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s SB'WfflPfiHSSS. Kit 7f-Krfm ' M7fl i . j?j.vi JL? 'ftV&tflNG PtJBfctG iifiDGEB- HIIDELralAnSATUJBpAXr SEPTEMBER, . 1922 1,' " v & 7? 0 ' ' r ::mmm,A -- J ... .. - TtftV ate Rally by Anether Spanish Star Furnishes Feature of Opening Day in National Tennis Anether Alonse Stages Late Rally and Triumphs !Jese Duplicates Feat of Brether Manuel by Coming Frem- Behind te Win in Five Sets Nat Niles Only Seeded Player te Lese at Start By EDWIN .1. POLLOCK rTBESE Alonse brothers, one must lladmlre thrm. They arc fighters fMim their henrts out nnd from the ends JJthflr hlnck hair te the Joes et their j.f .feet Remember bark n month age that riieslc Mnnuel Ajonse put en nt Mnn L ln the Davis Cup finnl ngnlnt Pat BCIDI i A,1ln. Downs T-'MX v ... e.1 nm In rnmpq. fi-l. beiten m pcis, - " , nd by tliccr fight struggled back from ffce Valley of the Vanquished te the Crtst of l'ic Conqueror. Yesterday hi" brother, .Tene Alonse, duellcflted his lent In his first match at L Germaiitewn Cricket Club nt the eecnlns ,f ,he rty-,ir-,,f nm,u"1 American Mnglca championships. jesc as matched ngalnfit Fred C. Andersen, the tall "New Yerk boy, and They fought It out through five lets en the center court In the twilight. Each gave almost te the end of his energy and the Spaniard wen. Alonse lout the first two sets, hut wen the third. Three times In the fourth fet, Andcrpen was within one tmlat of icter. and en each occasion. Alonse, by Ids (-nappy court covering .ml MCBdine". carried, the game te 5uceand took the net i-fi. It seemed as if the Spaniard took the fceait out of his youthful rival, but Anderwn proved he was made of stern-f- stuff Alonse swept through the ( five games of the fifth set and a love triumph appeared probable but Fred rallied and with the scorn l.j-40 agalntt Win In the sixth game, drove his ay te five-all. a 1 SEEMED that the lido had turned nnd was onre mere surging .Mr.i Amlcrsen. nut the iatm hackled up and by n (.cries of pass -ibets and hills, wen the nct two games and the match at !-0. :i-u, 6-1, 7-5, 7-n. t t t Tlie Vail of Mies IT WAS one of the few five-set matches played and it came nearer twine an upet than any of the ether Mve the elimination of Nat Mies, the veteran Hostentnn. by Willis E. Dnvls, the California stir, in another quintet of frames. 2-fl. 0-B. 2-0. O-S. 11-4. Nlles, who is an all-around athlete nnd champion figure skater of America, was the only seeded player who con tested and lest. Last year he was beaten bv Stanley Pcaieen, the squash racquet star, in the first round nnd yesterdav he was determined te stay ln the running, but the aggressiveness and iklll of the Pacific Coast star were tee much for him. With two exceptions, every ether eedcd player survived ln sequence set. The exceptions were Dick Williams, captain of the American Dnvls Cup team, and James C. Andersen, the Australian. The famous chop stroke of Irving 0. Wright, veteran Hostentnn. tarried Williams te four sets te win at 0-0, 0-2, 4-lS, 0-2. Sid Thaer, Philadelphia Cricket Club star, war here and former 1'eiin athlete, was the young man who drove Andersen into extrn.scts. The tall Antipodean, however, once his boom- I Ing forehand begnn wccklng as tf yore, captured the match. 0-3, .1-0, 0-2, fl-4. SUCH luminaries ns Hill Johnsten, THden's most dangerous contender for the crown, nnd Zcnze Shlmlru, the basrline exponent from Japan, were, among the straight Mt winners, but they were, forced te their best te triumph. The Crnft of Blddle CKAIO HI DOLE, who was a star before Vinnic Richards wns born, exhibited rplendld craft nnd skill against Johnsten. The gray-haired Phlladcl phian, n court general par excellence, gave the wee Westerner no chance te rest during the thiee sets. "Little Hill" had te play his host anil he wns in great shape. Me wen at (l-.'J, (1-1, ((4. Shlmizii was another who knew he was In n match, despite his straight set succe b. He was opposed te Walter Wcsbroek, the Detroit southpaw, who fought every point of the contest. Wcs Wcs Wcs breok made n urcat impression with his court covering, and belh were loudly npplaudfd as they left the Inclosure after the Oriental' star wen, (!-4, 7-5, Tllden had a woikeiit with Alex Thayer and had no trouble in taking three sets. Wallace Jehnsen. Heward Voshell. Itirhard', Frank T. Andersen, the Kinsey brothers, I.uclen Williams, I'nt O'llara Weed, I'mnris T. Hunter nnd Cerald L. Patterson, the ether seeded entries, all wen quite handily. of the Iiand-plrUcd and laced players defaulted. They were T701-R r nla, Phil Neer. who has returned te Le land Stanferd: It. C. Werthclm. the Au.-traliati. who Is en his way bath te his native count! y; Dean Matliey. former Princeton captain, and Arneld Jenes, the national junior tltlehelder. Liiclcn Williams a Star LrciEN WILLIAMS is a young man who will bear watching dining the remainder of the tournament. He Is the Yale student who wen the in tercollegiate title Ihls j ear and led the combined tennis forces of Yale anil Harvard te a clean-cut and decisive victory ever Oxford and Cambridge ln England this summer. Williams gained hlsh praise from English ciltlcs during his Invasion of the foreign collegiate elides. He has polish, skill, speed and courage. Yes terday lie had tilings easy against Hebert Norten, et Deal. N. J., and wen as he pleased. Norten was per mitted two games in three sets, getting eiui each in ,the second and third framc.v. Williams and Norten met en a side court and there were few who watched his easy triumph, but if he continues te piny as sensationally ns he did against his Jemy rival Williams will be en the center court ln the early part of next week. As, EASY as was Williams' vlr- fnrv. it was n ilinicult match fop the Yale star compared with the opposition put up against Patterson bv Charles llubbcll, of New Yerk. itubbcH lest two love sets, but man aged te win a pair of games In the third frame. iTENDLER DETERMINED TO BOWL OVER HAMMER Lew Is Anxious for Anether Match With Leenard Lew Tendler, beuthpnw ace. Is en tie home stretch of u training slege thut ke hones te carry him te victory ever Ever Ilnmmer, sidetrack the climb of Fl Meran. win him a return meeting With Benny Leenard and gain the ouch-sought goal of lightweight cham pion. Hammer will be Tcndlcr's first ebsttcln in the path that many Philn Philn eelphlans belleve will lead the Legan pertelder te the crown. Determined te score a mero decislvn Jlctery ever Hammer than thnt gained by Henny Leonnrd, Tendler will put in jn extra day of training tedu.v se that be may he in the peak of form Mendav light, when lie will square off with the Chlrnge lightweight at the Phillies' Ball Park. Geerge (K. O.) Chancy, of Baltl- toere, who has expressed n desire te dispose of Tim Dreney nnd then test Us Reiithpnw in combat with Tendler's pertslde wallops, will artive here today for his meeting with the nigged Lancas ter Ind Anether fistic debate that Is attract ing wide Intei est is the meeting between Bebby Harriett, Cliften Heights led Mad, ninl Sailor rricdman. et Chicago. AnxleiiH te avenge n recent setback when he wns caught off form, Jee Tip Uu has put in a biiby month training r bis return meeting with Tnl Meran, et ISew Orleans. Herman Tayler nnd Itelwrt Gunnls, no will stage tbc nll-llglitwclght card wat wi i bring te a close the local open epen Jir boxing season, announced .vest ei day wt the first bout will start at 8 P clock. Scraps About Scrappers Soldier Bartfleld Finishes Werner New Yerk. Rnt i RnMi Ti.rni,4 (loergtn rncr. also than r. mlntitn of th ReawancOUn,'r nt the H0,,lei:hM A- A sZJfi?! k s'et It Sel S n '"?. Knocked out Gcei V Proekljn, In lens than 5JJ round of lbs nchedi Ixw Tendlcr In booked for. thrre beulu Aftir hl nenKlen wl'h Ever Hummer nt the Phll'H Park hre en Monday n nht he will tnnH VM Meran lit Saw Verlt ei tembcr IS nnd Pinky viltehill In .Vlllwaukie the last wcilc In .September. Offenlni: of tlie Ohmiiln for the l:2-23 season will te en September 18. with flve elKht-reund bouts. They are Wlllle .lackfen f. Johnny HhuKrun. Carl Trttnalne a. llat tllnR Mack. Ad Htene n. K t Sansom. VVlllIu Jlerman Johnny Mealy, und Al Willis vs. Lew fanj.ler A return mateli between Youna Jack Dempfey and Ullly Oannen will be the fea ture of 'VVrdnead.ay night's rrearam at the lllleu Twe ether beuta are .Toe Farrell vs. Kddle Bmlth and Temmy Urewn n. K. O. YeunK Chanty, Johnny tiller, a Wilkes Hnrre welter welsht, rlena te teme te Philadelphia for mntrheK this (x-aen M0 ..ty1,': 'ne' tsve Shnde, Drjan Downey and Willie I-eunhlln. U'ltllnnt n. Iiftus a VV'llkes-Hurre sportB spertB man. manaues Johnny Itllev, Frankle Farmer, featherweights Joe Hardy. Ilg-hl-wilnht, and Temmy Shuinua. bantainwclBht, Grays The unJ Stlekey Cenner and llay Miilllran. Ferry boxers. ar retdy for nrt,len Mick wants te meet Hebby llurrelt Hay Issues a challenge te Al Meera. Here nre sonie of C.rav.i rerrj's mlttmen Ynunic I'enw.iv 113 I'atsy i'nan. ISO. f'harlev MeShJiie 131 Mattj llarrett, 183, Wily Haas im nnd Ua 'J Deiidlieriv. UH Het filleland. iar pound rhnntrlnn of the I'ubllc Scrtlce Omnpan) I annlen. N, J 4 open te meet any one hit weluht In I'hlU. dclphln A etmrtet of the heM boxers their weight In the northern section of the rjtv will cempete In a deuble wlna-up at the I.ejrin A. A. next Thursday nteht. Adam Ilyan has Danny Gorden mntched with Stanley Willis and Pallor Je Kelly paired with Jehnnv Krause. Other numbers ere Jimmy Drewn s Irish D-tnny Iledstrs Mlrkey Mariell v Mickey Ulllen nnd Kid Novla s Al Markle Start-v Snnilera In prepared te aecept (he rhallenun .'f l'ehb Purlie lle.idlnir iMnlam te meet nnv of the Phllndelphla UN-peunders. Banders nnd Ilurke lu met before nil! Tlnnev Issues n chillenite te .Tee fier. man. Jeh nrttt Hdwnrd I'ex and Ynuns Sherlock Th.n. U a letler In Ihe Sports Department 'of the I:m".vi.mi Pcuiir I.kikikii for Al Fet. TENNIS LUMINARIES IN MANHEIM TOURNEY WJE'JkwFjkKimt&3r'l T-" WmStnMttW01 TAKING mimM if JL ,' fft$kjj4feLjk&jliy?& .lBBBBBBBBBBBBHBBBlBnBBKMBBVV BBBBBbW B. H '$4tx4 llBBBBBBBBBBBBH jV tiS'rrifvffaF ,aMBBBBaBaiBBBBBIaBBBHRslbHBVAriflK??yjJjBBBBBBBk. J . SBt-. J 'C j iri. miAd flfa&wSBMsiB&BpfimSp jfjBMMwKri-w .Jh&LLw' K. $ t ? ' JRbB9!Ih1bbbbbbbH AjJjR ytrHpilBBIBJBp I x iTxIbbHbihbh M & nDiB bbbbbbbbbbEwI vl ' 9 4. 7 """s J f t HHflH A.L. BfflP: R.N.3VJLUAM5 FAIR NET STARS mm HERE Phila. Cricket Club te Stage Women's and Girls' National Tennis Tourneys MATCHES IN THE MORNING Hv CAR!. KISCIIKK riilliKlelnhla ncil Middle .Slates Champien Whllj practically nil the leading men tennis plajerH of the world are strug gling fW Ujp supreme honors of thb great nation nt Mnnhclm, many of our leading plajera of the "fair sex" will battle at flu- rhiladelphin Cricket Club in the Girls' National and the Women's Middle Stales' Championship. These eventa, which will be held only In the morning, will begin next Menda.v. Cel. Kurtz, one of the lending figures of the teurnument committee at the Cricket Club, challenges any one te show him finer turf than thnt found en their championship ceurtH. We share his views In the matter. Tbla equipment, coupled with an ef ficient tournament committee, should make the events n big hucccsr. The entry list of the (ilrl's Chum Chum plen.hlp la headed by .Helen WIIIh, the present titlt'-hnldcr. Miss WIIIh has been wich a leading figure In women's tennis thlR year that little need here be (.nld of her record or ability. During the last Kcveral weeks nhe has twice taken a net from Mrs. Mnllery. and en one of ihese orensiens the girl wonder came within threi points of defeating the national champion. She hns ltent en all our women players of note ex cept Miss H.uiiTeft, who hn defeated her four consecutive times. It hns only been during the pan few weeks that Ilflen his "le.illj found herself." how ever, and It has been Miss UnncreflV geed fortune of late te he drawn In the opposite half of the tournaments from the voting coast star. Last year Miss Wills' tnnin ambi tion was te win the girls' national championship. That was really her purpose In coming East. Her cause iv as net te he denied, and she wen the title, defeating Virginia Carpenter, of Hilladflphln. In the finals, tl-1, -l. This j ear Helen se far outclasses the Held that It seems haully vveith while singing the tourney. She will, how ever, encounter some opposition with Helen Henker nnd ('eves linker, should she be compelled te play both of these Schedule of Matches in Title Tennis Today Center Court Frnturc 2 P. at. Court Ne. 1 II. Nerrlj William', tlosten, vs Jehn P. Whltbeck. Hnrtfenl. Conn Court Ne. 2 Mnnuel Alonse. Spain, vs. Keliert Utlley, New Yerk. Court Ne. ? Watsen Washburn. New Yerk. vs. A. If. Chipln. Jr.. bnrlneileld. Mays. 4 r. M. Court Ne. 1 William J. Clothier. Phila delphia, vs Jofle Alonse. tpnln t-'eurt Ne, 2 Vlnrent I'.lchards. New Yerk. vi. Charles Garland. Flttsbursh , Court Ne 3 Wlllluni T. Tllden, 2d. vs. (ieeme Klnir New Yerk. Mde Court Matches 2 P. it Court Ne. 4: I.ternrd Deekrann. New Yerk. vs. Stnn'ej Pearson, l'hllintelphln. Court Ne. 3 Curl Fl.schcr. Philadelphia, vs. William J Gallen New Yerk. Court Ne n .1 O. Andersen, Australia, vs Kirk M Held Clevelind Court Ne. 7 Pt e Ilnri Weed, Ausirnll.i. vs. 1'urrnv Vr non. New Yurk. Court Ne H: u K. Wll llntn'. Ynl. vs Arthur Nellxen New Yerk. Court Ne U Perey Osberne. Pniladelphlii, vs Nerm.tn Itrainmall, Philadelphia. Court Ne. 10 1.. Tilchnrds, Philadelphia, vs. I.. Termjlne New Yerk. Court Ne, 11. An drew Meiean. Phlmdelpbla, vs. Ixon de Turerme. Tacemu, Wabh. Court Ne 12: Zenzo HhlmlJti. Japan, vs Hermtti Dorn Dern holm, Philadelphia Court Ne. i:t Perry Hull. .Seuth Or.inire. N J . is. Hey Coffin. Philadelphia Court Ne. It Pnui OoMt OeMt OoMt berouTh, Philadelphia, vs, Itay Johnxen, Plltsbiu.-h. 4 r. m. Court Ne 1 W W. ItiKraham. Provl Prevl Provl dnce vs. C. A Mnjer, New Yerk Court Ne, 6 Lawrence Itlee. Uoaten. M, 11 el IVirUA. New Yerk. Court Ne. fl: Hugh Kelleher. New Yerk. vs. K. II. Blnzen, New Y'erk. Court Ne. 7. llebert Klnscv. Call Call rernln. vs. Kdward Hdwnrds. I'lilladslptila, Court Ne S: Wallace Jehnsen, I'hlladel phla. vs Charles Watsen. Hcnch Hrtven. N. J Court Ne, 0. W. P. Wear. Phlln Phlln ilelphla. vs Wulter Newell, Kansas Cltv Ceuit Ne, 10 Wlillnm U. Uavls, Califor nia, vs. I. Termaln, Philadelphia. Court Ne 11' Heward Kinsey. California, vs Philip Ilnzby. Knnsax City. Court Ne. 12: C. .VI. riuireM. Halllmerii. v William T. Campbell. Philadelphia. Court Ne 13 Prank Andersen. New Yerk, vs. H. T Hei inlen llosten. Court Ne II Theinns lnnnrds. Philadelphia, vs Herbert I., Hen man. Nev Yerk. Court Ne 15: How Hew nrd Voshell. flreiklyn. vs. Wntsen Knlnht, Philadelphia. girls, who nre displaying an excellent brand of tennis. Mist) Hoeker has given many of our leading players close matches, while Miss Maker's unusual geed play has been a feature during the lest few j ears. I'nfertunately, Philadelphia seems te have no entries of note, A bit mere Interest in girls' tennis ln this city Is most desirable. The doubles event leeks like n walk away for the two Helens, as Miss Wills nnd Miss Hoeker are entered, Although Miss Wills, who, of late, has been Mrs. Military's, leading con tender. Is net expected te play In the singles of the women's teurne.v, our national champion will net have an tnsy time of it. us all the leading women plajeis nre entered. Among these nre Mrs. Mnrlen Zli. derstein .lessnp, Miss Leslie Iliinerefr, Miss Hdith Sigourney, Mis Clara Cns sel. Miss Anne Townsend and Miss Melly Thayer, M SS RUE WINS IN GIRLS NET TOURNEY Defeats Miss Margaret Cess in First-Round Match en Lans- dewne Courts, 6-1, 6-1 MISS WHITE IS BEATEN Miss Alice Hue wen her first . round singles match in the annual girl's lawn tennis tournament for the champion ship of I.ansdewne, en the courts of the Lansdowne Playground, from Miss Margaret Cess, today. The final count was ti-1. 0-1. The first set waa closely contested. Beth girls played from the back court, and almost every came went te deuce. Miss Cess' outs and nets, however, were tee frequent, und this enabled her op ponent te run out the set. Miss Cess bcrame a little wild in the next frnme. nnd Miss Hue easily wen the set nnd match. In the ether singles match played Mibs Murgarct Morrison defeated Miss Helen White, 0-1. 0-0. Miss Margaret Husband nnd Hdna Oieswlth wen their first round doubles match after a hard tight with Misses. Esther Ivyster and Edith Wilsen, J-2, 10-S. Miss Oreswith was the best player nnd scored a number of service aces. Her net game was brilliant also. In the second set Misses Lyster nnd Wil Wil eon cot away te a ft-H lead, but were unable te held it and their opponents finally ran out the set nnd match. Summary : FIRST ROUND SINOLES Miss Msriaret Morrison defeated Miss llelen White. 0-1. (1-0 , Miss Allro Hun defeated rtss Marsaret Cess fl-1, 0-1 FIHST ROUND DOUnt.RS Misses Marsaret Husband nnd Kdna, Oroa Orea with .Wealed Misses Hslher Uyster and KMIth Wilsen, O.J 10-s. Hna nmi.H' .SI.VifSI.KfS (Klrst Hound) Whlle Uufeated Adelaide Hut- Ma ru ret tlncer. 11-8. 4-11. a 4 lletlv Cunningham defcated Huth I'h.vre.th. CURLS' DOUm.ES (Klrst Round) Tleaner Frnaer and Florencs Hitler de feat, d Mary Hicks and i;ila Perkins, fl.4 7-3. Mere Honors for Harmen I hirli'T C Harmen the New Yerk Slate fliamplen peiket bllllardlil added mere latin Is te his crown last night hi defeating: Itslnh Heyd, Ohie Slate thamplen In one of the most tensatlenal tlnlshes ever stniced nt the Hchwart. Aesdemj At the end of th" twelfth fr.ime Hat (I had a eemrnandlnK lead. HI! te 41. Hnrinen then tllcked off run of .11 und played safe leaving the scere Ilia te 72. In his nent inninir Harmen made e sensntlenil run et m without u miss and wen the came, L'3 te 103 SWEETSER LEADS EVANS FOR TITLE What May Happen In Baseball Today CLASS TELLS IN New Yerk Gelfer 2 Up Fermor Champien at Eighteenth Hele en MATCH SQUARED ONCE nroelillne. Swectser, of nt Mas., .Sept. 7. Tesfl" New Yeilt, was U up en ! "Chick" Evans, of Chicago, nt the end i of the memlnfC round of play In the finnl match of the national amateur Relf , championship. I This was nnether surprise one efi the many that the tournament bus dc- veleped for Evans was the favorite te i win, in spite of the remarkable showing thnt Swectser has made In bis ether matches. Comparison with the scores of yesterday sheweil that it uetn piayee bole for hole, ns tuey inn in me semi final that 8wccter vveuIU ee i up the twenty-seventh. nut this was discounted since Evans has twice wen tlie amateur champion ship, nnd it was thought that his ex periencc would carry him te victory ever the younger man. Swectser, however, started out. and took the lead en the verv first hole, and was never down until the eight eenth hole was finished. Evans played very steady golf, but Swectser was at the' very crest of his game, and would net be denied. .lesfP was 3 up until the home hnle. when n perfect i!2e-ynrd iron shot laid Chick within a feet of the pin, while Swectser took three putts after landing en the green with his sec ond. In the third round of lat year na tional amateur teurrnment Evans de feated Swectser 1 up. Jesse (lets the .Jump First hole. 410 yards, par -1 Beth opened with 22.ri-ynrd tee shots. Svvcet H?r's mldiren second stepped fifteen feet from the pin. Evans" hinsste was short and he chipped te the far side of the green. Sweetser was down ln two putts nnd wen the hole. Second hole, :)." yards, par 4 neth drives were In the rough, but the sec onds made the green. Each putted twice te hnlve the hole. Third bole, -JeT. jards, pnr 4 Chick's drive was trapped, but he get out en his second nnd put his mushle third twenty feet from the pin. Sweetser was just short of the green with his approach shot. Evans took three putts nnd Jesse wen the hole with a chip and two putts. Sweetser '1 up. Fourth bole, 300 yards, par 4 Evans put his mnshie niblick second within n feet of the cup, while the New Yerker lay thirty feet beyond, .ipssc missed n birdie 3 by n hnlr, nnd Evans sank his putt for tlie birdie and the hole. Sweetser 1 up. Fifth hole. 420 yards, par 4 Driv ing ever the hill, both landed 220 yards from the tee. Evans' mldiren second rolled up within five feet of the flog. Sweetser's second was trapped at the left of the green. He recovered close te the pin nnd was down ln 4, halving when Chick missed his putt for a 3. Sixth hole. 2S."i yards, par 4 The Westerner's drive nnd his second were trapped. Jesse laid his iron second four feet from the pin, and Evans conceded tlie hole, 3 te li. Sweetser 2 up.. Seventh hole. 200 janK par 2 Sweetser's tee phet left him hole high in the rough, but v lliibbed his sec ond into a trap. Chick wan bunkered by his tee shot and he everplajed his second, but sank ln 4 while Jesse re quired fl. Sweetser 1 up. Klrfith hole, .3S5 ynrds. pnr 4 Evans' second was trapped beyond the green while Sweetsea tf.'ns close, up with his third. After two shots in the trap Chick tossed his niblick te the caddy and conceded the hole, becoming 2 down ngain. Ninth hole. 440 yards, pnr 4 .Icrc wns en in 3 nnd Chick just ever in 2. fcivuns sani: an cigni-ioei puit ter a Sar 4 nnd was 1 down at the turn esse required two putts : Cards : Sweetser Out 4 4 Evans Out .. .54 Square Club Hen Ist V.r. Win l.ee New Yerk ... 77 fl.l .B02 ..MM ,R ) rittshtirs;li . . 74 M .fifta .rtfle .ftftZ i Ctnelnnall 7.1 Ot .MA .MS .nil ' (lilenire . . . 72 CO .r.l. .MS .fill Sit. Iifliil . . 72 01 .Ml .M.I .".37 tlroektrn . . . WJ BR .189 .101 .18., PhiiiieM . ih 82 ,:mii ,a7 .ami tlosten . in 81 .3.17 .303 ,351 AMKItlCAX T.KAOI'K Clnh W. t.. V.r. Win In Split .New Yerk . SO ni .002 .(VOl ,M)7 . . st. j-euis . in rr, .sun ,nw) .nni . .. Detroit ... 73 CI .flltl .0 .MS . .. hlriiKO . , 01) 07 .507 .CI I .504 . ,. Cleveland flfl 70 .HI'S ,4sn .1S.1 . I Wn-h'len no 72 .45.1 .450 .407 . . AII'letlcN fill 75 .427 :4M .421 .123 llosten . fit 80 ,89 '.407 t.303 .400 ' lln (no, t'xise two YESTERDAY'iS RESULTS NATIONAL TENNIS Favorites Come Through First Tests of Champion ship at Manheim in GARLAND MAY SURPRISE y WILLIAM T. TILDKN, 2d American Tennlu Chimplnn w lieu 4 4 1 4 the 3 8 3 4 Tenth -3S NATIONAL I.KAOl'i: rhIUIes. R: New Yerk. 4. (hleflKe, I0 I'lttsliurch. 7. St. fxjuls ni Cincinnati 1. Ilroekljn.lloslon. net seheduled. AMEIllfAN J.K.aVK llosten. 2: Alhletlrs. I, New lerk:. Hi WnsMnittnn. I. Dttrelt St. Iiul 3 Chlence, 7i Clevelanrl, 2. I.VTKrtNATIO.VAJ, UXGUK Ilnltlmere. (li Jerxey Cltr, 4, lluffnln, fli Keehester, 5. straeue, li Terente. 3. ItniUlne-Newnrli, postponed. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION relumlnis. Rt TxoImvIMe. 2. IndlHnnnells. 10i Teledo, A St. I'iiiiI. Hi Mlfnaukcr. ft. Mlnneapelts, Hi Kansas Cltr. fl. CISTERN LEAGUE New Hnvrn. 0 Wnterhury. 1 (first rnme). New lliiven, 14 1 Wutrrbury, 3 (second came). Alhnnr. 4i nrl(letxrf O (first enme), Itrtdcepert, li Albnnr 0 (secund same). Plttslleld. 0 Wercster, O. Sprlnirlleld. Oi Ilnrtferd. 0, SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Atlanta. Ot New Orlenn1. 1. Mobile, ni lurmtnennm. Nnslitlllp. 7i leninhU. a. Chnttanoeia, Ci Llltle Reek. nines). 4 (10 In. TODAY'S SCHEDULE NATIONAL LEAGUE New Yerk nt rhllndrhihln, llosten al llroeklyn. SI. Leuis at rinrlnnntl. Chlcice nt rittslrurith. AMERICAN I.EvOUK Athletlrs nt tlohten (two iritnies). Wabhlimten nt New lerk. Clcirland ut I hlemre. IH-trett nt St. Ieuls. Tenth hole. 32." ynrd--, par 4 The Chicago player laid his iron second cluht feet from the flag nnd sank his ball for n birdie three. Jesse took two putts and the match was square for the first time since the start. Eleventh hole. M5 yards, par fl On I the lenuest hole of the course Kvnns' j drive wns in the reuRh und his third landed the bell past the Krceu. Hit mnshie niblick return rresseil the green ngnln. Sweetser. en in thtee. took two' puts, but went into the p,u nualn. J Twelfth hole. 1 Hi .Minis, pnr :;. n0th reached the creen with their IreiiH. Hvans took three putts n Sweetser laid him a stymie, winning the hole ln par. Sweetser '2 up. Thirteenth hole. .'ISO unK pnr 4 Chick's second was just sliett of the green, while Sweetser was well ou. Evans pitched up close and Jesse con ceded a halved four when he missed a putt. Fourteenth hole, 40 jnrds pnr 5 KvnnV swend win under the trees te the left of the green mid JesseV in R. leugh te the rlKht On in three. Sweet tier sank a tliii irt'ii-fent putt for a birdie 4 Fifteenth hole. IlT.'i vanK, par I The Mel-oielitnn ehaiupien outdreve Chick and laid li Ih second close up, Evans en (he edge of the green al th" left, overplayed hi" putt Swiutser misserl bin putt, but laid a partial Mtymie and wen 4-fi. Sixteenth hole, 1.10 janK jmr .1 They halved in par figures, each taking two putt from twenty-feet lien. Seve nt een th hole, 300 ynrds, par 4 Their drives lay together; Evans' sec ond was en the far edge of the green and Sweetser's hfleen feet from the pin. Enc htoek two putts for a par 4. Eighteenth hole. 400 yards, par 4 The drives lav even en the home bole, but Chick drew a rear of applause from the gallery with n perfect midlren nhet of 12.1 j arils te a feet from the pin. Sweetser's second landed en the edge of the green. He took three putts and conceded the hole te Evans,. 5 nnd 3. Cards : Sweetser In . .. . 4 r. 3 4 4 4 a 4 B 3d Evans In 3044ns:i4 337 lungrenquitTgtn. high Ail-Around Athlete Will Enter Ped dle Institute, According te Repert "SI" Lungren has left Oermantewn High Scheel, according te n report re ceived thli morning. Lungren, one of the greatest all-around athletes in the history of the school, will enter the Peddie Institute. "Si" wns te have captained the foot feot foet bnll eleven at Germantown this fail, lie also was te have led the basketball team ln the winter nnd would have played en the baseball team next spring for the third time. He also put tlie shot en the track team. Gene Itarrett, baseball captain nnd member of the basketball and football teams, also hat left Gcnnantevvn. Hausberry. the track star, and Light cap, of football fame, nre ethers, who have quit tlie Green and AVhltc Insti tution. Several ether stars are ineligible te piny foetbnll this fall, including Gorden and Sew ell. "CASEY" TO COMPETE Knights of Columbus Will Held Track Meet Today Mere than 200 "Cnsev" athletes will take part tills afternoon ln the first annual meet of the Knights of Columbus Athlctle Association of Philadelphia nnd vicinity nt Forty fourth street and Pnrkslde avenue. Thirteen events nre en the program. Thirt te forty ntbletes nre entered In the sprints, and the miie run has. brought out n score of contestants. All Hie events are written. CLASS told in the opening day's plr ! in the nntletml singles clinra- l plenshlp nt Germantown Cricket Club jesterdny. nil the favorites advancing, according te expectations. Several de faults, notably theso of Arneld W. Jenes, the national junior rhnmplen, nnd Dean Mathey, the New Yerk star, marred the field, but with these ex ceptions, nil the btars appeared and triumphed. The foreign invnders showed that the title Js in danger of leaving the coun try by the splendid form they all dashed. J. O. Andersen, the great Australian who se nearly defeated me In the Davis Cup matches nt Ferest Hills last week, was extending te de- i feat Sid Thayer, Jr.. the famous Penn sylvania athlete. Thajer was In top form and fully earned the act which he wen from the Antipodean. Gerald L. Patterson, the vverld'fl champion, nnd captain of the Austra lian Davis Cup team, was Irrcslstable In crushing jeung ('. C. Ilubbeil with the less of but two games. The famous service nnd overhead vvaH in evidence, an Patterson tuned up for future mntchfs. Pat O'Hara Weed, the third member of the Australian team, romped away with his match from Arthur Mathls, dropping eight games in thfee sets. Zenr.e Shlmizu. the wonderful little Japanese star, found "Walter. Wcst Wcst Wcst 1toek, the left-hander from Detroit, n hard nut te crack. Fer nearly two hours these indefatigable "getters" fought out every point before superior steadiness enabled Shlmlzu te win out, 0-4. 7-fl. 0-3. Mnnuel Alonse, the marvelous play er from Spain, thrilled the gallery that circled nn outside court, with Ills dashing sensational attack that swept nil before him. He swamped It. w. Gllmore. 0-1, 0-1. (t-1. bv tennis thnt showed he Is n serious contender for tlie title. His brother, Jese, after dropping thu two first sets te Fred An An An dorsen, wen a sensational live-set vlc vlc teiy by n remarkable rcverwil of form. The fifth set produced one of the most remarkable up-hill fights in tennis his tory. Andersen, 0-5 and 15-40 down, match point ngainst him fought. Alonse off until the scere steed 5 games all nnd his advantage. The Spaniard plopped him just in time aud wen out, Johnsten In Shape Little Pill Jehn si en. possibly the strongest contender for the chumpioD chumpieD ship, played splendid tennis against Craig Hlddle. The wonderful little Culifernlan could net afford te leaf, Uiddle always is a dangerous opponent nnd yesterday was in top form. The veteran Philadelphinn clearly earned the eight games he wen. It was a splendid display, as Johnsten wuh in lighting trim and working hard. 1 R. N AVllllams. 2d. dropped a Set te Irving C. Wright, but was se ob viously superior in the ether three that he out -classed bis fellow Itostenian. Williams looked very geed te me today, although lemewhat uncertain off the ground. Vincent Richards vvn net at his best against T. J. Mnngnn. losing eight MANHEIM VOLLEYS Seme Lebs Picked Up Outside the Courts at National Tournament OME te think of it, this dtaw is all COM wi In the fust pi ice, Dietme anil Coffin should have met In the first round, the winner te meet Graves Then, tee, the logical place for Campbell N with De Turrenne, and Kind should have paired off with I.erej . In addition te this. Clothier is the obvious adversary for Wear, and Fischer and Hunter eertnlnlv idieuld be together It is nlmnst unnecessaiv te point our that Minion nnd Illi e have an Intimate n-'-eci.ltliin nil ihfli own. As It is, however, (inilm.l nmi Kecil have nothing but u lni t li-uli ural af finity. There can lie nn uiiipliilut mi the ether hnud about tin wide gull' which sepniates Hayday nnd Knight In the drawing games nmi appearing uncertain nnu (nreles.s. He seemed te lack much of his customary confidence. Wallace F-. Jehnsen, Wntsen Washburn, S. Ill Voshell, F. T. Hunter nnd the ether leading American stars, advanced with little or no tieuble. I hail a fine work out ngnitiHt A. V. Tliajer, who dreve well and forced me at all times, but missed tee many shots te seriously threnten nt any time Willis E. Davis and X. W. Nile staged the second five-set match of the day in the center inclesure. It was a battle of servire for Davis against ground strokes for Nilea in the early stages, with the ground gnme, as al vvnjs, proving superior. As the match were en Davis Improved materially lu his driving. Niles led nt 2 setn te 1, hut the f'nlifnrniiin nulled nwnv nt- 5 all and eventunlly took the match, 0-4, in the til tii set ending the match vvitn a tremendous overhead The opening day crowd was large, enthusiastic nnd splendidly behaved, applauding the geed shots 0f nil the players Impartially, while showing s.vmpathetlc silence nt errors. The ceuits. although soft from the recent rains, were trie, nnd with n warm sun I tomorrow .should lie firm nnd fast (niwruht. 13" bj 1'nh'tr I rrijrr I empaHV TO RENEW DOUGLAS FIGHT Pitcher's Attorney Soen te Submit Evidence te Lnndls New Yerk Sept. 0 The active fight te get Phil Deuglns, banished pitcher, back into the ranks of ergnnizpil base ball, which was interrupted temporally because of the illness of the former star of the Giants' pitching Mnfr, H about te be resinned Edward Enuterbneh, alternev for DeuglaQ. declared ve.terilny that he has virtuallv completed his collection of important evidence betiiiug ou the case nnd that a mass of documents will b'e ferw aided te the offices of Commissioner K. M I.andls m Chicago within the net few days. HERE WE HAVE A PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY OF THE YOUNG MEN SEEKING BERTHS ON PENN'S GRID ELEVEN &srx. laWfc'ilWe '&'""? M 1 F!' ' werts' VWA-7 ' vsf, f J"V . Th - :HvK i: -r - - ' j JK' w mm$8? :. Jifc?w,SSrl JWter rfXiLT6CT ''.Y- "" !-.' 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