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TENNIS s BASEBALL IN THE FIELD OF SPORT BOXING s WRESTLING SWIMMING s s GOLF State Tennis Tourney Pros pects Look B right Program at Helena August 4 Promises to Be Most Spirited in Years and All of Larger Cities Will Send Unusually Strong Entrants. Many encouraging reports, are coming to the secretary for a large entrance at the state tenuis tournament to be held at Helena, August 4. Kenneth Sim mons, present champion, and chairman of the cup committee, has already ob tained some very fine cups for each of the six events. Many new players, who have «»me to the state since the close of the war, will participate. Billings will send a strong team to contend for the # doubles' cup, as will Lewistown which expects tohave two strong teams present. Helena will be well represent ed. as will Roundup and Winnett. Butte will be represented by Dr. Alfred Kars ted, president of the state association, Kenneth Simmons, present champion, Timely Hitting Wins Another for Chicago Sox Against Browns Tigers Swamp Indians; Yankees Drop Second to Boston and Senators Lose. Chicago, July 25. —Chicago hit oppor tunely against the loose pitching of Dav enport and Gallia and made it two straight from St. Louis, today. Score: R. H. E. St. Louis 4 10 0 Chicago <> 7 3 Batteries—Davenport, Gallia. South ern and Severeid; Williams, Kerr and Schalk. TIGERS SWAMP INDIANS. Cleveland, July 25.—Detroit hit Cleveland's pitchers hard and had no trouble in making it two straight, win ning 11 to 5. Manager Speaker injured his left leg in making a sensational diving catch at a drive by Cobb in the eighth and was forced to retire. Score: R. H. E. Detroit 11 16 0 Cleveland 5 11 1 Batteries—Dauss and Ainsmith; Phil ipps, Uhle and O'Neill, Thomas. YANKEES LOSE AGAIN. Boston, July 25.—Boston made it two straight from New York today, winning 8 to 6. Ruth outpitched all three of the visitor's hurlers in the pinches. Score: R. IT. E. New York 0 13 1 Boston 8 10 2 Batteries —Russel, Shore, McGraw and Hannah; Ruth and Schang. SENATORS DROP CLOSE ONE. Washington, July 23.—Philadelphia won an exciting eleven inning game from Washington today, 6 to 4. The locals came from behind and tied it up by opportune hitting in the eighth and ninth, but were defeated in the eleventh when Walker's double, Burns' triple and Perkins' single netted two runs. Score: Ii. H. E. Philadelphia « » 1 Washington 4 12 H Batteries—Perry and McAvoy; Neil .and Pidnich. HARGROVE'S FOR QUALITY CLOTHIERS. TAILORS HATTERS, HABERDASHERS L Straw Hats Straw hats savings ! The regular Har grove quality stands up even though we cut the price in half. Also Leghorns, Bankoks, Balibruntals and Panamas. One-Half Off Hargrove's Summer Clothing One-Fourth Off Caps at almost half The Shop for Father and Son ; ! ; l I ; I I j Jack McLead, former champion, and several others. Great Falls will send a strong team to contest for the dou bles' title. George W. Hey. runner uy at last year's tournament. Hicks, for mer champion of Iowa, and some others will go from the local club. Each member will be presented with a souvenir of the tournament and every effort will be made by the management at Helena to provide suitable entertain ment. The entronce fees were placed at $2.00 at last year's tournament. It was found necessary to fix this price in order to meet the necessary expenses of the tournament. The tennis balls will cost over .$50.00, and there are other ex penses. New York Giants Win Seventh Straight in Defeating Beaneaters Redlegs Shutout Pirates and Chicago Cubs Narrowly Trim Cardinals. New York. July 25.—The New York Giants won their seventh straight game today, defeating Boston ii to 0. Toney held the Braves to four scattered hits. Score— R. H. E. Boston 0 i 4 New York 6 8 1 Batteries—Rudolph and Gowdy; Toney and McCarthy. ELLER'S PITCHING WINS Pittsburgh, July 25.—Effective pitch ing by Eller and sensational fielding by his teammates gave Cincinnati a 4 to 0 victory over Pittsburgh today. Eller retired nine men on strikeouts, and gave the home team only four scattered hits. Score— R. H. E. Cincinnati 4 9 1 Pittsburgh 0 4 0 Batteries—Eller and Wingo; Adams and Schmidt. CUBS TRIM CARDS St. Louis, July 25.—St. Louis got only two hits off Vaughn and lost to Chicago, today, 1 to 0. Flack, first man up for Cubs scored the only run of the game. Score— R. H. E. Chicago 1 3 1 St. Louis O 2 1 Batteries— Vaughn and Killifer; Doak, Tuero and Clemons. PHILLIES TAKE BEATING Phikdelphia. July 2.1.—Griffith's home run, scoring Johnston ahead of him in the first proved sufficient for Brooklyn to defeat Philadelphia today, 5 to 0. l*feffer held the Phillies safe thruout. Brooklyn 5 lu o Philadelphia 0 6 0 Batteries— Pfeffer and Wheat; Hogg, Packard and Adams. Hayakawa in "The Man Be neath," showing at the Alcazar today. Sloap Mebleh Is Victor in Second Leg of Boat Races Commodore Huntington's Entry However, Is Hard Pressed by Toledo Yacht. Cleveland, July 25.—Commodore W. R. Huntington's Sloop Mebleh, which finished last yesterday ■won the second leg of the class R races for trie Sir Thomas Lipton cup off Rocky river to day, the Yank, a Toledo entry, finishing cpcond. The winner's time was 2 hours, 25 minutes and five seconds. The Meb leh lost a good part of her lead when her skipper got out of the course at the two ruile stake. Meanwhile the Ya.ik gained considerably on her and finished 26 seconds behind. Only ten minutes and 15 seconds separated the winner and the Clarice in last place. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 7, Columbus 0. Kansas City 4, Louisville 3. St. Paul 7, Toledo 0. Milwaukee 5, Indianapolis 0. . LEAGUE S7ANDIN8S NATIONAL. Won. New York .51 Cincinnati 51 Chicago ...4F> Pittsburgh 40 Brooklyn 83 Boston 29 St. Louis 29 Philadelphia 25 AMERICAN. Won. Chicago 62 Cleveland ...... .........48 Detroit .47 New York „..46 St. Louis 43 Boston 35 Washington „ 3fi Philadelphia 20 Lost. 23 27 35 39 39 4« 49 49 Loat. 29 36 36 36 39 45 49 60 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Won. x.ost St. Paul ......49 34 Indianapolis 48 34 Columbus .44 37 Louisville 41 35 Kansas City 37 39 Minneapolis 37 45 Milwaukee 32 50 Toledo 25 42 Pet. .689 .654 .563 .506 .500 .387 .372 .357 Pot .681 .571 .566 .556 .524 .437 .424 .250 Pet. .590 .585 .543 .539 .487 .451 -390 .373 PACIFIC COA8T LEAGUE. Won. Lost. Vernon 61 Los Angeles 62 San Francisco 57 Salt Lake 53 Sacramento 47 Oakland 48 Portland 44 Seattle 37 Pet. 583 .5*5 543 S35 .530 .463 .44'i .378 PENNY ANTE W//////////A '/ : Hey Ept>ie, AlUTCfiA G ot 'AJ THE. \ CELLAR I / PES I Des I 10/4 L OH Bov!'. "TWI3 T Ht Best Ü'L Vct I £\JE-p. wo<vy OW A PAIR O' 0EUC£3. W HATS THE x IDE/* O'LETT<m6 m (M (aET A^Ay LUIT H AT OWE *? Cïosh! I'D a-calced H'm MySE-LF I'D THOUGH"*" you ujas/VJY y 60\)MA / <7 AU. VüöTrA IN THIS GAME )S-A\AKE A UTTLff Bet amd I Ev/Efty 0oDV / Cioc.3 To THC J woods. y i ' you DtONJT P ut avjv TH /W6 OVER OM AIE . I DlDM'T HAU £ j ANYTN /WÖ / I HAUE Aivjy TH/\JG TO uj(Tn 'dtp ' A PAIR . O'T PMS m / £ X X m / V e. 'JL A Guy Puts One Over. GOLFER EQUALS WORLD'S RECORD James Barnes Makes 283 Strokes in Open Competition on Cleveland Links. Cleveland, July 25.—Equalling the world's record of 283 strokes for an open golf champoinship, James Barnes of Sunset Hill dub, St. Ijouis, today won thr> western open golf championship from 130 leading golfers of America over the 6.260 yard links of the May field Country club, leading Leo Difg«'l of Detroit by three strokes and Jock Hatehinson of Chicago by four. Barnes also earned the distinction of being the only one to win the title three times. He won in 1914 at Interlachen club, Minneapolis, and in 1917 at West rnorland club, Chicago, where he set the lowest score recorded for 72 holes medal play. He held the title over 1918 on account of the war. Murphy Makes It Double Track Win Driver Takes Two More Purses in Grand Circuit Races at Toeldo. Toledo, July 25.—The final day of the Toledo Grand Circuit meeting today was featured by fast time and hotly con tested events, two of them going into extra heats for a decision. Tommy Murphy, Poughkcepsie driver, won the 2:15 trot with Fenesta in straight heats and the Fort Meigs ÇL'.iK'M) stake in the 2:12 pace with Direct C. Burnet, but frmr heats wpr»> necessary in both the 2:04 pace and the 2:19 trot which were won by McMnhon with Belle Alcantara and Iliste -with Bishop Guy respectively. The first two heats in 2:04 pace went in the time of 2:02 1-4. The race was between Belle Alcantara and Lizize March, the latter finishing first in the opening heat. Murphy's two victories today made it a double win with both horses this week. Most of the horses were shipped tonight to Columbus. Wife of Tom Mooney Comes to Butte in Interest of Husband Special to The Daily Trfbune. Rütte, July 25.—Mrs. Rena Mooney, wife of Tom Mooney, who is serving a life sentence in San Quentin prison in California as a result of bomb throwing in the preparedness parade in San Francisco three years ago, arrived in Butte today. Mrs. Mooney will appear before various labor bodies and will speak at several mass meetings to be held while she is here. One of these open air meetings will be held Sunday. _ She is tourning a number of western cities on her return from Washington where she recently went to intercede with President Wilson in the interests of her husband. Since her own release from prison on bonds, charged with be ing connected with the same murder for which her husband was convicted, Mrs. Mooney has traveled more than fifteen thousand miles making public addresses in the interest of her husband. ON awn 'AWNINÖ TIME NOW Everything In ing line. Tent« to rent. Northwest Tent & Awning Co. 12 Ftfth St. South Wolves and Glasgow Split Doubleheader on Latter's Diamond First Contest Goes to Wolf Point 5 to 4; Second Glasgow's 11 to 4. j Special to The Daily Tribune, j Glasgow, July 25.—In a two-game se ries of baseball Glaggow anil Wolf Point each won a game. In the game played Monday evening Wolf Point made five runs against the home team's four. The game was called in the sixth inning on account of darkness. In the game Tuesday afternoon Glas gow made runs in every inning but two and won easily. Rook, star pitcher of the "Wolves" was hit freely. The score was 11 to 4. The Glasgow team will play Wolf Point again on Sunday on the j Wolves' diamond.^ Following Is the box j ECOre °' Tuesday s game GLASGOW— AB. R. H. E. Tweedy. 2b 4 3 2 2 Fitch, Sb 3 2 10 Peters, c 6 3 3 0 Bippold, p 3 1 2 1 Prewltt. If 3 0 1 0 Reynolds, cf 4 0 0 0 Fltrenruter, ss 4 1 0 1 Belcher, lb 4 1 0 1 Greenberg, rf 4 0 0 0 Totals 34 11 9 5 Totals 37 WOLF POINT— P. Eastman, ss. . Hester, 3b Burns, 2b G. Eastman, c. ... Champlin, rf Dempke, If. ..4... i King, lb T... j Gr.icf, oi. Rook, p AB R H. E. .4111 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 3 Summary: Horn* run—Peters. Thrre basp liltK-G. Eastman, Tweedy and Fitch Two-base hits -Champlin. B. Eastman and Prewltt. Strike outs-Pip pold 15, Rook 10. Base on balls—Off Pip pold 1. Rook 2. Umpires-Hocking and Slattery. Time—2:45. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE. Portland, 11; San Francisco, 0. Oakland, 4; Salt Lake, 5. Seattle, 1: Vernon. 4. 1a>s Angeles, 4; Sacramento. 5. Unrelenting ! Stone's Entire Stock of Summer MERCHANDISE MUST GO! This Sale Is Truly a Great Service to the Public of Great Falls t STONE'S Great Semi Annual Clearance SALE 4 This Opportunity For Saving Can not Be Too Strongly Em phasized ! BARGAINS! BARGAINS Unheard of Price Concessions Are Being Made at Stone's Store JOHNSTON WINS FROM RICHARDS Veteran Californian Defeats Youthful New York Tennis Star at Tourney. Minneapolis, July 25.—A veteran de feated a youngster in the singles finals in the northwestern tennis tournament at Deephaven courts today, when Wil liam Johnston. S.in Francisco, won from Vincent Richards. 16 years old, of Yon kers, X. Y., in straight sets, 7-5, 6-2, 6-4. Johnston will play Phil Brain. Minne apolis, present champion, in the chal lenge round tomorrow for the north western title. SHRINERS GET PARK FOR SUNDAY PICNIC Belt Amusement Center Will Be Turned Over to Members of Local Club. The committee of Great Falls Shriners in charge of the arrangements for the Shriners' picnic which is to be held at Belt, Sunday, have returned to Great Falls from Bolt after completing all ar rangements for the use of the Castner . City park there for their picnic ground. 1 They were granted the use of the grounds and pavilion, and tomorrow will see the local Shriners *nd their wives decked out in "picnic array." I The plan is to leave the Masonic temple by automobile about 9:30 o'clock j Sunday morning, reaching the park about 10:30. At noon the Shriners and their families will enjoy a basket luncheon in the pavilion, the committee furnishing hot coffee and ice cream. In the afternoon there will be a short program of field sports. The pavilion will be cleared and dancing will be en- ( joyed both afternoon and evening. GOOD BASEBALL HEREONSUNDAY Smelter Ingots and Independents to Cross Bats at Earling Park at 3. Should the weather man be agreea ble there will be an unusually large crowd of ball fans on hand at Earling park Sunday afternoon when Sammie N'ewman's Independents and the Smel ter Ingot cross bats at 3 o'clock. Both Managers Newman and Quiggin are confident of victory. The teams have met before. At this time the In dependents managed to win out by a single score. However, since that con test the smelter men have met and de feated what are believed to be strong er aggregations than the Independents, including the Havre Bearcats. Manager Newman has several new players who will wear the green hued uniforms Sunday and these are expect ed to re-juvenate the nine. Remneas will probably twirl for the Ingots and Ar mantage for the city team. Masterson will perhaps be umpire. His work here in the past few games has been fair and snappy, thus causing the contests to go right along without interruptions. Americans Take Entire Program Competing Against Canadian Golfers They Win Five Four Ball Matches. Hamilton, Ont., July 25.—American pnirs won all five matches today in the four-ball contests between the United States Golf association nnd the Royal Cat odian Golf association ^t th° Hamil ton Golf and Country club at Ancaster. Two matches were decided on the final gre^>n when Canadian players missed pntts. In these "Chick" Evans, Chicago, and E. M. Byers, Pittsburgh, defeated William McLuckie and W. J. Thompson, Toronto, and J. Thayer and Oswald Kir by, New Jersey champion, outplayed T. B. Reith and F. S. McDougall, Montreal. Reith and McDougall led on the first niae holes, two up. but fell down in their play in the second nine. Remarkable putting by Francis Ouimet Brooklyn, enabled Ouimet and John G. i Anderson, New York, to defeat Geo. S. j Lyon and G. 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Take a slant at our window. You'll see real bargains in hats of Panama and Straw. They're going at half price. Mikehasit 304 Central Avenue Great Falls Four Tennis Men Get Into Finals i Two Californians and Two New Yorkers Win Places at Cleve land Tourney. Cleveland, July 25.—Axel Graven and Robert Kinsey of California and Fred Alexander of New York and S. Howard Vossell of Brooklyn, today, won their way into the finals of the tri-state sec tional tennis tournament to be decided tomorrow. Lucien Williams and J. Webber of Chicago forced Alexander and Vossel to the limit to defeat them. By their over hand play they puzzled their eastern rivals continuously during the first part of the match. However, the veterans soon mastered their style and won by making long lobby shots to the corners of the courts, tiring their younger opponents. Mirth is a paying investment— because its stock is never watered with tears of regret. Kids—See the Tiger Trail, showing at the Alcazar today.