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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHIIjADELPHIA, WftDNESfrAY, JUNE 28, 1022
pTrapshoeters Devise Methods te Maintain Interest of Beginners and Mediocre in Gami
NO REASON FOR
THAT SUPREME MOMENT
Welstmuller te Compete at Brighten
New Yerk, June 28. .Jehn Walminitiller.
the srenteft awlmmer the world nan ever
tetn, liaa cabled trem Honolulu his accept-
unce of an Invitation te cemnetit i (u '
nlr lioel nt Hrlnhten BMch en at? !
July 22. This will mark wi,,0r5i?A"i'te
appearance In thy tarn of ter hi. i,i11S.lW
and rccerd.brcaklnk' tour. "lumpeij
TrteTiAV ibuUTeAM ?sAt wrtvtstv &"w wte had cbsewfi.T
VhPC UP THE EAKW WITH YeuR OUTFIT, ANO YeuR 9&& CSUXta R6U)6R.
SVRAlNSt) AM ANKU AM .BECAUSE THERE WAS NO OWE ELSE .town.
AWAGEa.SBrr bU OUT Te THE mioelp oarem WHICH tdOKCO
AS'BlAS'WWlBYl.YAMlATeYOU AW7 Af ROUCH-
ik YeuleAaT wr nt uw A TRipAMMtn. Jmp yjuu tees eBeMsnl
UKB LEAD - AhtO THE FIRST TttlN YbuWrre LBTOnI c
THOse ions hare uNtRS j i iHreugH yej; Fca AH EjCTRA BASS -
FEATURE THIS YEAR IN
Steney iMcLinn, Association Secretary, Encouraging
Plan te Give Beginners and Mediocre Shots Chances
for Titles and Medals at Grand American
rnHB grand American trnpshoetlng tournament will be held in Atlantic City
X in September this year nnd something new will b tried out. The stunt
is net exactly nn experiment, as it hm been tried in many tourneys, but this
will be the firnt time it has been applied te a big national event. The shooters
will be classified. , , t ,
The shooters will be divided into five rlasses in accordance with their
efflclal averages, and the winner of each class will be known as the champion
of his class in America. This classification championship race is expected te
be one of the big features of the tournament nnd n handsome medal will be
presented te each of the class winners.
In trapshooting, as in all sports, the principal problem is te maintain the
Interest of what Is sometimes referred te as the "never wnser." There Is a
certain class of men who simply cannot climb above 00 per cent that is. 00
eat of 100 tnrgets broken. There also are brglnners constantly entering tiie
tpert. who must be encouraged.
It Is impossible for any man te walk out te the traps and in one month
or one year become a top-netchcr that Is. a man who enn break 0.r or
better, nnd occasionally win an important event. A man always wants te be
ftwarded for Improvement In his sheeting. lie may be a 7." per center who
breaks SO out of 100. And these five tnrgets improvement leek ns big te
the 75 per center as does 100 straight te the 05 per center.
Fer many years all trapshooting events were conducted en what is known
u the "hlgh'gun system." The only man or men rewnnliM nnd honored were
these who were at the top of the heap. This mount that In a 100-target event
Invariably It required 07 r better te win a trophy or n cash prize. It was
possible te go te a large tournament and se'ect one of perhaps a dozen men,
ne or several of whom would walk away with the honors.
It is apparent that there was very little Incentive for the man who
averaged below 00 per cent te attend trapshooting competitions. He became
very tired of finding his name among the "also ranB." True, there was some
dlitance handicap sheeting when an effort was made te equalize the con
testants by yardage handicaps. This placed the top-netchers en the 22 or
23 yard mark, where their scores were pretty certain te be reduced from five
te ten targets.
rBIS did net take care of thn mediocre shot. He remained en the
16-yard mark; lut even in a distance handicap a eerc below 90
put him among the "alie ram " And there are and always will be a
certain class of shooters iche reuld net Ircak 90 or better even if you
steed them en the tropheuse.
Started Classifications in 1914
F' 1014 Geerge S. McCarty. the Eastern zone champion of the American
Trapshooting Association, evolved the idea of classing the shooters. He
prerlded four or five trophies for the Philadelphia Trapshoeters' League, with
the understanding that the contestants were te be placed in classes in accord
ance with their ability. This meant that the chaps of the varying degrees
ability could compete among themselves en virtually nn equal basis. Te
Indicate just hew this works out, leek at th present rules regarding the classi
fication of shooters. When there are 100 and mere contestants at a tourna teurna
a&ent they are classified as fellows :
Class 1 04 per cent and ever.
Class 2 90 per cent and under 04 per cent.
Class 3 SO per cent and under 00 per cent.
Class 4 S2 per cent and under SG per cent.
Class 5 Belew S2 per cent.
Where there are forty (40) contestant's and fewer than ine contestants,
then there are four classes arranged ns follews:
Class 1 03 per cent nnd ever.
Class 2 88 per cent and under 93 per cent.
Class 3 S5 per cent and under SS per cent.
Class 4 Belew S3 per cent.
When there are twenty contestants and fewer than forty contestant thm
there are three classes arranged ns follews:
Class 102 per cent and ever.
Class 2 85 per cent and under 02 per cent.
Class 3 Belew 85 per cent.
When there are fewer than twenty contestants then there are two clases
arranged as fellows : "
Class 100 per cent and erer.
Class 2 Lss than 00 per cent.
i.'?-'!1 Trapshooting Association, by keeping a careful record of a
. 7fi t d,Mr'" e,b0 inffl. Qnd Mng hlm nn efficlal "rage of rating,
?iVffln' 1hV'0,l3llble ' d?uttT sh00tc" la strict accord with their abllltty as
22aS ?... i TSte J! 5nnclened twieti. And this has been the
w J encoura51e the mediocre shooters nnd the beginne-s
vi- ? yuBC wl? trPhl" tournaments who never would have hs.d a
ttlrt'W ")"' :htln Und0r th" hIeh-un "" of reward The
iSTl lJlTT Association does net b n rewarding inefficiency!
W. . f " " .,V -"" """'""' evenrs sneum le filgU gun.
leads a large field at a teurna
traig&t, is entit
nerve entitle him,
V man who
afMlrtf i. .-.7 5l " t0,ur"amnt. wlh Phnps a 00 out of a 100 or a 100
JAW"1 t0 a" the rewnr,h and EU-C""S "h"b i ability and
AT TEE same time there u every reason why nn effort should hr
n made te encourage the S.l per cent shooter who, perhaps, hr the
first time m h,s life, broke 00 te 100. And this u exactly vhut the
Class systcnx does.
High-Gun Men Finally Give In
rTTHE classification of shooters did net linmed.ately become popular following
X its introduction. Th high-gun men ure llkelv te sav "I ,nl te nend
years in learning te break clay targets nnd become a "high gun r the
beginner travel the tnme hard read te s..rrC... nnd they will be urnr,. annrr...
atlve of the success when thev de ln - Hut rtnally. th high-gun nun i,n ,w-
ated that the beginners nnd mediocre ahoet-rs ueuld net S T
channcentenwln " '" a rnmmMeu ln w ,"' h th-r hud net the -latest
k The championship race at the 1022 Grand American In Vtlantic ntv will
be at 200 targets. ix,een yards rise. This is a real te.r nnr u will be The
men who can .rand up under prev,ure ,vl,0 will become he .1 s h Inpi ns of
ri.X.h,A.WM,Ca fnMf'"- ,r lN Pr"dkt""1 rhat Mr McPnrtV- c!a champion
!n futureX.?' " """nnl trapshoet" "rnVnaient, held
JHE classifieat.en champten,h,p has the hearty .., n, ,h
cientTtlTn00!"!,0 A'snlir'"- '' "': J.'..nn. the Pf..
a,Jcee,T,n,nLT, I"' ',' 'V"? "" " rn-r"'-' '""" nkmf
aarehane Upt en the ,ar,eus .hooter, throughout !hr,entrV
STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER
TO PUW FLEISHER NINE
Yarners and Stere Beys Will Clash
In West Phllly Tonight
The ricisher yam baseball ream mi;
invade Wet I'hiladelphin this evMiing
and meet the Strawbriiigi- J Clothier
team for the first tune this scusen.
The downtewners ami West I'iiiia
delphians have iennw tlint are rated
among the tnpneicier. nnd a red het
battle is expected
Manager Truitt "ill use either Griffin
or McMillen en the hill, while I.eftv
Nelan will send Hill ;rieMinl)(r tn tlie
SUSPEND CHARLEY LEONARD
Punished by Boxing Commission for
. Jumping Inte Ring
New Yerk, June 2S The New Yerk '
State Boxing Cemmlsslnn, at Its meet
ing here, took ue action in regard te
the sudden termination of the bout
between Benny Leenard und Jnck Brit-
ten, which was hevere ( rltlcizcd
Commission efflclaln announced that
they were contemplating nn inquiry
Inte the match, which ended m the
thirteenth round with a decision for
Brltteu en n foul delivered by Leenard
While tuklng no action uh fur UN the
principal of the context were con
earned, the comminslen iiuueuiicei tlie
BUSpenslen of Charley Leenard, brother
Of Benny, who acted as one of the light
Wight champion's seconds, for jumping
iate the ring before the referee un un
aeunced his decision.
Thl nffeflfcf It wnu nnlnl.l s.1.1 .... .
""" w ... -, ,v ....v I" '...V, 111,1, I", I"
Htuted a foul under the boxing rules
!$f about the lightweight klng'h dihtiuiill
w" Mttlen even If he had net struck Brit-
Q.l Mflkllj. At... 1..... II .
,31,1 nite ihe iniiir was en UIH UUCCii. I
Kg"', A -- - .. iT . I
-ji.jSbw jnwwai 4wiw wm
Beets and Saddle
Horses winch seem hfM at Lnrenl.i
today are :
First nee- Tnncti , lrlnc Welles,
J.'ii; Uerger, second Montfort Jenes
...... ir-iie w niten. 1'layful Miss;
third I.aleiidre, Cnrilin. Arravun .
feurtl. r.iunmer (larten. First Censul
iniM Offl,.,n. (ifti, rertnin. Drl
ieiiii. eKrezii: ; seventh
Cnntileiei, Lady Lillian
Britten Went Tired After Fast
Gait Leenard Lest
REFEREE MADE MISTAKE
18,851 Pay $130,265.30
Te See Leonard-Britten
Twenty-one thousand fans saw
Benny Leenard foul Jack Britten in
the thirteenth round of their sched
uled fifteen -round bout at the Yclo Ycle Yclo
drenie, New Yerk City, Monday
night. Of this number lS.STil spec
tators were cesh customers and the
gate receipts totaled $130,26T.;10.
The net receipts were $112,502, from
which Leenard drew down 35 per
cent, or $39,375.70, while Brltten's
share was 30 per cent, netting him
$33,750.00. The Government tax of
10 per cent amounted te $13,020.53,
while the State received $5021.15.
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By LOUIS II. JAFFE
NEW YORK fans are nil excited
ever accusations made by several
newspaper writers there that the Brlt-ton-Leonnrd
bout en Monday was an
"out-and-out frame-up," that the
contest wa a repetition of the "fixed
Gans-BrUt" bout. In which it bad
been all pre-arranged for "Brltt te
lese en a foul by striking Gans while
he was en the tloer "
This Britt-Ganx match was held in
San Francisce en October 31. 1004, and
the blew that ended the match ln a
technicality en ncceunt of the foul came
in the twentieth round.
One New Yrrk expert delves fully and
descriptively en the alleged "frame" of
Monday night. He states: "The Gans
Brltt affair was much better staged.
The two managers expect tee much
credulity from their customers. They
ak them te believe that Benny Leon Leen
ard, the coolest tishter in the rinc, le-t
his head. This is strictly improbable,
If J nu will recall hew cool Leenard hns
been under tire. Yeu recollect hew he
acted when he was suddenly dropped
by Richie Mitchell ln the Garden? It
! hard te believe that such a con
summately thoughtful veuns buiness
man would le-e his head."
Personally, the writer can hardlv
understand what benefit could be de'
rived by such n frame-up of which
Leenard and Britten arc lu'lng ac
cused. Te us It appeared a If Brit Brit
eon. the prand old man of bexine. had
slven his nil. hnd cone completely
fntlKued, hastened en by the left punch
te the body by Leenard, and .lack went
down for n rest
There is doubt that Britten would
have regained his equilibrium at the
count of "nine" nnd would have re
sumed bnxlnsr. but two mistakes were
made. Referee Patsv Haley made the
first one by hesitatinc tee long in
starting the count ever the fallen boxer,
and when Leenard lest his head by
lunging after the downed Britten Benn
robbed hlmelf of what looked like a
ure shot clinching of tiie welterweight
Britten. for hi nse despite the
record book. Jack Is closer tu forty
than he i te thirty-live cave a w un
derfill exhibition. He fooled alinnt
every one of the 20.000 there by putting
en consistently nn necrestive battle
Jack often has been painted as the most
remarkable of defensive bexer.s, but
against Leenard he showed even a bet
ter offense. Continually he caused
Leenard te retreat, back up aealnt tin
ropes and sometimes held and held en
Bur nppnrently Britten. severeh
punished enlj i one round th"
eleventh a- unable te co nii.x fur
ther IWiii'c the start of the thirteinth
lie had hci n foundling en his fei r for
two previous ..c-den-i. and it looked ns
If Itntten'- kntes nnd lejjs sne way
While he wi able te keep coins,
there were times when Britten virtualh
eutcla-.sed Ills eleien-year j mincer op
ponent. This might sound nmewh,it
exaggerated, because Leenard is sup
posed te be one of the cleverest mitt
men in the world But Jack nctunllv
made Benny miss time nnd ngain. while
the elder man wus hi far mere micoess.
fui In connect inc with his piiuihe.
The punishment iidmliilt red hv
Brltteu appai-cml) nipped Leenard of
little strength, because Bentij fr.Titinued
along at a -nnpp gait, p-pe'i inllj after
the tentii round, whllu Jlntleii was
beginning te tire, and tire fast
It was nn unfortunate finish te as
clever a bexln; exhibition as Ims been
seen In many moons with a marvel of
the ring net only defeating a veunger.
fresher uiid clever opponent, but also
talunc a fall out of Father Time.
Duncan nnd Mitchell Sail
l.mulen tune US -'if run tiunnan and
At- Mi hli UadmL' Itr tts-h ic fe-. lfi rm
f u'hdnr' ,n t,ir!a te b, . r-1 He unr M,i
Tile Th v j 'an te upvn 1 ihr rnenths In
plavinir evr various teursis in th L'nltiU
Twelve Clubs Expected te Be in
Uptown Circuit for
W. J. WALL IS THE SPONSOR
By PAUL PREP
ANKW baseball league has been
organized in this city.
Fer many years a tleck of kids played
baseball en a let adjoining the Nice
town Pye Works. Westmoreland and
C streets. They played ln their regu
lar street clothes, which efttimes were
ripped and tern when the boys tslid
into the bags.
In the early part of this season W.
J. Wall, president of the Dye Werts,
watched one of thp games. He saw
that the boys needed uniforms, nnd
decided te outfit them. He purchased
suits, balls, bats, gloves, and. in fact,
ever thing necessary for n first-class
Named After Wall
The boys were greatly pleased with
Mr. Wall's generosity, and decided te
name the team after hlm. The H. .T.
Wall Baseball Club placd every team
in the neighborhood, and lets of fun
There are a great many teams up
Allegheny avenue way, and they started
playing each ether. The games were
se geed tlint Jehn Wnndler, famous
soccer nfftclal, becume interested, und
decided te organize a league.
Wnndler's Idea was met with ap
proval en nil sides, and the Allegheny
Avenue Beys' Baseball League was
organized. At the present time eight
teams are in the circuit, but before the
first game Is played, July 8, official"
expect te have a twelve-club circuit.
Bews and Gllsen, spertlnc goods
merchants ln that section of the cltv,
have donated two sets of medals te the
league. Mno set will be presented te
the members of the winning team,
while the plaers en the team finishing
second will get the ether set.
J. I). Lurlght, n jeweler In the same
wclnity. has donated a silver cup,
which will be given the team winning
the League championship.
While no (lennite arangements nave
been made as te where the League
games will be pla.ed, it Is thought
Runs Scored for Week
In Three Big Leagues
S M t wITtTFTsTTl
St. LeiiU... tl 4 0 I j 124
Cincinnati.. 7 7 8 23
Pittsburgh.. 4 4 18 21
Chicago.... 1 fl 7 14
Phillies 2 9 1 12
New Yerk.. 4 ..' tl
Bosten .T 5 :i 11
Brooklyn ... 3 7 10
t'levelnntl . . 3 0 0 18
Chicago 4 9 is
St. LeufH... 5 O 7 12
Athletics... 1 10 1 ii
Bosten 4 0 I ' 10
New Yerk . . J I 6 1 I 0
Detroit ' OJ 51 r
Washington. 21 1 1 2
I HIM :,TTWT FISfTl
Jersey Cliy.'SOl 51 125
Rochester ..10 2 I I 121
Buffalo 5 Si 1 ie
Terente ....i S 5 1 10
Newark .... 8 rt
Baltimore ..' fl ' fl
Syracuse . . . 4 1 1 1 ."
Reading .... 41 0 1 4
FOR KAYWOOD NINE
Downtewners Have Made Re
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BEST CLUB IN YEARS
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this shirt combines these qualities te the maximum.
Marshall E. Smith & Bre.
724 Chestnut Street
See San Francisce
that the contests will be staged en the
diamond"! of the vnrleus recreation cen
ters In that vicinity.
The V. J. Wnll Uaseball Club.
Wemrnth A. A., Prohibition Dry Sex,
Merriwel Rneball Club, Ilurlev Base
ball Club. Tiesn IleightK. Ilardville
Rasebnll Club and the St. Agnes Hiie
ball Club are the members of the new
Challenger of Jehn L. Dies
RxhlBfpert. Conn . June 1 Krrni n Br.
nult who l sn M te time Klven Jehn I.. .Sul
livan h battle with lr flsi(. In thn rtMr of
h hotel her. dld Sunday Heriault was a
purlllst. but worked n a telccrnph line
man I'nllnwInB a quarrel with Jehn I..
Ucrlault battled him In th tnlenn of a local
hotel. Frlends of Sullivan ar cald te hav
Interfered with the Hunt, ut a time when
the blir lineman teemed In be winnlni: It
wrh Bald that Berlault enen tried te urr.ince
a match with Jehn I... but did net huceicd
The Kayvvoed Catholic Club, one et
the leading downtown semi-pre base
ball clubs. 1ms etsablished one of the
be.t records of any of the independent
teams this season.
Since May 10 fourteen snme have
bten played, nnd all have hern returned
ns victories. Many of the IcadinR teams
have been amenc the victim-,. Including
the Filipinos. Haverford PtofesMenals
and Jack nines' Old Timers.
ri f..i.i-..i.. .. i. - . , . . . .. . .
'.in .ii wining, who piayeti iprt iicM'
last year, has elinrjre this season, nndl
'.c is.a.,1.tl'0.r.i,v fe1' ,,,p statement that
the 1!)1'1 eflltlnn iu thn i.n. -...
Ihe club has four pitcher, several
of whom nre stnrs, in O'Xeill. j.rn
Hrennan, Emllv nnd SIpSei-Ipj. IIni
and iJetitfherty are the hnHtttepn.
On the Infield nre llietinan. lirst hase hase
tenkin, second base: 11. t.tiilnn, vhort vhert vhort
Mep. and Mctllinn. third base. In tip
nll.llnl.l - f.. i , '. .... ......
"""""' ! iiiiiiiKin. HMt neiti ; .iiiii
sari, center field, nnd W. Quiun nnd!
.ruT1"' tam p,avs nn ,l"' n0l"p field at
rhlrty-first nnd Oirkiten streets en
Monday nnd Thursday evening nm
Mnnacer MeOlnnls is dcireu. of nr-
rnn(?in- rintnu , Itl. CI, Tin- 1 r,..
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borne in upon you the
thought that you are
experiencing a new and
delightful riding luxury.
Feurs and Sixes
Prieej rangerm $1)65 te $3JQ0,f. 0. i. factory
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Owen te Lead Harvard Nine
CnmtirldRr, Md., June Si. -Oorge Owen,
of Nwien, itar football and herkvy plvr,
ha bn electtd captain of th Harvard 1WU
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waken ene fit te wlthtand the
eai et summer,
Opn periods for BWimmlng, I.es.
ens liy appointment.
Ilntcs for thrrp mentlmi
fpntrul llhl.. 1121 Arch St.
Men, $6.40; Beys, $3.00
North llldif.. 1013 W, Uhlsh Avr.
Went lildc, B2d and Kunaem Sti.
Men and Women, $5
Beys and Girls, 93 ..
PHILADELPHIA NASH MOTOR CO.
Bread Street at Poplar
CAMDEN BRANCH 901 BROADWAY, CAMDEN. N. J.
Yeung men who
arc dressing up
for summer will
be most pleased
with this "Spciml
A "Featherweight" Oxford at $7
as illustrated is worthy of particular
mention. Choice of light brown calf
or patent colt.
Featured Frem Our
White Linen $ Genuine White Sr ' 'TIS
n . ' nV i ; Buckskin O IS A
liread tee Blucher model. IVWm, P,i:u . I FFAT
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With clocks 75c
THE BIG SHOE STORE
'cur Floers With Seating Capacity for 600 MtA,
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1204-06-08 Market Street
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