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LEFT EARFUL
No one honestly believes the
Athletics have a chance to cop
the American League flag this
season.
t
RIGHT EARFUL
However if Connie Mack
could get Joe Cantillon on his
team he'd have one worthy of
respect?for the aged.
SALE OF MEN'S PURE
SILK CLOCKED
HOSIER Y .
Worth $1.25
95c
Wliite with Black
Black with White
Narjr
Cordovan
Gray
pr.
WfeWvCE
SEPARATE STREET ENTRANCE T&
MENS DEPT.
$5,000 SUIT ENTERED
AGAINST FIGHT HEADS
? Cleveland. July 30.?Suit for 15,000
wma filed here today a^airust Jean
fVillard. Tex Rickard and Frank G.
frail, morle man. in the Federal
Court by the Standard Film Service
T mpany, for lo?a due to the ban on
the movie picture* of the fight. The
ptaintUTs state that they had sub
leased a movie auditorium to the men
for a consideration of 19.000. The re
Beipt* totaled |T>,OUO when the picture#
were ."topped.
BRITTON MATCHED TO
FIGHT MIKE O'DOWD
New York. July 30.?Hardly had the
Bmoke of the Britton-Lewis battle
cleared away when plans were per
fected for another sensational boxing
contest, in which Mike O'Dowd. the
middleweight champion of the world,
fcnd Jack Britton. the welter cham
pion of the world, will be the princi- i
pals.
Articles of agreement for the match
wre signed last night. an4 the men
will meet in the First Regiment ar
mory. Newark, under the auspices of
th* Newark Sportsmen's Club, on the
night of August 22.
Tijerj and Sox Divide.
Boton. Mass.. July 30.?The Red
Sox and the Tigers broke even on
the double-header here today. De
troit winning the first game. 3 to 1.
and Boston taking the second. 3 to 2.
The score:
FIRST GAME.
rietroit. AH HOA0 Boston Ab HOA K
B?Lsh.*R ? * 0 1 7 0 Hooper.rf 5 2 2 0 0
??ing.2b.. . J D H 0*Vitt.3b 4 0 0 3 0
l*hb.ef 3 0 10 0<Rnth.rf 4 1 5 0 (I
\?ach.lf 4 2 11 tllnth.lf. 2 0 4 0 C
Heilraann.lb j 1 1# 0 1 Schang.c 3 1 0 1 fl
Fhortai.rf... 3 0 0 0 ?<? iainer.IK... 3 011 3 fl
II.Jon^s.3b.. 3 111 Oi shannon.2b., 4 1 2 Ml
? r*j?raith.?r.. 3 3 4 0 0|Sc'<tt.s8 4 2 110
iMiis?.". .. 4 0 0 4 0:SJonea.p 2 0 2 4 0
'Lamar . 1 0 0 0 0
JH!? "'Cfcldwell .1 1 0 0 0
I Tot.'j S ? 3 :* 0
?Ratte<J for Gainer in ninth.
* Raited to* J one* in ninth.
IH . r*?it 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0-J
BoatOTi 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1
Kun*- <Y>bb. Veach. Shorten. Scott. Two-ba*e
l>1is?Btfh. Scott. Veach. Ain^nith (2). First
l-ase on errors- B<<st.I>eft on base?*?Detroit,
f; Boston. :0. Stolen base??<"*obb Veach. Sac
Xjflce hits?Heilmann. Ainamith. S. Jones. Sac
rifice fl> -H Jones. Baaa on balls?Off Dauits,
4. off S Jones. 3. Struck out?By Dauss. 3.
Double play.*- Young. Ba?h and H^ilman. Time
1. 08. Umpires?Mes*r?. Hildebrand and Mohanty
. k SECOND GAME.
Boston Ab H O A E B-u?h.? 4 0 14 0
Booper.rf .3 1 2 0 0' Young. 2b? 3 0 2 3 0
Vitt.Sh 4 15." ?Vnhb.cf 4*300
fVXh.cf 4 111 ? Veach.If... 4 2 10 0
R ,fh.lb-r>.. 4 0 3 0 0< ir. 'lmann.lb 4 1 11 1 0
I ,?:n*r.l? 4 12 0 0 Shirten.rf--. 3 2 2 0 0
Walter* c... 2 0 13 V Jone?.3b 2 0 0 0 0
(tamer, lb... 1140 l| Dyer,3b 0 0 0 0 0
Miaarcn.2b. 4 1 4 4 0 Stanage.c? 2 0 5 1 0
seott.a? .0 0 2 4 llKhtnka.p 3 0 0 4 0
I ames.p 110 1 l!Ayra?.p 0 0 0 0 0
*Schang,c... 0 0 ? 0 ^'Hapttad.. 1 0 0 0 0
'I-Vinsmith... 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 27 7 27 16 laKllison 1 0 0 0 0
1 ?etro. t Ab H O A B Totals J! * 34 13 0
?RstT*?l f..r Jar-** m -t-*?*nth
?Hatted for Jones 111 eigh*h
'Battel for Chinks in ninth
iBattrd for -Shorten hi ninth
Jigtror 1 000100002
Boaton 0^001020 *?3
Rur.a -Shannon ?2?. Schang. Young. Veach.
Tvo-baa* hit?-41a:ner. Cobb. T^ree-baae hits?
Vitt. Shorten. Hifs '~*ff James ? in 7 innings,
i ff Ruth. 1 in 2 innings; off Ehmke. ft in 7 in
nings; off Ayifs. 1 'n 1 inning. Rn<t base on
rrrnrs Detroit. 2. I.fft on base*? Bostor, 7: De
iioit. 1!*.. ^rol?-n base-Gainer. Sacrifice hits
t2>. Janiea. sranar??. Sarririce H?*il
m;?m R&M la'L* -* ?ff .laiuea. 7: off thnike.
). H?ru< k out- B\ .f,ini?*!t. I; by Ruth. 3; I ?
Knmlie. i; by Aire*. 2. Double plays-Scott
-hann'Si and Rmh <2>: Walters. Vitt and Ruth
Kbmke. Heilman and <tana?p Hit by pitched
hall -By FJhmke fWiaRess). by Janvw (Veach)
Time- 2 JBL Umpires lienors. Mortality and
Hil?1ebrand. Winning iMtchar? Jam*-?.
Mnrraj Wia? Fight.
Trenton. N. J.. July 30.?Johnny
Murray. r?f New York, outpointed
F'al.*v Johnson, of Trenton, in eli^ht
'ounda at thp Trenton A. C.
$7.00 and $8.00
TRO USERS
Made to jikahurb
$6.50
THE TAILOR,
(11 7th Street!. W.
HORN,
file Address
CLOTHES
2
Back Again to
Pre-War Prices
Jimmy Shaw's Box Work
Breaks Brownies' Jinx
Griffmen Annex Hurling
Duel From St. Louis by
Ninth Inning Reilly?
Score 1 to 0.
Sammy Rice and "Spud" Murphy
combined their willow work behind
the sterling: curve twisting of James
Aloysius Shaw yesterday afternoon
at league Park and managed to bust
"old man jinx" squarely between the
eyes, as the Nationals grabbed off
the second game of the series from
the St. L?ouis Brownies by a l-to-0
score.
James Aloysius was determined
that the Mound City warriors should
not record a victory against his
slants, a* the Pittsburgh stogie*
gave one of the best exhibitions of i
hurling that has been seen at the,
park this season. His team mates ?
were with him in every way, shape
and form. A couple of two-ply kill-,
ings, along with sensational fielding j
of the out^r gardeners, helped Jamesj
Aloysius over some of the burden ofj
this great hurling duel, while'
"Spud" Murphy saved what looked
like a sure home run from the bat j
of the fleet footed George Sisler in!
the fourth by pulling the greatest!
running catch seen in the Griffith i
pasture this season.
Although the Griffith tribe ob- :
tained the verdict by a great rally in
the ninth round, it was the hardest
kind of work to stand off these
Browns and it was still tougher work
to penetrate the mystery shooters
heaved from Dave Davenport's right
arm. The lanky Brown hurler was
as stingy with base blows as the ice
man is in handing out the extra
weight now-a-days.
Shaw got to the midway stop in
the second frame by the way of his
single and a blow by Judge, while
Shanks hit and stole his way to the
same station in the ttftli. Judge
drew a pass and found the second
cushion by the way of a sacrifice in
the sixth, but it was not until the
ninth when a Griffman got to third.
"Baby-doll" Jacobson was a trifle j
peeved at "Spud" Murphy knocking !
his team-mate out a regular extra
base clout, so when Sammy Rice
hammered a line drive in his direc
| tion, after one was down in the ninth,
he came Varing in toward second
with the intention of pulling an a la
Tris Speaker shoe-string catch, but
| Sammy's drive was too hard, with the
result that it kept right on a line
I through Jacobsons legs to center
; field.
After "Raby-doll" had relayed th<?
'ball t<> the infield Rice was safely
jcaror-M at third base.
. ? nport worked hard on Mur
I pli . After "Spud" had taken the
count of three and two and fouled
| off seven balls he managed to drop
, a hit in front of the plate which was
out of the reach of both the big
hurler and Sisler. squeezing Rice
through with the lone tally.
Austin got on in the first frame
and was moved up by the sacrifice,
but Jacobson and Sisler failed,
i Severeld hit to left in the third
I but was doubled up. Leonard to
[Judge, when Austin hit across -sec
I ond on the hit and run with Leon
ard covering the bag. Jacobson hit
past Foster in the seventh and went
to third on Sisler's double to Rice,
but neither runner advanced. as
Williams was an easy out to Me
f nosky. and Rice camped under
Smith's long drive to the fence.
Severeid obtained another hit in
the eighth, but a lightning double
ply. Judge to Shanks to Leonard
jwith Leonard covering first, turned
back the Browns again.
Turner Gets Revenge.
Philadelphia. Pa., July 3ft.?Terry
Turner, the 37-year-old ir.fielder of the
Athletics, was featured in that stir
ring photoplay entitled "An Old Mail's
Revenge," at the Shi be Park movi*
this afternoon. Turner was the prin
cipal reason why the Mackmen ac
quired rights to the box score and its
contents. 2 to 1. over the Indians
The score:
AthMlc* Ab.H.O. A. E.| Cleveland Ab.H O.A.E
ThrvmaA.S). 3 0 2 2 ?? Grant y.lf.. 3 12 0 0
WTitt.lf 3 0 3 0 <?;Chapman.??? 4 12 10
Walker.cf.. 3 1 4 0 0'Spnikcr.cf.. 4 0 4 0 0
Stnrak.rf.. 2 0 2 0 n. Hairis.lb... 4 2 7 11
Rnroalb... 3 1 10 0 0 f;axdner.3b. 4 113 0
r>runm.*?.. 3 0 15 ?) Waat?.Zb . 3 0 3 2 0
Turner.2b. 4 112 fcWond.if.... 3 110 0
Perkins.o. . 3 1 4 0 0; O'Neill.c. . 4 2 0 10
Kinrwv o.. 3 1 0 3 0; Jaajier p.... 4 0 0 3 1
Total* 27 5 27 12 ~tj T*als .. Jp ???J6 11 2
?One r*it when winning mn wag scored.
OHtnd 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
AthMic* 0* 0 0 0 0 1 0 1-2
Run* Thorns. Walker. Wood Earned rnna
Athletic*. 1; Cleveland. 1 I>eft on ha*es
ATl> Wjra. rw-iand. S. Two-haa^ hit?- Hums.
Walker. Sacrifice hits? Strunk, Walker. Sacrltio
fi?*s?Graney, Imuran Doable plays-Gardner.
Wambaganan tn Harris (2). Diyjan to Burns
Pa^es no halls-Off Kinn-r. 2; off Jasper, 6
Tinv of Rime- 1 hour 46 minute?. Umpire*. -
Mwin OiUl and Dineen.
Red? Win Again.
Cincinnati. July SO.?The Red?
kept up their winning streak by de
feating the Brave* In the second
game of the series. 7 to 6. McQull
llan was relieved by Chennev. but
the Morans bunched hits off his
slants in the final frame for one
tally which brought victory. Score
hy Innings:
Boston WO on1 200?K
Cincinnati 02| 200 Oil 7
Batteries?McQuillian. Cheney and
(rowdy: Ruether. Sallee and Wingo.
HAMBONE'S MEDITATIOiIJ
MISS LUCY 'LOV/ SAVIN'
MONEY IS A HABIT,
BUT 'PEAH3 T' WE
i N\o' LAK HITS JES' A
' ACCIt>EHT I>ESE TIMEg!
m*
Jinx Is Handed Jolt.
National* ab. r. h. tb. bb. no. *h. ab. o. a. e.
Jn<l?e. lb 3011100071?
Footer, Sb 3000001 0 1 10
Menoaky, H..30001000400
Rion. if 411 3OOOO50O
Murphy, cf... 4011000040 0
Obarrttj, a 30000000 3 00,
Shanka, an..30220001 1 J 0 i
Leonard. 2b.. .3000000 02 1 0
Shaw. pi 301101090101
Total a 29 1 0 8 2 1 1 127 ? 0 |
St Loni?. ab. r. h. tb. Nx so. ah. *b. o. a. *.
Austin. 3b.... 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0
Gedaon. 2b... 4 0 000 1 1 0320i
Jarohson. lf. tOl 1 0000200'
8ta!?r. 3b 3 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 * 1 0
Williams, d.. 300000 00 50 0
Smith, rf 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 01
OertW. ?... 300000 00 3 1 01
Sereraid. C... 302 2 00001 10
Lamport, jxSOOOO I 0 0 0 2 0 |
Totsla ... 290451210 *3 7 0
?One out wtien wlnninf run aownd
Scot* bj tnningi:
NaUonala nina 00000000 1?1
National!! hita 00201010 2?0
St. L*wib? hita 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0?4
Earned run?Nationals. T^ft on baara? Na- J
tionals, 5; St. Ixxiia, 1 Thrr?~b*m hit?Rica
Two-base hit?Sialer. I>wihl? pi ay*? Leonard to
Judfw; Judffa to Shajik* to IjeonarH t"mpire??
Meaarv Nallin and Evans Tim? of game 136,
YANKS OBTAIN MAYS
IN BIG TRADE DEALj
Boston. Mass.. July 30.?Fraze??
"ha* traded Carl Mays to the New
York Yankees for Russell and Mc
Graw, and a selection of one of six
other players whom he shall name.
A cash consideration from th.'
Yanks is also Included in the deal.
Frazee declined to state the amount
of cash involved or to give the
names of the six players from which
he Is to pick one.
He says he is going: to use the
money he received in the deal to
buy the best pitcher in the Ameri
can League, but does not explain
how the New York club failed to |
go and get this pitcher with the
same money. Instead of taking on
Mays. If Mays should fail to re
port to the Yankees the deal does
not go.
Split Twin Attraction.
New York. July 30.-The Yankees
split a double-header with the White
Sox today. Both contests were hard
foupht and both went to ten innings
The locals took the first * to 5. and
Chicago won the second 5 to 3- The
score:
first game.
<""hiea#o Ab.H O. A. li. | Yankees Ah II O A E
L^ibold.lf.. 3 12 1 OjPeck.tw .313^0
B <"llins.2b 5 i 2 3 0 Pi pp. lb 4 1 11 2 0
Wear. r.w. 5 2 1 3 0| Baker.3b.... 5 1 1 1 0
Jack roc.rf. 1 1 0 0 0, Lewis.lf 5 12 0 0
J Ontlina.cf 3 12 10 ITatU2b . . *2**0
Riaherr.lb. 4 0 12 2 0 lWdie.cf.. . 4 2 5 0 0
M M llin,3b 3 1 2 2 1'FVw??rarf . 3 0 3 0 1
Schalk,c... 4 O a l 0| Hannah.a.. 5 12 10
Williams.p. 0 0 0 2 OlShawkev.p. 2 2 12 0
L'dennilk.p 3 o i j 2
??Murphv 1 ? i; 0 0
| Thtato. .. J> 11 30 10 1
I ?>1' :"k nin was ict red.
William* in the second
UMng
| ?) ft 0 0 1 3 0 1 0 0-s
1300010001 *
B-in? L*ib.,lu. K. C.4IUW 12). Wwn. J.rk
?jn. Pwklnp.,^1, ,21. l^pp. p,,,, Kewwcr
M.mv. rat.- Pin, T rr h.- |,|t Pw*lnp?ut)1
ST n-?"r C.mflc.. uw
PlIJ*. Hhawk-r, Prckini*Uff*i Sam
?<je fUw-MtMuUin. J rwiin, ri..iW? pi?
?? Pmtt t? Pi,,,. W^?r E
* '"m" f? !!i?Vrs J. roll!,,, to Blvr
on hull, -Oir shu.kev, 2: ,*t WUU.mii I nfT
I.TOjrrmiJk, 1 Struck <?it By sh.wkp, i
I>nudenrilk. 5 Left on base* \?w York 10
Heaar*. O?noll> and
Owens. Attendanre. 25,000
SECOND GAME
Yarik^fl, Ab H O A E 'Til.w. Ab n o A E
e. T ,II! "UihoM If 4 12 0 1
< pu 1 0'E Col]ins.2b 5 12 4 0
! ' l* 5 13 5 0fUV*Ter.m . 5 2 .1 0 1
pSf*7s" \ 2 2 ? ?IJacksnTl rf 4 3 0 3 0
nSl ^ . ? 4 5 ? J r"Um?'< 5 2 4 0 0
P J/ ? 1 1 ' .. 4 0 14 1 0
R^t I I 1 ' < 2 0 5 0
g??' c 0 6 0 0 r.,T,?.c .... 4 , , 0 ?
Qulnn.p.... ^ 0 t 3 0fV?T.p 4 1 ? a 0
. * r ? IT 0 Tnul. ? 13 30 16 1
>core by innings:
x" York J11000003 0?3
_? 1 o 0 0 0 2 0 0 o 2-6
J.rtc.r, r ,- 2' K a,l1iD"'
, ,m _J F?t?r TWhM,. h,t,
OoJina. Stolen has^s- Itaker F*w*rr
flee hit* _khvM> Lelho|d Itallh,^
?'crtT? ..hi*" ^ New
Tort 6. <hicar>. 4 Ba.ie ball^Off Q,?nn
^ r,1 Rit b} P*tflher?Bjr Paber
[P^W^h. r,pf?. Struck rait?Bv Quinn V
. wild rrftrt,-4j,,in?. iJ,
-Uynn. Lmrarea? Owenn and O>nnollj
departmental league.
W?r R Ah H O.^eTTb Ab.R O A F!
? - ' T 1 ? 4 0 2 l ?
Jtt.A ..5 11 ft;WbjTf.M 0 0 ?? ? *
Pr.--.Tlb 3 J 10 i ifHMw.r -.31440
1 ! i I ? 3 0 0 0 0
1 ' w . i ? H'""1 lb ? 0 !3 0 1
2 <0.0 OIHtmnk.rt . 41?oo
Snrfer lf. . 3 1 ? o 0, rh,nnell?,2b 10 3?,
Horia 2 1 11 2 0
2 10 4 Of Ilc-Nilw.p 3 0 0 -R .
|Sn^der,2b .. 2 0 118
W" "" ?* 0 1 2 | ? 1 o ? 0-4
D, W.tt. Snider. Left rm
^*v'V,r Rl,k 5: Shiprtnir H-wri, 5 S?ol?n
*r, >>?? n-,rt (2>
. , Prn Twrvh.^. hit Hnrd ntrorfc
^ I M vrrfc"',',lU ^ Srh.^fTcr. 11 R,.?
Hi, K .1"" nr1?'"?. 3: "ff Sohwffor. I
Hit by r,:rh^r - By <M,?^r,r ID< p,
Htird to W.tt. t r?p,r^ K.n^M..
Phillies Beat Cards.
St. I^).i|g. July .TO.?Th<> PhilliM d"
ffated the Cardinals heri? today In a
KC.,os<lja^ 3 '? '? 1116 visitors
bunched hits in the eighth and put
across one tally, which landed the
victory. Score by Innincs:
Philadelphia 0 110 0 4 0 1 O^j'*7^
St !x>uls 1 000O000 0-1 6 1
Batteries?Meadows and Traeres
s< ! : T>oak. Sherdel and Clemons.
Diride Twin Bill.
Pittsburgh. July ^?.?The Pirates
divided the double hill with the
Giants here today, the Oothamitet
capturing th? first. 9 to 0. and losing
the nisrhtcap. 6 to 1. Barnes held
the Bucaneers safe in the first con
test. while Perritt was hit hard in
the second fray. Score by innlnrs
^"Torkw 013 120 030-4.
Pittsburgh 000 000 000?0
Batteries?Barnes and Gonzales
Mayer and Ler.
Second grame:
sr.7vT?Iif 010 ""O 90??l
Pittsburgh 301 000 03x 6
a.matter,S,?'Perritt and Snyder;
Miller and Lee.
Jim Vaafiin Hammered.
Chicago. July 30.?The Dodgers
shut out the Cubs here today, fi to 0.
Big: Jim Vaughn was hammered and |
gave way to Carter as a relief
pitcher. Score by innings:
Brooklyn 030 010 011?6
Chicago 000 000 000?0|
Batteries?Pfeffer and M. Wheat;)
Vaughn. Carter and Killifer. i
Dean of Athletics' Baseball School
And a Trio of Learned Professors
Reading from left to right?
JOHNSON WILL WORK
FOR GRIFFMEN TODAY
Walter Johnson will work for the
Nationals In the third Ka,ne of the
series against the .St. Louis Hrowns
lu^r^r0"- Ko*y arirt h?s been
ion lh , i" hur,-r? in SUf'h a fash
wm V th, 8haw and Johnson
work' IV" "" l""Unt of the
? w n most needed. The
to TePnrt KS, Iian,, bc on "a"11
?, 'V ""'eetioiis before the bat
Galiia or \u'".n ,h" innln"- ?hoker.
rtnt i? r )\,"~'rr">n w'? do the box
duties for the Jinx Tribe.
empire city results.
Bnrh'T' n'" oofrhalf fuHei:g, 1
Bn*h_OoM. 100 (A. Ititf.CTwki, ? ,
it. 8h-?] 114 t-airbrothen. oitl nut Our '
r?; 103 nut iw iVJT'
"sex,T
WuSw TZ'T i j ?o 3: Rim?R.'l
Van Knoahr' pl'lJ ' ' *>? PWd> - "??<*<
?.I
tjert A no !lto?a?i, ? tu 1. ? to I 4 to 1 ?
?; ?i:
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'ssri
out. Time, lffll 1.5 -p,,rf T, ?' ' 1
; ??' I
X;?rr.1: 75 ,|ubE?- f
"*>. I'iedra. Rort.pon.IM.rfj 'j?J? **? 1
SIXTH Rirr lv , ,ia^>*-PT- *J?> ran.
1 rirlr. i- ' n" 1 "nehalf ftirlnm
OUnJa Fnu,oe. 112 (Botirellt. 13 to 5 ^
Ito 2, Kr.^- JOS (Oolite*., 7 to 10 , '
for^H^r,; ?*>,l ^ J* Ki
lore. i? Hall, Luke. p? AU.nui. rui_
empire city entries.
FIRST RACK-For -? VNr,lMl ,
and onjlu'f Mono " M. l?? Add
p. ^^?wir,er.,;r"1',<b;
*A<'&-Fbr 'MMM" and up: clalm
n! r v?d' " 1W: John
TWAv i ?'/ *, " !B: *?*. M:
n?k%.V*??. ?. Nanette
K- 7? <',r"*lr- -Hoi* Kctot. m !? o
King. .08^ Ihck Williams, 114: Oleipnw 'no
l',e 1? Tm'J?<"o1. 106 ^
?lie. V* Ooldrale. m. Searchlight III y>
(cnirtpous. W; -jo., MurphT 1C3
I > ?'R,P ^CE~F"r >nrt np; ?MI
V. Si' L IX*
fn'JS,*.' ?06: *'<***? W: 'iraphic 1
i lift 4fJ?2- !": I K,r? "?? Tailor Maid'
h-Vm IK: V.itinia.
| Hard. .M. Courier.,;,. 109: Sir William .lohnKx,
! WhilTJ" HRA.rr' For "" "f:i
'i r' "*n,,'ca": ">'le: Slippy F3?
. 1W. spur IS: ?ar Machine, IOC: *M.honr.'
?m ,"*?? ?>nw?.|a. inc. K:m.,?lor; I
I r-..e H?i ? A|?prentice allowance of
ri pounds rlaimed for Mahoncy.
i r R A OB-For Vycar-oifls; claiming-J
TV^ t i ('rom^:?. 1?; I>al?inda. 100.'
TWlatool. UO: Jack Leary no. Marmite, 100.
If I*3 Vtr ? M>rt ? 'u!!fnf Klttr> 36 Ambasaador
III. Iff.. I>>tu? Kent. 100; Thna F McMahon
'f?riXIH i,"' K?'''0r 2y"rold maidenj: fl? '
furlong,: Pocatello, IU: St. Kerin ,,4. s.^n
???J. 114: Ituoklaide. 1H: Irish I>T(im 114 r, I
, l-loneux. 114; Sain Romp, 111.
*Appr??ntire claimed five ro'ind;*.
Major league Statistics
A?KBlrA\ I.KACiLK.
Yesterday's
Washington. 1; St. Louis n
New York. ?; Ohieago. 5
I'hiraKo, 5: New Vork 3
Detroit. 3: Boston, j.
Detroit. 2; Boston 3
Athletics, 2; Cleveland. 1.
? herc They Pl?, Tud,,,.
St. Louis at Washington.
Cleveland at Philadelphia
' nicago at New York
Detroit at Boston
Standing of fhe Clubs.
' W. U pct
Deiroft?. ?? ? ?%
Cleveland " H
New York 4* it;
St. l^onis .6 ,n *??J
?ost?" .is S ?;;?
At"?t"'Ton^
natio.nai, i.kagvb.
Yesterday-. Itesults
pf.Tv t' 9: pi"sb..rBh. 0
Pittsburgh. 6; N>w York ,
Cincinnati, 7; Boston 6
Brooklyn. S; Chicago 0
Phillies. 3: St. Louis. 1.
Where They Play Today.
New York at Pittsburgh
Boston at Cincinnati
Brooklyn at Chicago.
Phillies at St. Louis.
Standing of the Cluba.
New York.
W. U Pct. .
Cincinnati '//_ gg J?
Chicago V 465 "S ?5"'
Pittsburgh 42 44
40 42 ,m
st0 Lonuis'.-. II ? i?*
Phi,?" v.:. II To :\l\
'addy Livingston, Connie Mack, H<
EDGAR OF ATLANTA
TOPS GOLF TOURNEY
Hamilton, Ont., July 30 ? Playing
golf of a sensational character. Doug
las Edgar. Atlanta. Ga? professional, .
had a lead of nine strokes at the end
of the third round of the Canadian
Open Golf Championship today He
scored 69 for the IS holes this morn
ing. making a total of 212 for the
three rounds.
Xicol Thompson, of Hamilton, and
Karl Keffpr, Canadian open champion,
were tied for second place, with 221
each. James Barnes, St. I>ouls pro
fessional. had foui*tli plave, with 222.
scoring a 73 this morning. Bobby
Jones was fifth, with 223, and I^eo Dei
gel. Detroit, followed, with 224. having 1
a 73 this morning.
irry Davis and Terry Turner.
OVER TWO THOUSAND
HORSES AT SARATOGA
Saratoga, N. Y.. July 30.?It is esti
mated that there are at least 2,200
thoroughbreds here awaiting th*1
opening of the racing season. Guy
Bed well is particularly pleased with
the trial of King Thrush, the Thrush
Silent Queen 2-year-old from the
J. K. L. Ross string. This youngster
had slightly injured himself In his
stall last Sunday rooming, and at
that time Bed well feared it might
force him out of training for a few
days. Yesterday, however, the colt
hreezed six furlongs in 1:15 2-5. and in
the afternoon was found to he as tit
as any trainer would want him. He
will he a started in the Flash Stakes,
which is the fir.?t of the Saratoga
Stakes for the juveniles on opening
day.
Plan Post-Season Series.
Another move will be mad''
Friday night to? hold a final
championship baseball aerie* un
der the direction of the Amateur
Baseball Association. MaJ. Rob
ert IL Young, of the amateur
body, has called a meeting for
?13 Fourteenth street northwest,
at 8 o'clock p. m. All manager* of
pennant contending: clubs in the
various leagues and officers of
those organizations are invited
to attend this meeting.
CONNIE AFTER
NEW CHAMPION
Philadelphia Club Not a
Kindergarten With Old
Stars as Teachers.
When they're too old to play ball
they oftentimes can be held to teach
the youngsters. Evidently Connie
Mark is starting another baseball
kindergarten. He is collecting about
him agi d stars of the diamond.
Connie is not running an old sol
diers' home. He's not that liberal.
So there is only one answer?Con
nie is going to attempt development
I of a new batch of baseball stars,
i Connie now has Harry Davis, an
? old lieutenant of pennant days;
1 Paddy Livingston, old-time catcher.
' and Terry Turner, recent Cleveland
I eastoff who served many years in
? the infield of the near-champs.
In these day* of athletic gloom
j it is consoling, at least, to be sur
; rounded by the stars of old who
I "remember" the better days when
; Mark and his athletes constantly
j were in the limelight.
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE.
i _
! Buffalo. 4; Binghainton. 1.
j .lersey City, 7: Heading. r?
j Jersey City, 4: Reading 5.
i Toronto. 3; Roc hester.
I Toronto. *?; Rochester. 2.
Baltimore. 10; Newark, S.
Baltimore, 4: Newark, 1.
Eagle*
Lot. 12
JAP FAVORITE
JO WIN TITLE
Students of Tennis Pick
Kumagae to Land Top
Honors in Tourney.
Ichyla Kumagae, the b#-.-p#><tacled
won of Nippon, loom* up a* the most
dangeroup contender on the tennin
court at the present time for the
national singles championship. Th"
Jap ha? nhown h startling reversal
of form this year after being Fquelcli
ed last season a championship
contender by Tilden. Hi* one-Mid"!
victory recently over Garland. th?*
clever Pittsburgher. at Utica. N. V.
in which he won the New York Stat,
title, and with It the permanent po?
session of the Maurice McLoughlin
bowl, has revealed a new Kumaga^
Never ha* "Itchy" displayed *uch
a diversified and sterling exhibition.
Supposedly Ineffective at the net po
sition. the Jap surprised his con
tender by smashing his most d*crp
tive offerings with ease. It was the
low hitting by Tilden lant year that
eliminated Kumaga?* from a 'han^e
at the championship. Tilden fore* 1
the Jap to hit low drives, giving him
very little opportunity to return
with any of his evasive binder*
NAVY YARD LEAGUE
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Br4"n*r. MdVtli>. < Yukf T*-?h??* hilt
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Hit by jMfh^d ball?By Snow 'f'mntc
Will BatHc MaW
Canton, Ohio, July 30.?Jack B i
ton will defend th' welter-w?-;glit
boxing fhampionphin h*re on l^a'io*
[>ay against Jack Malor<?-. r-t St
Paul, officials of th?- ^'Hrit^n '* u'
announced today
Contains more Turkish
than any other
^Turkish blend" cigarette
"V7~0U don't want too much Turkish tobacco in
X vour cigarette. Too much" keeps you worry
ing about how many cigarettes you can smoke.
But yon do want ENOUGH Turkish.
The extra large proportion of Turkish in
Fatimas gives smokers that delicioas Turkish
taste. But blended with it is just the right
selection of Domestic tobaccos, carefully propor
tioned to offset entirely that over-richness so
characteristic of straight unmixed Turkish.
That is whv?even if a man smoke* more
Fatimas than usual?they leave him feeling just
as he should feel?fine and fit for his work.
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CJ CL7~G tt<?
The Real Thing
in Cigarette Packages
Some smokers are just beginning
to realize that the fancy-colored,
expensive pasteboard box is no
Longer the popular cigarette
package.
At nearly all of the big fashion
able clubs and hotels, as well as
among those smokers who go to
French Lick, to Atlantic City and
Palm Beach, and even to Newport
itself, the one package most fre
<jnently seen is this sensible "soft"
yellow package that carries twenty
Fatimas, '
?
2 Or
jor
23 cents

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