critical moment and the sort which would have upset most pitchers provoked this upset, and Mays quite likely would have weathered the gale without It These shaky finishes by the Yan kees ahaky finishes in which a serious break In the support has been an extra burden for the pitchers to carry have been coming thick and fast recently. Something goes wrong, something or somebody wavers a bit under the strain, and the seventh, eighth or ninth Inning Is troublesome waters for the Yanks to ford, lead or no lead. rtnel on the Job. uaitm-,. iAmvh.n About the team are the nerve and blood and Iron to fight through these crises 10 success, cw n.uh wMfh h Yankees saved the situation yesterday could not be put through. Johnston was on sccuuu u with the tying run. Slim Caldwell lined a single to centre. Johnston, of course, bolted for the plate and all of the speed ..j o.irtif hA hrl was out Into his 111)'. I " " " ( rush. Bodle came In on the hit, picked it up cleanly, and his throw to Ruel was low and accurate. Nevertheless Ruel had a job to do. He had to handle the throw without the suspicion of a miss , and had to block off and touch a cata pulting man about twice his size. Ruel did all that without giving an inch to the jarring impact of 170 or more hurtling pounds. Johnston's was the second out A pass to Jameson filled tha bases, brought Chapman to the scratch, with Speaker In the offing, and the danger wasn't over. The whiffing of Chapman at three and two ended it and the most quivering climax of ,tne season took Its dramatic curtain, i,' Caldwell was effective against the Yanks durinc the last six Innings, but they pounded out a winning number of runs in the first three. Caldwell not long ago was quoted as saying that the reason he Is doing well tn Cleveland is that he receives better treatment there than he ever did here. It Is not easy to believe 'he would have so little manly gratitude as to say such a thing, for the New York club was long suffering with him, but In any event he received shabby treatment In the first three Innings. He lost the game under It Meusel knocked a home run into the left field stand In the second inning. Plpp knocked one into the grand stand in the fourth Inning. Following him Iratt singled. Ruth lined to Smith, Meu sel doubled off Speaker's shanks, Bodle hlghflled to Chapman and Ward sent in two runs with a triple to the right flehl wall. Caldwell was unhlttable after' that but he was slow as usual. He Is one of .v... tin. wnBtlnir Ditchers with which the American League abounds and whose dilatory methods are a Tine amiuoie ior speed and action no matter how much speed and action the game otherwise might provoke. Ninth lnnlns Delirium. The ninth Inning delirium began with a two bagger to centre by Speaker. F Ipp pounced on Smith's dribble and put him out Gardner doubled to the wall. Meu- sel laid hands on tho ball before It struck the wall, but It hopped out of his hands momentarily and was grabbed by , him again in an instant Speaker trotted home and the Yankees surrounded Mo- rlarty with the vociferous claim that Meusel had made a legitimate catch. They were wrong, and Morlarty was right "It hit the wall." -Meusel told tho writer after the game- The second out was richt there for the plucking when Wamby tapped to I'eck. Peck, with no reason to be hurried, threw over Plpp's head. Gardner scored and Wamby went to second. Johnston singled to centre and O'Neill to left Wood ran for O'Neill, and Mays made way for Collins. Tough situation for Collins, but the broncho buster likes 'em tough. He fed smoke to tho Indians. Nevertheless m Caldwell tanned him for a singing sin gle. This was the hit on which Bodle cut dowri Johnston at the terminal. Col lins didn't get the last one over for Jamleson. He thought he did and Ruel . thought he did. but Chill thought not Chapman waited as long as he could, but he fished for that last one Collins whipped past and Ruel smothered it In a cavern of leather. The score: CLEVELAND . ab r h J'son.lf.. 3 00 C'man.ss BOO Sp'ker.cf 3 1 2 Smlth.rt. 4 00 O'dner-lb 412 W'nss.2b. 4 1 1 J'ston.lb 4 0 2 O'Nelll.c. 4 01 Wood... 0 00 C'dwell.p 4 02 (A.) NEW YORK (A.y oar ab r h o a e 0 0 3 0 Peck.ss. 400 4 4 1210 413 1 21 1 0 30 00 00 1 0 30 20 1 0 00 P pp.lb... 1 MPratt.2b.. oo 2 0 Ruth.ir... MeuseUb, 300 422 1 1 Bodle.ef.. 40 1 WardJb.. 301 0 0 10 0 0 2 0 Ruel.c.... 4 00 Mays.p... 201 Colllns.p., 000 Totals.33 3 10 24 10 1 Totals 32 4 10 2712 1 Ran for O'Neill In the ninth Inning. Cleveland 00000000 3-3 New York Vv 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 x i Runs batted In By Gardner, 1; by John ston, 1; by 11pj, 1; by Meusel, 1; by Ward, 2. Two base hits Gardner 2. Speaker. Meusel. Three base hit Ward. Home runs Plpp, Meusel. First baao on errors Cleve land, 1; New York, 1. Left on bases Cleveland. 8: New York. ?. Bases on halls -Off Caldwell. 2: off Mays, 1: off Collins, 1. Struck out By Mays, 1: by Collins, l. Doubts play Speaker and Chapman. Hit by pitcher By Mays, 1 (Jamleson). Hits Off Mays, 9 In 8 1-3 Innings; off Collins, 1 In J-3 Inning. Earned runs Off Calrinrell. 4; off Mays. 2. Winning pitcher Slavs. Ifm. (Ires Chill and Morlarty. Time of game 2 hours and 10 minutes. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION. At Nashville R. H. E. Nashville 3 5 4 Memphis 10 14 3 Batteries Mels and Jonnard; Vance and Meyers. Other games postponed; yaln. m4se BALL TO-DAY, POLO GROUNDS, a Ninth Inning Rally, bat Yankees Win by 4-3-Giants Douglas, Replacing Toney, Saves Game for Giants Stavcs Off Attack of Beds and Helps McGraw's Team Into Fifth Place. Eptctal to Tub 8c and New YotK HniLD. Cincinnati. July 21. The timely sub stitution of Douglas for Toney in the box for the Giants to-day preserved a victory for McGraw's men over the Reds by 5 to 1. Toney started well, but ha weakened after the third Inning. He gave way to a pinch hitter tn the sixth Inning. Douglas then entered the box and staving off the Red attack saved the game. Incidentally the Giants advanced to fifth place In the league race. Fisher, who faced the Giants at the start was hit hard In the early innings. All five runs made by the Giants wero made off his offerings. Ray stepped down to make room for a pinch hitter In the fourth and Slim Sallee finished the game. Slim kept the Giants away from the plate. The Giants made two runs In the opening Inning. Burns opened with a single to centre and Bancroft followed with a safe drive over second. Burns racing to third. Fisher could not keep the ball over the plate for Young, who walked, and the bases were filled. Young was forced at second by Frlsch but Burns scored and Bancroft reached third on the play. Kelly was foiled on strikes, but Bancroft and Frlsch perpetrated a double steal, the former scoring. In the third Inning, after Bums had expired, Bancroft hit to left for three baseband Young scored him with a line single to centre. Frlsch hit to Kopf. who fumbled. Kelly followed with a double to left on which Young scored and Frlsch pulled up at third. Spencer "topped" the ball in front of the plate. Fisher made a nice pick up, but could not get the ball to Wlngo in time to head off Frlsch. Three hits and an error by Spencer gave the Reds two runs In the fourth. Duncan led off with a single to right and Kopf got a hit on a slashing drive that caromed off Frlsch's shins. See poked a single to centre and Duncan scored while Kopf raced to third. Wlngo lifted a short fly to Spencer, who got the ball squarely In his hands and JACKSON HITS A HOMER. Ills linn Only One White Sox Score Against lied Sox. Boston, July 21 (American). Bos ton defeated Chicago 2 to 1 to-day. Jones excelled Williams in a pitchers' battle. Chicago's only run was scored In the second Inning, when Jackson drove the ball Into the right field bleachers for a home run. Boston scored In the fifth on Walters s aouoie. uoopers inpio and Vltt'a sacrifice fly. The score: CHICAGO (A.) BOSTON (A.) abrhoael abrhoae 1,'bold.rf. 4 00 3 0 O'Hooper.rf. 411 0 0 0 E.C ns.2D 401 4 JU'VIIWD... iui u WverJb 4 00 1 0 0'M'ikr.lf . . 401 3 0 0 J'kson.If. 4 13 2 OO'Schang.c. 4 00 2 0 0 IVlarh.rf 3 00 J.C'ns.lb 4 00 8 OOtScotMs. . 4 02 3 4 U nterf.ss 30 1 I 2 0!MCS-iy,iu a no a SrhalV.c. 4 0 0 2 0 OlWalters.c. 3 11 4 W'llansi.p 3 0 1 0 0 OtJonea.p... 301 1 Totals. 33 1 0 21 4 II Totals. 31 2 7 27 16 2 Chicago 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 Boston 0 0 0 0 2.0 0 0 x-2 Two base hits Wsbcrr, Jones. Walter. I Three ba.e hit Hooper. Home run Jack'on. fitolen bases-Scott. Vltt. Sacrlflce-Vltt. Double play Vltt. McNally and MclnnU. lft on bases Chicago. 7; Boston, 7. Bases on balls Off Williams, 1: off Jones, 2. Struck out By Williams. 2; by Jones. 1. Umpires Nallln and Connolly. Time of game 1 hour and 44 minutes. ATIII.ETICS DEFEAT BP.OWNS. PHILADELPHIA, July 21 (American). rerry'a fine pitching and Witt's good hitting gave victory to the Philadelphia Athletics to day. 7 to 2. Bayne was unsteady for St. Louis and was relieved by Sothoron, who also failed to hold the locals. Tho score: ST. LOUIS (A.) I PHILA. (A.) abrhoae abrhoae Tobln.rf.. 4 00 3 0 0 Wltt.rf.... 232 2 0 0 Oedeon.2b 4 00 3 3 1 Dykes.Sb.. 30 t 1 31 Slsler.lb.. 4 12 0 2 0!Wa!ker,lf. .10 2 3 0 0 Jac'b'n.cf 301 0 OOjWelch.cf .100 1 0 0 WlH'ms.lf 4 1 0 0 10'Dugan.Ib. 4 00 3 4 1 Bmlth,3b. 4 00 0 2 Oll'erklns.c. 4 12 3 10 Herber.ss 401 4 2 O'Crlffln.lD. .1111 11 Rerereld.c 3 01 5 0 0 Bayne.D.. 1 00 0 2 0; Thomas.ss 3 11 3 4 0 Ptrry.p.-- 4 11 o so Billings. 1 00 0 0 0 Sotho'n.p. 0 0 0 0 1 Oi Totals. .23 7 10 27 10 3 Tntala. ..12 I 5 24 13 1 Batted for Bayne In tne sevenm inning. St. Louis 00000020 0-2 Philadelphia 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 3 x-7 Two base hlts-flerber. Witt. Perkins. Terry. Three base hit Walker. Sacrifices Bayne, Witt. Dykes, 2: Orlffln. 2. Double plays Gedeon and Oerber; Dykes, Dugan and Orlffln. Left on bases St. Louis. 1; Philadelphia, 8. Bases on balls-Off Bayne. B: off Sothoron. 1; off Perry. 2. Hlt-Off Bayne, 5 In innings: off Sothoron. 5 In 2 i.ninn. struck out Br Bayne. 3; by Soth oron. 1 : by rerry, 2. Losing pltcher-Bayne. Umpires Evans and Hlldebrand, game 1 hour and 31 minutes. Time or AMERICAN ASSOCL1TION. At Kansas City (first game)- It, Toledo Knmt CitV 3 II. E. 9 0 9 1 Batteries JlrtJOU ana jiurpny; uominaii. Weaver and Brock. (Second game) L l-- Tnlorfn n 10 0 Kansas City fl 10 . ' (Called endi sevenm oy aGreeinrm iu wi r,n-I ... . , .. ... Batteries Ftryker. Nelson and McNeil; Conger and Brook. At St. Paul (first game) LoulIlle St. Paul Batteries Wright and Meyers; n. h. E. 0 3 1 2 3 0 Williams and Hargrave. (Second game) Louisville J 10 2 St. Paul S 0 4 Batteries Tlncup, Kocner una juemu: Browne and Hargrave. At Minneapolis R. H. E. Indianapolis p Minneapolis 3 S 1 Batteries wnitenoue ana nemine; uow dermllk. Hovllk and Mayer. At Milwaukee R: II. E. Columbus 0 10 2 Milwaukee .' 2 4 1 Batteries Danforth and Hartley; r.ormrop and Gaston. COOFERSTOWN C. C. TOURNEY. The fourteenth annual open tennis tourna ment of the Cooperstown Country Club, Coop- erstown, N. T., Is announcea to Degin .Mon day, August 9. Prizes will be awarded to the winners of the men's singles and doubles, ladles' singles and doubles, mixed doubles and to the runner up In the men's alny.c. The winner of tho men's singles will al ne entitled to hold for one year the Cooperstown Country Club challenge cup, which must be won three times to become the permanent property of the holder. American and National League Records. RESULTS OF -YESTERDAY'S GAMES. AMERICAN LEAGUE. New York, 4: Clet eland, 3. Boston, 2; Chicago, I. Philadelphia, 7i M. Louis. 2. Otlirr teams not scheduled. STANDING OF Played. Won. Lost. P. C. VCleveland .... 7 91 M 59 Z9 32 .667 New York.... .843 59ft .488 .481 .470 .334 .281 Chicago....... 81. Louis Washington... 7 8S 1 M K 39 33 4z 39 39 ID 23 33 41 4Z 41 S3 61 Boxton Detroit Philadelphia.. GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TO-DAY. Cleveland In New Y'ork. Chicago In Boston. Detroit lo rhllndrlphla. fvt. Lonls la Washington. Leading Hitters in Major Leagues AMERICAN LEAGUE. rUyer and dob. g: A.B. It- J. T.C. Speaker, Cleveland, n 330 S3 140 .417 8Wer. St Louis... M 347 67 141 A Jackson. Chicago... S3 334 61 133 .493 Itoth. New York,.. 83 SK 04 109 .3M Illce. Washington... tl 3tt 4 111 JtS NATIONAL LEAGUE, rtajer and Club. G. A.D. It H. Hon..!.,. M. Louis. M 340 63 IK JM J. Kmllh til. 57 184 39 61 JB V kn.HI, Kw York SO 149 JO 49 -33 Iloath, Cincinnati.. 79 Ml 38 liooetcliy, Brooklyn "4 28 34 97 .347 93 JJ3 then muffed it his eagerness to make a throw to the plate as quickly as possi ble being responsible for the error. Kopf scored on tho muff. With one out In the fifth. Roush drove the ball between King and Young for three bases and scored while Doyle and Kelly were turning back Duncan. Douglas assumed the pitching burden for the Giants in the sixth, and he and Sallee settled down to a very fair sort of pitching duel. The score: NEW YORK (N.) I CINCINNATI (N.) abrtioa! abrhoae i. si l o oo:r.roh.3b... 300 0 0 0 llarw'fl," 53J ! 3 6 baub'rt.lb 5 0 0 8 001""" " auer neai nan OO Itowrtwf . 41 1 3 0 0, made a great mnnlng catch of Cut- s-H.fh'lh 4 10 2 1 OIDuncan.lt 4 1 1 r.iivih tniio n o kcdi.m . . . Flic'r.cf 2 0 0 0 0 l;S.rI.. ;. . v Klnccf.. 30 1 3 0 OlSlcMi-g.Ib 401 Doylt.Ib. 4 00 3 OlWlnso.C... 30 0 Smlth.c... 4 00 4 1 0IF1hr.p. . 101 Toncy.p.. S00 0 loltlluethcr.. 100 GonxalM 100 0 0 0jSall.P... 101 Doujlss.P 10 0 0 0 0 Ulath 100 i Totals..37S8I"10 1 Totals... as J Uattcd for Toney In the sixth Inning, tnatted for Fisher tn the fourth Inning. JBattcil for Salle In the ninth Inning. Vmt Tork 20300000 0-5 cindatT:::::.:.. 000210000-3 Two ba hlt-Kflly. Thrw base hlts Uoush, Bancroft. Stolen ba-Kopf. Ban croft. FrUch. SacriflM-Wlngo. Double play-SIckinc Kopf and Daubert. Lft on ba-Ncw York. 7; Cincinnati. 8. Bas on balls-Off FUher. 1, off Bailee. J; of I Tomj, 2. llttn Off Kliher. 6 In 4 Innings; off Bailee. 2 In 5 Inningj; oft Toney. 6 tn 5 lnnlns; off Douglas, 2 In 4 lnnlr.gs. Struck out-Ily Fisher. 4; by Toney. 2. Winning pitcher Douglas. Losing pltcher-Flsher. Lraplrea O'Day and Qulgley. Time of g&rne 1 hour and M minutes. . CARDS WIN IN TWELFTH. lleathcote'ii Leaping: Cntch Keeps Braves From Scoring Two linns. St. Louis, July 21 (National). St Louis defeated Boston. 3 to 2, In twelve innings to-day, Doak ecorlng from first with the winning run when Eayrs made a wild return on Smith's double to right Heathcote's leaping catch of Holkc's line drive in the final inning, with two out and two on base, kept Boston from two runs. The score: BOSTON N.) I 6T. LOUIS (N.) ab r h o a e( ab r h o a e 00 1 0 30 7 0 roweli.cr sou a 1 O.Smlth.If.. 4 111 ! Plclc.2b.. 801 5 6 0Fnler.lb. 4 0116 gann.u.. o j i J X Y.Fi.ffiV. i i 4 301 2 62 ItOIKe.lU. O U I lO ' MlUW.no 6liB-kJ,3b. 3 00 2 4 0.Clem'ns.c 4 0-0 3 0 0 1 n 1 M'vllle.ss 401 3 l H'cote.rf. 5 02 3 0 0 3 o O'.Velll.c. 401 3 2 0 Mcll'ry.cf 3 04 7 0 0 gim.p auu u j u.Loa,i. t w v v Totals. 40 2 834 23 21 Totals 39 3 13 30 18 2 One out when winning run was scored. Boston 1 0 0 0 0 0 0,0. 1 0 0 0-2 St Loul.. 00010000100 1-3 Two bare hits Eayrs, Maranllle, Mc Henry, Smith. Sacrifices Foumier. Doak. Knode. Double plays Maranvllle. rick and Holke, 2. lick and Holke. Left on bases Boston. 12. St. Louis. 0. Bases on balle Off Fllllnglm, 4: oft Doak. 3. Hit by pitcher By Doak, 1 (O'Neill). Struck out By Fll llnglm, 2: by Doak. 2. Wild pltch-Doak. Umpires Klem and Emslle. Time of game 2 hours and 30 minutes. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE. RESULTS OF YESTERDAY'S GAMES. Syracuse, 0; Buffalo, 5 (10 Innings); (first Came). Buffalo, 3; Syracuse. I (second game). Akron. 0; Reading, 3 (first game). Reading. 4; Akron. 5 (recond game. Baltimore. 10; Toronto. 4. Jersey City vs. Rochester, postponed on ac- count of rain, standing or the cixBS. , , . .. . ll- k- P-9.-. L .. V.- rr-. uutiaio.. m jo .. neaair.g ,m Baltimore ST 31 .049'Jersey City 33 M .37H Toronto.. S8 33 .fi.17illochester. 28 58 Ji2i Akron.... 54 3.1 .COT1 Syracuse.. 20 00 .233 .i.ii i . ni r.a GAMES SCHEDULED JFOR TO-DAY. Jersey City In Rochester. Syracuse In Buffalo. Reading In Akron. Baltimore In Toronto. ' AT BUTFAI.O. First Game (10 lnlngs) R.H.E. Syracuse 10(OOD(IOM 7 4 Buffalo 3 0200000 0-.1 13 1 Batteries McC.raner and Madden; Martin 1 1 d Bengough. Second Game R.H.E. Duff4lo 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 x-3 10 0 Batteries Donovan and Mebergall; Rogers and Bruggy. AT AKRON. . First Game- R II. E. Reading 01 1 00(1011 1-8 13 1 Akron 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 t) x-0 12 2 Batteries Brown and Konnlck; Flnneran, Hill' and Walter. 8econd Game (7 Innings) R.II.E Reading 4 0 0 0 0 0 04 S 0 Akron 0 5 0 0 0 0 x 5 8 1 Batteries Barrless and Konnlck; Moseley, Lambeth, Flaherty and Walker. ' AT TORONTO. R.H.E. Baltimore 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 1 4-10 14 0 Toronto .....03 00 0 1 000-4 12 1 Batteries Frank, Newton, Ogden and Lcf ler: Ryan and Devlnc. AT ROCHESTER. Jersey City-Rochester game postponed; rain. EASTERN LEAGUE. R. II. E. At Springfield . Hartford 7 11 0 Springfield 4 8 0 Batteries Head and Kelley: Purvere, Gohn. Koran and Wilder. At New Haen New Haven Waterbury Batteries Bender and Nagle; and Shlnault. At Worcester (first game) Plttsfleld Worcester , Batteries Relger, Smith and Bach and Tyler. Second game Worcester Plttsfleld R. H. E. 7 12 0 0 4 3 Williams n. ii. d. 6 10 0 2 9 3 Jordan; ' R. H. E. .. 11 12 1 ,..2 6 3 Snover. Mc- R. II. E. ... 7 14 1 Batteries Blsh and Sedman Quade, Jordan and Smith. At Bridgeport Bridgeport Albany 8 3 Batteries M. Walsh and Skiff; Mangum and Myers. NATIONAL LEAGUE. New York, 3; Cincinnati. 3. Plttsbnrg, 4; Brooklyn, 3. rtiHndelphla, 9 Chicago, 1. St. Louis, 3) Boston 2 (twelve Innings), THE CLUBS. Played. Won Lost. 3d 3(1 39 43 4z 43 43 ' 43 P.C. J9t Ml M3 MO .491 .483 .434 .413 Brooklyn Cincinnati Pittsburg St. Lonls Nrw York Chicago Boston Philadelphia... 88 8! 80 S3 44 41 4.1 41 43 33 34 . 83 . 83 89 . 83 New Y'ork In Cincinnati. Brooklyn In nttxhurs. Boston In St. Iuls Philadelphia In Chicago. PONDER STOPS THE DODGERS. 4 TO 3 Pirates Knock Rube Mar quard Off the Mound. t Special to Tub Sex amd Niw YotK Hcuu. PrrrsBtrao, .July 21. The league leading Dodgers opened a series against the Pirates this afternoon and wero checked by Elmer Ponder, a right hander. The Pirates 'won by a score of 4 to 3. They also had the satisfaction of knocking Rube Martfuard off tho mound. The Rube's exit was made In the fifth Inning after Cutshaw had made the fourth hit of the chapter. In this Inning George Gibson's men scored I three runs, being aided by a throw I past record by Elliott Clarence Mitchell finished tho game for the Dodger out fit and held the Pirates scoreless. The Dodgers' start boded 111 for Pan der's stay on the mound, for th-jy pushed over their first tally In tho opening stanza before the second man had been retired. With Olson out, Johnston hit between (Nicholson and Blgbec for a double and Grimth beat out a hit to Grimm, behind first John ston scored on the hit and when Ponder, who took Grimm's throw to first made a belated attempt to get Johnston at the plate he threw to the Dodgers' bench and Griffith reached second. Wheat and Myers, however, failed to drive Tommy home. The Pirates pounced on Marquard In their half of the first Inning and evened the count. Blgbec doubled to deep right sv0 utiiu, tTVUUinUIUI UIUIC A hot grounder to Olson. The pellet bounced off the shortstop's shins for a single and Blgbee scored. Then South worth was caught off first and the Rube closed the frame by striking out Whltted. Both teams went along on even terms until the fifth. T.1en the Pirates pound ed tho Dolgers' favorite left hander hard. Caton started thj Rube's down fall with a hit that went over Myers's head for three bases. Schmidt followed with a single to left and Caton scored. Ponder attempted to sacrifice, but the best he could do was to pop to Elliott In front of the plate. Schmidt then stole second and scored when Blgbee singled to conire, B'gbee reaching second on Myers's throw to the plate. Elliott hurled the ball toward second with great speed and It went to the outfield. The error enabled Blgbee to complete the Journey around the base?. Cutihaw doubled and the Rube calicJ it a day's vicrk. Mitchell, who replaced Marquard, pre vented further scoring. He was found for only two singles during the remain der of the contest The Dodsera made two hits In the second and did not get another until the seventh, when they renewed their threats against Ponder. Wheat doubled and crossed the plate when Myers tripled over Blgbee's bean. Koney was tossed out by Cutshaw and HI scored. That ended the rally. Only two more hits were made off the Pirate twirler. The score: BROOKLYN (N.) ! TITTSBUTUJ (N.) atrho in ab r n o Oleon.ss.. 4 00 2 3 olBlgbee.cf . 32 2 1 John'n.3b 4 1 1 2 2 0iCuts'w.2b. 4 01 I firlfth.rf 4 02 2 0 0:South'h.rf 3 02 1 Wheat.lf. 4 1 1 3 00iWhlt'd.3b. 30 1 1 Myers.cf -4. 1 1 1 Ooixich'onjf 40 1 1 KVchy.lb 4 017 1 0 Orlmm.lb. 4 0 0 13 Klld'ff.2b 4 0 0 2 0 OlCaton.ss. .4132 Elllott.c.. 302 5 2 USchmldt.c. 3115 Marn,rd.p 2 00 0 3 Oiponder.p.. 3 00 0 Mltchell.p 10 0 0 10 Totals. .31 4 11 27 17 1 Totals. .34 3 9 24 12 1 Brooklyn 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 Pittsburg 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0-3 Two base hits JohnMon, Blgbee, Cutshaw. Three base hits Wheat, Myers, Caton. Stolen base Schmidt. Sacrifice Whltted. Double plays Johnston and Kllduff; Cut shaw, lisjon and Grimm: Johnston, Olson and Konctchy. Left on bases Brooklyn. 4; Pittsburg, 8. Bases on ballsOff Mitchell, 2. Hits Off Marquard. 9 In 4 1-3 Innings: off Mitchell. 2 In 3 2-3 Innings: off Ponder, 8 In 9 Innings. Struck out By Marquard, 3; by Mitchell, 2: by ronder. 3. Balk-Mitchell. Losing pitcher Marquard. Umpires Hart and Harrison. Time of game 1 hour and 27 minutes. CUBS UNABLE TO HIT HIXEY. CHICAGO. Julr 21 (Natlonall. niiev tn. day held Chicago to three scattered hits. er an unsteady start, and Philadelphia "u u iJ iuui nuiu tu uio itrai J inning gave the locals their only run. The ( lsors hit Alexander hard. The score: ' PHILADELPHIA (N) CHICAGO (N.) ab r h o a el ab r h o a e LeB'au.cf St 1 0 0 O.Flack.rf.. 3 10 1 0 0 J.M'ler.lb 4 0 1 14 10Hcrzog.2b 2 00 3 4 0 fi?nj?f,'rf ! ; I 2 2 7,,Tt?:".: 22! 21 FTchcr.ss 4 1 1 2 3 0 Merkle.lb. 3 0 1 14 0 0 Meu-el.lf 3110 OORob'son.lf 3 00 1 00 w'tone Jb 3 1 1 1 3 I Paskert.cf 3 0 0 2 00 n-Ilnrs.Ih 4 1 1 2 ft 0 Deal Jib 401 o jn . . : . - - - wneat.c. 40 1 4 0 0 Kllllfer.c. 300 3 0 1 RUey.p.. 401 4 0 Alex'der.p 3 0 0 0 3 ( Carter.n.. 000 0 0 0 Totals.30 0 10 27 16 ll'Daly 10 0 0 0 0 I Totals. 28 1 3 27 14 2 Batted for Robertson In ninth Inning. Philadelphia 000100050-fl Chicago 10000000 0-1 Two base hits Deal, Wheat. Three base hit Fletcher. Sacrifice hits Terry. J. Mil ler. Double plays Terry to Herzog to Mer- kle: Rlxey to J. Miller. Fletcher to Raw llngs to J. Miller. Left on bases Philadel phia, (I: Chicago, 0. Bases on balls Off Rlxey. ft: oft Alexander, 2. Hlts-Off Alex ander, 10 In 8 Innings: off Carter, none In 1 Inning. Struck out-By Rlxey, 4; by Alex nnder, 3. Losing pitcher Alexander. Um pires Moran and Rlgler. Tjme of game 1 hour 42 minutes. Notes of the Diamond. Bodle's fielding was capital, exclusive of his great throw to the plate In the ninth. The Babe Is resting for spell. He hasn't made a hit In his last two games. Th" Cleveland outfielders played for Plpp and him with discreet Judgment. They played out at the fences. The Babo hit hard, "but In hard luck. Ward's work on twisting and erratic bound ers was excellent, and In the recond Plpp cut off O'Neill with a one-handed stop of a fast bounder. Ruth snuffed out Johnston with a difficult catch tn the sun. The Yanks ran the gamut of hits In the third. The round Included a single by Pratt, double by Meusel, triple by Ward and home run by Plpp. After obsenlng the recent work of Ruth, Speaker and Eddie Collins around here one reaches the conclusion that they ought to be In a league by Uiemselves. The scoreboard work of the Giants yester day prompted the heartiest cheers McOraw'a men have aroused In that way this season. It looks as If the Giants would be In the running soon, tor a place It not for the pennant. J. Intrla-Jackson never hit a ball Into the centre field bleachers. If the Dodsers are appreciative they will take grateful cognizance of the fact that the (Hants did them a neighborly tum In thrashing the Reds yesterday. j The country's chief home run distributing centre Is the Tolo Grounds. It shows the I way. The Yankee alone have made one or more four baggers In each of their last ! seven games. They have made eleven In . that time, as follows: One each by Ward , ami Teck, two each by Plpp, Bodle and Ifeusel and three by the daddy of them all. yclept the Babe. FINAL AT RUMSON. RUMSON, N. J., July 21. In the final golf match for the challenge cup of the Rumson Country Club. U. H. McCarter 2d defeated Howland I). Jones by 6 up and 4 to play. The winner's score was 78. McCarter will meet B. C. Chamberlain, winner of the cup I last season, in a tninr-six note matcn. The cup must be won three times for permanent possession. Both there players have one leg on the cup. In the tourney for the Women's Challenge Cup Mrs. E. 31. Crane meets Mrs. Hump stone, and Mrs. Emma Bttx plays Mrs. J. R. Deerlng. The winner of the final will meet Mrs. J. B. Engle. the holder. Prliate Yacht- TOD woold take party to Yacht Races. Xilh St.. Tnst Ither. Tier 72. Capt. UNDQUIST. . HIGH LIGHTS AND SHADOWS IN ALL SPHERES OF SPORT By DANIEL. CopirlflM, 1920, 6y Th Bun-JJenXd CorporaUan. A N OTHER raco has been railed, session of tho New York Yacht Club. Yesterday mornlnff lounu ci. rvu t i this morning finds him In tho same place, with tho Shamrock IV.'s chances j ark Sportsmen's Club. The matches brighter than those which ever before wero enjoyed by a challenger. And were , made by the International Spor -.... w . .. n i . . . eh. Mmo lnB Olub, and the New Jersey officials let It bo understood that they are bright for the Resolute too. She came . l'?-: r'LJJTM shall be in good physical condition want no handicap- from any other 75 footer In creation. Over tho nrst leg of fifteen miles tho Herreshoff creation proved beyond .all doubt or cavil that In windward work she outclasses the Nicholson sloop. That question already may be regarded as answered. We still want to be shown whether the Shamrock IV. Is the match of her rival in a spanking breeze and a run with everything out While the Shamrock IV., with two victories against only one, should bo a strong favorite, it la next to Impossible to get any action on that basis. Even yesterday mornins, when the British sloop was confronted with a chance to win the cup In the afternoon, and the prevailing odds were 1 to 2. those who liked the Shamrock TV. refused to put up more than they could win. They realized the. strength of tho Resolute over a windward and lee ward course. To-day thoso who will want to bet on the Resolute will find that they will have to give odds. In so far as the wagering is concerned, tho aeries has been the most peculiar In all tho history of the defence of tho Cup. American Challenge Is Said to Bo Ready. We learn that when the Resolute goes out to-morrow afternoon In quest of a tie Mr. Adams will have a challenge for the cup In his pocket, and that in the event that the Shamrock IV. is tho winner ho will transmit it to the Royal Ulster Ytlcnt Club through Sir Thomas. The tight compe tition for the trophy has aroused Interest m tho America's Cup to a height which It mver before attained. When Sir Thomas challenged last pecem ber the New York Yacht Club was not overjoyed. There was a feeling that the members had a lot of important work to do before they could settle down to yacht racing. Even Just before tho series was started last week Interest lagged a bit But to-day nearly everybody lnand out of the New York and other yacht clubi Is talking about tho series. The good showlns made by the Shamrock IV. threatens American yachting supremacy for the first time, and all America is on the qui vive. And If It so should hap pen that the Cup will be lost, Interest will be Increased even more, which is as It should be. Would ot Grieve If Sir Thomas Won the Cop. There appears to De a peculiar sentiment with regard to Sir Thomas's quest of the silver vase. A majority of those with whom we have discussed the matter say that they would not grieve if the cup went over to Bangor, Ireland, the home of the Royal Ulster Club. They hold that continued suc cess, without powerful competition or serious danger of defeat makes a man or a nation soft Soon the great Incentive Is gone. America has won so many times that It can afford to assume a magnanimous attitude and for the time forget international Jealousies. If Sir Thomas wins the trophy we will have to bestir ourselves. We will have to assume the unusual position of the attack. We will have to develop Increased Interest In yacht ing, designing, constructing, sailing and keep ourselves from getting rusty. Part of the sentiment in favor of Sir Thomos no doubt comes from the fact that all the world loves a real sportsman. Nobody but a real sportsman would have kept at a task like that of attempting to win the America's Cup kept at It for twenty-one years in spite of three setbacks. Perhaps Sir Thomas la a believer in the law of averages. Or perhaps he figured on assistance from the hoodoo number thirteen. The present defence of the Cup Is the thirteenth which America has been called on to make. Sir Thomas has announced that if he loses again he will come right back with another challenge and a fifth Shamrock. So taken all In all the America's Cup competition appears to be a very lively affair, and to be assured of even greater liveliness next year. The races already have taught Mr. Nicholson some valuable lessons about his freaky Bloop. They have shown him that he made at least one bad error In design which made the boat sluggish in windward work. And they have Bhown Mr. Herre shoff that ho made an error or two also. But errors will be made Just as long as men design Ploops for racing. 17-YEAR-OLD RACE DRIVER. Ilnrry Povrnell Pilot Rnth Brfcolr to Victory at Coh. Special fo The Sc.n and Nrw Yoik HnutD Gosiiev, N. Y., July 21. Tho cond day's meeting of the Junior League of Amateur Driving Clubs afforded a num ber of spirited contests. The thrcc-year-old colt race was won by Ruth TJrook. S driven by Harry PownelL 17 years old. of the Nassau Driving CluD, A ueaa hent was trotted In the 2:25 event when Worthy Chief, driven by II. S. Crossman, and Peter Sunshine, driven by C. H. Trnlser, came under the wire in 2:12i. the fastest time of the meeting. V.'crthy Chief captured ,the second and third heats and first honors. W. E. Newbcrt of Boston was thrown from his sulky In the second heat of the 2:17 cla3 when Bertollnl stumbled Just before reaching the half mile post. Jlr. Newbert was quite badly shaken up. but escaped serious injury. He was unable to drive the rest of the afternoon. At the close of to-day's rates the clubs had rolled up the following points: Metropolitan Driving Club of Boston. 40: Goshen Driving Club, 22; Road Horse Association of New Jersey, 17, and Nas sau Driving Club, Mlneola. 18. The summaries: Three-year-olds: sweepstakes: value $1,040: Ruth Brook, b. f., by Justice Brook (Mr. "PownelD 1 Dominion Day, br. h. (Mr. Hastings) 2 Lauretta Tavlor, br. f. (Mr. Ryerson) 3 Bon Bergtn, br g. (Mr. McDonald) 4 Pretty Baby, br. f. (Mr. Crossman)....... 5 Wllaska, br. f. (Mr. Thompson) 6 Tlroe-2:16U. 2:13 trot: Northspur. b. g.. by San Francisco (Mr. McDonald) 1 1 Humfast. b. m. (Mr. Furbush)... 2 2 Dr. Kllburn, blk. g. (Mr. Scudder) 3 3 Louise Guy, u. m. (juage iompKins.., 4 i Brighton B.. b. g. (Mr. Clarke) 3 5 Direct Aqullln, b. g. (Mr. Kennedy).... 0 C Time 2:1 4',i. 2:14'.i. 2:17 trot (A): Joe L., eh. g., by Atoff (E. R. Har- rtman) 3 1 1 Bertollnl, b. g.. by Bertlnl lr. New- i hern Ii B 3, Bell Fair, br. g. (Mr. Loony) 2 4 2, Tickets Now nn Sale for the Big Show. FIRST REG'T ARMORY, NEWARK MONDAY, JULY 26 FULTON vs. WILLS DUNDEE vs. FITZSIMMONS BRITTON vs. THOMAS MORAN vs. KENNY Sole Agencies: INTERNATIONAL S. C, 110 West 42d St., N. V. Room 211. Phones Bryant 372-2763. DAVE MAt'KAY'S, 126 Market St. 'Phone Market 1719. THETUBF. RACING Empire Ciiy Track (YONKERS & MT. YKIlMl.t) TODAY $3,508 Knickerbocker The Rye Purse Woodland Handicap Palisades Purse AND 2 OTHER CI.ASSY CONTESTS. FIRST RACE AT 2:30 P. M. Special Race Trains leave tlrand Central Terminal. Harlem Division, at l:tO and 1:10 P. M. Regular trains to Ml. Vernon at 11:33, 12:30, 1:30. 33 P. M. Additional trains Sats. All trains stop at 123th St. Also reached via Lexington and Jerome Av. Subway or West Farms 8ubway to Mott Av., tranJferrtng to Jeromo Av Subway, or via Bth and fnh Av. "I. ' to Jerome Av. Subway, thence by trol ley from Woodlawn Station. firanti pinna n.w.. ...mr'. ..w. Inclndc War Tix Take and tho America's Cup still la K poa- ..r. rxt.. mn f.ir. AruX Hiram Rrook, b. g. (Mr. Hay) 3 2dls Plancon, br. g. (XIr. Devlne) 4 3 Tlme-2:20H. 2:28. 2:17 trot (B): Sealskin Boy, br. g., by Ondale (Mr. Munse) 1 1 Miss Turkey Trot, b. m. (Dr. Mitchell).. 2 2 Grace Worthy, br. m. (Mr. Morris).... 3 4 Ethel B., blk. m. (Mr. Thomas) 4 3 Tlme-2:17ii, 2:!Hi. 2-21 tiot. Burr. br. h.. by Btngara (Mr. Mc Donald) 5 Anullln Maid. b. m.. bv Auullln (Mr. 1 1 Thomas) 1 2 2 Lady Kostyn. br. m. (Mr. Baker) .... 2 4 3 O. U. William, b. g. (Mr. Dougherty C 3 4 Peter Lsngford, b. g. (Mr. Graves).. 3 6 3 Sulton Watts, b. g. (Mr. Lovell) 4 5 6 Tlme-2:19Vi. 2:17Vi. 2:17H. 2 23 pace. Orphan Boy. b. g., by Royal McKlnney (Mr. Miller) 1 1 Louis Baron, br. h. (Mr. Klngsley) 2 2 Confection, b. f. (Mr. Pownell)....: 3 3 Ed Barnes, ch. g. (Mr. Benson) 4 4 Time 2:17Vi. 2:19. 2:23 trot (A). Albla Todd. b. m., by Kentucky Todd (Mr. McDonald) 1 1 Edith Cavell. br. m. (Mr. Devlne) 2 3 J. J r ., b. g. (Mr. Cane) 3 2 Elizabeth Watts, b. in. (Mr. Hastings).. 4 4 Time 2:184. 2 19i. 2:23 trot (B). Worthy Chief, br. g.. by Worthy Mc Klnney (Mr. Crossman) Oil Pettr Sunshine, b. g., by Peter Gilmer (Mr. Tralser) 0 3 3 Benny Watts, ch. h. (Mr. Roth) .... 3 2 2 JoltA Elder, br. m. (no driver given). 4 4 4 Time 2:13K. 2sI3!i. 2:J6t. 2:13 pace. The Beaver, br. g., by Searchlight (Mr. Kelly) j j Flashing, blk. h., by Storm Cliff) (Mr. Gore) .,,3 j 2 Lillian W.. ch. m. (Mr. Bruno) 2 dls Time 2:234, 2:134, 2:15S. HORSES AND CARRIAGES. . EAST 24TH ST., LEXINGTON AND 3D AVS. 400 HORSES Consisting of Both Fresh and Seasoned Stock AT PUBLIC AUCTION SALE TOMORROW THURSDAY. JULY 22. BEGINNING AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M. with the usual varied list of complete busi ness outfits, wagons, harness, etc. ' Special Consignments 12 Noon Galesburg Horse & Mule Co., Galesburg, I1L, Have Consigned for Absolute Sale 50 Fresh Western Horses i Weighing from 1.100 to 1.600 lb: u 4 ...1 U- .I.- t-.. v t--ai.ii auu w wo wio Dc - of workers, bought right from the, farms, hard in flesh and ready for mmediite service J immediate service. , j i All warranted horses sold subject to trial 1 up to noon Saturday. VTnnev hack then if animal nrnr.. ,,.. . than as represented. MAIN OFFICE 153 EAST 2TH ST. FOR SALE Six Shetland ponies, governess carts and pony traps, pony bridles, "ad dles and harness; riding saddles and cowboy saddles. WEIR. 432 East 33d at., city. Tele phone Plaza S249. SHETLAND pony, one carriage, harness and saddle: entire outfit for $123. Call WOL. FORD, Melrose 6038. r7- : : : TEAM oi dapple gnyi. warranted. 1,430 each. JIM: pair horses, each lt'3. chunky SlS&SS' Wfe .TFAM dapple grays, warranted 1.430, tsrh JIM), team 103; homes S0. HOOFER, tifl .Fulton St., Brooklyn. Prospect lUi:3. TE.VM handsome young sorrels, mares. In PUBLIC MlCTlGtiV) Fifth JERSEY OFFICIALS INSPECT FULTON Commission Insists on Good Physical Condition. ItT CIIAIILES F. MATIIISON. The New Jersey Boxing Commission Is reported to be scrutinizing closely the irainin gwork or tne boxers wno are i aDDear next Monday nljrht At the New- When they enter the ring. Chairman Smith and Commissioner Crano yesterday visited the training quarters of Fred Fulton at Long nranch and watched, him at his work. The inspection was pronounced satis factory. The commissioners will visit Grupp s Gymnasium this afternoon and watch Harry Wills, who Is to box Fulton, me officials will also visit Stlllman's Gym nasium and Inspect the condition of Eddie Fitisimmons. Jack Critton and others who will appear In contests at the.Newark club. Fitisimmons Is under agreement. backed by forfeit, to malie 135 pounds at 9 P. M. for his bout with Dundee, ohd It Is said he -will have much trouble In reaching the notch. In view of the many exasperating failures on the part of boxers to make weight for bouts In Jersey and numerous eleventh hour ROD AND HIQU WATER FOR LOCAL ANGLERS FROM JULY 12 TOJOLY 26. Sandy Hook PrtacoiS Jamaica uay uoirram Date. Julr 22. . . July 23... Julr 24... JSiio m 533 lis The time'gircn In the abore table Is Eastern one hour. Another Prite Won With o Cod. Oeorpe Wilon of Wreck Lead ' f Ished at the Ansler banks on Monday and bafEed a Eood mess of bis seabass. The veraB'rLii above ten to the man. and was the nunen average for the grounds to the east so far this season. An elcht pound cod took the pool, and this was the second pool won wlin a cod within a few days on these grounds. A few big hake were also causht. Jake Rathman had a good crowd aboard the Columbia, and he too found quite some bass at the Angler banks and reported the average catch the best of the season. The Georgia XI. and the Commodore also had quite a lot of bass aboard. rienty of Flnke In the South Ray. Rill Marclay says there are plenty pf fluke In the Great South Ray. and that big catches are coming In dally. Charlie Connelly, who halls from Seaford. says the catches run from six to fourteen to a boat. He lost one of his boats on Monday, July 12, and It has not been found. The weakflshlng In the South Cay Is off this yar. as It Is In Jamaica Ray. They set a few fish each day. but nono worth whUe. It Is Just possible that the cold water Is the cause of the scarcity of weakflsh. for the water Is still very cold. They may come along after we hao a real hot spell. Tin seabass that are now fairly plentiful on the. Jerrey cost are several weeks behind time, and their lateness Is attributed to the cold water by the fishing pilots. As a rule the bis weakflsh are In the South Bay by the middle of July, and good catches of them were made last season In side Fire Island by Guy Davis. He reported BOD AND GOT. $5.00 EACH RACE InternationalYachtRaces View Them at Close Range From YACHT PRISCILLA LEAVE BATTERY LANDING 8:30 A.M. ON DAYS RACES ARE HELD. Capt. ENGLAND In Charge. SEA BASS AND BLACKFIMl. PRISGILU LEAVES BATTERY 7:43 EVERY DAY EXCEPT MONDAY. Ijinrhes and Rrefreshments Served. Always plenty of bait. Capt. ENGLAND. PRISCILLA WILL NOT GO FISHING ON YACHT RACE DAYS. KLONDIKE RANK Sl'NDAY, 6 A. M. SEA BASS NOW RUNNING GOOD. GIRALDA dally, 8 A. 11.. exc. Monday. Sunday, S A. M., Sheepshead Uay. capt. D. MARTIN. SEE YACHT RACES WHILE FISHING. WHITBY 3 A M. PLENTY 1IASS. leaves llammer's Dock, Sheepshead Bay, even- day. Come early. Take Brighton "L" train for good fishing and see yacht races afterward. CapL FRANK HAMMERS. BASS FISIILNO. S A. 31. SUNDAY. Sea Pigeon leaves Hnrepsnead uay 10 A. M. dally for Fluke, rapt. FRANK BAUMANN. BASS. BLACK-SUN. :30, LONG IlllAMII M l n ang dally, 8 A. M., exc Mon. J W BBI from Sheepshead Bay. WanalBl cpt. LOUIS HARMS. ELLA Will not sail unUl further notice. Capt. F. SCHWARTZMAN. MOTOR IAVNCII F.YKLYN Leaves Sheepshead Bay. Manhattan Beach Bridge. 10 A. M. for flshinir and races. SPECIAL RATE. STEAMER "LINTA" leaves Messenger's, Canarsle. T A. M. dally, 6 A. M. Sunday. WM. McAVOY. SELNADA Sunday 0:30. Dally, esc. Mon. and Frl.. 8:30 from Silver Ware, Freeport. Fare CARMAN t DENTON. 31. Inc. bait. VELOCITY Dally, S A. M.: Sunray. 30, from Sheepshead Bay. Capt. Henry Beebr. formerly of the steamer ML Desert. fTEA I1ASS AND I1LACKFIS1L SHAMROCK leaves ancepsnean L'auy 8 A M.. Sun. 7 A. M. Capt. PLAOB. Cbmmodoreg Lvs. Molltor's Pock," ueenswater Station, hursday and Sat., fi-43 train. Sunday. ri; train. Henvmrot StFTEVELYN 5HtVB 1 & Cant. J. MARTIN. Sheepshead Bay. JUDGE leaves Hay 44th St., Ulmor i'ari. Tues., Thurs., Sat, ft A. M. Sun. n i M Lvs. Dunne's Dock. Sheepsnead 1 1 II Q II 11 fi Bay. 8 A.M. dally. Fluke and OUIl0lllll0(mckflh. Capt. J. LUNDY. :.. mfSSES OF FLUKE Boegel's launches leave Canarsle dally. T A. M.; Inc. bait. Tel. BKiamore mtj GE0M1E leaves Murray's. Wreck I Lead, dally 0:13 train. "Bun. 3'23 train. M.Murray ...RoseR.lljIb FLVKE AND SKA BASS. canarsle a. .m. cany. Sunday. DICK PERSON. . : v vlHUINU-lO A.M. DAILY r,,t fftves Sheepshead Bay Sunday ADMIRAL 7:30. Capt. CHARLIE. aniu leaves foot Utn St.. Hoboxin. PALADIH 0:30; Pier 1. C.R.R.. J. C, 7:11, u,,., Bat.. Sun. Capt. Ed nALETTl. '- ZT. . .... , ,. KLONDIKE docs not sail until further nc line. Capt. P. LIBaUfl. AMERICA gSilsDfhe8.UdnBVySj-. : p. i. Michael. JAPPHO Hves Canarsle every day 7 A. oirrnu M RnEPr.n t tyndall. T7T MARt?vt? Sheepshead Bay dally. &L.lVlrtJ9 A. M.: Sun.. 7:30. C.U9 RAU. iinnUL"kVca Sheepshead Hay. Manhattan HUKmABeach Bridge. 10 A. M. Capt. Sable. Yankee Doodle n., buu.;.4u. Caut. TOU I rnT ii Daily 8. Nun. 7, from Mieeps- , trTUrl I head. Capt. F. WRF.CE. i . .... . H.n. a ' .t !.,'.,.. ! R C LUNDY from 8hMp"head Ba?. iDllANb leaves canarsle every day 1 A. M. Capt. M. ROWLAND. i l.nrA,',na. iJOSCPlline M. leaves Baystde Dock 8 A. oany. capt. BERT. 1 di frill w-k t 2 p. m.. sun. t in a rr I Cap' Bryan. Osbotn Dock. Sheeph'd. r iM A M iM. A3t VXl. A.M. I'-M. A..M. rjl. A.M Jf..f. S H S 1S 3 l:4S 13 1:43 430 0H 20 JM ??2 1S2 ii? l" sxS 27 10 238 3s etw 2.0s 344 :: !; ! i& l?7 lo ?? 332 ?2 $ i2 i Place-Dodgers Loe withdrawals on account of alleged In. Juries, the action of the commission ! apt to receive tne approval 01 boxln enthusiasts. Johnny Howard, the nayonne pplirs, man boxer, will try to take Frank! Not'.er Into custody In a .twelve round bout at the Bayonne A. A. to-morrow night Johnny Wilson's manager Is apparent ly rot using the best of Judgment la picking opponents for the champion. First ho accepted Soldier liartdelL who outpointed Wilson, and next he selected Young Fisher, a second rater, atvl he also outpointed the title holder HHnlt McCIoskey U In Egypt and will noi r(;. turn here, so Is not available. CHEAP TALK BY JACK JOHNSOS Los ANGELAS. July 21. In his first public statement upon his return to th United States, Issued to-day fronj the, county Jail, Jack Johnson, former world's heavyweight champion, reiterated 'that ho had "laid down to Jess Willarj at Havana," said he had made many siu. .takes and was sorry and declared h could "lick any man In the world. to. day." Johnson, who surrendered TueV day at tho Mexican border town M'TIa1 Juana, Lower California, Is to start to. morrow In custody of Federal officers for Chicago, where he Is under sentence, for violation of the Mann act In his statement Johnson declared h had done secret service work In Spain during the world war at the request of a Major Lang of the United Statu Army, paying half his own expanses. On his arrival In Chicago he said- h would get In touch with Major I.tng. GUN NEWS s.-is ao s-.ia sas sas cm m standard time. For daylUtht saving tbz tdd some fish above ten pounds In n eight, but not one of the big fellows have been causal tills wason. Come to the Lrngne tMeeting and Aik Question. Fishing pilot Capt. D. SIcKeeman Incom ing up from Freeport to-night to tell ths boys at the AngUrs League meeting Just how they get the fish In the Great fioutli Bay and on the outside. The meetinr !U be held in the auditorium of the World Building, and the experts will be there la force to ask questions of the Captain. Sun are reserved for the ladies, who rny alsa enter into the discussion on fish and fishing conditions. If they wish. Caught Black Bass on Shrimp Rait. J. Rellly of Brooklyn has Just rttun4 from a fishing trip to Budds Lake, New Jersey, and he writes to the Rod and Gun Editor as follows- "I have fished Budds Lake for ten years. Pickerel are coins down to the springs and do not bite, Ct fishing at night yields good results. , Oni was caught weighing 44 pounds and ont and two pounders are quite plentiful. "There are several Lis bass In the li, but one has to know how to get thm i they are wary. I took with me some Wood, worms and sea shrimp and caught v bass weighing two to five pounds cn tbi shrimp bait. The bloodworm bait Is r.lcptl off by the sunflsh before the bass ft i chance, so If any of your readers contra plate using sea bait for black bass In Bii'idi or any other lake they will find shrimp th most killing." BOD AND GUN. Experience roeetlne I, A. L. to-night. World Auditorium. 8:30 r. 11. Capt. McKeeman OfWt Rod and Cun. Freeport, will lead the meetlof. Questions on all p$n of fishing welcome! nl answered. Well, "fct'i yours? EDWARD VOM HOFE & Fishing Tackle Exclusively Salesrooms and factory under one roof. in runon street. New York. ,JIS'l TJ'K TIIINO TOR FISIILNO. KHAKI 51.75 SHIRTS ITlOUELL'S '! FULTON ST. I CORTLA.NDT ST. HELEN BATTERY UMIlMg E. 31st St., Thur., Sat.. B A.M. Battery ". To the LltStihlp. Bait on Ward. Capt. BERG. ItASS AND BLACKFIMI 7 A. M. SUND IL Leaves Sheepshead Elf dally except Monday 8 A. it Capt. ARCHY BUCK.NEH. FIXKE FISHING, II A. JL UffPrinAJI Leaves Dunne s Hotel Doci, Also cKsrttt toV yacht races, capt. BOD. ALERT Leaves IL R. dock. Wreck Leal, dally, exc. Mon. and Frl., t.U train. Sunday 3:23 train. CapL GEORGE WILSON. . FOR HIRE. Motor Boat "Private," siitlri 10: hour or day; sailing, fishing. Inqulrl 33 Dooley St., Sheepshead Hay. FistiingTackle andBait Dealers who do not sell live bait have tts words "tackle only" or "no bait" followUl their names. List appears Tuesdays. Tfciirf days and Saturdays. MANHATTAN AND THE BRONX Abbey i imbrle. 97 Chambers st. Tackls onir. Abercrorabls A Fltch.Mtd.av. 43th. Ttl oal Baumann. 2 Second av., near 113th it. Kallmann. John. 31 W. 123th st. Brunner. WashMktTel7433 Cort. Helgrjnlnv Blachlnsky.3012 3d av.OUth St.). T-l.Jftl.I2Jl Brunner. WashMktTel7433 Cort. HeUnmltfV Coe. Alpheus. 27 West 123th st. Tackls only, Conroy, Thos. J., 2 John st. Tackls ooly. Davega. S. B. Co., 123 W. 125th st. 1 Davsga. B. B. Co.. Ill East 42d st. Davega, 8. II. Co., 831 Broad ay. I f.'f' Davega, S. II. Co.. 13 Cortlandt st. I ?" DIrkes. 401 W. 50th st. (A. Dory prop.). J Dutll. John. 42S W. 42d st. Tel. Longscre Ml. Fochs. IL. SI First ar. Tel. P36 Orchard. Bslt. Glldenberg.2321 8th av.. 133th st. Vn-nil WJ Cordon. 212T Amsterdam av.. ltistn st. o -l Oeorge's.llW Am'stm av. Tel.Cot:iK. J?""' Gross, 2337 3d ar.. nr.123 St. Stf. h"14'1,'.' Cross. 8th av. and 34th st. Second hsr.d tM Hlrseh. L . MKI Amst'dm av SI-MMi 9.Ir Hochgraf .F..30;E.34thst. Tel.Vindtrtm Jaffe. 1331 Amst'dm av. Tackle ard M". Tj Kellerrnan.StV) Sda..lS3 st. Tel.Mel.lMO.BU Klffe. H. II. Co.. R23 Broadwar. Taei JMJ. Klrtland's. M Chambers st. Tackls lUlgra . Laiarus. Pol.. 21rt E. Wth st. No b";. Levltens, Ml E.13S st. Tackleaoslt. MrtjJJ1 Macy. R. II. Co.. B'wav & 34th st. N c; Merker.!L.1492Amst.av..n'r 13tb. T Metropolitan Hdw. Co.. Church and J ssjJ Hudson Ternunal. Grand Central. l',,It Ogtlvy. IL Co.. 70 Chamoers st fjo "" ?attcrson.ottfrled.Hunter.i:OFul.it. .v PoItment,D.,3Sinieeckercor.Prry. Tic"-' Rflf. J. IL. 309 Third v. Fl-hlnc u'; Relnfioirt. 121 8th av.. cor. 1Mb i st. Tk-4''vJ Rogers Pret Co.. ll'way 13th st. - Rogers reel Co.. B'way at Warren it Rors Peet Co.. B' ay at 34th st. . ' liters Peet Co.. Fifth av. at 4l-t t. !' Rosenbaum. 3ft E-lX'th st. 3d ar.' I- .' rvin.iw .1. Waly.C...l701stav.nr.imh 'Wire- BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN. Abraham L Straus. Ftilton st. Ta We rJ. Conien. A.. 333 Orand st. Tel. '':,, Doerlnr & Co..MI Ltbery av. nr c.e Epstein. L. A..1118 Hrcad.ay.cor Pe fcj .lohnson. P. r.9 Wyckoff aj . KK ""JJt Klngston.I4W)Fulton st. VM , 1 J Kraeuter. 277 Graham av. Jlalt Kummer.H..173 B'way.irk lyn. Tackle - t Loeser. Frederick Co.. Fulton st 1;.. - tlarstrrs, Ilchaelsc Mlchaelson, HulUr.O.,2 Morrls..l757Fultonst..Iiein st 1.1, n-X.t .Tf.1l OM. 1 J . ' M w nn B-hoverIIng. Pair ft uaies. jir.-s vv.,k!, Bchultr Novelty Co.. 122 Na." st Vom Ilofe.E. Co.. 112 Fulton Tkl"f': Von LenrerveJtivtmi n. II. H.. 1274 Bedford a- Tkl. e . N. L..914 Breadivsy : H2 Wyekof f av. . Tel S I .f. Roeper.sl.w.. .1. wooowara 5 ji,. Bchaaf. lf3 Flatbush av Te ri9 ? fchebler.F..2.MWyckoffar.Tel.i;7 ;,rir Rote. RID Flushing ay. Tel 4"15- ristN.T. Bprung.L..27R1 Atlantic avjel . Voehrlnger.mtMvrtleav T-l ' Weber. IL, llm' W- b"'- OUT OF TOWN. Wymbs. Mike. 441 I2tl. st W.st N Te'k fuLiyl, NEW YpP feM7 ItfJF m. xtnuees vs. wereiana. Aav. ii r i t