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V ir f '1 i 1 h SIR. m ' v8i e Haiiser, OOUSH TRADE TALK wmZr rzr ;;; iMrruu ii inn, buu B Y ALLCONCERNED flanks Would Be Wrecked r Mays, While White Sex SchalkHauscr XTfYriiiNO te it. Seme one liml tee ' IN !n vnrn. It's tee foolish te even ennni- Af thp Clilrncn White Sex. Cleveland cenrertilnit n Unde between tlie Itascballdem was etnrtlcd yesterday by 1 Ward, of the Yankees, were te be traded j Btrunk nnd an unnamed player, Mild te bundle of rnsli. " r. 1.. ...., I-...,,,, .,11 ,.,nnrM,,it llllt ! HUM I. T Wlim ,.,,,,, till 'tiimiixn, ..... . .. .. by (llensen. IIiikUiii. iiinmiKt'i' of the Yanks, railed tt "ridiculous nnd Barlew the liiisliiess mnnnccr of the club, termed it "silly." , Frem our point of view nil that the three of the officials have said 1 true. 'Until today is the highest paid Imllplacr In baseball. His contract would Jiut about break any ordinary dub in the lenRUe. the Ynnkees alone being rated ns the enlv rliih that can keen un the expense of holding the biltlli' person. Te trs'de Until 1IA11C Ill'Tll If f BTt. fensive. Uuth is the blggcM drawing card In the history of baseball. The way the turnstiles click when the liamblne is in any town is music te the ears of the magnates. Uuth is a bjwerd with the eiingster en the street and the WeH rablil gien-up in the bleachers His fame was never better dcmenstiated than in the recent series between the Athletics and the Yanks here, when the crowd waited until he went te bat In the ninth Inning of the second game of a double-header te see what he would de. Immediately after Uuth hatted without waiting te see what the ther Yanks or the Athletics would de. they Med out of the park. " IF THE Vim. afftiul te tunic Ituth alone for Cellins. 8 trunk and a bundle of iiieiui mi tilit he taken tnieuly. hut te add te the home-run star Wind, it jiiemiiinri second husemun, and cither Mays or lleyt, tire of the lent hintrrs in the American League, is ten much. Cellins Still a Big Star TIIICUK Is n story going the rounds that next year may see Kdwnrd Trow bridge Cellins managing the White Sex, provided, of course, that Glenson tn net retained. Kddle is one of tb brainiest players in the game today, nnd a credit te It. He p!as his hardest at all times, is a finished fielder nnd a dangerous hitter. He would greatly strengthen the Yankee Inner works. There is little likelihood of Strunk going te the Yankees, except as a pinch hitter and extra outfielder. The Unnereh citizen lias seen his best days, Is no longer as fleet of feet as in days of yore, and Is net the best bitter sitting en the bench tedn. Hewevr, he Is a uiluablc man te any team nnd probably Will remain In the big league several mere seasons. Te trade Seh.ilk, who lias had much te de with the wonderful showing of the White Sex the last month, would just about cause u conniption en the part of the fans in Chicago. SchalU is a great favorite In the Windy City nnd. like Cellins, is possessed of a nimble brain. Ills handling of Uobertsen and Leverette has made the jeungsters very successful hurlers. If he should forsake the Sex bis going would leavp Oleasen with one 'catcher of middle ability, Yurjan, who has yet te win bis spurs in the big hew. JfVEHY year the rumor mart comes through rith sensational tradintj stories that get the players and fani all excited, hut that die in )ic telling. Thii latest is the meit impeviillc of all, though it may go through icith Uuth and Schalk entirely out of it. Hauser Is Winning His Spurs JOSKPni'S IIAl'SKU, Cennie Mack's jetithful first baseman, is giving premise te all that was said of him when he first came te town. Yesterday Jee proved his swatting ability b getting a home run, double and single in four trips te the platter. His homer was of the healthy variety, elenrlne the fence In right field ly- mnny feet. Ills double was n hard smash down the left-field foul line that would have been u double in any league, ills single was tugged a hit from the time the pellet collided with the bat. In addition te hammering the pill, .Tee Is playing n brilliant game at first, scooping up throws that make the fans think of Stuffy Mclnnis. With thp remainder of this season in which te gain some polish, Hauser heuld be a sensation next ear. He has all the ear marks of n savage hitter, lie can field with the best, and has shown real brains around the initial corner. llauser's homer gave the Athletics the run neces sary te break the tie that existed for several innings. Then came nleng Chick (ialleway, who, it might be said, 1b also pushing his way toward stardom, with another home-run clout that put the game In the cooler. Slim Harris was able te score from second en the four-ply het without unduly exerting himself. " The victory was the third out of the five-game scrips for the Muckmen, a feat, when It is considered that the Sex were en the crest of n winning streak when thev breezed into this town. Slim Harris hurled one of bis few geed games of the year, holding the Sex te seven hits, well scattered. He was ably assisted by his mates, wliq fielded faultlessly behind him. Slim made the enlj misciie en our side when he heaved the ball into center field en a puny bunt. While the Mnckmen were making the fans glad the Thillics dropped their fourth straight game te the Ueds, and jenly through the kindness of the Hraves, who obliged by losing again, did they fall te keep from going nuirer te the ccllur. Uing. Singleton nnd I'inte were roughly handled by the Meranmen. who pounded out thirteen hits. The Phils hit Keek and (Jllleaple hard, getting the aame number of hits as the UeiU. but fulling te bunch them us well. Fletcher, with three safeties, led the I'hll attnik. 4 ',' fpllE lait HYifmi tup of the Phillies pushed them into the cellar ',' 1 and it loeki thuunh the pieient one is destined te de the same, v Four receisci out of the fint fin (fiuiry teas entirely unexpected after ?, the (ii cat stand ugaimt the Western teams made at llraad and i. Huntingdon itirits. Hornsby Should Break Recerd Rc OGEU HOUNSIIY made his twenty seventh inning and, like most of were en the base paths when Hornsby sent the horsehide out of the let, giving tli& Cards enough runs te Insure victory. K The brilliant Cardinal inlielder is having bis best yenr since his enrrer 8& . m,r,l'na linilKSIIV Z3i tfjA f.Mj- tancreft made n qu fjS'J1 mer. Hollingswor lK..'jJ- mer. Hoilingswerin, Hamilton aim Ejsf- . . '(1 the Pirates bufe all the way. Max M&, ,,' u a homer. ,vW, .in the second gnmc the Pirates ' Jtttexl In a fi-te"! triumph. Carlsen had much the better of Ujun, the former being found for thirteen hits and the latter for n decade. The Cubs denned up the series with the Hraves, Jenes holding the visitors , 9e teven lilts und nnry a run, while Klllefer's elan bumped Maiquard for four runs at the start and then stepped scoring, Flllinglm und McXanmru hold held lag them at bay. Over In the junior circuit the Tigers kept up their geed work by tnltlng the Hnal game from the Senoters, Oldham holding the home team in hand, While Detroit hit Kricksen, Phillips and Hrlllheart opportunely. Ten players gW action for the Tigers and each made a hit. Tbe Urewns cveneji a ueuuie-neauer wnu tne ucu ex en the eve of their taut-series with the Yankees. that went te the St. Leulsuns Pa, fi. ixmteit after the Browns had L ; w rr m t EVENING .PUBLIC LEDGERPHHJADEIiPHIA, TUEBUAX, xJ,t)JLX J.J., xtm .1 ;'-; ;- ' Mack's Youthful First Sacker, Is Living Up te Advance Notices by Terrific Hitting rr,-, nrm Without Ruth, Heyt and' Would Never Part With Ncaring Stardom tmicli time en (liclr lintuls nnd Hjiiin tnlk nlieut." Tims (Iecs Kid (ilcnsen, label the report Mint I'limimu'ii irera Sex and tlic nnUcp-. reports that Until. Mays. Iteyt and te thp Sex for Kddle Cellins, Ames be Uny "Cracker" Sehnlk nnd n tlm llinst vplll'llimit of till Is tilt OnP at this juncture would just about wreck the chances of the Yankees te win the pennant. He Is rapidly reiicliliij; the form that made him the most feaied batsman in the league anil is hitting home runs mere frequently than at any ether time this season. The experts are in aci erd that before the season Is ever, providing Uuth centit.urs te play the same brand of ball, he will he far and away the leader of the two leagues in home-run swatting. The psychological effect of Uuth batting with men en buses has had much te de with the winning of ninny games bj the Yankees. A hurler never knows what te pitch te the Sultan of Swnt. lie is dangerous with any kind of pltthing. He may fan one inning, but in the next ceiiip thieugh with one of his titanic wallops that will derld the contest. Aside from the fact that he is a power en the of JOE HAUSnit - second homer of the season in the lilt, hits, it proved valuable. Twe mils started and should have little trouble in breaking the modern home-run record of the .National League which is held by (jiibb) Cravatb and the old one held by Wil liamson. Ilnrnsby's homer sent tne Cardinals te their sev enth stralglit vli terj nnd aided them in their dash upward, the Giants halving a twin bill with the Pirates. Jeff Pfiffer was en the mound for the victors und, though touched for eleven safeties, kept them scuttered well enough te prevent scoring until the ninth, when the Dedjers pushed their only tally across. Shrlver and Ihcntur were found for the same number of hits bj the Cards. The Giants rolled up the largest total of runs in a game this season against the Plrntes In the opening fracas of a twin bill. Twenty-eight lilts rung from the bats of the McGrawltes for a total of nineteen runs ilntet of hits, while Irish Meusel had four. Ineludlni.' n uiazner were nil lilt nurd, will e Ne if Carey inai.: ene of the two IIuc runs singed u game up-hill bnttle thnt eulini. The lirst game was a thlrtccn-lnnlng en a bqueeze play. The Sex captured the a two -run lead. Itusscl wa the win- y r mmm- ftsF'sJVtf i r ,j '. " ' EVENING .PUBLIC Fermer World's Champ knocks Out Johnny Buff in '14th Round in New Yerk LOSER IS SEVERELY BEATEN Costs Jee Lynch $10,000 te Wear Crown Again New Yerk, July 11. Jee Lynch has te pay nearly $10,000 out of his own pocket for the privilege of wearing the bantamweight cham pionship crown again. When the receipts nnd expenses of Inst night's fight, In which Johnny Huff wns dethroned, were checked up today it wns found that the "gnte" wns SniriO.&i short of the guarantee of $.'10,000. Under the terms of agreement Huff wns te re ceive this sum if he lest his title. There were 14,'JiKt paid admis sions, but by the time the expensrs. Government und Stale taxes were paid there was net enough left te make up the gunriintec te Huff. Kexlng authorities said it wns the first time In ring history In Amer ica that it fighter wen n title with out receiving n cent, te sny nothing te pa.Wug a big sum te the defeated mnn. New Yerk, July 11. Jee Lynch re gained the bnutnmweight championship of the world at the New Yerk Velo Vele Velo deome Inst night when Johnny Huff's seconds threw the towel into the ring nfter six seconds of fighting in the four teenth round. It was just u yeur nge this month thnt Lynch hnd returned the title te Pete Herman only te hnvc the latter lese It last September te Johnny Huff. The end wns net unexpected. 'Lynch hnd had the better of every round. He hnd jabbed nudiiunchel Huff nil around the ring until the champion's face wns bruised nnd swollen and bleed wns streaming from his mouth nnd nose. Several of his teeth had been knocked out nnd his left eje was dosed. Frem the fifth round en It was simply a question of hew long the gamp little tighter from Jersey could stand the punishment, or hew long his handlers would defer acknowledging defent by throwing in the towel. That lie wns gnme and assimilated u world of punishment will be attested by the IS, 000 who were In the Velodreme te see the tight. As the result of the bout Lynch's name will go down in pugilistic history alongside of Stanley Ketchel, Pete Her man nnd the few ethers who have suc ceeded in regaining their championships once the crowns hnd been lifted from their heads. It wns the history of nature reppatlng ltsplf Inst night. It wns the case of a geed little man losing te n larger one. Lynch had all the physical advantages. He weighed 117V1 pounds against Huff's ll.'?1,'.'. He wns three Inches tnller than ills opponent from Jersey City, but the difference seemed even grcntcr when they met in the ring. The advantage in reach, tee, was Lynch's. And last, but fur from being least, there was a great difference In nge. It wns n young man of twenty three fighting against a mnn of thirty four, ami thirty-four Is old ns they men mi re, age in pugilism. It wns the old story of youth being served. That Lynch Is Huff's master he con vincingly demonstrated. He is a much superior boxer and a far mere finished ring general. He fought a cool, well planned battle from the stnrt. He was deliberate in his actions, and never once made a mistake of trying te finish the battle in n hurry. It seemed thnt nfter the first he realized that he was Huff's muster, nnd he elected te fight u wait ing battle rather than te take unneces sary chances. It was his dazzling left-hand jab that wen the fight for Lneh. It hnd Huff completely baffled. The New Jersey boxer hnd no defense for it, and as n result lie was subjected te merciless jnbbing throughout every round he wns in tne ring. All unit Jintt liml werp two wild swings ids left hand and his right. He tried repeatedly te score with them, but except en rare occasions he was unable te land en his rival. Lynch repentedlv ducked or blocked or retaliated with the damaging straight I lefts ami right cresses thnt continually had Hud in dl-ticss. There were no clean knockdowns until the one in the fourteenth round. Lynch staggered Huff in the sixth round and Johnny slipped te one knee In the tenth, nut ne was up ijuicuiy witlieut tiiKing the count. When the boxers left the ring Lynch .till ,Wlt (illl'Pl' II Sll. nf ,1... lintfli. fluff i ..... ... ...... .. .-..,. ... ... uu.v.v. ,..., JOE LYNCH REGAINS HIS BANTAM CROWN en the ether hand, was compelled te sit . ,,,v"' .'... """" " """ """ in his corner for seral minutes before ! r'" 'eI'1' ,,,lt Ids superior boxing from his wearv legs could carry his bruised the dlstunce entitled lern te the period, hedv te his dressini: room. ' Tne ,hlri1 "K"1'1 feun(1 Teshrun en Scraps About Scrappers Mnetnt Iiprz U te btx nt Washington, 1 rn.. l.nber Day llf will meet Charley Kng. laml In u len.reuriliT aceeriltnn le Infer- matlcn rereUed from l.ee Ferbes, the Meil- enn'n manastT NVxt ITIilay nluht Lepez will I oppose Jackie Ci.uk at th: Cumbria here. Sembdnal te the Lepez-Clark contest at thn Cambria Club rrlilny nlnht will b a I ot-te l-ifen KeblliT KataraKl and .tack McCarty. I'reltmB Itecky l'erd vs. Dan Qar- tln. Wllll'i McOevern c itld Jlnye and Jild McCoy . Ham i'erri I Frankle Williams han aep.irated the name et "All-1'hlladelphla liexerH" from hla base 1 ball rlub, ami In the future his nine will be i known an Captain Smith's Second Ward 1 Tenth Division team 1 nlrk I'erry. of Seuth Philadelphia High Scheel, will Im unablu te box for about i month, ewlnu te an Injured wrlut auftercd In a recent bout with Jimmy Urlggs, Tomrew nlcllt at the National Club Charley v rum .iu jub uu inj iirrmy prexram Thi wtnU'Up win ue aaVNana J,T "flblw l"'SS la?ca! V" Hebby. I'r'ellms: Allentown Jee Heml la lenny IlattllnK 1'enrose vm. Kid Happy, Battllnic Ulaera s KI4 Merrla Hlrih and Kid I Waltz b. Davie Walten. 1 Adam ilyun Is planning te uie alNPhlla i ilclplila lulcnt at hli I.OKan A. A. Fer hla I Initial priiKrum he haa matched a pair of , uptimn mlddlewelghta In thn wind-up, Al I Verlecken va. Charley O'Nell Other num I bera llnnny liana v. Hebby Mcleod. Haller jee Keiiy in jea I'liiiups, ueerie Unlmar vh Al Clerden und Jimmy lledley va. Jimmy Urewn Willie Allen la back In Philadelphia after recelvlm; it ten-round Judftea' declalen Kc.ilnm Al Ketch"ll In Hroeklyn laat week. Allen curried every round, saya liebby Dillen. Andv Martell and Frankln Powell eaeh Fcored knockeutH ut Cheater, l'a.. laat week. reapectlvel), uxalnat liebby Hay "and Wlllle Cuaildy There are letlera In the snerla iepartment of the UtKxiMi I'l line LrixiKR fur Charlea Dainfert, Frankle Itich, K, O, Jee O'Don O'Den nell und Darby Caipar. . Answer te qurryi Kenny Leenard's address 1BS7 Seventh avenue Ntw Yerk City. hteve Marree has been appointed Philadel phia repreaenlatlvn for the Arena,. A. C, Trentnn, ? J. ll haa mntcned LuUI HaWlu nd Je Urllt for the hew. next Monday nliht. v wsnHfOTra ''-v; '.& . w 5 f A's ' ;vrfiri;,.i.vr,1?j)i'ct5'Av:w'''V,wffw,-sv--' skwf?ji.!SOTaTLjr)Vk.'"fl' tp4is'', .u :VKr&:ii&wrjawwif,TwMiiw,m'L,iMiiA iws' .axvs . r , . V. WMrr wtfvr' v? w 'w ' ; -v. ' wr-W-3 LEDERrPEdnQlDELPHlA WE FOLLOWED YOU 45 tar FOUGHT VfeM BY YEAR TD HElffHTS OF TENNIS SUPREMACY- AnD VUHFW YaU IWEMT ACROSS THE TteuD TTiiS YEAR 16 LlpTiHf VVO&LttS TfcWWiS CEOVUM WE THOUSHT'VOVI , W SUM .WE'LL jiauF REVBW5E P K "1K NA r" yv LOUGHRAN i sMx teF l y BUT WINS MORALLY Lecal Lad Makes Impres sive Showing Despite Clese Victory of Greb in Eight Rounds of Sizzling Beut MAULS TO VICTORY , By LOUIS II. JAFFE PHILADELPHIA'S nineteen-year-old has passed the ncid test. Temmy Loughran, latest pugilistic luminary of this city, was stacked up ngnlnst Harry Greb, America's light - heavyweight champion, nnd, if nothing else, the downtown youngster wen n mernl vic tory. While Greb was entitled te the decision bv n narrow margin at the finish of the scheduled eight rounds, Loughran proved that he wbb "In the making." Never inhering, and nt times car rying the iiglit te the title-holder. Loughran pleased the crowd of 20.000 fans including the St. Menica's Heys Hattalien Hand with his exhibition. Frem a boxing standpoint Temmy showed te ndvnntngc, but it wns the mnullng. pnwing style of the Pittsburgh windmill ut close quarters that enabled Greb te enrry the honors. Loughran, by his clesp frnens ngainst the veteran Greb. fooled a let of the wise boys. Temmy was expected te be iihiiiii-u Nii)i.i.iik, ...s.. .... neth ng 1 ke that administered te the Seuth Philadelph an, whee pepularltj was proved by the many ovations nc- corded him before the bout, during the contest nnd nfter It wns nil ever. YYerlt In Clinches It was only Greb's work nt close quar ters nnd thp linlf-clinelies thnt deter mined the match in his favor. Frem the distnnce Leinrhrnn's left hand was very much in evidence. Time and ngnln Temmy brought the crowd te its feet by sending thp bobbins und wagging head of Greb bnek ns if It were en hinge. And In the latter part of the final frame the fans went into n frenzy when Loughran virtunlly fought the ! Plttsbiircher off his feet across the rin; ami tncic ug.iin witn n series ci Douy punches nnd blew- n the bend. Loughran started off carefully, (lieh took up the offensive, get into close quarters and hegun te latter airay in hii cuffinp style, hut Temmy seen tied him up in the clinches and at the tiniih f the round it appeared about even- THEN in the second session the con sistent left jabbing by Leughrnn en abled him te show te advantage against the enruslilng Plttsburgher, who wns bent en doing his utmost while inside. .,,.,, ,..,..,- ,,,... ..., . I 1. uie ueiensivc, niiu jree eiiuw mere begnn te innul his younger opponent around the ring and en the ropes. Hut Temmy uncorked sufficient straight lefts te keep himself from losing the ennte. The fourth was the first round wen by Greb, chiclly through his nggresslve ncsii nnd the holding tnctlcs of Lough Leugh rnn. Temmy's nose, which bled throughout his training period, began te show red In this session nnd con tinued until the cud of the bout. Alse Wins Fifth Greb's infighting nnd rushing style also helped him win the fifth, in which period Greb suffered n cut ever his left eye when their heads came together. Loughran wns cut unuer ins leu optic nnd both boxers bled. ISy mnklng Greb miss quite frequently in the sixth,, and retaliating with btralght punches before Harry could get ' I., clone euarters. Temmy succeeded iu ! earnin fi0 n" CCnt f thBt SC3-10"' ' Qrcb again went out in front in 20,000 Fans Pay Tribute Te Late Rebert W. Maxwell A glowing tribute of respect by 20,000 fans who attended the bouts at the Phillies' nail Turk last night was paid te the late Hebcrt W. Muxwell, when they steed en mass with bared nnd bowed heads for fully n nilniite, following an an nouncement by "Habe" O'Keurke that boxing hud lest one who had much te de with plating the sport en se high a plane in Philadelphia. As seen as O'lteurke finished speak ing, the large throng en the field, In the stands und In the bleachers was up en Its feet like one person. The clang of the gong by Jee Ccr Ccr vine was the signal te be seated. THE DARKEST DAY IN HISTORY VE BeUEVEDTHAT WHEN YDO WERE LICKED A COUftF OP YEARS AffO IN FRAWCE .VbU'D Come up , you'd riwAiiv Wew "e a few THlWffS-AWWTTHE BOUWCE OULtfAMO AUDAS YOU PUYBD UPTeTHE FIWALS AMD SMMHEPVbURWAYTWOUSrtTeTUE (TREAT CUMA , COSH Mewl we Pulled Feri YeO, "AMP square ferthatmaTtetO- & mz DEFEATED, Evening Ledger Decisions of Ring Bouts Last Night rillf.I.IKS HALT, PAUK Harry (1rb wen from Temmy Leutlirun, Pat Mnrnn but tered Jes Tlpllti. Karl IVunce eutcltmstd Jimmy llunlen. .lee llrnjiimln nun en tt foul from (loerrc Unit, third) Ad Stene outfeiutht Jin, Helland. . . , . Nl'.W YIIKK Jee I.vnrli knerkfd out Jahnnr Huff, fourteenth! Frnnkle Jereme de featist Jack Kid Wolfe. Hurry. Kid llrpvrn l uen from Johnny Drimimlr, Mlrkle isrliien drew H1IH Jee lleef. Jury rimes oucpeinieu " ATlINTI0" CITY Dick Stenh beat Willie lleuck. Jaek Leeter eutiwlnted Muxle Wll Wll llamnen. Ynunc Je Ilutler def fated Chick UiinitM. nfmnrle Illiirkhlirn beat Johnny ll'N'rll, Temmy rower knocked out Johnny (Irow, fourth. . ....... AI.I.KNTOWN Oeerite Eael defeated Al lentnwn lundee, Illlly Hchuti trimmed Yeums LN!tnn .lehnnv f'Ahli fchaHMl HUIH Meran. Johnny (IrlrTIn stoppel Jee firlffe. ftecend. Oeorre 8hnde. IIOMTON l'epper Jlartln wen from Gene Delmnnt. . , , , LONDON. ENfl. Oeence Cook ecked Sol dier Jenrs. Ilr,Vr.lv Illlly .tunKC iriiuniru .hiiiw Ilirrk TTRe. LOUISVILLE Jack McCnrren drew with Frank Carbone. .... , WILLIAMM'ORT Frankle Matulre wen from Frankle Ylnchrll. the seventh. In this round it looked ns if Loughran had gene tired, and he icas slew in gcttinri axeay from the clinches, ichcrc Harry mauled and pummelcd Tem, THR finnl round get under way with Greb setting the pace, but in the 4l..1 l.nlf nt ilin tin ft ml T flllffKfhn , h(.lntlnntni nn,i virtually outfought the , u llt lcllVjweigiit fimmpien et America, , AMng hnth linndH te tlle b0(iy nmj, jmit , bcferehtlie bl.n witching. te tlm head, Tmlehrnn welahed in nt 10.'iV. nnd Greb was three nnd n half pounds heavier. Tills bout was refcreed by Frank "Pep" O'Brien. Tlplltz Walloped Jee Tlplltz, 130'i. was way off in his bout with Pal Meran, 134i. nnd the New Orleans lad gave the Phila delphia!! one of the worst lickings of his career. It was it bout between it fighter and a boxer, and the scientific glove man, after the second round, wen out handily. In the fifth and eighth rounds Tlp lltz, leaning back en the ropes with his guard down. Invited Meriln te swing nt his chin. Mernn did nnd he walloped Yusll hard und aplenty. Earl France, JH9, and Jimmy 11 anion, 137 , rmufafed a lattery, which gave Aid Uteasen, manager of the H'Aife Sex and a ringside spectator, quite a laugh. France did the pitching and almost every punch he started was a strike. Jl anion didn't miss a thing and no errors could be chaigtd against him, FRANCE wen each nnd every one of the eight rounds, giving n brillinnt exhibition of boxing nnd uncorking nn asserted variety of punches. After the first few rounds It reully was no con test, and although the fans were well acquainted with the ruggedness and toughness of the Denver Italian, they wondered what wns holding him up. Cutch in Lime Dec Cuteh. of this city, wns the rcf. I erce in the Tlplltz-Mernn nnd llunlen- France matches, and he hand cd each job admirably. At no time during cither contest did the JJec place his hand en the boxers. Jee GrlHe disqualified Geerge Erne in the third round when it appeared ns if he was fouling Jee Ilenjaiiilu inten tionally. Grlffe warned Erne nbeut low punches several times in the second round and when he resumed bis Illegal lighting In the next canto Grlffe ordered Geerge te his corner, ending the match. Ad Htone, the V. S. Marine light heavyweight, continued his winning streak by dealing out a terrific treunc- fng te Jim Helland, of Haltimore. in the opening contest refcreed by Leu Grimeen. Sfenc socked and rocked Hol Hel land in almost every round and had the lig lialtimerean Heeding pro fusely from nose and mouth. BOXING IN MOVIES "The Leather Pushers" Being Shown en Screen Benny Leenard and Lew Tendlcr could get a few new nnd very useful idens In the art of bang and slam If they should happen te cast their optics upon Reginald Denny, the fistic head liner In the world of screen, who as Kid Roberts, In the "Leather Pushers' new playing nt the Aldlnc Theatre, shows something very uniibual In the way of wallops, "Kid Roberts" has nothing wft upon which te demonstrate. All he selects is that hippo of swat, the late Sam McVey, colored heavyweight star, ns one of his sparring partners. But "Kid Roberts" has a (treat svstem. He I takes part In' a six -round bout and 'It takes him a wick te cempieta eaca r- - u - r fj -". rHi-r-...i Vtfss: 1TW .'r7frrM&mfiEb. j m. - - m m n i Vjiffli 7n2v?MMl M -s. I'f-rr-rr' round, leu ii-. )) .'r -4 nnn' d -..a. AMD USTHtARViHEUTHEWETkeWC flrSS quit iuWe Middle of that famous final MATCH ,WB FELT S0M6TMiwS-flF THE SAME wM ABOUT IT THAT YOU TMD Onr IimuiuV (TjeiQTmac uir cmmF COULD REALIZE: AMU WE STiLL, DO NOT WANT TO BELIEVE TH6 f-KfcNCO ttflLtflW IRIIVt Y0UAS5rrPIU;SV OH.GeilA, MOllA, NIGHT, Black, Bl-l-lack MGHT, Cam? Dewm SWAUERED OtkViu- Cojunefif, I9tl, bv PuWle Ledger Company TWELVE IN A ROW Bridesburg Hurler Humbles Mount Carmel by Score of 11 te 8 nay Rcpner. of the Bridesburg Club, turned In his twelfth successive victory yesterday nt Mount Carmel when Bridesburg beat the upstaterR 11 te 8. It was the becend time the tcnins clashed this season and the second tri umph for Billy Whitman's team. Caldwell, n former Phllly recruit, wns en the bill for Mount Cnrmel nt the start, hut he lusted just one inning nnd then Bridesburg hnd n lead of 4 runs, the score being 3 te 1, He wns replnced by Jenes, who wns chnsed from the box In the previous gnme, nnd Bridesburg trented him just ns rough. Kepner liml the upstnters at his mercy throughout nnd nt the end of the seventh led 11 te 2. He beenme n trifle careless in the eighth, nnd Mount Carmel counted six times. Rice and Buzbv were the stars with home runs, while the fielding of Bill Whitman was the best seen In Mount Carmel nil year, the outfielder- manager getting seven hard drives. Ray Steinndcr, North Phllly hurler. again wen his gnme for the uptewncrs when he crashed n double In the fourth inning that scored Spehrer anil Jacket, and made it four runs in the inning, enough te beat the Baltimore Black Sex 4 te 2. A peculiar feature of the game was that net one of the six runs scored wns earned. Smith opposed Stelnadcr en the hill, nnd both yielded four blnglcs, Rnggs for the Black Sex nnd Walker for the Phils each getting two. Mtcnten Field Club played te the lnrg est crowd of the seni-en nt Phll-Ellena nnd Musgrave streets, but lest te the Bacharach Giants by 4 te 1, The fen turc of this nffnlr was the wonderful catches of Crockett in center. He speared five drives, four of the sensa tional order. In the eighth, he caught Hewell's liner that was labeled for a homer. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD PETE MORAN'S Special Fight Train Direct te Arena Entrance TENDLER-LEONARD World's Lightweight Boxing Contest Thursday Evening, July 27 8:15 P. M. at Tex Rickard's Arena JERSEY CITY, N. J. FIGHT TICKETS NOW ON SALE (War Tax Included) Rlncalde Itearrvrd Nellt (10.50 Inner lime lunsmue uesrrtra Onter Circle' itlh'f'hide'Ke'aerTfd ' j Heeta 7.70 I Choice Arena rrunt Itow Ue- aerved ISeata n.BO . M'KCIAT. TRAIN OF DINING CARS AND tOACIIKS Daylljtlit Nat Ins Time I-eave Ilread Street Station. 4. M I'. M. Leave West lhlliulrrhln. . .4.511 I'.M, Lnir North I'IUIiidelihln...S.llO P.M. 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R. regular ticket te Nevy Yerk or Jeracy City una return win uihe lie accepted en above apeclul train te & from Arcu.i, PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD &' M Ug1 .--S59f:?wiy -r FOR RAY KEPNER iiiniivi IrVy in:iiiiniiiii!ii f p Hew Dees It Patterson's Win Charlie Heffner'a 70 Return of Wagner GERALD L. PATTERSON, Australia, new wears the crown that has adernrt the head of Bill Tlldcn for the Inst two years. In three straight sets Pnttcrwm wrested the world's grass court title from Randelph Lycett, Great Britain, en the Wimbledon center court yesterday. Patterson really wen the championship In the ncml-nnnl round when ha put out J. O. Andersen, n fellow cetjntryman. Andersen was the most danger ous contender. The victory ever Lycett was expected, but the'case of Patttr Patttr beh's triumph wns n mild surprise It wns the terrific service of the Australian which wen the crown for him. Lycctt hnd grent difficulty returning the speeding drives of his rival, but, dl. patches sny, he handled the serves with better results than did any one else In the tournament. This, however, Is mere of a boost for Tattersen than Lycctt. It was really the superb serving of the Australian which caused the defeat of the Englishman. Bill Tlldcn said of Patterson last year: "He is nothing te Brookes nnd, In my opinion, will never become a grent player until he Improves his ground gnmc, especially en his bnckhnnd." It Is evident thnt Patterson's ground game hns Improved, but It has net reached thnt degree of perfection where It would be nblc te withstand the driven of Tlldcn or Johnsten. This thought wns expressed nt Wimbledon nfter the match. Patterson nnd Andersen nrc both members of the Austrnllnn Davis Cup team, which Is fnvered te rench the challenge round. Beth tluse players will appenr In the national singles here nt the Germantown Cricket Club. It will be Interesting te watch Tllden sheet nt Patterson's feet with bit bnckhnnd if the two should meet. Tllden's success Is built en the weakness of the opposition. He Is net only a grent nn'tural player, but a student nnd strategist. IT IS net surprising that Mile. Lenglen does net intend te accompany the French Davis Cup team te this country. She needs a long rest after her splendid and strenuous triumphs at Wimbledon. It would be a great boost for tennis, however, if she could be urged te play in the women's nationals at Ferest Hills late In August. That "70" by Charlie Heffncr THE qualifying round In the United S.tutcs open championship of the Skokie Country Club In Chicago brought n Phllndelphlan te the fore as the star performer of the day. Charlie Heffncr, the Philmont professional, negotiated the first round in par figures of 70. His mark was second only te that of Jeck Hutchisen, the lanky Scottish-American. Heffncr is one of three golfing brothers, nnd the best of the three. He Is known ns one of the finest players in this city. A prophet is snid te be net without honor save In his own country. Hoff Heff ncr Isn't In thnt clnss, for he Is honored here ns elsewhere. But In entering the United Stntes open he plunged himself thick into com- . petition with the greatest stars of every golfing country In the world. There nrc few In this city who gave hhn nn outside chance te win. But Heffncr went into the campaign with the same confidence that has always char acterized his ploy in lesser tournaments. His splendid 70 In the qualifying round Is net nn Indlcntlen that he will win the tournament. It Is nn Indication that he is In form, and that Phila delphia hns n represcntntlvc who will bring honor te the city. COURAGE Is always admirable. It Is even mere se when it Is coupled with such skill as Charley Heffncr possesses. The Return of Hans Wagner IT WAS n wise move en the part of the Pittsburgh Club te urge Hans Wagner te return In the role of conch nnd nsslstnnt manager. "The Flying Dutchman" will be u valuable asset te the Pirate's. That lie knows the game gobs without snylng. He is mere than a thorough student. He possesses aggressiveness und Is able te imbue ethers with his fighting spirit. What the Pirates lucked last year when they were within sight of the pen nant wns spirit nnd co-eperntlon. These qunlltlcs were virtunlly nil this season. It remains for Wngncr te bring harmony within the ranks. Wagner's return may mean mere than nsslstnnt mnnnger. Bill McKcchnie mny be gracefully dropped from his job as boss after this season and the whip handed te the one-time famous shortstop. Business In the nature of sporting goods hns hnd the call en Wagner's energy since he left the Pirates two years nge. 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