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SPORTS [ BOAT CLUB CREW IS BACK WITH TROPHY WON IN REGATTA 1 SPORTS Corbett Says Credit for Great Show tug of Bravo? in Jf>U Rightly Belongs to Mitchell. flopped after losing him Although Rooters Once Hailed Stal lings as "Miracle Man," They Arc Now Clamoring for His Dethrone ment From Managerial Berth. Vru-Dv, J- COIIBETT. ?pparently have *1? SE once had in Oeorce v/m,w.h ,.hei i it is possible that before another 2,r:l;s(1ar?,!d th*r? may be a new j ? lie*m of the Braves' pr"ift i nen? innSS19nPCan1<rt0s"at,0nal pro:1,i- ! Tnrt ?.,1 ai\d bccanie heralded as the n^raole man of' ofhS Braves^W'V th? Perf?rmunce on? Ifp .Y 5 lhat Vfar stands out as one of the greatest of all time. Were' "in la?V? ?? 'nt? JuIy lhei Braves mired TS Pj*<-*?. sceinlnly deeply i!v% team all season had ;hown nothing that would indicate that it ever could lift lt?elf hevonrf second division at its best But of a sudden the club started on the most nl'Z""" th. ??. 's,?%; into fQu^th pc'tUion They maintained it H"i? S ?urlnS the folTowlng week they moved into second rlncc ' closely chasing the leasru* - leadinr : ?hend5entlfs?5>fni h?d ( bcen ,ifted from : a op t.is of despair as far as pen- ? narn hopes were concerned and began' whooping it up for the Braves The whole baseball world focused its eves upon the team and began to ask: * | fV? ?an <? V u" Can tli^y rea.'h the top. And if they do, can they hold Cued Only Three Hurler.* fh?h??i,teh ,h? !atter Part of August and . *k In .^Pttmbsr the Braves, hung onto second place and day aftfir day cut down the once-tremendous lead ~i. 1 Sl.ia,nls 1 t'sing only three pitchers, Tyier. Rudolph and James. the team playing superbly be- ! hind them, the Braves stepped forward! and ever forward. At last, amid the wild shrieks of the multitude, the -Braves Jumped into first pUce about ^ opt ember and there alter never were headed. , ,I?a.VillK achieved the top. the "smart folks insisted that the Braves were ! 52r^0.?r?j*.: ,Via: th* pac<> had be?n > " ter. inc ti?at the loam would rip wide I open :n a .'??? days, and that it quicklv I woulo sup back from the top. Put the 1 Braves never cracked and went right , on and won the pennant racing to the ? v,:i7 *l*t>'-nln? P?lats. or five and one- i hah full games beyond the <?iants 1 And then came the world's series the lucky and mediocre Bra\es vs ' ? onnie Mack s peerless Athletics." The betting that preceded that affair maie , t.ie Athletics tremendous favorite? Rut the miracle work of the Boston-.an* ..ad not been completed. It reach.'d Us zenith !n tne titular clash, when, to the utter astonishment of the entire Daseball population. the Braves ' whipped the Athletics in four sartight 1 the only time this has happened in the' modern history of world's series base- [( bail. i When all this cara? about the crowds \ ?irent one er.d of th? nation to the other chanted the pra:ses of George Stallinzs ' They gave to him the credit for the i spectacular triumph of the Bostoniar.s, i But at t.-.e t'rn- timers were few per sons. t'-.? "insiders," w-ht. male thi? 1 statement: Credit Doe Mitchell. i "I.* -S"'t >:j.'.:nc? to whom the real c credit shou;d go. Pass it aioi.g to'. T ree Mit'.'ne!!. wno was the lieutenant * for Stalling?, and who w ?s the real * power .-e". p.d the throne. Without c Mlfh' .* \ cirtair.tr- that, the Eraves never would have landed anv- 4 where. The brains of Mitchell dom'i-! ^ nated ma - y critical situation* the . ig.itir.5 spirit of Mitchell was rot1,ected in the athietes. ?n<l ji was Mitchell who saved th?- team from cracV.'.n? ' time anfl arain ' ! But the Stall::.gs shouters continued : to hand it to George . i A year '..iter t":.e T-lr^'. es wit-. M '(-'-el1 ' Mill a lieutenant put ;p a g-eat f.ght . for the pennant. f^.i a t.t i . r* i The nex- season M ".:..eK w>s passed ? ylor.p tj l he C j'ds Ar.d from :h?t tla.e ] on the Braver haver.'t landed &n\- | where Th' team year after vear. al though t ;eorg<- Stall': ngs a* betn at t ? ?uf' pli>*ed '.n-a:. . out b*M'.-:vt a::d has never he?n a real factor :n "pennar.t * ?ht. The worr' ' xh; clua has made sin<e 1M4 is this -.ear And *h? ?Bostonians arc- now- shrieking for ? he sralp of Stalling.?. Thiv want a r.f* manasf-. Th?- feel "that :: ? Mitchell, not Stalling* w ho was t* e real factor in the w.nr.ir.g - * the K*'.4 pennant. An I so they -,a*.e lo?t t e 1P15 and IMt'. faith .: eta . ? s a-.d yearn to sfe a new face the p:. ? house?Copyright. Il ??. STOP TOUR'dF MERMAIDS Australian f,|rj Swlmmlni; Stnr# Bnrred l-'rom n.-irnirinrnitiiK 'I'rlp by A. A I . NEW TOrk. July 2;?The Misses1 I-anny Durack and Mina WyJ'.e. : Australian swimming stars "and ' holders of a number of women's swim ming records, will not be permitted to tour thi?i country, as <*0111 ft nti> Sated, under the direction of a manager who?-e 1 rxpenses were to have been paid out j>f the profits of ?urh a tour. Tins was letertn.ned last night 11 a special ineot ing of the Amateur Athletic Union, held in the Metropolitan A. A U headquarters The decision against the swimmers ! .s the climax of a tangle that b^-iran nefore the girls l.-fi Australfu Pr Nous to their departure the Australian rwlmming Association tabled for- the ? i s approval rjf the tour. In '?lew of the c-ontl). t with the rules ?owet.r?iCrn:"K R,na:etir sports bodv. ! aowe\er. this country's ofllciais refused ! this approval Regardless of this fact ' Lnd Sniorfa,\f . fr,r t,u"' U nited Ptates. ir?d. upon their arrkval. the Pacific . P'^glstration t'ommittee re 8arict ion the tour ^Jrack a"1 Miss Wylle at traded the censure of the \ k If ibout a vear aro. when, under al joyAuVtS?l?ifd V?r,K? 'oVciir8\on rVhe 0r ipp^ ds?*r,itt ,ht,aa.r" IhJm1"!'^ ,h,,thH0,r,i-' ?cconi|>],:tv (h?m to the jcurnev x^r. h *s their own chaperon, a' If mi purack The Australian omclaU in touch with the authorities of ib's tountry, ano when the arr'ved Ban Francisco they found the count? barrtd to their proposed ioi,r VETERANS BEAT YOUNGSTERS' Alexander and Voshell Take Menaure of C.ratem and Klnner In '.rest Don bleu Match. CLEVELAND, O., Julv t ? ???'??' th? tristate?Ohio Ind'ana ?nd Kentucky?chamnlonRht'? Sou Mas here today, Kred ;inami*r New York, and P ifoward \*oJhe1f' ?( "x.i""urlLv" * i-o5 ?*;' .s,;*h"" " Ain't It a Grand and Glorious Feelin'? By Briggs va/hftm mr. th6rmc)mete-r $ays 86? whh5 voo preis ? amd oim the six o'clock car The girl next to yov vwear5 furs w - amd You vst^uggle om "To your hor^e all in ?amd You hafta 5tand up all the wav down tbvun ini f\ hot - amd thf ?oss as cr03s a?^t> "crazy with th6 heat" -amd your mother has a Plate op ice cre^ for re>o - Oh- bov ; aim't it a gr-r - RAND amd GlOR r-r-rious feel\rsi' IIGTOHIOUS CREV9 RETURNS .OCAL OARSMEN TOOK BIG EVENT IN MEET SATURDAY loot Ctuh F,lgh( Brins* Ba?k I.nrRe Mirer Trophy C.'np Won From Fast Arundel*. Virginia Boat Club oarsmen re umcd to the city yesterday tired. but iappv in bringing ba.ck a huge silver :up. proud remembrance of winning ho premier event In the big regatta.. ,, Baltlmoie Saturday, the junior, iight-oared shell race. A goodlv number of members who vers along spoke highly o? the way he regatta was handled. The Virginians arrived on the scene n Baltimore Friday morning, and wen; iver the course both in the morning nd afternoon. Saturday morning eatlv -a n from Richmond brought in scares ,'f additions to the Virginians' rooting ontlngent. and the Southern Hotelh va8 a mifs of enthusiastic lovers of he sport. Down at Ferry Bar. at the Arundel keadiuarters. many were of the opiti on that notwithstanding any ? rtss of the visiting crews, the locals iould certainly win the premier event. ">ri'v two weeks back the bra v n> vru-idel cr-w had decisively defeated Arie's and associate clubs .^/d nut forth! and only .he Virginia *?at flub eight remained to contest he event ( rrrtn Differed Radically. When the two crews took to the ~v; was. %?>?.??; ? i-,#r!?':t unison se on* man. The Arund?ls took It easy on the lwe'.mila paddle from the clubwharf ir. th? ?t/> rt. resting often. The rlr.U hoys, the only other contestants., VhJv p?tedaCunder the "T&V fining1 m theV ?J^Te off. At the beginning \y half-mllt :r.?r~ ?'?? "ached vrund.l * B??rt ler,K,h ln lhef i"AV"h1.t)in?.5r"n5uh th. ?'! ista??'i8SwSB&. ,S.l -inaHv <hlriy-i*o. Th? rt?uH j-? Jhen the two boa Is shot under ne Ha nover Bridge. 200 yards from the finish, they were neck and neck. Cheered on by Crowd. tvi?h shouts of "Virginia! Virginia' in their cars from the cheering cro^ '^n the brldg.- the local crew gave the prettiest exhibition of rowing ?blv ever seen on the I atapsco. " rtftifect blade work, each man aR one.! the linal spurt began. Frantically t.ie Xrundel coxswain called on h>s J1**" for a rtnal ten But they had Ml the v had Open water, a '0,n^Vl sf it. showed between the two boat* n t the finish, the most exciting ra<e of them all. Though the odds' *>?<> been Kreatly ag.tins them ?s far as betting went, the Virginia crt? wont the unexpected and brought home the '^The Virginians also were entered in ihe iunloi* four-oared gig event and copped second place, after' fighting ii out with t:<e Ariels for this posi tion. A rundcls won this event. In just ice to Ihe gig ere*vh.owf,*irt hot i were handicapped by their tht ln which, although suited for the pUcW1 waters of the James, was totally un fitted for the choppy waver, of the I? k tap sco Water breaking over the Sow and filling the gig had much to do with the resuic The personnel of the winning eight was as follows: how. Lee; No 2. Ker shaw: No. 3. C.llllam; No. 4. NS ood. N'o. Hurt; No. fi. Orubhs: No. <. Thompson; stroke, Andrew#; coxswain. fJlCoach Brown left for his home in ! Cambridge. M*ss.. inmiediately after the regatta, his engagement as boat club coach having expired Brown ' was extremely popular with the local oarsmen, and n if not uiilikel> ilie Virginia Boat <"luh will re-engage Hie I Harvard inentor next season, i Kd Hotae. well-known member of the club, declared last night that Ihe | Richmond eight deserved greai credit I for winning from such powerful op ponents. The local rooters were I wlldlv enthusiastic, were constantl t cheering the men who were upholding 1 their colors, and had more ?pep" than I the other clubs combined, he said | No, Baltimore was not dry, HoUe i concluded HANDICAP ON OPENING DAY HAS CASH VALUE OF $7,000 v. v, A'j.jiriK.jw " >tnke. SARATOGA. SPRlvoc , , President Rlcharri t u- ?' Julv 27 ? been here for two w-?lV?lS?n' who lias for the statfmM?! ,k K.s- ,s authorUy been overlooked tV-,' ne W "s ha8 ?he comforts of ? >,? ,? Increase have found tha annual wusai,fls who Saratoga As3oeiaV??n ?tlng of the ment of the Brted h!,// ,c ,r,,Prove of outdoor en J oymenf. S an 1(,eal fyrm ...T!!r..ciuJ,ho? has hoen k an eiffht-foot addition r?., by STivi.MS much no?,] j? ' 01 .t',rc<- sides. w-?r* fashion lus b^? u-nn,*,"01'0" frregate daily to )ii??.i, ' ont "J ???>"? mire the horse? in Sil> a:,d afi fence now sur-ounris t l?r,,.an.,6n,al iron and divides u,Shth? JU'SSW stand, 'he Jaw,!. wh,!.? k nru ; T''"'0, fr?!" ' boon mad-? for horses -i > f,!,tra?c? Has . Haven, hv which 'ni?Jn. li1* iil Horse ?oablod to rea.-h th^ n H. rV vv,n ??* encountering Paddock without biles and th.ir ,of ??tomo a< the mai " g.Lit tm? J'1 mS 'lange.fi WiI' he used ox.*lu?iv ?u ,UVA fll""ance a = 'l thev will 5 ' ror ?'or?es. Way or ^;uhr?^ic P*0docK oy V,.r, ,r,u'kH In (.ood >hnpe. Superintendent Wi!]ia?, A, leaned the business of tr? C.,ar<?- w,'? der the watchful r.f 1 ?care Brigniou Beach, has both ?!f f:4!h'-r at Horse Haven cou-*a- i. main and vision. Ho iiai iiVr iv- sr>lendici i;oii< c?.as* . -our.se 3 eon^foS I ^ *?id the. footing will no* k a,tent|on. ?n 191 S. Kve,i Jlorsi i e as hanl ** hcen overlooked in the has n"1 metu. as a new im.. ot ?n>Prove bu?it alon? :lw- east " f<M,c0 has >>**" Property, whin, i2 n.w ?d?e ?"<J of tlie of tabling j!, -."VX,,k,rt^ hy row'* whitewash ?!?ammg jackets of Po>il?ailSulrMsai-#?d?!!fi a.1 !he metro dent Wilsonve?.?rrf5U,<?.V s*"1 fr**! we shall ha\> th? most 1! hfe1'i*t eon in ou. history \V th ,'iTSful s,'? People ar4 hunsrrv for ,-l\ ",c.w??r over of the outdoor Worts c-ir'iMt* None : an appeal Rs raclne n .i 3 ?,ronK which stirs the hearts ?f ^i Peolao,e its devotees in ev.-.r. w. ?> a!'ai|,i ''as sides the thrill r h'/c a,K 01 "f*-- Re the best horsei he worTd ''/5 1,elw"? ? you know m? ,v r rl ' L'a" Produce oughbreds are foreign bre^. knowledge tha. in V?,l ,ere 18 " these racing teats b Promotion of Vic. for : "" ?????*'??'l..brU| Sar.lo#r? lhe Prov|njr r;rouad brtwecn*th*SK',R n"V" ^*1" Kr'i" rivalrv I produ^o? or ;";?,r;aih<k, wmi ..in ,hft 1 tinued Mr. wffio | forru^r i 11 Ri 11\* 1-* 11 ' fr^at p<*r? i tl.1? t he H > Jul": - ? ml '"?* >' and Phe?eCaS s '''^ J^'h.dusu'^ i ?^rded for\i;olr^rS(loVair ,iCl" '8 L[hVJy'zu'*?fcyri??& StXl1 i Jnd h." ',n ror ^^ear oi : ' r 1 V0*" Handicap for three- . a ouarte? r! . a' ?'u' ,T,i1^ a'?d Tu-l, t.lr S:*turdrty the pick of the. ,. o?year-Ald?i and the best of the I the0V'11?it 1 ??'?8 l,uv' cng*8eni?ntK in ; SUk1 Hotel alul Ktinner mi' . ;,h ;r''"vHy' ,hc lttUcr "t.e ! lit ^ three-njAieeiiths. a r uir^i?i?Sli Handicap, which has J 2i m J '35?' valu<- of $7,000. i J at on# mile and a quarter It hi I on V?M *1 ost'e21 a"f'lc*P hoi-Mv in Anuria 11 ??!? i2 ? *f !ra,"< ia good gle furnish u noteworthy strug- I Parch**, mil He Slnrter. whu.h?nft5 "J? ?'?iRihles arf. Cudgel lop we Vi ; 'atiprr^ v??*?urarli males ratid i ^ 123 pounds; figrbriar, champion p?,rni?qnd 'he Ros? 1 Ihrc" ^eS,. )**'? the best of the Harton not liiw.i 'irS' 'I'ISIiMed. Sir found * wMnnJr^f ,hft :?hove ii?i ,t S?AA ?,ra1 . >"1? ?l??y S"turV",,u,M. w h . I, hiis' V'ur.'un08 "?1*' .Slaken, 'ion of Jin f?o(i '! i! /f!,*r<l'>leed valu.i t^o.yeftr. i l'un^'i^ ?'v' ?? TUide to of 'he L, ? n,fy' though Home he riMrvell f#r fhi'u M'ii', Special ?nd oin.J Hopeful Saratoga I Mary. nVdVrHlftM*r ?'Wa,V Ronnie 5,iinQo8j STANDING OF THE CLUBS NATIONAL I.EAGCF. Won. I.o.st. I'rt. New Vork 52 24 .CS4 Cincinnati 54 27 .?HZ I Chlraro 46 SO .501 ! Brooklyn 40 41 .464 Pittsburgh 40 42 .48R noston 20 ?H .3*7 St. I.ntil* :<ft ?,o .37.1 Philadelphia 27 50 .351 IlKSn.TS V ESTF.BDA V. Philadelphia. 4: Brooklyn. 2. New York, 5: RoMon. 2. Cincinnati, 5-3; Pittsburgh, 3-1 (sec <>nd came. playlnt out second same of .July 0. which was contested!. (hUaco, 4; St. I.on)*, 0. (?AMES TODAY. Hoston nt Philadelphia. Plttsburch at Cincinnati. Chleacro at St. I.ouis. AMERICAN I.HAGUE. ?. Won. I.ost. Pet. Chicago 55 31 .010 , Cleveland 40 X7 .570 Detroit 4R 37 .565 New York ' 16 .501 St. I.oiiif, 45 3ft .530 Host>>n 30 4fi .439 Washington 37 51 .420 Philadelphia 22 fil .265 KESCI.TS YESTERDAY. Philadelphia. 3; Washington. 2. St. I.ouis, 11; Chicago. 5. Detroit. 2; Cle\eland. 1. GAMF. TODAY. New York at Ronton. VIRGIN IA T.EAGl'E. Won. I.ost. Pet. Portsmouth 0 * -C02 Norfolk 10 ? ??}??? Petersburg 8 0 .4J1 Suffolk .. C J .129 Richmond R * .*30 Newport News 0 3 .1-0 RESULTS YESTERDAY. (No values scheduled.) GAMES TODAY. Portsmouth at Petersburg. Richmond at Suffolk. Newport News at Norfolk. thian, most of them winners in the Fast already, will be cailcd upon t.o meet the track western 001*1 and rtlly High '.'omnund and Miss Jemima re spectively. as well uts Sam Freeman and oilier good ones that have been performing well in Kentucky. The West will have to ?how a phenomenal performance to take the measure uf Mr. Riddle's Champion, which horse men In general regard as the best two vear-old shown on the New York :racks this year. Purchase and Sir Barton, now ad mittedly at the top of the three-year old division, are both eligible for the Kenner Stakes, which is a classic, first run for in 1X70. when it was won by Knquirer by Leamington. These two alone would make a superb rac?. Others entered Include Ininboyne. Lie Frank. Milkmaid, Blue Laddie, Hanni bal. King Plaudit and Colonel Livings ton. If Sir Barton and Purchase both ac cept for Saturday all records In the way of attendance should be shat tered. FRENCH NOT BALL "PLAYERS Fast on Their Feel and ISa*er to Learn, but Are I nnlilc to Throw and Catch Well. NEW YORK. July 27.?rT he re is no doubt that the Frenchman has what we call "an eye." With his quick ner vousness he is able to make his mus* clos respond instantaneously to hla brain. This Is one of the requisites of baseball. As batters and base runners K is conceivable that the Frenchmen might shine at baseball. But between the neck and the waist the average Frenchman Is not a base ball player and never will be. unless a special baseball hiand of Frenchmen is developed. Frenchmen run to legs, strange as i< may seem. The brave poilus, with stiff and out stretched Angers, would extond their i hands to Ute hottest liners without a | riualm. It was like presenting a hand* , ful of clothospinn to thft kick of a mule. They seemed unable to learn how to present the side of iheir hands ' to the oncoming ball In Anieridfan fash ! Ion. in the phraseology of the Amerl ; can boy. they caught the ball "girl fashion." They nil gleaned from their experience that baseball was one of the roughest and mutilatingest games they had ever*seen, end they gained a tremendous respect for the American's who played it without breaking their hands. When a big. soft indoor baseball was substituted for the hard baseball the Frenchmen took a new interest in the game, and they shortly became de cidedly proficient. The Frenchmen who have tried base ball find themselves absolutely unable to throw with the snap of the arms which characterizes American throw ing. They call tt "throwing with the broken arm." thus referring to the bend of the elbow which gives the American throw Its snap. Again, the American boy would fall back on tha term "girl fashion" In trying to de? sorlbe the Frenchman's throwing. There Is mora of a trick in this snap of the elbow than the average Amerl oan. who learned baseball ?> * child, fully realists. ^ ? record crowd of season SEES TWO FAST CONTESTS Second <>ainc Goet. Only Three Innln-* I J-onipletc Protested Krny - liortencU t'p on .July o. Associated I'm!*.] CINCINNATI. July L'7.?The Reds' won both games of the double-header i | with IMtuburgh today, before th, j 'a,rSt ?r lhc In the t j -rst same oallce was hit hard, hut re- ! ! Vf. f? .fiM4 support. While the Reds j l.u ened hit* successfully off Ponder .Mivcr"HJ relieved In the seventh by ' ,v,3J1? .?eo1ond gam* consisted of onlv o' ihp b,Cln,K lhe continuation othe K.i lie of July fl, which was ; (?* 1 hi the end of the sixth 'nninsr U? allow the Reds tr. caioh a train .??,3M,v"- T"e N'e"- v?--" " iSb PV"1 fiKu ?n ,lK" *rou"<l that o j c frone nine Innings and President H-ydler allowed the pro- : the \!,e lwo '*ams 10 r?'*> ir.e jaot Lnj ee ihninqs today. -sT, 1 "t""1' ,J' ,h0 t,hli)s waB the ! j.IS VhVif'u lhree u'eeks as" ex Vf-Mnd 1L j11" (,rn l?P,; .^'Inso-s place i.enind (he i,ai for Cincinnati and Lee ?n Ut^iLi IOr.,|,|t1t!,s;,rSh. with Harbare i ?it thl.f] instead of Caton. Plttsburirh ! scored in the eighth on a Slob- ' ih^ R?*? al"i a ",uffod "V b> N>a!e. but 1 I the Reds also scored in t!:e;r half o-i ' Neale s trijil.' and a wild pitch by Hani- i '.ton who relieved CarLi, in the ' ol?nth- Housji was put out of the same : r;y L in pi re ltigier in the seventh for. disputing a cafled strike and Masec 1 ; finished the game. b"l Scores: I1RST G.\>ir.. PKtbhurcli. Cincinnati cf". ? ) 1 1' Rath. 2b.AI? * 0 ; rjl'tL '! " ?ii ! 0 f 0 r,a,ibcrt. lb 4 1 1 n S0.MhVh.? |f4 1 T \\ no?Hh.3rf:: 4 0 1 0 I vS^'w.rfibi I I SB#;- ;,'???< 5 j ?| ?ril.!^'135 lb4 A 0 Bressler. If 4 1 ' 1 ss.,. 4 (1 0 1 W'lnito. c.. 4 1 7 11 -p.-;a4 0? r ?Sa,lte- "?? ?? 0 * 0 a v*r., p . . ft o o o TMf-holson.. I 0 0 0 "Totals 36 3 11 2 Totals 34 ~5 10~ .Hi1;!"! r,or BjKl>.?e 111 ninth. k f,>r ?VMycr 1,1 ninth r?it. i. '"nines: n 3S8S2* ' 5 ? s ? ? J S-s jJouhlt play ?(iroll (utiuKKiK* ah ?" i r. 1 onSVaT,rn^Ur,Kh- > '"ncVnntli - ^ I on balls?off F-<>n<ier. I Hits ?nrr i???VLJ? ' ??? ?-? innlnca. 8,ruckout-Value!' I '?onder b?lt-winBo. bo,in* ! MRC'OXD TiA.MK. Plttabursli. Cincinnati I !i>fb*e- cf H n 0 ??roh. :ib 3 o " o itrry S3.. t o o ? oauhon t> 3 n ?? Nicholson, if.j 0 0 rtath ab ?? 0 1 a1 I Southw h. if 1 o 0 onrush, of" 4 0 ?, u ' uisnaw. ;'M 0 s (i Ma roe of * n S kl f Cat on. .lb... 3 0 u ONeale": rff.: 4 V 2 ?! ; ??ur!>iiif. Jh. 1 1 n Knnf ?? 1 A S I 1 isiast ."?? s 5 ! t '^Ci /. \ ? Rsrlden. ??. 3 a 1 r. ! ,?-.v? i 1 >?'' I ii j Hamilton, n. ? 0 0 0 j Tola Is.... 31 I 7 ft Tot m is.... 3 g j ?Butted for Carlson in elchth Vy 'nnlntb: n ; Httsbunrh 0 0 0 ft 0 0 n , 0_ i 1 t Ini liinall . 0 0 ft ft 2 0 Jf~' Hummery: Two-hnse hilt,?Rath Itaridct," T hre?.^,ai>e hits? Nealr. tlu?h"r s Uw-Cul.luw Sacrifice h.t"-Ra,h Koof , Saerlflro fly? t>auberi. Uoublo nlay-jR^k t;? Daubert. l.cft on bases ? 1'ittsburjrh ^ S 1 i nrLnn""-, 9- ""st? "" balla?off Kuether 1 jimhiBB struck V\i CUBS, 4; CARDINAI.S, 0 , i - f I By A^sot latfd Pre**.) ? Ju,y ~7w?'Alexander wa? n fine form and t'hicaRo won from St 1 Louis today, 4 to 0. Flack hit a home run in the third, which scored Alexan der a head of hh*. The Cubs got two more runs off Tuero In the rtfth. com. pelting Ids retirement. Score: Ch,c?*rp. ? st. I.ouIk. Plaek. rf..'. 4 1 3 6 Smith. rf..AI4 ^ " n y:?f.vrr "5 s.'Krri'b "!: ? riMt :?h,b * i il 5 ? Hornpbv. .ii? 4 o i 0 MaV *h i ? f a ?lcHenry. If 4 o 1 0 i. '* ??????? 3 1 1 0 ClfnioiiM I* 4 o 11 A icmirir V'' 4 A i ? Miner, lb..: 3 0 ft n ?1 ' . ? ? " 0 bavin, hk . 3 ft ?? n Alexander. r> 5 1 1 0 Tuero. n...o ft ? 0 Sher<lel. p.. 1 a a a ?Hchult j. .. 1 ft A A Ames, n? ft a n 0 Total* ...2ft | 7 0 Totals. .. .s;*o ~5 "0 lya'tcd for Sher.lel In eiKhth. Score by Innlnge: n t hleago 0 ft 3 0 2 ft a n n i St I.oills 0 0 0 0 0 0 X 0 A.-A fliumnury: Two.bane hit?I.avan ilom? sr-Kj lift, ksh xv^fsiir Off 1 ;,.ofrTuen^:_ojTjA (Continued Oh Eighty SENATORS START YOUNG COLLEGE HURLER, ZACHARY n*ot-?at? I* Relieved by John.on In rlrth Mltli Si'ur* Tied, but Athletic* Triumph. 'By A;toc!a ted Press 1 nhUA w ?T?iN' July ' 27-? PhlUdel. Ph.4 won the lust and deciding game today 36fo f7r,orV W??hsn?wr. hi?I II . - . .. to - Zachary, a North Caro. Kge '1,tchcr. started for Wash. ir.gton, but was relieved by Johnson "" "?? ^ Score: Philadelphia. Washington. Kopn. no 11 ^.,Mdeti ,b AM " ? b \Vftl'ker' ef' 1 if ? H 3b!! 4 1 o 2 si ?i ?, riurru* ,? i I, 2 2 ?h!?nkr es. a 0 0 I ijurrus. rf.. 3 0 0 0 hftunarU. L'b 4 0 ?? i i Rogers. t>... I x 3 OZachar?. f, o o o A Johnson, p. | o o o Totals 33 3 7 1 Totals 31 ~2 ""4 r, *iror* by Innings: ,, ' 00 1 ? i o o i i) ? W aahlngton 2 0 0 0 0 0 C> 0 0_ .summary: Two-base hlta?Perkins 1 ! nrd. Walker Thrte-haa" hlt~JudKo m'o! Mn hu j?e--Ruhr.u SniTllU'ft hlt? l-iurrn tlr"r>S * Jf>hnpon. Double i>Uy?Thuinai ^.,rh rnrrr U- ui!,s ?"? bawe-Ph !a v L' U sshlngton. 7. Bases on balls ?/. Ji. ^ char v. hv Roger*. :i. Hits _?if i k 'nnlnK? Struck out?by &.?vynu!h.frjJiter '? "> TIGERS, 2; INDIANS, 1 IRv Associated Press.1 | CLEVELAND. O.. July L'7.? Detroit ' made it three out of four from Clevc- ! land today by winning. 2 to 1. Boland ! Pitched and won his sec</nd gamo of ! the series, holding Cleveland to four hits. Johnston scored Cleveland's run on hip triple and OWcUl's sacrifice Score: DMp??!J r, ? ?? Cleveland. . AH R H F3 AB K H F Bush. sb.... 3 o l 0 Graney. If.. 4 n o '< -l>. . 0 l o Chapm'ii. sh 4 o i o Cobb. ?-f.... 4 i ? o Fw?!f?r. cf. 3 0 1 o w iC 1 0 0 ftKmlth. rf . . 4 o n i> VS'1?" "? ' b 3 1 J o Carder. :>h 4 o ft o J.^i-h i 2 VV'?,a^- =b- 3 0 n 0 Joaes. nb... < o i i Johns n. lb 2 i ?_> <> A Insinlth. c. 2 o | ft O'.NVIll. c. . 1 <? ft o Bo.and. p... 3 0 0 0 Myers, p... 2 <> o f, Coveles'e. p 0 o n t, ?llarrm.... 1 ft ft r. .?Jatnirhon 0 0 0 n I Totals... 24 2 S 1 Tolala. . . . 21 ~1 ~4 ~ti I ?n.itvd for M\fr? tn clrhth. 'Ran for lliirrlB In elchth. St-or.i by InninKa: r I'etrftlt 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 l ? " Cl<"v-land 0 0 1 0 n n 0 ft ft 5" Summary?Two. base hits? Cobb. .fi.t.-.t ?loiuiston. Chapman Three*ba>* hi??John ston. Stoleii base Hstrrtn Sh> riflre .it.. Youiik. Shorten. V?jch. Johnston. St.. ,f,.. r Sacrlrtie fly -ONclli. UoubU play?Cliiv tnan and Johneton. I.eft on h.i1)*troit . Cleveland. 4. Ttaaea on ball* ?.rf nola'i.l' 1: off Mvera. 4. llitn?i>ff Rivera. K ;>i s itt. nincH flit by pitcher?by Myers < Vra< h i Struck out ? by Moland. 2: by Myers 1 I'^esed bill is -O'.Veill. Alnsimth ' I.oslnu pitcher. Covcleskle. BROWNS, 1 iTWHITE SOX, 5 I By Af^ocl*ted Pres^.l CHICACJO, July -7.?St. I.oufs cvetted up the series with Chicago today, when four loca-i pitchers were unable to hold the visitors, who won, 11 to 5. Williams was hard hit and was re lieved by Lowdernillk. v. hose wi'iiness caused his demise. Danforth, who re placed him. was hit consistently and Kerr finished. Wcilman wa? batted out of the box in the. fourth, when Chicago tied the score and Hothoron finished. Score: _8t. Louis. Chlenco. . .. ,^AIi H ? Aft R H F. Austin. 3b.. 4 2 2 0 .1 Coi n? rl 4 2 2 0 Uedfon. 2b. 3 1 1 0 E. Corns. 2b 4 ft 1 0 Jucotkull. If 6 3 'J 0 W(4v#i. n> 5 n 3 l Hibler. lb.. . 4 1 3 OJsekson. If. 6 0 0 P K Wm? cf. 3 I I 0 Kelsth. cf . 2 1 0 o Smith, rf ..6 0 1 0 l.iebolO. rf. 1 0 ft 0 tJerber. is. . I 1 1 0 Rl.bcrK, lb. 3 1 1 0 Stvereid. e. 5 1 _? 0 M'M'llin. 3h 4 o o o \\ eiiman. p. I ft ft 0 f.vnn. r... . ;i i 2 0 tothoron. p. 3 1 1 0c Wtl'ms. nO o o 0 'McClellan 1 ft o o l.owde'lk. p 1 o 0 1 Panforib. pO 0 0 0 Kerr, w.... 2 0 0 o Totals .371111 0 Totals.. 35 5 3 2 *Bat(?d for Williams in third. Score by Inntnrs: R St T.outs 2 ft i 1 6 o (> 1 0 ?11 Chicago 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 I? 5 Summary: Two-bnac hits' - .faiobson. I.vrn. J. Collin:.. Sotlioron. Thrce-f?.iv? : i ???Sis !?*r J. ?'ollins. .Iscobaon. Stolen bas<-> Hlsler. Weaver Sa< rltir.e bit>-- U?dt"ti Sacrifice flies?K Williams. Slsler. Double Play?Mc.Mullln to E Collina to PlnbtiK i Left on ba*ea ? St. l.otna, 7 . Chicago, i. Bases cn bulls?off W?llmait. Z. off e. Wil llaina. 1 . otf I?owdermilk. 3. off Sothoron. 2. I Hits?o|f c. WlllUm*. <> in off !.o;\ )e.-. milk. 0 tn 1 (nnn? out in fifth I : off I'-.n forfh 3 in 1-3: off Weiltnan. 0 in 3 .*-3. | Struck out?by C. Wtlliams. 2. by Wetlman. ' 2: by Sothoron. I. Winning pt:<-her. Sotho ron. Losing pitcher, l.owdertnllk OTHER~BASEBALL RESULTS A M ERIC AN ASSO<~ 1 AT ION. Toledo. 7-14; Milwaukee, 5-f>. Indianapolis. 2-5; Kansas. City. 3-1. Columbus. 6-5; St. Paul, 3-.V / Minneapolis, 3-1; Louisville, 1-0. SOUTHERN LEAGUE. Birmingham, 7; Memphis. 3. Atlanta. 15; Little Rock, 1 Nashville, fi; Mobile. 2. Chattanooga, 4-0; New Orleans, 3-1. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE. Toronto. 5; Ringliainton, 1. Buffal 6-S; Rochester, 3-3. Jersey City. 3-1 ; Newark, 0-0. Baltimore. 12. Reading, L Johnton to (<o Back to Chirago. I.leutenani N. B. (Johnnvi .Iohni>oii will probably resume his football training du ties at the University of Chicago In lima to whip the Maroon leant Into ?hape for tne gridiron aea?.on thla year. Johnson was in Toledo for the Uempsey. Willartl bout, and declared he expected soon to receive his honorable discharge from the army. He l.? connected with the Walter Reed Hospital at Washington. L>. C. p^VWWVWW^ STOUT'S CLOTHES ARB GOOD CLOTHES Fit. FSntsh arid Fabric Guar*** teod or Mcney Cheerfully Refunded. Morton C. Stout & Co, TAILORB* ri4 BUst Mats Stmi GIANTS AND WHITE- SOX ' RETAIN PLACES AT TOP Cincinnati Creeps Up On New York, Wliile Chicago Increases Us Lead Over Cleveland. SHUTOUTS FEATURE OF MEEK "Kid" Gleason's Club lilank.s Oppu. nents in Five Consecutive Contest*, and Clcotto and Kerr Figuro iu Quintet of Victories. I By Aesocla'.od Presa 1 NEW VOftK, Jufy 27.?No change In leadership toolc place in either major league last week. In the American. Chicago gained a half game on Cleve land. increasing Its lead to six games, and retained this lead today, ae both tontns lost. New York dropped fur ther t o t h e re a r. In the National, the pace set by New Vork wati iliet by botli Cincinnati and Chicago. The Reds crept* up to within one f?ame of the Wild with a double victory today over Pittsburgh while New York was defeating Boston. Through the addition a? their pitching ttaff of Phil Douglas, obtained from Chicago for outfielder, Robertson. the <J:antK hope to outdistance their rivals. Good pitching featured the National League struggles last week, ono half of ihe eighteen games being shut outs. Giants Bent Hedn Once. New York defeated Cincinnati in the only game played In their important series when Pitcher Benton won'his uame with a home run. The Reds off set this victory by taking three straight from Pittsburgh while the < Hants lost one of their three games with Boston. Chicago figured In five consecutive shut out*, including Alexaiwler's four hit victory over St. l^ouis today. Pit chers k>i r and Cicotte shared in the credit of winning live victories for the Chicago Americans. Kerr relieved with success in both frames against New York Monday, but fell victim before the Yanken' hard hitters Tuesday. Kerr beat Hi. I.ouis Friday. Seven ^trnlcht for Cicotte. In two Veu-inning games. Cicotte held New York to one run and three hits and scored his seventh straight victory by blanking St. Louis. Sotho t oil's first defeat in ten games. After niakintf a clean sweop in threet lost twice to Detroit before winning. Baa by won two panics for the Indians. In addition to its setback at Chicago. New York dropped two games out of three, at Boston. Ruth aided Boston in Thursday's victory wttly his fifteenth home run of the season. F^ve pitchers were used by the Yankees in winning Sat urday. KlntUIIci of Week Given. The week's record tn each league of Raines played, won and lost, with runs. hits, erros. men left on bases, and runs scored by opponents, inclu ding games of Saturday, July *_'6. is as I o.lo ws: Nntion.il I.easue. p. \V. ft. M E I.b Or N?w York .... < 3 1 24 H7 5 17 13 Cincinnati .. . . t 1 )" ?? '* .* <-iu<ai;o 4 a 1 10 is ? .< ^ Pittsburgh ?. !> i ? J ?}! j> ? ? >?, Brooklyn ? - 4 -- J J 1 I tost on 4 - - 'J ?? ? J -? - J St. I .out* 1 2 3 5 '7 * Philadelphia . . ?i 3 J 20 48 8 33 31 American I.caKue. p. \V. I.. R 11. K l-b. Or. Chicago 7 5 2 24 ti j 4* ??? ? 'level* nd 5 4 i -0 5 Nexv Vot k .... 7 2 rwtrnlt 7 4 St l.ouls ? 4 Ilonton 7 4 Washington ... S .? o 4. s. l. 64 .... Philadelphia, ?? I* ,J ?> !?? J ? PHELPS CAPTUKS~TITLE Wins Three StmlEht Seta In Finals of Southern Teunls t hBni|>lnn ?!i||> 'I otirnament. (Bv Associated Pres." 1 ASHEV1LLK. N. C , July -7.?By win ning three straight sets from J. W. Urwin. of Spartanburg, S. C.. in the htiais of the men's singles. Southern Tennis championship Tournament. Es mond Phelps, of New Orleans, yester day took the Southern championship, after a week of splenoid playing at the Asheville Country Club. Jn another match the team of K. V. Carter and i K. Orr. of Atlanta, defeated the C*.per? brothers. Rutledge and Frank, of Au? gu.su, '.la., winning the championship of the South in doubles in three straight seta, the scores being 6-3, 6-2, b-t. Esmond Phelps wag this afternoon presented with the championship cup. held ainoc last year by Carleton Y. Smith, of Atlanta. The cup is given by the New Orleans Tennis Club. The summitries: Finals, men's sin gles, Esmond Phelps, New Orleans. de feated J. W. JSrwin, of Spartanburg, S. (*.. 6--. 0-1. Finals, men's doubles. E. V. Carter snil J. K. C?rr, both of Atlanta, de feated Rut ledge and Frank Capers, of Augusta, ti-3, 6-2, 45-A. Indiana University Has Sluggers. Three members of the Indiana University baseball team batted above ihe .H>0 mark for the staton ror.enlty cloned. Thev were Ftau3?:henback. catcher. 324: Dtan. second l.*;-4-. .:t 19. Hiirt Prlvoll. left flfcld. 3^. But torff. third baseman, was fourth in the list with an avrraye of J4" ji it 5 so ?_r, ft', ji 4* :tf. :tu 6 *> 10 31 11 <o While the emotional onion makes the whole world weep? The unemotional sheep sup plies the "last cry" in smart Summer clothes for men and boys. All-wool, by our own teat. Anything that's made for comfort always sells well! We've just introduced knee length pajamas with half sleeves and V-neck. Seeing's, buying! The best of everything men wear. 605 East Broad.