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Ollle Pecord tell* of an ar rangement by which he wm not to five a decision In the Wlllard Deropsey flffht. Dempsey ar ranged It. O. K-. or K. O.. just as ou like. RIGHT EARFUL There are various ?tyles of colfini, but the Old York Country Club, just outside of PhiladelpMa, prefers its Ed. Style*. Men's Soisette Shirts, Collar to Match, Fancy Stripes, Worth $3.50 Special, $2'85 SEMUTE STREET EffTRAJICE TO MENS DEPT. POLO PLAYERS HAVE TRY-OUTS Candidates for International Teams to Compete at Hempstead July 26. I Hempstead. L. I., July 14.?There is irreat enthusiasm among the prumi nept polo men of the East over th? fact that another international poio match with England is now an as sured fact. Plans were perfected at Meadow brook today for a special .match on July 2t>, on the International j Field, and will be in the nature of a j try-out to determine what players and substitutes will be sent to England | Bext year to try conclusions at Hur- I Itngham to regain the International cup that was taken back to England j by the team sponsored by Ix>rd Wim- j borne In 1914. ? The players will consist of Maj. \ L>evereux Mil burn, who on three oc- ] casions was back for the American i team in international competitions. . and is now a ten-goal man; Harry Payne Whitney, another ten-goal ' man, who was three times captain of! t he American team; Malcolm Steven son. a nine-goal man; Lieut. "Tom-1 mie" Hitchcock, jr., the youngest American ace. who is handicapped at' ?; F. S. von Stade. the well-known j amateur rider. 5 goals; J. Watson ; Webb, the only left-hand player of' prominence^ whose handicap is 8; i 1x>uis E. Stoddard, who played in the' last international match and is j handicapped at 8; Ma}. C. C. Rum J-ey. substitute player in 1914, 7 goals, j and E. W. Hopping of the Phila- j del phi a Country Club. 6 goals. ^Parkinr spaces will be provided for the match at Meadowbrook on July ] at a nominal cost and the proceeds J will be given to Nassau Hospital at ? Mineola which is making a drive to obtain $300,000 in Nassau County. All th* remainder ot" the field will ?.e open to the public, who are invited J to attend and see what will, in all j likelihood, be a hotly contested game, i All during the remainder of the sea son the various candidates for the ? International team will be in compe- j tit Ion throughout the East. Play will' end In September with th? national ' tournament In Philadelphia. Big Entry for Yacht Regatta. Put-ln-Bay. Ohio. July 14.?What Is ?ald to be the largest gathering of yachtsmen ever assembled In one plai-*- is here for tht Interlake] Y a . h t i n r Association's regatta. | ?which begins tomorrow wlt>i the squadron sail and review of vachts. * WONDER Stores CLOTHES Stores j Genuine Palm Beach I 3 C/5 SUITS $10.00 Back Again to Pre-War Prices L SPECIAL SALE of Palm Beach SUITS, $8.50 NATIONAL CLOTHING CO. treet X. W. $7.00 and $8.00 TROUSERS MADE TO MEASrM $6.50 HORN, (11 7lb Street!. W. Reaeabcr fk? Address Waist Line Models MACH $12.50 |" All Colors. Shades and Sties Fried lander Bros. 428 Ninth Street N. W. i r Griffs Are Swamped in Final with Fohl's Tribe Cleveland Team Pounds Of- ? ferings of Harry Harper Thereby Winning by a 7-to-l G>unt. i Cleveland, Ohio. July 14.?The I"-. I dians evened up the series with the j Nationals today, wlnnlnir handily, 7 to 1. With the count, two games all in the present interclub clash, there is every promise of a battle royal tomorrow with Walter John I son and Jim Bagby facing each ! other on the firing line. They have , ; hooked up on several occasions in the past with honors about even. 1 BaKby asked for the chance to so against the Washington Vpeed phe nom and had Walter been Clark | Griffith's selection today Baeb> would have foregone the additional | day s rest he had coming to him ( ! and gone to the mat with the Na ! tional's ace. so to speak. t, . . The Indians Anally found their I batting eyes and what they <fldn t do to Harry Hal-per's southpaw offerings isn't worth mentioning They seemed to like the idea ofi waiting until the bases were crowd ed and then coming through with timely bingle. Tris Speaker se lected the second stanza to clean up" with a triple to left. Waml.y found the bases choked In the lourth and produced a healthy sin gle center scoring two runners. Chapman also found the sack, all populated in the fifth. He hit Into a double play, one run resulting. and as Speaker follow^ with a double another counter was push?d , cross. Craft relieved Harper after, the sixth. Johnson batting for | Harrv in the Nat's seventh. HI Jasper did the Hinging for the Tribe and was under wraps P?c~ tically all the way due to the flrn | lead which his buddies staked him to. He helped the Nationals to a run in the seventh when he threw wild to first on Johnson's bounder. The Griffs got a man on arter two were down in the first. Me noskey hitting the screen in right center for a double, but he was left. Three Indians shared the same fate in the locals' half. Chapman. Speak er and Gardner drawing passes in between outs furnished by Graney. Wood and Wamby. The Nationals went down In order in the second while the Indians came through wit" four hits, the last being a triple with the bases full. After Johnston had been tossed out by Janvrln. who turned a complete somersault after grabbing his bounder on a snort hop. O'Neill lined a single to left.. Jasper fanned, but Graney shot a single to centtr and Chapman beat out a bounder to Foster, the ball taking a false hop at the last mo ment. With the bases loaded Speak er lined a triple into the left fieJC I corner. Wood endtd the round w.tti a roller to Janvrln. Janvrin walked to open the third and after Harper filed out he stole ! as Judge fanned, but was left. ?ard ' ner singled in the Indians half and, t after Wamby filed out he swiped I second but Johnston fanned. O'Neill walked and Jasper hit the air. Me nosky pried the fourth loose with a drive against the wall In right. Wood backed up against the wall intent on tiring for the catch, discovered his mistake but before he could retrace t his steps the ball had collided with the wall and started the return Jour ney toward the infield, but Speaker was on the job. grabbed the ball and whizzed it to Chapman for the out on Menosky at second. Murphy scratch- 1 ed a sinsle to Johnston in the same round. Doc running in front of Wamoy and knocking the ball towards second, but when Gharrity ht to Chapman; and Chappie', throw to Wamby was loo late to force Murphy at second Wamby shot the ball to Johnston to? , the decision on the batter. The Indian, kicked in with a couple of runs in their section. Graney | started proceedings with a single to. right and moved up on Chapman's! ?acriflce. Speaker walked and afte" ( I Wood fouled out Gardner beat out a | bounder to Judge. Harper falling to, cover first. Wamby drove a hot sin gle to center scoring Graney and j Speaker, Gardner taking third, while. Wamby moved to second on the throw | to third, but Harper's fast assist on Johnston's high bounder ended the chapter. The Nationals went down in order in the fifth, while the Indians chalk ed up two more. O'Neill sent a burn ing liner towards left which Foster tried for with his gloved hand Kddie lust ticked the drive with his finger tips. th? ball rolling to left for a dou ble. The drive scorched Foster's hand j to such an extent that he gave way to l^eor.ard at bat and in the field in the next round. Jasper walked on four straights, and the bases were filled when Graney bunted to Harper along the third base line, Harry getting fussed up and after turning towards third he finally threw to first too late to get Graney Shanks grabbed Chap man's bounder, touched second and threw to Judge for a double play. O'Neill scoring. Speaker converted his bounder over second into a double by great sprinting, Jasper scoring, but Wood fouled out Judge s single and a pass to Menos key in the sixth didn't help any as l*onard. batting for Foster, flied to Speaker following the single and Chapman and Johnston worked a lightning double play on Rice's bounder after the gift. Wamby singled past Shanks after Gardner, fanned, but was doubled off first on Johnston's fly i to Rice. v Murphy doubled to start the lucky seventh and Gharrity walked. I Shanks hit solidly to Jasper who] threw to Gardner for a force out on. Murphy. Janvrin popped to Chap-! man and Johnson batting for Har-! per was safe on Jasper's wild throw to first. Gharrity scoring and I Shanks taking third. Judge, how-1 tver. popped to Chapman. With | Craft pitching O'Neill and Graney manufactured their third and fourth I hits! both singles, respectively, but Jasper fanned. Chappie flied to Mur-| phy and Speaker bounced to Shanks, j Menoskey hit the wall In right i for an apparent double in the eighth i with one gone but Chill ruled It i foul, and Mike then struck out. Rice j pounded a single to center but Mur phy fouled out. The Indians were easy in their half. One gone In the ninth when Shank, hit the wall for a .ingle. Janvrin forced Howard at second. Plctnlch batted for Craft and forced Janvrin. * INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE. Newark. ?; Toronto. 3. Jersey City. ?; Buffalo. 10. Baltimore. 7; Rocheater. S. Reading, 2; Bingham ton. 4. Harper Proves Easy Waahinjonn. Ab. R. H. O. A. E. Judge, lb 4 0 1 13 0 0 Kfcuter. 3b... S 0 0 0 0 0 3b - S 0 0 0 0 0 MouMky, If 3 0 3 2 0 0 Rk*. if 4 0 1110 Murphy, cf 4 0 2 1 0 0 frhaniiy. c. 3 1 0 5 1 0| Shanks, m 4 0 1 1 5 0 i Jaorrin, 2b 3 0 0 1 2 0 j Harper, p. 2 0 0 0 2 0 J Craft, p 0 0 0 0 0 0 j ?Jolmaon 1 0 0 ? 0 0, tPi inich 1 0 0 0 0 0 ' ToUl* 33 I 7 U 11 0 ; Cleveland. Ab.lL H O. A. R ' Oraney. If 5 2 4 2 0 0 ("baionan, ?*... 3 1 1 6 4 0l Speaker. cf 3 12 4 10! Wood, rf ft 0 0 0 b 0 ; Gardner. 3b 4 0 2 3 2 0 Wainhaganrata, 2b? 5 0 2 2 1 0i Jtihnston. lb 4 0 0 7 0 0 O'Neill, e 3 2 3 3 2 0 Jaaper, p 3 1 0 0 2 1 I TtaUl. 35 r 14 a 12 1 I ?Batted for Harper in the seventh. tBatted for Craft in the ninth. [ Sonre by inning*: Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-1 > Cleveland 0 3 0 2 2 0 0 0 x?7 ! Two baa* hit?? Menoakoy. Murphy. O'Neill,! Speaker. Three-haw hit?Speaker. Stolen ha.sea ; -Janrrin, Gardner. Sacrifice hit-(?hapman. | Douhle plajn-Shanks to Judge; Chapman to I Johreton; Riae to Judgr Left on bt?*-Wai?h- i ingtoo. 8; Cleveland. 11. Base on ballv?Off j Htrper, 6; off Jasper. 3. Pitching record? i Hita off Hirper. 12 In 6 innings; off Craft, j 2 in 2 innings. Struck out?By Harper. 4; by j Jasper, 3. Losing pitcher?Harper. Umpires? Chill and Dineen. Chance of Challenge Or, E Pluribus Unum By RAZZ DKRRY. No chance! Thus spake the cham peen. but the would-bc-champeens, j or meal ticket collectors, heed not ! the cruel words. Sweet clinking of 1 iron men. Music to the ears of the I bulky projectors of defies. They're after Dempsey?not because they're out to avenge the slaughter of j Jester Wlllard, but because of certain ! emoluments involved. Dempsey's fu>t I name is Jack?and lots of it. Comes now Tom McMahon, who un qualifiedly states he also whipped the gigantic Kansas Cowboy, oil promoter . and movie star. Evidently Tommy didn't see the picture* of the fight, nor the accounts of the punishment Jester absorbed. Or else he'p desper ate and doesn't care. Anyhow, heT wants a fight. Managing Thomas Is the highly re spected uncle of boxing impresarios, ' Jimmy Dime. Jimmy ought to change ! his name to Quarter?everything else has advanced accordingly. Then there is fat little" Willie Mee han. Frank Moran. Hilly de Miske. j Gtoorges the Caipentier, our English cousin Joe Beckett, et cetera, et cet era. We'd suggest taking three or four of them on in one afternoon That 1 probably would attract a crowd big! enough to make ft pay. t Th??r* trying awfully hard to | keep Dempsey out of the circus. SPENCER REINSTATED i BY CYCLING BOARD New York. July 14. _ Walter former bike champion, is todav back in good standing. This was announced by R. T Kelsey. of the Racing Board of the National Cycling Association. Spencer was indefinitely suspended and fined $500 for throwing Prank Kramer during the running of the quarter-mile championship race at the *lodrome. In Newark, on June 4 The Incident caused a riot and Spencer was arrested for disorderly conduct. ENGLISH GOLFER COMING Miss Cecil Leitch Title Holder Plan ning to Visit America. Rumor has It that Miss Cecil Leitch (holder of the Knglish Rolf title) is to ! come to this country within a short time. Miss Leitch. who is to be mar ried in the fail, recently won the title for the second time on the St Anne's links, defeating Mrs. Temple I>ohe|| j (better known as Miss Gladys Ra venscroft) In the final rourd The match was at thirty-six holes, and ! Mrs. Dobell had the uncomfortable experience of never winning a hole In the first eighteen, and as a result ! finished 8 down. Starting the second I round with this advantage. Miss I Leltch was practically assured of vie. tory. and she played well enough to ! become dormie after twenty-seven holes had been concluded, and then won the first hole on the inward 1 Journey, taking the title by 10 and ?. ] Miss Twitch's previous win was Just before the war in 1911 FRANKIF MASON WILL j MEET FRANKIE DALY Baltimore. July 14.-The next shoo of the American Athletic Association will he a 15-round decision bout be tween Frankie Mason, of Fort Wayne and Frankie Daley, of Staten Island' and it will take place a week ftom tonight at Oriole Park The club has decided to change tight night from Friday to Monday, for the present, at least. Rain on Friday meant a bout on Saturday, which is seemingly a poor night for fights. Tn addition a number of regulars said they al ways went out of town and suggest ed that the Triple A change itw night to the early part of the week If rain should Interfere the club wlli not he so hard pressed as was the case on Fridays, when there was al ways the possibility of being forced to carry the show Into the next week Plan New Four Club CircuiL Lowell. Mass., July 14. ? A four club circuit was arranged tdday to replace the six club circuit of the New England Baseball League, which closed its season yesterday because of th> withdrawal of Lowell. Lawrence and Lewiston. The Lowell team will be transferred to Lewiston. remaining und>r control of Andrew F. Roach and Richard Conway. Portland. Haverhill and Fitchburg will retain their old teams. Wisconsin* Issue Defi. The Wisconsin Athletic Club yester day defeated the Park Lane A. C In an Interesting game by a count of B to 1. The feature of the battle was the all-around work of Hardy for the winners. The Wisconsin A. C. would like to arrange games with all clubs in this vicinity. Address challenges to R. A. Inscoe, 1?29 Thirty-third street BECKETT BATTLES LIKE JACK DEMPSEY When Joe Beckett stepped out of the ring in London last month he left an opponent on the mat who had taken, and shown, a lot of punishment. The picture of the boul is simi lar to the scene at Toledo when Dempsey put Willard out of the running. Beckett's opponent was Frank Goddard. Beckett administered severe punishment in the bout, which was held at the London Sporting Club. The winner meets Georges Carpentier, French champion, soon. The winner will, no doubt, be matched with Dempsey. If it is Beckett, a slashing bout should ensue. JOE COOKSEY HANDS OUT BOLD CHALLENGE Sporting Editor The Washington' Herald: After riding as partner to! John Tomey. Harley r>avidson. rider, of WMlingtMi, and Billy DmUimb. also of this city, in race meets at ; Richmond on May 30 and Pottstown I 011 July 4. and winning more than my j share of the prizes. I would like to j race either of these two riders or any-! one else in this vicinity for a side i bet of 1200 or more. I now own Hay Creviston's Indian, which he rode a short while ago and made the record of 5 miles in 3:15 2-5 at Portland. Dreg. This motor ia one | of the Indian's latest models, and as Tomey and Denham both own motors ; of the same power, I would welcome j a reply at once. JOE COOKSEY. Care I>eishear Indian Motor Agency. S12 Ninth Street Northwest SIR BARTON LOST SHOE IN BIG RACE New York. July 14. ? It became known at Aqueduct yesterday that one of the reasons why Commander J. K. L. Ross' great colt. Sir Bar ton. stopped so unexpectedly in the Dwyer Stakes was that during the running the son of Star Shoot east a shoe. When he was led hark to the sheds it was discovered that the racing plate from his left fore foot had beon pulled off in the sticky coins:. While Train?r B< <1 well was of the opinion that this had a ur? at deal to do with the poor race the colt ran. he also said that Sir Barton undoubtedly was stale from the effect of his hard cam paign. The trainer declared that the public would ste a different colt the next time Sir Barton g?"*s to the post. i i STARTED AS AN INFIELDER Steve Evans Soon Found Out He Was an Outfielder. When Steve Evans came up to the major leagues with the Cardinals i some years ago he was a first base man. Like most young ball players. Steve thought pretty well of his own ability. He was quite satisfied that he would make good as a first-sacker ' in the big show?and then one day he j saw Fred Tenney. Tenney was a wonder in these days, and Evans was amazed at the way he covered that old hag. He looked at him in silence for perhaps five minutes, and then, walking to the dugout, he threw down I his first baseman's mitt, i "I thought I was a first baseman. ' he said, with a shake of his head, ?but I'm not. That bird out there is. though from now on I'm going to de vote my time to the outfield." Big Game Today. Tom Crooke's Cloffeps and Bnek i Sterzer's Torpedoes clash this after noon at 6 o'clock, at the ground of the Navy Yard league, at Fifteenth and ! H stteets northeast, and the existing tie for the leadership of that league j will be decided. HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS |t r : 6WINE ATTEM BlZ-NESS I IS JES' LAK GwlNE ! er-fishin'- some folks MOVES ROUN' so MUCH bEY Aim' ketch nothih', EN SOME JES' SET5 down en goes t' sleep EN LETS T>E TOP-WATEHS SIT DE BAIT!! j Major League Statistics AHKKH'AX LKAG1C. Yesterday's Rr?ull?. [ Cleveland. 7; Washington. 1 Detroit. 3; New York. 0. Chicago. 9: Boston, 3. St. Louis. 1; Athletics, 0. Where They l*luy Today, Washington at Cleveland. New York at Detroit. Boston at Chicago. Athletics at St. Louis. fetnnding or the Club*. W. L. Pet. Chicago 47 26 .644 New York 41 2* 594 Cleveland 42 32 .068 Detroit 38 33 .535 St. Louis 38 33 .535 Boston 21 3V .443 | W nfthineton 51 43 .419 j Athletics 18 52 .i57 NATIONAL LEAGUE. Yeaterdny** Iteoaltk. Phillies, 8; Cincinnati, 1. New York. 5; Pittsburgh. 4. Brooklyn, 3; St. Louis 1. Chicago. 5; Boston. 3. Where They Play Today. Cincinnati at Philadelphia. Pittsburgh at New York. St. Louis at Brooklyn. / Chicago at Boston. Manning; of the Clubs. W. L. Pet. ; 'New York 46 23 .667 | ; Cincinnati 49 24 .662 Chicago 41 33 .554 Brooklyn 37 35 .514 : i Pittsburgh 38 36 .513 St. Louis 29 44 .397 Boston 24 42 .S8S -Phillies 2* 47 .299 I NAVY YARD LEAGUE. Tool Shop won from Marines 8 to 2 yesterday, due to the effective pitch ing of Ryan, the two runs scored on him being the result Of a wild pitch. ! Two remarkable catches by Chedister! featured the game. Score: Marine*. Ah.H.O AK T Shop Ab.HO.A E Roater.p... 2 0 14 0 liedfeter.lf. 4 14 0 0 MtUktM .10 0 0 0. 11.1b .52810 Schle'ger.aa 4 0 12 #,StttOH^b... 4 2 1 3 0, Walls.lb... 3 1 10 0 0 ltuma.2b.... 3 3 3 1 l1 BaHlMfji. 4 110 0 Braaner,cf.. 4 12 0 0 I'unier.lf... 4 1 0 0 P I-oiip.ns. 2 0 0 2 0 tlavlecik.2b 4 2 12 Oj I ?ement ,rf.. 3 2 0 1 1 1 fernee,3b... 3 0 0 2 V H<a.4er,a... 4 0 9 2 0 talliran.rf. .1 1 l o o i; an,p 3 0 0 2 0 3hort.e 3 0 9 0? TY>tals... .10 6 24 10 3j Totals 32 10 2* 12 2 Score by inning: Marine* 00000021 <??2 TmI Shop 00201001 i-8 I tun#?Belli*. Turner. Chedister, Gill. Seaton '2'. Burns, Lttnp. Dement. Ryan. Twt>-baae hits Hums. Turner, C'hwiister. Three-bars hit?GilL Left on base*-Marine*. 4: Tool Shop, 8. In ning pitched?By Roster. 6; by Bellis. 3. Hita made?Off Roster. 6; off Bellis, 4. Struck out? By Kyan. 8; bj Roster. 4; by Bellis. 4. Ba.se or bulla-Off Rvan, 1: off Roster, 3; off Bellis, Hit by pitcher--B> Kyan 'Walls), by Bellis 'IMnent. Rjan). Wild pitches?Roster. Ryan. Pa-awl 1*11?Short Double play?Bea*le\ to It'lln-*. Stolon ba.v?s?llavleeik, Chedister. Sea ton. Bra OHO*, I>oi)g (21, P<*ment f2). Sacrifice tlx Burns. DEPARTMENTAL LEAGUE. War Risk Ab H O A.K|N. Ho* AHH OAK Roone>,.~>b. 5 3 10 llNcrris.lb. .. 4 0 10 0 0 A. Watt,2b. 5 2 11 1| Smith,If,2b. 3 0 4 1 0 Kraaer.lb.. 4 1 10 0 oj Fulk-r.ef? 4 0 0 0 0 , Bhier.aa.... 5 2 4 l[Buithe,rf... 4 10 0 1 Jarboe.rf.. 5 111 0iWi|lis,2b,lf,c 4 1 1 J 2 . tireene.cf.. 5 2 11 o| Lri*like,3b.. 4 0 1 1 ti W. Watt,If 3 0 2 0 Oj Malloy.w. .. 4 2 1 3 J ! M elinan.lf 2 0 1 0 O Stiirw.r 2 0 7 1 2 , Huid.c 4 4 6 2 6j Ni< h<?ls,p... 3 10 3 0 | Pfeil.p 5 0 0 6 0|.lcne?.lf 0 0 0 t> o Totals... 43 15 27 14 3; Totals... 32 6 24 10 8 War Risk 0 0 5 2 1 1 1 3 *-12 Naval Hospital 00000010 2-3 Run* Rooney 12), A. Watt (2>. 1-Yaser, Bleier, Jarbo?\ tireeno, W. Watt, Merelman, Hurd' (2), Smith, Burthe (2). Karned runs? War Ruk. 6*; Natal Hospital, 2. First bast^. by error*-War Rusk. 4; Naval Hospital. 3. IWt on ba?cs-War Risk. 12; Na?al Hospital, 4. First base on ball* Off Ifeil. 1; Nichols, 3. Innings pitched - By Ifeil, 9; by Nichols, 8. Hits made- Off I*feil, 5: off Nichols, 15. Stnjek out?By pfeil, 7; by Nichols. 4. Home run?Burthe. TVo base hits?Rooney. A. Watt, Kraser. Jarboo. Hurd (2). Sarrifloe hito-Rooney, A. Watt. Stiles. Stolen bases?A. Watt, Bleier (2), Jar- I boe. Smith, Burthe. Malloy. Umpire?Mr. Fan- I ahaw. Time of game?1 hour 45 minutes. Tetter* Take Battle. The testers* team of the Western Klectrlc Company defeated a team from the installers* branch of the company Saturday by 1 to 0. Pose singled over second in the ninth, scor ing Aires with the lone tally of the contest. Score by Innings: Testers 0 0000000 1?1 1 0 Batteries ? McGinnis, Kickey and Adcock; Cullen and Aires. MISS FANNIE DURACK APPLIES to A. A. U. New Torlc. July 14. - Mi? Fannie ^ Hi rack and Miss Mina Wylle. Aus tralia's two most famous mermaids, have landed in California and applied :?,M.^a;'OB wi,h ,h" Amateur Athletic I nlon throuch the Pacific sso, lation. The decision recording their standing is now awaited with interest, owlre to the trouble which marked their previous visit to this country last summer, hut thev seem quite confident themselves flat their u^n ?r * favorably pa.TeS upon. Miss Wylle in fact, has al ready signified willing ess to m?t any American rival, either at br^t f~iP.vLR''T,rnlnK or shorter distances. Mi? Durack however, received notice upon arrt ralia i"!1 ?f her ,n au" n. declared at the time that ent .k n? rac'n,r f?r the pre-. ent thouch she counted on tn ? r conclusions with our leadi-e f?i" natators later on Handed Zeros. St. Ijouis. July n _ scored their third successive o-e-run r,c'?r 0,V'r Athletics t-vlav bv nltohJ^l ,0 .?u '<?' onlv thl ciphers hut brnu-ht In the onlj run of the pame With two nut in the elrhth he walked and doubt !h" clr'"uit ?? Uronkie-s double arainst the laft field fpne, i ne score: ?=??i'::ass? will ?2l,"-- I ?4 3 ? 111 j i ? ' ? ? 4 SMfJmr ? ' 1 ? o T *S " * TW"1' ' 4 * " " _ Unn*. ? ??*???! ?_i ^ W' t*-"- " Mr s?35ss?.?ss <?it-Bv Wnlm.n. 4: bv Vsvlnr ? I ?<. ? . mPTf?-Owfrn *nd Oonnollr. Yanks Handed Zeros. Hetrolt. Mich.. July 14 gu,nn pave Hutch T^onard a (too,) battle to. i>e?j 1.V a* Pitehine was con Tippr*' . "ensational fleldim hv the OinpeteneJl *" **tn h',s" 'hat threatened and enabled the home hurler ,0 win hy . coun, *"TZ JZ?' AHno.;?v t,tV.asho^e - " ? 4 - 7 w?irtt.rf * 1 ? a 1 ST* ;;?m. ?i?j r^hef. 4 I 1 ? 1 ? ? t i Wh lf 4 . ? , 4 0,,, TTHlm?r?.T1? 4 14 1 B?P??? iv . ~ ...isrrs, ? ? ? s ? IVnMieef -ill, .Mnantth.r SI*, #.Wr J ! T^artn.J , , . j J J J, empire city entries. ?"^wtfssfssiw. II.' im'1 cH,n <?-, KB: T.iWr MiM. Z'Z^Ti THIKD RAI-R-Ftar "v.;^d,<>' ^ *' town M?kf?. sconn: on, mil,- RUi, f ^ l;0: TMley, m T<m NVed. Ill: <.?th. 106; -Scoots. M: Km J,?? ~ '"**? "? Ti^rh^r"fx>'""j. "p ,h >r. Blur ^ wjnje. 3; FIFTH RACE?FVjt S-TMrjiLb >ng: about wix fnrk??: ^ ,? 7^\m K?n Knorh^' ,S*; *"!?? Terdic in.; R B Joho^ n5: *?ch nen. (?; Thorn., p MtSI.lv. ? ? r<" Adete, 1?: M.,t? K.m,., i? Awle J.ck S,A. ,W: .,'or^' ?-Mte. 108: V.lone ???, C". AmsctaMiB. IB; Jack Lwv l?e ' ' "?: SIXTH RArB-Fbr _ im-' il _ . flr? f.uCenra Mile. Vin?'r. If T.dbi m: I?He MV. 112; A*,.o TWchers Pet, 112; Uola. ]i?. I^djlikr IB; ljiuthter. 112; \iildred ir'pj Corn Tells of New British Heavy-Weight Cham pion's Victory. B> CIGBXB (ORRV. OFFICIAI, JUCKKREB NATIONAL.) SPORTING CU B OK LONDON. (Written Specially for The Washing ton Herald i Ixtndon. July 14 ?A left, then as quick aa UKhtninK a rih-ht. and Frank ' Goddard, the soldier slant. Kax flat ! on hla back and counted out, beaten : hy Joe Beckett of Southampton in a ' trifle less than five minutes. And! some L.ttJO persons who had come to j Olympla were for a moment flabber- | KHSted. Then they stood up and shouted and cHcered; many men. top hatted. who had come from the Tories of Ascot, rushed from their: seat* and struggled to shake Beckett1 by the hand. A big slice of South-1 ampton roared and seemed to yell. "I told you ao." I The victory of Beckett was ?s de-, served as it was popular. He com pletely conquered the feeling that he must have had that he had been pre viously beaten by Goddard. The memory of a knockout is Inef- I faceable. J am wondering what God dard thinks about it. I can imagine him pulling and tugging at his chest- , nut colored hair and wearing more I wrinkles in his expansive forehead than ever before in a voyage of dla- ' covery of how It came to be that he I found himself measuring his colossal length on the mat: that his long heavy arms would not work, but only hang limply by his side I I w-ill tell Goddard. should he not already know, why he wa? beaten, i For the first time in his short and 'meteoric career he happened across Ian opponent who knew how to hit: | a man who found "till spot" readily I and surely, rurphey. the week be fore Whitsunday, had chance* sim ilar to Beckett. ?t the National Sporting Club, but he hammered at the wrong place and so tired him self out that Goddard won?because < very body said, there was no man alive who could hurt him. Goddard ; himself believed he was Invincible because of his prodigious strength I He has always laughed when he was reminded that he was no boxer that he left hims. If wide open, and was forever courting disaster. His manner said: "I know all about that: but here I am?never been beaten. A boxer I have never pre - tend?d to be It i, ? fleeter that I am. Fighting is my game, ana there you are." If Goddard by hip experienee ha* j.not b#?en brought round to a differ ent point of view, then there ia lit-1 *le hope of his atoning for hi? de feat by Beckett. BETHLEHEM SOCCER ELEVEN ON TOUR >Tew Tork. July 14.?A tour that1 will tak*? the Bethlehem Steel Foot Dan Club through the Scandinavian ? ountries and end with a series of pamoa in Brazil will *tart July tS. , when the soccer players leavt New .York for Stockholm. The Bethle hem team is a four-time champion aggregation and includes many fa mous players. | Many of the athletes are former ' A. E. F. stars. George Tintle of Newark, X. J., and Blakey. Phila delphia. are Just back from over seas. Both these men and John J. Heminsley. Newark. N. J., were members of the first American in ternational soccer team. The first match will he played > with a Swedish team at th?* Olympic stadium. Stockholm, with King Gus > tav V in attendance. EMPIRE CITY RESULTS. FIRST RA^E?Piand Tie half furlwipi: Afternoon. )09 'Ambrose-. 13 to 10. 1 to 4. out: <"armarwi?le. 108 5 to 2. 2 to 5: Head f>rer Heels. 115 ?Luzuford . out- Time. ! U6 4-5 Spade i!?o ran RFXVtyD RACfJ?Ahwit ?ix 'orlnmsi: A_mh Go On. 115 fPator*. 13 to 50. I to 5 ant Joyful. 10- (OrroJI*. S to U t tr 1: Hou?enaid.' 115 il*rie?.f out. Time 1 Zi Dm ii!l??<m. Star Realm alao ran THIRD R AT>One mile and JO Turin Mar ches?. avt 93 .Rirh-rerk., 7 to 10 1 to 4 oat; N K B*al. 105 rK'1*ty. 3 to 1. 6 to 3: ry*nm* 0. 110 'Rice. 2^1 Time. Ml 1-5. WMrrm Tomv. A-rman ard TVnphy ;J*o ran. I'OrRTH RArE-Rw and on?-half fnrtn*j^; Shoal. J(M ikummer*. 16 to 5. eren. 2 tn 5 T.omany. 1? (Faarhrotherl. to &. 1 to 4 Iaikvta Pet. 112 fl^inrfordl. 1 to 1 Time, 1071-6, ! American Boy &lso ran. 1 '""7" ??1 ? WtMBth: Mffralim Hot* Ind, 11: HuniKno) ? to L I m 5. 4 lo 5. loriin. 111 iMrTx??ra J to L Kmni*. 100 ?*>ltai?ii 10 to l Tim." i r2!il RiiranT P?Mr iv,,. Ijtt> cv*t??' 1."?'- Sir w rain r, V Vilhr. (Jleiiwr. M?rr Brtlr. MJ1 n?r-. SiafiT ,l<r. nil SIXTH RAPE-Oitf mjlf: FUJ jr-xA* nj Kun.mrr) R u> I. 1 V. 1 ou IV IKir KT . IMrTwurt , out Time, laoi-t Ptuaocwi M. ?lv> nn Bureau Beats Printers. Tn a ra?*ed fleldinir pun. Burma i won from Printer* In the Government I.emrte yesterday by the score of ? to J. I Klrcher. pitching for Rurean. won (his own came with three hits oat of four tries, and also struck out t?>n batters. The scorc: ! Printer* Ah.H O.A B 'Bnmw AKH O A B Feldman.ef 4 110 0<;mh.3b 4 2 110 Umeric.aa. 3 0 2 4 ? Paris.*.., 3 0 t 3 0 P<*prr.lb.. 4 1 11 0 1 ^r^raT lb. 4 19 0 0 Sueenrf 4 0 0 0 0 \lnran.2b... 4 13 3 0 FVpy,3b? 3 10 4 OIGiebel.c 4 2 12 0 o TVnherc.lf 4 13 2 0 (layton.lf . 3 110 0 Rurri* 2h . 3 13 0 3 Phinip^rf.. 3 0 0 1 0 ?Jnebel.r .5 1 4 0 0 Mayhew.rf.r 41000 Webb.p ... 3 0 0 4 0 Kircher.p... 4 3 12 0 Trials... 31 6 31 14 4' Tr?tab?.... 33 11 17 10 0 Printer* 01000000 0-1 Bureau 00 2 00 1 is x?t Runs Morin. Phillip*. Mayheir (J)f Kireher. 'Pre*. l<?ft on ha.-wn Printern. Bureau 7* Tmvlasr hit VVe% St nick f^t-Bv Webb 3 b\- Kinrher. 10 Bnaes on ball??Off Webb J off Kirr'ier. 1 Stolen b?? Ueph. Moran Kae-' riti?v hit9-<imJi. t'lavtoo. IJmerir. Hachflm fly -Pari*. T)u:%-d hall??Goebrl. Time of nine 1 hour 45 minutes. I'mpire-lfr. C?it. RAILROAD LEAGUE. Smith n. Ab.H O A R| Klwetrir Ab H O A 1C CohilUf.... 4 1 I 0 AHod>on.2b So 4 I i Rill.3b 5 12 3 MdMUa.... 3 0 0 I 1 A11 man.5115 0|SerlTerth.lf. 20101 Beall.p 5 0 0 1 'I Htape id.lb. 4 13 10 Flaherty.e. 4 2 10 2 OfJohu^t'e.Sb. 4 0 3 3 1 Vemst'n.cf 3 1 1 i 0 TVynham.cf 4 0*00 IIill.2b.. .41121 Oli?*t.if 31100 Kearnev.rf. 4 10 0 WSterenft.c... 1 0 13 3 1 Befkcr.lb,. 3 2 10 0 frl^liunpT.p. 2 0 0 0 0 I'HiHoa 1 0 0 0 0 Total*... r7 10 27 14 X, Totalo .. 27 2 27 11 5 ?Batted for Halaingrr in ninth. Score by inning*: Southern 0 1 0000 1 0 2 4 Run* Sill. Vpmstein. Beeker (2). |^t on baar?? Southern. 8 lint ha*e <^1 hailv J>ff Ralsinger. 2; off Heal I, 5 Stnn* on, - By Bal 5infer. 11; by Beall. II. Thrre-bajg hit?Becker. Twt>haw? hita?Vernatein. Oil ret. Sacrifice |,it? Balitincer. Stolen hafc* ? Sill (2t. Allman. Flaherty. Vern*trin (2>, Keamey. Double rJaj -Johnstone to Steven* to Mtzcvrald. Hit by pltcber?By Balaingrr (Cohilll. bj Beall (Hod. ?on. t?oetai. Tawied hall?Flabeft>v Lmrare? Haadibo* Time ai hooa DINE AT TRY ONE OF OUR 65c BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCHES DEMPSEY MAY TIN-CAN PILOT Rumor Claims Dougherty Will Replace Kearns As Manager. The Phillies are lot the only on., who change managers every time .-om? body develops Indigestion or rheumatism of the purse strings Jack Dempsey, conqueror of Jean Wlllard and holder of the world's heavy-weight championship, is ail set to rive the sate to Jack Kearns the manager who took him up affr * John Reisltr, alias John th^ Bar ter. and led him to the- .roan ,.f Flstlana. Rumor ha* it that the homh is planted, the fuse ft and <.nl> i little bit of flamp ne*?d*-d t ? >ta? ;things erupting In heot.c fs-> ! And the man nam- d at t - . (c<j?or of K>-arns is nnn- oth< ? fun 'the well-known fellow . .t ^ JJeems Dougherty, the !>>ir. ,v II } I'a., nabob. I The story as it comes Is to U>< feet that there was trout)!, sum ing benealji the surface out r T . ledo many days prior to th. I. - : doings, and that Detnp."v fitmli belled against th? overi.es rii:^ rrr i dates of Sir Kearns and ?. v to listen to the siren lure wh'ii Dougherty cam.- alone. Pretty roujrh on Keams Hi of service at the reins ha- been comparatively short one. ' lf th* change goes into effect tVmr. r5LW"LP*'rform ln PhUadetph,, ?? l^toor Day In a bout with Willi. Mehan. the Trisoo Tub. ?hich . ">w WIIn* , ? battu- of It out on the <-oast la... j year, and it Is mid that plans are aJ ! , L"?11 ""<?"? way for him I to meet Jack on Labor Day in Phila delphia. provided the switch in man a^''m_rT't goes through as expected ; If Jack Ik the real champion he ap ?USht "> *? ? I rather easy proposition for him: bv |of the prophet. Toe | can t always sometime* tell." PHILLIES HAND OUT JOLT TO REDLEGS Philadelphia. July 14.?The | lies turned upon the Reds her* to i C.*r *rd defeated the visitors ? to 1 , This defeat set Pat Moran s trib. back to second place, in the stand ing of the league. Score by in nings: Cincinnati 0no ioo oe??* " * Philadelphia 0?: 00:, 09x?< 1* i Batteries?Mitchell. Pfsher. Al - and Clarke: Luque and Rarlden Early Lead Conats. Boston. July 14?The Ct Cubs defeated the Boston H here today. 5 to t The homr k scored three tallies in thr out could not oyereoin^ the r'u* early lead. Score by inntnv^ _. ' - 1; Chicaro..1 M l n l ? Boston. .0000*08 0 A 3- -?? Batteries?Vaughn and K ' 1 .' , Demaree. Cheney and dowdy i ? Giant* Trim Pirate*. New Tork July 14 ?Thr ?ian - , defeated the Pirate* here todst to 4.. and returned to the lead ?n the circuit. The Buccaneers cam" near tying the count in the fin* rrarae Score by inninrs: R H F* Pittsburgh-. .00? (Kip 001?( 1? t New Tork 014 000 005?5 7 1 Bat t eric.?Carlson and Schmidt Causey. Wintera. Dubur and Mr Carty Mamanx Showi For*. Brooklyn. N. T. July l* ?T*e Dodgers beat the Cardinals bers to day In a close game. 1 to 1 Ma manx held Vbe Cards safe all tlx way. Soora by Innings: R ? K St IrfitTla. .1 (?????? ??1 4 t Brooklyn .t 0 0 0 t 0 0 0 x?3 10 I Batteries?Good win and Snyder Mamatu and Miller. CmlUaH Goinf Bif. The Corinthian Baseba II rich de feated two teams Sunday, the ft rat gr&me by 5 to 2 from the Wlsoonsi" Avenue and the ntirhtcap from th# Garfield Athletlr Club. by 4 to 1 Manager Seyfarth would like to ar range frames with atronr teams In this vicinity. Address all commant cations to Harry Seyfarth. Eighth street northwest Score b* innings: Wisconsin HOOOOOO! <V?# II 1 Corinthians 011100P0!*-S R1 Batteries?H. Hurdle and Perkins; Rupple and Kaaley. Garfleld 0 0 lfl 1 d Od *-2 * 1 Corinthians 1 0 0 00 J 0 0 4 V 1 Batteries?Senin and Harvey. Riley and Easley. Chicago Beats Boston Chicago. III.. July 14.?Tiie Chiesge White Sox defeated the Boston Rr* Pox here todsy in a betting bee ? to a Jones failed to stop the Gleason trtha and the home folks batted the hurlc I to all corners of the lot. Score by I innings: 1 Boston 1 0000010 I?I ( 1 ; Chicago 1 0 0 I 0 0 2 1 O-S II ? I Jones and Pchang. Williams ?no ; ?chalk. Back to Oil far Willard. | Lawrence. Kan.. July 14. ? Jess 1 Wlllard. deposed ring champloa snd | his wife, slipped quietly into L*w l rence and were rt sting at their , home west of town today. The i Wlllards were forced to leave the 'automobile In which they made the trip from Toledo at Buckner. Me, I when they were caught In a beavf I rain. Wlllard plans to start short!< "on a business trip to the oil flel?? ySf Texas.