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kvkvjt! ' v wt t sW?iSfWW? tW;i i, .'j'jris. (W ft p: t Pitem Vif-W tm EVEINGf PUBLIC LEDER-ipHlCAIELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, ' JU&E 28, 1922' Yi f" t mm ftffl i WW fey Kepner, of Bridesburg, Leads Lecal Independent Hurlers With Nine Successive Victeriel Hew Dees It Strike Yeu? Revival of P. B. A: Teamwork en Water Irish Games Trials By THE OBSERVER 1E0KGK CAItTWUIGlIT lins been president of the l'lilladclpliln llnscball G Association only n few dns nnd already he lias pieud himself a uertly MMtHur le Heward M. Donetnn. Whnt the aFseclat ion needed was n business v .c.nt rxppiithr. Thcc huallllcatlens are einbed tflcUnt cxeeiithe. . The Hret official f mnn and a competent and embodied in the new president. net of Mr. Carlw right has impi cwd the sober and clear- minded incmberH of the acsoclatien. IIIh idea is te lime uvstrenR, nelld or nnlintien founded en utreng and slntere t,ltilj. The fiN mec ' t,ic ncw executhe was te snpend tuent.-sW clubs hoc nceemits nie in arrears The iue"tlen of RUiirantces then was dlnrussed at the meeting and the wcs,fnt MipRestrd that a epy of all bookings be sent te the xreiclnr, TMs will enable the beard te decide fairly en Acr.x argument. The facts jM be en the Mis of the assotlutlen and there can be no chance for dls- Mr. Cartw right has Mieun that the astoelntlen. If pieperly managed, (in dominate twilight baseball te the best lnteiest of the dubs, the xpectaters md the gnnie. 'Jhc new president Is aggresiic. He is going nfter additional member') li no wcaK-knccd fashion, lie has something teal te hell. " WITH nil) Tllden ttll In America, "Kahe" Norten's chances of lining tlie Wimbledon title lme seared. The brilliant Seuth .African Is one of the most premising of all ltrltisli plajers. record en i utrr Itnltnu ' Only One Middle Oarsman Will Return ' TUB great Navy rowing machine which swept te the billllant I . ... -.. -! I--. -.111 ..- 1 ... .1, . X the IIuumhi .iiununj win no iuiikit innsier cencgians en ii the enl Middle who will return te the academy net enr. The shell bus been completely riddled by giaduutien. Seen iiihMiipmcn, Stroke Trnwle, Captain King, Sanborn, Johnsten, Gallagher, Lee and llig !ns, nnd the ceaih, Dick Mention, hac made their last effort te push the bow of a Xnj shell ever the finishing line te Welerj. The race marked the end of many brilliant cjieers nt the academy. Clyde King, football star and crew captain; Sanborn, Johnsten and (I'ullagher, ill rowed en the cbnmplenthip Oljmplc team and Glcnden has been the coach for twenty-one cnrs. It was a magnificent llnalc te the spatkllng career of the u'leun coach, who hns resigned te nccept a position with another institution. Hewing is one game which tests the limit of a pertMnan. There U Utttle Individual glory nttuthed te the sport, und the spectator from the bank met notice If Ne. y or any one Is putttlng his whole strength' in his stroke or depending en the pull of his mate. The training season Is long and tedious, the luces few and individual flery lrtuall nil. Hewing is n hard game, but it makes for (.haunter. It te.nhes the great lessen of teamwork, valuable in sports or out. THK Cardinals have been mere than unfortunate with their catchers this ear. richlcs Dllhecfcr died before the season opened nnd new ('lemons is out with n broken bone in his rlsht hand. Alnsinlth is tlie only experienced backstop remaining. Irish Athletes New Have Clinnte TIIERK are n number of geed Irish American athletes In this eltj. and Philadelphia should be well represented en the team which will be sent te the Kmerald Isle te compete In the Irish Ol.vmplis. Tr.vetits will he held in New Yerk from Jul 10 te Jul 10. Three men will be selected for cadi event. Twe of these will compete. lSc-liles ciiallfing In nbllltj, the athletes must also qualify In anecstiv. Re contestants de net have te be of liish birth, but thej' cannot point my further back en the faniilj tree thnn grundpnients te prove the red bleed of Erin flews In their arteries. Hie games are the hVt of their kind and the planning te muke It nn annual affair. Hie trials already have attracted wide attention and the prtpnrotieas presuge a successful jeurnev across the Atlantic. MORVICH STARTS EAST; NEXT RACE ON JULY 6 Erstwhile Wonder Herse Will Rest for About a Week Cincinnati, June JS. Meivleh, lnt of the I'astein horses that Kin in flic mntuck.v special lace last Safurdnv. was shipped lnl te New YeikxeMii" In and will be given a xheit lest he lm e lie Is tailed upon te fill his Eastern track engagements, the tlist of vvlilch will be in the Uvvjer Mtnkes at Aitiu duct mi Thursday. July 0. Ol.vnipus, stablemnte of WliNknnajr, winner of the spednl, remained at l.ateiiia and, with Hroemster, will rep tisent the Many I'a.vnu Whltnrv stables in the I.iitenlu Derby, te be ruii en Sattndav of this week. 'I his nice is nt a mile nnd n hulf. and te it ilie Kentuekj Jeckej Club hns added 815,000. lScldes the Whitney pair the field this j ear probably will Include lh. bedaux, which ran a Kensntlenal sif. end te Whlsknwny in the special; Jehn I'lnn. which run third te Morvich, ami bet Mevie In the Kentucky Uerbj , and i:. It. I!iadle.v's Ily Cesh. NASHVILLE REINSTATED Philadelphia Baseball Association Restores First of 26 Clubs The Nashville tilants hnvc been re instated in the Philadelphia ltasebnll KEPNER HAS FINE PITCHING RECORD Bridesburg Hurler Turns In His Ninth Straight in Defeat ing Cressona FLEISHER WINS AGAIN Five Leading Batsmen in Each Majer League NATIONAL I.KOtJK (I. A. II. It. II. Itnrnnbr. HI. Ils 01 2JJ BJ B (Irlniffi, lilniBO . . 45 ir.H 17 B7 Smith, S(. mils (10 310 III 74 Kflh. Nrw erk.. (II 240 a 4 lllKlife, l'llthhtlCKll 07 23R 41 00 AAiMticAN m:eije (I. A. II. It. II. SUIrr. Ht. l.enl. (lf 2M (IH lit llrllmnnn, llrtrnlt (li 530 BO 1)0 Hiienkrr, ClMdiincI n7 208 te 7H win. Nr irk n tee :u n O'Nrlll. tlcirliind. SO 171 13 (II rtvl .404 .1(11 .'(Vi ,.r,e .3111 r.r. .410 .31 .37 .374 .301 te L McKentv wns master of the ! sanatien at an stages, and in eniy one session did Dick Smith's Montgomery County League champions tUrentcn. Hill Hnrrett was the star with the stick, getfinc a pair of homers. 'Ills flit (nine In the third with no one en. nnd his second in the seventh with Ilalph Padgett en the pathwavs. Clar ence Pickup, with thirteen pu touts, starred for Tcrminnl. Stftiten Field Club paid a return visit le I, it Uiethers and the Mount Airy lnds found soft picking In the slants of "Lefts" Auld. He was nicked for six teen hits ami Stctiten wen nn easy vie vie ten. Ill te 1. After Auld wns chased eaily eung ( iillcn wns clven a chance Tiny Kepner, one of Hilly Whitman's Inn ling nce, turnn! In his ninth straight 'victory for Bridesburg lat night when the iptnw tiers took the mensurc of the Ciesnna Tigers nt Itlohmend nnd Orthodox streets. 7 te 1. Kepner Is regnrded b many ns the lct pifchcr in the dry and fnns have won dered that the big league scouts have net snatched him bv this time. He held the invaders te six lilts, nn two of which came in one inning. On the ether hand the home platers wete,,,,, j, ,,, IJeljb w , the linitllitrv tltn tftfi Inrtu F llntllinii u frm ' t ,. . ...... mauling the effcilngs of Mnjthews for touiteen swats, iioetiy nice leu tviiu AsHdrlllflnn. f n rnmlliiv tlint tlinf Imrl I UireP, IllClltll ItlB 0 Hair Of (lOtlllles. been dropped along with twenty-live hltninn introduced it new shortstop ethers, Manager Williams made a i "' IU"kcv. formerly vv ith American cpilck trip te headquarters and settle- , iialn, nnd who was purchased yesfcr ment wns seen made. ' j lnv. Hridesburg en Slendnj paid n "I guess tne nssoclntlen means httsi- tisit te Yerk and handed the Aeces a ness new." Was the mnnaccr's ictert I -te-1 icvere te secretary Litrr.v Semtner. He was I 'he hill. assuted that his version was correct. Hill McKcnty tinned bark Phlladel- It Is snld thnt many ether teams will Phln Terminal nt Twentv -sixth und fellow In the Nashville team's feet- Heed stieels, nnd thp tallreuileus wete steps. 'the victims of the 1'leMier ynrncrs. e box for Stcnten und jlelded but threb hits. Westlnsheuse also paid a return tlslt te Shanahnn for the Sunday game at Ksslngten, and Jehun.v Castle's nth lctes mere than made amends for the leversp en that occasion. The Wet I'll! ImlplttlllnriM tri'lltiil llm "Itnitln with tJcne Costelle en ' Flashes' lather leunh and the finnl ' store was 11 te -. Yarnnll was socked for seven tuns in the first nnd thrcn In the scrotal, und then he retited In favor of Diirne.v. Al Mac tie went nil the way for Shiinahan. committee in charge Is prellmlnai W i: are living In an age of baseball miracles. Meth the Athletics and the Miillles are out of last plaie and here It Is June 28. Scraps About Scrappers rfntl hexcl jHtk Pern n tlra. If.. maraKf'l b Uet TedJ eC "Mclvefurert. audi Heuia llku le ceme te I'hlladelphU ler1 Louts. , i I Tim Dreiiej. ( Lancaster hnq hn ' mnuh'd t'J Jen Knned te take hi lvte 'Hartley nt I.eul 111". K net Merula I night in .1 scheduled lm 1 j rounder This I will ha their fourth mtettnir The fellow InB Mendaj t)rune- inn tuckle Johnny 1 1II I man nt Housten T.x Mike hrrdrll, who showed well In a reient twut with Plet Hebln. will meet Johnnj Hauba In th star Imut of cluht rounds at the Celumbli A C. next 'Monday night Herm-in llindln Is nettlnB toscther the re minder of his program und exp-ctn te an an ncjnce h-5 entire .stieu In a day ur se Danm rduards, Nepre bintamwekht I ..,,,., fhtmrlen "he has boxed Mlditet .Smith Ilej . .Inrk rerrj, or this ltv. 0t a ten-round. Jloere anil Abe Krlcdmiin will make hlu I n-feree's decision te Danny KdwnrdM the tint nppeur incs In Philadelphia when he , colored bantam, nt VVoenoi.ket last Satur-1 mta Kid Heets at the .National tonight 'dn Perrv wan rematched te mm Tirrj The will ru en In nti eight round bout IJfaitin. cf PruUdonce Jul 14 nivuKsiv .ituuitj -. jdi.K iiennun la the i I'en't XUller lin leuncUi Inte fettle rer hlafrH(.as tonienow night nt the Dixie I rheatrw In Manajunk with Jwkie Clark, 'Dure ure tj U; fcur ntlifi matches en the card us foiled Vumi Hedgers s (lunbeit s,mt ivtc Item s Johnn Hums t.n MrOinern VH V'UliK Tein SharL.i nn.i ! Dlxla Holljweod s Vhlte .McOeerti Km. 'mini Halt unit r.im a i.-i.i Cotten Kid He.he v Jee Urewn and bailer Epag Al Williams The Gilbert Exposition Is Headed This Way! ,Tiii THE A.C. iS w Coast PF AL TOYS FORREALB ;T(0)f Zcss SfefeS Stonehurst secured levenge en the Seuth 1'hlls by Invading Hhctallne Turk and winning ever the dowutewnerN, 1 te 1. While the vNlteis only bectitetl, filx hltH, live pltdicrH were lined In the box, but they could net hull the iJclit-l vwuc County nine. ItobliiHen held tk I'iiI.k te four IiIIh, Ditching for Hteiw hurst. v3 rt JULY 1ST, 3D & 4TH at 32d and Market Streets West Side of West Philadelphia Station, Crane Siding of Penna. Railroad. Car epen te the public 3:30 te 5:30 and 7:30 te 9:00 P. M. Will Be Here Get Your Free Tickets New! Fer the marvelous Private Car exhibition of the famous Erecter and all the ether Wonderful Gilbert Toys see the fascinating array of operating models never before shown hear concerts en the marvelous wireless tele phone. It's all free. Brought te this city at tremendous cost. The only thing of its kind. Never before have you been given such an opportunity. Don't Miss it! HERE THREE DAYS ONLY GET YOUR FREE TICKETS FROM THESE DEALERS: r.Fe. n. r,VAsi MMitKi, nneTiirits, II. IIARTVI.W A SONS LIT lilcOTlll.KS N. SVKM.r.MU KG A TO. niMI.UMXN HMtDVVAKi; te. 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