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~A JULY 191. HU A, JAM
n nn g pab Rut, who appaes to be e Os way
OWNs teesed TSnes Is help.wo rt bes run
Intmrerd, is writing for The fs myROgu
G e ._-.
The 'Mi will bb St Nop 9
seotiona, :half i baV
hafoo, '.pa , 4Aeen
At 1.ent rs
qualnhinsg is . will play
thr6iigh sevep e hoje. 61teen
o* Frida e "OI a tr
day, fqr 'th proper.
The dolumblt ry Club has
served notice 'thdt bdblaning to
raorrow the course will be closed
save for those competing in the
The names of two hundred and
aineteen golfers are sent down
from headquarters in New York.
Seventeen additional entries have
been received but are not ialuded
1s the l1 ilhich follows:
Cyril Nughen, Lancaster Country
Club, Pennsylvania; William Macfar
lAne, Oak Ridge Golf Cibb. Tuckahoo,
N.- Y.; Arthur E. Reid, Ardsley Club.
Ardsley-on-lludson, Ii. Y.; James C.
Fergusoti, pring Lake Golf and Coun
try Club. New Jersey; Jack JoLjy, un
attached, blewark, N. J; Tom Boyd,
Fox Hill& Golf Club, Stapleton, S. I.;
Franik Bellwood, Garden City Golf
Club. Long Islnd'; Nelson Whitney,
Reuben G. Bush. Jr.. Audobon Golf
Club. New- Orleans, Ia.; Robert A.
Cruekshantv aseex County Country
Club, West e, N. J.; Gil Nichols,
unattached, PN*idence, R. L; Charles
H. Rowe, tmil Loeffler, . emOnt
Country ylisely - ty*Wck
D koyl*, New Jmeev;
Jack F Breeok nt
Club, Weins '1 re",e.
Trenton Cououub New Jey;
R. W. Treact. Dedtile Cofatry Club.
Illinois; Joseph KIrkwood. J. Victor
Bast. Melbourse, Australi Gunner
Nelson, Lafayette Country Club. In
diana; Charles P. Dtschler Maryland
Country Club, Avligton,. Md.; John
Golden. u W u New York;
Capt. C Wth, Intrs'
Country ' ' ,' L;bb Ere
demus, Sail Fipe Cothatf Ciry. a el
Rio, Tex.; Eugene K. Mcfarthy, sr
ida Country. Club, Ortbga. Fla.I om
Skipper, Rollitig Road, Golf Club,
Catonsville. Md.; Wilfred Thompson,
Country Club of Virginia. Riohmond.
Va.; Eddie' Lo6e, Revisiod Country
Club. Homewood, 111.
W. V. Hoarp, - Tedesao Country
Club, Beach BlutA-Mase.; Charles W.
Hall, Countt dsub, Birminghlm, AlA.:
W. C. Sherwood, D. D. Hackney.
Mound Builders' Country Club. New
ark, Ohio; Alex Cunningham, Toledo
Country Club. Ohio: W. H. Cox. Ma
rine and Field Club. Brooklyn. N. Y.;
Joseph Seka. Jr., Cedarbrook Country
Club. Philadelphia, Pa.; D. K. White,
Syllvania Golf Club, Ohio; M. J.
Brady, Oakland Hill Country Club.
Birmingham. Mich.; R. T. Jones. Jr.,
Atlanta Athletic Club, Georgia; James
Donnachie, Hagerstown Country Club,
Maryland; Dan Goss, North Adams
Country Club, Massachusetts; George
T. Sayers, Marion Golf Club, Ard
more, Ps.: S. M. Newton, Country
Club of Virginia. Richmond, Va.: Rob
ert C. McKimmie, unattached. 'Wash
ington, D. C.; Dave Thompson. Wash
ington Golf and Country Club. Rose
lyn. Va.; Harry Hampton, Brooklands
Golf and Country Club, Rochester,
Mich.: Alex Smith, Shenecossett Coun
try Club. Groton, Conn.; Louis Tel
lier, Bras-Burn Country Club. West
Newton. Mass,; Matt Jans. Evanston
Country Club. Illinois; James West,
Rockaway Hunt Club, Cedarhurst, N.
Y..; James Spencer. Washington Mu
nielpal Course, District of Columbia:
0. A. Terry, Chevy Chase Club, Mary
land; Charles H. Mayer, Edgewater
Golf Club. Chicago, Ill.; T. J. Ra Joppi,
Maplewood Country Club, New Jer
sey; Isaac S. Mackie, Canoe Brook
Country Club. Summit, N. J.
John Cowan, Oakley Coutry Club.
Watertown, Mass.; Fred Baroni.
Mountou'r Heights Country Club, Ci
raopolis, Pa.: Eddie Meyers, Aheta
comet Golf Club, Providence. R. I.:
(Qeorge Dernback. Agawam Hurt
Club, Providence, I. I.; Grantlang
Rice, Englewood Country Club, New
Jeresy; Archile Capper. unattaciaed,
New York city; CarlI Anderson,
Broniville, N. Y.; Frank Cooper.
Colonla Golf Club, New .sersey: Fred
McLeod, D'Arcy Banagan, columbia<
Country Club, Washington. D. C.:
Joseph Stein. Nashua Country Ciub. I
New Hampshire; Fred Brand, Alle
gheny Country Club, Sewickley, Pa ;
George Kerrigan, White Beecher
Golf and Country Club, Haworth, N. t
J.; B. Warren Corkran, D. Clarke
Corkran, Baltimore Country Club.
1(land Park. Md.; Leo Diegel, Lock- .
moor Club, Detroit, Mich.; Jack Stait.
Hartford Golf Club. Connecticut;:
James E. Davis. Jr., William C. Bha-I.
lantyne, Columbia Country ciub,.
Washington, D. C.; Thomas .1. Ha,
mon, jr., Nudson River Country I
Club, Yonkers. N. Y.; R. L. Finkeun
staedt, Columbia Country Club, Wash- (
Intgton, D. C.; Tom Burke, River Crest y
Club. Port Worth, Tex.; Gien. 8ara
men, Titusville Country Club, Penn
Willie Park, Mount Bruno Golf ,
Club, Montreal, Can.: Al Watrous, Red y,
Run Golf Club. Royal Oak, Mich.; Bill y
Seott, Baltithere Cotuntry Club, Ro- a
land Park, Nd.; Frank McNamara, y
Cherry Valley Club. Garden City. N. F
Y.; John A. Park. Maidatone Club.
l'aathampton, N. Y.; A. J. Randerson, c
.;leepy Hollow Country Club, Scar
horo, N. Y.; John J1. Farrell, Quaker v
Ztidge Golf Club, Mamaroneck, N. Y.: C
Garry Ketcham, South Shore Fieldn
Club. Bay Shore, N. Y.: Fred Miley, n*
Momestead Golf Club, Danvera, Mass.: C
yred G. Cahausa, West Point Golf I,
MMsas, WATOsE, JEWLRY ~
s..h End .r ituar.
r .C AuSE S
and swjateur, with of 'i
ed amatews, as Cmad n
. listed a~ m ahe as 'for the
bip of Am toaanent
tis Golf Associatfiels, be'p,
eyCbGo Md.. )iegIiftf T11esiday
Club, 'ew York; Fropk Phil
adlphia, Country Club, ,= , P.:
Walte0 Howe, Tatnuck Country Club,
Woroeater, Mass.I George Uowden,
Ifamilton Country Golf Club. Cincin
nati, pLo; Alex Campboel, Losanti
ville ountry Club, Cinclinti, Ohio;
Max R. Marston. Merion Crickiet Club,
Haiqsford, sP : Chris J. MoGrath.
Commonw* * C~untr6 Club, Chest.
nut Hill, Mas.; Reber T. Rarnett,
Tiredytrink, Coun Club, *"lI, Pa.;
Frank T. Nprose, n4ry C. b. Mont
gomiry, Ala.t'-W.. 3Trovinger,
Bloostfilld Hills # Club, Birm
Ingham, Mich.: 1. . 1Ca, Glen
Ridge Country Club, Ne w Jersey;
Rrnest Anderson, LMwase Park
Country Club, Broaytlle, t4, Y.: Louis
Chiappetta, Woodway. Ce4utry Club.
Springdale, Coon.: James' N. Roche,
tlkridge Club, Woodbftok, Md.
Alex Ross. Detroit Golf Club,
Michigan; George M. Gordan. Wan.
r.amolsett Country Club, Provi.
dence, R. I.; Andrew Campbell,
Springhaven Club, Wallingford, Pa.;
Joseph Bylvester, St. Albans Golf
Club. New York; E. L, Ryall,
Waumbeck Golf Club, Jefferson, N.
H.; James R. Thompson, Overbrook
Golf Club, PenbMivanls- Charles
L. Ryan, Town and Cooarty Cluo,
Washingtoa, D. C.; -eorge J.
Voight. unattached. Wabington, D).
C.; John T. Shea, Kernweod Country
Club. Salem. Mass.; George B.
Clark. Greenbrier Golf Club. White
Sulphur Uprings; Barney T. Kel
ley. Greembeter 'Golf Club, Wnate
Bulphu L Springs; A. J. Iatale,
Counto Club of Lansdowse. Pa.; j.
Edm pdh, North HUlS Country
Club, ' rth. Glenside, Pa.; a. G.
Mactosiald, 1o3 o' Link Golf Club
Highland Park, Ill.; Pat O'Hara.
Richmeod Country Club, Dongan
Hills. N. Y.; Alf F. Hackbalh, Park
Ridge Country Club, Illinois; Alfrel
MoCutcheon. Marine and Field Club,
Brooklyn ,N. Y.; Frank H. Hoyt,
XnWWes' CoNat , CWb. Roslyn, N.
-; L X- .- DaO atngieers' Coun
try Club, RosFyn, N. V. .L Inglis,
Fairvteid Oountr Club, *: mlmator.l.
N. Y.; 8eottb Robson, 1radford
Country Club, Pennsylvania; Charles
I. Murray. Royal Montreal Golf
Club. Dixie, Quebec, Canada; Peter
O'Hern, Shackanazon Country Club,
Westfield. N. J.; Wilbur Mack, Si
waney Country Club, Mount Vernon,
N. Y.; 'Willis * ftk, UnM$ed, 1an
Arthur K. DeMane~6*(g eow Golf
Club, Great Neck. N. Y.: J. C. Daig
flesh, Echo Lake Country Club, tvest
herd, N. J.; George Sargent, Scioto
Country Club, Columbus, Ohio; Frank
Waugh. Columbus Country Club,
Ohio; H. H. Thomas, Charlotte Coun
try Club, North Carolinap Ramsay
Hunter, New Castle. Paa; Willian
Braid, Vpper Montclair Country iub,
New Jersey; Richard Beattie, Ban
nockburn Uolf Club, Washington, D.
C.; Don M. Parker, Garden City .oif
Club, New York; George Norrie, un
attached, Newark, N. J.; Jack Pirie,
Woodmere Club. New York; J.
Mitchell, Montclair Golf Club, New
Jersey; Jack Beckett, Yountakah
Country Club, Nutley, N. J.; Jessie
P. Guilford, Woodland Gojf Club.
Auburndale, Mass.; Herbert Martin.
N. Y. Athletic Club, New York city;
Tom McNamara, Siwanoy Country
Club, Mt. Vernon, N. Y.; J. A. Bott,
7ambridge University, England; 1. 1j.
White, Cambridge University, Ung
land; P. 0. Hart, Marietta, Ohio; W.
7. Gordon, Chillicothe Country C-ub,
3hio; John Edmundson, Llanerct
Jountry Club, Manoa, Pa; i,,aic
rowns, Shannopin Country ' Club.
Pittsburgh, Pa.; James D. 8tanutsh.
Ir.. Lochmope Club, Detroit *aich,;
kleek Gerard, Oakland %.olf Club,
3ayside, N. Y.; W. T. Green, Rumson
ountry Club, New Jersey; .'ohn J.
dcKenna, Belleelair Golf and Coun
ry Club, Bayside, N. Y.
William Mackie. Danv'i ge Golf Club,
,irginia: Howard Walton, Chain
align County Country Club, Illinois;
leorge McLean, Grassy Sprain Golf
'lub. Bronxville, N. Y.; M. J. O'Lough
in, Plainfield Golf Club, New Jersey;
t. J. Brown, Glen Springe Hotel, Wat
in., N. Y.; Jack Dowling, Scarsdale
lolf Club, Hartedale, N. Y.: Frank
dams, Westward Ho Golf Club, Chi
ago, Ill.; William Gourlay, Suburban
'lub, Elizabeth, N. J.; George Blagg,
akeside Country Club. Richmond,
'a.; Charles Mothersele, Weeburn
olf Club, Noroton, Con n.; Edward
'ooper, New Brunswick Golf Club,
ew Jersey; Cyril Walker. Englewood
blf Club, New Jersey; Jack Gordon,
ountry Club, Buffaio, N. Y.; Walter
Ieckett. Norfolk Country Club, Vir
Joe Novak, Spokane Country Club,
t'aehington; J. Douglas IEdgar.
'ruid Hills Golf Club, Atlanta. Ga.;
. Galligan, Milburn - Country Club,
laldwin, N. Y.; W. J7. Damon, Wood.
*y Country Club, Montgomery,
la.; W. M. 1aeach. Meirchantviite
ountry Club, New Jersey; George '
.Jacobus, Ridgewood Countr
lub, New J7ersey; Leonard G
oos, Standard Country Club, Loul.-(
ille, Ky.; John 0. Anderson, 81-(
'aney Country Club, Mt. Vernon, '(
.Y.: George Duneen. Hangert
:111 Golf Club. England; Abe
itchell, North , Foreland Golf Club. r
ngland; David McKay. Pittsburgh 1
teld Club, Aspinwall. Pa.; Harry J, .
arris, Fairlawn Heights Golf F
lub. Ohio; Frank - E. Ggg, Ingle- I
de Country Club, Gieorgia; J, s. tc
'orthington, Siwaney Country I
ub, Mt. Vernon, N. Y.; Jack Ken- C
,dy, Country Club, Pittsburgh, Pa. C
sorge Duke, Laurel CAI, Luuntry 1:
ub. Suffolk, Va.; A. N. Macjar- h
nd. Philadelphia Cricket Club, Penn- C
Ivania; ,William D. Robinson. Phila
Iphia Cricket Club, PennsyLvania; (C
sorge C.''I'urnbull, Midlothian Coun- C
y Club, Blue Island, Ill.; Jame's F. ii
krberry, La Grange Country Club, N9
O range., Ill.; Dave Spittal. Glen P.
ew Country Club, Chicago. Ill.: Tom I
snnett. OlIympia Fields Country 'T
ub. Mattison, Ill.: Robert McAnorf, .1
ast McAvoy, Ohio; J. A. Roseman, U
eatmoreland Country Club, Evans- Is
nt Ill.- Hugh . Go..n.% P.ak Golf N
,mpy aov- 'II
NEW YORK, July 9.-The old
be legislated oat of boxing.
er or later, just as sure
fighting will get the game o il
40po11"sor 1 is the .variota
It's t so thag he bo
couraged. Wha's the use of bein
a more rugged opponent, who won
walk into him, clinch with one ha
him witlh the other
The Dempsey-Carpentier fight fur
ninhed an example. I am not mention
ing this with the thoug t of taking
anything fr6m beaposey'q vietory or
criticising him In the Mighteat. Nor
am I making any attempt to smooth
out any part of Carpentier's defeaL
But there is an illustration here.
STRENGTH VS. SIKILl
Carpentier surrpised every one by
the kind of a fight he made. When
he walked Into Dempsey and started
fighting him at his own game eveh
the champion was nonplussed. But
that was what Dempsey wanted. He
simply advanced to moet Carpentier
with both hands held in readiness to
start working like piston rods in
olose quarters and about half the
time the champion belted Carpentier
in the midriff while blocking or hold
ing him With the other.
Carpentler, of course, tried to do the
same but he had not the otrength to
ope with Dempsey and got the workt
of it. In fact, Georges ww Uadly
burt in the very first round.
Had I been in Fraicois DesOamP's
shoes as manager of the Frenchman,
I would have demanded, when the
rnatch was first made, that holding
and hitting in the clinches must be
barred altogether. I'll admit that
Tack and Georges made no trouble
!or Referee Ertle. They broke with
>ut being asked to rio so, but they
>oth held and hit in zlose qarters.
Carpentier made a mistake by not
rowding eoes to Dempsey in the
:linches Ijistad of bowing hi. back
Lnd giving Dempsey an ideal targbt
n his mideseeos for thoe t~rride
edy punehee of his.
No dpubt If he had it to do over
tLin Gerges would fight quite dif
erently and he would demand that
he busine.. of hitting with one arm
ree be put under the ban.
Ilub, Buffalo, N. Y-. Joe Matthews,
*isslon Hills Country Club, Kansas
'ity, Mo.; William Crevy, Hillcrest
loif and Country Club, Kansas
~ity, Mo.; J. W. Keenney, Birming
arm 0of Club, Birmintham, Mich.;
Ullie Ogg, Worcester Country Club,
Vorcester,' Mass.; Henry J. Tepping.
reenwiech Country Club, Green
v'ich, Conn.; Thomas D). Armour,
cotland; Jesse W. Sweetser, Ards.,
ey Club, Ardslbay-on-Hudson. N. Y.
James A. Kennedy. Kansas City,
10.; George Ayton, Kahawaki Golft
lub, Mfontresl. Can.; H. H. Beckett,
apital City rountry Club, Atlanta,
In.; Jock Hutc'hison, Glen View Couan
ry Club, Chicago. Ill.; Walter Ha.
en. New 'fork, N. y.; Charles Hoff
er, Pitiladelphiia, Pa.; Emniet French,
oungstown Country Club, Youngs
)wn, Ohio: William Mdehlborn,
hreveport Country Club, Shreveport,
s.: Tom Kerrigan. Siwanoy Country .
lub, Mit. Vernon. N. Y.; Clarence H.
ackney, Country Club of Atlantic
ity, N4. 3.; Wilfred Reid. Wilmnington
ountry Club, Wilmington. Del.; Jim
arnes, Peiham Country Club, Pel
am, N. Y.; Alex. Chisholm, Portland
nuantry Club, Portland, 1Me.
Tom Edward, East Palestine,
hio; Dan Kenny, Olean Country
lub, Olean, N. Y.; F. A. Glodoheug,
.Nashville Golf and Country Cl,,b,
ashvillle, Tenn.; Charles Evans, Jr.,
diewater Golf Cluh, Chicago, 1ll.;
lillie .Kidd, Minneapolis, Minn.
nm Stevens, Minneapolis, Min.,
ick Burke, Town and Country Club,
Paul, MiAtt.; Xst -Cowie, Beth
** ? D.4
custom of holding and hitting should
as my name is Jim, this method of
I repute and it i, up to those who
tS to start a campaign
who by nature is clever isa
d clever when a slower and pehaps
be easy for the clever boxer, can
id and pummel the daylights out of
EMPIRE CITY ENTRIES
FIRST RACF-Five and a half fur
longs. Radical. 108; Dick Deadeye.
112: Wreckless. 106; Timbrel, 105;
"Kirtle. 98; Margaret White, 100: *Red
Tqm, 102; Reparation, 113; Lady Delhi.
102; Sweepy, 107; Marsdale. 113; San
SECOND RACE--One mile and a six
teenth. Phalars. 100: *Tufter. 104;
Sammy Kelly. 114; Black Thong. 111;
Bantry. 111: American Boy, II: Gipsy
Lad, 103: *Rockport 112: Knight 6f
the Heathr. 98: Pickwick. 111: *Old
Dad, 104; Herd Girl. 104; *Dark Hill,
109: Fantoche. 106; Walnut Hall, 111;
. THIRD RACE--Five and a halt fur
bangs. Beeswax. 100; Penitent, 109;
Sidlus. 100; ~Shorando. 112; Nancy F.,
116: My Reverie. 119; Rose Brigade.
FOURTH RACE---On mile and sev
enty yards. Recount. 110: *Sedgeftald.
08: Penrose, 106: Knobble, 120; *Court
ship. 6.; oyce Pools. 106.
FTFTH RACE-About six furlong.
Pibroch, 111; Equator, 107; Flypaper,
107; Carjine. 101: P. T. Barnum, 102;
Granny leo, 111; Mis Rankin, 96;
Arrowhead 113; Lon Joleur. 107:
Marle Maxhim. 108: Foam. 95: Mumbo
Jumbo, 111; Liberty Girl. 10: Actress,
111; Lloyd George, 107; Tidings, 99
Blue. Belie. 107; Hard Guess, 102:
*Shandon, 102: Celtic Lase. 92; Wedg
wood, 95; Tan 24, 113: Yeoma..tte,
101: Tlngaling, 107.,eLiquid Fir., 106;
Optimnism, 101: Jago, 111; Midlan, 109:
Machipe Gunner, 100; Perigourdine,
111: Turnabout, 106: Rustler, 106; Ros
R., 106: Mandalay, 107.
S1XTH RA C E--On, mile. Quo
,Creek, 112: Parader, 110: Gray Lag,
30' Dimmeadale, 110; Houyhnhnam, 113:
Knobble, 130; Dry Moon, 113; Faunus,
Weather clear. Track taat.
SEVEUNTHl RACE- pianche Mae,
93 (Fields), 327.30, $10,30, $3.30. won;
Brotherly Love. 110 (Connelly), 66.30,
54.20, second; Paris Maid, 114 (Gar
ner), $5.30, thIrd. General Haig,
Rtedmon, Donna Loriette, Ben Valet, I
Mint Cat, also ran.]
WILL- START SEPTEMBER 1
B3TRANT', W. Va., July 0,.-The.
Bethany College football teaMs will
start its pre-season training oa the
flrst of lieptember. accordIng to the
}efest plans of the managers. Abo
lItion of the training season was
rnsidered, but due to the fact that f
Itethany meets W. A J.. one of the t
heaviest teams on her schedule int
the season's opener, It vas declded '
hat the men should go through a!*
raIning season. The camp will be C
eld in Bethany, as heretofore, a
Usthany . carries on her schediett
big -year W. & 3., Navy, George- i
own. West Virginia Wesleyan, Upi-|E
rersity of Dayton, University of Buf. I
ale, Grove City College, Marietta a~
eallege and Juniata College, fi
Trinity Books Game.
Trinity A. C. players, fourteen-year- p
31d claas, wants games. Manager Nor- 1
uan Hilleary. 1720 Thirty-fourth f
treet, northwest, asks the Ranidall, C
rhdepend ents. Oriole. and Laagdens
ed ,the Bu
Central High Track
Team Manager Is
Going to Penn
KARL E. ZARRELI
Sueessful handler of Central High
School's track fortunes during the
last sehefl year who will matricu
late at Pennsylvania after he has
spent the summer in the service of
the United States Coast and Geo
EMPIRE CITY RESULTS
FIRST RACE-Run Star. 114 (Met
-al), 6 to 1, 2 to 1. even, won; Akun
Iti. 14 (Sande), 2 to 1. 4 to 5, second;
CMough Jordan. 114 (Carroll). 2 to 1
Lhird. Picnic, Wild Deuce. Mad Nell.
Draft, Daniel A. and Nose Dive also
SECOND RACE-Thunderclap. 126
[Sande), 2 to 7, out, out, won: Krewer,
L17 (Fator), out. out, second; Dimmes
tale, 106 (Turner), 2 to I, third.
[.Ueiair, Thunderstorm. Houyhnhnm
THIRD RACE-Despair, 100 (Cal
ahan), 8 to 1. even, 2 to 8. won; Cumi
lab, 109 (Fator), 3 to 5, 1 to 6. see.
mad: Welifinder, 100 (Penman), 4 to
, third. Sea Cove, Courtship also ran.
FOU7RTH RACE-Tellow Band, 115
Miller). S to 1, 3 to 2. 1 to 2, won:
Ludacious, 129 (Kumtmer), 1 to 3, 1
o 6, second; Mad Hatter, 132 (Sande),
to 6. third. Lanius, Blames also ran.
FIFTH RACE-Decvastation. 116
Kummer), 11 to 8, 3 to 8. 1 to 8 won;
ook Scot, 114 (Sande), 2 to 5, i to 6,
econd; Ameriacn Boy 110 (Babin),
to 5. third. Queen Blonde, 'liooper.
pisode, Claque, Pantouche also ran.
SIXTH RACE - Morvich, 116
Keogh). 3 to 2o, out, out,, won; Sid
real, 109 (Kelsey), 1 to 8, out. seo
nd; Missionary, 106 (Schuttinger),
ut, third. Nose Dive also ran,
AJOIE ROUNDS UP 17
OLD BASEBALL STARS
CIEVET.AND, July 9-Nap Lajoie, c
er years preinieer second sacker of
Ne American lAague and the idol of
he Cleveland fans, has seventeen I
eteran ball players lined uap for the I
Old Timers" game, which is to be one f
f the features of Cleveland's 138th a
nniversary celebration, July 22 to 30. t
Lajois's latest recruits are Bobbyi
Vallace, who is coming from Indc-1
endence, Kan.; George Cuppy, from I
lkhart, Ind.; Charlie Hickman. from I
rorgantown, W. Va.; and Neal Ball.
oum New Haven. Conna. Bomne tirne
ro "leetfoot" Harry Bay sent word
om Peoria. 111., that he would be ~
are. Cy Young. the only hig league r
Itcher ever known tn Win hOe gamee *
a a prnfessinana career, sent word r
om Paoil, Ohio, that he would pitch, i,
nd pitoh nine innings.
Opponents for the "Old Timers" a
eve not heen definitely selected a3
W S Mswi MOWN
IVA tt A
A, Gewo cue SAL- -
D E MPSEY JEU;
Jack DeOnpIey next oeait il
be Jess Willard. He is ilf, heo
ftTax Rickard may Wr
VEto l, JLabog
mat&h wud be asade w kr
There is no immediat prospeiil
No less anatho than E&
a ht, is for th
Kane admitted, "but Tomn Can bit just
an hard. Tom will surely beat Car
pentier if they ever mt.
"Tom will be the next to give Demp
sey a real battle. Willa~rd. In & joke.
nlut I won't agree to Tom maeeting
Dempsey befnre next summer. Why?
Because It takes time tor onei great
fight to die down and to work up
intereit tn another. Tom will knock
over a me of the other boy& and then
we'll go after Dempsey."
The general pinion is that a
Dempsey-Gibbons match will not be
taken seriously unless Gibbons beats
moms good men In the next few
A mat between Gibbons an Bill
Brennan might furnish the "logical
sontender." Dempsey says Bresnan
is the best man he has ever foughL
A MODEET CIIIAMPION.
Dempsey e a modest charpion Me
Iw too sensitive himself to car his
Datempts to obtain privacy to the point
tif rudeness. but since the fiht he
has been less accessible than he was
Saturday night, while wel-wishers
aknd anxious interviewers were milling*
pround in the lobby of the
rom wil hbe ute upttoe and emp-te
suey wt ral bate. itlart. iendo.
f'ltk, wonompagred to Todd men
rnd masybore naer, summle CWty.
B'eraue iat tae timearo one Te
firt toine ddn wand to workg uis
iothres ind aoter Tobrbe wto kene to
hver romen the othe boy wadten
rdered goinner Dempse."
Onhy wenra piod dis talk
bthe seulht ls. Gbo. et
Hims grot enesin te onet ofrew
>At h mad bewenibbdnthad heila
>ryntand mind ouid the beatenl
conteidr" Dep: ay rna
"Welps, Iba desht chapin. sae
istoo senintleve himself an i
"Drdees ut so ith tht fight?"e
nauireenls Waeibwn. hewa
"Wn l trinin afnng.igabu
'Yourdalow nisawthie weingshters
han andiou s iyou iwers e tiibac
artuhng the lMy reoflteionmnta
he cbpo dido iself inae, a
rom his siteuh i and ad tuted
tuiplay wiafew taintae reks
ut micalcaed rmy footseg he I
oor Maor thd rindea ovAtredi withy.
Theck wayter m ofn hadim. Tn.e
ert thihe dai was tofr oing hi
:than. had orer based to tsAerpo.
eroom. Theth walledha maiter a
ook slowdin th for s rond
adl he mpresse thad Iwas talk
mgo a theck fitrg
"Ahow, firdnt geivw~e wt the
lowentinandedrtand rin ge -
ight wo thea inttn Mabt hea -as
ord trained an oent bt beaten.
"Well, Jws datr was illayf
alnie' Waen Brwnsr.
"Well.it'We ol fun y tig taot
s-o aem, W
F O fUP* P91
a champioahlp bout will prbably
rem, to meet Harry Wills or Tom
beek for sa enemsM with Dsapeer
It will be sbat Taid
"11 ifa i
of a amatch bstw Dempey sad
a Sasw manager of the St. Paul
stcateet. _ _ _
"Did you sey that to Carpentler?"
Oh. no." he replied. "only to my
self. That tight really gave me a
lot of conS en.. I knew he had
e'erything on it. and I could see
that he was surprised who. I did
"rm glad he landed that one.
Otherwise folks might say that I
won without showing my aI ity to
absorb a push. It ought help
the pictures. too. Tou know I won't
make a lot out of this light after
all, so I he the picture does well."
Bernard Dempsey. Mike Treat and
J" Benjamib fell to discussing In
cidents In Jack's corner.
'Do you know, Jack, said ant.
"that I believe there was some mon
key bueiness going OI. I looked
around In the second round and two
strangers had edged right up to the
foet of the ring steps. One of them
was reaching out ter a loose towel
when I turned. I knew they were
not newspaper men. so I told them
to ,et out. They wanted to arge.
but I had a sop haul them away.
I suspected then that they meant t0
hurl that towel In the ring I the
Frenhmen put you d6wI."
VImUMD A IUCK.I
"Wtet a oheaoe. Mike; not a sa.,"
ehirped Dempsey. "The last thing I I
said to Dee (Jack Koalas) ena Bar
ney (Bernard Demnpsy) we. that
under no etremsttanes were they to
toss in a toweL.
" ifot even 1f11am 1st e1 fme6
load to the worid'" I sai "Let
them ent me out It it eemes to
that, hut den~t let me qut.' I didn't
have any Idea It would eeme to that.
but we were en guard for trie. I ,
bad resoen to belIeve that something
maight happen to brIng about an uin
matsteotory ending to the fight."
Here Dempe disappe ed into the
meat room and Jash Zearus took up
he disoussion. Gemebodst asked
Kearns about Fuaneeis Deseamps ad4
he "hypnette eye.""
"That's a laugh." ehuekled Esarne.
'Deseamps eame ever to oer cerner
and made a 'roar about the band
ges. He bent down and looked
rack In the eye. but there was no
typnotIal In his glaces. It dldat,
worry lash. Barney and I stood
roll bash in the ring -whjle Car
beutler's gloves wore beIng fitted on.
Weo knew he had nothing In .them
tat .his fistd and we didn't sale
"Deseamps wes mere ezeited than
Is fighter. When Bette fnished his
ount over Georges, netther Des
amps nor Wilson got lute the ring
lickly, I had to go ever and help
Irtle drag the Frenohman to his
The champ eame baek and piped
I1 hands to dinner in another room.
"The eas are ready." lie said.
We're having some things I missed
However. It was a simple meel-.
yster cocktails. squab and alligator
ear salad. N~obody wanted deOsSert
The mob milled arouned in the hall.
[earne an<1 Teddy Rayes held the
rent entrance while Dempsey dised.
Tresently Teddy brought besk te Gat-h
a=o alw A.- e..s Ra... .mg _
900te that the dump receive a Visitor
J60 replied.0 .
1 Im'% M OMd anybody." he
1111M "i '.Bat I fool like I want
ke ii ty P@6m 's rl.Ive been in
A*ixkter he &dgtaway--all by
b11110611. Rd lot hisself out of a me
hfVie t% Whr u his
abanfftr, W"s waitng a"d weat for
it 1111 beenl sgt at
"A Iro t 't th t 411111
f t het ' the
b~ w iie
-.~~wy Adse!~ raein.
. lay sexy- .
ADeaeer ro dgeto h atayeis as
"hie. * le 00dagsei out ay of
?ama topel ot de e tmplat.
FIRsT RACs-ree Cutter. 11
[Igrke), $7.90..0, $3. won; Clinton
Fille, 1:17 (Garner), $z$.60, second,
en O&^s 110 (Roberts), s4.60,
aird. eo ing Rook, george Utari,
Itapid Day also ran, .
MECOND RAC4--Pegasus, 109 rGar
ber). $4.G, $3.0. $2.40, won; 16P
latato. 11 o (MeAtes), $3.10, $2.30,
0061nd4; FQ80, 109 (Lyke), $2.60,
madowortie's Lost. arey atone also
THIRD RAC&-hirling un. 11S
[Luastord).. $.0. $. 4.7,0, won.
ad He WaY,. 90 (Scoble). #13.10. 7.
1ee0d; K110her. 11O (Roberts)
M170. thrd. Whippet. Adells, v. ai
Fh Vergus Dolph. Pit. Nonskid.
Wadswort Inst. lar steam, a.160
OURTN RAC-Tmae*, 11
Lyke) $9.0, $4. $,0, we; itper
ueon. 104 ( ranta). $ .10 S&. .,
fd: Col. Tayeor, 19 (ysba). 86.
bird. Marjorle MOXaY. Twinkle Blus
Caey Wyatt. Jacobean. Lou Widrig.
M Alnhy. s oyslaSt, BAl, aiSes ram
FIRD AC -w-Best 4l.L 119 (Lyke).
2.4&.10, $ $4.70 . w on; L& Rahlet
06 (MAtea, 011.-m (cbl6 .A18on0 m.,
oroontor.l18ags es), 110, thoberta
r4hi* Vedee, Dodwy, PiebNond,
lewTh Lstr ao i Iea . ab
FOUTH RAC - Teengh. 116 r
ier) 9.0, 4.80, 835.a wen: Gaast
Wuarn, 104 (Prana)e. 8500T3.A se,1
'aed: CW aylard 1ad$ (11ba) 88e.0
bird. Majoe third. Pwale Tlhe
ealo WPatt, ade an, Lou Wd-g
eer Ali.loly s Brush alsos ,
FBVET RACE-oa pi.11 (Lie,
12.44, 810.10 86r onrt Luoa Ra1e0
0C(MAtse), 811.5d. Part.ee nm, 114
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