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PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1918
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I EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS ON AT CYNWYD CLUB OTHER SPORTS M
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MARTIN BEATS
DARK HORSE
Belfield Tennis Player Puts
Californian Out of
Running
OTHER GOOD MATCHES
TRIO OF JACK DEMPSEY'S
CHALLENGERS TO BOX
Levinsky, . Langford and
Thompson All Seek Bout
With Latest Sensation
FOUR ALL.STAR BOUTS
By PAUL PREP
It was a tired but happy hunch that
eat down to partake of tho dinner
tendered by the Cynwyd Club to the
tennis players participating In the an
nual men's singles and doubles cham
pionship of eastern Pennsylvania last
evening In the club's dining hall.
Why shouldn't they be Joyous? It
was true some of them had fallen by the
wayside In the preliminary round. But
weren't they and tho others to have a
fine meal and hadn't one of the un
known "dark horses" or something of
the tourney been eliminated from fur
ther play?
The dark horse referred to In the
above Is Ensign Whelan, of California,
now stationed nt the l'hlladelphla Nay
Yard. When Whelan appeared at the
Cynwyd Club yesterday with his flan
nels and racquet he virtually was un
known to the other players and com
mittee. Rumor Spread
But when some one Informed a friend
on tho quiet that the ensign was from
California, tho rumor pprcad quickly
amone the clubmen that a coart star
with a great reputation was on hand to
win the eastern Pennsylvania State
singles title. One contestant claimed
that he remembered seeing a name some
thing like Whelan In a coast paper as
having played a great match with
Maurice Mclaughlin. This couldn't bo
proved, but It had Its effect on tha other
players.
J. H. Martin, of tho Belfield Club, was
drawn to oppose the Invader. Keveral
trledito1 console tho unfortunate Martin
by offering their sympathy. This match
drew the attention of the gallery, and
the opinion was that Martin was In for
a drubbing. When Whelan lost the flrst
set, 6-2, It was thought that ho hadn't
struck his .proper stride. This appeared
to be the case, for In the second frame
tho Californian played better and cap
tured six of the ten games.
Martin, however, was far from being
a'll down and out. He came back strong
and by staging several successful counter-attacks
gained the upper hand and
won tho third set and the match Per
haps Martin won't advance muoh fur
ther In the tournament, but the fact re
mains that ho eases the minds of many
others by. eliminating a so-called "dark
horse."
Dornheim Defeated ,
There was only one upset In the-open-
lng day's play, but It was pome sur-1
prise. Herman Dornholm, captain of
the Frankford High School team nd
one of thebest Junlor"l)laycrs developed
In this section for sortie time, was the
lctim.
Dornheim made- a great showing In
this tournay last year, and during the
last Hprlng defeated tho best Junior
players. In this section and New York.
He won hi first-round match yesterday
by, default from C. Stlteler. of Cynwyd,
and advanced to the second round to
meet 11 Tremalne.
Tremalno Is a member of the cham
pionship Greenpolnt team, but tho ma
jority thought that Dornheim would
have little trouble In defeating his more
experienced opponent. Such. howecr,
was not the case, for by sticking to his
Job and falling to quit at nny stage of
the match Tremalne earned a notable
victory In a hard-fought three-set
match, 1-C, 6-3, 6-4.
CAUGHT IN THE NET
The hoy' and Junior matches didn't nt
under wv rntr!m. Play tn three two
tournaments will Mart todaj. The entry
list la ery small In each.
By JAMES S. CAROLAN
WITH three of the principals In to
night's all-Btar show at Shlbe Park
challenging Jack Pcmpey, to more
I seeking titular engagements with Benny
Leonard and the remaining three nmbl
tlous ring warriors, the best fistic card
of the season will be presented Tho
sensational work of Dempscy In stop
ping Kulton no suddenly has relved In
terest In the heavyweight dUlslon. He
Is admitted to be the best In his class
and capable of gUIng Wlllard a real
fight.
Battling I.elnsky. light heavyweight
king, officially hao challenged DempseV
Levinsky has met nil the leading henicn
and made good. He has the class and
his defl Is worthy of consideration. S.im
Langford, celebrated colored battler, an
nounced yesterday that he was ready to
meet Dempscy and all that he wanted
was the chance. .Inck Thompson, giant
colored fighter, also wants a smack at
Dcmpey, but before ho can be consid
ered he will have to dispose of Langford.
Levinnky Must Work "
LeUnsky meets flreb, recently
crowned king of tho light heavyweights
In the army and navy. Levinsky must
clearly defeat Oreb this cenlng If his
challenge Is to be entertained seriously
Levinsky is the clecrer boy, but does
net possess the hitting powers of Greb.
Oreb has not challenged Dempsey, but
if his showing against Levinsky Is a
meritorious one he will lose no time In
reeking a bout with the Utah heavy
weight. Dempsey doubtless will bo seen
In this city soon, and It merely Is a
question of selecting a good man to op
poso him.
Langford. though falling to go the
regulation limit with Fulton, said, that
Fredward was not tho gamest man In
the world. "I only went sit rounds
with that big fellow," said Samuel es
terday, "but I took the bout on quick
notice and Just naturally grew tired.
I can tell you this much, that there Is
no man IhlnfT who can stop mo In nny
twenty-three seconds. And as for
Thompson, I know, I can lick him. I
, 4 W- 1
END SEASON AUGUST 20 AND THEN
START WORLD SERIES, SAYS JOHNSON
Chlraco, 4ut 3rt. Clnklnr the major leairne schedules tihout Aiian.t SO end alan
ine the world's nrrlc. Immrdlnlrh therenfter I the olnn finnred lir rrr.ldrnt linn
Johnson, of the American I.enRiie. to romph with Secretary Maker's worknir-IUht
order.
President Jnhn.nn Is.t nlslit nenf n bulletin to the American 1 earue rlub miners
nsKlmr their itmirmsl of the plan, ulilrh. It Is understood. nlo Is under rnn.lilrra
tlon hv the National Lenctie.
Closing; the .csun iirunt 30 would leme eleven dura In which to prrpire for the
world's erlcs nnd Mill nhev NerrctaM Maker's order to disband sentrmher I. There
has been t lk of continuing to September t. or elen the. dnt following, whhh I.
Ijtlsir tl. u fecal holiday, hut the Amerlenn Leasne ceeiitlto I. stronslr opposed
tn this. He Is In fitter of the world's werle.. but lielleies It should he Maxed within
the time limit il-'rcd In the Serretort of War for the sti. pension of the sport.
If the Align. t dosing Is nrrred upon, the we. tern clubs of the American League
wilt not stirt the eastern Intn.lon scheduled for August 14. nnd the eastern clubs
ef tlie Natlnnil league will not start West. The days remaining before the ofllrlnl
shntlown September t nrohnblr will lie employed In plalnit exhibitions nnd game
with clubs In the same peetlnns.
VCa.axi"cinB.eK'SO.
stopped him once, and when lie gets In
the ring Tuesday night he won't have
to look for me. I'll be right there,
chasing him all tho time."
Clinc in Condition
Irish Fatsy Cllne put In a diligent
afternoon at rteddy Wlgmore's place in
the necks. Cllne looked to be In won
derful condition. He showed all Kinds
of speed In his workout with Soldier
Uartfleld. They used big glqves, as Uart
fleld did not wish to hurt Cllno In nny
way with his vicious punches. Andl
Bartneld vros glad to get tho chance to
box with a clever boy, for In Brltton
he Is opposing ono of tho craftiest and
Wllllo Jackson will be there In all
his glory. Wlltle enjoys entertaining
beforo lnrge gatherings, and with any
thing like faornblo weather conditions
he will be watched by many. Jackson
has been doing his training at Billy
Orupp's gym In New orK. jacKson
came to the city csterday. Battling
Lclnsky nnd Jack Brltton did their
work at Clarence Taubel's luxurious
quarters at niverslde, N. J.
Sailors to Usher
There will be no scarcity of ushers.
Promoters Herman Taylor, Bobby Gun.
nls and Jack Hanlon hae arranged to
hae 100 sailors from Pier 19. Vine
street wharf, to guide the fans to their
seats These boys did their work well
at tho last all-star show, and there
was no confusion. In order to Insure
protection for the holders of reserve
tickets, the promoters will have fifty
naval police on duty to keep order. There
will be no hurdling from one section to
another.
By way of rthqrslon four referees
will ofllclato In the four bouts "Doc"
Kutch Is booked to be the third man
In the ring when Battling Levinsky nnd
Harry Greb clash. Lddlo Holland Is
expected to officiate nt tho Langford-
Thompson engagement, l.ew L.nmson
will bo the referee of the Cllne-Jackson
setto William II Hocap, sports editor
of the Public Ledger, will do the umpir
ing In the wind-up between Jack Brltton
nnd Soldier Bartfleld. Itobert W. Max
well, sports editor of the UvEtfiuo Pub.
lio LEUQErt will be the official time-
NATIONALS WONT
PLAY BIG SERIES,
DREYFUSS SAYS
Expect" to Confer With Moguls
of American I.enguc in
Near Future
ritthtirgli, July 30.
"The National League will not con
sent to a pl.tn to slop pla.vlng August
1'0 so that a world's series may be play
ed," tald Barney Drcjfusa, president of
the Pittsburgh club, nnd who wns re
cently M'lec'cd by the Nationals to con
fer with Amcilcni League representa
tives on the fUesfr of selecting dates
for tho annual bcrler.
"Wo plnn to play until Labor day, re
gardless of what the American LMgue
does," tald Drefu-s
He added that ho expects to confer
with the American League representa
tives soon In this connection.
GARRY WANTS TO
PLAY SHORT SERIES
AFTER LABOR DAY
Relieves Permission Can Be 01-
tninctl to Hold Curtailed
Classic
Cincinnati, o , July 30
August errmann, chairman of the
National Baseball Commission, said that
It was his Idea, as heretofore expressed
that tho clubs should play until Labor
Da, nnd then he hcluntd that permis
sion could bo obtained for n shott series
of gnmes between the winning clubs, .is
nt best those affected b tho flght-or-work
ruling In these two clubs would
not total more than fifteen players
He said till the club presidents had
been In communication with one an
other, exchanging views on the number
of gomes to be plajctl, date of final
games and other nnttcrs, nnd that a
meeting may be called next week
PERCY LAWRENCE
RETAINS TITLE
Pared by Jimmy Hunter, Is
First in American Motor
paced Cbampionsbip
Percy Lawrence and Peerless Jlmmv
Hunter had the tight dope or something
List evening at the Point 'itreeze Motor
drome, nnd ns a result of their predated
"deep thinking" retained their title as
the American motor-paced champions at
100 kilometers, or 2 miles.
But even with nil their Inside stuff
Lawrence and Hunter had to have some
of the breaks of the game tn carry out
their plans It will be remembered that
Inst season t.twrenco drew Hunter to
pace him In the championship event and
tint n'l se.i'on he has been fortunate to
drsw Hunter In almost everv race
Therefore thev arc used to each other's
itvle, and Hunter knows exactly how
fast ho can draw nut Lawrence. So It
was only natural that Lawrence wanted
Hunter for his pacemaker last evening
The numbers were placed In the hat nnd
Meld aloft bv Hefcree Oannv Trotter
Peter Drobnch, or Boston, drew the
slip marked No 1 and was given first
choice. Percy Lawrence drew No 2;
Timer folllns. No 3; Menus Bedell Nr.
4 while George Wllcv hsd to he content
with what wns left Here was the pi ice
for Drohach to upset tho plans of Law
rence and Hunter by nling for Jlmmv
as tils pacemaker
But this he refused to do Instead he
'elected Body Lehman, of Swlt7.erl.ind
This cave Law rnee his chance, nnd he
named Jlmmv Hunter Lawtencc nnd
Hunter then withdrew to a lnnelv spot
and agreed that the best way to win was
for Hunter to set a terrific pace at the
start nnd kill r.ff tho other men and
Mkc a big lead
Binglcs and Bungles
Cbtraoo mid Vrro Verfc nrr inWntf n (ouoh
fond In Irnic) n (lie .Vcilloiinf ,oiie. llolh
peer benlrtt again ielcnrtl. Ilic Vubi bt
Hie linicj nnd Hie IIIm.hI? bu I'ltlthurttb.
The (titis ore llirrc annus ahrail vl Ibc
(Hauls.
Three of the seven enmes plned In the
innjiir lenxue went ettrn rniiiuU. The I hits
nnd Iteils plnved eleven Innlnss, IJt. '"'
beat Itnmkbn In the twelfth soil the" White
sov nocd out Washington In the thirteenth.
Tbr llrit Sor u oh ncnbt from the St
I.oiiH flrouns 77il put Ibr Hanlon bunch
In nil anmr nlienil n f'lcl rlinirf Ibc
stconrt club in tbi Atnrrican .riuriie race,
fhnrlev Hollorhor had i field dij at
HnMon nn the offenMve He ntolp a ba-e
and cracked out thine alnitlca In four times
up.
Jim Thorpe, dron-klcker lie hive, found
CoinsT for tm ilouhlea In the (llnnts-t'lrates
irs me.
Hat' Hulh held Ine nroiiiM In tour MM.
lie nfso no! n Ihrtc-ortar (ill. Ilartv Hoover
in thnl uame noitrd Hint be It ooii bnek
rnpidlv He bad only lour bits In four
times ill hat.
In spite of Kobe Marqunrd'n pitching nnd
nik heat's three hit, the Indacrs lout
to t, I ti'iU. llornM hemm the twelfth
round with n ilncle and ultimately scored
tile vunnlns run en neinM's sliiKie.
Mnnnaet P J fosoinn of the Ryracune
hnmbntt rlub of the lnt'rnallnal l.tnave
the Jianentne
A CIO London,
WILL NOT Ml
OLGA DORI
M
Icclarcv falr minora that
u outd h" movffi rithrr to
Court , ur Hamilton Out.
Alice TTnunv TliirnnL- Pofflttiite?
J .-,,si5
Challenge of PhiladelphifKtl
Mermaid W
. , T T . Wfo
nxtinonllnnry of thU rlty, who a.tlw?j
nnnntle fnna nnd fonAtlon nf thnPAtfllawl
coast her" ability and how the sport."wAV
taucht nnd fostered In this cltyf i.;'
challenged Miss Pannv Durack,, ,UJ?
lamen Australian mermain 10 a raoe-.i,,?
-i-.. ,- .. .. u. -i I L-nAdtrAf
ui'ii'rminP ill wuriu uiiaiiipiuiianipaf-
After watching Miss Durack cOBipetM.,
In a reepnt event for the benefit of, tMi-Vil
Ksn Prnnelsco chapter of the Bed Cnatt'M&h
Miss Dorfner stated that she wa reljin
to meet the invader in n race of any; w ft g 5
tance from 60 to 2fl yards: In f tj& ig 3
anything her coach. Fred Cady, wol-fi
i-n.n Mine li-ni.l. Una .I.IHJI tJj;
(imjur .iii iiiiiv.n nan ictuotsu n "o.
defl and states that she will return tjjjj
ncr nonip hl an eiriy tune, slivi
Ill'- I Ilimur-Illll.l n, iiiiiii-i b iKUn J V-ja
lis luuiiMH i win nwiin aiisb ranny Ttia
Durack any distance that Mr. Fred Cad)r,-,.,Ll
my coach, designate", this to ineluaC4li!
anything from SO to 220 yards. X ffctf2
all the way from Philadelphia und1) 5 .8
the Impression and with the hope thAt s'lij'l
I was to meet Miss Durack here (BniMJ?j
Miss Durack seems to, Wl Jjjjl
i ininK wb umfi,-vv j
particularly wntjti
cleverest of the present-day ring artists keeper.
NOTES OF THE AMATEURS
Jlmmv llnllr. the hard-hlttlnK InDelder of
th Park Kdae A C, haa eUned to tdav
with the Overbrook A, A. Ho Is cxp'iteJ
to help the team hy hin hlttlnic and lleldlni;
ability for the rest of the eeaeon.
nrsf-claps aemlprofes-
rniv Miinti i
datea durlnu that month open for atrictlv
P. B. T A. r..
elnnal nine, nan Auuuat 3 and a few :
E. r. Barker, of California, who la ata
tloned at Learue Ialanit. was returned the
victor In his match with W. MarMurtrl. of
Belfield. The score was (1-1. 0-0. Marker
playsd a ?me came and his opponent never
had a chance.
BUI Klnkald, captain of lait vear's North
eaat Ulah School tennis team, gave a first
class1 exhibition, but wai forced to bow to
C. A. Mattla of Greenpolnt. in an Interest
ing contest, 1-1 n2. Two aeanona aso Kln
kald defeated Mattla In a four-hour match.
Two Chinese plaer are entered In the
tournament. Chow, of Tale, and S. P. Wo.
Tilth rnnt th rtelfleld Club Wn won
his preliminary match by default from
Dwtsht Melsa Chow was acheduled to have
rilayed Paul Gibbons but the local star was
ndiaposed.
Gerald Ememon had a fine workout. The
Kaat Orane youngster won from O. R.
Powell, of Cynwyd In straight eeta. s-ft.
6-3. Emerson roeeja C, P. Barker this
afternoon.
AI lloaklna. the demon referee, arrived
In tlma tn officiate In his uaual well-nigh
perfect mannea In the Martln-Whelan
match.
Paul Gibbons, the chairman of the com
mittee. Is a hardfworklng- official these days,
and Is never on; his feet. Besides having
chars of the tourney. Gibbons expects to
play and emerge champion.
i
IT. W. Hanna, of Btenton. won a close
match from II. Podgson of Greenpolnt,
8-8. 8-8.
The twilight plan proved popular with
the players BV holding off the starting
time until B o'clock the hard-working busi
ness man has a-chapce to compete. Forty
eight entries were received lor the men a
singles.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
NATIONAL LKAGCE
rhllUes. Si Cincinnati. . (11 Inf.). .
fit. Louis. 4 1 Brooklyn. 8 1X Ings.).
rittsbunh. 4t New York. S.
Boston, Si Chicago, t,
AMERICAN LEAGUE
AthleHrs-Clevelnd, rain.
Detroit. S: New York. t.
Bootrm. It 8t. Iul.t. ..... .
Chicago, li Washington. 0 (IS Ins.).
Schedule for Today
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati at Philadelphia Cloudy i S:S0.
Pittsburgh at New York Cleari 8:30.
ft. Iuls at nrooklyn Clear i 8:80.
Chicago at Boston Clean 8:18.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Athletics at Cleveland Cloodyi liSO and
iitndiy
first-clips clubs bavlnir home a-rounde and
offering a suitablef punrantee. J. Whiteside,
manager 3311 Juvie rtreet.
Dellmar A. A., a stronir flrat-class travel
ln team, hus Annum 17 and "J4 open for
teams of that class having home grounds In
nn mil nt town nfferlnir reasnnabln irusr-
antee William lvenson. manncer 1HI0
Hcseberry atreet. or phone Dickinson SS33 W.
Mnnttin. It. C would like tn arranea games
with any tlfteen or sixteen sear old traveling
teams for several open uaies aurinK- aubiiii
and September. J. E. Kent, manager, 715
ue iiaiD street.
Patterson P. C. would like tn arrange
rnnies with teams of that class havinK home
grounds In, Pennsylvania. New Jersey and
Halamr" efferln w enllwblw gnwrsnteo
John n. Patterson, manager. Amber nnd
bomeraet streets, or phone Kensington 301(1.
Penn City, a fullv uniformed sixteen to
eighteen sear old nine, would like to book
gameB with all traveling tenma nf that class
Charles Plsher. manaaer. 707 llelgrade
street, or phono Kensington 3(103
Valknne V. C. a first-class traveling nine,
w lubes to bouk Saturdav and Sunday games
with all home teams of that class ottering
a suitable guarantee. II Hell, manager.
1044 liodlne street, or phono Diamond 8341
between 0 and 7 p m.
Quaker Giants will play at home for th
reat of the season, nnd the team Is open
to hear from all first-class trnvt'ing teams
In or out of tow n J. Williams, manager,
8321 North Carlisle street.
Manav-iink Professionals, who defeated the
strong Norrlstown A. A. last Haturday after
noon, have August 4 nnd 11 open for strictly
flrst-elasn home teams offering a suitable
KUarantt II. Herbert, manager, 4457 Main
street. Manasunk, nr phone Jtoxborough
ftflft T between 7 anil 10 P m
gjsjaisigjgiaEjg
tyjUlL&BSfe
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TROPICAL SUITS HATS HABERDASHERY
The Largest DUtribntors of MANHATTAN SHIRTS In Philadelphia.
Mid-
Summer
CONTINUES THIS WEEK
Stock-Reducing Sale
m
1:80,
New York at Iletrolt Cloudy I SUS.
Washington at Chicago Clean 8,
Boston at Mt. I-oula Clean 81SO,
,Si..'
What May Happen
in Baseball Today
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Won It Pet. Win Lose Split
Chicago .. 8B 3t ,848 .632 .841 ...
New York. fi 35 .618 .820 .800 '...
i-ltl.hurgh. 47 42 .828 .838 .Ml ...
Phillies , .48,47 .474 .478 (.487 ...
rinrinaatl. 4148 .461 .467 .458 ...
Beaton ... 41 Bt .441 .447 .488 ...
Brooklyn.. 88 50 ,432 .488 .427 ...
bt?Louls 38 56 .404 .411 .400 ...
AMERICAN LEAGUE ,
Boston ... 57 87 .608 .811 .800 ...
Cleveland. 52 42 .858 1.588 1.842 .552
Hgsaiiurfn OU .oan ,ui .on
new I era
rhlrag. ,
. laia
J 6 48 .517 .62 .611
8 48 .478 .478 .487
41 68 .451 ,467 .448
Detroit ... 41 61 .448 .462 ,441 ...
WKlieV. tV .ill t.424 J.408 ,4ij
t.f ' tW,wo. L tw.
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Row Ties
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65c
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