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! k SrviS- i Sfff' EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PH3XADELPHIA, MONDAY, JUNE 12, 192Z sh&&a 2Z l m U& A T wi W r . j SSMtV BM it".:': ivfS 5, Independent Baseball Teams Start Week With Busy Schedule of Important Twilight Centesg PENN FEATURES IN 54 START PLAY FOR ! ITHIRD LEGION MEET: STATE TITLE TOOAY PROPOSED NEW CITY GOLF LINKS Si'.- W& Larry Brown, Boet3 Lever and i . " . . $$ , pthers Capture Eleven First Places Out of Seventeen vt LOCAL ATHLETES ARE BEST Wallace Jehnsen te Defend Crown in Pennsylvania Ten nis Tourney at Merien FINALS' ON SATURDAY Uxivniis XIA nt HIISITY OF mXXSYLVA- ' Fifty-four iiIiijith will compete te- thlete carried eT the Hen' ,l!1' '' the "r-t round of tlie reimsyl- nhnre of honors in (lie tliiril annual American Lerlen track irwl t,w ; el mi mi pienshlps en Saturday. Of the reven tccn events in which the were permit ted te enter red mid hlne Jrrejeil ath letes finWied first In eleven of them, a , xemarknlile record. I The two-day nffali which tarted en ' Friday with the first crvlee men's track-and-field meet captured by Illicit Herzeg's Third Army Cerps team, and which concluded Saturday with the f legion open and nervice events, ivasj the best of all. Ilnd the track been the proper leneth ' and net twenty yard" -lmrt te the I qvarter-niilc, -evcrnl record would have been broken. The times made In the various events for the real dl-tuncc , were nuch a te lead the veteran fel- . lowers of trick te bellev that several marks would have been lowered. The remarkable record of the Penn ll.li.i... I.. ...... 1 U.. .!. .....I. . .1 ..,... til-. i- ..ii. -iv. I u.. 111.- V1 i n iuict , , r:,!....,..!, I nli.ri.ltv athletes in the field events. Sid Needs ndmund Thaxr. Merlen, vs. T tied his best previous mark In the high cllr- ,,,.,. . Jump by wlnnW the event fro... -cratch ,& fttl&n.',,0B' Mwten- "' with n leap of six feet one inch. Less s w. Pcursun, O.ermantewn. vs ,rtnn n lmlf. limit Intnp 1m k.irfil finitflier. Krench, Mor.en. .M .I...1 ..Ul.. mill 111- -v... -"."I" . .. 11.,,.. ........ .1. Jm n.in1. v .- uuiitiiiifiuii ill , nuini J n. uruue. jr . .Merlen. vania Mate tennis eliiimnienMiin en the courts of the .Merlen Cricket Club, Hnverferd. The llit m.itch will be put en at ."1." this afternoon, l'lay will con tinue throughout the week nml tiie IinuN will be contested en Satuiday. allai'e 1. .lohiiben, the present champion, will play through the tour nnment and there are i-everal ether stii: entries, including Carl Fischer, Stanley l'enr-eii, Ted lMvwirdu. Dr. I'liil II. Hawk. Fills A. (ilmbcl, Jr., and Ro Re land Kvans. The draw for today follews: riitsT hound fir! rirrher v. Paul Eilln-. Overbroelt itu-mel 1het-, Jr , Cricket Cluh. v. ." S T Ktinpnen. W c.httuten. i J t Vnnnenun s winner Tiwer-Themp- , ten inntih. I J)r 1) s Jtinikk, University Cm-Is, vs. Pan. i . ie , Mer'en I Mjnn Liuane. .Misrlen, v, K M. Kd v j i Jj Mum r. I D- r. S llun'nrk. Culllncdalr. The maps show the sites for Micgett. i-lly golf llnlis for which an appropriation of KiOO.flOtl lias hceii rceini mended te Council. The shaded portions indicate the land te be taken ever for the courses at the Tuceny Creek and the Iicagne Island Park grounds WPERKASIE TEAM HAS NOT BEEN DEFEA TED Montgomery County Lead- Today's Independent Games ers Alse Make Geed Rec Rec ord, as Pottsteivn and Ifcjusriartv. Irlckct Club. s n i-hardu, t'l Ivrrslty. H. 11 KnJicett. Merlen, vs. It I son, Cvnvvi1. A n Thajcr. CrlcUet Club, v i ciui, .ienen. C U Jui.s. fnlvfrslty Courtn. s r 11 lUvvk OnMl. i: A uimbc), Jr , rinlment, vs I i iimni in, urten mil. C .- Itn.-er, .Morien, v. n. N. I.inJ reth. L'invvvil I)r J. ii Taj ler, UnUrrtlty WhIIbi'e Jehnsiin. Cnv),l. H I Tutiniill, Oormantevvn, DKiilsen. Merlen. w i I,, i . Jklfleld, va. iiarj, Crlck't v. lub. J 1 K-nnctt ad, Merlen, r.v ins. jicrien. e 11 row oil, Cinvvjd. vs. L S. vs Gcrmantewn. s i T.f first place when he cleared the bar in 1 1 the pole vault nt 11 feet .i inches. ' Tex Ilamer, with a four-feet hand!- cap, heaved the s-het 4(5 feet U inches for n first place in that event, beating out several college stars and a number of local-club luminaries who were re- ' gflrded ns the possible winner of the event. Hese the Bread Juniper Albert Hese, one of the bet bread Jumpers 1'enn has had since the days of Dr. Alvin KraenzMn, captured the jump from scratch with a lean of 'J2 feet 10 inches, in one jump Uee did mnKt: n fiinf KitMnt tlmn In Me irlntiini 4ltmn liltf 1ia tlrl,.Ml flllA.l tlin. V... lin.l ' Idli IlOUr n..1i.i Vi, tJ.Vr l "I """? M""'n v. ui.ivu .,! iubc-uu, ersii (.eurts. In the track events Heets" I.ever t c Leonards. Cjnwid VSm tVln iMilutnnllnn cl.i t.tA U-1- Lin, McflOn T."3 ',:.,"' '.".""h l"".. 'iV ."'". K Coffin. iiani miie spniuer wen tnc isatienai Warrin-r. Merien. Legien and Lecal Legien champion- a. Jlercan ltroekllno. Man ships in the century ami was a member "' Y""i! ?"" of two winning relay teams. He was 'Vy-euant0"n " awarded the IVn and Pencil Club N, Urnmnll, cynwj-d t.i, ,. r., .. ...i,:t, !,.i. ,.i.. ., TuMer match. Aiuiui i'i ifjii; ,11.111, iii.ii 1111.111111. a If frnvl life mcniberslilp w the scribes' club. , teriln. ' Merlen. Lurry Ilrev.n. intercollegiate half- mile champion, in what probably was his last appearance before the home folks, ran a remarkable half mile in the medley and a brilliant quarter in the one-mile event that brought victory te Benjamin Franklin 1'est of the Legien, composed of lied and Blue students and graduates. The great finish of the ex-Penn cap tain in the medley race gave his team a victory by 2u0 yards, while in the inter-State one-mile Legien champion ship he stepped a fast quarter in de feating Fail Dudley, of l?Often Latin Scheel, one of the best 440 men in the Hub. vs, J. U-iltcr. . n. . r.. w. County, L. II Dr S. Phila. Terminal Teams vs. vs. Cynwyd, Courts vs. i.. n r. C Cas- Itelanl It. Dtkei, C. Mills, Unl- C. M. Ilar- Karnhnm II. Hay- A. O. TaMer winner Alkln Alkln Junier Cham- vs. BASEBALL NOTABLES PAY TRIBUTE TO JAMES C. DUNN 'Square Shooter of Baseball' Laid te Rest at Marshalltown, Iowa Marslialltewn, Iowa, June 12. On a cool slope of Itivcrsidc Cemetery, under a bright June sky, the body of James C. Dunn, "bquare shooter of baseball," and beloved owner of the Cleveland American League Ilaseball ! Club, was laid te rest yestcrdnv after neon, wuiie notables stoeil at tile crave l!.v WILLIAM S. DALLAS THF Pcrkaslc team hns added nnet'ier te its list of victories In the Mont Ment Mont cemcrv County Baseball League, mak ing six successive victories, and Dick Smith and his gnne of resular ball nlav- ers loom larger than ever ns champions n.tr?JiT.Tpr of the Pike circuit for the reason of , iiroekiyn' i IH2J. The chnse is going te be n tough Ien, even though IViknMe has a com i manding lend nt this stage of the race. , Conshohocken is starting te be heard I from, and Jim Itenncr will gradunlly ret a geed club together nt Ambler, while Lnndale has already blarted a campaign te retnin its championship. All of which means that the ball players are due te profit immensely nnd some fancy salaries are going te be paid. Six tennis want the champion ship nnd are net afraid te spend menev te gain the title. Baseball is a sport t with them, if net with the players, nnd they are net in the game for the money the team can draw at the gate. Outclassed by Railroaders A perusal of the rcenls shows that the rallrenders nre supreme. Th" Per- I k-isle Club Is none oilier than Dick Smith s Philadelphia Terminal nine, champions of the Pennsylvania Railroad and who also repioeent Pottstown en Sunday. The team, b.v the waj. has a home grounds here, and this evening pln).s the Fleisher Ynrners nr the Dunn. I nn-Armstreng field, at Forty-eighth i nnd Walnut streets. Beh I Livid will .rdmnre nt Ilnrtram Tark, Fifty-fourth slrret nnd Klmwoed avenue, llllia lie nt Norrlstewn IndtpendrnU, Ner. rhttimn, In. I.anilalr. nt North Philadelphia. Fourth nnil incnherklni; .tiTm. IInstcr A. C, nt Knywoed Cathelle Club, Tlilrtj-llrst nml Illrklnsen street. ., I . . M. KerhmUr nt Seuth l'ldladelphla . Ilrnml nml lllilrr trert, IJt HnillierM nt Mmlll. Thirtieth nlreet uml Oeliimbla nvrniu. M. Ilarnabiw at Mcctewn, Tenth and Dul ler strcftii , llnlcli Moter nt HI. Columba, Twenty Twenty leiirth strrt nnd Allc-Kheny avenue. tiriHiier ut, I'lilliKlrlphle Terminal, Forty- MPORTANT GAMES clcnlli anil IVnlntit ntrn.ta riillndelphla ileOrrvri, ON TmiGHT LIST Twe Montgomery Ce. League Teams Here Lansdale at North Phils CONSHY OPPOSES STENTON LOCAL P. G. A. IN TITLE GOLF MEET Members of New Organization Stage First Tourney for Crown at Paoli Links IS 36-HOLE MEDAL TEST THEY teed off in considerable num bers this mernlnif in the first con test for the championship of the Phila delphia Professional Oelfers' Associa tion. A majority of these eligible te play in the environs of this city laid their bags en the first tee nt the Trc dyffrln Country Club out nt Paell. Pa., nnd the BtrugRlc wns expected te be fast and furious ever the thirty-six-hole medal test prepared for the candi dates today. . , , . It's a one-day battle and the first champion of the recently organized as sociation will be crowned at twilight. Besides the mythical laurels and honors te the victor, there is consid erable money and n precious token or two te be had. The main trophy is the Evemxe JAMES L. TEMPLE ,';; CT IOeer Offlce. Miiinulian nt Smith Thirteenth aiMl Jehnsen utrrrU. .iimrrirnn vnain at iiarriSDUrf Uiaets, Itnvnl fllftntft ni MiMitnMith nt iiiiHimur. onslielioeken nt Htenten Field Club, I'lill I.IIciiii unci .viusKnm- streets, drnnnntewn. vii-dln ,. A. nt M.rlns Clt-ihnerfenl. I'l.iltnn at relumlilii Cntliellc Cluh, Frent nml rnrtcr streets. M. j:. Mnllli nt Ilcirllnitten, N. .1. Nnllvlty t Stenehnmi, Flfty-eJchth and Walnut streets. l.irti!e'ne TvIllsht I-earue Union A. A. vh Kellevislilp Club. IViinjlanlu Kallrend Cienernl Office I-iRiie Motive I'ewir vs. Auditor, h. V. T. Ilrnmn'e Lnimie. I'lftloen A Klnt Hat- X Sd iSSn nrrlrdrtlll'IJ'irb'" w" 1,keI' P anin "Sex" Haines nnd McMahon tttnsstsi Fourth ut ' CHieId. ' ; x'.-v.r,r":."i."iiSI'i" rSeJ,,J"u?' "Si"1.1" -netner game which involves a " &... .. ...v-.m..m. ,M .,, .,,, nvi.-iiti irnui lie Ntrivln. turtle Island nrr innl Tjearue Rereir uinntL rA.rAMA... .t.A i. a, iA Inir Millien v. Fert MHTUn, 1:15 F. M.. ? ;.",,'. k V i rl i V ! i "- a,c""" inirue N'jvnd X.t Ynni. Held Club tackles Conshohocken. The inner started the season by losing its first three games, but lias struck its stride nnd is turning back all oppo nents. Mnckey will pitch for Cens'iy. and will be opposed by manager "Liz" I Powell. The Monday evcnlns twilight sched ule for local baseball fans contains many games that present well matched teams in almost every section of the city. Twe members of the Montgomery County League will be seen In nctien. At the North Phillies' field nt Fourth and Wlngehneking .streets, the tip tip tewners mingles with Nick Mann's Lansdale aggregation. Mann hns many new faces in his line-up and en Snturdav they regained their stride and heat Dovlestewn, 7 te 4. Bill Stt entry ;v ill be dc- ' elded nt PhJI-IilIena nnd Musgrove Gossip of Independent ' and Semi-Pre Teams ! POLO TODAY, 4:30 P. M. AT Philadelphia Country Club Bryn Mawr Pole Club 2d Philadelphia Country Club TlxVnta. ltV. ROe. l.00 Tnke rarit Tenller fn ll'wil1ii frV VvteAG Ledeeh Cup, a lame eld-Lng-Ilsh urn, which was en exhibition nt the Taoli clubhouse today. It is a per mnnent trophy te be held for a year by the club whose representative wins the P. (S, A, championship here. Fer his pcrsennl possession a geld medal gees te the winner. There is nlse a silver inctlnl for the runner-up. A fairly large amount of prize money will be well-split tip, lirst money being $75. There nre seven ether smallcd purses. A certain sum has been set wiidc for the first banquet of the new association, which will be held tonight nt the clubhouse out there. Thus nil the entries will share in the prize money one way or another. The awards will be made tonight and n business meeting will be held. After that there will be a general geed time, with dancing, music and things like that. Nearly nil the best professionals of the city leed off this morning In the championship. Such experts as Charlie Heffner, Heb Harnett, .Tnck Sawyer, Hill Leech nnd n dozen ethers, playing well, were followed by off-sheets of the general gallery. rue i rune ertbUBQAT Rifle ! Delaware River Toe Rough 'ft i.i I V ,,rPny event Although four beats wer wui. . the starting line, the Delaware Hi,!. tnim thA aplir1itlA1 ..... .it . " .9 terdnv afternoon, nml t, -i... ssnsLr ! bctter wcet -a r.hLrt ?', W'MUe. t. fewer Delaware off n.ll.""!a ever, the wind kicked up such a tan J. the river that the ltntmrt.. r."i?'..e of the Delaware Iliver Ynclit B.h? Association, which Im.i A.Jll vitiH race, had te take only one glance f !c river te decide that if the AeLSLSfi1 tempted several of the frnll craft .!!! be capsized before the twenty iffl was ever. B " Kepnelly Bates Captain j-enmem. jne., neiiy. or isertn cnesen captain at Dales College, ... .,-.. wapiam ne.. June 12. Jm. w . th faelllnitham, si.,," IK an eutnid(r. The snowy whiteness Knit Union Suits WHITE BALBRIGGAN $1-85 WHITE LISLE of these garments give you a cool and comfortable feelins the moment you set eye en them. And when you wear them, you fin they actually are even mere comfortable than they leek. $2-se Saturday Is mil 5IcKent- (lay. Once """.en inn vvrck-pnd did he hurl th I "lnr arnt-rs te senatlenil win. Five hits were all that Cphrata teuM set and i le a te i mn uarrett hud hi, usual nenur. and paid a last tribute te their friend ...., jt i and leader. flluajn Kims Among baseball .-elehrltles In attend- 1-red Hauier. of Delaware, mn en nncu NNere u, t;. .i0,t0n. prejident of two teams, the ether three members of ,,,. American League; Clark l.iillith, which were Peiiu athletes. (,eerge owner of the Washington Club: .T.ick Meredith. Ld Gill. Beb Mnxam. ) n- .(Jrnney nnd Leslie Nunamnkt-r, Cleve cent Uelch nnd Hay Jack, in addition tan,i players, nnd M. H. Sexten, pres to Brown uml 1 Lever, ran en the three ,(Iwit e tlle x,ltienal Association of relay teams which wen. Miner Leagues. Donald Head wen the one-mile Floral offerings from nil parts of Legien championship for the second 'the leuntrj, which covered the grave successive year beating out a geed and made It a deep mound of delicate field by twenty-five jards, bloom, nttci-tcd te th esteem In which .Tnhnnr llerr n metuSnr nf tlin rplnv tiie ba-ellllll magnate was 1ICKI opivese Bill Barrett en the hill. Hecevds of the Montgomery County League sIkivv that in the t-ix games plaved Perknsle Iris veined 3," runs I against 0 fur ejipimi nt-, or almost four Mmn-t tlielr total. I he team has made .',) hits agnlu"t 2.i for the opposition. i nnd many extra -hate hiiigles were in- cltiilcd. I The tecerds also disclose ihat Per- k.islf plavers haw jiilffred mere than a dozen bases, while every one who h.is tried te steal en Ldilie Ilnlsfm -t'V"''h''', ,e.an' be turned back was Mahin.iy City and It lest at Iirldesbur be eausp Ocne Costnlle had It eatlne out of his liand. Tour hits vvenj Its portion and enn run. vvhlln the hem team scored four runs in the second, whim was enough te win. The North Hil! hid a n-Id div vlih the ivi nr. ti.t Inrersell-Rand. of T'hl IpiburK P.-rrv r.(-lfnder,s rlnjer- made almost as many hits as runs Tin t'hlls wen. 11 te 1. team that went te Kngland after finish ing third te Jimmy Connelly, of Georgetown, in the invitation, ca'iturH the half mile run from a field of twenty from scratch, llerr ran one of the best races of his career winning by a feet in n driving finish. Connelly hud little trouble in winning the mile in his first appearance here Mnce his s-ensatienal battle with Larry Shields In the Legien games. Fer thne laps the Wnshingtenian remained in second position, with Herr out in the , lead. Connelly opened the throttle the last J100 yards nnd wen with ease. i Heb I.egendre, the pentathlon chain- I jrfen nnd intercollegiate bread jump ' ohnmpien. rang alen" with Connelly, nnd two ethers from Washington In the one-mile interstate relay championship. I.egendre ran the first qunit'-r ami finished tecend. Jake DriseeII. inter inter I'ellegiatc t'hninnien in the (juarter was given a drubbing by Fred Ilnrmer in one of the qunrters of the relay. Johnny Oahes Docs Well Jehnnv O.ikes, the S . Jesenh's College star, captured the quarter from ten yards from u t-peedv field. Dewev Kedgers, the former Penn flier, the hcrateh r.ian, could de no better than fifth. West Philadelphia Catholic High. with Frtteve. running a speedy half mile, defeated West Philadelphia in the high school race. Benjamin Franklin Pest was the winner among the Legionaries with 87'j points, followed by the Veemenettes with 1J5, and P.reen MeCrneken, 1 1. Fer the two duvs' of m-ivIm- events, Herzeg's Third At my Cerps scored TJ.'i. Norfolk Naval P.-i had Hi; Philndel jdilu Navj uid, 11'. and 1'ei't Myers, 8. Meadnwbroek led the clubs with Jill, with Shanahnn C. C, M-cend. with JO, and St Jeseph's College, thud. with 11. Of the service men Private Bill Andrews, of the Third Armv Cerps, counted l."i nelnts with Private Den Stevens turning in li, and Captain E. U. Heberts, 11. EVERS' CLAIM FOR SALARY REFUSED BY JUDGE LANDIS In addition te the dozens of floral wreaths from pcr-unnl friends then were tievvers from ever 'till in the American and National Leagues, the ' ' - i- '"'I- I.eigui the Mississippi Vallev league, fieia Judge K. M. I -mi -i i- i( itiii..ssiiiiier of baseball; Mner Kuhler, et Ovclaud, and from the Cleveland police and liie departments. fliirlrw-r X.'uli r'n il ene of It few Sit eri'ij Bim. pt Parkland I' lei'k-il llkn evtri 1-inlnK". with th tetils knotted (it tlie nnd tve out In the ninth l.ut I'lrst I" i. m.m Smith sent tl e fnns home hamiv t 1 1 h n tinrvs.i t-im li Inn . .!.. ..1 J . .. e .fit " ' wittv t .t, h ' Ulll IU1I1U .1. 1-IU-.J been turned bnck. On S.iturdny the STAR STATE ATHLETES IN FINAL COMPETITION TODAY Heroes of Diamond, Gridiron and Track In Last College Test State College, June 12. Heroes of the diamond, gridiron and track will take part in their last lnteicellegiale contest for Penn State today when the final athletic features of commence ment week will be held. These will hi ll hn-ihal game and a tui 1; meet w.th the I'm-er.lt of Pittsburgh. On the Nit any Insebull team, Can tain Cilery, hm luse; Sparks, thltd base; Llgt.lner, left field ; Ludvvlck, cutilier. nnd Melllnzer nnd Dzwllewskl. pili hers, are all members of tin- gra 1 luting class and will receive their liplumns tomorrow. Lightner ale was u star en the football -e.im last fall. BOXERS ON DIAMOND fc&v. tyif mb. Baseball Cernmhslpner Reinstates Catcher Douglass, of Cincinnati Chlcfifie, June 1-. In a decision handed down here, K. M. Iindis, Coinmisslencr of P h ill, refused te 'allow the claim of Johnny I'vers ngainst the Bosten Ameilcnii League Club for BUS season salary. Fvers, the deci sion said, was released by Bosten, and was ashed te go te Jersey City at the pud of the BUS spring training trip. Evcrs inaltitnjned he had been signed i Bosten nnd icturned te his home Ag .. tVmv V Yi. i' AHlde from delay In presentation et .-1fr.4the claim, the commissioner refused te $3lUpw lr heciiiise l, vers rciusui te earn Ju.'xvnat he could el-evvheie and then file ?i4U clalUT mi' tin (iiiiejviu ucivvcn wuai VCclieearneil n"1' the sn'm-y stiiuilnted. On his own npiuietiueii .. . ueug- I'atcucr ter ine rinuiniuiti ,a I Lcnsue Club, wns ictatnici. (ailed te report for the ir . utmnimeuu-iH wuh xiuiiieii, ion wain, ;'becaue ct me tnmiiy Tendler, Stene and Tiplltz In "Cor ners" Game Three local star hovers will partici pate ui .i ''lerners' " liiscball game tills afternoon at Mrawberrv Mansion, wlen the Fight li and Walnut n ts team plavs tliat of Figluli and Vine ftreets. I-w Tendler. Ad Stene-nnd Jee Tip lit, will wear the uniforms of the Flghth and Walnut streets aggregation. Ten d'er, although he N u southpaw In tiie ling, throws with his right, and he will pitch for his nine. 1 rlsie I-gs is manager of the r.ighth and Walnut streets team, and he issued a statement ns follevvH this morning : "We'll sock them bimhees plenty!" Lew Segal and Bebby (liiniiN will be the umpires. Here s t no nne-up: 8TH AND WALNUT new league leaders wen ever Ambler, te 1. This marked the third league victory for Eddie Lennen. who held Ambler te four hits.. Conshohocken took Souder Seuder Souder len Inte camp, 4 te 1, and the recon structed Lansdale team trimmed Doyles town. 7 te 4. A Busy Sunday It was a busy Sunday for the local 'lull teams Tl.ev did cMeedlngly well, .'Hid ab mt ii'ilf ii' tl i- games vveie plaved en feri iin diamonds. Hll'duli- liave'nl te New Yerk and s lit a double-In ,ner with the Fast 1 N vv YerUs, while BrideMiurg juurne.vnl I te Biilt'iiuue and did likewise with th" I ltl.uk Se. I J i J Iiobsen and Splins met the jBushwicks in u twin bill, nnd the weav ers win i- beaten 7 te '1 with Ciransb.ich en the hill, while the Sphns lest 2 te 0. I Chlekle Pnssni opposed Jess Tesreau laud euipitched his opponent, allowing only thrre hits. Frrers lest the gnn.e I for the downtewners. Liz Powell took his Stenton boys te Lancaster mid handed that tentn u nent trimming S te 1. Bebbv Wilsen werkeii for Powell and kept the nine hits hr j allow ejl well scattered xmth Phils Win Tin si ere of the Seuth Phils-Inger-s ill Hand c'nsh at Phillipsburg was 11 te 1 the same total by winch tiie Jer--iv men were bi-nteu here en Satiiulaj b th.- North Phils. Lit liiethei-s were beaten nt Allen- town 1," te 7. but Fe Moter gave j Kl-iiider elden a (ought tussle nt j .lenkintewn and was nesnl out 'J te 1, Fex wen the game with tiie same team en Saturday. Aidmere and Hutch Moter met In n slugging bee, and the Main Liners lini-hcd en top 15 te 11. Viscee and North Phils engaged in n great tliir-teen-inning tussle with the Phils en the sheit end of n 7-fl count. Paterson S Ik Sex again lowered the colors of Chester, this time 111 te 2. while Harry Weber's Media nine jnurneved te Les ter and handed tiie home club its first reverse In eight games. Pottstown continued lis winning streak at the expense of Wilmington 7 ti '. : Mac-key trimmed Melrose 7 te I and Nicetown lest at Fplirata 1) te Jl. Downtown Games The Seuth Philly Hebrews return te their home loam after an absence of a few days and entertain the fans in a game with Shnnahnn Catholic Club. Johnny Castle is n prime favorite In this section and plned there Inst year en his return from the miners. Lefty Llejd will likely draw the hill assign ment, but the pitching choice of mana ger (iettllcb Is undecided ns the team has just come through three hard games in two dns. At Bread and Bigler streets. Bill Uiidelph has the l S. S. n-icliester as an attraction for the Seuth Phils, There was n dnv when lentball and baseball called the Philadelphia Navv Yard when they ran short of n club nnd needed one nt n moment's notice. This Is a thing of the past In football and baseball has stepped Inte the lime llgth this ear. Lieutenant Commander Oulbransen and Athletic Director Zymeski have thirty-one teams playing there In league competition. The U. !. S. Hhawinut nnd 1". S. S. Rochester can held their own with nny of the se-called first class 'ubs nnd instead of being used r. . , . .. i. . iy i, i w u ii.--., in.? urn x nun .,,, , , renntlin win benched af t r h fanned rineite till in these tennis nre new in & Use your FEET ( j E V ; when you walk I ; ' FOOT troubles are limlnaUd I ', I I7V II M ' feet muscle, are strengthened 1 ufj) 1 iL J U 1 br GROUND QR1PPER Shoes. The i IC'a 1ThMi II ttraliht Inside line and flexible WW lVaEtlf shank correct the unnatural twist I m llHtS and rata the arch. I ' ' W N ViHbW you iheuld th ttralcht-fthtad. I VR 4P vlB VLV?r.:z.zi..iuVz.,iL7j: ' VisLc.vaiiw mas ueuw im ihhuui wvik. , ,i . -niMvBBr Try en a pair and walk properly, I ' ! tJegMLy comfortably srtTh your eef. , . Hr FOR ALL THE FAMILY I !; Qreund Qripper I ! ; I SHOES I !5 "ee'ust 1502 Chestnut St. I j 5" Phila., Pa. J ; L. Marshall E. Smith & Bre. 724 Mtri Furnithing (Incorporated) Chestnut Street Mfnf.fi'c Cooe? JieAisVeJeJa,e;syA New Prices OLDFIELD CORD TIRES Manufactured and Guaranteed by Firestone Tire & Rubber Ce. Firestone Slxa Price Tube, 30x3'$ $12.00 $1.75 32x3 V- 17.75 2.00 32x4 22.90 2.40 33x4 24.10 2.SS 32x414 28.30 3.15 33x4'2 28.90 3.20 34x42 29.65 3.25 33x5 35.15 3.85 35x5 36.95 4.00 The Mmnahnn fun who did net nttenl th.- Lesien trames enw a creut extra-lnnlnit Initie at I-ert-eWhth nnd Ilrewn streen wen y Ilnrtram 1'urk. 4 te 8, In thirteen eilnns Three BUccessive elngles cave the victory te Dartram. Jehnnv O'Mnlley nml hi, Frallncer Imvs met Uoben Instead cf Wllmlnlen ns that m was hooked for fve plnces hen-, and for snmn stupid li- runnlne vvieild Blven Dobsen a much closer i-inw The im s te I. la' Ji ne. tne new mils t -nl-a - f r f tl.- flrit twelve hltttrs I""'nk srlmller ted! hi" Q ml.er f'ltv l'rrn i vriulirld.ie i Clnihi r nnd h-vndd th. "tire bm r. a-te-1 il-'ei-t sihaller I Itched ii If and held the W'Ht I'lillndelphliins te ln erratcli hits '-.niil he hud his flncer snllt nnd rHtlred In favor of Itebbv Jtalr The Cjiiker-i nre th b'st travellnir tenm In Penn slvarili uccerdlni; te the managers. dcmiiud Anether downtown icnine is nrrniiKeil by the Celuiiibla Catholic Club at Trout nnd Perter i-treets with l'uiitiin, from Second nnd Clenrlicld street", furnlbh inK the ether purt. Merrill en (lie Deem Merrill will fnrnlnli tlin fnn nt Tliir. The J. X. IJ.irlier nine, of Trenten with ,i ti. tff..,t nn.i fnliimliln nvnmie a the rick of th players of the defunct D'la-1 '" c", ,nrv a"u s.oiumein avenue a warn lllver Leairue took Ardmore Inte camp. I few biff attractions tills week. Tonight 3 te 2 Mnnaircr Spear had Kramer the star M,urty Wolfson has cngaeeil Lit Hroth Hreth Hroth euifielder from Tamaqua. In the line-up for .1,IU he Smith Phlllv ITeliren-B the tlrst tlma and he played sreat ball. Crs. WIUIC tne aeutll 1 lllll.v lICUrCWB 'will be oppef-ed en Thursday. Merrill Anether ratrn-lnnlnir set-te w-Ab settled it 'has u pltchlnB Staff of a quartet of the Menter. Kjeunds when Liz ''ew-li's. poed hiirlers and expects te held its rretee lest a ten-tnnlnjt tussle te Ileckdnle J- . . . .. .1 te 4 The same team vvhn out In nn extra "n wn an 0I 'tN opponents. r i n in a previous sundiv clash Ptnten Lddic Lusk will take St. Iliirnnbas iiuniy I.V.VBUO champion,. and Hutler streets. Ld W elss has one , sweet lutrler in Cnnnenball Carsen, nnd ,5'":"'hsl,7iV,'rieeThVr?"tn a'Me "ri '' 'N his turn te pitch nRnliist the West j-.nl Tiiicned I't iirem'rs in j. .-iii m in- , . .,,,,, .".". ivitminirtnn 'rhi l-vtti-r dn i I'lil aclclnhinn. Ililtcli .Moter, which nun guuirii tne leputiitien as the lishtiiu? motorists, meets St. Columba at Twenty-fourth " " lI-aiiC nml Allnodienv nvpnue. Mnrinffnr llllldnle evened the score with "" ,sl'hi . - t,,Iim never nillts unci Iiiih when Fd f'-ld-n'd nthletes trlur pee,t .,Ver -l Ct7.ner S It am ner ipuiH uiiu iiiih th"w nf Kddie ciettiieh t si The t..n- staKisl mere nintli-lnniiiK rnllies than t.nt market the fifteenth ruccsivR t-nue unv eii,i, jn town and invariably comet irnhlha,rh"tatciynlRn "' trm the rear and wins out. te.n ha, hit satcly ( c-tnnpllul.sti whleh M,n,rIM.d Nativity -t I'elmnhn traveled te mmden city -vndjen Friday night by defeating the up up up iiee'more did n. heiie-run win for the j-r- 0vvrcrs, plnvs e return (tame nt Fifty 'u',n TureVJpJiUu .lihtl. and Walnut streets and is pre- "n.le.l h te 7 111 favor of Camden City, when pared te show thnt the victerV was net thr- runs, were scored In thy ninth Tem . ,i , nature of n fluke. Ardmore will ah!...1- CC,Uml"1 h'" 'l C0UI1 "" the opponent of liartra... 1'ark at , Tift) -eighth and Elmwood avenue. The Sonth I'lill nmd n dpert ..rrvirt I ' te even-one n substantial lead In the Kruno -r-r.nl. Tlt villi Tninaeiua i"it in.- "',, J , ' iNaanie vvaijiw.i. . .mn u-iv Tune 12. Hellchlre Kashle 30x314 Oldfield Fabric Tirei. $8.25 Get our prices en Firestone, Goodyear, U. S,, Goedrich Tires. Mail and Phene Orders Promptly Filled VCJJiJS 1824-26 . JVEiilVl MARKET ST. "" AA ', ::. :;' :: i schedule.! a r"Ti- 1 ere rnr ine s-im. nmi iili .1 ft J Dibsen Uninev- f.inned nine I e the visitors and kept tnelr en-lit hit 1 matfred Teridh r p. Hter H Kiv'er 2I floldle S3 Alble 3ti Tiplltz, If. jieeJirr. cf rrlsre I.eirs, rf. Davie, utility. RTH AND VINn T'i - r le!;, c M.ilr p. Su- nl-i ll. .Maxl. 2h. He-n ss. J cv,h n. 3h. I c-ihn. If tlin I erir, cf. llunkle rf. Suzanne Retains French Hard-Court Net Honors Paris, .lime 112. Uy A. P.) Siinnne Leugleu leinains the sin Kles, deiib'es and mix I donh' denh' donh' chiimplen of France nt hard court tennis. She retained her Miigle-j tile imiiiiii-t Hie i ha lciu i, ,lii. tJeldiir,', en Saturday. Vesteida.v she wen the mixed doubles with M ISrugnnu from .Mine, (Jeldlug nnd M. lloretra, 0-0, 0-0, nnd, with Mine, l'igueren, took the women's eleHblea from i the chaUnnters. Mile. Sunday Independent Scores ' Mnrrlvv.-'l fi Keen Kutter I Tu'.p-heek'-n Ileds 10 I'mtls C C . 0. llr'.wn A Hell. v. I! .Morten A .' , 1. Hen N-w Verk. 7 11 llel ile fl IMlilnle ' Kast N-v. A.irk O. I"nk Compan. 11 MciImvv1, All-Stars, De Train hand 1 Old Tlnnrs. n ir lme " IS Ha"h Moter 1 1 KenslnRtun H I'erlv i Bbtli Ward, fl. I'n Hr-r.re Htm k S x I llrldshurK. '1 Hr d- .bur-- 'I luiilmer. II k He):, 7. Wi.iMri.-hnu" '.'1 ll"i ism l'erk 10 st ltnpl.iw S Ontr.U V ,M II A . 7. Tlnlcum A . . W t I'liiladelphld TrKitlers 2 Hrewn & lln'lev 3 Hr dcevlew, 1. I'atersen HI'r. 'JX, 10 Th sier 2 ll.iverfurd 'refis enrfU li Tist .IIS, 3, Hr'stel found! 7 Trl Council, fi, Pees All-Surs 3. Aelbeume A. A . 1. V Bi-ese, 7, North I'hlls r, (13 Innlncs). North 1'enn, (I, Chestnut MM, -I. I'eumld A C 1": nmlniiten A. C, 0. lh te I.Uv II, 1'rlhum, 2 I'nlham Silk nix. 0 Philadelphia Ileyal Itenters s (It Intilni'sl Alk-itewn 1." Lit llrethers, 7 tdeil a Jaseer 2. 1'hlliidelph1 1 I'n feslena'. 2 1'nrrners I'.e-t A A Ti i;venrK 1 eduer. '. mei-Ii l b ' .'i Arc"-r A 10. Kin jelei-We-ldi n 2 I'ex Mnrote, 1, Imi m ml ' I' 11 vi ,1 u,v a, l., 2, i h Htnut If .1 lb .Mii:inlc, 2 Hi I rata ti Nil limn .1 (until l"n il 11 Incersiill.ltntid, 1. Ii'iks A ' li Al' - ii . 2. I r t n S I an' -istrl 1. He I Haven il, Anijo-a, I .siHw.ir Club .'. Wt-at 1'hlludelphla, ,Mf?en''lIel;hl t.1, Morten, 8. i...unit.i. 12 Parkland, a Colonial Ice Ciesm. 14. Triangle II. C, 1 r.nterprlse. 4 Hunsnlna, J. nnahuilrk. Tt J. b. 1. Pobsen. U. 1 eerOBs the plate in tni- niuui uv hi- uivn- lewneri were net suinciem vu mj- iest s ti) H. The locals eutlilt tlie vlstnrs. 17 tu 10. Tnhnnr Iten elKnalUeil his appointment ns manager of Vex Moter 1'Y.nn H-te D victory e",r Klauder-Welden Pitcher Pulch de-, served te win by an even better score, n lie held the Jenkintewnem te six hits, while I his tesmmntes imunimi "u'1.'!;""-"1 jinn HKer Re.i starrivl at Ixvt with three hits, and the eatchlnir of Hughes was nlse a feature narner Sehaefer nnd hi, Olrard Ileld r-lub iMiys dropped nnthe.r by n alnsle run This tlme It was Forty-eighth that beat th Travelers 4 te 3 Oerman wan wild and his nlne bases en halls proved his undelrir I'lve lilts veere the total made In tre name lwtween St Ilnrnabas .ind Hulincvlll.- Tin rtalnts ninnaiced te Ket but two nnd p ihey scored a .1 to-e victory ever th!) vlnlters llntch Moter had Merrill beaten had the came ended In the elehth. but In a fin il Innlnif rally Marty V.'nlfsnn e athlete sn-,t two tuns across and eenred u 0-ln-8 trlump't. A douhle by Chief Mers wis Hit- deciding factor. RESUME POLO TODAY , Philadelphia C. C. and Bryn Mawr Play for Woedcreat Cup Po'e will p resumed this nftcrnoen nt the I'hilndclphla Country Club, when the l.ome tenm meets llryn Mnwr i-ec-end, It will be the first mntch of the series for the Woedcrcst Cup "I'l folded tro tre tro phle'i presented by A. .1. Drcxel 1'aiit. v ii 'nvr . picked ns u member of Japan's Davis Cup Hum tnis enr " " "i . " fnuli.d wen the Hrei.klyn lawn trnnl, rhany plot ship. Kashle defeated I'redeilck C. An demon In Jho final In straight sets. 0-2. d-3 B-3. APPERSON MOTOR CARS it Runs Scored for Week in Three Big Leagues NATIONAL LEAGUE " Si M T Wl T I Ffsfl'l New Ynrli.. 51 mill : : 3.' HohIeii 7 "n 1 7 1 27 IMtlslmrnli..1 7 S 0 2-1 ItroehlMi ..14 2 21 2 11123 Clnilnimti.. 51 7 1 2 31 ClilciiBO ....' 0 ' 5l -1 Ollll St. Leuis ..; 0 2 21 5 -1 5 18 I'hlllles 1 ' 01 51 ! II 0 AMEUICAN LEAGUE SlldVfTW T FISlTl New Yerk.. 81 01 7 en-17 Detroit.. .. tt 14 0 7 8 3 80 Chicago .... 2 3 7 2 10 10 34 St. Leuis . . 3 5 5 8 5 20 Athletics ... 3 1 2 0 10 3 25 lliwten .... 2 8 7 7 1 5 25 Cleveland . . 14 I) 8 1 0 23 Washington. 1 I 3 '. (I 4 23 INTKItNATlOXAL LEAGUE H Ml T W T V Texas Club Buys Bill Bailey Wichita FjlU.Tex.. June 12, Walter Halm '!.... h. tneni Texas Isue club. nn. "'"""S' .... 'VTii;. ih. nnrch.su of Pitcher neuil-'. .."-. LTsliiil. M.tinn. i. nui uaiiey "'',,?.-?.. KiiiiVr'Sil Baltimore Iterhestcr Terente . . . Heading . . , I nj r . . . 1 Jersey City, BuVale .... . cNsWaXt .... I -I 2 71 (I ,li 4t: 8 14 3 7 7 11 el TT7 A.LL that manufacturing skill and experience can build into a meter car te insure dependable and luxurious, transportation at low operating cost, you will find in an Apperson Beverly model. Every important chassis unit meter, radiator,clutch,steeringgear,transmissien, rear axle is designed and preducedin the Kokomo works. Ne Apperson owner's safety or satisfaction has ever been intrust ed te anyone but an Apperson mechanic. . r ... Seven distinctive body types. The Beverly Sedan, seating seven passen gers, matches Apperson pewerwith appiepriate comfort and beauty. Prices range from J2620 te $3695 at Kokomo, Indiana. Excise tax is extra. 1 APPERSON BROS. AUTOMOBILE CO., KOKOMO, IND. APPERSON MOTORS OF PENNA. Direct Factory Branch S. W. Cor. Bread and Race Streets Lacujt 567 T EIGHT WITH L J G JIT Y LESS P JUTS' 11 EriWtaM!9iM 'prnmmwh ltushwlek. 21 flptias, 0. I BaikV vim ' e ln ia'"5.,' SiuVint lt ae.HWI.WW. :'.?.!li.0.UhL TST- Hawr.sawMwui me- JffiX&fan. Ui of "hi Hiiwtmt cius m4 n dE ?A "'. V !' baWi'itt.1illi'ru-v ;-A-- -' ii im i iWi i &.v.!jtet&i!, 'tetdzmdiM 7. e'aiiiiiiiiiiHL..t.k' ,l fr j 1 - i titilXjk&8U& Jle'L? 'ldAM, XA-Vlft&" 7 '