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Sunday Morning, August 2b 1 92 f
THE BiSBEE DAILY REVIEW
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CHAMPS IN FIVL
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Tilden-Richards Win From
Williams and Washburn
in Doubles Matches
BOSTON, Aug. 27. National cham
pions at lawn tennis In five classes
were decided on the courts of the
Long wood Cricket Club today.
Outstanding in importance and ac
tual play was the match in which Wil
liam T. Tilden, II, world's singles tlt
hst, andT Vincent Richards, litue more
than a ooy, regained tne national dou
bles crow 11. Largely through the bril
liance ul Klchards, they administered
the tieieat ot the season to the
euaiw - roubles champions, K. Norris
Wili , n. and W. M. Washburn,
reaaiwtu as America's probable de
fender in doucies m the Davis Cup
match with Japan. The straight set
scores, 13-11, 12-10, 6-1, constituted the
greatest number of games in three
sets in the History of the event.
Tilden, paired with a boy, was able
to do moie than Tilden paired with
the national woman's champion, Mrs.
Molla Mallory. Both were off their
game in the national mixed doubles
championship final, in which they
were defeated by the western pair,
Miss Mary K. Browne and William
Johnston. After the two champions
bad won the first - set, 6-3, Miss
Browne s placements pulled out the
next two sets for her team. 6-4, 6-3.
Johnston's contribution to the suc
cess was less than that of his partner.
Young Vincent Richards succeeded
where Tilden failed in the quest for
double honors, adding the national
junior singles championship to his
list for the third year, after a hard
tus.sel with Arnold W. Jones of Provi
dence. It was a straight set victory
6-3, 7-5, 9-7, but it was difficult for
Richards to compete because of his
weariness.
The national junior doubles title
wa3 won by Jones and V. W. Ingra
ham, whose fathers won the veterans
championship previously. The father
and son honors went for a third year
to the Andersons of New York, Fred
G., and his son, Fred G.
Bisbee Colts Play
Tombstone Idols At
Warren Park Today
The Bisbee Coua and the Tomb- !
stone Idols will cross - bats at War
ren park at 2 :3d o'clock today. Coch
ran will be on the slab for the Colts
and the rest of the lineup will bo the
same as it has been in the past few
weeks.
dossier, the Texas 'twirler, will do
the mound wj.'b i'.ii in-! ii ju, t- i
ance of the lineup lias not heea re
ceived by lh' Bisbee players bet m
said to contain the pick ot players
from the Apache Powder team and
Benson team.
The Colts and the Central team will
lineup for a game oa ih3 following
Sunday. Willcox and Centrar erosa
bats at Willcox today and Willcox
will endeavor to even up che recent,
defeat by Central by a score of 2 to 1.
The Colts are putting up a snappy
game now and a good turnout is ex
pected to see them take in the Tomb
stone Idols.
SlilOU WINS !
man match;
UIIIULLU Kill I wli
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BOB AND FAY BUDDIES!
THEY'LL FIGHT AGAIN
Defeats Hawkes. Australasian
in Tame Exhibition; Ays- j
Take Doubles
sies
NEWPORT, R. I., Aug. 27. Zenzo
Shimidzu won the final points of the
Davis Cup series for Japan today, de
feating J. B. Hawkes of the Austra
lian forces, 4-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-2. It was
much the same tame and tireless ten
nis that the Japanese have exploited
in the matches here in which they
conquered the team from the Antipo
dies by four victories to one. The
only .contest won for the Australa
sians was the doubles match yester
day. Ichiya Kumagae defeated J. O. An
derson, this forenoon, 3-6, 7-5, 2-6, 6-2
6-1.
CONSECUTIVE HITTING
RECORD IS SHATTERED
MINNEAPOLIS. Aug. 27. Robert
Fisher, second baseman for the Min
neapolis American Association, broke
tho association's consecutive hitting
- . 1 -. . V. n Y,t c .. fr, 1 .. in H
ItH UrU HHIity WUCU 1111. nuidj 111 I"' J
first enrne of a double header witln
Minneapolis, making it 32 consecu
tite games in which he has hit safely
Brief, of Kansas City, formerly held
the jecordvwith 31. -.. "
Grind Jury Finds
No Bills Against
Wife Of Magnate
DALLAS, Tex., Aug. 27. Mrs. Em-j
man Hassell, wife of Jess Hassell, '
president of the Dallas Texas League
club, was "not billed" by the grand
jury here today after having been
bound over at an examining trial on
two charges of maiming. The grand
ury.also recommended that a1 charge'
of carrying a pistol, entered against:
her in county court, be dismissed.
Mrs. Hassell was arrested Thurs-'
day, after, it was charged, she poured
acid on her husband and a young
woman she found together at the .ball
park. Both' were badly burned about
the face and body, but not seriously
injured, attending physicians said.
Zbyszko Sails For
Spain To Wrestle
European Champs
NEW YORK, Aug. 27. Stanislaus
Zbyszko, worlds heavyweight wrest
ling champion, sailed today for Spain
4o tompete in several matches.. He
was a passenger on the steamship
Atnerica, bound for Southampton, and
Cherbourg.
SPORT SPOILERS
Barnes To Manage
Wildcat Athletics
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TUCSON, Aug. 27. Ernest L.
Barnes, graduate of the University of
Arizona, and a resident here for t:;e
past couple of years, has been chos
en to succeed Asa Porter as graduate
manager of athletics at the Univer
sity. In addition to his duties as as
sistant to James F. McKal, director;
of athletics, Barnes will have charge
of certain lines of publicity at the in
stitution. ;
BALTIMORE, Aug. 23. ' Over the
top again."
...uiiin, who v. on the heavy
. vieii. cuampionsiiip oi ilie A. E.
.) v.v.u.o ray Ktsiati, cu.uuenanu,
..u. m io iiUttis at me Cirque Ue
i..o iU uk, viii ULieiupc to repeat.
.n iuoiiuance tor the beneuc of
jiio onl uuuujes ot KhaKi days wheii
mey meet here September 3."
i ne occasion is "Uuddie Week."
isea.iy ivu.uu ex-service men are ex
ycaua in lue cii; uUiing tae reunion.
wnlie the "nuddie Week'' program
is sportive tniougnout, the one uig
eeui is the martin-Keiser tigm,
wiiich wnl be staged in a big armory
seating 12,000 persons.
There will be trac meets, rtlay
races, boxing tournaments and other
spoiling events.
Invite Harding
Spike Webb, who retereed over
seas and who was coach of the tri
umphant Olympic boxing team, is
chairman of the committee promot
ing the Martin Keiser fight.
Invitations have been sent to Pres
ident Harding', Secretary of War
Weeks and his assistant, Wainwright,
Secretary of the Navy Denby and his
assistant, Roosevelt, General Per
shing and staff and othera rmy offi
cials. 9
' Many of the men from Maryland,
West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Dela
ware and New Jersey, who saw set.
vice overseas, were present when
Martin and Keiser met in Paris. Some
rooted for Keiser and felt that the
decision should have been a draw.
Keiser is a wealthy young farmer
of near Cumberland, Md., and .he
doesn't have to fight for a living.
But he does want to whip Bob Mar
tin. Feud
He has many friends in Western
Maryland. A special train is coming
to Baltimore from that section.
Back over the hills in West Virginia
another clan is preparing to charter
a special train to see Martin win
again. Sort of a feud, as it were.
Fay Keiser is no dub in the ring".
His one handicap is his weight. He
is a light-heavyweight.
BRITISH GOLF TITLE
HOLDERS WIN TWICE
M ONTRE2 A'L,v Aug: 27.-ffeorge 'Dun
can and Abe Mitchell, British profes
sional golfers, won two matches today
In the morning, they defeated C. B
Crier, Canadian amateur champion,
and William McLuckie, 191 title hold
er, 4 up in an 18 hole match, and in
the afternoon won from. Albert Mur
ray and Arthur Woodward, Canadian
professionals, 3 up.
Collored cottonhas been, grown by
a SGUtlvCaroline planter. .',
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COAST LEAGUE
At Salt Lake R. II. E.
Los Angeles ....4 9 1
Salt Lake 1 5 i.
Baticriea Lyons and Baldwin;
Level enz and Jenkins.
At Sacramento , R. H. E.
San Francisco . 2 7 1
Sacramento 7 10 1
Batteries Couch and Yelle;
Plough and Elliott.
At Los Angeles R. H. E.
Seattle 3 8 2
Vernon 7 9 0
Batteries Gardner, Dailey, See
and Spencer; Shellenback and Hannah.
At San Francisco R'. H. E.
Portland ' .7 12 2
Oakland 3 9 1
Batteries Coleman and Kinf; Al-
ten and Koehler.
MISS AMERICA AGAIN
BEATS MISS CHICAGO
DETROIT, Aug. 27. (By the Asso
ciated Press) Miss America 1, of
the Detroit Yacht Clu. piloted by
'Gar" Wood, captured the fiist heat
of the gold cup race here this after
noon, defeating Miss Chicago, of tne
Chicago Yacht Club, driven by George
Wood, the victor's brother. The win
ner's time for the 30 miles was,
31:51:94, an average speed of 56.5
miles per hour.
Miss Chicago's time was 23:13:02.
Only two boats started out of the ori
ginal entry list of 14.
TREATY ENROUTE TO U. &.
BERLIN, Aug. 27. The official
copy of the peace treaty between Ger
many and the United States was for
warded to Washington today by a spe
cial courier.
A nnouncement
BOB MARTIN (TOP) AND FAY
KEISER (BOTTOM)
He fought Harry Greb seven times
and on two occasions won decisively,
he claims.' He never has been knock
ed out.
Autumn and Winter
1921 1922
- National League III American League
Mew York 3; Pittsburg 1 DETROIT, Aug. 27. New York's
NEW lORK, Aug. 27. New York! home runs defeated Detroit. Meusel
made a sweep of the five game series, hit two and Miller one. The bases
with PittsDurg ana reducing tne ri- were unoccupied each time. Ruth
rates' lead to two and a half games
It was Neht's sixth victory this sea
son over the league leaders.
PITTSBURG j AB R H PO A E
Bigbee If 4 4
Carey ef 3 :
Almranville ss :.A
Whitted rf
Cutshaw 2b
i:arnhart 3b
Grimm lb
Schmidt c
Carlson n
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zinn p ...
Glazner p
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made one sigle in three times at bat.
NEW YORK AB R H PO A K
Miller cr .4 12 10
Peckinpauch ss 4 12 5 4
0 Ruth If 3 112 0
1 Meusel rf 4 3 3 2 0
0i Pinn lb 4 1 1 10 0
0 j Ward 2b . .4 0 0 1 3
0 , McNally 3b .. 4 0 112
0 Schang c 4 0 0 4 0
0 . Collins p 4 0 0 1 1
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Totals .........
NEW YORK
Burns cf . 3
Bancroft ss 3
Frisch 3b 3
Young rf 4
Kelly lb :..3
Meusel If :.-3
Rawlings 2b 3
30 1 4 24 10
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DETROIT
..35 7 10 27 10
AB R H PO A
Smith cf
Stengel z
onyder c
Nehf p
Totals. ...27 3 5 27 11 0
x batted for Carlson in 8th.
z ran for Smith in Sth.
R H E
Pittsburg 100 000 0001 4 1
ew ioik . 000 OuO 21x 3 5 0
batteries: Carlson, Zinn, Glazner
and Schmidt; Nehf and Snyder.
Summary: Two base nits, Whit
teu. oacinices, Carey, Nehf, Friscn.
uast3 on balls, off Zinn 2. I nnings
pitched, by Carlson?, Zinn 1-3, Glaz
ner 2-3. Struck out by Nehf 1.
Young 2b 5 0 11
Jones 3b : 5 110
Cobb cf .... 3 12 2
Veach If 4 0 11
Heilmann rf 2. 10 2
Blue lb 4" 0 0 16
Hagstecd ss ....--....4 1 "l 1
Bassler c 2 114
Oldham p 3 0 0 0
Shorten z -. 1 0 0 0
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your attention to our excel
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xFOR AUTUMN AND WINTER
' 1921 and 1922
and inviting you to come in
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They provide 'variety for your selec
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They represent a level of character
and service and value, in clothes, that
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Along with correct fashion, all-wool
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We stress this point because it is oftimes invisible. We call attention
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We are ready to take your measure, and to have you make your
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$35 and up
Totals
53 5 7 27 18 0
St. Louis 7-2; Boston 3-1 .
BOS'lON, Aug. 27. St. Louis won
two games from Boston. In the sec
ond game Stock hit a liy tnat bound
ed mio the bleachers tor a home run.
lie also hit a home run in tne. first
game. 1st game: It II E
fti. lvouis ,..00 000 0617 10 2
lioiion 100 lol 0003 G 1
Batteries: Haines, Walker and
('.lemons, Dilhoeter; Watson, Scott
nl O'Neill. ,
2nd game: ' R H E
St. lAuis 000 020 0002 8 0
uoston 0'0 000 0101 6 2
Batteries: Sherdel and Clemons;
Ojscllger and Gowdy.
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- Brooklyn 15; Chicago 5
I KOOKLYN. Aug. 27. Brooklyn
batted two Chicago pitchers for l'J
bit. Hard hitting and brilliant field
ing by Grilfith and Myers were feat
ures of the game. Score: R 11 E
i hicago 010 012 0015 13 4
Brooklyn 000 131 46x 15 l'J 1
'Batteries: Ponder, Cneeves and
Orar,eil; Cadore, Mitchell and Krue
ger. smisstOH
Phillies 4; Cincl 3
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 27. Homo
runs by Meadows. Williams and Par
kinson gave Philadelphia victory over
! ( incinniiti. Meadows had the better
of Donahue for the pitching honors.
1 Score: R H E
' Cincinnati 000 200 100-3 8 3
Philadelphia i i 0J HIP 0lIx-4 . S, (.3
Batteries:' 'ixmahue and Wingo;
Meadows and llenline.
z batted tor Oldham in 9th.
f R II K
New York 200 000 1047 10 1
Detroit v 000 002 0035 7 0
Hatteries: Collins anfl Schang; j
uianam ana liassier.
summary: Two base hits Cobb
Peckinpaugh, Pipp, Y'oung, Veach.
Home runs. Miller, Meusel 2. Double
plays, Ward to Peckinpaugh to Plpp.
Bases on balls, off Collins 5, Oldham
1. Struck out by Collins 4, Oldham 4.
Cleveland 6; Senators 2 1
CLEVELAND, Aug. 27. Cleveland !
bunched hits otf Zachary and defeat i
ed Washington. Sew ell piayed a bril
liant game in the field. U II E
Washington 000 0"'2 0002 9 1
Cleveland --. 000 320 Olx 6 11 0
Batteries: Zacharv and Gharrity;
Uhle, Bagby and O'Neill.
St. Louis 9; Athletics 3
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 27. St. Loui.s
bunched hits off Rommell in the first,
four innings, scored seven runs and
won the second game of the series
from Philadelphia. Williams hit his
20th home run of the season in the
second inning with none on base.
Score: R 11 E
Philadelphia .... 100 000 1013 9 2
St. Louis 040 310 lOx 9 17 0
I PROTEST THROWN OUT
J CLEVELAND. Au. 27.-4 James C.
Dunn, picsident of the Cleveland Am
erican League team, today received
a t gram troin B. P. Johnsou, presi-di-ni
of tho league, annouueing he had
disallowed the Cleveland team's pro
tett ot tlie New York team's victory
of 3 t 2 last Wednesday.
Boston 6; Chicago 5 '
CHICAGO. Auc. 27. Faber had
two bad innings in which Boston
bunched hits and defeated Chicago.
I'qopc-r's homa run gaveithe locals
three runs in the -first anf by bunch
ing hits-with daring base running
they scored two runs, ; alter whico
Karr replaced Russell und held the
locals sale. Score: R H E
I.'oston 000 300 300 ti 11 f
Chicago 310 010 0005 12 3
Batteries; Kussell. Karr and Wal
ters. Uuel; Faber and Schalk.
Southern Association
.At Atlanta 6-8; Nashville- 3-2.
At Bit iniiigliam 3; Chattanooga 2.
At Lit I In Rock 12; Mobile 2.
At Memphis t); New Oiiea.na 9.
Western League
At Des Moines 5; Joplln 6.
At St. Joseph 0; Tulsa 3.
At Sioux City i; Wichita in.
At Omaha 4 4; Oklahoma City 6-5.
The public schools, or the United
States cost about 1760.000,000 a ex-
The Panama canal handled "81.
00" tous of tarijo iroai the Atlantic
to the Pacitic lat.t May.
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