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tiff Day for
OF DEMPSE Y LAUGH AS
': THEY SEE JACK TRAIN
jtarry Williams and Jack Renault Look on Without Pain
as Champion Scores Decisions Over Punching and
' Sand Bags Spars With Little Men
Hy KOBKKT V. MAXWKLL
Hports Kdllor KTrnmc 1'ubllc I.edner
THE Pwcheron pug In the DcmpK'y triiinliiK rump nttvnileil the ilnlly
workout ycBtcrdny nntl tJioroujstily rnjojed tucnifclvps. Thoy just IsiirIumI
And lnuehed as tho ehnmplon went tliroURh hli i-scrclm-a. bccaimc the o.xrr
k dsci meant nothing to them. They wore on the sideline,., acinic, the role
I ct spectators and It didn't rwt a cen . Also, they rulffurol no bodily injury,
which was the real ennw for the gigxW. Mr. Deinpney was not Indulging In
; heavy workouts and the heavyweights were given a day off for convalescent
BUrPOnBTuesdav Lorrv Williams nccldentally plarcd hiu glass jaw In front of
! a one-two punch and 'did a imM dive until further notice. He was lifted out
1 "f the ring to make room for the next victim. Th m happened to be Jack
Mlcnault. who claims to be a Canadian, but sounds like l.gg Harbor, N. .1
Jack nrnctlce.il sprints for two round and hi lew wore tired at the end.
Therefore he. too. needed a rot. IlatHlug Ohee. the colored phenoui. put
on a disappearing net and when Ian hoard of he was headed west and going
strong. He wants a job In a d.uiamltc fn torj or some other place where the
work is ensy and not dangerous.
All of which means the champion took a vacation yestcrdaj and allowed
his receiving partners to have u look without pain. He boxed a few rounds
with the punching bag anil then took on the big. heavy sandbag, which was
uspended from the celling of the hangar at the Airport This he socked with
reckless abandon, landiug rights and lefts and alternated with lefts and rights,
this proved he was vcisatile.
THE trorfcowt tea thoroughly enjoyed hy 1cmi-j. Renault and
Williams, and there was much regret b cause (Ihcc could not
appreciate the act.
Champion Works Out Indoors
YESTEUDAY, while Mr. Kearns was abseut. llempey chunged his plans
nnd did not step into the arena He evidentl had the rnmfnrt of the
eicluslvc spectators lu mind, who can become exclusive by paying $1 at the
Bate Instead of having them sit In the sun-baked arena, where the back ot
the neck gets sunburned and hungry green tiles take large bites at unsuspect
ing ankles, he invited them to go indoors. nwu from the cool breezes and tlie
hot sun, to say nothing of tl n green Hies. If thej didn't care to do that it
was all right, because the tit lots hnd been collected at the gate.
After scoring decisive victories over the light punching has nnd the bale
of sand the champion boxed with Kid Herman and .Joe Benjamin. He worked
beautifully nfalnst the khK stepping around Just as fast as the) and showing
remarkable speed for n big man He did not look like a hcavj weight in
action. He was too good for thnt part. On his toes constantly, dodging in
and out, pulling tricks never ntt mpti-il by those who have outgrown the
lightweight "limit, he astounded the cash customers with his cleverness.
There is no bunk about it lcmpse is just s good. If not better, than
ever before. He was just n active nnd fast as his lighter opponents, hit them
when he wished, and when a guy can do that he is good. The big boy is all
'act and ready to step out.
tFVPf!EY tern innalu honored
U 4mm Tnnn Jiranch eisited him
loving cup. I' tent much appreciated
Made Many Friends at Lon Branch
JACK trained at Long Branch for most of his battles In this section, and
while there joined the famous and hnnornble order. He made many
friends there nnd they wanted to show their appreciation. Tlic. decided to
present him with something, nnd sent the delegation here for thnt purpose.
When we arrived at the training camp the delegation, which consisted
of Howard K. Hunting, once a famous athlete at Rw.irthmore College; Jack
Manlon. Otto Kauert and Ilenny Jennings, were seated on the front porch of
the champion's privute and exclusive residence, which lu llFelf Is n great
honor. They were there for n couple of hours and were interviewed bv Teddy
Hayes, the private secretnry-tTainer Teddy said he would be glad to tell
the champion his friends were waiting, but the only thing which prevented it
wns that Dempsey was asleep, and If he awakened him he would get his block
While wniting for the champion to appear the spokesman rehearsed his
npeech and had it letter-perfect. It was a noble effort and worthy of the occa
sion. He wanted Dempsey to know how much he wns thought of in Long
Branch. N. J., which mean" a lot.
At .1 o'clock the stage wns. set for the presentation. The committee whs
led to the back yard, where there wns a lot of sand and about twenty photog
raphers. Including Abe Welntraub. The spokesman was ul! set for the supreme
oratorical effort when Dempsey appeared. The champion wns In a talkative
mood and made long speeches.
"Hello, boys," hp "aid to the crowd and photographers. "I'm feel
Then when he snw the delegation from Long Ilranch. N. J., he said with
much feeling: "Hello, boys. I'm feeling fine."
The spokesman stood there with a straw Mnrkln in one hand and the
silver loving cup In the other It glistened In the sunlight and was all dolled
up with purple and white ribbons.
"On behalf " started the spokesman, but Drmpey interrupted the speech.
"Is that for me': ' he nskeel "Thanks; much obliged."
THAT ended the presentation and, after many photographs, the cup
teas carried into the house and Jack icent to the hangar to enter
tain the cash customer) and newspaper men.
Carpcntier Money Uncovered
HEItE was, some excitement yesterday. One of the feminine sp-ctntors
nppeared on the scene and wanted to
Bhc did not care about nn odds, but just wanted to bet. fihe was French
and believed Georges would, win Furthermore, she had the money to prove
It. Hut there were no takers, for some renson or other.
It was learned that the fair bettor was a medium, or something, and
after onsultlng her controlling spirit, learned that Carpeutie would win in
the first round. Immediately she told some one and. according to the story,
was given IJ.'IOO to wager on the hunch So much confidence was placed in the
report that one hundred was offered with no takers
VNK of the most interested spectators
J Hlzzoner is auite an athlete himself
was a noted football player around Philadelphia when the Athletics and Phils
promoted the gridiron sport nnd w-ns n student at the Fniverslty of Penn
sylvania, although he never played on the lied and Blue eleven
Mr. Bader has bten with Dempsey considerably, riding horseback with
him and running on the road in the mornings. In five week he has taken off
teventeen pounds and looks ready to step into the ring himself.
"Dempsey Is In better "hnpp fhnn an, one I ever have seen." said the
Mayor. "He has worked hard for Ax weik'. and th only fear I have is that
he will be overtrained. He is guarding against that and will take tilings eay
from now on."
Jack Plans Fishing Trip
f rCOUDINO to the latest plans. )miij .iill box the heavyweights this
.. afternoon nnd tomorrow and Satunlaj will ieM He intends to take a
fishlug trip and get away from the mob. The work Is getting monotonous
and n change will do him good
All of the experts are here on the job and everv day Iienipsey wins the
battle without a dissenting vote. Now nil lie has t in is win it.
fopinuM, ja?J, by I'uhltc l.i.la'r To.
Boots and Saddle
Ilcllevo Idlo Hour should win the '
Parks Hill pue at Lutnnln this after-
noon, which I- the feature race of a
very good card. Tlruniwirk and Risin
Hock mny be depended upon to make !
a good showing. Horses well nlnced
Jn other races arc First firi'Mii (Jra-s,
Oozette, The Haggavre: seeond llillv
Star, Deep Sinker. Hilly- M-u.h , thud i
Tanlnc. Miss. Patty, Pueblo; lifth
.7. C. Stone. Wickford, Klmpnlnng.
Uth TuImi, Robteside, Paris Muni ;
seventh Poilu, Dchablnh II (in v
First ruci' nroomflax. Dick Dead- '
rj'c, I. ally second Dlmmesd:i!. St.
Allan. Scamlnt; third - Devil Dog,
Herd (ilrl. Sir (infton. fourth Well-
finder. Messiiic, Superwni.inn . liftli--Captnln
Aleock, Tbunderntorm, Oenle
"V ; hlxth Luck) (iirl, Pancake, Hu
juanltarian. A. K. MuciHnlxT'ii notcil Trench tirod jr
ml rc horn 0mnrht. renily liniortxl
died audiUnU' at Huralogii yeatpnluy. Omr
Uht won $130,0110 during hl curtcr un the
II. (1. Ilfdwrll tina applied lu th Mary
Hnd Btat lUcln Communion for llo-nre u
irainur n now it proper rnr me en
Jockey I'lub to proceed to have
lndleatlona at preaent point to
0ld ut hre.yer-old fllllea atarlln In th
"Human Punching Bags" Makes Them Giggle Watching Dempsey Go Through Stunt!
Atlantic City. N. .1.
A delegation of Elks
am! nrricnted him with a silver
by the champion.
hot iii. much as jJIOO on Carpfntler.
down here is Mayor Edward I.
and a keen student of hoxinir.
I..itijhi,i wak whlcti will hVB IU dccLiun
ut th. turn cole tlnit the i.ilualjl- ( Innr,
luiil tr p. ui, b run 1 A Cmrx t
Naiirj L- Itinor of th Kentucky Oi.n
wih .i.'a.i. il" bnii.c huIi Hairy Pionv Whit
ii. v .. 1 ruilery neoirdlnif to rernrl frmn the
I.!N th'it bnt:i n.llei v, be MUIp.M to
, f 'iiVa.li. l"i "n of ' T, i.". ""'"" ' '"
LOCAL MEN IN BOUTS !
Tlplltz, Williams, Brown and Kra
mer on Open-Air Program
I'oiir Philadelphia IMmcn arc pi.ning
In sonic diligent training at Plulndilp ' in
.luck O'Mru'n's tic -e dajs Tne arc
.loc Tiplitz. Kid Williams, Hnrr Kid
Il'iiwn and Dannj Ki inner all of whom
arc getting Into condition for resoce
tic mutches nt the Phillies Hall Park
next Wcdiiesilnj night.
Tlplltz is matched In the stellar scrap
with George Chnne) as hh opponent
Williams U to take on I.ouisiann, which
ulso Is n return bout, while another on
core will he between Kramer and Hnj
Moore The other mnti h Is a llglit
welglit set-to butwmi Joe Henjamin an 1
Hiiit) Khl Brown
Glrard F. C. Has Hard Games
Olrard K C hat u hard folmdulu over th
H end satiiroov I' llnya wl
Inva th 1" It T
thra nt Trnth and Hutler afreet" nnd
ou . Jourpe tn .innKlni' wr. nn ''ni
lalna liie l(liiudr wii . jniy x nni iwi
I IIht laniaa are open Artiireas narney
Hchaofar. Oi Kant Laurel atroet, or phono
Market 600 durlne the day.
5Tj,' w-? '-v '-jwi?v.vv2v!3r
Phils' Twirler Thinks Veteran
Brooklyn First Baseman
Would Fit in Well Horo
A'S LOSE IN ELEVENTH
I.ee Meadows, the pride of Wild BUI
Donovan's Phillip pitching staff, was one
of some (lOOrt-odd who paw our Athletics
take the count jesterdny afternoon In
the eleventh at the hands of Ocorgc
McBrlde's Washington Senators by a
,1 to -l count. I.ee, whose claim to fame
aside from his right arm, lies In the
fact thnt he Is the only bespectacled
hurler In the big leagues, left In the mood
of the boys who gnther round the stoves
during the wintertime. In other words
lie did not mind tnlklng.
"I hnve heard thnt there is a trade
brewing between the Phils nnd the
Dodgers," said Meadows, "but I do not
know, except from newspaper reports,
who are liable to be trnded. We could
use Eil Konetchy very well nt first base
now; as n matter of fact, much better
than either Mlljus or Mohnrt, the
pitchers, who are reported to be on the
market for Cecil Causey. Ed Is far from
being through nnd would just about
lend us enough to get our bends out of
the cellar. You know we get Jlmmv
Smith from the Beds as part of the
trnde for Oreasy Nenle. We were to
get Sam Crane, but Smith was llnnlb
sent to us. Jimmy has been n utlllt.v
Inflelder out In Clncy for the last four
Anent Wheat and I;bourvcau
All was not glorious on tho recent
Western tcur of Donovan nnd his band
Aside from taking wallopings with al
most monotonous regularity the I'll IN
suffered the loss of two of their best
men. nnd the Western scribes never made
the wires bristle with a word of it
Mack Wheat, the second-string catcher,
received n broken hnnd out in St. Louis,
when a foul-tip from Bill Donk's but
splintered the member Wheat Is now
resting with his wife's relatives In Cin
cinnati with his nrm In a sling nnd mny
not Join the team for several more
DeWitt I.ehoiirvenu the dashing out
fuOrlpr vr Hnloiirneil around these
parts while the Phils were starting their
Western jaunt and who lolned them tn
St. Louis. Is out of the game npnln.
Before joining the Broad nnd Hunting
don streets crew DeWitt suffered an in
jury to his nose that has been causing
him great trouble of lnte. with the re
sult that a physician advised him to
have an operation performed. Thte is
being done in his home town. DeWitt
will probably join the club here within
the next two weeks.
Phils Itcturn Tomorrow
The Phils return here tomorrow nf tcr
noon for a stay that doesn't end until
July 'J3. The Giants will be the party
of the second part tomorrow nfternoon,
and it would not be at all surprising to
find Konetch on the initial sack when
the teams line up.
(letting bncU to the Athletics
Meadows was treated to a real game
from the start. Had the brnlnH of the
A's. been o little more nimble there is
evtW chani'e that the fracas would have
ended with the House of Mack on the
top side of the ledger.
.Joe Judge, who it, known as one of the
bet batters in the American League,
a man dancerous at all times, eaino up
in the eleventh with two down nnd
runners on tirst nnd third Instead of
passing the tirs-t sucker. Kecfe and the
Mack board of strategy elected to pitch
to him, with the result thnt one run
cro-sed the plate nnd a runner rested on
third with Judge on second, as a result
of n two-base wallop down the left -field
foul line. Smith. :i newcomer, who
went to third In place of Shanks, who
shifted to aec'ond when Harris was
banned for throwing the ball into the
grandbisml, died out deep to Frank
Welch in center.
Johnson In Form
The damage had been done and with
Wnlter Johnson pitching as he did be
fore his arm started to feel sore tho A's
did not hnve a chance. The former
,nnetr.nn T pntrnp Hci. went to the hill
to start the ninth, relieving Znchary,
who which in me cio'ing iiinuigh. u
tiie three innings he worked just ten
men faced Walter, whose fast ball
seemed to have all its former zip. Two
of thnt number fell by the strike-out
The home-run epidemic continued.
Ghnrrit, the Scnntors' battling back
stop, landed the pellet high nnd dry into
the left-field hlenehers In the second
frame with Shanks on second. In the
litth Chick (iallowny, who Is making n
iletermlned effort to get hack into the
good graces of Mack for the short-field
tioition, pelted Ins second In two days
into the Maine blrnehers. m feu- feet be
jond the reach of Miller.
In the eighth Hrjn Mnwr Jimmy
DkeR, shot u high and mlghtv liner Into
deep center thnt caromed off the wall
into the .(eel framework of the bleachers
for n lound trip. It was .Teems' ninth
of the current sen&on.
While the Athletics were putting up
eierv bit of :i ligl t to mnke it three out
of four from the pes't Scnntors the
Phils ueie dropping one ruer In Ilrook
Ijn bv n wide mnrgin, S to - to he exact.
(Si'iimhln George Smith, who won hl
lii-t game of the season lust Saturday,
i-sned the task of stopping the
Iioil?ers !! lasted until the third,
during which time he was Inced for
live runs on four hits. In the first his
own error and Jack Miller's error of
omission (oinbinod with a hit nnd a
pass gave r.bbets' hirelings three
i.unters in the opening frame
From then on it was all Brooklyn,
I,, in, ( 'adore twirling in fine form, hold
ing the Phils to nine binPl(N, three of
which were mnde by Johum Tlawling!.
ami two by Trenton Parkinson. Hctts,
of Deinware fame, and Keennn worked
,i, the 1 IU after Smith
AYS LEE MEADOWS
LBj6aK---iHi!tAliliiLPB:iA, TJatJ&SBAY, JUNE A 11)21
OF ALL D6tICe4 IM
Tmi.s ,vJonuzf- i .havq
THf MOAT FUM fo TU9
MONtlV Kon. A tfnsiT
t CAM SBT TU8
BiaeaAT laugh.- hrs
C0MS A VACTIfA NOW
I GAVC HIN 374
POUMOS - YOVAI- MA MA;
oet his exPRcrsaioM!
HS'S MVIMOLING ABOUT
dCAies I've 3ivflsi
Hisn somiethinc -ire
WORS' fDDUl U. UAT.
wwifsw rsT1 I
Journee and Gans Unavailable.
New Sparring Partners
Arrive and Depart
IDENTITY IS KEPT SECRET
Mnnhnssrt. L. I., June 2.1. Georges
challenger for Jack Demp-
ey's heavyweight title, is confronted
with the loss of the services of both
Paul Journee. Fiencb heavyweight wiio
accompanied the challenger to this coun
try, nnd Italian Joe Onns. Hrooklyn
middleweight. The pair made the mis
take of engnglng In ring bouts last Mon
day night nnd. both being knocked out.
the camp routine of Georges suffered pro
portionately. Journee still is nt the
camp, but is incapacitated. He will do
no more sparring with Georges.
Gans is not quite so badly bunged up
as Journee. The Itnllnn, however, has
disappeared from the Mnnhnsset tarm,
where and why nobody know-H. Gnns
ii'ul fllvml tlin i.cttntn n'tlnuiluv nfternOOIl.
f but left for some unexplained reason
in the evening and did not renppear
Carpcntier sent out a hurry call for
nsslstnntj and assistance under the cir
cumstances and three big boxers re
sponded. Who or what they were was
kept secret. They arrived In a spnclous
ilmoit'lne early In the morning, en
shrouded in mystery, and the veil was
not lifted nt nny time during the dav.
Trainer Wilson went o far as to
state that the men were two middle
weights nnd a llght-henvywelght. but
thnt is ns far as he would go In detail.
He admitted that Carpcntier had worked
out for about three-fpiorters of an hour
lu the gymnasium, but wdien asked if
tho i liallenger had engaged.ln any spar
ring he replied tersely: "I cannot com
ment on t lint . "
Cnrpeiitier, with Manager Francois
De.scnmp' nnd Captain J. II. Mallet,
his friend and adviser, visited the arena
in Jersev Citv in the afternoon, nnd
wns visiblv impressed with his intro
duction to the plnce where he will
strive for the title. It was the first time,
the Carprntier party had visited Iloylc's
At the arena Promoter Rickard
pressed Contractor Kdwnrds into serv
ice ns guide and thoroughly explored
the place. Cnrpeiitier w-ns amazed at
flic site spread before his eyes. The
nrenn Is almost completed nnd to
(ieorpcR was the greatest thing of its
kind he had ever seen.
INDEPENDENTS TO FORM
PERMANENT GRID BODY
Meet at Rlttcnhouae Hotel This Eve
ling to Elect Officers, Discuss Circuit
The Independent Footbnll Ahnei.
ntmi of l'l'iins.Nlvnnln will meet this
evening nt tho Rittenhnum Hotel nnd
elei I permanent riffle cm nnd eompletc
nlnni for the 1021 BenMOti. At n recent
meetinr; Ileinie Miller, former Penii nil
Amerleim end, wns fleeted temporary
A eommitteo of three eomno.ed of
Howard Howker. of Kranktord ; Fred
Pop" lifrker, of HolmeKhnri;, nnd
Eddie. H.de, of Conhhohocken. Iiiib
been ntu-UtiiiK Miller tocetlier with
Ocorfte .TohiiMin nnd Ttoli Dqwhou, who
I'oneelved the idea of the Independent
fnntliall orcnnizntloii with Ileinie.
neildes the Mk local elnliH that hnve
intended nreviouR ineetlnjCB repreKenia.
tlt'i will he prcHent from IlrldrKbnru,
T.ojrnn. I.nnensler. Ilwlnc Vmconie,
Ittverside. f'hearook nnd South Phlln
delphiu AH -Stars
Quaker City Has Saturday Open
The Quaker City Profemlon.il hnve
rt.ile open nit tholr schedule for Snturdsy.
Itnckdale P with wlinru a eennenth.
Innlnr cnrel.' tl wa played early In the
nmon will he mt on Sunday July 1 (two
.. v , ntun r...r. fn. MOmM Izi.rlil rtlif nf.
town clulis ffferlnB inducemenu Addrem
the mnnaKement at 804 Norrtu iitreet or
nh ' Columbia 1071 hlwen (1 and ! 80
T-.. TVW I . . Sk.
,W r-i wv ."
WHAT A SCALE THINKS ABOUT
L PL a 4 Thia old
diFm ato Gluts. Hcr .
nicksi.'a worth-- b
Tho& PersNIB TICKLH
WKer THCY so Down
WHAT DID TCLt Yoo!
I MA 6c. SUA THINK M0
iveidMa tSS poind"
4H 15 TOLLING H6R
PRIflMD SM THINKA I
AM 5p RGLIABLP Tbo 0
i&r4"T THAT A 5CRWAMT
Ljfil&f I u-r4 Tui?
(?O.SH Hfi'S .SoRe!
ft I .SHouiao 98 PoumOs
And l Hoph hb Mcv
coiv6s sack- vj.
dcrr HIS PRCCIOOi, ccht
or THIS PQ Rio Nil
HB GAVn MS 1HAT OBWJT
as owe parting prom
HIS 3ARC3T POSSESSION
What May Happen
In Baseball Today
W. J,. V.V. Win I Split
IMttnhiiritli 30 17 .000 .707 t.8M 00
Ni-m York . 80 H .flOO 007 .800
llostnn. Si tQ .OSS .8.10 .MS . .
Sit. IxtntH 3(1 2ft ..117 ,.R8!1 t.rt(H) .IS17
IlriHiklyn SO 3? ,484 .4(1? .470
( Mriiftn 24 .12 ,4?0 .430 .421
Cincinnati. 21 3,1 .107 .417 .400
I'litllles IN 30 .310 ,3zH .310
IV. I V.V. Win Im Hpllt
rierlmiil. . 80 22 .OSi) .0415 .020
New York. 3l 27 ,71 .878 .803
IViislilnitton. 8n 20 .8,14 .801 .8 IB
llo.ton .10 37 .82(1 .331 .817
Detroit . SO M .400 .477 .402
CltlrnKO 28 81 .480 .448 .431
St. Loilla. . 2(1 34 .433 .413 .42n
Athletic 21 38 .33(1 .307 .330
Win two. ! two.
limoklra. Hi liillllm. 2.
Ilnstnu, Oi New York. 5.
Ilttehurfcli. .It Cincinnati, 2 (12 InnlnmO.
Chlcnto, flt Mt. IOiil, 3 (nmt ramr).
ChlriiKn-Nt. IiiUs, hccoimI name postponed.
Wnohlnirton, 8i Atliletlts. 4 (11 Innlnxs).
New York. 8i llnston, 2 (flrnt name).
lkMtnn, 8 New York, 1 dtocond name),
t'lctcluml. 3j Clilcntrn, 2.
IMrolt, 7 8t. Inils, n.
Mlnneapolla, It Mllwnukee. 0 (nrt Bmr).
Minneapolis Hi .Mlltmukee, 3 (Sil came).
iniruo. oi inniiwiaiwim, s (iirst name),
Toledo. 8 Indliinanollii. 4 (second icnme).
lMltMlllt. iai r'nlnmhlla. A fOet nmllV
CnluinliiiH. 12 I.oulMlile, 3 Oiwond iftinir).
M. I'mil a. i; u..n citr. s (nt iim).
KnM City 4i St. Tnul. S (second enmri,
.Hemphln, Oi Mohlle. 1.
! lllc. 4 1 New Hrlrnns, 3.
Little Itock. Si Atlnnhi, 2.
nirmlnxlmni, fli Chnttnnooira, 1.
Sorlnirflelrt, Hi I'KMOelil. 2.
ritt.lleltl 0, Hprirofflrld. .
Ilurtfortl, 8 Worerster. ,
New Ilrncn, 4i Wuterhurr, 0.
I'lilllln. nt Ilrnoklrn.
I'lttxliurxli nt St. IroU (2 icnmrs).
Ilovton ut New Y'nrk.
... , Clilrpiio at Cincinnati,
UnMilncton nt riillnilelphln.
Cleveland it chlenirn.
Nt. IOlllt nt Detroit.
New York ut IVwtoii.
nKSI'LTS OK YKSTKHDAY
Nennrk, 3 Toronto, 2 (first inmtl,
Toronto. Hi Nennrk, 2 (second irnme).
Itoelienter. 12 1 Rmllnir, 2 tlrt icilnie).
ItoclimttT. 4i Iteddlnir, 2 (mvnnd rame).
Ilulllinoro. flt Sriiciie. B.
Jersey City. 12 HulTnlo, 0.
HCHKDDLK rOB TODAY
Itochrwter nt IU-iKlln.
Syracuse nt llnltlmore.
lliifTulo nt Jerx.T City.
Toronto nt Newnrk.
STANDINO OK TIIK CLl'IIN
W. L. I'.C. iv. L. 1.C.
Ilnltlmore. 48 12 .800 Toronto 28 33 481
lliifTulo 3rt 27 .S71.lfrw City 28 S3 .430
IUm hpite r. 32 28 .833 Sjrnctme 58 33 .131
NiHiirk . 32 83 .402 Itruidlnit 10 in .288
Phils Have Week End Open
Th I'Mlly I'roa can l-e necurtd for Jun
I.', 20 July 2 or 4. Tho mnnnaciient bun
ndded Kcwrol pluyem returnlnir ficn, t)8
Smith Communlcte with io." Wcit IhUh
nrnti' Phnnf Tlo-a 4800
$11.50 to $16.50
CLAFLIN, 1107 Chestnut
Sfora Closet S P. M. Saturday J P. M.
Marshall E. Smith & Bro. Base Ball Team
l Schedule far This Week
Tues. Shunnlinn at 48th & Hrown. WrH Hi.nri. vu... .i.-... ..
Thur. American Chnln at York, Pa.
SO " i r
Marshall E. Smith & Bro.
724 Chestnut Street
OH BOY! rL- BR CtAD
whom rut 3 Rhino jbt
ori mp hsm aoinc
"t dT nia Mowert
WORTH TAM it rwM Ml
-MA-THtRlt COBa HIS
Ouch! Did Yovses
That rAiTV KICK
HtfANa MC ?
SEES DEMPSEY BOX
Pierre Mallet Watches Jack
Work Out in Atlantic
DOESN'T CONCEAL IDENTITY
Atlantic City, .lune 2.1. Without
knowiuj? that he wan performlnj: before,
the critlenl eye of nn observer from
Oeorjtefl Cnrpentler's camp, Jock Demp
sey perspired through forty inlnuteB of
hag punching nnd boxing in the hangar
back of his camp jesterdny. Dempsey
boxed with light spurring pnrtncrH in
stead of hcnvyvrelghtH to incrcimo his
The obnerver, who paid his way into
entnp, wns Pierre Mullet, clone friend
nnd adviser of Carpcntier uud brother
of Captain Mallet, who wbh In the
Frenchman's pnrty on his arrival in
this country and is with tho challenger
The younger Mallet Is about the same
niro nn Cnrnentler and has been with
him In nil of his Important battlen for
the last ten years, with the exception
of tho contrst with Hattllng Levlnsky
last October. Mallet arrived from
Franco two weeks ago and has been
with Carpcntier since.
Mallet made no attempt to concenl
his Identity, but enme merely to neo for
himself how Dempt-ey shaped up. He
hnd never seen the champion before.
He stood on nn elevated beam In the
old hangar, so he could get a close-up
view of Dempsey over tho heads of the
Mnllor wnu iliilv ImnresHerl with
Dempsey's left hunti, his thin legs and
deep chest. The Frenchman's eye
ml'hfd nothing. He timed every round
of boxing and made mental notes of
Dempsey h training, tho way he whips
over hooks nnd his crafty way of shift
ing, The champion worked out In n
thin shirt and trunks nnd his perfor
mance was impressive.
"What do you think of him?" Mal
let wns asked.
"He'H splendid a macnlficent speci
men of a man." was the reply. "Look
nt his fine thin lees and his deep, won
derful chest. While I naturally think
Carpcntier Is n faster nnd better boxer,
I found thnt Dempsey wns a more shifty
boxer thnn 1 hnd anticipated. He Is by
no mean slow nnd he Is n tremendous
puncher with apparently either hnnd.
"I hnve seen Cnrpeiitier In every im
portant bout. He hns gone Into the
ring many times with heavy odd1
against him. We havo not under
estimated Dempsey, but Carpcntier enn
hit n terrific Mow.
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tions in grey and
brown, white and
brown or plain white.
Sat. N. Phila. at 4th & WlngohociiinR
Guard Bathing Suits
Now bnck to pre-war prices
Pure worsted Jersey $2.00
All-wool fast color pants 2.50
rainless bucklp, web belt .35
Elastic jock strap .75
FLEISHER NINE TO
PLAY NORTH PHILS
Hockonbury Will Oppose
David in Big Twilight
TAMAQUA AT BRIDESBURG
Followers of two of the big cltr semi
pro teams nre nnxlously awaiting to
night's twilight bnsebnll encounter nt
Fourth nnd Wlngnhocklng streets, the
home of the North Phillies, where that
team meets Flelsher. It 1 one of tho
big gntne.i on the Phils' schedule and
the bnnncr crowd of the ncason is ex
pected as Eddie I.usk, mannger of thn
ynrncrs, in nn uptowner.
There promises to be n pitching duel
between mil Hockonbury nnd Rob
David, formerly of tho rhilliu. The
uptowners arc out to win as Flelsher
won a previous contest when their
pitching staff wns considerably weak
ened. At Richmond nnd Orthodox streets,
Hrldesburg crosses bntt with Tamnqun.
Tho ttptowners expect to defeat the
crack up-Hlnte combination with Dot
rich, their now pitching nco from the
Main Lino, on the mound. Tommy
Voir will piny flrnt bnso nnd nlso be
on hnnd to pitch if needed, no de
feated Chester yesterday. 8 to 2. The
fenture of the game was two homers
by Hlght Fielder Kramer, one with the
bnscg filled. Until of Chester's tallicn
were homo runs, but one was ques
tionable. At Chew nnd Pleasant street, Stcn
ton Field Club opposes thn J. & J.
Dobson team. "Liz" Powell will op
pose Victor Kecnc, (ind a pitchers'
bnttlo Is expected.
.Madison Stars nt Sliunahan
This has been a severe week on Shan
nlinn, and .Tim Homier is not decided ns
to whom he will use in tho gnino with
the Mndlson Htnrs, nt Forty-eighth
and lirown streets. Tbo West Pliilly
club played Mnrshnll K. Smith on Tues
day and Flelsher last ovening and to
day's contest is the third hnrd clash
in as many days.
Walter .Tohaniis hns the Cuban Stars
as the attraction for the first of the
Thursday twilight gnines nt Stetson
Hall Park, Fourth nnd Ilerks streets.
Ho will spring Kane, a new pitcher,
on the colored men. Herman Ilactzel
has been engaged to umpire behind tho
bnt at the Stetwin grounds horenftcr.
.Miller Licit ut Hohlfcld
The Hohlfcld HammockcrH tackle
Miller Lock nt Ilroiid street nnd Alle
gheny nvonue. They won n notable
victory over Highland Park of the Main
Line Lcnguo on Tuesday and expect to
add the locksmiths to the number.
Mnckln will in all probability pitch.
Tomorrow evening Hohlfcld will oppose
the Cuban Stars on the bnnie field and
will piny their Industrial League match
Nine straight defeats Is not such a
OUR DAYLIGHTED TAILORING,
SHOP IS A BUSY PLACE
TAKING ORDERS AT
Custom cloths (good cither for business or out-of-doors
wear) that would sell in the average
tailoring shop for $55 to $75.
Our tailors arc making them to the individual
measure of our customers in any style required.
If you have not examined these cloths and
intend to order a suit built to measure you should
call and make comparisons before ordering else
where. WILLIAM H. WANAMAKER
1217-19 Chestnut Street
Money -Saving News!
For a Limited Time We Offer
With Eacli Suit
and worsteds, most
ly short lengths remain
ing from our recent
"choice of the house"
sale. Every suiting ivas a wonderful value at the originfil
price without the extra trousers, now they are acUtauV
double value. Come in, see for yourself, and let our
tailors measure you for a real tailoring bargain.
P. B. WHITE & CO.
TOM MALONEY, manager
808 CHESTNUT ST.
OPEN MONDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS
J'ormerlu 101 South 8th St. H
GET THE INSIDE
direct from camps of
comment, gossip and news by
ROBERT W. MAXWELL
(you know Bob)
daily nnd Jazzy in
line record for tho Pcncovd Iron
but Manager Ogden I temlnld't
bring the club out of the t th
team has been riddled by other C.
clubs and as fnt as good m, L
the attendance has fallen ortconSf
ably, but Ogden Ih going to start .
oyer again. Tonight the 1.!.'''
play Glenslde lender, of tl ?7h f
forPU,,enbel,bUrbnn' U' ft
Today's Local Games
Or&"?tnit,..llrf,,f",'Ur'- R,fh" i
t&i." "l 1l,0n A A" A l
nfirasj." I,cnf0T,, R,d" "-
st&Jr?" "'"" "' mUon- nrth nd Deri,
MiMlfnon Htarn nt Shnnshnn, Fortr .i.i...
nnd lirown ntrretn. "nr-tltlia
Yorkers' K- KmUh nt An"ln Ch.fa.
nni Oxford utrttfn. " HHtK
Northrnst All'Htnrii nt llonnton Pot rk.i
ten ijreniie nd Mnciu s Mrril, c''1,
MHltr U3t nt llohrfeld, llro,i rrrt ...
Allegheny atentir. "ireet nd
Ixtnn A. A. nt Aberfojlri, Ctiiwter.
Joe Jnckijon Field Club, nl .TrtHih Veil
Fmjr-econa nn.1 ntrott nnd WoodjSnJ jj:
-naennu ni tn. (.Irinent't.
Merrlne A. ti. at Krnslni
tlonal. It nnif Clinrtield iitKSi. Km"
Ihinkern nnd Htockbrokrrii' l,dr,iu
Hniltli A.c'o. Mrhm. viSSmuTStt'
Twentr-nlnth nnd Clmrfleld lmt,, C"
v. ?!fnflSn r0,"nl""-"'Inwnrt. Vnaenrtlb,,-
KVffJMi"l!..fTnn?'' -. 1TMH
"l5yn.iiii ru . n. TB. I nNlen
.i(mu.i ritw uiiu irrnn Ejf
NRIIAHnl 1IHHL . . H.. A.
.J.'i nt.'?l.raFJ.A Jm t (hraM.
town, Stentnn Field,
P. IU T. IrfaiciMi II Klerntnl at AllritirM
Twrntr-nlntti nnrl f)omeret utreetn. W
.T. J. Iobon nt St
tenton lltU, (fan
nnn I'lrnsnnt ntrept.
nrldmliiirc, 8j Clienter. 2,
I'iirkel,tiru, t4l DoliMin. 2.
Mt IlrtM., IB Onnnhohocken. fl
tlermnntOTrn. Bi NMlrlty, o.
Flelhr Yam, Oi Slninnhnn, 4.
Mnmhull K. Hmlth, III Hliarple, J,
tWTTIirjlO. At IJOKnn, o.
I, II. 1. J,
f0Ku'-,Uc,1.'J'on','-.1:ll "III". 1.
:it llsrtram Purk, 2.
Westmoreland, lOi tlrx. 4
10i He j.
Ihmklrk A. A., li Murines. 1
Hnlntrhiin Horn' Club. 0i P. O,
nf A.. 01
13t Norfolk Olanta. 8.
Pnrlc Kmirrnua. Ill Klrlln ff. C. 1
AVItdnnail A. A.. Oi To wand t.
Fern Itock. .1 drupe Reformed, t.
Jowlali World, 4 Karwood, 4.
Ijinhdnlr, 1 North PMIlIrs, I,
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