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fPfFVWf TTss3e-,, AAdaaj.Ljrwy ;" "Vi .V ''VWV AN "T1 wr !43i PPfWp!? I aW ' ji! VSSl i EVENING; PUBLIC LEDGERPmDADELPHIA, . TUESDAY, .' AUGU&T 22, 1922 74 ,t'lltHia 8000 Fans Saw Chester and Seuth Phils Clash, but the Expected Boxing Beut Wasn't Staged' b- .15 t( ,:l tip IwH Hi rV : CHESTER BEGS PARDON OF SOUTH PHIL FANS; TRIMS RUDOLPHIANS Everything Was Levely at Shetzline Park Except the Ball Game, Which Was Much te the Fremagc, Ending When SHETZLINn TARK, en the margin of the benutiful boulevard that runs through Varcvllle from the Southwestern trolley line te Uncle Sam's Navy Jltnl at League Island, h a Una plant, which Is elang for some place. We Dpenlt with conviction because last evening we were the twilight guest f Bill Itudelph and Jack Ileden. who unanimously nnured us that Shetzline lark Is the most pretentious kwball enclosure south of Market street. When the manager and the publicity agent of the Seuth Phillies are unanimous en ny given subject they must he right. , Certainly net Mnee the daj.s of the old Union Association and Jumbo Park has there been an thing In the peuthern section of our fair city that approached the home of the Seuth I'lills, and even the old-timers admit the Bread and Klglcr field has nemcthlng en Jumbo for comfort and appointments. And the gemes; what Philadelphia baseball fan has net teen or nt least ard of old Jack Clements, the famous southpaw catcher of the Phillies, ,These specialty was blocking the runner at the plate nt the risk of a broken fmkln or werv. Clements was graduated from the Union Apsocintlen. In thece days the games were battles for bleed, but the best efforts of the August piewera and their opponents was In nc nay superior te the quality of light ing game vthlrh one sees nightly in Shetzline Park. M KE last iceek's encounter letieeen Chester and the Seuth Phils n) an example. That conflict Jtckus he kneus. Added Attractions (VTOTHING like having an ndded attraction. If a baseball fan can witness ILN n boxing match In connection with an exhibition of the national pastime (without additional expense he hasn't any real kick coming. Maybe that's uliat lured the Heck of cah customers te the Seuth Phillies' playground last nlgl.t. It was Chester that put the punch In the game last Sreek and It was Chester that lined up against the Itudelphlans Inst night. The crowd was there ready for the game and everything. We asked BUI Hudelph hew many patrons were present and he replied: ("Don't knew. Yeu sec I count the runs, hits and errors; Juck Iteden figures Pe attendance." As we entered the stadium we were impressed fej its acreage The park la sq big they had te build a fence all around It te keep the etitlicld from petting lest In the meadow a or falling Inte the back channel. There uas a fleck of jeung men present who directed the customers te tbelr seats. Jim Tallman, who Is a strong boenter for the Seuth Phils, told pa these jeuths were the Beard of Directors. Jim knows a let of wise cracks. During the progress of the first Inning keine one en the home tenm, glancing toward the Navy Yard, saw a sailor wigwagging from the fighting top of a battleship. Immediately be was suspected of tipping Chester off te (the Seuth Phil signals. Just as Itudelph was about te train his batteries en the suspect a search Jlfht investigation disclosed the fact that he was holding a speechless conversa tion with a mermaid who was powdering her nose en the banks of the swim ming peel adjacent te the ball park. LOOKIXG ever the creicd tee missed Jim my Hunter ftem his usual grandstand teat. With the iid of a peuerful field plats and n flight sticteh of the imagination ee iccre ennbhd te see Jimmy tuning up in the Velodreme at Point Hrceze for Thursday night's races. Apology Frem Chester ITUST before the battle began, Umpire Zaln net Rckus rend u letter from U the Chester Club te the fans of Seuth Philadelphia. Chester asked te be pardoned for the commotion it caused August 17, and snld it would like te ttgaln the geed will of the Shetzline Park rooters. The fans cheered because most of them failed te hear the ump and didn't Jkaew what It was all about. But It seemed like geed news se they applauded ptnd the motion was carried. Even BUI Itudelph and Jack Hedcn agreed fWIn. Eijjht thousand fans and a gang of automobiles ncrc present nt the gam audi as It whs. Jt lasted just six and a fraction Inning'', but In that time twenty-four uns were scored Chester (kote the most lunncrs uriesM tbr plate, se the (Seuth Phils lest. Recapitulation : . Chester 0 4 :t 0 0 013 14 2 1 Seuth Phils 4 0 1 0 1 211 11 2 There were a number of service area, but they came from the Navy Yard kad counted In the box office, net the box score. All the batters tried te knock the ball ever the fence. Twe of them Ceceeded. Ad Swlgler, the Chester speedster, and Teny Pattqucrella, who Ips around first base for the home club, slammed the pill for homers, pwlgler also hit one in the seventh, but as the crowd rushed en the field, and the umpire called the game en account of darkness bis second wallop didn't count. The Seuth Phils pitchers certainly led a fast llf In fact, the were se jfast In ruining and ft'iln that the fans almost lout count of them. Four regulars were uwl and cxen then 15III Itudelph, uhe'e tossed them up when the b'euthwark Club was a pup. almost wus fere-d te mount th hill. Bill !i-eell started. lie lasted eni- and a half innings. His hesi tating style of pitching failed te feel Brls Lord's crew, and after issuing four free tickets, two hits and four runs, he was janked before he gave the park way. imPIRE SMITH heaved a sigh IS lie had been side-stepping low tcss serving them up, and he saw a TTtRED ZOPFI (alias Zeph!) walked Inte the box. Jee Josephs then decided jV te give the Seuth Phils a rest, se he hit Inte a double play. This time the whole crowd sighed in relief Herb Steen was the first batter for the Phils, but he must have been up there for practice. He fouled se many balls that Secretary-Treasurer Harry pPrettymnn warned him net te cause the club nny mere expense by losing the jkersehtde. He fanned en the next ball just te be obliging. After Zephl was socked out of the box Jacksen took his place. Jack was at Improvement, but was forced te give away te n plnch-hltter Herb Steen, who went In the box In the seventh, didn't pitch a full inning before the game was called. Fair fans were much In evidence When Johnny PepleskI was about te wing at one of Pitcher CiingrasV sheets, a feminine voice In the stands piped : "Hey, Johnny 1 wbat're you deln' here?" I ... PEP turned around te see if the lassie uas calling him. and Gingrass shot the tail eier the plate for a stnke. Johnny meaning Pep doesn't knew yet the identity of the maiden, out he knows he grounded out. Carttvright's Bad A'etw JIMMT FItYEIl and Eddie O'Keefe. well-known in the boxing world; Charley Bradshaw. Jee Mlllrr. Teny Antheny. Jee Aaronsen, T. H. Kraycr, Wesley Vaughn, Pete Kane, lils brother. Jee, and a fleck of ether tabid fans suddenly had te light their smokes In the seventh Inning. Fryer, from his scat In the preas coop, volunteered thn Information : The field's a little dark," he said, "and they're just supplying the necessary light te allow the battle te go en." Geerge P. Cnrtwrlght. president of the V. B. A., arrived late. He Drought with him Larry Sommers and a suspension for BUI rtersen. Bill learned he wouldn't need his uniform for nt least two weeks. Jake Munch, Brls Lord and Aljau also were informed that they had been fined. Of course, all of the Chester players mentioned smiled sweetly at Cartwright and thanked Dim. WE HAD nine VleVfrt en the rr the batboy, after the game. ieeuia nave scored in every inning knoekid them for a reic of siphons." TRAIN OUT OFJOWN LUflhran, Waener, Tlplltz and Brown Are Working Hard A quartet of the halt a score star crappem billed te put en top-notch motion at the Phillies' ball park Thurs day nlfbt are doing their training out t town. They nre Temmy Loughran, who la te take en Gene Tunney in the flnal of the five eight-round numbers; Eddie Kid Wagner, narry Kid Brown and Je Tlpllti. Loughran is completing his. work for lib light-heavy weight contest ut Wild- oei, r. J., where nc has been In strict mini, boxing uaiiy with Johnny Mc- ijhuiia. fpIHa, Brown nnd Wngner nre en- $! at ueiance, in. J., wiieta Lew cot in condition for hli bhr with Champien Benny Leinard. wiu pair os witn jee J rftkH teuih BjiLtntApt, !&H1 Night Fell was a riot, a knockout. Ask Imp of relief as Grevell left a de. tails all the time the ex -Stockman chance te rest hit feet. hospital list," said Johnny Oekes, "If it team't for that Chester ter but crcn. B'e treuM have being paired with Pal Moren, the South ern lightweight champion, who is in this part of the country seeking the scalp of Benny Leenard. Wagner will clai.h with Lieutenant Earl Balrd, of San Francisce. Oeergc Chaney, the knockout king, Is scheduled te go en with Karl France, another California lightweight. St. Barnabas, 6; Delfleld, 2 TwelTK atraltht win make the record of aa the retult of Ita the St, Itarecbaa rlne I iMe-S win ever lllnl(l at Blxtl flfth atreat and Klinoed avenue lait night The I'arclty of hilt win the feature of the centeat lletweee the two tesma eleven hits were made, four wen te the winner and eeen te th leaira. rtetneld uaed three nltchera In trrlne te gain q victory, nUheuch only scvan nue ware made off the trio. Lit Brethers, 8; Camdan City, Lit Brethera again demer at rated Ita au. perlerlly. evtr Camden City laat nigni. I ta Inning 9 te T. SucceMlva. hlU by Flrnn. peer anil Biaugnter r regultad Utah winning f, rtimwa vt Nirtw. j au.l tuXZM I TO QUIT THE RING V Knockout King, With 12-Year Recerd, Intends Retiring by End of Year WANTS TO MEET DUNDEE By LOUIS II. JrFK WHETHER premise or threat, If boxers who have announced Inten tions te retire by the time the new jcar rolls around, nt least three star list men will be missed by the dear old public when 1022 pnsscs off Inte his tory. FIrt Benny Leenard, the champion hlmcelf, declared the bejlnnlng of 102Ti would tlnd him "among thec rclirtd." Then Johnny Dundee Fald he would write "finis"' at the bottom of his rec ord with the end of this year, and new Oeergc Chaney has come ettt with the same ort of n jam. "Yeu knew, twelve years Is n long time for a fellow like Chaney te be In the ring." s-nid Sammy Harris, minnger for Chaney. here recently "A fellow who steps In there and Is careful about net gettltig punched about a bit is net affected like Oceige, "Whenever lm ?ees te the pest Chane takes a let of chances te get ever his knockout. As a result Geerge Is a target for the ether bird's punches and he has been walloped hnrd and often at times, but usually coming out a winner In the end." Ills K. (). Punch Evident Early In Career Chaney. hlmelf, according te Har ris, 1r net at all anxious te bang up the mitts, but Sam believes that Geerge has done enough In the ring and ought te be ghen the privilege of sitting back new and giving mhiie of the ether fel lows nu opportunity te sock each ether around "But." said Harris meaningly. "I hardly think there eer will be another Geerge Chnnej." Geerge Henrv Chaney. born In Baltl Baltl Baltl more In ISM, started his clouting career during 1010. The southpaw developed into a knockcreut almost Im mediately, and his record shows prob ably mere K. O.'s than an ether boxer of the present time. In his second yar as a cleveman, after scoring a total of fourteen knock outs, I'hniiry hnd his tirst experience of tasting n dose of his own medicine. Yeu in: Brltt steeping Geerge In six rounds That was jn mil. Fer the next five jrnrs Chancy went 'alens. nutting a mnieritv of his op penents te sleep, and seen earned the Kebrlquct of "Knockout King." In 1010, as a featherweight, the Baltimore battler, shaping up like a. dangerous contender for Johnny Kllbanc's title, was sent after the crown nt Cedar Point. O., but J. Patrick knocked out Geerge In the third round. This was the second time Chaney was put te sleep. Retains Punch r.s Lightweight Boxer Net discouraged b his failure te win the featherweight laurcls. Chnnej , after it rest, went beck te n-ticunliig anil, i resumed putting the ijiiletus en n let I of his fees. (Seerge giilneil in weight ami began meeting lightweights In 1017. ! Twice In 1010 Chaney wns spilled for the ten toil, each time in this city. Lew Tendler- did it In a round and Jee Tlplltz followed suit in three. Shortly after this Geerge ran up a string of something like a dozen con cen con hecutlve knockouts. Before hanging up the gloves Chaney is anxious te get another crnck at the junior lightweight title, and Sam llniris Is trjlng tc clinch a match with Johnny Dumlie before the md of the jcar BENNY BASS EARNS ' DECISION OVER NELSON Lecal Beys Ge Eight Fast Rounds at the Shere Atlantic City, X. J., Aug. 22. Un corking nn attack that had bis tee gucitslnR both from the long nnd short range, Benny Bbbs, Philadelphia's ban tamweight sensation and former ama teur champion, earned a decision ever Jee NeUen, another Quaker City mltt- i slashing wind-up of the NerthsldcClub, muii, nere mm luicut in mc eiKui-reumi . Referee Harry Krtle was forced te I step the tussle In the fourth round te mnke Ndsen wipe grease from his body. Neither Bass nor Nelsen displnjed any Iefl for eueh ether In the bnttle. which was fully enjejeil by the gathering. The bout was stamped as the best seen here In months. I Allcntewn Jee Cans completely out- classed Burt Green, of Washington, ....... -..... t..v.i.. Temmy Wilsen, of Philedelnhla. handed Billy Waltz, of Lancaster, a . hputing In eight rounds. Iee Shannen, I of the Ouaker City, and Lew (Kid) Curry, of thin city, rmifrtit a elx-reund , draw. Tem Farley, of Atlantic City, stepped Dick Perry, of Philadelphia, In the second round. i HARRY WILLS KNOCKS OUT JACKSON IN SECOND ROUND i Southern Boxer Toys With Newark I Heavyweight NmvarU, X. J Aug. 22. narry Wills, negre heavyweight, of New Or leans, lust night knocked out Buddy Jacksen, of Newark, after 2 minutes and 14 seconds of fighting in the second round of a twelve-round match. Wills toyed with Jacksen In the first I round, cufflnc him into every corner of the ring with shnrp hooks te the Jaw. ) Jacksen was unable te land a punch en his adversary. In the second round Jacksen dashed from his steel and attacked Wills In his , own iiirner. The New Orlenns negre I sent Jacksen hurtling' te the ropes with n right uppercut. then felled him for the count with right and left hndd imanhc4 te the jaw. Wills weighed 215 pounds and Jack Jack eon 104. 'CHASER BRINGS TOP PRICE Belle of Dryn Mawr Sold for $3500 at Auction Saratoga, N. V., Aug. 22. The nue nue tien Inst night at tha sales paddeel, consisted of the dlspenal of horses In training, stallions, breed mares nnd yearlings belonging te the Cnnterbuty Pnrm, nvMicil by J. Temple (fwnthuey, of Wnrrenten, Vn. Thirty head went under the hummer, bringing u total of ja2.0fll) The best price was obtained for the stecplechuser. Belle of Bryn Mawr, bought by W. L. Powers, acting as agent, for $.1,100. This is a black mare CHANEY THBEA N foaled In 1010. ' "fc -w At f ft ' HIS rigST REAL PAMTS - fr, K (wsu g i-V r a&ssjsaC. jlV -?& START WORK AGAIN T Reconditioning Courts at Ger Ger mantewn Cricket Club for Na tional Singles Tourney SPANIARDS WILL RETURN The "groundhogs" of the Germantown Cricket Club nre at it again. The turf courts are being eerhauled again for the untlnnal uluglcs championships, which begin at Mnnhclm September 8. Piny en the center courts during the Davis Cup final round "tie" disturbed the carefully nourished grnss some what, but daily the "groundhogs" will go ever the turf with n fine teeth comb and softly pat back into place the bits of earth tern up by the spikes of Pat terson, Weed, De Gemar and Alenzo. The work of re-conditioning the courts wnH started jesterday. nnd rWrrv day the small army of laborers will give them their attention. Before leaving for Bosten the Span i'.h plajers announced that they would leturn te Gcrmnnteun for the national singles. It wns their first intention te return te Spain Immediately after thej were eliminated from the Davis Cup, but they have been persunded te re main long enough te participate in the American championships. Considerable interest in being shown in the natlennls because of the unusunl number of foreign plnyen who will enter. The field will far outclass Wimbledon. Scries tickets nre being fold in advance at Heppe's, 1117 Client nut street, and applications also nr being received by Samuel Peacock, ldl Seuth Fourth street DEVLIN WINS Outslugs Kelly In Manayunk A. C. Beut Temmy Devlin, of Manayunk, out fought Dubter Kelly, in the twelve round wind-up last night nt the West Manayunk A. C. In the seml-wlndup Jee Bice put Mickey Brown te sleep In the fifth round of their scheduled twelve-round en counter. Brown was going well until he stepped Inte one of Bice s right : , v- j "Vrlie R e nutDelnted Bebby Burke I .n, nil V,n .. n- In the opening bout K. O. Tracey mnde geed his name by stepping Jimmy (irnsi n the first round with a savage left te the body. Scraps About Scrappers fili-TO IjiUe, who ni out of commlialen I btcaiite of ieeral fracturtd rlb. baa re- rerrrM nn4 ha Id in training for bout I with Jack Perry, at Albany. N. T. They will mi in a iwtiio-reunasr nexi .-.lenaay miai. raUr Merphr. a Wllmtnrten flywlgt, iun a defl le Tltnny Faicul. Murphy r fntly thawed wll In a bout with Tarrr MrOevern at the Cambria. Ha haa bn box Ids cenalatently at the Chester Club. Herb Ilatchle ! In fine fnrm for his bout tomorrow nluht He will met Yeung- K. O. Chary nt tne HIJeu Thrntre Hddle llaye nle hai Fllnky Kiufmen paired with Al llelttftian and Jehnnv Tully inntched with Tattling Abe Cehen. Thin la te be the Initial thou of m5-:'3 aeaaen t the Uljeu. Ilrnny Itnaa In Ova data tc will aDDear In his third bout Ave da tomorrow nlht when he tnclclea Joe McOeern at th I'i j'an a. a Adam Hvun haa arranged an all-bantam uregram with ether number aa follewa Jimmy Lav enter va. Ilenny Pascal. Artie McCann a Len Ulbbena, Yeung Tem Sharkey va. White llurka, and Sam ray Willie va Oeerse Mulli gan. Sam niartdaien la booked for the wlndm at the Cambria Friday nla rnaay mint. 1111 oppei nen will be Jel.nnr liauba, or Wilmington. Ye euna LfeGeern will take en ieer a lie mar in the aeml-rrellma, Al Diner . Johnny Hnnla, Artle JleCann va Charley Mack and win Mickey Gelden va. Andy kartell Den trnrky) rlmn, local middleweight, ta irunnlnir for mstehea with anr of th Phila delphia tOO-peumler Marty N'eble, 108, and k atnblemate, of I'ljim'a, Is prepared te mk en Al Oorden. llebby Wolgast. Matty Deehter or Denny 1'aacal Harry Kllbnrn. writes Jark Valentine, and net Mlfkey Martell anibatltutcil for Dan Oar. tin and boxed a hard draw with Mlfkey Till. Ien at the Legan A A last week. Valentine ttatea Kllburn will be ready for any of the featherweight this fall. Harry Ifaahfr. irtA a. Drefean NtaTO amateur beier, haa utartxfl a profeaalenal rarttr and he I bains handlad by Jimmy Hall, of Kcnalnsten. Al niinrfr la training for two beula. TI la te mt Ilddle Mahencv at llaltlmera, Au. nuat 20, and Johnny Dalkaa at Atlantic City Laber Day Jtm Kennedr haa undartahrn tb mantica mnt of rt T.atxn, uptala rllrwelKh, who wnty na I)av Phade a tnurh tuaile I'eta plana pemlnt In Phllacl'luhla for bouts with the Icndln- 147-peundera hire Tlm Urenrr la krerlnir In ahapa for tha fall rumpalun He will maka hla drat atari of the rrrular arnaen nt Atlanta Ga., Aucuai 81 aealnat Xlatlllnn Iludrl. and one weel( later will meet Illlly Antelo at Harrlaburs, rk Miller, Manayunk havywel-ht. la In flrat-rlaaa ahae and laauea a cballenxa ta wva aene, ON MANHEIM UR BREAKING INTO THE BIG LEAGUE Five Leading Batsmen in Each Majer League AMKHIt'AN (I. PlKlrr. st. ixruls . lis obi. Detroit .. 101 Hpe-iker. Lletttnnit.109 ifrilnwn". Itro 112 Ceslln. Wiulilnittiiii (!J I.KAGL'E A. II. It. II. 401 IIS 187 loe in is: 4e:i an 149 4 JO HI 140 .05 .Ml! .870 ..147 .840 tOH NATIONAL LEAGUE (I. A.U. H. II. r.r. .879 .80.1 .8(18 .363 .302 llerntbr. H.I-euIi.llO n,lnui f.lilfttiKn. .101 812 74 ISA flernejt I'ltUlmrrh SI X1A 86 101 nt 81 bltbee. ritUibursh.109 442 10 100 STYLES1EC0RD Western Marathon Gelfer Plays 198 Heles in Fifteen Hours. Walks 53 Miles Spokane. Wash., Aug. 22. Stand ing records en "marathon golf" ere challenged by Arthur B. Velguth, of Spokane, who jesteidaj played twenty two times around the Spokane nine hole course. He walked, It Is estimated, fifty-three miles. The nflicl.il length of the course alone Is 282(1 jnrds. Velguth started at 4:20 A. M after n breakfast of half a pint of cream and four raw eggs, and played continuously until 7:20 P. M. He ate nothing dur ing the playing time. He mnde 100!) strokes en the 108 holes, nn average of seventy -one strokes an hour. The Mnrnthener's playing tlme wns n ahadc under forty-one minutes en each round. His enddy took nil available short cuts and finished in geed condi tion. Yesterday's play was VelguthV long est. His former mark of sixteen rounds was challenged bv depesterN of the Yerk Ile.id Ceuntrv Club, near IMiiliulelnhln. , who eited the rererd of ISO holes In a single daj. mnde by Kdward Sljlea, July 11, 1, 1910, and Velguth did jester-! wnrk n n rinlv werK as n repiy. day s Beets and Saddle Sarstesa, Serines. N. Y.. Aug. 22. The Adirondack handlcnp for two-year- olds furnislica the feature for Harntoge today. Bud Turner, coupled with Cur tis, should win tuts siiike rer tne uan uan recas stable. Cherry Pie and Beys Be lieve Me appear best of the ethers. Horses which nppenr best In ether races arc First race Thessaly. Miss Cerina, daddy. Second Guclph, Lucky Antonin. Flannel Shirt. Third BridrMiinn. Fairway, Adenis. Feurth1 Bud I.erner. Cherry Pic, Beys Be- , Here Me. Fifth Iteulette. Bill nnd, Coe, Catherine Mnrrnne. Sixth Oal- , lant Man, Irish Brigadier, Heulette. ' At Windser First rate, Magikcn, Topmast, Zack Terrell. Second Top Tep Top unge, Buckwheat, Dr. McArthur. Third Chlnris, Dalluhm, Witch Flower. Fourth Bedstone, Pnsternl Swain, Finery, Fifth Cnrraandale, Feylance, Tep e' the Morning. Sixth American Bey, Olaymore, Knrriulte. Seventh Terklst, Ilarry Burgeync, Topmast. Harry Payne Whltiy, who sold Ceshawk te G. F. Cochran for $40,000. likely will nccept the Cochran offer of , S12.1.000 for Bunting. Mnny believe Ituntlntr tlie prmnl t net tlm mnnrlnf . ,".? I e'lun,iT,I nl, "", Miperipr, of Whisknway. Indications are that August Belmont will refuse te pell Mes senger at anv price, lie rcruscd $100, 000 from Mr. Whitney for the Fair I'lav colt, and Intends te run him next In the Belmont I'nrk Futurity In September. VELGUTH BREAK Fer sundry reasons- tf&fc this bargain JM Life iw'lJm mtW Pure Worsted Guaranteed Dyes Marshall E. Man's, Furnishing (Inrpertel) 724 Chtnut Street Covvrieht, tOtt, tv PuMle LtSetr Company SCHUYLKILL NAVY Passes Resolution In Hener of Lecal Athlete's Victory in Nationals CONDEMNS "MATCH RACES" A resolution for Paul Costelle, of Vesper, the new national singles fcull- I ing champion, settling up of the finances of the national regatta, a resolution I condemning se-called "match races" In open regattas, and plans for the Mid dle States regatta in Baltimore Laber Day comprised the chief buBlucss. or the special meeting of the Schuylkill Navy Beard, held last night at the Hetel Walten. Cestelln's fctlrring victory in the championship rnce of the national regattn was generally npplauded. nnd n lesolutleu similar te that given Jack Kelly some time age was presented te Costelle. The victory of the Arundel Be.it Club junior double was confirmed, nfler some question had been raided us te whether or net thnt crew was u junior crew, it appeared thnt the Arundels earlier In this season had rowed in the Southern Association regatta nt Itleli Itleli mend, and out of that the discussion nrese. An Arundel qund crew and a Poto mac B. C. crew were entered In the quad race. The Potemncs withdrew. Arundels ugreed te row ti spcclnl match race if the Hichmend Club would patch up it crew. That wan done. Twe of the men of the Arundel eunil reweil i here in t lie double, and it was claimed thev wcie no longer junlnis, but Inter mediates. I'ndlne finished second te .-.Vru,,uel " ""' Junier deuuie nice lieie uasseu ast iii it con- detuned tlie piurtice of holding an '."'T1,. ... i nn' ?v2'l c'lt'" T,1(J '"niter will be presented te thu mi I tlennl association at its next meeting I iniitch races In any open regatta. March. Indians Buy Outfielder IJtUe Ituck, Ark., Aug. 22. Outfielder Jee, Connelly, of th Little Reck beuthern Aaeoclntlen Club, has been Beld te the Cleve land Americans, It waa announced today. It la te report te th Indiana at the end of the aeaaen. A WHALE OF A BILL Mea-re. Tujler and (iunnU preaent RlHwInl fifth unnlveraary surprlae all-atar show. PHILLIES' PARK THURS. NIGHT, AUG. 24 TOMMY LOUGHRAN GENE TUNNElf GEO. K. 0. CHANEY EARL FRANCE PAL MORAN HARRY KID BROWN. JOE TIPL1TZ JOE BENJAMIN KID WAGNER LIEUT. BAIRD Tlrketa, 1. M. S3, nn aula new at Sdintf C'ee, 12th and I llbcrti Tendler' nilllanT I'arler, 780 .Market i n Putrnn'a Oj-eter lleuae. 17th nnd Perteri Pbwelten Cafe, 84 H. 40tlii ( uneuiglmni hhep. 10 H. Biili Jerdeti A Ce., 1433 V. (.Irard Ave., nnd lleaez Alia Cafe, here nnd Allantle rity. . . . "Evmrybedy It Going" BASEBALL Today, 2 GAMES I 'SIIIIIK I'.VHU. 2IST AND I.KII 1(111 AVK. net'iu v.iii-inm, ist iamk i V ATHI PTirQ m nFTUfllT ATHLETICS vs. DETROIT Iteaenrrd hf.it nt Olmbel nnd Mnaldlni CAMBRIA A. CLUB WJCM: JOITNNY IIAl'IM V. HAM IU.ACKIRTON win appeal te you Guard Suits were $4.85 new $0. Smith & Bre. AthUUe Geed PRAISES COSTELLO Hew Dees It Ruth's Return Sarazen8 Game Alonte's Energy W ABB RUTH has kept faith. The Big After he had been fined nnd suspended some weeks age for calling aa umpire a nasty, mean tning, or weras 10 tnni cucci, num rcpentea ana prom prem ised thereafter te regain speaking acquaintance with every arbiter In the Amer ican League. This he has done. He has avoided trouble instead of hunting It, hnd hefl has behaved strictly accerding: te the dictates of the game. wl In the early part of the season Ruth ban parK in tne circuit. J. ne weivcs iiKc trumpets in nis ears. But the Babe has heeded them net. fielder's business nnd he has (bad his reward In seeing his home-run total climb'-.?' nnd his batting average leap. " ; Sweeter te his ears, however, than softer te his eyes than the rise of his nttitutle or the crowd. T.lttln nlrl Vfw VnrV lan't an hail reaterarl hllll iA Ilia fnFtilAi nlnnn tn tlm On Sllltlftnv liA wab nM niAKnli1v player when be wen the game in the ninth EWnrninrt rlmrn nn fhi AaI tf.AHftnti.aA nt of their here. The Jeers have turned te Babe Ruth is minding his own business, which is geed for the pnblle, feesltllrl for the game, geed for the Yankees nnd geed for Ruth. tvwJ WOMEN Jeckles arc becoming quite numerous. Mrs. Leuis Milt, ' en Anvlllc. wen the flve.elrhtil.mllfl rlaah Vnrrlatttrn flnil.. and was second In the mile with In the Dark. "& vf Sarazen's Success Built en Practical V-j GENE SARAZBN Is n golfer, a professional golfer, and he works at his prv fcsslen ns an attorney labors ever Blnckstene. "',i He has been plying his trade slnce he wns n llttle sharer. He serred Mii apprenticeship as it cnddle and then graduated ns n full-fledged golfer. ' "ft As n enddie, he watched ethers nnd learned from them the correct stancs'-f nnd the fellow-through, and when he wasn't hauling a bag ever the greens k5'). wan en practicing nnu perfecting . k New he is a champion, n champion of champions, for In winning the epW nnd professional titles he set a new record in golfdem. Still he practices and' dolly can be found en the links, brushing up bis drive, his approach and hut $ liming. - , During the professional tourney Harazen devoted half an hour te pracUe'1 ' lne before ererr match. i-w Gene has n certain nmeunt of natural ability and he has developed that ' talent by patiently polishing his strokes. 'A Hew much further would the rest of u go If we practiced In our ebena1 3 profession ns Snrazcn drills in golf? rii TJlRED TOMLIN'S eye Is as clear as a June day. He broke 160 clay ; -. pigeons In succession the ether day in a registered sheet. The -t Glassboro entry leeks like the best bet in the North American chsm- ; plenshlp at the Grand American next month. lM t" The Nervous Energy of Manuel Alonse ' TUTANLLL ALONSO. the Spanish tennis luminary, Is what they call in ban- enu n money plnjcr." In the player" is one who is at his best when Chief Bender wns a "money pitcher." When the crowd was large and the i game the Crisis; of n series, tlm Ttullnn .nnbl I.a tnr.A...i..i .. . i i .tf'i i ,, .. . - - ball. In ether games his pitching would rt.e.iw netcr pieys iniiiiferent tennis. His game is always brilliant and tf ,.,..' "l U"IJ w,lr" lMR "'"int'en iiih anility. l he Spaniard Is like a locomotive. He is n mass of nerves, with nn abundance of energy. Instead of cracklag," under n strain he improves. The mero excited he gets the better he nlava. ll hf a " fn .u, a fha,nPlen' Xet but few crowned athletes live long nt the JOHNNY WEISMULLEIt liasfew J eirry swimming recerd 1 1 rraclts F. W. RUBIEN ISSUED CALL FOR U, S. OLYMPIC BODY Committee Will Be Appointed at Meeting In November New Yerk. Aug. U2. A call for the quadrcnnlnl meeting of the American Olympic Association, te be held Nov ember 22 and 23, was issued yesterday by Secretary F. W. Bublen. The con ference will be held either In New Yerk or Washington, with the chances favor ing the lntter city. At this meeting the American Olym pic Committee will be nppelnted le take charge of the arrangements for the participation of the United States ath letes In the 01 tuple games of 1021, In I'urift. Stere closed Saturdays during August Men by Hundreds Crowding Our Stere IN THE Half Price Sale! Buying wonderful suits for as little as $17.50 ($35 qualities), $22.50 and even $15.00. The event is a wonderful demonstra tion of value and of our customers' appreciation of it. $30.00 FASHIONABLE SUMMER SUITS FOR $35.00 FASHIONABLE SUMMER SUITS FOR $40.00 FASHIONABLE SUMMER SUITS FOR $45.00 FASHIONABLE SUMMER SUITS FOR $50.00 FASHIONABLE SUMMER SUITS FOR Yes, All Tropical Suits, Alse Half Price (Nothing sent en apprevdl; no exchanges, all purchases for cash, no phone orders filled; all alterations charged for,) William H. Wanamaker 1217-19 Chestnut Street ' Strike Yeu? By j THE OBSERVER Bambino has reformed. wns the target for ridicule in every fi were en mm ana eieacner blasts sounded '? ti He has attended te affairs of an mn.i Oy the smack of the home-run wallop and 17! hitting percentage is the change in tht'W vtrj nttr nil. Tha fane ne tt.... i. ' 'f'l kiln. Until Im nn l.lnl amaa .ma iT ' ihn iAnfActt twlk.tr mam fM.u l... tji inning with n four-base clout. Tha. it tnam 1t anvln,, - . At., .t itl' cheers. . 'i vernnculnr nf th Hamnn a "menf : the stake Is largest. -" "" i'u ujiuii 10 nun great ', be almost Indifferent. 'i is tense does lie rise te the zenith off v;i He is slew in starting, but once under ? PVy one who has it is a tltlcheldsr.i top without It. ' j worlds left te conquer. new Is his own. IT Virtually. i , TOLEDO TURNS DOWN DEMPSEY-8RENNAN BOUT: "Ne Dumping Ground for Cast-off" Beut," Bays Mayer , Teledo, 0., Aug. 22. Mayer Ber nard Brough yesterday refused te reac tion the Dempscy-Brcnimn fight in To Te ledo Laber Day, and in n statement Mil tbat Teledo would net be the dumping ground for cost-off. 'porting spectacle! ' of oilier States. . The Mayer's statement wns preclj!- tated by Information thnt Ad Thatcher, who promoted the Willnrd-Defapsiy1 A Tight here in 11)10. bad made overtures . for the staging of the fight here, fel-'J lowing the decision of Governer Me-' Cray, of Indiana, te prevent It lu that State. . 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