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ly-io- v . - utjfr - jeqwy y .VJ"7 "iTi--vwp" i i -" r f THE WASHINGTON HERALD, TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1915. ' Nationals Home After Winning Sixty Per Cent of Games in the West tagfcJt;-iiltwwi'iiuWLi v 'I'tm 'iji Griffmen and Open Series Jim Shaw Slated to Hurl for the Home Folks Morgan May Play. OLD FOX IS OPTIMISTIC Nationals Leader Says Club Is Play- r, . r. il r c ! ing Best Dan or reason Right Now. By WILLIAM PEET. "My club is playing better ball right now than at any time this season, and while I am not predicting any pen nants, any team with a 500 percent age and the season more than two months to go has a chance to win the j flap "I am confident that the Nationals will make up a whole lot of lost ground here at home tackling those Western clubs, for we were more than ale to hold our own with them during- the trip just closed" m . Optimistic as ever, the Old Fox is once more in our midst, and It's up to the fans to throng the old ball park this afternoon, and bid him welcome As the Cle eland Indians do not ar rUe until this morning it is impos sible to dope out the pitching selec tions Jim Shaw is slated to work for Washington, while it would not be at all surprising if Fohl shoved In Walk er, the big right hander who won the only game credited to the Forest City crowd when the Griftmen were In Cleveland last week Asked if he would use Ray Morgan at second base today. Griff stated that he did not know, adding ' I have ordered practice for Tuesday morning, and the club phslcian has assured me that Morgan is entirely healed of his Injured leg If Morgan looks to be rsady to play I may put him back on second base." It Is Interesting to note that during the Western invasion, the Griffmen "kept pace with the Boston Red Sox. league leaders, losing but one less and winning but one less than Bill Carrl gan's crowd In other words the Na tionals won 60 per cent of their games New Tork won but six games out of eight played while the Athletics out of seventeen games played were able to land but three The records of the East s West during the invasion Just finished follow EASTERN TEAMS WESTERN TEAMS Won lost on. Lost Boston . '.3 ' Obicam 9 J Sew York 6 8 Detroit .0 VashlEStOT U &t Ivois. . . Athletics 3 H Clereland ... . " Total 3T Totals .. An erroneous impression regarding the fatus of Ray Morgan appears to have tone the rounds. Morgan has not drawn one penny of his s.alar since the time he was sus pended more than three weeks ago He ws laid off for failure to keep In -ondition and one week after ordered to loin the club taking the trip from Bos ton to Chicago Morgjn j injured in Chicago and sent home His injurv according to Maraer Griffith, was due to poorj phvfidl condition and until he. ia in shape to pla ball he gets no salar , Washington fan who pav their money to ee the Nationals perform have a right to demand that the plavers bo on the Job and read to give their best ef fort Morgan has been humiliated and pun ched If Rav lumps into the game to ri iv and plsvs the kind of ball he is apible of putting up. lie deserves some thing besides hoots and jeer Give the vounsstcr another chance, fan1-' If he deliveres the goods and puts his whole heart into his work, encour age him It he does not Griff will put on the finishing touches Let Movan " work speak for tiself Jud;e him hv what he dos on the ball firld Although all ot the second Cobb and Johnsons are back in the 'tall grabs' we are thankful that the onl and orig inals still remnn with us According to the writer on the Phila delphia Evening Ledger The Bravf -. will wm the pennant again If Bill James gets liack into shnpe and I wnuld not be surprised if thtv won it without him ' Ch irlev Herzog rmmger of the Reds made thu- statement Just be fore the team left for the West Saturriav night There i no team in the leaaue in the Braves' class with the possible exception of Brooklvn and now that the cham pions have. trti k their stride there will b nothing to it he concluded 'Thev are not as far down now as tbev were last season and in the lat series with the Reds thev looked better than at am time In 1"14 In 1"H thev jvon because thev caughf the field napping Tilt) field is better balanced and ever one Is flghtin; the Braves hard, but thev are too strorg to be denied No club In the National League has been able to make anv headwas or staqe a winning streak that would put them out in front, and this has given the Brave. their chance The Doders and Phillies have gone along in great shape for a time but Just as soon as thev have a chance to take a large lead thev slump lien the Braves go out in front thev will keep on going Remember what I tell vou The Braves will be in fin-t place before the first of September and the will stav there ' Bright-wood, 10; Takoraa A. C, 4. BRll.HTWOOn. AB It II ro A B. Gut lb 4 0 0 5 P 0 1 Umbetn. Sb . 3 0 ; l 1 1 Hrltmuller. c 3 1 1 2 0 1 Brown. a . 4 12 3 10 Thompson If .' 3 3 2 10 0 Duttoo, cf 3 2 1 0 0 Ol Work as. 4 1 0 J 3 0 reo'r rf 2 112 0 0 McAlrr. p. 3 I 0 0 4 0 Totals 23 10 T 21 11 1 TAKOMA AC AB R It ro E. Maree. 2b 4 0 13 0 0 Grubb. sa 4 110 0 1 Btetena. lb. p. 4 113 11 Dtan. p. 3b 4 13 0 4 1 Bennett. 3b. lb 3 10 2 0 1 Meward. rf 2 0 0 10 0 Censor, cf 3 6 10 0 0 Littlt. c 3 0 1 11 2 0 RobMU. If 3 0 3 10 0 Totall - 30 4 11 a 2 4 Brtifatwood - 0 3 0 4 0 0 3-10 Ttkccu A C. I 0 0 0 C 0 0- 4 Earcsd ivina Bnchtwood. 4 Takoeva. 4 First baM.br bTora Bnahtwood 1. Takuma. 1 Left on bases Bnthtwood. 6. Takouia, S Fim base on ballsOff Dean. 3, off Sterna 4 lnnlr.es pitrhad By Dras. (. by Btcrtna 1 Hits BadeOff Dean, t, off EtrTtnf. L Btrnck out-By Desn. 10. by Borrcas. 1. Tnret-taM hit Thompson Two-bar hit TbosBpaotv. Btolen hues Bnrnn, Thompson, Bit by pltdicr-By McAleer (Steward) Pined teQaUttle (2). Cnptre llr. Button. Has of kao aM u mlaaua. Cleveland Here Today I Disaster Stops Chicago Games. Chicago, July 26. The Yankees and "White Sox vrere scheduled I for a double-header yesterday, , but In slew of the proclamation nf the acting; major asking; all parks and theaters to close out of respect fsr the Eastland dead , the games were called off. SALLEE POUNDED BY BROOKLYN DODGERS Robertson's Club Keeps Up Pennant Fight by Beating St. Louis Cards, 13 to 8 Other Games. Brooklyn. July 26 The Dodgers pound ed Slim Sallee for seven runs in the first three innines today and won an easj victor over St Louis. 13 to S. mak ing it four in a row Perdue, who relieved Sallee. was hit hard and Red Ames was pounded for five hits in two Innings Appleton was none too effective, but was able to take things .ay owing to his big lead Score St Louis I 1 1 I 1 1 ( ! :-i 8 i BrocUjn .. lHOCH x-13 H I Batteries bailee Perdue and Amo and Snyder, rconiale; Appleton and McCartjr. Lmpires Mean. Rier and Ilart Divide Double Bill. New York. Julv Cfi Jeff Tesreau shut out the Priates. 3 to 0, in the sec-orM game todav giving the Giants an even break. PittsbJrgh taking the first 2 to 1. Merkle's double and Snodgrass' single gave the Giants a run in the econd in ning of the closing game A base on balls to Robertson, and hits by Dovle. Merkle and Lobert added two more In the sixth. Hinchman's triple gave the Pirates a nn in the fifth inning of the epener Wagner's single and Balrd's double accounted for the winning run Score F"rs fun. R H E. Pittsburgh a 1 t t 1 -: t 3 New crk . 0000110CO-1 I 1 Batteries Adams and Murphy Maihewson. Schauer and Doom and Meyers rmpircs Messrs Klem and OoekhiO. Senond eame R. H B- PlWburcn . 00000000 ft-0 i 0 yew Tort.. .... 010002(0 x-3 1 Batteries McQuillan and Oibwn. Tearean and Meyers. Cmolrrs'-Mesas. Coefchlll and Klem. Braves Trim Cribs. Boston. July 3! Magees hit scoring Moran who had reached first base on a fluke single and been sacrificed along, gave the Braves a 1 to 0 victory over the Cub3 today the home team winning the entire series Ragan was effective until the eighth when the Cubs filed the bases before a man was retired. Hughes went to the rescue, struck out Fisher and forced Murray to hit Into a double plaj Adams held the Braves to three hits Score- Ch:ear I0IIIIII 0 7 1 Eoston 00010000 I 1 3 1 Batzeri-s dama Hnmphns and Archer. Ragan Hnzhoa and Gewdy Umpires Mfwra. Quijley and Emslie Schneider Is Pounded. Cincinnati July 26. Philadelphia took the second straight game from Cincin nati bj the score of 6 to 2 Schneider wai batted hard In the. fifth and "Ixth Innings five runs resulting Score Philadelphia 00003210 0 I 1 Cincinnati 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 13 3 Bsu-n.e Dernsre sM Kllllfer (chneidrr Mc-K-nrry and Hal rmplre Messrs Byron and Eon SWIMMING RACE IS WON BY HENRY MIRONi Boston Julv 2fi. Henrv Miron an 1S v ear-old Ahington bov. won a swimming rare from Cbarlestown to Boston Light vesterdav from a fleM of sKteen contect ants His time wis six hours and fortv nine minutes Charles Toth of the South Boston dlr trlrt who was the onlv other to finish came In an hour behind Miron St. Dominies, 4; St. Peters, 3. In one of the rlnsest games of the season In the Holv Nim League the fast St Dominies defeated St Peters b i (o 1 The pitching on both sides wis good, Muschlitz being a bit stead ier than Mirsden A Ceradl. with a triple and two singles out of four at tempts led In hitting Green made a good throw from deep right in the ninth, which saved the game for the St Dom inies Score ST PETER' H N AB R H TO A E fniluan :b .401110 Itortdy cf . 4 0 0 2 0 0 Slatheirs. . 4 0 12 0 0 Weill c 4 0 1 11 0 2 VI iirhlili p 4 110 7 0 UVrt. -t 4 0 0 10 2 Kane lb 4 0 2 7 0 0 Donobo- 7b 3 110 10 (lortz. rf 4 110 11 Totals 35 3 24 5 CT POVIIMCS H. N .B R H PO K E J Oiradl cf 4 0 0 3 0 0 .irdi 3h 4 13 2 3 1 I- lliradl 4 112 4 1 Tro-ind lb 4 1 2 13 0 0 IVmriM e 4 0 2 2 1 Pjrrr 2b 2 0 0 0 0 I lrrene if 4 0 0 0 10 E. Welti, tf 3 1110 1 Slirlen. p 3 0 10 4 0 Total . "J 4 10 27 14 S Earned run Rt Petere 2 St. Dominira. 2. Fuet base bv error M Peters. 2 't llnnunlcv 2 Ift on ba"--t Peters 9 St Pommies 5. Firs hue on rsilln- Ofl Marlen S Muachbtz. 1 Struck out Ilr Marsder. 5 Musrhlitz Three-base hits tjoetr. K fJeridi FltrseraM Two oe hite-Kane and Muernhtz arnhce hits Dycer and Ponohue. fctolen law, nlli-an (3l Ueeka Dooohue, Oyc-r and A l.eradi Lmrire Mr Fltxcerald. Holy Name League. ST DOMIV1C. J Otradl. rf . . A lleradi 3b .. F rradi mv .... Braun lb Fit, c Kjcer. 2b (leem rf ........ Weleh If Msrsden. p AB R .. 4 1 TO A E 1 2 0 2 0 2 3 2 3 4 4 2 3 3 0 3 0 0 1 0 Total ST PETERS. hulluan. 5b Roddy, cf Mathews, a. .... Weeks, c. Sweeney. x Albert. !.- Kane, lb Dcnchoe. 2b .. Getl. rf 29 4 6 21 11 AB. R. H TO. 4, E. 3 .... 2 ... 3 .... 3 '.'.'. 2 . 3 ... 4 ... 4 Totals St. Dominic .... St. Peters . ... .... X 3 10 21 3 0 2 1 0 1 ft 0 0-4 ..... 0 2 0 1000-3 So steady are the winds at Curaroa that three swireleSs telegraph stations depend upon windmills to furnish their pow LEADS HIS INDIANS IEEF0HL, Manager of Cleveland Club which at National Park this afternoon Potomac Junior Eight Picked for Baltimore Following a mile race between the junior crew of the Potomac Boat Club and a picked crew from the same organi zation on the Potonnc eterdaj, which the junior eight won b nearly a boat's length. Coach Claude R Zappone gave out the name of the men who will represent th red and white in the race with the Arundel Boat Club at Balti more Saturdaj The personnel of the boat will be as follows Garner, No 1, McKInney. Nc 2, Duncan. No 3. T Famsworth. No 4 Wrenn. No 5. Bebout. No 6. Foster. No 7, Clark, No S. and Klntz. cox swain Although Coach Zappone his only had the crew since last edned.y. a notice able Improvement was shown esterdav the men puUing together better than thev have done at any time this jear After the pull up the river to Chain Bridge the crews lined up for the race to the Aqueduct Bridge. The picked crew got away to a good start and led BUCK SHOWS FORM AND HUSTLERS WIN! STANDING OF THE CLUBS Won. Lt Pn lmo : 33 ono Hus- Onoles 2 0 Herald Hustlers. 2 1 Serentli Streets 1 1 Athlmcs 1 2 Nationals 1 J Oakland. . ... 0 2 fter a thrilling battle. Herald tiers defeated Seventh Street. 2 to 1 ves- terday in the Herald Junior League Bucks pitching was the big item in the success of the winner, that slahmin al lowing the losers but one hit and fin ning thirteen bitters The newsies counted first three singles grouped In the fourth frame, nett'ng them a tallv, but a pass, a steal and an Infield error aided the mld-cltv trihe to knot the score In the sixth The Hus tlers garnered the big "core in the final inning when Miekev on second as a re sult of a fielder s choice and i theft, raced across the plate after Mike had clouted the ball to deep center Score SEVENTH STREET. AJ5 IS. H 111 A E. Garflnile 2b 3 10 3 W.lf ib pM-moeid rf Grodmau 1? Tarshe,. lb raiar lb Fouler, fa J lirja n ss U erne" rf Rodir c IHtenberc P TaJs 2 1 1 2S 13 6 HtRtLrt HI 'Vtt.r.RI 4-R R H PO . E Mi 2b 0 I 1 2 0 !: e I 0 0 13 1 .rn! lb 4 I 1 S 0 0 Rii k P 4 0 2 3 4 0 Ruekho'ti. ss 4 0 2 1 0 l Harris rf 4 0 10 1" Slater rf 4 0 0 0 0 0 Sol If 1 0 0 0 0 0 Elr. If 1 0 C 0 0 0 Mx ley. rb 4 10 11' Totals 25 2 7 27 I 3 Or out when winning run was erord teo'h PtTet OPOAOlOfl 0-1 HerjH Hu.wloj 0 10 10 0 0 0 1-3 Fir T base br error renth Stre 2 Heralil Hmlers " left on tae 'erenth Street. 3 net aid Hi-tiers lirt bae on bill? Off OUenhers ! Bu'i 2. struck out Bv Ottenbers 3 bv Ru I Two lae hit Mike sol-n baaGar Pnkle Buckholtz, Mickey 12 Double pl.js Mirk-v to Vhke Johisoa to Tsrhr. lmrire Mr Gaff T me of Kline 1 hour end 20 minute Telegraphers Win Out. Telegraphers defeated Transportation in the Southern Rallwaj League ester da in a loosely plaved game. H to in t'p to the fourth inning it was anjbodj'a game but Spencer came to Chew's rescue ?nd held Transportation safe during the rest of the game Spencer's performance was the main reason of Transportation's defeat. COMPLETE STATISTICS OF YESTERDAY'S America. No games scheduled. TODAY'S Cleveland at Washington St Louis at Philadelphia Detaolt at New York. Chicago at Boston. STANDLNG OF Won. Lost. ret. .644 .629 .614 .500 .4SS .398 .386 .(IX Boston Chicago Detroit . WASHINGTON. New orlt St. Louis Cleveland Athletics E6 31 . 56 .. F4 .. 44 .. 42 .. 35 .. 34 .. SO 33 34 -41 44 53 54 61 TO CAPITAL TODAY. opens three-game series against Griffmen all the wa to theThree Sisters, where the junior eight commenced to pull up. parsing the other boat abouflOO ards from the queduct Bridge and winning bv nearlv a boat's length The picked crew was composed of Ash ford No 1 Parker. No 2. Quintard. 1 No 3 Bell. No 4. Smith. No 6. J iFarnsworth. No 6, G HutterlJ. No T. ind Don McDonald, No S. with Nash as co3wain shford and Parker are juniors and Quintard. Bell. Smith. Famsworth. Hut terly and McDonald seniors. 6o It can be seen that the victory of the Junior boat was no hollow one Word has Just been received from Bal timore that E Richard Gasch and J J Nolan of Potomac, will b judges, and Claude R Zappone. referee, at the re gatta In the Oriole city Saturda. Louis Stoll, of Arundel, will be starter The Washington oarsmen will leave here Saturdaj morning with a big squad of rooters FIVE MATCHES AT HOME CLUB COURT Five matches were completed In the Home Club tennis tournament yes terdaj. all of them in the singles The best match of the day was that between B F Andrews, of Education, and R C Wells, of the Geological Survev. which went to Andrews In two straight sets. 7 5, S 6 Both plavers were at their best and furnish ed an eclting match G W Numbers, of Reclamation, won b-v default from J K Mannock. of Mines, J B Beidle. of Reclamation defeated C N McCulloch of the same bureau. H 2. 6 4. while C G James, of the Pension Office eliminated C P Knapp. of Reclamation. 6 0, 6 0 In the second round. F U Thomp son, of Pension, defeated R A Dye, of the Bureau of Mines, S 1, 6 2 The pairings for today are as fol lows Harvey. Secretary's office, and Wtthauer. Land Office, vs Mer and Warren, of Reclamation, vs Berman and Knapp. of Reclamation vs Berman and Ise of Land, in the doubles H O Clayton, of Mines, vs winner of Marine-Ames match. In the singles GRANGER SPURTED TOO LATE. Dnrtmnntli Runner Jnat Fatted to Win One-mile Race. New Tork. July 26 W. R Granger, jr. of Dirtmouth. who has been a con sistent winner of middle distance races from scratch this season, failed to re peat at Celtic Park yesterday in the 1 noo jards race art the annual games of the International Union of Steam and Operating Engineers It was no small task, however, run ning around a field of forty odd con testants whose handicap ranged from in to 45 jards, and Granger did well to finish third, only two yards be hind R McLoughlin, of Holy Cross Lvceum. the winner The Dartmouth athlete came through with a great sprint in the last hundred yards, but the sprint was Just a bit too late to win for him "Will" Gorden. of the New York A C, who started with Granger, finished In the rear. Referee on Outside. New York. Julj- 26 Jack Brltton and Johnny Dundee have agreed to an In novation In the plans for their bout here on Thursday evening by consenting that the referee shall officiate from out side the ring The State Boxing Com mission will decide tomorrow whether to approve the proposed change from bo-ving tradition The winner of this bout will move a step in the direction of a match with Fredflle Welsh, the light-weight champion. THE MAJOR LEAGUES. 1 ITJaYTS. V National. Phillies. 6. Cincinnati, 2. Pittsburgh. 2. New York. 1. New Tork, 3, Pittsburgh. 8. Brooklj-n. 13; St. Louis. S Boston, IrTJhicago. 0. GA3IES. New York at Pittsburgh. Boston at Brooklyn. THE CLUBS. Won. Lost. Pet. Phillies Brooklyn... Chicago.... Pittsburgh. New York.. Boston St. Louis... Cincinnati.. 49 36 .576 48 39 .552 43 43 .500 43 44 .494 41 42 .494 43 44 .494 43 48 .473 SS 41 .417 Protest Puzzles Local Moguls of Sandlots TEN, TWENTY, THIRTY GENT BASEBALL? There's a proposition on the Iron now that msy result In the transformlns of one proud and haaghtr major league Into a 10, SO, 30 shew. Instead of payloc two, four and six bits res, and sometimes eight and ten to see 'em lose, you'll Ret the same sen sation for about one-half the east, or less. An Informal consideration Is nosr betas; aclven by Federal oik nates to a proposition to cut the prices of admission in tvrn. It la ararued that a state of war ex ists on the one hand and a state af flannclal depression on the other, so that the public Is not this year feeling able to squeeze the usual big league prices out of Its kirk. TERRAPINS DIVIDE BILL WITH WHALES Chicago Lands First Game. 11 to 3. but Drops Second, 5 to I Other Federal Games. Chicago. July 26 The Whiles and Ter rapins halved a double-header today 11 to 3 and 5 to 1. respective! Baltimore outhlt Chicago in the first game, but Bailej's wildness and poor support gave the locals the victorv. Four passes, two errors and two hits including a clean up double by Clemons. netted five runs in the fourth inning Qulnn allowed "but four hits in the second contest Zw tiling's homer ac counted for Chicago's lone run Score First same RUB. Baltbnor- . 00000030 3 12 I Chicago 0 1 0 7 0 0 I J i-ll W 1 Battrifs Bailey. Canity Leclatr Sug?s and Owens Llendncfct and Clemens. Umpires Mews. Wjsttrrelt aid Finneran Second nn R. H B. Ba'umnre .. 00320000 0-5 8 0 Chicsn o''0nooino-i l Battenes 3.iinn and Jacsifeh McConnU Blscfc and Fischer rmpvrea Mesars. Finneran ard Wester? tit Nexrfeds Beat Bebels Pittsburgh, July 2fi Newark defeated Pittsburgh todav. BV a score of. 3 to 1 With the core 1 to 1 In the eighth the visitors scored two runs on a single, a double and two sacrifice hits Moran and Knetzer both pitched well Score R H E. Newark .. 0010000IO-3TO Puttnrci . loiinoono o l s I Battens Moran and Rariden Knrtar and Berry Umrirrs Mflsfira. Shannon and MeConnack. St. Louis Trims Tiptops. St Ixiuls. July K Three home runs were made In the final game between the Fielders and the Tiptops today The Fielders won. 6 to R. because the circuit swats came with men on the bags Wil son. Watson and Crandall were driven from the box. Score R.H E. t Brooklyn -. 1 0 2 0 0 0 d 2 9-6 10 1 st. Louis . 0041O"Jjn i-o in o BatteriosWilrfin and Simon Watson. Crandill and Chapman Cmrire-Measrs MjJtVn arid Johnstone DAVIS IS WINNER , IN TENNIS TOURNEY C E Davis, handicapped at minus 15. won the only match plaved In the tennis tournanfent of the Washington Railway and Electric Companv jesterday. defeat ing A P Warner, handicapped at mi nus 1-215. 6-2. 6-3 Owing to the fact that many of the emplojes of the company are awa on leave. It has been impossible to make much progress since the tourney opened a week ago, but M M Merrill, of the tennis committee, hopes to get the first round completed this week. RELAY RACE TO COAST ENDS. Motorcycllat Deliver. Dispatches Thirty-six Hours Late. San Francisco. July 26 A motor ccle relay race started last Monday from Washington. D C, to demon strate the efficiency of motorcycles for dispatch carrying in time of war. ended jesterday, when the last rider delltered dispatches from President Wilson and the 'War Department to MaJ H H Whltnej- at Presidio army headquarters here One hundred and seventeen motor cycles and drivers participated In the race, which was run off In thirty-nine relaj-s Muddy roads and an accident to a rider In Nebraska caused delay and the race was finished thirty-six hours behind schedule. Catholic Church League ST MAROARET. AB R. H. PO. A E ntrrsH rf 4 1 2 0 0 0 Preen. , p 4 0 0 3 2 1 K'aft. lb 4 0 0 5 0 0 w frmlth, cf 110 0 0 0 )Da. 2b. 3b 4 12 110 T Fallier. If J 2 2 1 2 1 Gleeson. ss 2 11111 B Fallier. c 3 10 7 10 tt-intM. p. 2b 3 2 2 10 0 Totals . 31 9 9 IS 7 3 SACRED HEART. AB. R. H PO A. E. rlnerner. rf 3 11110 l.ane. cf 1 0 0 1 0 0 Donnollr. 3b 4 0 10 0 0 Reoner. lb 3 0 0 7 0 1 Fagas. c, 2b 3 0 1 t 0 0 Flahertr. If. P 2 10 2 0 1 HcLaulhhn. as 3 11110 Smith. 2b e 3 110 3 1 tit p. If 3 12 0 10 Totals St Margaret Sacred Heart ...24 5 7 IS 3 0 2 115 0 9 0 12 0 0 2 5 First base by errors St. Marraft, 3. Left on beveSt. Minaret, : Sacred Heart, 7. First bas on balls Off Wntert. 4, off Mar. 3. Innines pitch-ed-Br 'Winter, 52-3. br Breen. 14; by May. 113. br Fllhertv. 124 HiU made-Off Winter. 7. o May. 9. Mnidt out By Winter. 7; br Slay. 4. by Flaherty. 3 Three-baae hit Winter. Two base hlta -OT)ar. McLanghlin and May. Stolen bases FitzseraU 3. T. Brest, T FiHier (2). Glnaon. Winter. Huerney 13). and Lane. Double play T. Falher to Kraft. Hit by pitcher-By Whiter, i (Hnemey, Lane). Balk May. Urartree-Mr. Carr Tims ot gams 1 hour and 35 murutw. Hasher Wins Race. Hamburg. Germany (via London), July 26. The annual Hamburg Grand Prix, the second most Important turf event of the year, was won yesterday by Baron Alfred von Oppenhelm's Masher, ridden by Archibald, the American Jockey. Sec ond place was taken by Hanlel's Albula, ridden b Jockey Plueschke. who cr rlN the same owner's colors to victory In the Derby last Sunday. The Grand Prix is Tsloed at 100,09 marks (SS.0W). Trouble Between Bureau and Commerce Will Be Decided at Meeting Tonight. DISCUSS OTHER MATTERS By JOHN A. DUCAX. Protests and then some more protests entertained the officers of the associa tion and occupied most of the time at the meeting of the local amateur base ball moguls at Spalding's store last night But few real decisions-were reached, as most of the business referred to th commission was postponed until a meet ing to be held next MBnday evening. The protests which were entered by three leagues were laid over until this even ing, when the board of arbitration will meet in President Robert H. Young's of fice in the Southern Building The negotiations from Baltimore in ref erence to playing the local champion In an lntercitj series was brought before the board, and after a little discussion it was thought advisable to let the matter drop this season, as the association in Baltimore has not strict enough rules In Itl post-season serie3 The dealings with the National Ama teur Baseball Association were presented to the association bv S Edward Beach, chairman of the committee on Investigation and after a long report in w hli h he road all the correspondence, he asked the association to lav them Tin the table for future investigation By his report Mr Beach did not seem in favor of a movement for Joining the big body tms season and he handed out a big boost for the local baseball association when he said 'No city can meet our re quirements as strictly amateur players " Secretary Shurtleff handed In a report from the tecretarv of the Richmond association Informing the local body that the championship series in Rich mond would be over August seventh, and dates were suggested to plaj the lnter citj series on August 36 and Labor Day. but no definate movement has been made The seven leagues under the associa tion all had representees present and after agreeing on a meeting next Mon div. the association adjourned and the board of arbitration went Into a short session The first protest brought before the board was the game of last Thursday in the Government League between Bu reau and Commerce Because of a dif ference of opinion this protest was laid over until tonight President Dean, of the Government League, granted the Commerce and Marine teams permis sion to start playing the inter-league series to decide a champion, but should the board rule Bureau winner In the second series on grounds of their pro test the team will start the playoff on Wednesday evenirar. Clark Griffith, the manager of the Nationals, will be the third member of the board at the meet ing tonight and some decision Is ex pected to be reached The protest of the East Washington Sunday School League between Advent and Keller clubs because of Huntlman being thrown out of a game on July 6, wa3 also laid on the table until to night, while the protest between Agri culture and War over the eligibility of Norman Sill was postponed until to night for a hearing Four plaers were declared eligible to pla with the Rosedale team, of the Rosedale League. In the coming post season series, the bojs being "Tots" Long. Daughton. Bell, and Furry REVISE SCHEDULE IN DEPaARTMENTAL LEAGUE Treasurj- forfeited to War in the De partmental League jesterdaj- because of the inabilitj of Manager McLarren to place a full nine on the field At the be ginning of the season the Treasury plaj--ers were touting their team as the bet in the cltv, but since that time, through tough breaks and injuries, the team's spirit has fallen awav until now it seems Impossible to put nine men on the field for a battle At the meeting of the league officials jesterday a revised schedule was ar ranged so that the Printers' team will be able to go to the Printers' tournament In the schedule It Is found that the Print ers plaj- on consecutive dates, which Is quite unusual for amateur teams in this section Follow lrg is the revised sched ule which was passed upon Julj' 27, Agriculture vs Interior, Julj 2?t Printers ,vs Agriculture. Julj 29. Printers vs Inte rior. Jul j Si Agriculture vs Interior, August 2. Treasurj- vs Interior. BURK JUMPS TO PITTFEDS. Indianapolis Star Pitcher Goea OvsV to Independents. Columbus. Ohio. July 26 Relatives of Sanford Burk. pitcher for the In dianapolis American Association base ball team, announced here last night that he had Jumped to the Pittsburgh club of the Federal League, and that he would leave for Pittsburgh today. The pitcher, whose home Is In Co lumbus, was not aboard the train which carried the Indianapolis team to Louisville last night, and It was ru mored that another member of Manager Hendrlck's squad also had signed a Federal contract Burk and Outfielder Kellv. It was said, held a conference with a Federal League agent jester-daj- Burk 'Is one of Manager Hen drlck's leading pitchers, having won thirteen games and lost six this season Kelly was formerly a member of the Pittsburgh National League team Eagles, 10; Del Ray, 7. ALEX EAGLES " AS. B. H. PO A E. Srrirrner. 2b - 4 3 2 0 3 2 Williams u 3 12 0 4 0 Lmch. If 4 12 10 0 Jones, c 4 1 1 10 3 0 Cox. Jb 4 0 12 3 1 Cbcsrell. lb 5 0 1 10 1 0 Wtntfl. rf 2 0 0 0 0 0 Quij. rf 3 0 0 110 Kilbr. cf 5 1110 0 White, p. - 4 10 2 0 0 Tetals 3) 1 10 S 14 3 DEL RAT. AB R. H. PO. A. E. Bnnra. If 4 1110 0 Ccrl . - 4 110 11 Encnrdcn. 3b -.... 4 0 0 2 11 Rosre. lb 3 0 0 6 0 0 Cnclanb. lb. - 10 0 10 0 Drmcan, cf. 3 0 0 10 0 BtrrtU. rf - -.. 4 1110 1 P. Kraft. 2b 3 2 0 0 1 1 N Kraft, e. 3 1 1 11 2 1 Tbompaon. p.... 1110 0 0 Berry - -. 1 1 1 0 jO 0 Totals 34 T T S 5 Bstted for Duncan in ninth. Alexandria Essies. 23000020 3 10 Del Ray -. 1100J0013-7 Three-base hit-Ruby, gacrlne hfts-WiUiaas. Cox. Stolen bases Scrirrarr. Williams. Brown and Thompson. Left on bases Essies. ; Del Ray, 3. Basts on balla-Orl Whitav. 1; off Thompson. 4. Struck oat By Whits. . fcr Tbcaxcson. . Cm- ptm Messrs. atottnstl. sad Brooks. lias of ast i sour sm susnisa Condition of the Buying Market at Parker-Bridget & Co.'s Today LISTED. SELLING. $20 Suits $14.25. ,m . . . Fast seHiag $25 Suits . .sylo.75. . . .M .ACuTC $18 Suits $13.25 Strong $6 and $730 Panamas $3.70 Quick sales $1.50, $2 and $230 Skirts 79c Very actrra Straw Hats (regular) At Va Bearish $5 Teck Oxfords $3.95 Steady selling Many unusual values Ested in every departaeaL Thk is taa time of Use Annual Midsummer Sale at this nationally known store. (Signed) PARKER, BRIDGET k CO., The Avenue at 9th. Tommy Lowe Willie TONIGHT'S FIGHT CARD. Main Bont. Tommy Lowe, of Washington, n. Willie Hoack. of Philadelphia, fifteen rounds to decision. Seml-Wlndna. Kid Thomas, of Washington, vs. Jlmrale Cummins, of Balti more, right rounds to decision. First Preliminary. Patsy Day vs. Ysnns; Demmiek, both of Washington four rounds. Second Preliminary. Young Montano, of Washing ton, vs. "lounar Mocks, of Wash ington I fonr rounds. Tklrd Prellmlnsry. Bail Mitchell vs. Joe Blsck burnc, both of Wsshlna-toni four rounds. Fourth Prellmlnsry. Abe Wembero, of Indian Head, vs. Fsnt rsy, of Washington! four rounds. w The preltmlnsrles will start promptly at 8i30 p. m. while the rest of the program will follow without sny Intermission. P. F. O'Connor will be the official referee of the evening. CARROLL TO HOLD RUN ON LABOR DAY A five-mile open handicap run will be held Labor Day by the Carroll Institute track team, and from the prizes offered the largest field that ever started In the District Is expected Ten Individual prizes are offered for the first ten men to cross the board, while two medals will also be given to the first two novices to finish. Carroll Institute will enter twenty-five men In an effort to land the handsome team trophy which has been offered. The start and finish will be made from In front of the Tenth street institute, but the course has not -et been selected The Pathe Moving Picture Company will follow the runners over the entire course Potomac League. CO.GRE?3 HEIGHTS AB. R. H PD. A. E, CasJdr. 3b 4 0 3 13 2 Dodt. lb 3 0 1 10 0 0 Huntt. si 3 10 2 2 3 Tbornett lb 3 0 113 0 rirusom. If 3 0 0 0 0 0 Snllrran. cf.. 3 0 10 0 0 Hoffman, rf 3 0 0 0 0 0 Gwtxl. e. S 1 1 1 0 Sff-ener. p. 2 10 14 0 Total 26 2 3 13 5 FA1RLAWJJ. AB. R. H PO .. E. Ardmore. 2b 3 0 112 1 Butcher - 4 1110 2 Miller, c. 10 16 2 0 Lanzdon. ss . 4 11110 Hutchison lb. 3 0 0 7 0 1 Bonrrest. cf 3 0 110 0 McClvr. rf 3 0 0 10 0 r,.ern rf . 3 0 110 0 Brown. P 1112 4 0 Totals -.. 3 3 I a 4 ConziT Heiht. 0 0 10 0 1 0-2 Fairlan n fl 0 0 0 2 13 Left on baes-Cenireas Helshtv 4 FaJrlawn. 6. First bas- on balls Off Brown. 2. off Sweeney 1. Struck cut By Brown. 8. by Sweeney. 6. Two-base hit Grem Sacrifice hits Sweeney, Ardmore, n C 1... K,. R nm b,.J hi .ii 4 ,h , in.. ! enth, winning the g-ame Umrire Mr. Billy Heath I MACHINISTS iB. R. H PO. A E. Fattr cf 3 0 2 10 0 Fehoneld. Jb. 3 0 10 3 1 Crispin If 3 10 2 0 0 , Oinannetti. c 3 3 19 3 0 tun, n - v v i jraier. rf 1 1 0 0 0 0 Beard, lb S J. e 6 1 0 Harris, ss 13 14 10 Kountre. 2b. 3 12 10 0 Thompson, p .. 4 12 12 1 TBUls 29 12 W 14 11 3 G. H I AB R H PO. A. E Bnll. 2b 4 12 111 ireU. sa 10 0 3 3 2 HasensUb. Jb 4 0 2 3 2 0 Spcith. If 4 0 0 3 0 0 Carrico. o. 4 0 2 4 0 0 Rlston. lb 3 0 16 10 Coulter, rf. n-. 3 0 12 0 1 Km. cf 2 0 0 0 0 0 Spaoldin. cf 10 0 0 4 0 Vernstetn. p 10010 Twohill. p 119 0 10 Harr-y. rf 10 0 0 0 0 Totals- 3 2 I 21 9 i Machiniat. 0 3 2 0 13 0 x 12 G. H I. 10001000-2 Left on bases-Machinists. 9. G H. I . S. First bs on balls Off Bemsttln, 1. off Coulter, 1. off TwohiB. 6; off Tbompaon, J. Inninrs pitched By VernsUIn, 1: by TwoMU. 5. Hits made-Oe Two hill. 10. Struck out By Coulter. 2. by Thompaoo. I Sacrifice hits-Scboflald CI. VareU. Stolen bases Bcatty (2). GloraanetU IJI. Harris. Ooolter. Doo H pUy-Vartls to Blston. Hi" by rleht--By Vtrnstero, Crispin: by Twohill. Beatty. Hants, by Thompson. Coulter. Umrare Mr. Woodward Miron Wins Swim. Boston. July 36. Henry Miron. an 1S-year-old Ablngton boy. won a swimming raco from Charlestown to Boston light yesterday from a Held of sixteen con testants. His time was 6 hours O min utes. Charles Toth. of the South Boston district who was the only other to finish, arrived at the light just an hour behind Miron. While attempting to beat the record for the course. 5 hours and 15 minutes, held by Sam Richards, of this city, George Meehan. of Brookllne, be came exhausted within MO j-arda of his goal and had to be taken from tho water. Cecilia Friedbursvthe only girl entrant In tha contest, quit tha raca cat Long Ills. MARKET. Battles Houck Tonight Local Veteran Meets Quaker City Swatter in Fifteen Rounds at Ardmore. FIVE OTHERBOUTS LISTED Following a lapse of nearly two months. which time Jlmmle Lafontalne. the local tight promoter, has taken the direct man agement of affairs, the ifarjland Athletta and Social Cluh will ld its flrst pro gram tonight, when Tommy Lowe, the Washington light-weight. U scheduled to meet Willie Houck. of Philadelphia. In a flfteen-round match at the Ardmore tight arena. From the present outlook the Initial program of the club ondr its new management Is by far the best ever held in tins cit. ana snouia me proper crowd turn out to witness the fight It will only be a question of a few months when the Washington people can see the top notcbers In action. Tommy Lowe, who fights Houck in the main attraction. Is nbvv In the pink of condition, having worked hard through out the past three weeks in preparation of his well-known opponent and followed such vigorous training because of his op ponent's ability Houck Is by far tho best of the fighters who have evetvbeert brought to this city to show before the local fans, as he has a record of which very few in the fight game todav can I show, having fought Johnnj- Kllbane and Sammy Robideau to a standstill In Pnila- ut-iyniii auring me past winter It goes without saj-lng that any man who Is capable of withstanding the ter rible ons'augbt of Johnny Kllbane. Ote present feather-weight champion. Is ca pable of holding his own in any ring In the country, and when Tommy Lowe steps Into the ring tonight he will face I a real lighter of the first class Follow ing the publishing of Houck's records, the Washington fight fans have picked him as the winner, and when he enters ,th ring he will be a favorite CAer the (Washington Hsht-welght Pat O'Connor w III referee thU bout, having been agreed upon bj- the two fighters, j In the seml-wlndup Toung Thomas, ol 1 Washington, Is scheduled to meat Jlm mle Cummins. of Batllmore, and the t improvement shown bj Thomas In his last ( two fights stamps him as the probable victor, as he carries a punch in both Vhandi and can stand a great deal of punishment Should Thomas come up to expectations he will be matched with Kid Greek, the present feather-weight champion of the District, for the net 'how This bouls scheduled to go eight rounds, but pel toys knowing the hitting ability of hoth men think it is hardly possible that it win go the limit In the four preliminaries Toung Mon tano will meet Toung Nochs. while Patsy Donovan meets Young Demmiek In the second match. "Bull" Mitchell and Joe Blackburne hook up In the third four-round go. while Abe Wemberg. of Indian Head, meets Paul Day In the last preliminary preceding the Thomas-Oira-mlns bout. Kid Sullivan will refer tho preliminaries, while Pat O'Connor will officiate In the main bout. ANOTHER RECORD OFFER to Ford Car Owners For One Week. We will put three Initials on eacL side of your car In either Gold or Sil ver 50c Record Auto Supply and Service Company 631 Mais. Are. N. W. Closing Oat Ford Business. 50-Ford Cars Sacrificed-50 $150 to $300 each. Demonstrators and used cars In first-class conditio:. MILLER BROS. Automobile and Snpply House. 61 Pierre St. X. E. Studebaker Commen.taiA.uto Supply Co.. til 14U , IIP lift! u V ' ,. .r. S... V r. J? '?-'' ;3 .-i- -p3- -szsiiinstssAti "?j '" y--2" ,' -a Try- i -& - -y. -rV- Y.