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Harry Harper's Hurling Gives Nationals Victory Over Red Sox in Wind-up:
HARPER'S AIRTIGHT HURLING
HANDS OUT JOLT TO BOSTON
Lanky Southpaw Gives Griffmen Even Break
in Series with Red Sox?Nationals? Hit Ball
in Pinches, Shooting Runs Over.
,RRY HARPER with his southpaw slants stopped
Bab? Rath and the Boston Red Sox club in the
final game of the series yesterday at the Florida
avenue stadium ,the Nationals grabbing off the long
end of a 3-to-o count
"Moxie," as he is better known to hi steam
mates, burled world-series baseball, as only one of
the former champions reached the far corner, while
he divided four scattered hits among the swatmen
of the Cape Cod crew.
This Hackensack truckman was the whole show,
as his puzzling loose-as-a-goose delivery once more jolted Eddie Bar
row's prides, while he hung up his seventh straight victory, two of
which came in this series with the Yankees from the village of
Bunker Hill.
Attar th? opening Inning wn?n.
Harry Hooper nosed hi? way around
to the hot ?station the southpaw ?lab
man ot tbe National? we? master of
th? batti?, aa be laaued out free trana
portatlon wh?sn passe? were neceaaary
and kept himself so well camouflaged
that tb? lnvaaling northern foro?? are
eAmmStt with having ten men strand
ed during th? putirne.
To th? whacking ability of "Fa
t&raa" Foster. "Wildfire'? Frank
Schult*, and the only Tennesse? flier,
flyd? Milan, ?oea the credit of rang
i>? np this victory, aa their punche?
In tb? pinch?? paved tb? way.
Oppo?ed to the lanky port-eld? hea
ver was ??Bullef Joe Bu?h, but Joe
f?n?5d In bis rating tu a bullet hurl
er, aa his slants were hammered for
?even safe crashes by th? locala while
his wlldne?? helped the Nationals over
mi? of the burden.
Bullet Joe was the first to obtain a
mkte blow oft the offerings of the
??riffmen*? "cockeye" while he la
listed with gathering half of th" s li I
smacks obtained by the vlaltin-? clin.
Tb? battle was all over after th?
third inning, ?as the third tribe of
C. C OrifBth had rushed aero?
enough talli??? in the first three ??g
alons to pack away the old dispute.
Just to get things started for the
Nationals. Foster doubled to left
field, after Howard Shank? had
grounded out in the first frame
Judge crashed one on th? nose to
?-enter ?eld for a Dingle which Babe
Ruth allow?*}, to bounce away from
.him and Foster crossed over with
?ih? Qriffmen? first tally. After
unan had grassed out. WIld-Flre
?rank Schulte caught hold of one
o his liking for a twio-btase crash
o center field and Judge romped
lirough with the second counter.
In tbe third inning Foster again
?aved the route by drawing the free
?sue and moved along a peg on
l'idge's ?acriflce. Milan then started
?n another hitting streak by
-flamming a wallop to left field that
niasily ?hoved Fatarti? over the dish.
Two hits and a sacrifice went to
naught In the National?' second
frano? when Howard Shanks at
tempted to pun the delayed steal with
I .-?van on the far corner. Lieutenant
Johnny failed to catch the hiking
? ignal and Howard wa? caught flat
footed.
Two bteea -on balls In the sixth did
not result In any scoring for the
locals as the demon slugger, Harper,
floored the ball in the Jam while
Milan? double In the eighth went for
nothing as Wally Schang made ?
?enaatlonal ?top of Schulte'? Une
drtve doubling up Clyde at the sec
ond sack.
In the Beantowners* first Inning
Hooper drew a pas? and went along
when Wagner grounded out to La
van. Ruth then crashed one to deep
right center, which allowed Hooper
to jogg to the far corner, but
Schang'? effort was only a holster
in Milans' direction. Harper passed
Mclnnis. the flrst man up in the sec
ond, but there was no scoring, as
Whiteman. Scott and Agnew proved
easy picking. Bush's flrst hit and
Hooper's pas? by the way of being
hit failed to net the Cape Cod crew
anything In the field, while White
man's blow in the fourth went In
the wrong direction, as Scott and
Agnew again fell down
Throughout the battle the Hub
City outfit kept threatening to do
damage, but Harry Harper tightened
up on the rein? when hit? meant
runs and registered one more for
??riff's pennant hopes.
National?. ?b. r. h. bb. ?o. ah. ?b. rei. ?. e.
*. ??1?0??000
''oat-. Jb.. 3111(1??!?
J.xlas. lb.. 3 1 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Mil??, cf.. III????!??
??hak?, if. ??tSIIDlio
Mor???. a>. Ititi??*]?
I ?ran, m.. ??11???11(
rie*_eb, c. :?????????
Harper, p.. 3??????*!??
Tcttr* .137.311-11
ab. ?. li. ??? ??. ?li. ps- ?*?. ?. e.
J baa-, rf. J??l ? ? I 3 o ?
?T. S). 4???6?|!3?
' ram. et. 3#aa*racaoj
ii'sUe?>-. cf.. 1 ?????????
: tlianaj. J*?.... 1??*>????|?
Melasi?. Ib.... i I 1 1 I I I II I ?
?ATmiaasa. >.. I I 1 I f I ? 1 I ?
"eatt. ss.. I??????*)?
???-, ?.. ????1???2?
BUSS. ?.. J?!!????*?
Ton- __.S I I I I 1 ?? S 1
N-nOSaLa.
torn..-. 1*1??????-*
HHa..... ???????? z-f
BOSTON*.
?una. Idilli???-!
HU?.. ??11????
I?II <? l??? **l?ti?*?i?l?, i; Botttoa, ?. t??.
baa? bit?-Milan. Schulte. Doubl? pia;?Scham
to Waea?r. Bit by pitcher?By Harper (Hoop
er.) Vmaam?itrmrt. O-a-en? ?ad HiMebraivi.
T.mo ot ttmo-1?.
KING GEORGE RE?_DY
TO THROW OUT BALL
London. July 1?Under the caption
"Shaker?* the Dally Sketch prints the
following line? today alluding t? the
British celebration of the Fourth of
July.
"King George III with cannon balls.
"Did try our brothers to dispatch
"King George V the country calls.
To watch with hlra their baseball
match.**
King George propos?e to throw th?
first ball st tbe great game on July 4,
"absolutely right" In his own words.
Tb? monarch Is. therefore, training
?tally with Arlie Latham, former New
Tork Giant plajer. throwing a ball
againat a whit? wan In the Bucking
ham grounds.
h impili htrt O-tfeM?.
Iadianapoli?. Ind.. July 2.?Out
??Mrr Bratchi. of the Memphis
(Southern Association) team ai
formerly with th? Columbus A. A
?slab, haa been purchased by Indian
apolis, according to a telegram re
curred here last night from Owner
afcOLU. at Omaha. Neb. Bratchl Is
expected to join th? local club Tues
day- la Toledo.
?Ut* Nee* Fire More.
Babe Ruth now needs only flve
-nor? home runs *~r equal the Amer
icas League record set up by Sock
YANKEES HERE
FOR BIG SERIES
Miller Huggins* Gothamites
to Battle Nationals at
League Park Today.
All the way from Slumberland
come? Miller Huggln? and hi? Yan
kee trlb? and may-be We? Miller
I* not somewhat glad (we don't
thine) to leave the town of Quak
er* a? his problem here Is some
thing that he ha? figured on during
the past few days.
The mad rush of Griffith's elan
into the first division has Miller and
all the pilota In th? Ban B. John
eon circuit guessing aa they can
not yet phantom the ways, whys and
hows the Old Fox plunged his crew
of warriors Into this selective class.
And tt Is still camouflage as to the
real strength of the local swatraen.
But the Tanke*? are here today
for a four game serle? In three day?,
and thl? same *"Wee" Miller will not
misa any bets In attempting to
grab off the ?erles with the Na
tionals. But Clark C. Griffiths In
tends to have a great deal to say.
on these same ways, whys and
hows during the next few days and
has hopes of knocking the league
leading ?ankees off that top rung
of the ladder.
The first of this series 1? scheduled
to start this afternoon at the Flor
ida avenue ball-i-wlck when Jimmy
Shaw will face the slugging outfit
from Gotham. If Jimmy get* away
to a flying ?tart, it will be good
night for the Yankees, as Jimmy
ha*S- been giving a creditable ac
count of himself In recent games.
Tout his poor starts have been hi?
undoing.
Just who will be Jimmy's rival In
this battle remains to be seen ss
Huggins Is carrying ten hurlers. In
his efforts to keep the Gothamlte?
In top position. In Johnson's circuit
and any one of his gang may decor
ate the center of the diamond, with
either Dannah or Al Walters on the
receiving end of the flinging.
Tomorrow two games are sched
uled the first one being played at
'10:30 a. tn.. while the afternoon con
test will get under way at 3:00.
I Al Brennan the veteran left
|hander who made history In the Na
! tlonal League while doing duty with
Pat Morana Phillies may he given
a chance to show his wares by the
Old Fox In this opening battle to
day, Brennan has enjoyed two good
seasons with Charlie Frank's At
lanta Club in the Southern League
and fa attempting a come-back with
?Foxey Griffs tribe.
PRINTERS ARE EASY
FOR MARINES' CLUB
The Capital Publishing Company
team proved easy pickings for the
crack Quantico Marines in their first
appearance in the Navy Interbureau
League yesterday, when the Sea
Soldier? won by a 15 to 0 count.
Singleton, for the Virginian? ?et the
printer? down wth two scattered
hits, while fifteen went back to the
bench by the strike-out route. The
score :
Print?*? AB H O A El Marine? AB ? ? ? ?
?VixrerT.??.. 3 t 2 I '?JRuanetl.??... 4 1 1 ? i
McGrath.lt> S t I ? tJliUiiden.3b. t 1 t 1 I
Mnl.err.lt. J 2 t t ? Miller.;?).... Kill
I lee.rf. J t t 0 OJI'rimm.rf... 10 0 0 0
' l-nli.rt.2b. 3 0*3 OM-avluella.lh 4 2 3 1 ?
Ftrsnaon.3r, 3 ? ? 1 OtCominc.... 3 2 15 1 0
William-.i-f 1*00 l[sT.<?lrr.rf... t I 1 ? ?
j Krn.lnuri.e 2 ? S ? 31 Moore, cf.... i t I t i
?Serrin.n, .. ; t ? 3 ?|Himt.lf..... 4 1 t t 0
- SintletoiM?. S 1 1 1 (
Total?... S tat t M -
TMtl?.... IDI t ?
Printer? . t ? t t ? t *-?
Marina? . ? ? ? t t 1 s?lt
Bnp.-Fna.eU (SI. (iltaaea (t). Miller (21.
Paaqusn? O), Corarla (S, Hunt (SI, SinfieCon.
Left o? baaw? Marina?, i; Printer?, 1 Bas?
s? ball??OS Serr?n, S; off Sing-leton, 2. Struct
ont?By Sinaleton. tf; by Serr?n. S. Horn?
ran? Rn??H. Two-baa? hits?PaaqneHa ft),
Stntleton. .??crtfic? htt?-?"orwln. SinitMo?.
Stolen ratet Html 13). Gladden, Malm;, V?U1
!????? (mpire^Von Heroulie. Tim? af
1 boar and 38 minute?.
CAMP MEIGS WILL
HOLD TRACK MEET
All 1* in readiness for the big
track meet to be held on the parade
ground? at Camp Jtfeiga on Inde
pendence Day. ?Vine event* hav*
been carded for this Intercompany
meet, which will bring together the
best athletes In the cantonment.
Two men are eligible from each
company to enter the differ?/??*
events, while the team* of ten will
meet In the tug of war. Rudy Han
sen, who represented Denmark la th*
Olympic ?ramea held In London In
1908 and since coming to thla coun
try haa competed for the Irish
American Athletic Club of Chicago,
and Johnnie O'Meara, of the Irish
American A. C. of New Tork, along
with Claud* Manson. who wa? a ?tar
?track man at Repon College, Wiscon
sin, will meet In the mil* race. Th?
meet will start promptly at 8 a. ra.
CLARENDON TO PLAY
THE ARMY MEDICOS
Speech?? and patriotic demonstra
tion* will ba In Una at the Alexandria
County Athletic A*eociatlon gam?
?cheduled to be played with the Army
Medical School at Clarendon Va. to
morrow afternoon. Th* Rev. E. Beery
and Frank L. Ball will make addre*
ses In Interest of the American Junior
Red Cro?? before the gam? which la
bo?*?? to at-a/t ,? t ?, m, ."FT"
KA?FF FAILED
TO TOP MAJORS
Giants' Little Outfielder
Never Attained His
/Ambition. .,
New Tork. July ?.?little Benny
Kauft may never attain hia ambition
to become k r g of the batumen In the
major leagues, for n? has answered
the call to the colors, and is prepari m
to take hii part In the big world
ssrles aero?? the Atlantic.
But though Kauft may never enjoy
tb? realisation of being the leading
batsman in tareball, be <?n And con
solation In tho fact that h? mado
good as a trarci leaguer, despite the
prophecies of a good many of th?
critics, vb) said h? did not hav? th?
class.
Donned in the khaki of Und?
Samuel'? national army. Kauft can
look back at his major -league days
with a sm e and say.
"1 proveJ my right to a big league
job. I ma-ie good."
And Kauft certainly did make good
with the Giants, the club that h?
always wan'td to play with since he
broke in as a bush leaguer.
During Bl? Federal League days
Kauft'? ?.????, em a batsman con
vinced him that h? eould deliver th?
goods In ?tv league. A good many
people thougt* he waa swelled on
himself, ail because h? wm often
misquoted by certsJn ?cribe? th? Im
pression gained strength. The result
wa? that Kauff had to stand for many
a jibe an ? a great deal of kidding
that wou.d have discouraged the
average bal. r layer and ruined hi?
cha-cc? of sucking In th? majors
But Ben iv simply gritted his ?eeth.
took a toe-hold at the plate and .?aid
to himself: "III show *em!" And he
showed 'em.
He founo tbe pitching much better
In the mtjors than that which he nad
been used to tn the Federal League,
but It male no dlfferenc-? to his de
termlnatloi to bat and field his way
to stardom. He Just kept on plugging.
Kauft has natural ability as a nlt
ter, fielder and base runner, and be
hl'.d that h?? has unlimited nerve. He
had always aaplred to some day
usurp tbe thrones of such stars as
Ty Cobb ara Tris Speaker, and he
never gave ui.
Now that his baseball career has
bee? halted temporarily, at least, he
will have to satisfy his ambitious
nature by leaking good as a soldier,
and if or? know anything about
Benny hen make good, and then
some.
GUN SHOP SWAMPED
BY CLOFFEPS TEAM
-standing of League.
W. L Pet.
Cloffep? .'. S 4 .???
Torpedo . 6 4 .600
Tool and Mis. 7 6 .540
Quardrangle . * 7 .462
Ordnance . 4 7 .364
Gun . 4 7 .364
The Cloffeps swamped the Gun
team yesterday In the Navy Yard
League, by a score of 21 to 8 at
Union League Park. The Torpedo
and Quadrangle will play today at
6 p. m. The ?core:
Ooffep? AB ? O A ? Oon AR ? O A E
Ronney.Sb. I f ( 4 a N'issley,??. . ?1111
BotxrJf... ? 1 t ? OjRaxUmUh .. 1 ? ? ? 4
Jaoa-in?.-??.. ? I 1 ! l|w??to-sX>. 3 ? 1 ? 1
??rooke.lh.. 5 ! 11 0 HKMzen.rf.. 4 11*1
M<?ri<J*.2b (114 U|BranrKl.l3b 5 3???
Amener*, lilt UCM-a-9_.lf.. 511??
Hornjik.of. lilt il Raab.?*..... 1 ? ? ? t
Smith,??.. . I 1 ? ? 0((?at??.ef..... 2 ? ? 0 0
Buarhcr.p. i 1 ? 3 Hartman.r.. 4 ? M 1 ?
-|Schliti,lb... 3 ?11 11
lOtD?... 5? 192* 11 fc.Frje.p.. Ill??
T?tala ... 31 ? ? 11 II
Scor? Irr inning?:
ciotte?- .? ? ? I 1 ? 1 4 ?-ti
U?m .? ? S 1 C? t ? t 1- ?
Stimm?*-): Runa?Roooejr (3). Kob?r (3). Jtn
kirs. (S, i-nioke (I), McBride 13), Americi.
Horror?!. Smith (1). Btischer I!). Nisslej.
Klodaen. Br?nnd (2), Oileanan. Hartman,
Schilt? W. Left on beaes-Cloffep?, I; ??un. T.
First base un halla ? iff Buseber, 4: off frre.
3. Struck out?By Buscbcr, I; br Fry?. ?.
Ili.me mn Robev. Thne-b??? hit?Jenkina.
Two~b*a? hite?Bnund,. Jenkit*?. Room?.
Iti'scher (2). Saenfiot hite- Bober, Bnacli*?.
I s?rTifiee flj? Hor*ij?k. Stolen latsis-Kowiej.
! .McBride. Homjsk. Hit by pitcbar-By fry.
iBobrr 2). Paaeed r?.11 -Hartman. Imi.in -
Mr. I.'?rr.
RED CROSS OUTFIT
LOSES TO WAR TRADE
The War Trade Bureau team land
ed an uphill battle from the Red
Ooes nine In the Departmental
League yesterday by a count of 7 to
3. The hitting of Murray, of the losers,
was the feature of the game. The
score by Innings:
R. (* AB ? O A E W.T.B. AB ? ? ? ?
Mu?ary.ef.. t 3 3 ? n Smith. Jh..... 4111?
And'aon.rf.p 5 0(1?
? Mshon.lb... ?MM
I lliebol.c. 4 I I 3 0
1 Hend'aooj. 3 1111
| Welch,?..... ? 1 ? ? 1
! Masm.ler.3b 4 110 1
??allsriher.ir.. 5 111?
e.te?ra.p. 3 111?
Doberty.lb... I 111 ? ?
l'ratt.c. 4 1 ? ? 1
Hoacotbejb. 4 11(1
Hill.cf. UHI
Bnrkc.2b.... 3 112 l|Diamo?Mi.B?.. 3 10 3 1
Ms'hall.t??,-*. 4 0 0 1 l'.Vur ii'ker.rf.. 2 10 0 0
-?LHUarf. : ? ? ? o
Toi?!? ....31 (? 13 51 -
I TtoUI. 31 127 T 1
Red Oo??. 2000010(0-3
W?r Tr?de. ? 0 S ? 1 1 ? ? e-J
Run??Mt*??y. ?jiab?!, Htmdtnoo, Smith,
?Jsllafher. Dobertr. Pratt, Diamond Naaa*
mal?. UlUa Left ?a h? A*i lYcm, ?:
War Trotta T. Flrtat bu? ?x? bail?? MainhaU.
I; otear*. t; Anderson. L le.nl,*?*? pitched?
Miinh?ll ? ?3: And??-on. 1 1-3. Hit??Off lUin
h?ll. ?; And-Tsoo. 1. Struck e?rt-M?inh?ll, 1:
Steal?, I? T-ao-lm? hita?Sea-, ? ;ajl?ai?r
Stolan tusee-GHUiher, 1: Dobertj. Hcndc??a.
Pratt. Dnubta plan-Smith. Heneo the to Doh
c-rtr. Hit by nitchrr-By Malnball (Smith), by
ste?rs H.label. Hender?on. Mahota?) G???il bells
-Pratt. Oeihel. Balk-Mainball. Dmpiro-Bd
die. Time-2-3?. Scorer-Morrar.
SOX LOSE "HAPPY" FELSCH.
Geti His Pay Check and Then
Says He'i Through.
Chicago, July *".-0?car ("Happy")
Felsch, center fielder with the Chl
cago Americans, Is the latest player
to desert the world's champions.
After receiving his monthly pay check
yesterday. Felsch notified Manager
Rowland that he had accepted a
position In (Milwaukee, his home, ?uid
planned to play semlprofeseiontU
bail.
Falsch led the league laat season
in fielding and ranked aa a .300 hitter.
He la the fifth player to quit th?
club. Pitcher Faber enlisted in the
navy and Jackson, Lynn and Wil
liams went to work In shipyard?.
Felsch wlir be employed by th? gaa
company at Milwaukee, playing ball
Saturdays and Sundays.
Paul Kriehel. Reafna.
Bridgeport. July 2.?Paul Qrichell.
of New Tork CTty, who haa been at
the helm of the Bridgeport club of the
Bastan League sine? the beginning
of last season, laat night handed In
hia resignation to President Clarke P.
Lana. Jr., of the club. Krichell's
resignation waa accepted. Under
Krichell's management the Bridgeport
team won twenty-eight games and lost
five. Including two forfeited games.
The team ia far in th? lead.
Ray Orine?, tbe club?? flrat baae
y?lnlll'???>b*<B W?1-*Ud ,nrn"*?."' to
Tr?o of Old-timers Who Are Doing a Comeback
jaw. *Di??<.Tu*ei*E,*R.rr
ivA n*Elf" xxra-t^w.'.
TJX.BTO "rHJencxt:
OLD TIMERS IN
BIG COME-BACK
Larry Doyle, Fred Merkle
and Jake Daubert Show
Remarkable Form.
Old-time baseball players are hav
ing their year. Th? season of I'll
haa brought out more retirad play
er* than any In the history of th?
game. It ha* also been a great
year for player* who were begin
ning to ?lid? to the minor??witneaa
the remarkable come-back* of Larry
Doyle, Fred Merkle and Jake Dau
bert. All three of these players ap
peared to be ?lowini; up rast ?eaaon,
but 1911 seem* to have given them
a new lease on life.
Doyle, ?old a few years ego by
the Giants to Chicago because the
?nap and dash had disappeared from
his playing, was rebought by the
New Tork team, and prior to his be
ing taken sick a month or so ago
was leading the batters of the Na
tional League. In fifteen games
"Larropinar Larry" walloped the pill
for an average of more than .400.
He also played the ?econd bay with
all hi? old-time skill: in fact, this
season promised to ba the beat in
hi? big league career.
Merkle, sold by the Giants to
Brooklyn and later traded by the
Dodgers to Chit-ago, Is at present
leading the National League batters
wtth an average of close to .SsV
Fred was thought by many to have
long passed his usefulness in the
big ?how, but his great come-back
this season Is the surprise of the
gsme.
There was much talk in Brooklyn
last season of a trade which would
involve Jake Daubert. This because
of his poor showing for the past two
seasons. A few years ago Jake led
the National League in batting and
waa probably the best first ?acker
in the game. But 1918 finds Dau
bert pressing Merkle hard for the
lead In batting, his mark being
around .350.
REX WILL BATTLE
WASHINGTON GROVE
The Rex Athletic Club will go
to Washington Grove, Md., tomorow
(July 4th), for a game with the
nine representing that place. Either
Owen or Ferguson will toe the slab
with O'Connor on the receiving end.
Players are requested to report
at Twelfth and H street? northeast,
promptly at 1 o'clock. The trip will
be made by automobile.
BOYS "OVER THERE"
ORGANIZE LEAGUE
Baseball In the American army In
France gradually is becoming or
ganized. FIvt league* or sections
have been formed. The six team*
of each section will play a short sea
son, with the winner? of these sec
tion* meeting later tn the year. Be
side* th?*? thirty recogniied leagu?
team* our soldiers have a few hun
dred* of other team?, more or lea?
definitely organised.
It la estimated that, all told, near
ly 6,000 American fighting men ar?
playing the national game behind
the battle Une.
CAMP SHUT TO KILBANE.
Locked Out When He Absents Him
self Without Leave.
Cleveland. O., July 1?Upon his re
turn from Cleveland to Camp Sher
man, Chillicothe. O., where he la box
ing instructor johnny Kilbane.
featherweight champion, was refuaed
admittance last night, according to
word received here. It Is understood
that Maj. Gen. Harry C. Hala, In
command. Issued the ruling on the
ground that Kilbane had abeantad
himself from camp without leave.
Since h? haa been stationed at
Chillicothe it haa been customary
for Kilbane to visit his family tn
Cleveland Friday nights and return
to camp Monday. He contenda that
he la under the Jurisdiction of the
War Department Commission on
Training Activltiet and not under
Maj. Oen. Hale. Kilbane haa tele
graphed to Washington for a ruling.
ON AGAIN, OFF AGAIN!
New Tork. July 2.?Evidently an
hope of staging the Fred Fulton
Jack Demptey bout In Jersey City
ha? bean lost, and tt la doubtful If
any further effort will ba made.
Mike Collins. Fulton'? manager, has
left thla city to go to Chicago. It
i? understood he haa already open
ed negotiations with Jack Reams,
wh? representa Dempsey, with the
Idea of promoting the "bout himself
?t th? Twin Citi*? oa Labor
MILAN CLIMBS ON
LEAGUE SWATTERS
Clyde Milan, of the Washington
Club, who has accounted for the
largest number of safe hits made
by any player In the league, went into
fifth place in the American League
batting race over Harry Hooper of
Boston.
Cobb played through a double
header yesterday making three safe
hita out of nine trips to the plate,
which gave him a tighter hold on tha
third berth. Baker, of New York,
suffered a slump, his percentage
falling off two points. The five lead
ers are:
Player. A.B. B.H. Pc.
Staler. St. Louis .140 SS .Sol
Baker, New York .259 K8 .339
Cobb, Detroit .217 73 .33?
Burn?. Athletics .IBI S3 .3*?
Milan, Washington .284 93 .ta
HAD LOTS OF TIME
IN WHICH TO HIT
New York. July 2.?Casey Sten
gel, former Robin, now pastlming
with the Piratea, was given a great
reception when he appeared at the
Polo Grounds recently, the opening
game of the series between the
Qianta and Hugo Betdek*a team,
marking the occasion for Casey's
first visit here In his new spangle?.
The slugging outfielder, too, had
to stand for a lot of kidding, espe
cially as the Pirate? were beaten.
In answer to a query from the grand
?tand as to whether or not he ever
was with a winner Stengel cam?
back with: "Ye?. In l?l?!'*
"Casey ?tood by ?winging a couple
of bat? while Max Carey, with two
out In the ninth, stood at the plate,
and a wag in the ?tand shouted:
"Don't be In a hurry, Casey. You
don't bat until Monday!"
YANKEES HARD CLUB
TO PRESENT ZEROS
New York, July 2.?The Yankees of
1917 were famed for their shutouts, as
they took the kalaomlne treatment
about once In every seven games, fin
ishing up the campaign with a total
of twenty scoreless defeats.
It Is a different story with the Yan
kees of 1B18, aa might be expected with
the addition of Pratt and Bodle to the
regular lineup, and the improved hit
ting of Baker, Pipp and Gilhooley.
The recent game against the Tigers
completed one-third of their season's
schedule, and lt also developed Into
the second shutout of the season.
Huggins' men suffered only one
shutout In the first fifty games, that
occurring at Boston on April 22, when
Joe Bush beat them, 1 to 0, allowing
only three hits, while Thormahlen
wa? allowing only two. Bush and
Kalllo are the only pitcher? who have
shut out the Yanks this season.
The Morning After the
Day Before?2d Guess
The world's serious: Marne field
1 July 1. Batting and bombarding
their way to victory the Yankees
scored a ?hut out today, their third
during; their Invasion of the *ncmy
territory. Four taille* were chalked
up In th* nine frames.
Aided partly by errors on the part
of th? central? they triumphantly
marched to victory never leaving
the final result In doubt The first
runner crossed the plate just 22
minute? after the game waa called
early thi* morning, when the Yan
kee? advanced a man to Vaux and
?cored on a wild pitch.
The Brave? can no longer be called
a dark hors?. They have abandon
ed the twilight baseball idea.
While the Red Sox and Yankees
?re playing hide and seek with the
top rung, the Indiana ar? getting
ready to ?weep down on them.
Now that Larry Doyle 1? back in
the game, ther? may be a new bat
ting leader for the National League.
Somebody ahould lend Babe Ruth
a pair of goggles th? next tlm? he
attempt? to hit Harper*? offerings.
Nick Alt rock Is the oldest "Sen
ator" In tha United Stetes, as far a?
baseball is concerned.
Tbe Giant? now have a Roas Young
In the outfield and a young Ron In
th? pitcher?' box.
Some magnate? tre now consider
ing sending scouts to the theaters to
round up ?ome noneaeential actor?
for recruit ball playera
It looks now a* though there will be
a good harvest of nonessentlal material
ready a? ?oon aa tha ?econd edition
of the International League i? out
Some of the Pittsburgh fan? ar?
rather skeptical about Bexdek s nett
pitcher. HI? name ia W?pnlek?.
Cincinnati'? latest shortstop Sensa
tion has a name that appeal? to th?
feminine fans?Cueto. It sounds ao
much like most pet dog*? mm??.
It may also be remarked that if
Wingo'a wing was a little more re
liable Matty would use him In th?
outfield more.
Incidentally It might he mentioned
that Ty Cobb hat not, landed ft
mclBUttlila;
CURTAIN WAITS,
BATTLERS TALK
Jack McCormick Holds Up
Show While Talking to
Jim Corbett.
Chicago. July 2.?Times were and
times are. and the boxer of yester
day was as different from the boxer
of today In personal liking for hi?
fellow boxer as my lady of the ab
breviated skirt i? from her hoop
enveloped sister of days gone by.
In witness whereof we cite an in
cident In the ante-ha?-been days of j
Jim Corbett. now of vaudeville, and
Jack McCormick, veteran heavy
weight fighter, who dropped in on
Jim one day in hi? dressing room in
a Chicago theater just to talk thing?
o??*er, for those who have been
enemies in days gone by ?ort of like
to forget old scores and talk things
over??when things are over.
Jack, you r*ecall. Is the chap who
made Kid McCoy for a moment for
get all about the audience "out in
fronf at the Star Theater In I??
whan he landed stillare and fair like
the weather on the letter's Jaw. He
meant business, as ?lid all the old
days' fighters, and McCoy Just nat
urally forgot thing? then, to remem
ber them later.
Well, as we were about t?i ?ay. Jack
dropped in on Jim and the curtain
had to* wait while they talked. It
had been eleven years since Jack
and Jim had met, and they talk??d
excitedly of thing??, especially of a
previous meeting in Wood's New York
gymnasium, which nearly broke up !
In a riot, and goes to prove the j
truth of the flrst paragraph hereto
fore written.
McCormick was working with Tom
Sharkey, and Tom wa? an avowed
go-after-lt for the championship
title. He had hi? banners out with
no Intention of drawing them In.
They reached Wood's for some lim- i
bering up. The gym was crowded '
with athletes and acrobats, all of
them training for the circus seat-on,
about to be opened.
?Corbett and his sparring partner, i
Con McVey, dropped In?not for a
friendly chat, but to swat each
other that Corbett might swat the
swatter when the time came. And,
then up turned Bob Fltssimmons
snd his sparring partner, Dan j
Hickey, and
There was only one ?parrlng room.
So, though there was no love lost
betwixt and between the three bat
tlers of the ring. Iota were cast
and drawn.
Fits drew one and Corbett drew
two, leaving Sharkey out In the cold.
"And remember, Jim," said Mc
Cormick to the ex-champ1on, while
the curtain still waited, "how ?ore
he got when you delayed letting him
in. Whether you did this purposely
J, never have known, but I guess
you wanted to annoy him bad
enough. Anyway, he lost all his pa
tience and part of his vocabulary,
and was storming and calling you
all of the "damned dudes" he could
think of and wishing you were In a
lot of other places than the gym,
which were somewhat hotter than
anyone ever .made It for you in the
rln_."
Corbett rot a good laugh out of
these recollections.
"He couldn't box much," said Jim.
but he was a wicked man to tackle
in the ring. If he couldn't hit you
he could pretty nearly squeese you
Into a pulp once he got hold of
you."
TOO MUCH KICKING
IN NATIONAL LEAGUE
Recent disorders In National
League games has created the Im
pression that there is too much
kicking. It Is impossible to curb
some of the bad actors In baseball
by slapping on fines. Suspension la
the only penalty that proda?-?? the
desired resulta. ,
Baseball la oa trial just now and
the players should be made to real
ise it Rowdyism Is the hardest
knorlc that can be delivered* to the
national pastime. If torn, of the
players haven't sense enough to be
have themselves In these trouble
some times they should be kept out
of the sport until they are willing
to obey the rules of discipline.
DAVE ROBERTSON
WILL NOT REPORT
New Tork. Jaly t?Davey Robert
son, erstwhile right fielder of the New
Tork Olanta, and a bard hitter of
parts, will not come to the rescue of
his team, now tbat Benny Kauft haa
been called by Uncle 8am.
In answer to tb? question he sent
th? following short but decisive an
swer to the World from hia honte In
Norfolk: "W_ not report this eea
Wl tW_
BASEBALL STATISTICS
lUTUuuri ?**?:? p. t?.
Washington. I; Boston. ?.
Philadelphia, I. N*w York. ?.
Cleveland. 4; Bt. Lou la 2.
Chicago. I; Detroit. 1
Detroit. 11; Chicago, 1.
W HEM THEY FLAY TODAY.
New Tork at Washington.
Boaton at Philadelphia.
Detroit at Chicago.
St. Loui? at Cleveland.
?TA??DillG OF THaC CLIBS.
, Won. LoatL ret.
New Tork. ?7 tf ,(TI
Boston . ? 2? .???
Cleveland . ? >? -M*i
WasfctastM .?? tt ,t2t
SL Loui* . M M .47t
Chicago . tl ? .47?
Detroit . M tT .411
Athletic .M 41 ?S?
NatMulLcafW. "
Ya^ftiTEBDAV'S tE?H,TS.
Philadelphia, t: New Tork. 2.
Brooklyn. 4: Boston. ?.
Pittsburg. 7: Cincinnati. ?.
Chicago. 7: 8t. Loui*. 1.
Chicago. 4; St. Loui?. 1.
WHEIE THEY PLAY TODAY.
Philadelphia at Boston.
Brooklyn at New York.
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh.
Chicago at, St. Loui?.
?UMIIM. OF THB 1MB?
Won. Lot*. Pct.
Chlcago . 4? II .714
New York . 41 21 .Ml
Boston . tl 14 .477
Philadelphia . 2* It ,4Ti
Pittsburgh . 2* 24 .440
Brooklyn .?... tt tt .424
Cincinnati . 2S t? .41?
ISt. Louis .24 40 .275
CENTURY MARK
DUE THIS WEEK
Clyde Milan or Baker May
Be First to Cross Big
League Barrier.
The first century hitter In the ma
jor league campaign of 191? 1? to be
crown??d thi? week. He will be an
American Leaguer, as no player In
the National Leajrue ran reach the
mark before next Sunday without put
ting on a phenomenal batting atreaK.
Fred Merkle, who la leading the older
organisation in Dumber of ?afe hita,
had only seventy-nine to his credit.
and he hardly can make twenty-one
safe hits In a week.
Indications now point to Clyde Mi
lan being the first major leaguer to
reach the century mark In safe drive?.
He got hi* ninetieth hit of the aeaaon
on Saturday laat. and a? he went hit
lee? In the Sunday game he ata?ed
thi? week with ten to go. George Sta
ler had a grand opportunity to be the
firat oier the mark, but he waa forced
out of the Rame a few daya ago when
only four hits behind Milan, and his
enforced vacation has been a big
handicap.
Sisler started this week with eighty
four hits, a mark which Frank Baker
also held. Baker got three more yea
terday and now need? thirteen.
("?eorge Burns of the Msckmen and
Harry Hooper of the Red Sox were
close behind with eighty-three hits
apiece. It ia possible thst Baker may
reach the century mark this week, as
the Ysnkees have eight more games
to play. Including three double head
er*. Milan, Hooper and Staler did not
play yesterday, and Burns went hit
less in four trips to the plate.
LATONIA ENTRIES.
FIRST RAOK-CHiminc. ?UK?: ?'??r-eM
maiden filli???: fi?? and hah* furlong?; "ltar.ll?.
107: 'Lady M anger. HT: 'Aunt Fioca. V!t; '?em
Iran. UK; 'Atom Oil?. IT: "La-ir? Fri ?''-.lung.
1?: Betta Hawa. 112; Mad?? F. 11* RiiaafnL
11!: Aatrea. 112: Netta ?., il": Boriine, lit
Alm eligible: Bray in. lit: Lvota Kit, ut;
'Becky. 107; Rnm.tt. II. la; lad? Lanftioa.
112: Baby Borala. 112.
SEXYISD RAi'E-'"aiming. fW: ! ..it-old.
?ad up: aix furl????: Clanoe ?tilth. SS; ?Leta,
SS: Capera. SS; Blu? Paradur. SS; ?Tor atme.
101: TV?!?'. Iti: Jame? G . Itt: Frlloklad. M;
?1..G?- Iran. 1ST; <'???. Run, MS; ?"harW Cern
iteli. Ht; Arthur Middltton. It? Alan eligible?
Rorsntar. 116; Melilotiia. SB: TwtrtH.. Mt;
Lottos. G.3; BnHjoa. MS; Kir Kdiar. UL
TUIUD Rai E-n?miinf, tat?; Sj-rar-0?????;
fir. and ? half furktnt? : Arri? Aleiaitoer SS;
'Paito????!! limp ?. s?; ?GokMone, M?; Birne
Ite; Brother Mi-Lea? Mt: rveiomeriul. s?;
Coler Cp. ICS Borateli?, lit
FOI'RTH RArK-Pirrae, SI.???: ttteetm
Hariioap: S-TWr-old?; fix furl????: C.rxmdt
'imp.). 1*5: Bufoni, lit; Bonifie. LU; 4t. J
Murdo?*;. IIS: Troitu? 11?; Pria?? <** (Jdbo, ut.
Leo Chir??, 132.
FIFTH RA'F. ?Ta?ning. *o? nwr^lda
mile and a aixteen-h: And?.?, K.. SS ?Suauv
?im>. If; Mardi Wind. MO; KO? Ktlaalln 1?
IVragm R??*. WC; r>aeo?. ?S; Maraulrr K
Jack Hill, 1*5; Sauer. H?; ?Alar-lir.- ?C
AHinT?i. J5; 'Bent-factnr. M.
SIXTH RAr-aV-(laimiag, MK; 1-re.r-ol I? and
up: mile and ? aixtonith: 'l'ieaoua. 1?': M.*n
lirahun. 1?2: 'Duna, 1*2: Aat Ber. Ii-J: Mme
Hnrmann. 105; Day Dr????. MS; Bean spiller.
US: Knerulkaaip, HT; Stielt Fint, HT: KtaMU
Sncar? (Imp.). B?; Iangrhorr? K?; ??teg???..
itT. Alan ?lian???: AleriraVr. m- <~lean t p.
?S: Bin? Magnet, MT; ?Pair (imp. , IOS; Ruck
mil. 10t; Filtri, 11?airi, MS.
SEV BNTH ILACB-rAalniin?. ??; Vrtair-olfa?
and cp; wile ?ad a abrteeo?i: *Al?u?-. MB;
?Exhortar fiatp.1. Mt; *Twn?ino (imp. . ICI: En
durance, MB; 3eeaa Lana??, MS; 'V*s?nond, Nt:
?^hyBier. MS: Charla Frane??. ?*>*; H<,?d?
Howdy, MT; BTaet Broom. MIT: **?-?????G. MT;
Oonton RnwU. JJ*. Ah? eligi?le: M* ?. If?;
VnOaaaas, NT; little. MT: Bogan. KT ; ?????
Front, Mf; Eddi. T.. m.
'Axtprentic? allon-mce claimed.
AQUEDUa ENTRIES.
F?E8T RACE? Tliree-vear?Ma and up; ?s?an
int: atz fortong?. Bl.M.at. 1?: Helen Atkis,
?T; "KI Miniti. IN: Whippnnnrfll. KB: Biter
?*??, I?; Roxboro 11 flwp.l. N2; Be? Unit, IM;
Th? Deeiaion. US; Lsn?. MS: Paw Jo?, Mt;
Vonabulary. ST; Fou d'Artlfle? tlnxsvl. tt;
Onko. 1*2; Water War, l'?; Pig?nnl. Ml; afa
Spes. IV: Alaord. lit.
?BOUND RACE-8t<?rpleeh???: t-tev-oUa
aad up; about 2 mile?. I-andnn. 147: Out??
tail (Imp!. 143: Square Dealer. IS; Klhrla
ning. Uf; Altardl. US; Nutmeg. M; T g
tnrg? (Imp). 152,
THIRD RA' ? Tr.r?eve?r?/da; mi.io*. I
mte. Bagel Lodge (Imp.). IM; riaeUe, tt;
?Frederick the Greet (Imp.), Ul; Bluoart. Ml;
llinl? (Imp. . Mt; Cm* Bat, IM; PruK.ro?,
m.
FOURTH RACE?Th? 0?k Hill: i-Ttet-oUe
and up: handle.p: 1 1-M mile. Hendrie. It?;
Wbaurt. 117; Ilet??ni:l. Ul : Elmaodorf. tt; Ga?.
eoek, ?.'; Trompei? Mort ilmp ?, Ul; Baaby,
MS.
FIFTH IWClV*rtr??i,y??r-o*?l? aad op: ?a?a
tjttiom: 1 mile. ???une. 117: CtMaand (lmpo.
Mt: f?p?rk. St: L'Infirmier (bar?), tt: Ortat?.
(Imp.). 1?; BtpiM? Bet, NT; rtleet Whad
IIBP.1. Mt: Huntrw?. Ml: Crimp 8*11 (UBp.).
1?; 01??? Toi (Imp), tt: Gei (Imp.). ]tj:
Villi. (Imp.?. Ml: *Prin<?p?. Ml.
SIXTH RA("E? Thiw-ohl. ?nd up; d'hamt:
t furlong? F??our, IOS: Wand? Pftaw. Ml;
Mcliora MT: Zona??, IM; Appro.il. Mi; ?Ju
li?? lit; Capt. Marohmont. US: 'Valia?*a. MS:
rerete 3., ST; Mattjaaaw. Ut: Oat????, at;
Mia? Starting. ST; Beo?rol?it (lBp.1. Ut; ?ta
tet K?rma lit; NatM fMck. IM; Pnof But??
?y. Ml: Mutiac Mt: MOI Kar?. ML
SEVENTH RACaT. ???t??t; ttamr-olo?; I
furiong? Taraa?o* (Imp). US; Bright Ligtrti,
115; Lara. IIS; Star ?toba. 115; DUTa-ent Bym,
IB: Bart?? Loow, HI: Tepeerot, Ul; Ctjematt
amp.). Ut; Majar Doaan. ??; Cw.au?! Mt;
B*mn Mm. Of; SiaahHilt, nt; J-ajral. IB;
D'Ha. Ua*.
TO RACE AGAIN
m DOMINION
Canadian Cabinet Consid
ering Resumption of
Pastime.
According to tb?
talar. Hamilton. Oat. th??? Is re
newed hope In the nonunion tarnt
lai? orili not be a rar ill y?ar aft?
alL. It la now ?aid that th? racing
que?tlon I? being **\**At\**m% Af a
cabinet minister, and that action wtl'
be taken within a ?rank or two on a
proposition to M tb? larger tracks
hold their fall meeting? A
mission appointed by the
Is to have Jurisdiction over the
throughout Canada. a?-*?-***?rding to th?
Spectator? Information, and tin
personnel of that comml?t??? haa al
ready been under discussion It we
rottetet ot men who haare as ?V??ef
interest in any Jockey ?Mb. but ?am)
have the Interest of the sport al
heart The ? pacts ? or ?ay?
"As has been pointed oat ?net?**?
time? of late, Canada la the only
country In the great war la whlck
betting at race track? has been
abolished. In England and Praaee,
and even German), racing ha? basa
curtailed, but m?e-ting? are held and
the public allowed to bet. Kantoeky
ha? not definitely dec-Med te cancel
the fall meetelng?. the commissioe
deciding not to allot any fan data?
until the ?It ua tlon haa be??? dle
euaaed by the War Department el
Washington ? Itu-ge revmto? could
be derived by the government fron
a meeting at eecb ef th? larger
track?, ?nd a? the follower? of th?
?port ?r>* going to bet anyway, why
"not allow them a chance to do it
legally???
'
LATONIA RESULTS.
nm>T RAC-E^n?. **4 oo? I
in?: mrudeei c tt? ?se Ulli??*? ?????r^kla t
Binennu, m iOr.tr-.>. *??. Ut. im. ?tal
l.-l B.. NI (Sud?). IM. au. un il B?l??a,
V? ?Ltursfortli. ta third. TI??? I*???
Khaki. Ort. Hin-???. MeV??_. otea**?
I?o?****?, Sir Am*. tmAWA?w. ???????? Na?
e?. laraill a_o ran.
SKOIXD ??G?-??? fil iim elokmmr,
-? ?ear Ha ?ad ap; pun?. ***> Baa Till??. M
iLunrfordi. ?? 1.31 a_l 3 11. wer W. ?.
Hastia?. HI iliruber ?I? eet t?. tmmi
Eitle. 1? iGanxr . ZJ>. thirt. tiaae. lji?j
Rain. a-M Aljaaan. Mettra ???1 Dnn Boe*
alao ran
THIRD RArE-1-?? ami em-mlS
?)ear*i-J? emme. a? By Heck. :t?
31.10. 11.? ?rxl km. mon; torn Am. M (Co**
srrrUr). ?.*. ?.?. ?????1: Oo! Itote. 1st
IMomsi. 3H. U-lrd Til?*. IM ok War Ca,
?am? Mean. Dtacbe?? ?a* S?.o*r. Heart Aotmet*.
fere P*u? ted. liner. IV__. Hi?r_4
Marr. ?urd ? ?as RfaerirU ala? na
??G??? RA'T. ?kj fai???. M-irrt kor
leim luir?. 3 ???r-old? ?rad up, pot**, ST??
Kitklov m iNeaxle'. ?M 1? orni I? ??
Ispt-et. Ul (Pool,. tM eoa IM. ?niai, .-,??
ledi. ? ilUjaatJcl. km, third Ttarse It!?-.
laat lavtn. Bi??*trJt Ttrtoar. Bobwt t*. rteom,
M. Bwt *n?mrra?n. Harrr Be?.????! ?Bd Kir??
Joker alao ran
FiFTH AACA-ro*Tjmr4*tt tat em; a_>
and tli?eauztfatrrtti?: ?*l?? Atar. *? (Vom?
tardi. Uk 1.3? ?od ?11. ?roo: Bak? lar??li. M
?J Majestic?. 3 30 ?ad ta. etemt: WUI De.
MI fSudci. 1? Unni Ti???. 1SU D??M
?Varar ?nd Kam llrUaakm *Ae ?a?.
sixth BJK-tE-Mii? ?ad a animi Am
reime, m ,??? - . ??? ?? ?al la. ?_;
Ni?bt Ovl. I? tSunjwai). Uli ?art T.? me
?nd: Hoccdr. M (l?ai?_*atd?. 151. _drl Time.
:is3S aotid Rock, lina
<-'-- Lane. F-abt-r. Mede 11.
1-aiT labend, tara?*??
!?'* [lar sjso ara?.
r*l.\ EXTH AkCA-Om
teao'l. CM Marrkaial 1? iB-xrt
3.00. :?: Dr. (?rae?,. Ill (M.
I?. aee?.nd ITU? ,? ?E PUoll, T.?, t>,sd.
Tatar?*. 1?. K?W k?mm Mar?e Tvm?a Par- ?
roti, ?;uMe Po?.. lm*ar?rrd???. ??!?? G? Ini?. ,
Dadi, Basart ?Irre raa
AQUEDUCT RESULTS
????
furi.??, : Oath. MI (Jotastan). ? te I. ? m i.
lt?t >?.; \?n Knortir. la (Brra?). G. te I.
>tsM:ial ?reotad: tjhmoo. HI (~nlil??l.i).
I to 1. I te 1. ? to N. tao?. Tom 19 M.
McLaoa. Wra? J??, Loom???, Al??et??. Ben
tarflj-. Loca? 1?dr alao rara.
SBOlND RA'T. Thra?.jir. ula?; ai *****??
Jack H?r?. ?. 13? Oete). 1 te t cart, ?na:
Dr. John??. 111 Ikmteme). I tas 1. I to I 1
to 1. tsr~?d: Jinon Aa Borat, 1U 'kr? or? ?
to 1. 1 to 1. I ID I, teat- Tom. 1:11?*.
Eaersa. X?iat?*r??. Dnartao, Ooid?-? ?Canaj and
Chie? l.allj ?_? ran.
THIRD kAOS-Thnv-rarar-sM: ***** Lett
Ortr-ird?. Ul CLebel. I u t I ? I ?I. ?ta:
?T?mpe-a. IM *%****tt*t\ ? to 1 ? u> I .,?.
anal; Lady Doretk?, til <Wal*?l, ? to I I
to ? mt, thiKt Tba?. ? .? M ialaastn ?aa
ran
??G??? RACE--The Rock???? esilili? aule.
far *?-*?eav-otd? ?ed up: si? fcaiae?: 0*inp?dra.
IH rW?U?). I te 5 _ ??? 10 1 lo 1 eoe: inumar.
Ili (Bot?aoel. I l. 1. > ts ? ?-??. ??-nod:
livore Holt. IO) <I?odr*? iiael, U to 1. I u? : I
te L tkird Tima. IHM. Kli?j ?.-!
Arnold. Water lata. M?dmara. CtaM-au Ti-epl* .
Mankin aaro r?n.
FlfTH R? i ? r?-???j old? tasi ?p: haad
leap: sellins: mile and a.taaeth: Uto? ??.??*
er. IT iB?!< ? f '.. 3 to 1. I w I. worn An
u. IM Menrleri. t Is t < ts I 1 la :
?venad: M<e ?t.i... SE fLysel. M lo L I to 1. I
ts I. tliir? Time. 1 :? M. Balle?. Aten "haa?
non. (?tv : . ?A ?samas alao rara,
SIXTH KM E-l?aidan (Urea: lj?a ?H_: ???
furl-o-: S??ret Briar. IB ["iilBaal ? to ' I
to J. ? to S. ?see; Mrasat, 1? (Iwlai.i | _
1. s te t I to I. ?ec-tad; Taii?a??i . ->|
lF?iri*t*otherl. I t. 1. I t. t I to l tini'
Tnif. 1*00 II ?-rot. Besa?. __?*??. Ulli??
s ,??.. ?J?ie. n M-natik, ?Van?, Konj ?lu ?
G. : I' - il l'aleoii Wing. Dea_??? Lore.
.-lia? Hemraana, lsoeea L4?bt ale?
FAMOUS TURFMAN IS
BOOSTER OF BASEBALL
New Tork. July t.?"Baseball and
racine, also other branch?? of sport,
should be kept up durine the war."
aays John E. Madden, th? noted
turfman and breeder. "The public
must have entertainment la these
troubleaome time?. Sporta are just
as essential aa theatrical perform
ances, in my opinion, and they
should be encouraged by Uaele ?? p
? hav? two boy? in the army, and I
am thinking of them constantly bot
I find that racing puta aa ead ta
my worries for a part of the tin,?
each day. Baaeball and racing in
terest many thousand? erf go ?"
American?, matar of whom hav?
loved one? at the front It would
be a great mistake to deprive them
of healthful outdoor recreation "
Draft Men,
ATTENTION!
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