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A"1 MONDAY, JULY 81918 - " Mlfe??
Ring Stars to Clash at j Shibe Park on July 16 JEROME D. TRAVERS AND MAX MARSTON WIN BIG GOLF MATCH SHOREBOXING MAKES BIG HIT FROM OSWALD KIRKBY AND JOHN ANDERSON AT PINE VALE Jrti 1JBff t j I I to I i l t t rM to fcjW I ft. . &. DC1 16- :?i ' la & &" i & f ft I; JOEOESCHGER DUE TO PITCH Cincinnati and Phils Clash Today in Final Game of Series EVEN BREAK SUNDAY Conclmiatl. o.. July 8 After snllttlnK even In yesterday', double-header with the Reds. 2-5 mid 4-3, the Phillies today were nil primed to even up the series with Matty's folks. The games now stand two to one In fa vor pf the home club. , Oeschger and Eller were scheduled to do the pitching: today. In the npenlnfr half of the Sunday mil both ninjr and Horjt pitched well, the latter having a shade the better of It. nut his support was poor, while the fteds backed uti Ttlnar without a wabble. Not one of the five Red tallies wns earned, nil being due to errors. TvInR was saved by some very fast Melding, the Red pulling off four double nlays. three of which were from Blnckhurne to T,e Macee to Chase, and all of them cut oft chances for Moran's men to score. Bancroft's fumbles gave the Reds two runs and errors by Stock and Burns In the sixth Inning were responsible for three more The Phillies hit Ring rathe freely. hut he was good In the pinches In the s'xth Inning of this game Roimh and Pearce collided at first base and bo.th were badly hurt. Roush had bunted to Stock and Pearce covered first. Stock's throw wns wild and Pearce, In reaching for It got in Roush'a way and the two men came together with great force, Roush's knee came In contact with Pearce's left shoulder and the club physician had to be .iumtrnned to attend the Injured Quaker. Ttoush stayed through the Inning and scored a run and then had to retire. Pearce tried to con tinue. bu was forced to submit to his Injury after half an Inning and Heming way played second base the rest of the afternoon. Score : The second game witnessed the eighth straight defeat of Fred Toney. who has not won a. game since the morning of Tlecoratlon T)ay, when he best the Cubs. The Reds twice secured a lead for him. but he was hit hard toward the finish. The Reds got two runs off Prendergast In the pecond Inntng on a. couple of wains ana two nits. Tne (juaKers aid not score until the sixth, when they counted once on a walk to Bancroft I and a hit by Williams. They tied It In the eighth on Bancroft's double, an out and a sacrifice fly by Stock. Watson relieved Prendergast In the seventh and the .Reds went to the front In the eighth on hits by Groh and Chase. With one man out In the ninth, fle straight hits were made off Toncv and he was driven fron the box. Regan then pitched to one man and walked him. but Ring, who had p'tched the first game, went In and got Stock on a grounder to Oroh for the third out. Tuesday's Latonia Can! First race claiming. $700. for two vear nld tnalden miles, ." furlongs Ktlnn. Wrlsrht. , 107: M-eotl Fay, 107, l.ly Manager, IIS; I.lttle Banner, Hi! I.ndv Langdnn litis Mother-ln-I-avv, 1111; ronslstenrv. 111!, Maiden I.ane. 112: Brunette It, It:!; Purls Mulil, ltS; Trompeuse. 111'. Acnes Cells. Ill; Also eligible Woodpile. KP7; I'nrawav, II-.': Becky, 107; 'Aunt Flora. 107; Urine, ir Helma. 111'. Second race, claiming, purse 1700 for four-year-old and up, (I furlongs Htisty Cora, 98: Milch. Dear. 101: 'F, X. role. lOt. 'Anue 103: 'Zim. 103; Ophelia XV.. 1114, Passing- Fancy, 100; I.tnlse. 10; Velvet Joe. 10S: 'Rcy Oakwood. 10(1: l.ubelskl. Ill, Sir Edgar, ttt. Also eligible Spokane Queen. 108; Jo Hernsleln. 1041: Peaceful Star. 113: Mis Shot. 104; Pomp, 109; Illllle II.. 10. Third race, claiming, purse $800. for two 5 ear-olds, 5V furlongs Hrimful. 07, Tod nap, N; '.Madge F,, 9: Manicurist. 10-J, Perlgonl 103: Se.itlmental. 103. First Pullet. 103; "Orenzo (Imp.). 104; Illnck Mammy. 107; Cacambo. 107: Dancing Spray, los; Cam.. fleqr. 111. Alio eligible- Archie Alexandei, 98: Legal. 109; Joe Stahr. 107; "Gold Stone, 102. Fourth race, purse $800. for three-jear-old and up. 0 furlongs Silk I.d. 9h, Amellta. BR; Itobert Ij Owen, 100: llombast, 100: W. P. Dabny. 100; John I. Day (Imp.). 103, Japhet. 10.1; King Belle. 107; Counter blast 100; JelTerle. Ill: Kings Joker (Imp.), 114. Fifth race, allowances, $1000. for three 3 ear-olds ami up, 1 mile Ichl Han. D.".: Precious. 10H; (a)retrovna ION. (a)llribcd Voter, 110: Franklin. 112. (a)uoodman entry S.xth race, claiming, purse H00. for three-year-olds, 1 mile and 70 ardr Clara Martin. OR: I.lttle Buss. 101; rialroyant. 102; "Kllng. 103: Marj'a Beau. JU3. Peer. less One. 10,"; Butcher Hoy. 103, Aztec. 107, Jim Hefting, 108. Seventh race, claiming, purse $fi0. for three-year-olds and up. 1 3-10 miles Cra cow. 81; Endurance, 103, Bab I.nch. 104; Queen Apple, 104: U'srr (imp.), 104. John Furlong. 10.1; John (Iraham. 10.1; Charles Francis. 10m 'Old Ben, 100. 'Peruglno (Imp.), 106; Lytle. 109. Madame Herrmann. 109. Also eligible Ask Her. 10(1, Doctor Nlckell. ; nhymer, 101. Yenghee, 111, Buck Nail, 10(1; 'Fairly, loo. Aqueduct's Results FIRST ItACE. for three-j ear-olds and up, selling, purse 1 121)1). 43. tl-i furlongs: Torchbearer. 103, Merg er een 2 to ."i 1 to 4 Manolcln. 11, l-ke,. r to I s to n 7 to 10 Currency. '100. Bell., 20 to 1 S to 1 4 to 1 Time. l:IR4-.". Klngviorth. Pepper, Benev olent, Ed Cudlhee, I.es Darcy and Caddie also ran ' SECOND RACE, steeplechase handicap, selling, four-year-olds and up, 1700 added, about 2H miles: Shannon- niver, 144, W. Allen '. . . . .i to 1 h 10 3 3 to 3 Early Light. 142. - V. Powers to 2 ecn 2 to 3 Brand (Imp.) 182, . P. Williams r, to 1 S to T. 3 td .1 Time, 0:11 1-5. Crest Hill, Bachelor and High Fljer also ran. Latonia Results FIRST RACE, claiming, purse J700. for maiden colts and geldings. two-ear-ulds. 5 Larry U." 104. Sande . . J8.70 1.110 13 30 Churchill Downs. 112. rool 1.1.30 n no Byrne. 104. Lunsford 3.10 Time, 1:01 3-3. Charle Rrtor, Troben. Eddie Tranter, lxmell. McVex, Hadrian. Prevaricate, Paatoreu and Colonel Harrison also ran. . AQUEDUCT SCRATCHES First race Bravado, Master Karma. Hondo. Colonel Clufr. Star Spangled, Milk man. Manganese. Wise Man. l hlppoorwlll. Woodtrap. The Decision. Feu cl'Artiftcc. Monomoy, Pullux, SQuare Set. Midnight Sun. Langden. Trial bv Jury. Bennlt's sister, Water War anil Nightstick. - Second race -Dorcrls. Third rare Scoots and Duchess l.ace Fourth rare Gex Regal Lodge, Flitter gold. St Isidore and Ballad Fifth raco Hondo, First Trotp. Harry Shannon. Dervish, Sky Pilot. Wood Violet. Greetings. N. K. Ileal, Say. Amalgamator and Wood Thrush. ' Sixth race Man o' the Hour Ladv Vara. Canso. Mose. 1Intlrmler. Elnnhart, Roxboro, Alibi, Jack Stuart and Dajtoria . Bingles and Bungles Waiter Johnson lost a pltchlnt duel to Sothoron. the Drowns finishing on the Ions;, end of a 8-0 sccre. Mithoroh .held the Senators to three scattered slnelea, An. tin aroreil the third and last run h. the Wahlniton-M. Ix.uk. iilt In the ninth .frame when he tripled ,vl then, stole home while Johnson was holding the lull. ' Ragotd Atldino caused the Jorc-imti. to drop (lie flrtt ol a rfoufclj uflh lfi Itedt1. The rill otHt Ihe Itedt. t lo C. but our error behind Bradleu Ilooa foil the game. A ninth-Inning -rally In Ihe eerond gams gave the l'hlls an ctcii break. Flic -tingles counted for two runs. During the last w.fk the rhlllles won flvs games and lost two. They made a clean swesp of the Boston series. - It .cos xfreiiaru lovhav prouiid rulrs nl Ihe Chlcooo-.Vew lor, pame. uihlch lln Cub copped, I to I. Bunched Alls u. the liild rauis for five runs did Ihe trich, Cleveland dropped an exhibition contest to th Second Naval District at Newport by th score of II, Ilehg, Kelly and Powell. former Braves, ptaed th outnsld for th naval nine. Rehga horn run with on on furauDea tne winning tallies. sWWisrif VV eW eB V iVlfl Wc 5 'iV haW "idfHiR& VSM ,SSSS .&r . ' ' S If rp i T i A5 T 1 I r -2 V &eoxge. . Ghstney t4"a.rrs7 Greb Z&w Tendler BOXING STARS TO I LASH Km I LY Ih..1""- ,0Vhr,Wre.,rnSm'rVndblr! IfJUrlkJll JLJ O UU 1 XII handed seme back In return Tendler Tendler, Cline Chaney and Callahan Will Be Seen in Action TICKETS NOW ON SALE iiurvuic isvvr vn osxiuu ' . jabanUon. 1,hen It lands. It hurts, nut There will be no difficulty In obtaining," "e, W.om V.B "fBt, ' , , , .. seats for the big gal-star boxing shpw to be held In hhlbe Park on fuesda.w Divnlnv ritlv , A I.nn rtalns nnnnnnnpil ' " today that the tickets have been placed on sale and there are enough to go, arodnd Patrons can get the paste-1 boards at almbel's, Kdvvards's. Spald ing's, .lambor's, Hurry Donaghy's and Hotel Blnghatn. Three real wind-ups are on the card, and It will lie difficult to select rhe best. Soldier Bartfleld and Harry Oreb, ' , Ahanev and Frankie Cillahan the e!lts installed, the ring built few Tendler and Irfsh , Patsv C line ' and the roof raised In time for the show. Lew Tendler ana Irish i atsy ne." record In tlantlc L'lti be the chief performers, and these rhls lB B record in Atlantic Lit) Geo and will bouts will make up one of the strong est shows ever served to the Philadel phia public. I.eon Raines, matchmaker, has accom plished something new In the boxing game ln arranging this1 show. Anyone of the bouts Is good enough for a spe- . clal outdoor attraction, but to make sure nf a Kl suppess. Ttaines decided to rut. ' all three bouts on the eame night. It would have been Impossible to do this at one of the regular boxing clubs he cause of the limited seating capacity; but the open-air arena at Shlbe Park is .large enough to seat 18,000 persona, and hthere will be room for all. All of the boxers have posted their forfeits with Harry D. Kdwards, and the J200 weight forfeits for the Tendler Cllne match are In the hands of .Bob Maxwell. Boxing fans already nre talking about the show, for they have seen all of the men tn action. The Tendler-Cline' bout at the Xatldnal last winter waa a sen sational affair, and Lew sprung a big surprise when he was returned the vic tor. Chaney and Callahan boxed one of the hardest six-round bouts ever seen here, and the return match between the sluggers Is awaited with interest. Greh and Bartfleld met once before, and at the end It was declared a draw. Darby Pros Beaten Th. rtsrbv Professionals lost to Murforbea fst Omdsn yesterday by a score of 8 to 4. Darbv was runiess tor sis inninss. juac forbes registered nil Its runs In two in ninss. six of them enmtnsr In the sixth on a combination of safe drives. Darby Profes. , ll ll (l ll ll n 1 3 o l Maclorbes . (I n s 0 u 6 0 u j, s Norrislown A. C, J4; Belmont, 4 lMjmoutli Park, Pa., July 8. N'orrlstown A. (' won a heavy hitting same from lie. mont, of Lunsdale, hers teaterday, 14 to 4. What May Happen in Baseball Today NATIONAL I.HAfiUK H . .. Pel. Win lais Nnllt f blrttfo 4 10 .781 t.159 .700 .714 r.N.T1 ,0,"'" i? .6S.1t.6S4j.ll04 .'S0 ! L'.,,bur,l, 53 S 5llr -oOO ... hllllea . .. as si jau Boston . SI 30 ,44 KUroakbn SO 3 .441 t'lnrlnnall , . 7 40 .411:, BSt. laiala,.j, S 44 .371 oou ,1M , , , 4S1 ,4S7 .... - ... . . ,41 ,S7 ..J ASIKUICAN I.K.1UK H. I., I'd. Win Ij... Hnllt 'lloston 4 31 ,S7J t.MI .B0U ,87S s'"'J"!! ,J 5? -5S5 ?" ? Attathlngton' 40 34 ,'oa '.: . f'hlrngo , . SS SS .403 ,300 .SJ8 si. ijiuis, , ss ss .480 .;: '.'fir0.1,' '",& 4A -4U -408 Alhlellra ,.?S 44 .371 .380 .366 Not scheduled Irti games, twin two. 4Lo.e two. pUehRdue". . "nKi '" l"l- I7abbll Jarai.Lll. itIa l.n. ..., .... 10 I 'i (H. ill ea duty during Ihe lux 'ilioiith. has best. " Athletes Fight Before Crit ical Crowd, Opening At lantic City Club TEiNDLER IS WINNER Moxlng Is a success at Atlantic City. The first show under the direction of the new State commission was held Sat urday night and was well attended. The bouts were rlin eff smoothly, ,eveiy one was satisfied and he spectators left tho aieu.-i promiitlv- at 10 '.10 n. m. Four ! bouts were on the card and each .was hotly contested I Koi-u long time promoters have tried in sta Ing t Boaid been In the but h plan dlrectlo Hob high ' tators and will b i ReRul It the opening. It was a hatd crowd to please. for It was cf the circus variety never i had seen an thing like It before and In- slstcd on being thrilled from the start. ' Tie wind-up meant nothing to them . ine opening preliminary was just as important in tneir ejes A seasoned tan , folf ... f ..!... ...n I. ..... ! l'.;;..a .';:;'. ..'.,. ' " .L....L,. .. ....,. u,. v.uuMnu...ftB, I .-ew M.aug was 1 .no luceu. ann some , . 1 , . , . . -. . n. 11 was BOW Mil nun to tne noor ' and see him bounce." was the most pop- I ular. "Don't run so fast ; he might catch ,... . . t.,. , ?....-. I bnir. i.r. . K,,i.t ... .', ...iiiln ,', ' ''.... ... rew or the rans gievv not unoer the collar or passed away In the heat cf excitement, for the cool ocean breezes cooled their fevered blows, and ' ... .. ! tne roar of the surf vied with the con- ' ge boxing Shows at the Shore. hC-p- I "e lirininm ..m.... nc-. .vi.ici.los ii I ravria H .iu, I ...... ... iiikiu lie save 11 I , .; . ..u, .... "".... i ..''. ...... of the .lav nlwl the p.iII.iv f.nw e,l lis ' . " . " ".'.-- u.t. "" -."'"TO..JX3 ti draw theh- nslrnnsB. from the rn.iise to. Mrs rrump lie ims always ;en i " ' "" .". ."y v "i J" .. ' " V i-.. .,.,." . V. . . . , i nn,nt' ln "'" "" -Warston just m 83eq tfiV&2 Swalhcrowd ' Attantlc 'y has I "K, was hardlv a hole t.ia, was not it" Keenest. In.eres, l ,, deve.opment ' "" "li. 4iov, the-, gre.SlJ Andei- ''';'' " . ' ' , - ' hlnlj The hole was halved. . TrM pointed out as the verv best i.la.-e ' characterized by something of a sehsa- of Tine Valley. wl.'CU. after all. Is tne -, " " ;"- ..'- ."' . K" j .. ... L, . .',,, ,, , ,,,' ,"" -. .Ma.ston 1. Kirkl.y 5. An.ler4.on M,WH world for summer performance, tlonal' nature There were brilliant shots best jnonu.neut that fine lovable so,, nf ' m ... rougii ''"'' w"'n ine -j . '',.-",' i.mm- and Marston 2 up ca ot until Saturday t.leht was the" aDlentv. lung mitts weie numerous and hers could poKSiniy i-ave ' ' . ' '"" '' " ." V". rlIf."". "".. in. n Hie, l,unl...i Mu, -...,, i,,l Tralcr-, Mar- Aeain f Mf .tJTl given a thorough trycnit. fnder the birds were plentiful There vveie long Hl bole 41 .r.l. par 4 A fine ""'J" ' ,,,,, v. M .. ifirklVv ' c'" '"" "r '" '",,,K''' "" lli" tl"'"- '' l'..urleenll. l.ule 44.1 j.rd.. Mr 'W& lion of JohnS Smith. K U Hader. screaming drives that the gnll-.s time dog leg will. I. t.ap in 111- j enter or ' "' '"I"'1 "- '' H, , y ,,,, f,,,,,,,, 10li0, nv.-, I,,.,, another This is ihj elch teintl. bole and Stfli Anderson ami Johnny Kekhart. and time again applauded The.e we.e , the faltwavj. tn cat.. , a ..,,.pe,l ball and lZZ'Z '"' ""' """ '"" """ "",'""1 V'" '' '' ""l "'"S '" " T tho rll class talent was obtained, tho spec Iron shots, that sailed heiid-nn for the with, rnugli cm either Hide and ,rp. "th ".ide thH ,. I s for foul Lay. ( "e . esi , iiNiliw oles I " ''0 ,unWJ s were glvrn a run for their money. ' gieen and trickled up to the hole or for sliced and pulled ball.- rules, the er, t Marsl..,,' '. Klib, 3. A.rtersnn .. , ,, H , ' ;,',,, , Tl" into , nre cut Ira ,, to erull from now ,.n Atlantic City. .V. .!.. Conned with a suddenness that Is onl.v ball Is1 l the .ente. or left, tile se.ond , "I ' " and Marstm. I up ., , ,, KllM eMlll.,Mv ,.. ' ', " "a" d ' " l " " ''" '.vpJTSWl5l e prominent on the bfolng map. Imparted b.v a bach spin that thee e- shot 13 il'miult beiniisi...r inteivenliiK s,,,,, ,,le, 31ii jhtiIs. p,.h 4. n- torn iiml Audeie.ui in ilu.e an.l all vviv T, the rlffhi irnnhl. ffWrJfifl ar Circii. Crovv.l pe, ts know how to empln The.e were i tl- The gieen 1st h hrst rt ll.' T-- ...lie, -Uu ,1,. leg Thed.C-e ,-ove, ,1,1s. tune TiavrH ipil.tlv waited .level- ,,,.. lrlx It Is , i. long wood '"or" SSlfcf? wau in. ,,,,,,,! ,.a .ha. Rll.. I P"s t.mi crept up nun mer nii.iiiin- mi ...-..... -... .... .l .,-;, ,iUiev i i Kiiigr. prciunn anu lino . ne iiiiifiu- u v a iciiilllK gieen and ,ls i ,r ,,, ,.,, Mh, ,. ,nn nlherwUlf ?'A rSn'wTnrift o! Nl,ll,m ' "" ""' ,lul lhll'p"1 l""' 'l,1ll"'1l'1"1,''-'' ,'W altlii.ugh the fa r ,he faliwav Is cnl a huKe . hall as abwve ,1. j,le and It would ' ', L I, tUS'I reconstructed garage ou Aevv ... ,. . ... . .rt.,,. f. ,,,.., ,i . i-..,.n Is i..ich.x All fnui weie awnv i i.. c i . ....1....1 1 i..,i ,i.,.,. ...a ,h i... i. ., " ."luires i.n.e snois . nere wan u ffio. i4niiijsiiiie a.e.iue .1. asnipv in me kii.uu , ..... . . .. . i nuir ,.iiii., fiuu ,.,i.j ,., ,... j , ......;... .- ....r--- -- -- -- ..... ..mm- i .,, -.,,ct ,,, ..i.i, r.r. f iitiiiru ...,.,. ,,.. ,... i--ri nr .oiini i;r-i , .1 ,.. ...... .,, . ... .. .,- ncetlng thudi of the eight-ounce glove, t by winning the sc.onii hole, wiucn .mi- 011 and ms lotirin was wn...... -u-s ,,u.- ,ll1kei ,, umt rWar nrln ,hP fair- l," " '" """ """k ""' "" tiers. .n. 4; Travels and Marston 3 up.rifrfi-j Lew Tendler and Krankle Callahan i derson sa5s Is the best "-shot hole In the ting distance Klrkbv had tlie '""Ke. dg )p ,, l '" '"' '" Maislon and ,,,, ,, lllrll ,, tl , irfM boxed ln the wlndup. and It was a hard ' country, by making It In par tlgiues drive and be was over t he greet wit Am,HIsrll )vBatl ,,, .,, tllP .""' '';"' l" '" r""'."r'" again. The feAtu.e of this wfts-tBOS battle front the start fallahan. who, Klrkby evened up malteis vv th a par 3 an Iron Murrtoj. .";'' n'""'' "" lough, and Travers had a fair. .Hive iK,0""m.E e.-on.l shot of Mats.,,,, and a wSf Is a real, old-fashioned slugger, tore In on that fine, short tl.1,0. Then on the his second Wtkb, s I hire w as ve Tl(,l(, w-. R ,,,, ia;an,, Marston ' iT''Vis lal ed v 1 ' v n . . 1 blrtv-fot p.Kt for n bint, f from the start, trying hard to land a'fouith came the two birds by Ttavers green w hlle Tiave.s j ch f pi el up tot e nm K)rMn (,rnvp 8,0pt )f ihp e hole was halve,! Ira v-i s, .. - . (hr0(, AnrtpITOn -,va3 als, home Itl,tWoMfj kneckout wallop, while Tendler. calm and Marston. and from that time on hole while Maiaton laid his Plai'' humlied vatd bunker Travers's second ,. , ' 'V, n V m, ' "'""H,but li cnuld not get his putt dovvnlTfi .... . . .... ...... ... .1 ..... . .. l.a...la,l Th. nnt.nlnilmill r.lM silitl btltl. Wetlt dOlVtl ill P-IT I , ,., ,.. .... ,.. ... .,, ,.. , .U'I .M.lIHl.m. 1 Up , ., " V.,. ... .. t, i.jj ,f I I ant. cool, Kept null awnv w uu ins rangy . inc.. "etc ,.cr. ,,-. ,.v, .... "".p,.....n t'trkhv I i,,ul1" a ""i '. i-mi in in- "i. nuiiitei . ...m . i ravers u, ...arston J, lv.1r.1Dy .,v P .right jab. sendlnr his left over everv ' journey ended with them 1 up on Klrkby figures n avers, 4: Marston. ''"" . i, imulietl two shots to get out Kltkb l.levetuii, i,te. 111.1 janU. ,.i.r l. n- Iaiii1.ih.ii 4. Tiavcrs, and Marston win,? . itm (.,. ... ., nr..ninn. Taie i and Antleison Thev had a best ball fi : Anderfon. 6. Travels ann aiaiston . ,,., ,,.,,, ,... ,t.,, ilnnr -1,1111 ""'er tun Iwii-shotter, ,Tie st loiiiI shot ',. .,a ;.. ,.,.. ". JO J Xf won the battle hut he, did not havo'lof 3G to their opponents' 38. Klrkby I an easy time He was constantly on . the alert, kept a close watch on that I sleep-producing right which hung on , Kiankle's side, and did some fast Bide- i ' ... I .. 1 .1......... ,l...n,.... t i -.il-jiiiiiik " lie.. Italian iiiiciiicitcii s. that. ( allnhan landed some Hard mows, showed he could lake a punch Satur- ....,. ..I ... nm. la t .j L a i nimnn sitwitr. I i.ends upon his cleverness to hit and get fVya , " , p ,?l . , but Ao(a not ,t w th reckless sa.dafter It 'was over, "but I a m glad I boxed him It gave me i, i grea t ZVv, "" ,r ",y. , ,7 V v ..J .ni' ',. i CIV.. Tin pi. ,.n ...lir lit fnf DolaV n1n la ;, slueg(,r and "keeps 'after his man all the time Callahan is dangerous and I wa3 forced to watch him closely at all times.' Johnny Kckhait, the referee and matchmaker; t.r say nothing ot being house manager und distributor of the tickets, performed his duties well He started work to convert the garage Into . boxing aiena on July I anu nau an GAME ESSENTIAL, TENER DECLARES 4HI 1 .1 C::l T.. lTlUldl dlltl OUUUUdl l" (.luction," National League Head Calls Baseball Atlantic city, X. J.. July S President John K Tener, of the Na tional League, who Is here to attend !..,. nnhl - .. . ' . . . . I SeCOIlOS. OU. IVIllvu. in". .'- '-.- . , 1 7' .". The tvveltth starleti n. wnen notn .. , , . .. . ol , fot. n par inai tne piavei" inn s, ,. ,P ,1,, - , l.,a. Tl.eir lead I '..k'"""'" "". " s ...e iouni, Shows Fine Form 'Travels and Marston had par four.- for " " p''ea,'p ',0. '.'e Tlla tstnn 4. Klikb. good drive will land In a howl-shaped ' ' lr , , , 'Kl.kb.v had an... .. long dr.vv here.'arlrtf Lew Is boxing In better foim than ever a win and they were 2 up. Travels' !K .,,, iersn! 4 vil'snuare faliwav and the green Is elevated and "eirt I. bole, 444 jard. pur 4, al four balls vvtie long No on,-alLr3 before, He has given up the Idea of bird ou the fourteenth gave them an- 'lur-a"- -l" ' . out nvvav ftom the faltv.aj b.v pits rhli. will be the siMeeti,.i bole vvh.i home in two, and nil were on In JtlnrtyjSi bring a knockout nrtlst and now works other hole. Mnieton's bird on the next T0 Heauliful I'lllts ' nu' tlle '"' m' whether the drive 'he '"u1; '' '(.nipleted Uib cht.f fea and the mauli ended with all ,UklifrfJ like a high class mechanic Instead of hole added another and Travets made . . . . .3. ,Brl. p.r 4. a is long or short is dllllcult l.ii.r of re of this hole ,s the big ii.agonu t tap live- Travu-s 5. Mnrstcn 5. KlrkbjbJfS .rushing In and trying to beat down his ,h6 vlctoty certain with another bird ,,, .V'"', ' ,, .log leg The drive Is I the contour of the g.een Anders.,,, I he shmt . arr I about 130 va. Us and Ad.mi. ! iffiffl .man with n volley of punches, he de- nn the sixteenth Here were thiee birds , '... ,,...... .... ..m .?.. .v,r w a ir.-in : ''IvaS the Elks' convention, discussed the vvoik-1 I " or-flght order as It applies particularly fJ O. to the action of the Fort Worth, Texas. 'IU"K local draft board ln notifying ItogersJ" lion llnn,a.v st.nrta.nn nf ... . rntlln Vfl - ,hiS lf fight order as It applies particularly to the action of the Fort Worth, Texas, mng today Me lias nan '" "" local draft board In notifying IlogersJb lion realized, that Is he has matched Hnrnshv. shnnslnn nf the St. I.OU 8 Xa- tlonals. that unless he engaged In some management of Johnny Buiiib. In a te nevv essential production he would be J turn fight. They will be seen in action placed In Class 1-A President Tener) in the final bout at the open-ait aiena coined a phrase new in the acute sttua- ." a...u.. v . "" "" "",' tlon baseball finds Itself ln It Is "moral A few years ago labile O Keefe. who and spiritual production." and he ap- , was then at the height of his career had piled It as a term describing what been matched to meet the fast rising league-baseball 8les to society "us Lews then under the management "t have all nlong contended that base- !of "Pop" Beateiman, better known us ball Is. In ft sense, an essential line of Lewis's father, .in the final bout at the work producing something entltely nee- late L ncoln A C After a hard I two essary to society." said President Tener- rounds tussle Eddie landed the sleep "If there can be such a UUng as a moral mioduclng wallop to the jaw In the third and spiritual production', and I believe round and ended hostilities for the there Is, It describes exactly what I mean night .... , , , Ptofesslonal baseball players, and espe- The contest was forgotten until a fevv dally those In the major leagues, en-.months ago when Johnny ""''": tertaln millions of people every year, sentlng Gus. claimed the feathe w'teht and entertain them In the open air. It 'championship, claiming Johnny Kllb. n Is good healthy 'ielaxatlon and simply .had retired from the ring, und that 1,1s because what It produces Is Intangible I, do not think It can be called nonessen tial or nonproductive. "The .Hornsby case will be Interesting, and I am rather glad that a definite I rS..: to 'b. soured, itrtunateiuhehadpolUhedoffthe JSJ; s nhhi whit Hornshv's' case will amount to, a player of Horns by'a prominence has been seelcted. I un dersrandfthat he Is the bread-winner of the family, and I know that he Is a high-priced man Therefore, to put him In another line of work will undoubt edly be a severe financial hatdsblp." Game F.nili In Diipute The I.Ik Rclt-Stokcs I Smith game endsd In a dlsp.it In th ninth Inntng. with Link Blt leading, 7-4. The utnplr forfeited th game to Stokes 4k Smith, and th rait Ur will be taken up at th next league meeting on Tuesday evening. Texas League Closes Season Kort Worth, Ter.. July 8 President J Walter Morris, of the Texas League, officially announced yeaterday that to day's games concluded the 1918 saton. Girard F. C. Shuts Out Melrose Atlantic City. July 8 Ouard F C . of Philadelphia, blanked Melros A C her yesterday, S to 0. llotlnaer! twirling turned th trick. Atlantic City K. R., 6: S. Mlllville, l'l Kg Harbor, N. ,J July 8. Atlantic rttjr wrui.iiiia ail.... urir..- here yesterday 6 to l. Sensational Plaj in Home Journey Over Famous Links Proves to Be Too Much for Lowers Several Birds Made During the Dav lty WILLIAM II. EVANS I IOVHUS of golf who journeved by who made I'lne allev pn'sible, and J motor or train to I'lne Vallev je- Jerry Travers were vlwa.vs the naimest terday certainly g, their moneys worth. f'7f mJKnl for Jeiome D Ttavers. Max Marston, miration for the fciui times amateur, Oswald Klrkby and John (1, Aiidersoiii tt'hnnipltiii. Vlin lie) Min-ln-law, How four of the best and most prominent ard IV. Street, left for th match eter- , amateur golfers in tne country, served day, Mrs. (.'tump nslccd him to bid in, up fbr them the finest sftrt of golf tld-I one of Jerry's golf balls as "he wnnted bits. Incidentally Travels and Mntsloii ' It as a souvenir, both nf.the tnatch and beat the other pair 4 up and 3 to play. I and "' Ih ys holes thev won the six- ' teenth. Kverythlng went tn the lied Cross, and that worthy organimtlnn is i 'about $1500 better off as the result of there weie thrills enough for tun J mat. lies. Birds Were Numerous. t,, nr,.,i rue ns th. 1,1. l. weie I 1 iil, 111v.1u1.Mi. . -- -r ..-.-. pom.ernrUi bp),an on nne foutlh, one 0, tlp ,)fs, ,,0 ,,, ll0e, ,,, ,.al,Hv lty. ' ,. t,.,.., .,,,, M-rHtn ,.,- ,he he- - "" " ' . .. .1 "" " "" '""R '"""" "V1" a"" iV pLlit- rlrnnnp.1 tun MHirP lilt f I till t.Ms.l 1... .It.n.mn.1 4 ( n l.wiril lltllllj rVIIiAtlV UHllli'm " ' '" """ . fourtnthth eighteenlh Travers r. k.,,1 ".-,, i, ip . . .... u,..a Itnn hi. rh nl Tr'niL ,li,.,,P and then nother "lld lc'ld d h' " ,n"'' ' was registered In his favor Turn stop, so as not to ihUKe mallei H loo one- .sided, shot another bird ou the tlft.enth. Ithl,.b Is the first hole. Then JeriV gol . , , tu-y and holed another bird on the s'x- . teenth. which, at. you Will lemembei. Is 1 l,le difficult second. - .. - t ..,... Travels nnu aiiii-sion nesim mi-un-!" lrd with a caid of 39, Mais-on was second with a 40. Travers had a 41 afid Anderson a 44. Some Suner Par Coif The fireworks statted with tlie last "was nothing for Klrkby 'adA annlaud the verv fine nine and with a best ball of thirty-two ... . golf played by Ti avers and Marston ha'' a 4 ror-n 3l' ,e y : , Bet was a 5. i ...in -,i -.. n.i. ..... ....-. i. . 4 -trt . i . i ii .i t - .. i.i i. . . i . i lis iiit pi ri i i us t ifm ii Hni in n nil ...... - ., , ,....- , .,,. . - . . ,. ..- (-"' iaiu niwi .. ..... it.. .. i.. ... t ,,"m In a row. Plalng the eighteenth they, . , b(,L A ,nK bat (&, , Qn (h(, home j0rnPy Ttavers led with,,,,,, n ,he fairway for topped balls and a 38e while Marrton and Andeison were pjentj- of other tiaps to the right and '- belaid Hgi,,1 he.'that' kkby . ,he courSt, ,)efor,. and ' naturally the distances bothered him. Anderson had playeu it once neiore, while Travers and Marston have f,e- cjuently golfed there Klrkby liked It so well that he Is goln gto become a non- lesldent member But more of that later Women Aiil Red Cross ThnnLii In Hip i.prsimenpv or MlJ i ublPy pes. Mr..' Mai k Sttinback and Mrs. J. II uromiey ar. ine baie ot tags j yielded a considerable sum. 1.1 Sutton of the British army, a ' Pa" l of auctioneer The prlv , J,ad(ylne br0UK,t $100, but tin l.ieutena.it acted the liege of e money received from the sale of balls til the ninth and eighteenth holes exceeded all expectations The 'four balls used by I the playeia on the first nine holes real- l-rcri n sion nf f3R0. antl after the second I nine had been plajed the. balls were ngaln auctioned ana, cur'ousiy. tne sum was duplicated Those who paid for the balls were Messrs. W. 43. pavldson. War- htr1 TVlril and J. TSSrV. 'wh; I ., ;,l...w n,lellee wer. sold tn 'Messrs. Barnes. Itosehgarten. Guild and I i Karnshaw. A sale of photographs taken bv GeorBe II. Brooke netted a tidy little sum , The late George A I'tunip. the man SCRAPS ABOUT SCRAPPERS -.,..,.,,..,.. .,,. nf ,..,,,.,, W u iveefe. is aooul tne nappies, mm. ,". pn.iese in ..net ..us ..c...i., u s. toy was the most logical contenoer tor the crown But as soon as this news teached the ears of Jack Welnsleln he simply said Lewis had no license claim to the title ! Both men will fight, their hardest'tn gain an undisputed victory, Gussle to try to wipe out that, K O. stain from l,ls record and O"Keefet0 show that he Still possesses a sleep-producing wallop. They already have started training for the contest. Kddie O'Kee.e doing his work at Adam Byan'a gymnasium, while Lewis Is working out at the grounds of the Cambria flub, Three other good contests are on thekprogram. Benny McCoy, the former Baltimore ban tarn, la putting the flnlahlng touches oh his training for hla scheduled Jen-round contest with sIo Almdo, of lluffalo.. They will be seen In action In the lileon City on the night of July 11 Jmk Ilii.no. ttt former Xw Orleans light welaht. who recently gave Tetrv MiUoveni of Tioga, an artlstlo eight-round beating at Pennagrove on July 4. la readv fort his coming eight-round mi itb Kddle Morgan, th English leathern eight They will meet In the semifinal lo-the Willi Jackson-Book Kansas fight at. Atlantic t'ty en Thursdaj night The day has been changed from Sat urday. , Johnny Dundee and Prank! ("Young") Ilrltt. the lloston lightweight ar In el lent trim for their Ivvelve-round fight which li to be held si Beantoun tomorrow night 'Hike Krlie, brother ot K.vple. will be on nf th contestants In the semifinal at ,h. Pamhrta. ntte Frlrfav nlaht. Ills DD- poneat will be selected tonight. In on ot th other preliminaries Bobby Roberts, of the man w th vylioni liei son was on , such Intimate terms On the fourth hole when Tnivria nd Marston sunk those two beautiful long putts. Mr. Street put In u bid of t'2 for 10 goyd dilves. nut iruvetss tei'miu was nir the green MarMon was well I .iiuiir uii ins 1.1-Lu.iu tinji j..-. ...na..i ., bird thiee. Travvsr, Marston 4 ,.-,.., .... . . va..-n 1 vii ...,,, t ; Anderson, iv iniTV . 1 1 iiii'icu-iii 1 ,ii. .-.,wi. " , , J raiers anil .llarMon lake i-esu ..,i t,i,'3ti mrds. .mr 1. The idilve - Ik through' the woods with ver ' I s liough pinuiid fietveen lee and fnirwnvsl ... ' US .vards away. Avvn In the distance lis the green: elevated fonslderably. the , I fan being cut nvv.i fi" Haps Motig ' both sides ot the fairways ate traps It innir.nllched shol with wood or , h )H ,, TlaP1 had a .... , t.. i. .. .1... i.ci poor iee s in. itu.. me i.iuh" " n r ,,,, 1)eamlflll ,lon ,,e was eve, (h(t Rp(1(n fm 1)s SProli .Anderson top- pert ,ls second shot Int.. the bunker St it 1.1- llttt .1 t n r. It ledlt. guaruing ine urci-n, ...e . m -.' 1 up. Thlrtl holefl. IS!) j arils, par S. The creen lies vvel! below the tee, and ll is.wtnt dnw n fni birds nderson wa Impossible to top a ball and reach the green, which Is guatded In front and t the right and lesU. it W dltllcult to hold a ball on the front of the mem, as the gieen slopes to the lert bunker Klrkby was th.. only player on. the othet three ...i i .... liu Thev weie on 11 theh I r;.i ... i.-i'ri.i,v iu.i his annrnach i' n " He,olul shot to lh" Kre''" ' ,. ',.,,,.,,.,,. ,1Md there aie more X X", .at bes . , "n V. ' ,'h, ! .... T',1Hr,. was a favoiing wind, and all ud long drives, but Anderson was In ,hr tough Tiavers and Ivlrkuy weie, Prclall; long, thei, halls 1 ing on the' jowl, grade 'Tiaveis and Marston weie henutlfillli on. with two fine lions, hut rrirkhv bashed his second Into a ttap and out, and he was over In three and nn in fnne vii.iie Aiitlersoi. was home In 'three Travers was away, and he sent .... . i.et.i fV "?' L'U ,,. " .Vree and the - . ' " . Th" v..... Ka'ieij i.,,.i.,i ..- ..i.,..----- , , ston t .'in a thlrtv -footer piump lira ne cup, fot another bird, and the gaiiei) vhe'eted again. It was a beautiful bit of , putting, as the halls never vailed In their flight and both stiiick the back of i the cup and staed In Travers. 3, Marston. 3. Kukbv. f. . Anderson. .". Travers and Marston, 1 up. ... . That Hard r illli ,.,,, ,,,, 30 jar.ls, par 3 The f'"' 'h d'r L.Hi I r'aCttes tile 1ICIUI l..nu n ..u..l... ards away the gtound rises gradually to the load. 160 yards from the tee Then begin the pits cut into the short ,fn1,wa. before the green Is reached, , I which is well elevated above the load j fast-rlalns flyweight, oppote. Clarke Houln son of Kensington Jlt.k I ho.nl.Hun. the huslcv St Joe Mo nt'Kru heavvwelghl hoxir. mid Sum l..tnii ford Ihe lloston tar lub huvt- ben matched to bov fight rountls In the weekh show tu be hel dat Wlldwood on rtnturd.iv night The tlaj las been Hdvuii.nl frulli Tnurnlay night Jark llrlltnn. the I'hltaso wellerwelgtu Is training for his . omlna tneive-ruund right with Kddle Shevlin of llosfon Thej vvllli be seen In dt-tlon in Hoilon on the nUht of i July 10 1 On Jul. X Johnny Dundee and cieorge Chane will be seen In a.tion In u melve rountl nght In a llo.tmi ring. Mike O'Dowil. the n.lddlen eight probsblv Is In Frame bv this time Mlks left some, time ago and In a letter ,i. one of his friends he stated that If he In aw t essf ul III I retusnlng lo (his tountr he will be ready' to defend Ills t hiiliiplon.hlp. Ted (hidl Lewis, the welterivelaht title holder and Frank 1'arbone of llrooklvn I come together In an eight-round lilt al Went Hubokeu N J.- jinnrrcivv night. t ttlllle Jarkhoi. has h.en matched to hov j l.en Johnson, of Nt-w York eight rounds Thev will be seen ill Hitltin at Long llrsnch I X J on the night of Julv 11 Johnnv 1 MuriH. spirrlhg Pdrtlier of Willie Jackson, meets Johnny 1-tss.e in the semlwlnd-ur. BRl'lTON MEETS L0U(;iILl AT SHORE NEXT THURSDAY Atlantic City, July 8,-r-Jack Hrltton. i fresh from his victory over Benny I Leonard will box Knockout Loughlin, at a special show for the Klks, on Thursday night, at the Atlantic City Spirting Club Ilritton Is In town, and I will finish his training at the Klks' gym nasium nob Anderson will conduct the show- and Johnny Kckhardt will be the referee Amateur Baseball Players Send in Your Photographs to Evening Public Ledger i The Kvenlng rublle Ledter Is support ing amateur baseball In I'tiPadrluhla and vlclnltr. .Manarer and Individuals are iavlted to send In notes about their lean. and themselves. Any amateur baseball plater In this vtrlnltr ran have Ids photograph reproduced on one of the Kvenlng riddle Ledger'a .ports pages and a short sketrl. of his career. The skelrhes ...uvt be written on one side of. the sheet of paper onb and. together I with the photograph, mslled er brought ln(o the ports edltar of th Kreulng I'ul.lle ledger, fourth rkwr of tb I'ublte ledger lliilldlnc., Nlith and Cheaut streets. Individual Cards and tho Ficst Ball MnrMnn: Hut I I 3 I .1 I .". 41 In II III!) :l .1 .'IT 18 Truvers: nut .1 I 4 .1 .1 n r t ll 111 .1 .1 4 .1 S l 3 3 .130 SO n4erMin: (lilt 4 .1 I .1 .1 .. .1 .1 14 In ! ! I I I i .1311 S3 Mrkliv, Out 4 .1 3 .1 S .1 .4 430 III fill .1 .1 - .1 3 " l m;-r ii vi. i. Vl.ir.tiii nntt Truvers: (lilt I 4 4 3 3 1 t ft 430 In 3 4 4 4.3 3 3 3 ,1 :C (,K kirkhv rut! inlf ftim Kill 4 n 3 .1 3 .1 I A- is In l I .1 4 .1 I I 3 .131 1.1 I'lutn lei. tn faliway there .Is a itirrv nf a bout 190 yards TheisJ nip pits ,,, will Unci anntbii- liutikel A stiff heHll ,lc 1WV i,imvinK aml both Klrkbv ,.nti Miiiersn'i irlcsl tne long can v unci 1... .1 .. . ,. ,- , .1. V. 1 .... " . " '" '"' '. "V"'" " . ' ' . .. ' shorte, vvav and nulled Into -n irap. but Ma. si,,,, wa- nl.elv out In the fal.wav ; Marsl.it, was the onl.v . ne libmo iu tw,. M.orte. vvav an 1 ....Med .. .. i ir ... bit ..iiuTiiiiiiTtiai.ia initiirj niflnian ma .iii - u,i, ,as Mil' ..ill -lie iivini- 111 i.i. shot - Kitkbv plaved .1 verv Hue Iron , , ," V' " ' w, """ """ ' nut nf tin Iran close to the green ., .. n.. .-.. .,1...., ,,. .!. Tiave.s ami Mar-Unt, just missed par llgure- and Hie hole was halved 1 as 'he MrM Inle that the be; ball failed to c-uual pat Ttavers fi. Marston 1 K'trkhv .". ndetson Ti avers and I Miirsion I up I t , i.-.i Two More Htr.l- , s,t, ,,, w v artU, par .1. -,, hl,u ,rl,iies a tine tee shot in ,,.,,,. xo ce, me, le, hundred ard r tn. gieen, and both laid their ihlnl dead. thre veiy tine shoti.. ..nil both htime m his fourth and tool, two puns labile Travels was on the greet, on his x,i, Travels 7. Marston 4. Klrkbv 4, Anderson 0 Travels and Marston I up ,, Trouble l.lgl.lb hole, .tl.i VHrtU, par I. Ml Mils hole needs an ilcvnted lee I KUAd I ln t. .. 1t. .1 .. .- ll l.. . .... 1 It tit IMIl 11 tt J m tillO nf t ll-a (I 1 1 but (.lirttu ... - ' . " .VTriM LUCK M .&ar t4S&V-. : 1 ,os-Vx!i t?. : I V' ft3--- '" '' : . c .y i)aJEs sas '. -:::: ; m !-- ....s'-'ljLf.eifcaKlWT ' S.VB1'-. ' j -.- .:'. . '. mmmsi v- ''MmmfflarM THE big joy m outdoor life comes when you get a few ears of new green corn from friend farmer. Put them on a forked stick, over the camp fire well browned, butter, pepper, salt Oh, say! And cooking does just as much for tobacco. Just try Lucky Strike cigarette It's toasted. Bi im-v !.:..!? .... V1 K-ilij--"'."'"'.:.. ';;;?;;;.".""," ; jy Sav the tin-foil from Cigarette and giye it to Isaaxassssaas I Red Cms Better Off l) SI (James Staged Over America's Best Course ;Ex$i lent Shots Applauded by j iuijpeci iii inc- snoi vviuie jra.vers anonp long one iMii'.yHrus Jl is tliner,'T3 , MatKlim shot Into the woods on the two or thiee-shotter, according to ,tbiA left, while Mrlib.v Imu a lung shot Inlo i the tough on the tight Travels'? ball ( "" ngain"! a sapling, wnue maision .is In a iliinip of small trees. lie Id.,,. .1 ... n1. .. ..1....... nu n..n...- -...,.,1 . i...x.- ti i lliuivr. nr. t i n r , r- lea-t in learh the green It started ' mi me it-rn imu mi ii fHi k ,-iim - ihimimi nun in a iniiiKer near tne gieen Tinei vvjiv iijiitent tn i;et nut few ficmi the ttee and from then hi hit ire I ' Hi' and a half with Andeison Tiave.s :.. Maistnn 1 KnMi.v ii. Andei- r"" " .ravers unci .viarymn 1 up ...... 1 r. I ' ' "' ",r ' "r" , ,u. iwi.-sliiiiif,- will, plenl v ,,f i.ouble I ,,,, i,,,-.l. s, H,l n.l pulled balls The ' Krl eu meet- the ball well and back nf It 1 ....'"." :. ' .. ",""r ,A,""l.".i' , .(.. .. ..... . gri ell meets trie lir.ll we ntul 1.J..I.- ,.f ll . the,, - lsl big dim. All four dr. . " e, . "ueie is n nig moi .n four drove well with Ma.M.iii havincr n,e i,.,,,, 1..11 "" VlT ,, ", ! ", , ""I, ."'" . i " Tl.lrleei.ll. bole, 341 .-ard., P.r.Cv-v a beautifully Icftcd Iron that went " - " , TI.S Is .he seven., entl, hole and oVfe V....I i.n.l drcuHil on llio gieen lf.nl,,,,. ,,. ,1Mt ,,, on the course-) v.. lis ..W..V. Killed n few feel and llIclf ,f .,,, f ho, T . AM ..... ... . . ----- ..-.,...., .... ..,, ..... ,- , WA.nH i.iiir i.jii 1 Tiavers. .Maiston and Kukbv lia.l licit- 1 jltons. that .,r Klikbv being eMec'a j gnnd, the bull L-mnlng to resi fifteen fn-t fioui the hole Trav.r warn hub high 1 "s, fff'it ' II I hut ..If tn tin left ntul .Maislon was on ,lhf h.nk mil of the gieen Atideisun 1 was home 1n -three .-ttid all fmir took two I hut .tf t putls Travers. I: Maiston. in. uu. -i ; iviikii.v 1 ets and Marston , 4 . Andeii-iiu, f, 'J'rave 1 "I le.iih hole, UK , r.ls, nr 3. line . retuiiring IciiKlh und nlacing. A tood iltlvc ikl.u es tne hall Iu the bowl tn the right ami ftotu there the hole opens up nil el . otherwise the apptnai-h N over pits. VI tluee wen mi In thret hut Ttuvetss. whnse ball found another lice. Kirkliv's thinl nilsseil the cun bv .. few Inchcp and Marsti.u'M thud was Inst over ihe hnle and unufher ti.vlf lesulted Tmvrs. .'. . .Matsi I. Kltkbv. 4, Amlfiwui .1 Tiav.is-and M.itstiin, 1 ui. ..M'vry, ..f-.i-sr.. -i.'.'v, .i.:s.. : w Lucky Strike tho Red Crott. aassJ.gmsaalaaaa CRN 500 as Result of BrillilS K. i Uallery V,fr. t7M rHrry. There wns a following wind, aniT7 Kliby gol a 180-yard carry Anderson j.efrl . mioii touiiii the trap and fnllrd to ReltPUtijJaa Hvell vv.UU a itpiion Tiuvers and ilaraieluJ 1,... ..!.... .1 1 1. . . 1 , t. . .H -SAwS ivii ,lll.fll l Wl I UUP, II lfll4 OHIO UIB JSrrWSLj;. foilr took two putts and Travers) Mi g .iiiuiim w-c'ic iwo u) j ravers s, piars,n' urn 4 KltKu.v 5, Anderson 5, Trarc,rr.lSjj and Marston I up 'CrSEa . -:-Mt".a. i. mi. i. ig n-an wine vtj niur naa gooa ' 1J3R ten shnls with Anderson away, and Jie. ,M .ieu nik (pom. mr nts secona, anaL-iHa "ls nonie .Marhton-(oppect 111s second and 'h hall came to 11 rest over th?a . 't.Vuii p.a.vable lie Travels laid one ot .UtVjgg most ,..rfect Irons of the day, pr dlgloiia vvullnp that sailed straight wMiM "" .".''"r.. ,,,e ',0"" ,n .-'. .UtU,A"K ul. 24 .ll.rlr.,. ....I ,1,. ...1I...1 .i.nt,l .ri3S. tJLia ,?,' rV.e ,u" 'a. .7 T ,v""S'.- -SlSS true for the pin It hit tile flae an4)c'M ..,.. .1., ... .1.. ., .. 1 ....... -irV.I).i .lei.i.n.Mi iini.i ( r.i.i .-r.se .....- . . . . . .-, . . his second Into the trap 'neaV' IMM g. ... 11 Marsi.m made a vv Ind shot cm hijlSi thlrtl. and ust managed to hit H'fti1""? (op of his leurth. The ball struck'thf'l ( Jl I I rr-11 liniM pi s icri und v ill il .ailvBst'JiW struck 'th'?! rati uu the othet side ot the atreaV S and hounded back Into the rough. nWlVfil fn.m there he was on Hie greeh oh IllS lit, it. K.rkby was on his third. i1Vt (.rM.u nvetran the pin on his thlrdf,)Jvl :ill,l Tuipm (lrntinetl In fr.v :t l.lrH ltert.. M Tiavers. 3. Marston. 7 KirkbV. 5 J An" Sfl sixteenth bote, whirl. 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