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- ,,r,rT..r., ampiens Cloudburst Handicaps Players in Qualifying Round of Na tional Ceif Tourney HAGEN GETS 36; DUNCAN 37 Glencoe, HI.. July 11. The sun bikfd groans of Skekle, hardened by r forty four-day dry period, are new rtln drenched. , .Twe cloudbursts, one earjy this hemlnft nnd another shortly after neon, joedid the links where the world's best julfers " struggling te qualify for the (nil of the national open. ' The player were considerably han licappd by the sudden storms and they could scarcely fellow the flight of the kill This made the scores high and ime'ng the early finishers of the first round thw" was none who approached At sensational figures of yesterday. Walter Hagcn, American home-bred, rhe wen the British op-en, and Geerge Duncan, famous Briten, played to te Mther. Hagcn did well for the first line hole", getting 38. Duncan had IT Their cards follew: B.n-eut uasmm s sa RKn-SSut". 4 8 4 T j 4 4 t-ll geme of the first clghteen-hele scores '"Gorden Wright. Eranaten, 79 : O. H. Perkins. Hrantferd, Canada. 70: Er nest Martin. Les Angeles, 77; H. H. Olbsen. Fert Leavenworth, Kan.. 80 j Albert McBride, Pittsburgh, 60; Leuis Bcett, llockferd, 88. The second cloudburst lasted only , ' ibeut fifteen minutes, but there still tra a slight drizzle for some time. With the course like n sponge, the United States Gelf Association of ef ncll ruled thnt Hnlls might be cleaned en the greens nnd that a ball imbedded In the fnlrwny could be lifted nnd dropped net nenrcr the hole without penalty. About 10.30 A. M. the heavy clouds broke nnd with the sun peeking through indications were that the ex cess water would disappear quickly. The second cloudburst wns entirely un expected. Bebby Jenes came through with a 36 (or the first nine holes and this was aceptlenally geed considering the weather. Lee Dicgcl, New Orleans, hid a 35. ... . gene of the nine-hole scores fellow; Allen Lecb. Chicago., 30; W. 0. Londen, llockferd, 43 ; J. W. Kenney, grlranin. O.. 38; J. F. Carberry. Ln crange. 111., 39; Chris Cresby, Milwau kee. 30. Benjamin Lord, Glen Falls, N. T., W: Charles Hllgenderf, Lechmore, De De trelt, 30; Gene Sarazen. Pittsburgh, 86; Jehn G. Andersen, Slwaney, 38; Frank A. Gedshaux, Jr.. New Or igin?,' 36; Frank McNamara. Oretga, Fit.. 38; Al Watreua, Bedford. Mich., M; Fred Baren, Menteur Heights. 30; Bebby Jenes, Atlanta, 86; Lee Diegel, New Orleans, 35. v While 108 players started, it was rredlcted that little mere than one fourth of the stars Britons. Septs, American', many of them famous the world evyr would have scores suffi ciently low te place them In the cham-' tilnnshlp seventy-two-hole contest. The Kw twenty-four automatically quail Bed and ties for twenty-four were ex pected te increase the number by three cr four. W. AND J. GRID DATES Several Feature Games en 1922 Football Schedule Washington. Pa., July 11. Graduate Manager It. M. Murphy has announced the completed football schedule of the Washington nnd Jeffersen team for next uaten. Ten games, six of them at home, are listed, the card being regarded as one of the li.udeH In recent years. Fea ture rentests. in ndditien te the sec tional championship games with Pitt ind West Virginia, nre with Lafayette it the Pole Grounds, Wabash at home ind Detroit University nt Detroit. Geneva, I.afnjettc and Wabash are PPOnClltS net KfllPfllllpil Inaf. rnnr. Minager Murphy has left October 28 upen in ei tier te enable the team te pre pare for the strenuous November Wiedule. when five major teams will !Pet ln ,P!,S tnnn ns many weeks. The Thpdiile follews: i?fcl"H?lr , 23- Geneva a I Washingten: l"1i "Mtminmir in Washington; October LRelhanv at Washington; 1 th. Carnrgle 8?L1 WhlnKl,en! Slat. West Virginia JlIeSn "' .Washingten: 28th. p-rmanently iff?' ,V)emi'er , l.nfajette at New Yeilc: KM.hnrfh'".1?- V Washington! lSth. Pitt at K"lurL'h: irsth, Dotrelt at Detroit; 30th. ""t Urgmln nt Morgnntewn, ' SEIBOLD'S GREAT WORK .Nativity Hurler Has Recerd of Forty Scoreless Inning Heu oef M n 1 1 w ; tZ S? Na"iltv bn"ebnl TtamTasTree. erdt'hs! ffi ne'erteliTcelled "in'the Se lml.1 tn.n. i....u. r .i. tnnki- of M'inl-pre tessers. - icf '...,. in k' ," f r nf) bc,!n wl,M ,hn uptewncrs " (,'iiiu's nnti in tuat streteti eme nns aiiewctl his opponents but Wns, going through forty of these lint! and net Vielrllnir n clnirle mnrlinr ..box has been solenteil hv Afnnnirsr ?r' Phil Hapgerty te oppose the Baclmrach ftants. of Atlantic City, when thriS Ittps ilaah In their third meeting te- "'ni in ueigratie and Ontnrie. In the we previous encounters the Churchmen we romped eif with the decision after mat games and nnether het battle is wpectcd tonight. Heme-Run Hitters in Yesterday's Games Yeater- Seaaen'a PS,W.T' ("N fi2i!.,,eel. Ulanta . . oere Durna. Red 8ex. . day Total j 1 n a 4 3 P"jr . Athletlea . ;... I nVf' Mraieii , 1 o!iey. AthUtiei ;:::: I.EAGUK TOTALS TO nATK 1021 381 383 TIIF. I.KADEKS TO DATK . Amrrlran Ieafiie riirnelh. W!""- "'"tvea . .. Me1lSa'MI,A,,r- Athletiei:. '::".' hVj! ,.en"' Tlttra ....... rah. 'uM' 'nkea " . ' fi!Ii" ""It e ....... '"one Hums. Ked Sei... ...:..... tilth one ear a se 31 ii. . National laue !W;v,,;V11IVrtllnla .... JJrM".,ra"'.,,hl',,r .;. ... '""( Meuael, filnnta i''mllh. Ca'rillnali . . . rarklni.en, 1'hllllea .. ,,.,. , . , HOMK RU.VH 1031 "tlewi league ., .,..,,,.,..;., Tata! 20 in 14 1.1 lit a a 8 S3 13 II n n a 8 03; 'v 'tiVi; ( yj. ,ii. X'JterW Rftr. II SCORES MADE . I SKOKIE STORMS 1 tttff. . ' - J . , ' '..! "'i iii ii . w? ;?-"-v u.'. 01 Many Countries Stftiigle te Qualify iri National What May Happen in Baseball Today AMERICAN LKAOUE Cltjb Hi. W. T,. P.O. Win tuMSiiili Ml nla. . New M an as 39 11 44 43 .net .SOS .sets ... .578 ,B7B .im .bib .iras ,s7.i : . , SW:8tfS8 ?!! .460 Ml .44 . ietx far??." .".v. ss ntii.cilCB. 31 NATIONAL IEAOUE W. I. P.C. Win .. 47 JJ .644 ,40 . 47 S ,Bt .600 .41 M ,KSt .B3S 12 an ,rM .bib . J 41 ,4M .474 2 44 .380 .SAO ' 8 4B .808 ,877 ..On pew Yerk.. I,ee Spin fclJ.. ,iie . . . BM ., BIB . . . ,BOS ... Cincinnati . ELtt&wrt.. .BOO ... .UIIWV De ten. .ten ... .S7A ... .384 .. , , Win two. tliOHO 'two, INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE BalMmare f IB l?B Te Xf IsF.C, W.I.. P.r. Terente, ,, se 42 .481 8B 48 ,4t3 KfcK" A ?! ! hjte(is. ..lv,. w inr n'a ss 5A HZ 'f.-Mfw. e, ,, ,en " iv ,u ncwnri . za no .JfJ EASTERN LE.OttR W "rtSS J5 In '555 "rldm-iywt 83 34 .iU PltUflSff' II 22 'iil Alb""".- v 33 31) .4.18 nartferS' 5i I. -SiS 5?'ltl4 31 SO .43 isrtrerd. 38 81 .Bie Fltthbnrs. 2S 44 .383 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION svw 5fc5S ii &?& Mtn-npeifr ii S. 'HI Eelupbns a 40 .in aim npeiii I 4138 .BIS loWe,,, 20 B! .358 HOttTHERN ASSOCIATION fife 8Rffiff5K b8 mi. BO 47 4s .840 Cbal'oetft 27 Bt .303 YE9TERDAV8 RE8ULT8 NATIONAL LEAGUE iiMDurt n. Si New Yerk. 4 (wennd rnme). AMERICAN LR.OCE flrM aaS) ""' 4 (,h,r"n mnlnw. tlcrveUnd'New Yerk, ret Krhrdulnl. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE 5,"tr' l firrafuiic.. 7, Otlwir teema wtre net ftrhrdnlMl. EASTERN LEAGUE SSS.i'y'i eJL Mptferd. 4 (wcend same). ntehburt. 8.1 Hrldcrpert. 1. WMwbarr. 8 Albany, i. Rprlncfleid. 7i Pltttfleld, 2. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION IndlanapelU. 18i Celttmbua. 0. gt. Pani. 8i KniMaa City, 2. LnalSTMIe. flt Teledo. 4. Mlnne7ell-Mllwnukee (rain). SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION New Orleani, 4t Memphli, 8. rjMtUncmr. 4i Atlanta, 3. Mobile. 8 Little Beck, 1. nirmliurham. 7i Nnehvllle. CI. TODAY'S SCHEDULE NATIONAL LEAGUE Phillies nt St. taal. New Yerk at Chiracs. Brooklyn nt Clnrlnnatl. IfcMteni at Plttaburxh. AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit nt Philadelphia (two rumen). Cleveland nt IlnMen. St. LwiU nt New Yerk. Chleacte nt Wnnhlniten. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Newark nt Terente. Jersey City at Buffalo. Readln nt Rochester. llaltlmore at Syrerune. SUZANNE CONGRATULATED BY U. S. TENNIS OFFICIALS British Association Alse Compli mented en Success of Tourney New Yerk. July 11. Congrntulntiens upon the victory of Mile. Suzanne Lenglen in the English championship at Wimbledon en Saturday have been sent te ths French Iawn Tennis Federation by Julian S. Myrlek, president of the National Association. They read: "Heartiest congratulations te Mile. Lenglen's success." The association nNe pnt n cable gram te the Iiritlslt Lnwn Tennis Asso ciation, congratulating it upon the re markable success of the champion ships just completed nt Wimbledon. Although the new grounds were fin ished in time for the tournament which ended yesterday there was se much uncertainty regarding the progress of the construction thnt the Hrltisli Lnuii Tennis Association was delnjed in mnn., ni.Allmlnnt.v nf.nniflninnts SSSEv.v: i On account of this delay there wnsTlie Pennslvanla Amateur some feeling abroad thnt the public might net he interested ln the cham pienship te the same extent ns ln former years, nnd consequently the at tendance might suiter. Un the con trnry, the demand fee tents exceeded .11 nrnvlnna reenrila nnil thnnsnn.ls nf woufd'brpcraters'rre dttS CONTENDERS IN GRIND , Four Blkera In Race for Points Itne). of ninn,,ur Relf nm ,,, tem.n. Title te Compete menr will share In local Interest with In' the mud serninDle for the leader- I the I'tilted Slates Open at Skekle. ship in points scored by the folleweis I . of the meter en the saucer track. Slme ' The interclub championship matches nriAAMnA rnt,1nnn ifilu fnri'eil In tlinlnt IMlln VnllO . erllflnnllv sellerltllefl fflf iiiviii' .' ....... ....... side lines because or nil lnjuiy lenr'.luiy ll nnu is. nnve neon set back stars from ns many different ruuntuc i loom conspicuously In the competition , for the top rung. Because nf this fact I Jehn Clinpmunn, et tne I'liiintieipuia Moterdrome. Point Breeze Park, lias ..Aiinflil cliu niinvtpt of eeiitenilerh fur an hour rnec en Thursday night. Victer Linnrt. world's champion Point score winner, is te be one of the I ''" " ",m,e n M ,lU ,,,st wwk 2m!Sl?ttA ,""1 " ",,,,,,B ",U iiue-ueiiii-i, m .v. ......, ...... ,...-... 111 UlU VIWHIVH ........ Clarence Caiman, Ameilcnn nnek, wlie nlbe Is mnking n nlliint ((Tm't te win the points crown which was his three venrs tge. will enrrv the colors !of Uncle Sam. The ether men te ceiu- Pete nnte n the "Cent (pntenders race me iules Mlquel of l CJrjr,.fcef A,"1rnl,ni . Anether Junier me ranee, nnil ImmiiI; inoterpnred into will be decided, with Felix Pntti, of the Italia Spertavla Cyclers, New Yerk, meeting .Tehn Patilck, of Xewiitk, N. J. A Class B professional spnnt and several emnteur numbers will tompleto the program. THIS TEAM WILL BE THERE Madlaen Stars Will Clash With Germantown Club Dave liennls. manager of the (lei (lei mnntewn team. niiiinuuccd that the SuburDanltes will pesltlveb- piny Madi Madi eon stars tonight. Beunls has net yet lecevcitd from last ThurrduyV disap pointment when fiOOO fans waited for Uie All-dnpancse te play mid the Orien tals never showed up. It wns tile Iil'Fl lime tunc neiiiii-i niiu ever advertised any team or puner any sport who iiiii mn sum n-n Iii touch witli the inn -vfn.lii.nn Stars tedliv il Tl tl lie answerci thnt nothing of this kind would happen. se these well-known ilvnN will clash for their third time this year. Lildl Gerner will pitch for (Serniiiniuwn. Paddock te Try for Recerd Paddock, "the" Vem. JsWaj hum .?. Is out te break the record lur .inn uda ii i ilia uuarter mile lie annnumr.l Mjterdiiy hi9 wmSd niKke the 'attempt nt the ...d fn lr Sfeunil. her j. wharf he broke llj e nrld It -''hi lira records July I. Iln haa madJ the .'Illl ni'l' in se ! VOL"!.!, SHU IT TIIKBIJ If It la a lecent aenl et ureal Im .J -... nt enme nei 8011 t tanca. irecent prreA inence. ou will And I Urjt In ... iltul roteii aura jattlen of he bund ue LaeaiB. "Make It jmeu. . is beau. ay I'm-Adv. IV7HHH?r?ffiHHMIHH KrewwEyTPWiw Hi ii i Mil - ''vrT-reiyr- ON LULU LINKS Zembe Temple, of Harrisburg, Tackles Lecal Team en Course at Edge Hill TO PLAY RETURN MATCH Last year the ShrlncrsUlewn Balti more wav became imbued with the idea that they could hand the trimming of the centurv te the' Philadelphia Shrlners. They came whooping Inte town headed by their potentate and club professional. Vho. being n Shriner, wns as eligible ns any of them for the fray. Chnrles Doelp. Lit Lu's champion, wns pnlred with the Baltimore pre, nnd handed htm a merry trimming. Tlmt example was followed hr most of his clubmntes nt the Edge Hill links. The news of thnt tournament spread abroad, nnd promptly inspired the golf ers of Zembe Temple nt Harrisburg with the belief that had flamed te the Baltlmerenn besom. They threw down the gauntlet, and the challeigc wns ac cepted. The battle of Edge Hill Is en today, and the Lu Lti llnksmen nwnlt the re sult with calm confidence id snlte of the fact that their rivals from Harris burg nre mere formidable than the In vaders from Baltimore were. Principal interest Is centered in the match between W. Freeland Kendrlek, Imperlnl petcntnte of the Im Lus, nnd Charles Cevert, who holds similar honors In the Zembe clan. Charley Doelp. the present club champion; Sam Bennett and Dr. Den nis Slmmertnnn. who held the title In ether years, with Dr. Jenes nnd J. B. Merltz, ere the principal stnndnrcl bearers of the Lit Lu hope. All, of them are twelve or under In the handicap list. The Capitel City men hnve only I. T. Harry nt eight, R. .1. Fager at ten nnd Carrel Price nt twelve handicap te threw into the breach against these tAr. Most of their jnen are listed at from seventeen te twenty-five. .The Harrisburg Shrlners arrived at West Philadelphia station this morning. They were met with automobiles and whtkcd away te Edge Hill as guests of the home club for luncheon and dinner. After the smoke of battle has cleared awnv nnd the Lu Lu commissary badl'v dented the Zembe men will wing their way back te their home environs. This team match will be the first of n due, the Lu Lu men making a trip te Harrisburg t ploy Zembe en their home loam next month. . , Th'e lecnl news gatherer will swing into action next Monday nt the Phll Phll metit Country Club tin the qualifying round for the Jules Mnstbaum trophy. This tournament wns postponed out of respect te Ilebcrt W. Maxwell, sports editor of the Evening Public LEneEn, who'e death followed n meter crash. Handicaps hnve been adjusted en the basis of the last tournament nt North Hills nnd with generosity In this re sped a number of the newspapermen nnd women live iii the hope of breaking 100. At Shawnee The Shawnee Country Club, nt Shaw nee-en-Delaware, is tuning up for its annual invitation tournament en August 3, 4 and 5. The fairways nre bobbed, the greens trimmed like n soldier's head, nnd entries nre pouring ih. The Buckwood trophy has been ln competition since. 1012 barring one year in war-time. It must be wen three times, net necessarily in succes sion, for permanent possession, and ln this, the tenth senben, no one has yet succeeded in getting It. It. S. Worthlngten gained a leg in 1012 nnd another ln 11)15,, nnd is the only man te win mere than once. Three plaers from the Philadelphia district, Eddie Clnrey. of Ferest View ; Oeergc Heffncr nnd Maurice Bisley, of Atlantic City, came, through in 1017, 1010 and 11)20. respectively, but thp going has been tee stiff te repeat their triumphs. Mux Marsten, (lie Pennsylvania amn lour I'lmmpien, leit yesterday te ilc fptid his title 'en the Units of the Alle gheny Country Club. Max Is ther eughly comment tnni nc win come ;, xvt, nnether victory, but the ' SHRINERS GOLFING """''.. i 1 ' . I fipnn will lenr-it lint Illl' Whitman JJlthienmeuM.I "t up nS his same te repent his triumph of Inst ' ''cft Stiely en the hill. ' ... nnunt miners te Itnltle i ienr '-" ,...' . : . for a week. tills was clone se ns net te conflict with the Pennsylvania Aina tour battle in Pittsburgh. Beets and Saddle Horses which see best nt Fert Krle today are: Flist race, Allen, Auntie Km.' Straight Shoeter: second. Dancing filrl. Oen IVlnln. Dladl : third. I.adj Luxury. Seme Iwby. lliernv Way fourth.' Fletcher entry'. Therncliffeentni' gulre will hurl for CIicmei. while t'linm Aciuntlc: lifth. The Decision, 'Tltnnln, I'hm will take the meiinil for Bnrne ! f"M. ...!.... I I i tlt.mll.i sixth, l.urii't(n, seenth. Walk 1 UtllllT ... V..I.M..".. Orny (tables, Haider I'p, Fnnteche, Wakefield. Emplte City: First ince, Bessie r nlirlilmi Trwi tf 1 (.nrmml f'tlm Uilli ' Cnmeffeur. Armlbtlce: third. Brain- i li Ikiitirii, ttii .., ni.iiiui viisti iii storm. Taneerine. Huddle nnd Heets;, "'i","' """ ' ' " fifth. Svndlcnte. Noen Heur, Lueldus; " ,"' V!,""Br,., "'' ''? "U "" sixth, Kirtle, High C. Ilnrd (iiies. ' I"" '"!,. ' "' , ,''" " "', n- ' ' . ' Tetmicr will gle Tiey, who wns lieaten There wns a general scattering of , " J Sl"',.1"'- " , '''lance le get e;en heT-. ,:rc,v,,,yL,:;' rn,r tats.Hfis, r M! e ;.,? in Latenin yestenlny. Jlest of thei.,.,.. n. .,.. .,.,. .. . ,i... ..., Canadian contingent departed, while .i... v.... v... i....u i..e..v ,.i,... ri... , few stables shipped le Louisville, in cluding Dnn Lehan. who-'e Margaret Winser wen tit" Lntenin Oaks Satur day. Sceral cstnb'lshmcnts will lay up at Lntenin during the warm months, while etheis will test up nt Lexington Thlbedaux the best vumern three-year-old seen under colors , large oiitlieiiilng of Wie faithful Is e throughout tiie season, mid he might be I peeled. The Splins'wcie a tillle oil nhle te held his own nnywhere. This celrtr last week when three games weie horse is endowed with stamina as well i dropped, something which had net lup us speed, nnd he enrries weight lu n i pencil nil yenr heretofore, but Kdille faultless fashion. Iln Is we'l engaged (lottlleb sins the slump is ever. Shiiiui- 1 ,11 StllKes ni intIHer, wninrw, uiiu . or phner In Trnner Wllllnm Perkins sent him theie i iw up. Ili'tinis .Mtpi(inv minger of Iho iQ ''"'' i... ,.n.u ..mil . stakes nt Windser. Ontario, ami . Five Leading Batters in Twe Majer Leagues AMERICAN I.KAUUB ci. a. ii. it. ii. r.r. Miller. St. UrlH Ml aJtf 17 14. .I0J Celli). Dftrrlt till 283 47 103 ,3SI) He.ker. (lecelenil fl 2.M III M ,Wi llfllmunn. Detroit 7 201 8 I0J ,ajs .Ml.ler. Athlftlc. 70 307 4H OS .33(1 NATIONAI, i.b.eui: (1. A. II. It. II. P.C. Ilernf.l)), Ml. Mills 70 ail) 0!) 124 ,400 lliiiihrrt. (In'nntl. HI) ail 11.1113 ..1(13 .lohn.ten. nroeklin 70 alO 60 114 .s.17 llelliirher, (h'rase 78207 411011 ,JJ7 llrlmea. dhlcage. 73 373 Bl fl7 .337 f , v i', LMiKwi VET AND YOUTH IN RING yaA Utility WVvyWtf.WiirtrJfrXnttaMaltanWalaMa BiP'iM VSE' LaBSaaLH .m:-, -, JBnwtinnnBknnnnnnnw4'l?nTnnnnnnnH aaHF ' SMlHESSBaHEiilKaaaaE H JiaiiHraaaaaWMPlPlsH hi 'l 'p K'"' .!. V$m : 4H4v9s ft &tj3rwH 1 M&. '-' SlKaBK' A i is ' ZyHateta 'K 9daBiHaaaaaHHallHalaB SM:'''' 'SVdBVaVaBaVaVaVaVB ''VBVaVK IjKMv-;; 'SvXlBSVBVBVBVBfli OSffflfBVBfl mBW " , : '''Hal SBaBSB'. SH' '.vBmi rnnnnr ' T nnnnnVnnnnnlnV ' ?a' nHL$vnnnnnf 1 f-Bwf''3 " SBW VsbVmbVmVmJ'''? MBSBM-'JBiBC' taWS-'VaVfiVaf iBHBvaVaWaWaWaVaP'LVaBvftkMKB) 'BIb.'- , HKHf JjHHHb Hh; ' :4bbbbBHvk -:Bw IBBsVBsBLBk" ' AvBBVBBVKh" 'It B: tBBBBBBpBBB - V's8BBBBbiJSB Harry Greb, (right) Amerlcnn light heavyweight champion, and Temmy Loughran, the pride of Philadelphia, battled for eight rounds last night. Although Greb wns entitled te the decision Letighrnn gained in prestige by his wonderful showing GLENSIDE HIPS PLAY SM TH NINE Suburban Team Will Oppose Stere Beys in Return Base ball Game Tonight Z0PHI PICKED TO TWIRL Husy Tuesilny fnces thr. twUlght basehall tennis, with nil the leading teems in nrtien either home or nwny One of the big games of the night I" the j ,ide, Vhninplans of . , nnd Marshall K. I contest between (liens; the Suburban I.engue Smith, nt Tenth null Uutlcr strrcts. Thee clubs came together last Friday, at Clenside, nnd the Suburban champs wen after n close bntt'e, .T te 1. Manager Jehn M:iv. of the store team, has delegated Hill Zephl te toss 'em ever for the Smith boys. Zephl hns hurled in seven giimes for the former city rlinmpieus and turned in ns many victories. His most icvrnt font of note iwas le pitch iiKJilnt Ilrneklawn en both Snturduy nnd Sun day and turn in vlctmies. lie will be opposed by "Dec" Twining, who hns hni.ln1 Cllnnatfln in tot efnl liellfllltltS.. .low Dniitln Is lifter rovpnee. TIlC -i i. ..., - nn,-n aa.lti. T. I.l.x.lwt. . i Vl(lttiwintli iiiiiniiULT ill lAiiuii iririiii ii .i.vu ii and Rockland, nnd the IntteVbernnie ' tlreil seerine runs. ltrldeblirg wns en ! the same grounds en Friday with Nash ville (Hants nnd repeated. The colored .players were gurstb nt IVildevbur . cm Snttirdnv ami hnudet Hilly lilln ! h nut iimium !.' .. - te-li M'th.nU. Dniiiln yfhys bej s n Downtewners te Ilnttle Fleisher nnd the Smith PliiN mi te It again en the .vemers' Held nt Twenty -sixth and Heed btrrets. These ilvnls nre contestants for the downtown chnni- pienship. nnd te date have split own cm four sanies. The Spue wen m home mid the .vemers proved best mi the let nt ... : .. i tV i . ....... ti . fi i weniy-sixin nnu iiceu mm-ims, mi m WHICH menus mill Hie mini in in vii- Iterlnus will hne the het of the series, i "I(eftv" Xelen Is nil set fur another ' big crowd, the sumo lis lust night, when llilldale was plnycd. I 1 ' llurney Slaughter nvs the I. It team i hns fctriick Its t-tiide after the Uctery 'ever Fleisher im S.ilmdin nnil the ,111111' heys aie nt liiiine at Pift -fourth and Elmwood avenue with Chester. Kris Lord has n fast club nnd ene thnt N popular with the funs. "IJeds" Mil .TiiiiiKiiii'r, Kensington mid Ilnlidi Mnlnr. who nlnteil tvvii kPtiu.illennl eenlONts Inst ''week, nre nt It tignln en 'the motorists' field ut Fertv-seentli nnil Sprine streets. Last Frlicn these i lulis tint . . . j .. , r, i r - ,01 '" n '" I "I"1 "." "l " "7 . '" ' ";.,'",; 1'tiiin ttiants new nhn en TuesdnjH ami I liiirsilays. 'Innlghts iitlr.ieiinii will be the Quaker City Mloemcr glr's. .... . . . . .- who play a snappy game of Imscbill. Shniinlun nt Sphas Hebrews nre at The Seuth Phllly Thirteenth and Jehnsen stteeln nnd as I It lias been nearly a week slum the rtpnns nave piayeu te a home ciewii m inni, imih ei iue icaius mar u.is neen ( " ' '" iran mm ii. is iii-uii siicccssfiil against the Sphas all eir, ' will be the attraction. The same learns battled last night. i i r. i i-i . ..... I c t iirti. ,.. - .i . week of hard games In meeting the vt , CMhellc Hieh Scheel youngster Xerth Phils at Thlrty-liftl, aiul Queen , .".'."fift JU'ThS. nr tnehefleli3m.nd,,?w'e: Inne. Uth the weavcis pitchers n hits ,we fei in, the team always, leeks geed .ml the fame holds geed with their nn- , Lnsnn A. . renuuered arshal K iinnentH tntilirlit tl.. Vmili I'l.iU Umi, hm'"1 nt l.larleenth and Rcrkland streets, lenuiis tenihiii, tlie .eitli I Ills. Metn (l te r, m,heu,h ,he ,10r(, m, -juthlt their have sonie high class huik'is nnirlil 11 te I). Pete Lisben . en ihJ another close and exciting enntet Is !'".' for Smith nnd hurled a nlc article of iLW.iltlng the funs cif Kant Palls when1 licse ancient ilvnls come together again. Ray and Murphy Win Irish Tryouts ChluiRe, July 11 Jelinnj Murph atnr Noire l).imi hleh Jiltnp-r and Je'h Itnv world ihainnen in ler had Hit's diff cu.ty In wlnnlmt their e.nta nt Hie ( h'caae tri t'ul for the Irish Olympic names te be held ln Dublin next Aucuat. Today's Independent Games and Yesterday's Results TODAY'S (IAMBS 'JHI'lale nt M. nnrnabna, Slxtr-flfth atreet ..in -.iiiinuuii nirntie. v...i.i.Sr,,,?"i '?"'. .' Allnntle City, nt ..I. ..riKi-mir iuih ir-)inrm sireeta, i i(, 'i'""'ri .?.' ,'it. I!""''", riftj-feurth " in 7 T7irr; Richmond and t.riiiiitii.v Airrrin, Seuth riiltlln nt nelfchrr. Twentr-Mrth nnd Kent afreet. r nhnnalinn nt Seuth I'hlllv Ilrbrena. Tlitr. terntli nnd .1011 inen hirreta. ICrntnatnn nt Ifnfrh lntn VM,.k nnd Wnlnut trret. PlMitcin nt Nnhillln r.lnnta. Elhteenth nnd Iteelilnnd KtrreM. North Philllra sit I)nben. Thlrty-flfth atreet nntl (lurrn lane. CilniiMe at Mnrahall K, lliiller Htreetx. Smith. Tenth and ltnlrHtewn nt Fex Moter Seventh atreet "'" nn Iir$lgg&t nt ru" Mndlwrn stnr rt urltnn. Serend anil Clear- Ot Clrrni.intetTti Chelten ntpnue nnd Mmcnnlln utrret. Ntnnchiirxt nt NeWnrmr. I and Vennnse atreela. liiijiioed nt Westen. Hnwnr nt Kenten A. A.. FrrnhUl I'ark. (Jframntewn l.lhiTty Jtnra nt .Media A. A.. Ftfty-nlntJi nnd Onterd ttrerta Clunker Clt llloenirr Girl at Weat rhlla- uripnin imnt, jenr-eiintn nna llrnwn htrref, Nerthenat A. A. nt Frnnkferd rlloir rlleir Jnrlictx. Frnnkferd ntenue nnd I'ratt atreet. i-,. a. I . iuicne. -irriien a liennantewu nt .Inrlnen, Thlrteentli "il Jnhnaen tr-i .Sertlen II. I.uzerne at ICIrrnted, Stztr-thlrd mill vtnlmit Htreeta. Nntlennl Hunk nnil TruM Leacur flimr- iintrn Truitt (ttmvuny at .inm National lliink. Tlntm Rreiindx, lillnili'lplilii Mil j lnrd Leocen NimiiI "Nltal V"- Vrra't.0T M.J "Wninc M.iuen i. i. ? S. Roeheater. ri m.i ii ii. I'lillnileliilil i tl ml It fl tl I n IT InvriMMnl ,r'113r "'' .1. K, niKiurii ai n, nt Hern fc liarrtarta. I'erlj.fcevrnlh nnd Spruce atretta. I.ST NICHIT'S SCORES HUliliUe. 3; lletMier. 2. StirinR lw. "I Nativity. 3. North I'lillllre, 4s llultlmere Ulnrk Snt, 2, I'ert.HBlilh Wnrd. Ot Mndlaen Star., 0. ,rl?-'S' - '"- B' - uenslnqum t'onsnicntlenal. 4i .1. a j. Dth - on. Dth - en. .1. .... . . ninncnurni, i.i tiiuhoeu. z. smith I'lillllr. 'i: Arilmerr. O. Ilrfjcr Ire renin. Ill Unit Phllndclpfala II-Mnra. 111. Ilrldmlniri: Hi Mount Carmel. a. Old Timers. Hi St. Culllatu. 7. Snhns. ri simnuhnn. 4. TiiIIii. 4i St. Henrv'a. O. C'dnslilieiUi'ii, Nt (llouereter. 5. l-iik-iin. Hi Mamhtll K. sjnillh. 8. Ilucliiinu'li (Hunts. 4i Stenton, 1. NnrrlMtemi I'res. I0i Tarnmnn, s, Neivs of Independents Dnn Mpllnn, wlm auldca th deitlnlnv of me .niiwnii' unfi-DTii raumi. announce that h lwis lmed neicral new plaer ler .Nfttiflfm. iiih iuin. nnu wiu iii maun ineir nmt np reainnee nualnit .1lenetiiirt at I and Ve nango Hti " h tenlpht TIih ninvcemiri! nin Mel.umtlilln Just reiurned from Jnrkaon Jnrkaen lllc I)eIp from Itllhrnnnd and Menell, of Mirahnll II. Smith dtnnehurat and Netaaema ln, clnaheil tfere hut the Weet rhtltidel phlniis wen l a llir fifth Innlnu, nnd Noia Neia Noia reine Ik nflei recn;e Munzer and filrch will lie the bitt.ry for the home team. A Krnriner, ninnaser of Krjiter.e Tele Dlnine, l wcnrlriit a bread and expanalve . smile He Iuih been en u hunt for home I crnundi for n Ions while, nnd haa at Inat nuccuede.l in luieklne up nt KranUferd Junc tion. He new wants te ekchanite datea with I'urlliin. Mlnneu.1. Knvwoed, wotslnaheme. Knrty-elKhtli Wind Wlldoed and teama of thit cnllber Oiher djlea nre July 32. 27 and JO. Address A Kraemvr. Keyatene Telephone lempjii), .sixteenth anil Summer atreeti. Ili'fnre the lnrcet crowd of the e-asen. Rlentun I l;l i'I'I.i us beaten en Ita home grounds r.t I'hll Hllenn and Mmgreva siieeta Inst night h the Ilechnrach aianta Tle'llnnl m'ere iii 4 t(t 1 The centeat was replete lth thrills nnd aa nlae a soed box duel betvei Wilsen of the home team nnd Kles, f ih" mlters The wonderful work of Creekpti in comer fii.1 r.. .,.. .w'n,?."".,!l".ll.'l!" cr""'1 cn "" f'et en ""r i inv i".iii9 ii a IJirtrnm I'nrk ruih'il the unexpected by I nt I rnnkferd r.nui, and nrka urui t the score of IS j 4 Paul Harper waa en the mound for the laltnra nnd aet the home team down with three hits Johnny Cnatle'a Shnniihan Club Buffered another reieree l-.at nliht nn Its home field It wni the Seuth rnlll Hebrews who ad mlnlitercd the dcfer.t nnd It waa n hair line ene ii ts I rieth t-ams come threuah with inn tame number of hit eleven. Kach nine nlte ned two twlrlers. Maene and Mackln working for the lowers and Miller nnd i'aasen delns the work for tha win ners ...-.j ,; Biimi te lift-cigi ' nltinme Deiucnrrtl'a twlrllna nna tee mueh for Wlldwoed nnd Stonehurst added anethsr ' th winning side cf Its ledrer nt hth and WMnut etre-n. Deueherty. a .nen ler nin inretiea. waa un- iinuw'ii" in in" I'lni-n r.nu ii'a teammatea 1uu luIII, Tire Allen win In form nalnst Ardmore nnil the best the Main Liners could de waa four blnslea off IiIh delivery and tha Seuth Phillies acsied a L'-le-O shutout lclery eier Je.. Julllndn'H pruteiieti. I'n Alolor nnd Mlnnewn plaed a Ave. innlne came and the reunt wns knotted al ,1 nil nt ihe flnl.ih Pulch alarrcil for the inetmlsts while Imhoff who nccepied fle hint chr.nccs at ehert. featured for Minns- K?Slf M'lii vJfvf 1.A ViJIlcUll if FANS SURROUND LOUGHRAN HOME Friends of Yeung Boxer Spend Night Cheering Their Here After Greb Beut SEND FLORAL TRIBUTES Seuth Philadelphia Is all ngng ever the prospects of having n boxing cham pion In ifa midst. The showing of Temmy Loughran against Harry Orel) nt the Phillies' Ball Park last night hnn the downtown ritlxens men, women and children gossiping nbeiit their Adenis neighbor, who Is te he "the greatest fighter In the world," they think. About two theusnnd persons nwalted the home coming of Loughran nt his residence, nt Seventeenth nntl Illtner streets, after the mntch Inst night. The crowd sent up nn ear-spllttlng yell for Temmy when he mndc his nppenrnitcc with his spnrring pnrtner, Johnny Mc Laughlin. The nlneleen-yenr-eld lad wan called en time nnd ngnln for n speech, but Temmy only smiled his np np prcciatlen of the tremendous ovation no was being accorded. The St. Menica's Naval Hattallen Band, which paraded te the bull park for the contest last night, playing nil the way nleng llrend street, letreced Its steps nfter the bnttle, the young musicians plnylng with even mere than their wonted spirit. All nleng the route te the home nf Loughran hundreds of admirers of the young beier fell Inte line se thnt Itft ner street was virtually pneked with the boxer's friends. While Lntighred, who evidently wns overcome by the demonstration, could net snv mere than "Thanks; I'm happy you all nre glad." there were several ether speeches mnde. But the crowd was satisfied. Until fi A. M. the frenzied fans kept up a continual cheer for their favorite. Flow ers were sent te Temmy and lings were raised In his honor It wns a giret nlgbt. This morning at 0 o'clock -evcral hundred fans resumed their enthusiasm nt the Loughran home, nnd it would ap pear that n holiday had been declared In Seuth Philadelphia. SU2ANNEJfVjNs"AGAIN Advances In Mixed Doubles With O'Hara Weed Wimbledon July 11. Pnt O'Hnrn Yoed nnd Mile. Suzanne lenglen. of Frnnce.'teday wen their match In mixed doubles in the international gra's court championships from M. Washer, of Belgium, and Mrs. Warburg. The score wns 0-2, 0-1. Randelph Lycett. of (Jrcat Hrltnin. nnd Miss Elizabeth Rvnn. of fnllfnr. nin. holders of the international tennis chnmpienehip in mixed doubles, defeat ed W. C. Crawley and .Mis Kathleen Mehnne. of England. The score was 4-0, 0-3. 6-3. In men's doubles. Gerald Patterson, winner of the men's singles champion ship, and Pnt O'Hnrn Weed. Aus trnllan. defeated Wnsher nnd Watsen, the Belgian pair. 0-3. 7-.ri. 3-11. (i-1. GREENLEAF HAS BIG LEAD Pocket Billiard Champien Wins Second Bleck Frem Weed Ralph Oreenleaf. world's pocket bll- i Hard champion, last night wen the see. , end block of his 1200-pelnt match fiem Artuur weed at the .National Aca emv. The champion took the mntei. t three innings by the score of 10:.' te ' 27. He had n run of 00. I In the first block the aenre fnvnre Greenlenf. 100 te 71. making the total for th'e two blocks, 202 te IW. Amateur Sports The E.int Klrrrten Club, recenrt . I.i horn, (latrs In .lulv nnO August nrt-n It Stockton. Kast ntvertnn. N'. J. Phene RH Pr eon m j OljTlipla A. C. slxtcsn-elghtecn yrr. travelln Eusrne Clay, l'30'i rililclnteri stre-t. Te Northern Tlub rtfiatd v.T-.mn rn Sunday by the score of .1 tJ 4 Teinis untit Ins te book this attrautlen .nn obtain Main by wrltlne Jeseph Miller. lilO Norih hlxth inn iiusirr t hid, nrst clas nay najs. Sundajs nna twlllsht tani' I 11'ill.J W.rjtuj. -..O'l atltr 4 )' A) IVrttmerrlnnil ( lul. first rKw traielna nren .lutes this month Jehn 1intm .-.IT t " PBtmoreland street. Phem, Ivnelmi ten H777 J. ( rritrhard A. ('. -wsllepcil thn Vatlenai A i In n slusTJlng bp en SunJiv In the score of 10 te T The Acnliuvt Cilthellr Cluli sienecl th- i Husten Telepherl) nine's strenk by the score of ?, te t. Anuln-s his n-xt Saturdnvl "rn m. .IU...O i.-uri-. Mtrsub. is.-.ii iini) ITin Inilliinn 1'rcfr.lennN. first ass trnwllne .lates in Jul v nnd Ausust v; n I"T,'.Mi"vl"L l4ViX2rth Marnhall atreet. The Old )Ork Club, nrst clasn. horre or v , H Mehr. aiOl Emerulil stt et Hmtrrn r. C. stepped ths Tln'-um II C cin Sundn; -'ter ths Intmr hJ sered fem teen streljht wins I we nrM.ilK. nutllelilrrt would n.uui-vi. .if. j. liraiTin'l ("lull I -ri I. ) piny the nrst huIc n.illpUixrs ITl'i Mir. flln street. i. .. .... .. . ...... t.tv niiBin-f i. . uieRiri .vei.icm ..." nurp t.i i' in i un rftiurun Publlr .Scheel of Ofllrr Irulnlm:. !- r Isas. trnelln Jeseph ne.nth.il Mm Wlnclrlm avenu.' iiercine i-reirssinnais, nrst rln trre inrr. jiuy in una ii k Clark lelT Hen) street. The Kenten . A. and P. e s nf a Ne 77. nines plneU te a .'te-2 dcjclleik In t Ine lnnlntrs un .Sunday l'nschnll 1!. C. aild-d another win i n already lore list hv defeating llult In in score of 3 te 2 in a fast seen-!nn nc biuii CAMBRIA A. C. Frankfenl ,e. , (Vimlirlct Nt. FK1IIAY KVK.. JI'I.V It. IDJ' OI'h.V-AIR IIOXlNc' VIXCRNT I.OPKZ T. JAtKli: ri.ARK BASEBALL TODAY SniOB PARK. SlsT AND 1.1:111011 A IC nei'ni.K-iirfAnvHFiitsT iimp. i-te ATHLETICS vs. DETROIT RrMrrrd Sects at OlmbeU' und Spnldlns's famous siNcr. mas GOOD'S Deg Seap Inriseriting, lleillliful, Refmhinj Kills fleas cure manse prcxents trans mission of disease nnd ermln Pro motes luxuriant growth of hair. Excel 'en: fe- srale AT UP-TO-DATE DRUOBISTS KVERnVHBnE .TAMFb GOOD Ine . PMIsdelrhla "Wells Hats Wear Well" Straws Fer $2 Best Makes Fresh from Factories GEORGE B. WELLS 1315 Market St. and 2715 Germantown Ave. i- .JniM'tEFil wq- Runs Scored for Week x In Three Big Leagues NATIONAL LEAHUK TslTllTIW TFSltl New Yerk. . 23 I I 211 Cincinnati.. 9 11 20 Chicago.... 7 4 11 Plillllcs .... 3 7 10 Pittsburgh .i 7 7 St. Leuis. .. 4 4 Bosten .... 2 0 . 2 Brooklyn ... 1 1 AMERICAN LEAGUE 3I.MTTWT'F'S'TI Washington, till 2 ir Detroit .... fl 7 13 Cleveland .. 0- 0 St. Loul. .. 8 8 Bosten .... 8 8 New Yerk . . 7 , 7 Athletlrs ... ft 5 Chicago .;.. 2 1 2 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE I SIM, TWT FjHi'ri itocfiester 28 Syracuse . . . Baltimore .. Newark .. . Jersey City. Terente .. Buffalo . . . Reading . . -I4 il.t -111 t.ii ii 'n I 0 I Eg'; HARVARD AFTER GLENDON Coach of Annapolis Is Sought as Tuter of Efl Oarsmen Cambridge, MaM.. duly 11 Alex ander II. I.add, dr., cnptnln-elect of the Ilnrvnrd crew, met with the mom mem bers of the Graduate Advisory Com mittee for a discussion of the rowing situation at the university. That no formal steps were taken re gnrdlng the policy for the coming year was the htntement made after the meet ing by Francis Lee Hlgglnsen, former captain, and member of the committee. t wns a perfectly informal gather ing nt which Captain -elect I.add met the members of the graduate body," Mr Hlgglnsen said. "When a titan takes up it new job he naturally wlihes te become hotter ucqunltiti'il with these te be associated with him. That was the object of today's session." . It is generally understood, hewcer. thnt Dr. R. Heber Howe, dlioetor of rowing, will net be th" active leach ne.vt t-ensen, hut will retain his position ns dliectnr. This Is pnrtiallv the wish of the der - ter. The Rowing Committee Is believed te be serieuslv considering an offer of the nesi te Richnrd Glenden. who hn" coached with such great success at AnnnpeU. Life Guard Shirt pure Marshall E. 7j fd R fi"w J ' il1'7li8te SH DHjjBBCjjSSlLw1 usur sTL I Men's . 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'US I Cf w ( 1 if V54 j (WW H $4 V ", Bl All men's oxfords, both summer and winter weights sports type and white buckskin are reduced CLAFLIN, 1107 Chestnut Storm Closes S P. M Saturday All Day IP ' ",, Other Philadelphians Win in Rhede Island State Terf nla Tournament SUMMARY OF FIRST DAY VANNEMAN LOSE! AT PROVIDED Providence. R. I.. .Tulv 11. Feature ,.& mntehna In rninnetltlnn for the RhOtM'W Tslnnrt Rtntn lnwn Cnnnls olinmnlenshlPjW".J: ---' -' - ,- -r i-H scheduled for tedny follew: 1 P. At. Phillip Bettens, CallfernhV vs. R. M. Vail. New Yerk. 2:30 P. M. Phil N'eer. California... ts. If? P. Ilnmmen. New Yerk. ' 4 P. M. Winner of Vincent Rlch nrd-IL C. .Inhnsen match vs. Jainpr M. Dnvies. fhllfernln The first day's play In the champion Mnnv spectators filled the large grand ,'). ! ktnnrls nnfl wltnoRseft nme fine tennlB.P' . (The perfect ta nnd the fact that thert 'M were no rem upsets mane un- nrri. unj bj big success. '' All the rhllndelnhians name through Vccpt Marshall vanneman. Jr.. whb was defeated by .1 D. Ewlng. N1jj Yerk. In a long-drnwn-eut match, 4-BJ 1 0-4. 03. v Tmlx Bi.ldle ndvnnced te the thlrfj round with rn-n bv defentlng W Dinsj woedle. New Yerk. 0-0. 0-1. nnd thWtJ defeated K. V, Beagan, rrevidence. in. , the same manner Craig Is pin vine geed tennis end hl will nipt likely make an interesting j match with etixn Sliiinlzu in the next round. His son Crnlg Blddle, dr.. who' played en the Princeton freshmen; j tennis tram this venr nnd who mnkeil the seventh Phllndolphien entered here,, is also plnving nt the top of hi game.' .Veil Chapln. brother of A. H, riinnln .lr. 101 New Knelnnd Infer.' collegiate tennis champion plnied wH ' ngalm-t Carl Fiher, one nf PhilncleN1 phln's st.irs Carl, however, served' I well, wai Hccurnie nt th net and proved tee treng for the young New Unglnml boy nnd defeated him G-2 0-3 Philadelphia's two old tennis de. j pendents, who. of enure, should always head the list, are in opposite brackets, The 1 1 1 t . William T Tilden. 2d, just n;1ded the nntlennl rlny court tennis i crown te bis long list of titles. He wen his I'hm match by default nnd will piny K A. Hill. Providence, today, The second dependent, Wallace F. .lohnsen. will piny II. Guild. Bosten, and should hate no tieuble in winning.. Bathing Suits wool worsted $2.50 va-rn in tlie water, c'ry en the beach, comfortable In or cut. 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