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THE MAN WHO RUNS THE PACE THAT KILLS IS GENERALLY QUICK-STEPPING INTO OBLIVION
THE TIMES' COMPLETE SPORTING PAGE
Walter Johnson Sought
For Comiskey's Outfit
Griffmen Return Home
To Battle Westerners
CORBETT ON THE ART OF SELF-DEFENSE
ST. LOUIS, July 22. The second
Western invasion for the Griffmen
comes to a close today with a double
header against the Browns and with
a little hitting in the pinches, Grif
fith believes he will return to the
home lot leading two opponents, the
two who are behind now, the
Browns seventh and the Athletics
eighth. The first two games here
were donated to the enemy because
Allen Sothoron and Dave Davenport
puzzled the batters, but unexpectedly
yesterday the batting went on a wild
journey and routed Tom Rogers for
a .500 victory which caused the move
from the bottom for sixth place.
The Journey out In this section has
not been a howling- success for the
Griffmen. They fell Into a slump at
the first stop, and hare not been able
to recover their stride. When a club
Is under the-.500 mark passing July
4. It Is quite a task to cet up and
oln the pennant leaders.
Of course, the Griffs, the Browns,
and Athletics cannot be classed with
the flag opponents for this, season, so
It means that Griffith will turn his
attention to the future, to sound out
the weak spots and try to strengthen
In this respect there Is a big trade
In the preliminary stage with the
Griffs. It may be denied by Griffith,
but the report Is current here that
Griffith Is In conference with Com
iskey. And then, also. It Is known
that Fielder Jones, with Phil Ball, a
multl-mllllonalre In back of him. also
Is looking to the future.
Will Sell Johnson.
The report which refuses to down
'Is that Walter Johnson will be the
price paid to strengthen next year's
Griffmen. He Is the only player who
would bring a fancy price In the
playing value, and so, so they say,
Johnson is to close his career with
Washington this season.
Members of the Browns gave the
open statement that Walter's speed
Is fading They hit him hard when
he pitched here Thursday, and narnr
ally some day Walt must retire. So,
then, wouldn't It be a good business
move for Griffith to trade Johnson.
with his team getting some plsyers
they need, in fielders and outfielders?
Mighty as Johnson Is. he cannot get
the base hits every day to drive In
the winning runs. He can pitch won
derful ball, and still lose shcutout
games. Griff Insists upon denying
the trade mentioning Johnson, but
down here they have It that so far
Comlskey has offered the highest
price cash and players.
West 2feda Pennant.
The West r.eeds e pennant In the
American League. It has not had one
since 1B05, when the Tigers were
nipped In the world's series with the
Pirates of Pittsburgh, and an Inter
sectional world's series undoubtedly
would attract a lot of Interest
Comlskey carries the cssh to out
bid any magnate. Didn't he pay
150.000 for Eddie Collins, and say he
bought a bargain. Didn't he buy Joe
Jackson when the slurger was on the
market. If Walter really Is on the
market oh, well, the White Sox are
in the pennant running, and the dnly
hope of the West to beat out the Bos
ton Red Sox.
Harper Works a Trlek.
Harry Harper put on a trlek which
Johnson and Gallia couldn't swing
when he blanked the Brownies yester
day and came home with a &to-0 vic
tory Hsrper pitched his best game la
several weeks and had the Brownies
swinging at the fast ones around the
chin and hearing the cal lof strike on
the curve which broke around the
Then the batting picked up for the I
the first time since the White Sox I
were beaten with four runs In ths
ninth Inning Four singles In a r .w
were found against Tom Rogers, 4rlth !
Menosky. Alnsralth. Harper and Judge '
delivering the drives and two runs
came In the third Inning
In the second. Rice doubled nnd !
crossed the piste on two Infield outs, i
while In the eighth a walk to Fi ster
' forced by Milan, single by Rice and
muff by 8hottn and Gharrity's liner When the bugle summons the first
added two neediest In the eighth. great national army of 1917. it will find
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GRIFFS OPEN STAY HERE
WEDNESDAY WITH INDIANS
By LOUIS A. DOUGHER.
The Griffmen are cornlncr horn to
Georgia avenue this week,. Tuesday
they will eUth with Lee Fohl'i
Cleveland Indians, who will Tsmain
in Washington through Saturday and
then take the growling Grift's to
Cleveland for a battle next Sunday.
This latter contest has been trans
ferred from Washington to Cleve
land by consent of Manager Griffith.
Tuesday Is really an off-day lathe
American League, "but Manager
Griffith is taking advantage of it to
play off one of the contests postoontd
from the first visit of the' Jndisns
to the Capital.
On their first visit ,hre the Indians
failed to upset the Griffmen once. It
rained the first day, calling, off hos
tilities. Two battles went extra In
nings till darkness halted them. The
other was won by the Griffmen.
Leaving St. Louis tonight, the
Griffmen should arrive her tomor
row night, dispersing to their homes
Immediately. It 1 unlikely that any
brass band will be at the station to
greet them. Beginning Tuesday,
Griffs boys will bold home recep
tions until August la. meeting we
the worst lemeas of the year. Neither
Is with the club dow. Neither should
have remained as long as he did.
Next to them, Jo Leonard baa
prvd a frost. An Injured thumb up
set blra at Augusta, and he never got
going thereafter. He flashed for a
while at the beginning of.ne present
trip, but soon fell oft In his- work, es
pecially with the stlek.
sMcBrtde Is a better fielder than
Crane or Shanks and better than
Crsne with the willow, thsugh sot
equaling the Msrvelous Monscan la
this respeet. MeBrlde has played la
but a handful of games.
Fester Falllag Off.
Eddie Foster's work has fallen ff
appreciably. Instead of being a re
liable hitter, (specially la tight
places, he la dwn areund the Ml
Rar "Morgan, la addition to his brlt
tlenesa, that keeps him out of th
line-up fer leng spells. Is hitting for
reb Milan and Sam Rice are th
nly members of tk team holding
their own at th bat, with t& Ten
nessee veteran outdoing hi teammate.
'Pitcher Going Bad.
To make matters wo.'se. the pitch
er have had a wretched year. When
Indians. Tigers, BroWns. White Sox ver Walter Johnson has more d
and Tankeea In succession. Thee feats than victories, hi team shows
coming three weeks should be busy It to a marked degree. When pitch
ones for the Griffmen. ss they are Ing good ban. his team has failed to
weakening under the attrition cam- hit, and now the Kansas Zephyr Is
palgn now going on in the Americas becoming tired out.
League. The failure of Harry Harper to be
Here Is the order of th coming in snap wnen in curiam rouea up
gamea at Georgia avenue:
Indians. July 24, 25, SS. 27. 28.
Tigers, July 31, August 1, 2.
Browns, August 3, 4, 6, 7.
Whit Sox.. August 8. 9, 10, 11.
Yankees, August 13. 14, 13.
Tfo Gam On Monday.
Next week Monday will Be an open
was a heavy blow to the team. He Is
now In good form, but the evil work
has been done.
Jim Shaw. too. has failed to cam
up to expectations.
George Dumont lacks the physical
strength sufficient to keep moving at
top speed through a -season wnea
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FIRST ILLUSTRATED LESSON ON THE ART OF BOXING BY JAMES J. CORBETT.
CoprTttM, HIT, by Kins Feature Syndicate
rE very first thing you must learn and leam well-Sif-yuTi1 are going 'in for '
boxing, is to stand correctly. Always have your left fcJo? "forward, pointing di-'
rectly at your rival. Keep the right foot back just far enough to give you a-per-' -feet
To explain-better the correct position -for the feet, I have illustrated it with three
different poses, as shown above.
Picture No. 1 shows the correct boxing position. No. 3 is the incorrect way with
feet together. In No. 2 I have posed with Jim Savage. Just to drive home better the
force of my argument, I had Jim assume the incorrect foot position in that picture, while
mine is correct.
Note that picture carefully. m The way my feet are placed puts me in a position where
I can jab quickly with my left hand or shoot over a right-hander by a quick step for
ward with my left foot. My balance is perfect. I can duck or sidestep quickly without
losing my balance.
Savage's Position Handicaps Him.
The position that Savage assumed shows- how handicapped is the man whose box
ing position is incorrect. The only kind of blow he is in a position to deliver is a left
hand hook. If he tried to strike any other blow he would have to change the position of
his feet, which would take time.
Furthermore, Jim's foe, knowing that Jim could move, only to the right the way his
feet are pointed would be quick to take advantage of that situation.
Never stand as I am standing In Picture No, 3. If you keep your1 feet together you
will be unable to move quickly. Furthermore, you will not be balanced perfectly. Duck
ing or sidestepping when you are in such a position is almost impossible. If a solid
punch lands on your head while you are standing that way you are bound to go down
on the back of your head, a you have no support.
But if you will stand as Imm standing in No. 1 the result will be different. My
weight, as you will see, Is evenly distributed there. I am perfectly balanced and cannot
be upset with an ordinary blow. Secondly, I can move forward, backward, or sideways
without an unnecessary motion.
Point Left Foot in Blow's Direction.
Always point your left foot in the direction your blow is going. If your foe moves
around, keep shifting your left foot, that Is always pointing at him. That is vastly im
portant. If you fail to do that your position will be incorrect. Whenever you move for
ward make ths first move with your left foot. Always remember to keep your feet in
such a position that you will be perfectly balanced.
Keep your leg muscles relaxed until you are ready to jump In or out. Whenever
you are merely "fiddling" relax your muscles. Failure to do this is the cause of so
many boxers tiring and growing leg-weary before the bout has gone very far. They keep
the muscles rigid at all times a grievous error. Rest your muscles whenever you can.
Don't strain them. Have them springy and pliant. Remember always that you must
save your muscles until they are needed. Never waste an ounce of energy in useless
BATTLE EOR FLAG
'DONOVAN TO STICK
WITH YANKEE TEAM
Bill Donovan will not be displaced
as manager of the Yankees hen his ci-i!ln""
contract expires st the end of the 1017 " T -
campaign, as was reported from Chi- st 'lCf"'1. '."." il
cago one day last week. William .rnuaaeipnu
Flelschmsnn, vice president of the'
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aumoruy ior me statement that Don- Wain at St Louie
Where They Play.
CTuhlnrton I Bt. Louli
JuCte.lt 1111 OiEliettonlf I 1 1 0 l
Fotr.; 110 3 0! Auttln lb 41130
C Mllan.cf 3 0 3 0 0 Elosn.rf .30300
Rjcrt 13 0 0 1 Clal.r lb 4 1 13 0 0
Fbanksu 4 0 2 1 0Pterel4c 4 0 3 10
Lenarl.3b 3 0 10 0 !. n 4 0 110
Shamir 10 0 0 0 Jteohion ill II I 1
ovan will be kept as long as he wishes
to run the playing affairs of the
un,nnun t... ..i. t..,.. .. J..1
golfers, sutmmers. boxers, track stars. f hrd I.irk -in th. i... . -t..i.
and football plaera ard coaches have but he haa done as well aa any other
been named In the first appeal of Un-)e i man could with the material on hand,"
Sam. but so far as now known, no mem- I ",a rieischmsnn.
ber of the Washington club hss been se- ! "m V.l JV" I"" f "'" " J1
I.,.. .. .u , i.7 .. .. could under the circumstances, and I
lected for the Initial draft. am at a loss to account for the report
The St. Louis Browns are likely to lose that came from Chicago that Bill's
Dave Davenport. Yale Sloan. Georse I had was going to be chopped off
WeBrlde 3b 0 0 0 0 01
Meneakr if I 1 3 0 0
K Milan If 3 0 3 0 0
Alnimllh.c 4 3 3 0 0
Harpcr.p 4 10 10
La van M . I i I I 1
Rorrra p 10 0 10
Ha'llton p 0 0 1 0 0
Total. 10 S 37 It 2
Phl'a at eifrelanO.
T at Datrolt
Boiton at Chicago. I
Waahlnrton, S St Louli, 0.
Cleveland. 3 Philadelphia, L
Detroit. 4. New York 3.
Detroit, 11. New York. 3
Chicago, S, Bofton. t.
No samo achedultd
OUIMET IS TEAMED
WITH GOLF WINNER
Total. 34 SCT 1'
'Batted for Leonard In the eighth
tBatted for Hamilton In the elshth.
oio on ejo-t
cm ooo oooo
Ruaa C. Milan. Rice It) M.noakr and
Alnamlth. Two-baa hit Rice Double play
rotter to Shanka to Judge Lert on baaee
. Washington I 8t Louie. 7 Flret baee on
error Waahlngtoa. 1 St. Louie, 1 Beeea
on balls OS Harper, 4. off Rogers. 2. off
Hamilton. 1 Hits and earned runaOff Rog.
era, I hit. and 3 run. In 4 14 Inning., off
Hamilton, 1 hit and no rune in 2 14 lnntnga,
. off Koob 1 hit and no runa In 1 Inning
Ftruek out Br Harrer. 7, br Rogers. 1. by
Hamilton. 1. br Koob, 1. Umpires Meeara
t HUdebrend and Evana. Tim of game 1
hour and 41 jnlnulea
Racquet maintained Its three-game
lead over Princeton In the Suburban
League series yesterday, both teams
i taking six out of seven from their op
i ponents. Racquet played Home.
; Princeton defeated Kolmead. while
J Petworth took four out of seven from
Argyle, and Standards the tame num.
bar from .Euclid.
Mcleod on his way.
Freddy lie Lend, Columbia Country
Club professional. Is on his way to
New York today to play In the Red
Cross tournaments scheduled this
week on metropolitan courses
New Tore: .
hoa Ilk. mil nA th. .1... .t.i. i t Louie.
heads off for him. They have received Brookljn ". '..'
the worst breaks of any team In' the I Boeton
American League. nttaburgh ...
"The Magee Marsana trade did not
surprise me I expected all along that
Lee u going to get the gate. It
couldn't be helped. Lee was of no
material use to the club I think we
got the beat of the deal with rit. Louis.
Hsle. Hank Seiereld. "Baby Doll" Jacob- Th,re ls "othlng In the rumor.
son. and BUI Rumler
Buck Weaer. Ka Schalk. Chick Gan
dll, Charlie Rlaberg, and Joe Jenkins
have been called from the White Sox.
Joe Evans from the Indlsns. Date Rob.
ertaon from the Giants. Roy Bates and
"Cuekoo" Jamleion from the Mackmen.
Eans. Blsbee. and BUI Wagner from
the Pirates, Elmer Miller. Alexander and
Flaher from the Yankees. Eller and
Rousch from the Cincinnati Reds. Lealie
Mann. Elliott and Hendrx from the
Cubs. Jsk Barr. Mobilise)!. Shorten,
and Pennock from the Red Sox. Pfeffer.
Cedore, and Sherrod Smith from the
Dodgers, and O'Neill from the Indians.
Prancls Oulmet. Western amateur
champion golfer, has been summoned
for the first draft. So has Tommy
Touhey, the Philadelphia lightweight
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Pet. Win Lots
HI MJ 151
Where They Play.
i nieago at Boaton.
Columbia Country Club tennla play
era are sure winners In the Washing
ton Tennis Association matches
Chevy Chase waa donned In five out
of eight matches yesterday. Tir
singles matches were an even break,
while Columbia took two out of three
In doubles Shannon and Dunlop
played forty-one gamea In their
singles match. Dunlop getting the decision.
Washington Y M II A. bsseball
players will meet the Richmond Y M
H A. lads at American League Parle
Me 1 today In a resrularlv scheduled inter.
Leod will be a member of the Scotch city contest The Washington boys
team. 1 will go to Richmond next Sunday.
No games scheduled.
Cincl st Brooklyn.
nua at .t York.
SI Louie at Phlla.
Boaton, 3. Chicago. 1
New Tork, 4. Pltuburgh. 3
Brooklyn. 2. Cincinnati, 8.
Brooklrn. 1. Cincinnati, 9.
rhlladatphla. i. Et Louie, 7.
Philadelphia. 3. St Louts 5.
BIG LEAGUE BIFFER3.
AB. K. TB. Ave.
Cobb. Tigers 4 4 t I. too
Johnrton. Robin. ... 3 3 3 1 CO)
Cunningham. Tlgera .1 1 i pno
Pratt. Browne ... 1 1 i i eno
Rauach. Reda 4 11 ,7M
McKechlne. Reds 111 ,;t0
Crulle, Carda. 4 3 1 ,7M
Cutahaw, Rohlna .411 .710
MANCHESTER. Mass., July 22
Francis Oulmet. holder of the West
ern amateur golf title, and Jesse Gull
ford, comprising the Massachusetts
amateur golf team, jesterday de
feated Mike Brady and Lewey Tellle'r,
the professional team, at the Essex
Country Cldb by 3 up and 2 to play
The credit of the win goes to Gull
ford, while Brady takes the honors
The play was even until the six
teenth hole, when Brady drove Into
a pit and Telller took three putts,
losing the hole and the mstch.
GOOD MOUND IRK
FROM THE BOX SCORES
Mstty's Redlegs walloped the Dodg
ers twice yesterday.
Tlgera booked for the following day.
This has bsen arranged In order to
allow the Tlgera and Athletics to
play at Detroit next Sunday. The
Tlgera will be unable to reach Wash
ington In time to play Monday, and
so that game will go over a day.
The Griffmen aeem doomed to fin
ish in the cellar 'this, year, unless
bsaten out by the Brownies at the
last minute. Neither team la doing
as well a'a Connie Mack's Athletics.
The lesn leader haa finally sueeeeded
In getting his pitchers working satis
factorily, and that Is about all he
needs to keep out of last place. Both
nTeGr!fiT'hdBtawnrt(ave. fallen to
pieces under the strain.
s Jlaeh Shake T" Bnaeb.
If he Is to keep his team tn the
league. Manager Griffith will hare to
ahake up the bunch before entering
upon another campaign. His 1917
lineup has proved a big disappoint
ment. Elmer Smith and Sam Crane were
Bert Gallia Is having an off year.
Time Far Trading.
The time for wholssale trading haa
come for Manager Griffith. Once the
Old Fox was known to baseball writ
ers as the "Human Trade Wind" be
cause of his willingness to conclude a
trade at almost any eld time. His
trade's usually aided his team, too, It
might be added. Of late years ha
haa stayed off his old habit .of other
days, but the necessity has chased ttlia
up and now has gripped him.
Griffith, has usually declined abso
lutely to let go of any at his good
jllayera. Heh.es asked too much and
offered too little, with the natural re
sult no trade.
Several of the Washington regulars
have outlived their usefulness her
and would not be missed In the least,
U sent to some ether club In deals for
other players. This applies to thole,
the Old Fox has persistently refuitd
to consider la offers from other managers.
LEONARD BACKS UP
ON ENTERING ARMY
IN THREE WEEKS
Since July 1 Dave Davenport, the
Browns' big pitcher, who has been
drafted for the big national army,
has lost but one game, being beaten
by the Yankees, 2 to I. He has won
On July 1 Davenport relieved Soth
oron against the Tlgera and allowed
two hits In two frames. He fanned
I....- a a, .
tt,. vt.nr.. f th. i.rti.n. mart. .1""" ""la ' none, it was an
hit yesterday, his first since April 19, ' overwhelming victory for St. Louis
Capt J. S Cannon, of the Washing
ton Cricket Club, hss asked the mem
bers of thei club to come dewn to
Potomac Park today for a match.
GAMES CALLED OFF.
Rex A. C haa called off the double
header at Columbia Park-today on ac
count of bad weather. '
IS to 9. Willie Mitchell taking a prime
On July 3 he went up against Stan
ley Coveeskle and won. 3 to 4, al
lowing eight hits, fanning three and
His defeat by the Yankees, with
Russell pitching, was recorded on
July 0. Donovan's clan gathered five
hits off him, Ith six of them whiffing
and one walking
, On July 13 Davenport beat Joe
2ack Wheat, the Dodgers' slugging ' the Tthtic". i,,,
outfielder, sprained his ankle ye.ter- .,' ". f..J nrt Vi,? H, 'X
.... . " ,n K ,l. v.k .- -."its, nve ranned, and four walked.
?.ur Uoord u" Uh G"-B "Goose
iew weexs. Egg.. Foeri of the, Red Sox. on July
M.r.nvlll.'s brilliant n.Mlna- rave , i"'""""10" ""erged a w inner, 2 to i
,,..,...,,. n...... ". -,-. ,7.. ' '""nS 'he cnampions down with
tday'o'v'er'thf eno;, 2 toT" "' f " 'ann'n "' -" -
WINS TOURNAMENT. GrTffen J'OS.r", .I!
Mrs. A. Winter's win In the weekly (low a hit for eight innings, but gae
putting contest at Columbia Country ' three In the final session He whiffed
Club gives her one lctory on the two of the enemy and walked three,
"Leech" cup for the women's putting winning, 3 to J
contests Mrs. Winter defeated Mrs I Slnre Jul 1 Davenport has allowed i ., . , . ,
E. Sinclair by J up Mrs Myer nine runs, 2d hits, 13 free passes, andl National Electric Supply Ccv,
Cohen won the consolation. I has fanned 22 opponents. j irnt-r.ru n. V. a.
The Giants are today nine and a
half games ahssd of the Phillies. The
White Sox are leading by two and a
The Cardinals came to life and
slammed the Phllllea twice in the
same place yesterday.
Bill Donovan's Yankees fell down
twice yesterday before the Tigers, ne
second game being a slaughter.
Lightweight Champion Hay Hear
From It In Philadelphia.
NEW YORK, July 21. The country
la beginning to wonder If Benny Leon-
and was serious when he announced'
after winning the lightweight cham
pionship from Freddie Welsh that he
would Immediately join some braneh
of the United states army or navy, and
that his fights would be against only
the best men In his division.
Since that announcement Leonard
has fought twice against a -set-up
eech time. He haa been matched for
an encounter in Philadelphia with
Johnny Kllbane and the fight ls t go
only six rounds.
Leonard turned down one of the
best offers the country ever heard of j
for a bout In that class wnen ne re
fused Matt Hinkel'S offer of a 123.000
purse for a fifteen-round go In Ohio-
end no decision waa attaenea to ins
articles for the bout Kllbane and his
manager had set their slgnstures to
the agreement and were ready to go
One of two things happened to
Leonard when he received that offer.
He either figured Kllbane far too dan.
gerous to battle for fifteen rounds or
he decided that fighting alx rounda
for a wad of money was mora renum
eratlve than battling fifteen rounds
for a slightly larger wad.
The country wants to know how
about that enlistment Leonard pros,
ably will find some Insistent question
ers regarding that when he enters the
ring at Philadelphia.
8HERW00D JUMPS UP.
Sherwood Jumped Into the lead In
the City and Suburban Tennis League
yesterday by taking four out of five
from Washington Railway and Elec
tric A. A. players. Fairmont took
three out of five from Takoma, and Y.
M C A. tour out of five from Spring
Road. Sherwood has won twenty-two
and lost eight matches.
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Interstate dropped a 5 to 1 game
to the Fort Hunt soldiers yesterday
at the fort
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