Newspaper Page Text
;vvr F. ftsns iKTt iuf 7 r-v'M iv:..w Wtf'JW ' v" i v4 v; ' 4 . V " f Vk ,i .. ,, .., .! ' . - EVENING PUBLIC JJEDGEB PHILADELPHIA, SATtlbAf. SEPTEMBER '9 192I& 4. f P-iWPB IK MB, j$Si piil Ball, Owner of the St. Leins Club, Concedes American League Pennant for 1922 te Browns rl ..4 T !i$ jyiwF1 IC i? E B E'l B' n it 4 1 aviv I m. Sft- tV i ' 13' YANKS LEAD BROWNS B Y ONL Y HALF A GAME IN PENNANT PURSUIT "Excuse Our Dust" Remark Hugmen te St. Looie Aspirants as Westerners Prepare for World Series. Phils Thrill Fans in Victory Over Giants ON THE day thnt the management of the Ilrewns announced thnt new Is the time te send In checks for world"; scries scats, Slsler and his mates p and lese te the Detroit Tigers. Phil Ball yesterday broadcast the Info that plans hnd been drawn up and approved for the changing of the Mound City Park te accommodate huge crowds. He conceded that the pennant belonged ie the Browns and that, in order te avoid the rush nnd make sure that the precious pasteboards would net be wasted, told the fans te send In their du,cats. This morning. Instead of being out in front, the Browns are looking up tt the dust of Miller Muggins' Yanks. Six points, n half game, separates the two contenders for the steenth time this season. The veteran Walter Jehnsen, always an enigma te the Getham combina tion, proved as docile ns a lamb esterday. He was pelted rather vigorously by Ruth nnd bis pals for thirteen hits nnd eight run. Carl Mays, who failed te last against our unruly Athletics last Saturday, handed the Sennters just nine hits and one run. The triangle enabled Mays te make bis pitching record for the season even Stephen with thirteen and thirteen. While en the subject of the submarine ball pltrher. It might be said it it due te his failure te win a majority of his games that the Yanks are just about keeping their beads above water. Last year Ma.s ranked fifth among the American League pitchers with twenty-seven wins nnd nine defeats and was in the main responsible for the winning of the pennant. THIS year Mays has flivvercd miserably. After a geed start he leent fleaic, losing game after game and eeing batted out of the box a number of times. Had it net been for the acquisition of Jee Bush ever the winter, the Yanks would be fortunate te be hovering around third place. Battle Deivn the Stretch IF MAYS finds himself the battle down the stretch will be that much easier for the Yankees. If he doesn't Hugging will be sorely tried with Heyt, Shawkey and Bush. Jenes, tee, would be a big help If he showed improve ment. His leg for the season shows eleven victories and the same number of reverses. Last year Jenes wen twenty-three nnd lest sixteen with Bosten, a distinctly Inferior team te the Yanks. All the king's horses and all the home runs could net help the Browns. Ken Williams made his thirty-sixth four-ply shot of the season off Jehnsen, the former Pertlnnd star, in the seventh Inning with a couple of men en base, but the Browns failed te win. Slsler bit safely for his thirty-seventh consecu tive game nnd is but three behind Cobb'" record. Bebby Veach proved the whole show for Cobb and his team. With Urban Shecker the leading pitcher in games wen in the American League en the hill, the Tyger outfielder knocked out a pnir of home runs. The first came in the first inning with one en and the second in the seventh inning with another en. Jehnsen ably assisted Veach In the Detroit victory. Up te the seventh Inning the Coast lad allowed but one hit. Dan Beene, the Southern League recruit, pitching for the Indians, lest his fifth game since coming North, the White Se finding him for seven runs and ten bits. Leveret te, one of Gleasen's prize rookies, held Speaker and his mates te eight hits. Beb Hasty twirled his second brilliant game in a week against the Red Sex, but lest the verdict. 2 te 1. He allowed but four hits, two of them by Kip Cellins, who opposed him en the mound. Twe bad innings the sixth nnd seventh, spelled defeat for Lanky Beb. Galloway was in the main responsible for the Beaneaters" first run. He dropped a threw with an cny out in sight and a moment later threw into the Sex dugout with n double play in sight, nnd Rip Cellins, who bad singled, scored. In the seventh a double and a single ceunted.the second marker. The A'b made tbeir only run in the first, when Harris dropped Hauser's fly. Miller beat out a hit nnd Ruel checked in with n passed ball. During the next eight rounds the Macks made five hits and had but one opportunity te score in the eighth, when with one down Miller singled and went te third en Perkins" blew for a base. (Jalloway fanned and Tillie Walker skied. Pittsburgh lest a great opportunity te crawl up en the Giants when they lest te the Cubs. Our Phils did their part well by handing McGraw's costly east an S-te-4 reverse. THE xcay these Phils pounded Art Xehf. the Giants' pri:ed south pair, made the few fortunate fain who saw the paitimc thrill with joy. Fifteen hits, including triples by Williams and Rapp and doubles by Henline, Lee, Parkinson and Leslie, unit te all sectors of the ball park. Slwtver of Binglcs EVERY member of the team had one or mere hits and three former Giants. Rapp, Walker nnd Henline, hnd n most pleasant day. The first-named had three hits nnd worked around third as he used te de in St. Paul. Walker and Henline had n pair nf blngles apiece. Lee Meadows had one bad inning, the second, when the Giants made n quartet of hits, one nf which was a questionable double down the first -base foul line that looked se foul that LcMic did net even make n fry for it. Twe runs scored en the hit. After the ecend Meadows was invincible, holding the Ginnts completely at bay. Much te the delight of the crowd. Irish Mcusel failed te hit safely in four trips te the platter. The Pirates had a 0-te-4 lend going into the eighth, but could net held it, KUIefer's Cubs making four In that frame and two In the ninth for a 10-te-7 victory. Beth Aldridge and Hamilton, who started, were bombed from the hill. The Cards, with Jeff Pfeffer en the mound, eutpitching Couch, defeated the Reds. te 1. The former Dedger allowed but six hits t eight off Couch. Three Cincy errors helped the Cards. R OGERS HORXSBY. the home-run his thirty-fifth of the teaien the top of the fence, and before the pellet could be retrieved the iccend-sacker reached the plate. Sisler Still Gaining GEORGE SISLER, the king of base hitting in the American League, is en one of his biggesl batting sprees since coming t6 the Browns. In the last week the former Mlclugander gained eight points and is new batting at the excellent clip of 410. Te date Sisler has hit in thirty -seven games, which brings him te 'within three games of the modern rensecutive-gnmc hitting streak held by Tyrus Raymond Cobb. Cobb is trailing the Browns' star by twenty-five points, the largest number this season between the two star batters. Cobb, in turn, is only eighteen points ahead of Tris Speaker, manager of the Cleveland Indians. During the last week Cobb fell off in his hitting, losing four points, while Speke gained the same number. During the week Slsler regained the lead in runs scored from Lu Blue, of the Tigers, who held the mark for several weeks. Sis is new credited with 118 markers. In addition te leading in these two departments, Sisler sets the pace for most hits with 225 and with the greatest number of stolen bases, forty -seven. Jee Hauser dropped seven points during the week, but still leads the Mackmen with a mark of .337. He is followed by Galloway, who sained two points and is new hitting .335. Miller, with .332, is the only aiksr Athletic in the select class. Other .333 bitters in the American League are Heilmann, Detroit, .858; Tobin. St. Leuis, .340; Schang. New Yerk. .333; Harris, Bosten, .328: Williams. St. Leuis, .327; Pipp, New Yerk, .327; Burns, Bosten, .327, and Veach, Detroit, .325. Rogers Hernshy, of the Cardinals, like his fellow-townsman, Slsler, made n 6ain ever the week of two points, which brings him te .301 and gives him a geed lead in the batting race. Hornsby ulse leads in home runs and in most hits in the senior circuit. Mnx Carey is the leading base stealer, with forty-one, and also the pathfinder in number of runs scored, with 118. Curt Walker, who holds the lead among the Phils' batters, dropped twelve points ever the week, his worst less of the entire season. He is new hitting at a .330 clip. Meadows, Henline, Williams, Wrightstone and Fletcher are all hitting ever the .300 mark. OTHER .300 hitters in the Rational are: Tierney, Pittsburgh, .376; Bigbee, Pittsburgh, .334; Grimes. Chicago, ,35.; Snyder, tfew Yerk, ,3e; Stengel. Xete Yerk, .351; Holtechcr, Chicago, .350; Mann, St. Leuis, .350; Daubcrt, Cincinnati, ,338; Carey, Pittsburgh, .336, and Bancroft, JVYic Yerk, .336. P. R. R. HOLDS MEET final .Evept of Eatiern Region Championships at Tyrene Today The chamnlenshln track nnd field meet for the empleyes of the Eastern region of the, Pennsylvania Railroad. system will be held today en the com- any'si neidnt Tyrene, ra. me pre- i virtue or their victory ever Harris gram will start early In the morning burg en Thursday ami the Alteena ami will continue throughout the day. 'works team. The wlnnerr. of the various event will represent the Eastern region In the tyr-teui champlensliip meet which will be jsWfjd en September S3 at Alteena, ?a, 'Tals meet will be participated king of the Xatienal, garnered during the game. The homer hit In by representatives of all four regions of the system, namely, the Altoenn works and general offices of this city, making altogether six competing units In the chnmnlenshln events. In addition te the track and field events which are en the cnnl for today, tlmrn irlll 1m n hasehnll trnmi, hftnAjn thc Philadelphia Terminal nine, the chitiuplens of the Eastern region by i The victor or iiiih tut win p:ay tne champion of the Western region in the final game for the syrtpm championship en the same day as the track and field sperU at Alteena, Pa. HAMMER AT TOP OF FORM, HE SAYS I I .1 II.A Feels Stronger Than Ever in His Eight Years of Boxing 14 BOUTS THIS SEASON By LOUIS II. JAFFK EIGHT years In ring action nnd going better than ever 1 That's what Ever Hammer, who Is here from Chicago, had te say today. "Never before In all my life have I felt stronger, and the wnv I have gene through the bunch of battles 1 have had this season convinces me that I nm at the top of my form," further declared the Bristling Blend. After deciding that he would much rather sheet his Nature's weapons at the ether guy Instead of being "shot" by movie camerns in California, Ham mer started te box his way home. All told he has had fourteen bouts this yenf Stepping off nt Omaha, Neb., he met Arles Fanning there in a scheduled ten rounder, and was awarded the referee's decision. Hammer hammered Fanning se impressively that he wns asked te stav ever for another match . Ever's return date was against Merrie Shlafer. nn Omaha lightweight who had been doing big things out thnt way. Hammer says he socked the Shlnfer scrapper se viciously that the latter, in order te save himself from further punishment, fouled the Chicagoan, Ever being given the bout in the sixth round. Hammer Steps MaJieney in Seventh Hammer then went te Peoria, 111. He had a brace of battles there, winning ten-round newspaper decisions ngnlnst Johnny N'eyes nnd Bud Christtnnn. A seven-round knockout ever Eddie Mnhnney, the shifty Callfernian. was the result of Hammer's next meeting, the bout having .been held at Omaha. Chicace fnna worn, nnrfnnn in enn "Hammer In action se he accepted a neui witn doe .inwsen en tne tiovern tievern ment ship. Commedore. Ever had the better of this set-te, a scheduled ten rounder. MJlwnukee was the next battle ground for the blonde boy. nnd he competed In two matches in the "Beerless Burg." He walloped Eddie Boehme se unani unani meuslv that he was matched right back with Richie Mitchell, who he net only whipped but knocked down In the first and seventh rounds. Charley White Is another top-notch lightweight who was dropped for a count by Hammer, the former going down in the ninth round of a ten rounder at Aurera, 111. Most recent of Hammer's matches was that at Michigan City, Ind.. en Laber Day. when Ever endeavored te knock Champien Benny Leenard for a loon. The Leenard bout went the limit of fen rounds, nt the finish of which the champion, grently fatigued and with his mouth sere nnd bleedine. complimented the Chicagoan. Says Hammer: "Leenard made a point te step in my dressing room nnd,vjyUtIng me en the shoulder, he said : "' "Say. you certainly carried me nt a lively clip. I wns strong nt the finish of my bout with Tendler if nnvthing. he wns the one tired; but it whs lust the opposite with veu. Yeu certainly nre a strong boy." " Trained With Clabhy In Chicago Before coming en te Philadelphia Hummer trained in Chicago, one of his sparring partners being Jlmmv Clabbv. tne veteran middleweight. "Clnbbv is nei in tne nest of form or nnvwhere near the condition of several years age, npn rip was conceited te he a star, said Hammer. "But he Is bent en coming back, and I think he has a num ber of geed lights Itjft in him." Arriving here en Wednesday. Ham mer has ben puttlns the finishing mui-urg en im training nt a local gvm for Monday's mix with Lew Tendler' nt the Phillies' Park. "fhls will be my second match with Tendler. you knew." declared Hammer ' I met him here in 101S. but Lew is going te be up against a stronger and harder-hitting opponent this time." They are boxing nt catchw eights. Hammer says he will net weigh In ever " I'uunrjs. ringside. SOCCER TF.MVIS DRAW a Personnel of Teams In Allied First Division Announced The First Division Allied Soccer League at a meeting held last evening drew for the section In which the six teen teams would be assigned in Sec tlens A and B. In Section A nre West Pbllndelphln. hnjwoed. Canadian War Veterans. Falrvlew, Ascension. Barnej Ernst Club, Wolfewlen-Shere nnd Disston. In Section B nre East Philadelphia. Puritan, Hibernians, Clan Gorden. Fairhill, Flelsher nnd Kensington Con Cen Con gregatlenal. William Plunkett wns named chairman, and the delegates te the Allied League are T. J. Yeung nnd J. Robinson. The season will open thu first or second week In October. Hauser and Walker Lead A's and Phils Batters ATHLETICS a AH n H nn sn rv Hauser K 273 40 475 74 440 7S 413 64 406 01 430 47 02 ISO 1411 115 128 117 a 13 21 at 0 31 Galloway Millar 128 117 Ml m 88 0 IS 0 33 n e 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 u i 3 335 Dykea . Walker .. Perkins f'allewav Helmach faruery . Johnsten Welch 2.S 271 o?e .2(17 206 .'Sj 215 219 37 227 inn 101 l'in .175 .in: .001 30 40 Ml 4 s 4 40 . 4U A8 31 04 am 84 79 Youna McGowan Najler .. llistv Harrla .. Stheer . Remmel . Bckert . . 43ft 62 104 82 54 6 0 3 12 4 12 7 14 3 13 0 t . se . 30 . 23 41 . 34 . 44 . 20 23S 4(1 H2 03 SO 7S H. 3 n n n u PHILLIES ..133 482 87 150 Walker ....133 482 87 ln II II Meadows 27 72 7 23 0 0 Henllne .- 107 392 43 113 A 2 Williams ...12a 501 T8 1(J 23 n Wrt.ht.len... J" 84 34 .2 3 4 .310 .310 312 311 30 .302 HI .22 113 100 72 01 111 44 11 13 US 111 51 2! 00 2 It 11 4 3 07 82R 50 Fletcher , !" 8rt 4 111 7 ssn n 15(1 21 30 3 47 10 473 75 430 85 2 Lebourveau. Winter. . Weln.rt . . . Parkinson . I.CSII . .. Mekan . . Pdera . Itapn J, Smith.. liubbell . . HlnK Hlneleten q rTnlth . OS . 28 . 28 12t 110 . 08 . 40 . 04 . 40 1 0 0 l) n 1 0 2 2 3 3 1 4 0 0 4 1 I IJ A 1 0 n n 0 0 242 277 271 .271 231 28 llrt 12 KM 42 120 13 235 .211 213 211 10(1 113 121 Oil , 80 . 04 10 . 33 en a 77 4 84 3 (1(1 1 AMERICAN LEAGUE Cl.m nATTIXO ciub e ah n II 2n3n.HR sn.pc, Until nil 30 4400 324 lins 201 R2 40 Sll 2rt1 31 4402 MI 1180 183 flfl 30 R4 .208 WesU'nn 13M402 MI 1180 183 00.10 84.208 NATIONAL LEAGUE CLUB BATTING flub O. AH . H 211 311.1111 SI1.PC 1'ltl I N Ti hi. r.i I'klnn in p 11 11 -j'wd 7f2 JiJ? i'.'A is IS 'i"0' 2 euls 131 4S89 70(1 1371 248 01 87 50 .206 vhlcpae. 132 44111 nut ir.'i 217 .is :u i ,u 4111 nut ir.;'l 217 .is 3t ii ;ui inn ' 19? Ill" 'Jfir i2Ii iT2 i:2 TJ 2i a iiJU'iHij ina nx an jet ,; nil lann ih.i hh h ht . 07 ,38S Phlla... j?M577jl lenn ini nn . . las 4577 ni 1277 aie 40 e at. Bosten.. leO 4100 A00 110 1388 SS ,(', Ht I.OUlS ISO 4IIV1 loe !. i ji.il n ffi i j(n Detroit 13T 43111 731 1473 230 7R .12 03 ,3g8 rieWnd jaelnrt'. as! jayi 2J0 n.i 2 74 SSS N fork 132 4513 8n 1817 ISO 110 S3 82 202 iViloaie. JSR4tllSflOT 12PCI207M 41 81.274 i.2.r? inn JslT HOT 117R 17.1 .VJ ml 4i 'W, 1 1111a ... , EACH SOUL VUPLL.MEM .TOr MEBTlWtt- WILL COMB )TriE GAN5 HAS SOTIbSBTHEO. Te Cfloese V THE TOOT BALL TEAM J v? ASM rik THE FOOT BALL TEAM W0 FAIR. STuFFiU'THe BAUeT Bay ,THiS "LecTiOM MAS TeTT0 ?E HOWEST !( HEY, CeTTMATOtJT Tft6 Yc- "SViRifAP'WiiLiAMS, ISEGYef ruTTU"lU"WO veTeS WuRfcYUP.MlSTta. gcCRCT4n.f , "PASS "WE MAT LOCAL BALL NINE N SERIES GAES North Phillies Meet Stenton and Richmond Clashes With Hilldale BURLINGTON AT D0BS0N Included in the lift of Independent baseball contests en today's layout are two san.es in the elimination series of the Philadelphia Bapcball Association. The North Phillies have the Stenton Field Club as an opponent nt Fourth and Winsoheckln? streets. The Mount Airy lads nre out of the running, but the Phils nre in the midst of n het race with Dobsen and Brldeburs nnd hope te edge n trifle closer te Dobsen. At Darby. Hilldale and Richmond Stars come together. These clubs nre deadlocked for first place, nnd the largest crowd of the season will no doubt be in Ed. Belden's Darby en closure when nlny begins. Other major Philadelphia League clubs have stren; attractions. Stone Stene hurst will travel up te Brideiburg and meet Billy Whitman's team. This should be a hard-fought affair, as Pitchers Kepner nnd Friday will In all probability face each eMier. At Thirty-fifth and Queen lane Dob Deb son clashes with Burlington. The weavers are laying thelr best ball, as the season Is nbeut te close, and with Plitt, Jenes nnd Oransbnch ready te take their turns en the hill should con tinue their fine work. Greenlcaf Continues te Win Rnlph Ornlaf continued en his Btrtalc irnlnst Tem Huoten tri1av and wen both the ninth nnt tenth blocks of their lLoe.nnlnt ir "tch it t ' Ntlnnul r'lllliird Academy In the early same Ralph wen inn te 44 In tne etnlnK the members of th New Yerk Giants attended and were ery much enthued te ee Ralph take Tem Inte camp4 100 te ft?. In a special match after the rame. Cosy Delsn. of the Giants, nhewed Ralph hew tn make fifteen balls without letting the cue ball touch the rail. Curley Paris Referee r.irls Sent P.- -Jack Curlev, th fliht pre. mrtr of N'w Yerk ha been daslcnated by the French BexInK Federation as the third turtre in th Crlque-Wjns return mat-h tenlsht LINE-UPS OF INDEPENDENT CONTESTS THIS AFTERNOON At Fifth and Cedar Streets, Darby WVIMOXn (HANTS Mnnn. If. l.li cNe? . s. IVtti'. 1h. Hetiher. 2b. Fl-hrr. if. W.irniafk. rf. I'rnn . 3b. Smith, r. Klihardfcen. p. II 11,1,1) A LK rlnt. rf. Fnncl. 3l. Allen. In. , Santeii. c. (1, .lehnnan. rf. J. Jehnsen, as. C'rumn. 2b. Cnrktrrll. If. rlourner. p. At Fourth and Wlngohecklng Sts. STENTON K. C. II. Weed. If. MufTler. as. Hamilton, lb. Powell, p. Hen Ml. 2b. Shnille. 3b. Malr. rf. Ver. cf. Ttockferd. c. NORTH PHILLIES Rea. rf. Mauer. as. White. 3b. Snndreiv. 2b. Carter, rf. Mamrr. If. Snehrer. e, MfCennell, lb. Koblnsen. p. At Twenty-sixth and Reed Street! .1. N. nARHETl Mnraliall. cf. l-rit. 2b. Llotd, r. Knhn. as. Werner, lb. llutrhlnsen. If. (teeffhen, rf. I.tikrnw, 3b, O'dirrk, v. ri.EISHKIt Itablncrr. rf. W kcr. .McNeil. 3b. Nelan, lb, Detwhrrtr, cf. Scott, 2b. Padnett. If. Sutten, e. Urirshaber. p. At 48th and Brown Streets PAULSBOKO Tesivt. ss. Krl Inr rf. PBrlen. 2b. Fltwerald. e. Werder, 3b. f'urner. If, T)ctnn, If. Marks lb. Mackes'. P, fiHANAHAN Herle. sa, Hrndrlrks. If. Ilrlfrlcli. 3b. llknrter. rf. Plei. cf. ICnnex, lb. f,i Irs. c. Perren. 2b. Minninc. p. At Sixty-second and Walnut Sts. i, c. SPHAS Tnlx rf La,ndherf. ss. Chnmlters. lb. r. ,..,,, c (leldhlatt, 2b. nirel, 3b. Slmrn. -f. Metirlidtan If. KrvlU. rf. Krrpps. p. Curtis, rf. Until. 2b. .. Yeablaley. If, IMttlp". 3b. ,tinh, as. Williams, lb. 1,nrn. c, McMillan. 1. At Richmond and Orthodox Streets hTOKEHUIWiT Elrt. cf... RiMleltill. If. Thirl. s. I.ne'V 11). Mullln. as, Va. 3b. M'nnnn'. e. Mrncnry. rf. Friday, P. fininKhnuitcj Whl'iTVi". cf. resile, rf. Hanfnrl. If. Ptrr. 3h. 7Jbell. 2b. lint's lb. Mnley. sa. VttU, t. Kepner, p. At Belgrade and Ontario 3ts, IVANHOE ... NATIVITY I. inn. rf. Plnnncnn. otvnnaen. 3b, Mla'n. rf V-lr. 2K ,.,, lltnhrnk, lb, ,11,111a j, ss. jurley, c. . - Archer, p. Iler(. ef Mnlnnl" lb. Pn. If. .. w-PnTtrn, 3b. Kramer, rf. xa WITH BUT A SINGLE TO OliDER.- nominations Aae iw eRDcn ? r Tw i ,neAtv AwV-? SPEAK UP.FELieftSi- VlHMS MAtTEIK.ARCVOU, F(?AID Te TALK ? ? ? CAOT SOMEBODY SAYSOMETtW 9 . III WELL, WE'LL HAVE A JecaGT ItVALleT , 'aOO EvERY klD WRiTE THE WAME OfT TMF ' s -A- geVrlEWANTglb'BECAPTAIrJ- A CAPTAlW Pert. Im """ -A r i trzl. yK ' r WOW, M iSTta SeCtlETARY , HOWMAuY VqTb S WERE CA9T, AMP WHO frOT WE ' " ftm mm mm MIL Today's Independent Games INDUSTRIAL AMATEUR LEAGUE Whitman at Stead A Miller. Seventh nnd Taber readt Thornten-Fuller nt Art I-oeni. Maacher and Westmoreland streets. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS LEAGUE nrlstal v. Marquette. Fortr-feurth street and Parkslde avenue. r. n. a. cnAJtnessim Stenton at North rhllllea. Fourth and Wlnroheckln street. . Richmond Giants at HUldnle. Darbx. OTHER GAMES IM Brethers at.ElMwa. Mlllfllle. N. J. l'aulsbore at Shanahan, i ort y-eUhtn and Brown streets. ... Stonehurst at BrtdesburK, Richmond and Orthodox street. . . ... J. N. Barber at Flelsher, Twenty-aUth and Reed streets. ... Seuth Phltly Hebrew nt Mrawbridie & Clothier. Slitr-secend nnd Walnnt streets. Meadowbrook. "t Newark, at Seuth rhll llea. Bread and Blicler streets. Ardmene nt Reerlr. ...... nurllnicten at Uobaen. Thlrty-flfth and Queen lane. Glrard Field Club at Tenreyd, Rldxe ave nue and Tnrk Drle.., . Phoenix rt Camden Black Sex. Greenwood Test at McCaU Test, Forty ninth and Spruce streets. Union. of Germantown, at Lecan, Eighteenth and Rockland streets. . . Ilartrem Park at Belflrld, Church lane nnd.Oienti. . . I.Uhtheuse at Mild weed. Dittmsn and Wakrllnr streets. Ivanhoe at Nativity, Belcrade and On tario streets'. .... Columbia C. C. at Seuthwark, Meadow and Mifflin street. All-Phlladelrhte Pollee nt Flelsher Bleemer Girls. Norriatewn. , . Fink Company at Belmetburc, Frankford aienue and Rhawn streets. . Lerraine Clttb at Darby Meese, Darby. Illackwoed at mtman. . J Colonial Ire Crcnm at Roxberoush. Olney A. A., at McRlnley, Pn. Madisen Stars nt Quaker City Catholic Club. Frent and Perter straets. naltlmere Black Sex at Chester. . . Doylestown vs. Ambler, at Royersford. West Phlln. All-Stan.- nt St. Celllstas, SUty-flfth and Lebanon avenue. . . Kershaw at Iry Professionals. S'xtleth nnd Greenwry. B:SO P. M. Glenslde at Narberth. Tnlneherkcn Krda at Krnslnsten Conrre Cenrre catlnnal. II and Clearfield streets. . . Gloucester vs. Camden City, at Third and Erie streets. . . Bmeklawn A. A. at Bnrtrnm Park, Fifty fourth and Elm weed avenue, n P. M. SUNDAY GAMES Seuth Phllly Hebrews at Ivanhoe. N. T. Illlldale at East New etU, N. . Shanahan nt Drldeshurfr. Richmond and Orthodox streets. ...... North Phils nt St. Carthage, SUty-flfth and Catharine streets. Beverly nt Ardmore. 1'Mlndelphln Terminal nt Mahnner City. Lecan A. A. nt Union A. A., FernhUl "ark. Germanlewn. M.-dlsen Stars at Caven Point, N. 4. Wlldwoed at Bush wick, N. Y. (first came). Philadelphia Prea at Bcshwlck, N. Y. (sec ond ramfl, ndfleld nt Lincoln Giants, New Yerk. West Itertln Snnrrews nt Berlin. Irralne Club nt Brewster F. C, Seventy, seventh street nnd Brewster avenue. Olney A. A. it McRlnley. Pn. Cheater at Viscose. Mnrrus Heek. Cttmden City at Audubon. n-irtram F. C, of Philadelphia, at Brook Broek lawn. Tulpehecken Reds at Wndmoer. At Olttman and Wakellng Streets LIGHTHOUSE WILDWOOU rannlnif.Tf. Iliimman, ss. HIIIM.ilT. If. rnml. cf. MrMnatrr, 2b. C'lrihers. 3b. Pflrthv. e. MrKnfacht, lb. Ilattes, p. Jenes, lb. Hinklna. 2b. MW.Ie.T. cf. ' r.llmere. ss. Ferrest, If. W. 01 1 mere. rf. Pick. p. Mnrlntyre, 3b. Herb. p. At Frent and Perter Streets MADISON STARS Delden, rf. Brown, rf. Pursrn. 3b. Plcrcrt, If, Dullard, c. Walls. 2b. Foreman, ss. Whltehlll, lb. Lee, p. Q. C. C. Otinlle, 2b. c. (iuit, ss. Marnle, rf. Keenan. If. JlaKenderf, lb. llreun, p Marnle. 3h. Shlflley. rf. Westen, p, At Bread and BIgler Streets S. PHILLIES MKUlflWUROOK Schllti, cf. Baxter. 3b. Mills lb. Ilrimn, 2h. Manes, rf. Eaten, cf. llentles. ss. Ilrath, c, Huntle, p. and Rockland Sts, UNION A. A. rW '' MnldVnn. 2I1. Klnaall. ll). Iliirten, 3h. Sheehan. If. (onnellj. cf. Walker, ss, NlRts. r. I.lienu, u. FpuMltuc, If. Lai, 3b. Nelld. 2b. stem, cf. Hrkes. rf. Pes'iurlla. lb, Peplcakl. ss. Tee. c. Zepfl. p. At Eighteenth IXIUAN A. A. Sundalrnm. rf. MrCeiinrll. mi, Mrftuckln. 8h. ('ashman, lit, MrGrahnm 21.. MlthwiMih. If. Huinnt. rf. Llvlnctane, c. Reber, p. At 35th Street and Queen Lane IIURLINGTON iKinsnN Tniil-weln, If. Weed, rf. Reusaey, ss. Itinn, 3b, ('arlin. lb. Sharpe. 2I. W'elser. rf. Busell. e. Ilarned, p. Rheda. 3b, Fex. !b. Nlek. ss. Lhiplncett, ef, fiehell, lb. Ryan. If. Moere, rf IKirle. c. Ilelmes, p. At Camden PAMDEN CITY (ilX)UCESTER Beens, 2b Aurhenhaucli. W. Ilrtin,. s Tidrman, If, Rnpp, rf. Yest. Hi. Yates, e. T. Urban, 3b. Dickinsen, cf, Olsen, p. V. f'CnteJIe. fib. (allaither, lb, .leties, ev Reynslds. ef. Bewers, If. Iisen, rf. Rlraert, ss, Errleksen, p. A Flftr-feurth and Elmnoed Tenae. A bXiVtbaiw PARK Walkrr. 2b W'rsten, ss llnhrrlr. .11 nRCK)H'.AWN llrenn, 2b lows. If Traeey. e llndd. tb vtnsli. ,i flea icon. If Camaferd. rf pre, McDerltt. el Ijm. a A Mb1em "linen. SI Wndy. ti. Mullln. ft Smith, e HaaleJ. 9 V a THOUGHT '"!i9t r 3 f V X f sySTCS5? I A"f . I.-V ri ir I V MOST f ' i "' ' ' " "' (TrlsY wAvTWENTy SfewGN kK vfelfeD A V And EVERY mm get ONE VeTe t'MLum 5-i. HyiiSi mY i 't .(HAtim CopurieM, 131, bu Public Ledger Compani OUT-OF-TOWN CLUBS Barbers, . Meadowbrook and Paulsboro All en Lecal Sched ule This Afternoon SPHAS VS. STRAWBRIDGE Prominent out-of-town clubs are en the schedule of the downtown nnd West Philadelphia baseball Karnes this after noon. The J. M. Barber club, rated as tne Dcst semi-pre aggregation in Tren Tren eon, will pay a visit te the Flelsher yarncrs at Twenty-sixth nnd Reed streets. Bill Grleshaber will be the pitching selection for the downtewners, while O'Gurk will be his opponent. The Meadow brooks, of Newark, an other star aggregation of tessers, will entertain the Seuth Phllly fnns at Bread and BIgler streets. Zephl has been named te start for the Spacs against Fluntley. In Wet Philadelphia Shanahan minglcsv with Paulsboro. This team for years has captured the honors In Jersey and hopes te turn back the Catholic club boys, but they will have a hnrd time with Manning opposed te them. Anether West Philly clash is sched uled at Sixty-second nnd Walnut streets between the Seuth Philly Hebrews nnd Strnwbridge & Clothier. It is their third meeting. Beth have wen one game. Camden City and Gloucester will come together In the second game of the Camden County championship. Gloucester took the first game by a one-run margin en Laber Day and in nn effort te even up the series. Mnn ager Yest will select cither Costelle or Olsen for mound duty. Krricksen, who twirled Gloucester te victory In the first game of the series, will most likely shoulder the slab work for Gloucester, with Everett Jebes as his battery mate. Beets and Saddle The Lawrence Realization Stakes will bring together nt Belmont Harry I'nyne Whitney s nuntins. tne linn linn cecas Stable's Kal-Sans and Montfort Jenes Reckmlnister, the latter con queror of Whlskaway having been brought from Kentucky for the race. Kal-Sang Is reported te be a little lame and If he Is withdrawn, it will mean a two hprse affair with Bunting ruling choice. Horses which seem best nt Belmont Park arc: First race Bright Lights, Scottish Chief, Cum Sab ; second (steeplechase) Anls, Peccant, Joy ful; third Black Menkey, Ducks and Drakes, Curtis; fourth Bunting, Reckmlnlster ; fifth New Orleans, Quesatln, Canyon; sixth Contour, All American, Sakah. The $10,000 Kentucky Jockey Clnb Stakes for two-year-olds is te be de cided at Louisville today. A number of youngsters from the Enst have been sent te Louisville, Including Enchant ment, Cartoonist, Pleketer and Bright Tomorrow. It will be the best two-year-old race of the Fall. Enchant ment. Indian Trail and Cartoonist ap pear best In the order named. Horses well placed In ether race are : First race Lord Allen, Hadrian, Coyne; second Bandeau. Rencelaw, Kinsman; third Flying Prince, Hono Heno Hone lulu Bey, Sun Ged ; fourth Miss Jey, Brnedalbane, Martha Fallen; sixth Fair Alice, Jenes entry, Banter; sev enth Rep, Uncle Vele, Sands of Plea sure. Themcllffe Park will open a seven day meeting today, with the Autumn Purse as the feature. Horses which deem best are: First race Thernawnv. Gallant Greem, Oakling; second Tep e' the Morning, Sirocco, Delhlmer; third Tycoon. Kirklady, Old Tep; fourth Photoplay, Elemental, Last One; fifth Guy, Stote, Baby Mine; sixth Handful, Old Chap, Johnny O'Connell ; seventh Tantalus, Nvth Wales. Mary Mlxlm. Blue Bennets; First race Tlppawa, Reck Garden, Dlxey Dick; second The Nrphcw. Max Geld. Purl; third Suder. War Tank, Mallemat ; fourth (steeplechase) Mlnata. Harrison entry, BriKnnna; fifth Finery, Fair way. Harmonieus: sixth Hnrrc w htenliens. I,urv Knte. Kentlah Itnv seventh Haiti, Gray Gables, Aninut. British Golfers Win Hamilton. Onf-.. Rnt e aw ii..w..ii ..... Geera-e Dunean. EnsHsh professional nelf ft!!10"',- '5 "? JC- J?- Marien, of' Han,- ,.'.. ,..Vi. tniHiipaen. or Terente, and 1. te"" se, - n n exhibition ma" t ' af t SS in nmnn iirttr ... a-ai.. ... . - w In 71, while Duncan had a 75, Martin Knocks Out Jesenha yS;nl0caTte .".'. el ""ea, in the th rd round 4ur vet st Uu Surf Avwus AtUei tie PLAY GAMES HERE Tennis Management Ambler' 8 Pretest Jenes' Failure TJUFTr-FIVE matches we T- sing irlea elmmninnshln aft t he Germantown Cricket Club. nnd 7 o'clock. A crowd of G00O wftVjSfescnt and numbers of spectators catnelfa the hundreds of automobiles parkeyl eutAi&Lhe Manhetm grounds. ' There were mere than n hundred umpires aiird.v SincB, conducting matches and as many ball boys chased the white pills n,l Wag this WsdeTi0 the nt ei went out of bounds. v . ., . ' N A small army of laborers nnd turf experts were busy Kb, NAtehi smoothing down the velvet grass nnd rcknlttlng the ground tern by 1yttlaV.ei spine marKS. uj These are only n few of the figures In the gigantic sporting enterOill Thcre were n million nnd one details that were given attention. T Was there nny confusion? Did nervous officials run breathless about tw grounds mnklng arrangements? - jIa Here steed Julian S. Myrlck, the referee, calmly gazing nt the match nsslgnlng players te courts for today. There sat Sam Cellem, chairman etil' Manhcim Tennis 'Committee, In the officials' box nonchalantly smoking his Msv'J pipe. He was asked a thousand questions nnd disposed of, each In exer,,ti' fashion. VJ And se It went from the very heads of the tournament te the 'law.- 'I the turf. There wns no confusion, no fuss, no nervousness and yet everiM ' was ready nnd handy when needed. national tennis championship every day in the year, se easily and tuoreutM were things conducted. urqa"u; things. T ' " "l"- OT" Ml' THE Phils arose- yesterday and walloped the Giants. We get a thrill -m every time the Phils tumble the New Yorkers. It reminds us of tha ' days Charlie Doeln and, Jehn McGraw went te the mat In every series The Pretest in the Montgomery County League rpHERE'S n peculiar situation in the Montgomery County League and it W$ -L caused considerable comment among the semi-professional ball teams la tl?' cny j Lansdale and Perkasle finished the second half of the schedule en Tk Day in a tie for first place. The play.-off was slated for today en a neutral fi.M Everything wns set for the big game and along comes Ambler, a team . ! has no part In the chnmplenshlp argument, and pretests Wllkle, of LansHa . a technicality as small as n period. saai, en The league rules which govern play-off gnmes for the title state thnt S. these .players who have participated In one full game or three part games hfiJ August 1 shall be eligible. s"s oeieri tu ,Sh?r,he!er, Ay1" 1. Wllkle pitched for Lansdale and was taken out la the last half of the ninth for a pinch-hlttcr. He had twirled nine full InnlarV The nent breueht un hv Amhler l tht wnn ...... ...: ,.. uli 1.nnlnl' before August 1. ' - .... ... u m,, j,a, The case will be nut un before thi Hnnrrl nf ArMfmH,,.. m..j - w- - -.- -,, . - .. ...sate u !nd1v.8CDff f Harld C" r'kC ",e PrM,dCnt f th leagUC!" Connle' 8 Ambler officials certainly stand nn terlmlpnlitine e,i i .1 they bend ever backward. Bebby Jenes Falls Again DOBBT JONES brilliant, colorful and clever, has fallen again in a nation! XJ amateur golf championship. Yesterday was the fifth failure in h 7t...i IfnkTe? Bergia! that " " i &!&& and 7!0.TtS!S"ELlj!S XT' th6 Ta,e"studc, at Broeklln.i Out at Shekic. In thc national eiitn, Jenes finished with n n.n, 25ft ...i !j TO r..,u,s, ,,, ,h Jehn Black, who ,ncd , t'hcc.nd S S2.3 Jenes will never be a national champion until he learns te sheet in t. face of stern opposition as he doe. when he" is playing for a lowletal score. rjENE WALKER .Southern motorcycle racer, was In town for a f?V I'Vtt Mterda- He stayed long enough te crack aw erld'a record at Byberry and then set off for ether rts Ind mere recerts EXPECT CLOSE STRUGGLE FOR POLO CHAMPIONSHIP Meadow Broek and Argentine Play for U. S. Title at Rumson Rumson, N. J., Sept. 0. Twe teams of men and horses will struggle here today for the glory of being called the pole champion of the United States, a designation that carries with It ac knowledgment of world-wide supremacy in the sport. The two teams the American Mead ow Broek und the Argentine Federa tion fours nre the highest geared com binations new organized anywhere. Jiest et tne followers of the sport here regard the outcome as a toss-up. The two captains, Dcvereux Milburn, the famed International back of Meadow Broek, and Luis L. Lacey, the nerve center of the Seuth Americans, are ranked the longest hitters in the world, both forehand and backhand. MARTIN BESTS GORDON Wins Hard-Fought Contest In Final Beut at Cambria A. C. One of the largest crowds of the sen sen sen attended the open-air show at the Cambria A. C. last night te see Jee (Peck) Martin gain the decision in IIASERALL TODAY. 3 P. M. NATIONAL LEAOUE PARK PHILLIES v. NEW YORK SEATS AT OIMDELS AND SPAXD1NOS Spring Garden Institute N. E. Cor. nreArjn, Garden St... RADIO COURSE Consisting of lecture en the elementary principles of Electricity aa applied te wireless telephony, practical laboratory experiments in Electricity and the atuiy of the various hoek.ups. '"" Day Classes In ELECTRICITY AND AUTOMOBILE Mcht Classes RADIO Machine Shoe Prac tice. Machine Miep Mathematics, Pat tern Shen Practice, Automobile KIpp. Mechanical. Arch!, jetural and Free II 00 k Illustration trie and Mechanical, Kirxnllnnal V-nelll.!.. i3' "'l.,?,' tn- tVJ. 9'!f7, ?pn September is Illustrated booklet Enroll New 7 iptae COME HAVE U SUNDAY'S SPECIALS m Lebster Dinner, $1.50 U Half nielleii Lebster Of 1 , , . Deviled Clam Uarbeeued Ousters Pafccd Petate Fith Platter, $1.00 Broiled Fresh nlut fhh Sew tjuceetath ffaratoce chips Seft Shell Crab Platter, $1.00 JiS,y flftf" .CVnI"' Tartar Sauce tried hog Plant naked Petatu Sirloin Steak Platter, $1.10 lii-et, Strleln ,Stnu Uaked Petate French Pern, . P II O 11 j Hew Dees It Strike Yeu? THE OBSERVER e played yesterday afternoon In the national tenna Nineteen courts were In use and the matches were played between . Te the casu'al observer it looked as If the Germantown Cricket Clnii ..... ibtUtMs' They have bfs men at .Germantown and they knew hew a ... ,J n Itnr l I ..It se erect that rpRED WESTERVELT is back en the umpiring slaff of the Nations! - League, and Tie probably Is back te stay. The Philadelphia nrhu.. x ISlftalM V .'" ?.e bUSlneM- Pre'dt Heydler IvS ,,etaS 'I , ?. mistake if lie retains him permanently. - eight hard fought rounds ever Djnnj viuruuil. Martin received a nasty cut ever W eye in the third session, which slewed him up for a while, but he opened up again in the cleslnc rnnnrU nnd tin easily entitled te the decision. semi-hnal honors in the Temmr Devlln-Al Fisher bout went te the former, the referee stepping the matcb in the fourth. , The ether results: Ynnn? Mullinii bested Bebby Rebldeau, Yeung Chappie wen from Nady Martel and Mickey' iuartei wen ever Charlie Mack, el Camden. ?Mm Our Feature Hat With n Binding $3"0 and Better Grade West Philadelphia Headquarters fer Stetson Hats Betson Hats 12 S. 52d St. 4012 Lancaster Ave. I0C30I ssss ' lara MEENEHAN'S CAFE 62D & WALNUT STS. Meenehan'e Special, $1.50 Lebster Themilder nevllett Crab Filtt 0 Sele Tartare Sauce Clams Casine Sarntepd Poluleta Chicken Platter, $1.60 ; el Broiled Bprina VMclen Vete Varreti nnd Peen In Cream French Fried rotators teltHce nnd Tematnt. Russian prcHM, Lein PerhPlaltenSLOO Ane t'nrrets nnd Peas .i UIOll' I MOi'll 'I'll "t' Mdlfl! TOIK1IOC3 Celd Cute with Chicken. Pefe StJ $1.25 M Re.t lamb wUh Petate Salad """I i .90 OSBBBa Bh , V " WW W "WW ww w ' - OnvtOKOHMBOBOHiaHOMOl m fr-Av r. j ' -; HbS'j'ei& .t ''-, !Ul tKJ" '' A.a.