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"Sir 49L W% on this side you see Pat Ghar $unday's victory of the Griffs' ove 'MORE BONEH I. FROM, STAR I MAKES LOCA By l.0UIS A First it was the noble Tyrus C inoble Zebulon Milan, upon whose : Harris. Then the gentle Elmer Sim] last, but far from least, came the far and wide as a9poke," managr a: piob Cleveland Indiana. Today thi peacefully in Washington's hall of I mirers groan in grief. It must be thes #ad exhibitions of woolly and Just the same, Smith and "Spovke" as bakground- for their prize stun 'asteseventh frame on a warmn afternon. Bucky Harris was on third. Pam Rie was perched upon second. Oft guy had croaked. Turkey Braw er, a popular hero these days, smtadhed liner straight Into Elmer Dmith's atig paws., Elmer caught it .Thinking it certain to be a bingle, striO and Rice had strayed fautrom lun. Rie was at third when,Smith adugSt the drive. SRies scramabled beek to second. Allarris 'arafnbled baeck to third. Then wonder of wonders, Elmer the gentle sietiely heaved-to George Duras at first base. nbe arrived safely at second ans Harris. heavt thge thI, streked It spress the plate. Manager Speaker delayed the tme besause he wanted to tell the gentle pefur eltly what he thought of lhim. "S5poke" speaks only Engrlish. Otherwise he miht hae delayed the the6 longer. Somettnes it I a han -dim*e not Ato know French, Japanese, nt tewaegSmit Had "Spoke"w ahsea bingou jfot thn.he migh t av Twthe genth frme aon abu itr a timoesBck anorrie. no ti amRie s peik ed upseon tothid, OeW go a raked . Turay his head ore ae pok ero steey. tta bk * ier lsaht to Eloe Smiket iter paw. Emrcuh t Opeaikigiertgaie to lie. bifhe ahm.c uned atthir Fren apat * and Noherven. hemgthv .rise shrmsedlfc rit third.a h hn one his oades oufelder The fns g 1 have d-tok" Goorame Sloae relysa nfe asecd scap, fasg haing baed tom , sreaone. It hatoe the ent Emrs nge bpaehrgh eadu then.m bstags hewidte, h Griffthe ouget Naer, ettled wthdpue thh the anm. inoke seath onth hnishre andris the bailwout have esedthed issent te dark genchy dJttnethe thseatig. Aft thnkth walo t heog T e state waslte, al bo. te Olife daoe o hirlcsi Wixth Mordeesbudrhp wyfosa teltmberhn Bsra e eft Riked weaoly to tWam . mnakin itoTnin .ha Ture poer iased t ag binert skyhoo.tvlin'tu o Bura kaept -e redaun.ri ule .h Thaeu tuae wa laid ash Wn an te withouenc, soapn A . sNregpand h gt aer la~re hrie togt thn wat the SWbrty sgr but Btebided it 6 oldhl orgotatbt h the jury deepan gaveer"andkeetarlo"dpik rm~ etreve It. Hier caised hi ap #14, rity scoring in the eighth inning of r t Indiana. Pat was working a EADED STUFF 1IG LEAGUERS L FANS ROAR - DOUGHER. obb, quickly followed by the equally beels trod the usually alert Stanley th contributed his prise ofering, and venerable Tristram Speaker, known md centerfielder of the world's chain a quintet of baseball marvels rests bonehead fame, while a world of &d in the air or something that causes mu4died thinking. But it happens, ieisig- upon a large Sunday throng ts, as the Grifs were copping, 10 to 3. I BING, BANG, BAM! *Wadlk. AS OA Clove. A3 OA, 3s .. 1 2 10 Savsa ..If.... Narr 26.. 2 1 2 2 wasnbyib. .1 3 2 .. 2 Gardner.3b 4 1 ob"aks.2b. 4 2 S~~l...42 1 Gbarritye. '4 0 Rurne.lb.... 4 QRsrk.as 4 1 1 6 Nunnfer. 2 9 4 0 egridgep3 1 0 2 W sonc... 1001 lothoronap 0 6 0 1 Totals. i3 -sT 11 Totals. 3- 1034 i eUatted for bethee* In ininth. lersaun e b0 0 0t 0 G Sl2 I faer ( c). ate nr Jo =,is Dmuwer. Kill.r (3). 6~h:r~w a. and M d r rrore-ot s arri. dhavks ad Rourke (2). base hit.& tV T vim eno . Homearn Miller. itoleh a sen-Judge. Mll . Ghar rty. O'Rourke. ft ori fices- Brower. Mil irt ogrldg. Double plays--shnks and Judge 1arris. Or'Rorke ad Jude. ard nor. Wamby al 'urnh. Lst en bkras WO ef hCleveland,. We on bells me Iaisght p it : byr plev er-fr. bth Metorridge' Sut wnt-3 ot to the butolle fort to iner and Judgeit ratced feyh aere~s teuoaee bag HaR~rris -stopped apthed bal with he lasg lihed hae . a mm o te siged eter Mpperd ind t.ug svt or. Thn icamngBrsw e'sbier ofht the e ntieh Cie itait an the eater daontrto to onheasdehl. ffae arior Mng.riller's bnt wty u to heo ducedio vie seeern w thng GRitfm ambing upros eond. ase. man ae run hodn to edghtesuhtd fom bu slne footin to hird Jung O'raes safey ao rgt. henthey barg. Orre toped atohedolois mith hmelf fillgude aay from Rihe siged to ner.kingr i a. butdhe sporinge. ,hncm rw Witn the .laers coareiton to tag.l MilerSns lg yton "Spokdy.o deThe seondA C afud oneg nrie to heirn liwn thehhrdefelted them aQingly A.Cotin to .Athd on ulle tchedublewt theti. O.ha. scoerin . C. but trie tea fol i t nson A. n lyesaelitdt double teal with lacke 'Rorke, doing this. STANDINGS W. T. Pe0. W. t. Pet. Ceveand. Sit 20 .63 Boston..... 23 S3 .960 Nw Yor, a1 21 .661 St. Louis. 24 So .463 Wash'teso9m . h . 3 3.401 Detrot.... 7.1Pa.. 7334 ., vari II ..M Washingten. 10, Cleveland. L . New York, 12. Detroit. &. - ToDAVIS tiNA Cleveland at Washington. DNew York t 21 Yok. at. LOuW* at Philadelphia. Chicag at Bot . NATIONAL, W. L, P .rot W. L. P. Plttag 0t .67i Brooklyn . 2629 .4 N ew York 33 . Chicago.. 20 16 .436 Louls. 36 t cina l1 I.0 Bostom... 36 34 .511 Phil..... 16 31 .940 T NSTERDAY'i GAMS. Cincinnati. 7; Brooklyn, e. e t. Louis. 4; .ew York 3 Boston. 12; Chicago. 4. TODAY's GAMES. Boten at Chieago. Philadelphia at P&tttburgh. New York at St. Lowta. Brooklyn at Clnolanatt. BANNOCKBURN MEN STAGE UPSETSIN ANNUAL TOURNEY Three Crack Players Are Etimli nated by Unknowns as First Round Is Completed. Three of Bannockburn's best golf Oe furnished surprises in the annual alub touaament first round of play yesterday when they3 failed te run true to form. al Manley, 'Idynn Ratinee and Ia Ea Steele bit the toboga yesterday in approved style, eutalern bandinug them the brown derby. William U. Baker flopped Steele 1 up In 29 holes. 3. z. Taylor tritmed Basil Manley by 3 up and M. C. 'Woodard stopped Lynn Hainee by 3 and 3. The remaining five matches Went through as iexcted. Tern Moore, the miedalist. dpfeated Sames WhIte 4 and 3. George Cunningham finished 7 and 6 on Rt. Hayee while Daniel R. Do Farges won out ever C. .J. Doyle * and 4. Harold Hitobeott was 2 up on John T. Harisi while Dr. T. J. Brown was 1 up on Lee0 Clanon. Three matches In the firet round for the women's champIonship of the Bannockburn Golf and Country Club Were completed yesterday. Mrs. L. L Steele defeated Mrs. J7. R. de Pardes, 5 and 4; Mrs. Booth Peck de teated Mrs. Tom Moore, 3 and 3, while Mrs. 0. T. Cuntningham defeated Miss Alice Phort. 6 and 4. BiO EOE iRE I OF THE WEEK AmmaCAN. Ter . K. . W. Th. V. i.Ti . w. .. , .. .. . .. .. *. *,., ..* * .. .T. U'. Ml. 1 . 5TQ WAT3NAL. .. C .e .. C. .e .. .. *5 .. .. .. .. .. *. Sm m m )F JHAI ~7. who grabbed third while Pat was BABE AND TYR'IS MINGLEHOTLYIN (ILDSUNDAYGAME Cobb Pokes Fun at Ruth's Up turned Nose and Then the Fun Begins. NEW YORK. June 12. - Three hours of slugging, with delays, near lights and the banishment of Donie Bush by the umpire. marked the Sunday victory of the Yaaks over the Tigers. To further inflame a hectic day. there were clashes between Babe and Ty. and "Wally" Rehana and LAw Blue. Ty's firpt sacker. and another near scrao with -Blue and Charley O'Leary, the Tanks' coach, as com batants. and a clash between Buah and Umpire Bill Dineen that led to Bush's banishment. But it was the near-action between Bsae and Ty that aroused real en thuslasm. Ty, who had been enjoying a mer ry riotous Cobb carnival. which means storm and strife and bewilder ment for his opponents, brought it about by publiely "spooAng" the Bambino anent the general contour of the Bambino's nose. Now. the Babe's nose is not 'so long and not so narrow and I tilted upward like his cloud-stinging wallepe. But the Babe, who had been a "movie' hero. considers it rather piquant and re cents derision directed toward it. And Tyrus did just that -publicly and with the aid of pantomine. Ruth rushed upon Cobb. growling like a grizzly. But Bill Dineen pro jected himself between the two de luze baseball prima donnas sand eaved at least one ,of the stare from a slight. tarnish. But Tyrus, still irrepreessl~s6 twit ted the Dambino again in the eixth inning. In this frame the Yank bus ter lined a doul1e to eents. but was out a minute later trying toe l third. Ruth protested asementarily and Cobb. far out in center, whistled and shrieked In glee. When the teams ezohanged aides. Ruth again at tempted a mixup'. but it was disposea of without bloodshed. IWHAT BABE RUTH DIDI AT BAT Season's homers, 13. Total homers, 122. FIRST INNING-Tankees. 0: Tigers. 0; Sutherland pitching-.Beses empty. two out. Ruth up. Ball. low: ball two. inside; foul. strike one; ball three. low ; strike two. missed: ball four. outside. POURTH INNN-Tigers. 2; Yan kees. 0. Sutherland pitching. Babe first hitter. Bll, wide; strike, ealled; foul, strike two; ball two, widEj fouled over right-field stand. Ruth feaned. swinging Viciously. FiFTH INNING-ankee, 4; Tigers. 2. Sutherland pitching. Peck tnpabgh on 'third, none out. Ruth up. Bali. low; ball two, inside; bali three. high. Babe shot homer upper right Aid stand scoring Peohinpaugh SIXTH INNDIG-Yank ee, 6; Tigers. 6. Sutherland Pitching. Base. empty. one out. Ruth up. FouL, strike; ball. high; strike missedj slow ball; ball two, high; ball three. high: fouL. Dabe doubled to center, out stealing third. lGHTH INNING - Tankees. 10: Tiftars. S. Leonard pitching, bases empty, none o~ut. Ruth up. Strike called: ball. high: Babe doubled to rht scoring on Plpp's single to cen ''4 IVI A0 over here y m Ose h tt O'urke, not content with reacha ICARTHY IN FORM ASXMCKERBOCKER LADS TAKE GAME Springer Defeated by Osorge town Lads, Who Stage Come back on Mrylanders. Kniokerbooker Club players are *oming. into their own again. The Gergetown ciubmen have won their last fve starts and yesterday slam med the crek Silver Springs nine for a 9-to-4 score. The knieku went ever from Georgetown. and when McCarthy got going the Springers were completely baffled. Eight hits were allowed by the George'.own hurler, who also fanned aine batters. napr Gelding by both teams featured the contest. "Tootu Wise. of the Knicks. contributed three hits for his team. The Rex Athletto Club players journeyed down to Quantioa, Va.. and handed the Post team a 6-to-3 defeat. Lem Owen was in rare form for the Rezmen. The Quan tico men were defeated once before this season and that time by Georgetown University. In addition to pitching a frst elass contest Owen slammed out three hits. Crosby, pitching for Pine Grove. shut out the Marlboro A. C. yes terday. allowing but two hits and fanning eleven batters. Pine Grove won by 9 to 0. backing uo Crosby with some One fielding and no less than ten safeties. Harlem Wine Again. The Harlem A. C. registered its sixth consecuttve victory yesterday by defeating the Rosedale nine. 4 to 3. Smith's pitching featured for the winners. Stamping Grnd Fe By JODN P. Sela mne knew how to ceut themselves at a soela! event and they know how to act at an mfter noon tea, but kost of them dont know how to get along at a pub ic dance hall.. Ysgo up to a powder pal ad ask her if yes may have the usgt daee, ad she's celder than an Eskida .ther--law. Then some other guy will crash up to her and say: "I got this strug ge with you, ain't I?" Then she smiles and elings tighter to him than a poet to a doughaut. After the danes he takes her ever to the .ettSS aleus the well and If thre'sroom for heth .t them eni he lets her Bit down, too. If she ~ets tired of standin he goes around anid tries to find her a crutch. If the polite stay gets up ad of fes her his eat her esoert snhee him in the nose febeing sarcasi. It costs you two and a half eents to go on the danee. Aeor and get erushed for three minutes. Yoe# can get crushed all day in the subway for a niskel. Seme of the giasis whog to these -aae are wmeflto. dasers. T .5 dome. s every b~aesa e5s -s thkea or end of the same play. UtaTM r third safety, trAi to'seeft when. WESTERN COW OVER AMA Because mnet of the communits man succeed there has always been tain perewtage of the "most to et summer time, for money, by a .ele They have bees at it again in t on the pat of a conferenee-the middle Weast--to overlook student i conferees is an ociatio= of, coed Bdely, it is argued that if a earn $400 or $00 to help him in is aitecorrect for him to use hIs funds o dneng his brains. summer , for such it has themselves as purists. Western newspapers are beginning to make assertions that Western col. lege athletics are honeyeombed with this sort of thing. It seems to have developed during war-time to a great or degree than ever it existed before. There have been three or fenr notable resignations of studoit- who were found to have transsiesed the rules of amateurtism. and a number of es46 have been investigated. it is initimat ed. the ofenders have been proved guilty and have quietly stepped out of athletic squads with an excuse of lack of time, or something of that sort. DIscrUsOr VxUxCussAnY. T enter into any dismesion as to whether or not his amateur standing is lost time. It would be just as sane to argue that a barber who re ceives his fee does not receive it. or to assert that man with two feet in reality has only one. The college professor who can conden cigarette smoking as a vice and cannot see that the receipt of money to play baseball is simply being hired to play baseball is hopeless. The way to get at the questien of summer baseball Is to. aocept it logi cally. If it is right for a oellege man to re ceive money to sign his name to a contract to play profession.1 base ball and then to play it under an other name. and to go to college aft erward and play on the collegs team, hal k Ndthag' But a ir Unoffending To.s MEDBURY. 'Ibey stand al yea feet ad save their owi A dame will stead on e of your leather dog houses for sa hear sad you have to wait for some body to come along and intro duce you to her so that you ean ask her to step off. A bird with a wodenatue Is the only bird who ean -1 himself at one of thesete3f ohorean terminals. But even then thle chances are that somne femi aletripper would stand on his hth foot.era Why not wear fitele~jare eu shoes, "Keep Of M et Some Interloper steps all over your shine and you don't know whether he's careless or working for some shoe4 or. He ay be like the thag who mused to knock year teeth out and then give you a oerd to his brother, who was a dentist. The only difference between the thug and the dentist wans tst the thug robbed you without a liense. Bu't these strugge studio, are working for the pattrn, and after this when you give them a dollar to pay for your ad.4..lem thagil in N-. JIN T1 the ball ge a. fromn $6e Jws' TThe demon es GESS ABUZZ 'EUR QUESTION wishes to ae an vnergete a diposition on the part of a lo theplng of basebas is 6 aund =athlete . e West, where there Is a , aft conferences galore in adulgeace in sunner basebasl. goilgeboy emaa a baseballn sd ~is etdes the f lowing wibtur, It an his arms to vlde v the c it, to be comnd ed for bis' been called 4w those who cennsdM it is right 4 thall player to accept tror &r j a Sunday for sunday pruoessiona football games while his own season Is on. If summer baseball i right them it Is right for Stephenson of the Cleve ands. world champions, to go bick to Alabama next fall and play feot ball, provided he to still a student of Alabama. If summer baseball is right thet Is an reason in the world why a mnm er of the Tale or Harvard football squad cannot play base W during the summer season with Wew York er Boston or Connie Mack and go back In the fall and play football with the home folks. If a fellow can obtain $1,500 for hitching up with Detroit for the sum mer time and be considered an amateur what is there to prevent him frnm being a member of the Illinois track team the next spring? An agreement which in fulfilled to pay a college man $75 a week for laying a baseball game on Saturday with the Hotel do Lue team does not forbid him from playing basketball In the winter with Boston or Worcester or Amherst or any other Institution. On the other hand, if a chap can get $7% or $100 for playing summer baseball on Saturday or Sunday why should ay purist howl besause he takes S14 every time he plays winter baSketbalT? What to there about basketball whieh ig more unrighteous than baseball? --P AND PAVE If akingda b e runs is worth $100 a week. wby wouldn't making traok -ecords b Wrth $100 a week if thefe were same athietle club which want ad a fine young athlete as a weekly attraction? In other words. what ,s there about baseball which sanctions the payment of salaries. to the exclu sion of the payment of salaries for football and basketball, and ie hockey, and some other sports whish, even if they are not as popular as baseball. are almost so. and certainly ave their right to be considered. if only for fair play. It may not be necessary fee the' Uited States to define an amateur as rigidly as one Is dedned In Enga ut It is not neoessary for the Us tates to maake Itself an international aughing stock by assuning that a ired athlete Is also an aateur athlete. There is nothing about the mnere fact of playing sunmmer baseball chat is discreditabie. If a college mak w'ishes to play summer basebali aed an get anything out of it for his personal gain it is his royal privIlege, DO IT 3ZG3T. But the moment that cash,' eel latefal, cheeks. ducate, bank notes, whatever roU wilL is paid to a ollege an to exploit his athletic skill that oment the man becoines a prof. sonal athlete, and all the erastri wanufactured by the ecoabined rub ber companies of the world cannet rase that fact. If the West, or any part of the Eagt. wishes to indOrse summier basebalL, all well and good; but indorse It properly and do not try to camoeuflage the seie by declarinlgf that its partiei. ants are amateurs, and alo give to the football players, the basketball players, the hockey players. and edn f the others the same privileges that are given to the summer baseball play rs, then abolish al. amateur sports everywhere. What Ia Gehenna would be their Lcuse? Filipinos Win Slugfst. The return game which was played between the Old Filipinos and the oluabian teamn yesterday Oh die ind No. I, Monument grounde, nded 24 to 15 in favor of the Oil Filipino. Will Oet A. A. IMeet. Washin gtoes Canoe Club wilt prob bly handele the outdoor A. A. U. meapnalp .wtinnag= ma e .rmaul ' dsbr. Re ddm',as Cad T. 0s pOPes rigit betr. PNTOMAS TO'ROW EPNE ODAY Mcox WI| Plk Two Mg hte Thi Week to TkO Part In People's Regatt The. Potemae Boat Club earnema are working set daily to preparatinS for the st event in which they have entries. the People's Regatta, en the ebtuylkill river. Phlaedelphia, the Fourth of July. Clos onto the hoe of the People's Is the Southera Re gatta at Baltimore. July 1o in which tia Potomaca have eatiles In nearly cTery event. Coaoh Hecox Is planning to sed a senor Ad junior eight to Phild"l -hia. and he has a beet of inatdM to pick from for both esewe. Oliver. Seannell. Kurt,. deorge Nfttdri. Dotsett. Thompeon. Supple, erger. Andy Huttorly - and Jaok Shery are the senior club members who ae try ing for places in the eight, mad as they all appear to be in great form. I ey are haviag a merry time of It. 311esox eXpecto to decide the right combination this week and he will then get busy molding them late shape #or the streusous -battle that tbey expect to have on the Pourth. In so far as the oezswain is sea oerned, that podtton is settled "Ehorty" Eiat, who has seat asay a winning eIght over the line. will hba ele the ropee. The elab Is well blessed with taste rial for the junior eight, a al the Central e011 eeMbere are eligible.. There are several other high school lade who are &Uwas to gain a cov etOd piace In the shelL Besides. there are about tweaty4ve other niembers t the i.* in the fght for ftI elyeight -pOSItio in the boat. I a merry aght en for the of Oewalb of the juster Oft 'betten "Shetd" Hayes add '-Pherty Bmee, the midget quarter beek at Telbaksal Rigt. The pepoed elese raatta that wa to have been held Isturda after am:ea em the Tidal Bae kne been jetp" ed until the latter Pgrt of July. ewig to the fact that Coach 1e" did not censider It advisable 14 split up hie crows, which he would asedeearIly have to do. just prior to th regattas at Philadelphia and Sal tumors. db YALEGREONTE TOLD TO RPR ON SEPTMBE19 Head Coach Tad Jones Sends Out Noties to 19fty-nino OCdidats. 113W HIAvUr, oa., hueo 1s. Plains for the prettethary fail trt Ihg of the Yale football squad were anuounced yesterday by Read Ceaeh Tad Jehee after a cnference with Caspt. NMeolmn Aldrich and the eze tlve comebing esa, including Dr. 3111y Bull ad Charley fraft. lie atated that be baa sat out metleog to fifty-nine candidates to report at Yale Field, Septemaber 10. This is only a week -before 00 universtty open. for the fall totU and ten da am later than the squad haa reportd in ten yearn. Joinee esit the stayers through mere than two montha' spring work, dismiddag them finally on May 15. Jones came bore last 1reek from his home in Ohio and eempleted plans for the callIag ot the sauad La peptemnber. Reard A. 1reme6 U Co. P..015a, dat as 3..