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bas"-tbaLL THE FIELD OF SPORT rodanndscugnolp BOWLING Λ. M.M. M~J A A J-/ V/ J- kJ A. J-V A BOXING, TRACK COLLECT FOB BED CBOSS AT GUIDE Nurses to Take Admission Fees to the Factory League Games Today. Today's factory leaguo baseball games will give the fans of the fac tory league a chance to do their bit for the lied Cross. Young: ladies, in the garto of Red Cross nurses, will collect an admission fee at the games played at the copper and lead works fields. This will be an opportunity for the sportdom of the city to add their quota to the Red Cross during: the week in a way that will not hurt them financially and will probably make a considerable addition to the Red Cross fund. The matter was broached to an officer of the league last night and ho heartily approved the plan and Will make arrangements today for the collections. Today will be an op portunity for the sports who attend the games to show their pacemaking spirit and their willingness to pay for witnessing games as good as are played in the factory league, and at the same time aiding in the noble work of the Red Cross. The nurses will only ask the men for a fee for the game, similar to an admission fee, of from ten cents to a quarter of a dollar, and their collec tions must not be confused with the contributions they are endeavoring to secure throughout the city. Today's games will be between the Copper and l^ead Works teams at the Lead Works field, and the Chem ical and Smelting works at the Cop per Works field. There can be no doubt of the kind of games they will play, and the teams are all primed for the occasion. They have looked forward all week to again getting in harness for the contests, and the chances are that they will have a great attraction to oiter those who go to either ball yard. Harry Applegate or Frank Ritter, probably the former, will pitch for the ingots today, opposing Russo, who has pitched fairly good ball for the 8hot to date. The remainder of the ϊΦ teams will be the same as have play ed all season. Herman Jeroff, a clever twirler, will bo in the box for the Chemists, opposed by and opposing Alner Jen sen, the promising youngster who is doing the twirling for the Guggies this season. ST. ANTHONY F. C. PLAYS KEASBEY FEBS AND SHARKS The St. Anthony P. C. have two games for tomorrow. In the morn ing they are to meet Pominick Anto nio's Pool Sharks in a game for a Bide bet. The famu will be played on the lumber field diamond at 10:30 o'clock sharp. The battery for the Pool Sharks will be D. Pfeister and W. Campbell, and for the St. An Ujtopys. C. Oleson and L. Mulligan. attofnAmr^y-■ ffrr't»· ste? the -Keasbcy Fods at the Keaebey field. The Feds will have their crack young battery on the Job, composed of Soo, pitcher; and Byde. caether, while J. Desmond and Ο. Oleson will be the Pioneers pitchers and J. Thomas or L. Mulligan will catch. The team will leave for Keasbey on the 1:30 o'clock trolley at Smith and Maplo streets. To Keep Water Cold. An excellent way to keep water cold • long time with little ice Is to take a pitcher of Ice and water and set In the center of a newspaper; then, by gath «ring the four corners at the top and bringing the ends together with a etrong rubber band around them to hold close together, the air Is exclud ed. A pitcher of water treated In this manner will stand all through the night with very little perceptible melt ing of the ice, and even after the ice does melt the water will keep cold a long time. LONG BRANCH PIER Fluko are Plentiful. BAIT and TACKLE Klngflsh are Biting LONG BRANCH, N.J. WHO GUARANTEES you 300 miles per each |1 spent for tire repairaT Let Geoifc Do It phone 147*. Corner Smith and High. HARLEY DAVIDSON ηοτο^κ IS HKRB. Better than Kver. We have a few bargain* In Used Machines. C. JOHNSON, Dealer. 103 New Brunswick Ave. Phone 64 *'Tbe Plaça That Peases Everybody" The Only RATHSKELLER In Perth Amboy THE ERINST MOUSE New Brunswick Ave. Near Smith St Nice Light, Airy Rooms All Improvements Ir«r Johnson. Flying Merkle and All leading make» of bicy el cm. iltjr rtock ef klcycle and motorcycle tttaa Η onset goods at honest price·. R. GARDELLA stiCket" KEASBEY δ ACMES PLAY SECOND TIME Exhibition Last Week Promises Big Things for the Fans Tomorrow. The biggest attraction in baseball for the city tomorrow will be the game between the Acmes anil the Keasbey Field Club, which ia to be played at the Copper Works field tomorrow af ternoon. This game will attract many fans to the field, as last week's game gives promise of another similar con test this week, when the two clash. Frank Hitter, who, in the game be tween the teams last Sunday, did not allow the Acmes a hit or a run, will again be on the mound for the Keas bey team. Hitter's performance of last week will make him thecynosuro of all eyes. That game, preceded by the game on the previous day in the factory league stamped Hitter as one of the beet bets in the city in the pitch ing game. The Acmes, who were turned down so severely in their game against the Field Club last week, are bent on vengeance on Hitter and on the Keas bey team in toto, and their efforts to morrow will bear close watching. They will have Mike Olesen In the box for them, and on his ability to hold the field club down, will depend the chan ces of the team. Myer J^arson will catch for the Keasbey team, while Bill I^arson will be behind the bat for the Acmes. In these days, when baseball in this vicinity has dwindled to lesser pro portions than in past years, there could be no better attraction offered to the fans than the game tomorrow. Even ly matched, in many respects, on edge for the chance to cop the game, ready to spring at the last opportunity to the sensational, the two teams should make an attraction worthy the pres ence of every man in the city who nominates himself a baseball fan. The teams will line up Just about the same as they did last week, and it will be no fault of the manage ment of the two, if the attraction is not the best that has been played in the city this season. ELIZABETH HARDWARE CO. TEAMS MEET HERE TODAY Teams from the local store and from the store of th® Eliz abeth Hardware Company are to play baseball this afternoon on one of the Copper Works fields. Tlie Elizabeth team will come here by automobile, and following the game there will be α general Jollification and get to gether session for the employes of the two establishments. TIDE TABIE S:22—July 14 VÏÏ 4.26—J-uly <■" 6.21—July />.48 6:11—July 17 ···· 6:67—July 18 7:09 7:38—July 19 7:46 8:17—July 20 8:23 8:61—July 21 8:64 9:26—July 22 9:56—July 28 »·" 10:27—July 24..,.., J® " 11:03—July JJ 04 11.16—July 28 11-4» 11.48—July 27 12J4 12.48—July 28 I·*9 BASEBALL. Results of Game· In National, Ameri can and International Leaguee. NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Brooklyn— n. h. b. Pitts burgh. 000000000—0 β 1 Brooklyn... 00800010*—4 9 0 Jacobs, Fischer; Cheney, Miller. Second game— r. h. b. Ptttsbui'gti 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0- 1 7 2 Brooklyn 000000001 1- X 9 1 Steele, Grimes, Fischer, W. Wagner; Smith, Meyers. At Philadelphia— r. h. ■. Chicago.·.. 0 0 0000000—0 7 3 Philad'phia 00000106 ·- 7 11 0 Douglas, Wilson; Alexander, Kllllfer. Second game— r. h. b. Chicago 000000000 1— 1 7 0 Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0- 0 4 2 Demaree, Dilhoefer, Rixey, Killifer. At New York— r. η. β Cincinnati.. 0000101 Ox— 3 7 0 New York.. 80000100 ·— 4 11 0 Mitchell, Ring, Clarke; Benton, Tesreau. Rariden. At Boston— r. η. B. St. Louis... 00010041 1— 7 11 i Boston 002040000—6 10 1 Horstman, May, Watson, Packard, Gon nUes; Reulbach, Allen, Barnes, Ragan, Tragresser. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. W. L. F.C. W. L. P.C. Ifffw York 4β 2Γ» .648 Chicago... 42 40 .612 Phila'phia 39 31 .557 Brooklyn. 54 38 . 472 St. Louis. 43 36 .551 Boston.... 28 48 .391 Cincinnati 45 40 . 629 Pittsburg. 24 49 .329 AMERICAN LEAGUE. "Washington at Cleveland, rain. At Detroit— r. η. e. Boston 000000000—0 1 0 Detroit..... 00000000 1— 1 4 2 Leonard, Agnew; James, Stanage. At St. Louie— r. h. r Philad'phia 00000001 0-1 6 4 SL Louis... 00010100 ·— 2 7 1 Bush, Meyer. Schang; Davenport, Sever eld. At Chicago— R. η. β New York 0100013000 1— 6 14 2 Chicago 4000010000 0— & 8 ? Caldwell, Love, Cullop, Rusj*ell, Nuna maker; Williams, Faber, Schalk. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. W. L·. P.C. W. L. P.( Chicago... 50 30 .«25 Detroit.... 40 38 .613 Boston.... 47 30 .610 Wnsh ton. 31 44 .41* Cleveland. 44 87 .548 Phlla'phla 39 46 . 387 New York 89 36 . 520 St. Louis. 31 60 .38?, INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE. Newark at Buffalo, ram. At Rocheeter— a. η. β Richmond 02000000200—4 7 I Rochester 0080001000 1- 6 16 6 Adams, Young, Koehler; Loti, Sandberg Second gione— R. η. ε Richmond 1 0 0 0 1— 2 6 1 Rochester 0 0 0 0 0— 0 2 1 Called on account of rain. Λη right, Reynolds; Stryker, Sandberg At Toronto— *. η. ε Baltimore.. 00000000 1— 1 4 i Toronto.... 20100000 ·— 3 7 ? Hill, McAvoy; Leake, Lalonge. At Montreal— m. H. m. Providence. 0 0 2 0 · 8 1 6 0-11 It 4 Montreal... 00600060 0—10 18 2 Schult*, Schellenbach, Peters, Allen. Gerner, Howiey. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. W. L,. P.C. w. L. F.C Newark ..46 29 .613 Rochester. 39 41 .4*7 Toronto... 46 32 .690 Buffalo.... W 47 .<12 Provi'ence 46 S2 J84 Richmond 31 46 .403 Baltimore. 44 Κ MontimL. 36 · JB Jim and Howard, Take Off Your Hats To This Japanese Boy, He's Got You Both Beat, Iκ v^=ta By PAUL, PURMAN. | Even Jim Thorpe and Howard Berry, ullround athletes de luxo, will have to doff their chapeus to this Jap-| anese youth who claims Cleveland as his home and who doesn't balk at any-' thing In the athletic line except auto racing and poker. He is Arthur Matsu and he's thir teen, and he has all the boys In his neighborhood hanging on behind when' it comes to athletics. I Here's a partial record of his, achievements. Plays first base on a boy scout team. Plays first base on an undefeated indoor baseball team. Plays halfback on a high school , football team. ' Plays forward on an amateur bas ketball team. Has pole vaulted 7 feet S H Inches, ' more than a foot higher than any boy of his class. Star sprinter, holds Cleveland Junior record for the 100, 60 and 75-yard dashes. Plays a fair game of tennis. A fair broad Jumper. Champion boy swimmer at Cleve land T. M. C. A. Caddies at a golf course. Then when Arthur gets through do ing all these things he goes home and cultivates his war garden. How atoout It Jim and Howard? Some boy, what? ,/< --«τ r>%rthur PIONEERS BOOKED TO PLAY GINDINS & BROOKLYN NINE The Pioneers will go to Brooklyn tomorrow, leaving this city on the 11 o'clock boat. They are to play the Tlgiers of the Metropolis, for a side bet. Lovedahl and Steve Bonalsky will be the battery for the Pioneers. In a notice from the Glndln baseball team, they claim that they are to play the Pioneers tomorrow on the copper works field at 1:30 o'clock, prior to the game between the Acmes and the Keasbey Field Club. No answer to the discrepancy In booking could be (Vbtalnol this morning. The Glndlns and Pioneers, If they play, will be meeting for tho third time. They met last Sunday, but after playing two Innings, an argument arose, ending the game. Tho Qlndlns won the first game by a score of 5-4. Deveny and Peterson are slated to be the battery for the Qindlns. Queer Custom* of British Navy. There are very many ancient cus toms In the British navy, some of which are "wrapt In mystery." For Instance, when officers go abourd or leave their ship, It Is Invariably the case that the Junior steps into the boat before his senior, although at the end of the Journey the order Is reversed. This curious custom Is as old as the navy Itself. DU POHT GUARDS LOSE TU MILITIAMEN IN GAMES By Special Correspondent. South Amboy, July 14.—Although Heath struck out seventeen men, the duPont Guards were defeated at Par lln Thursday afternoon by a repre sentative nine from Company F., of Elizabeth, the National Guard organ lzatlon now on duty at that place, by the score 5 to 3. The (fame was closely fought, the guards having lead off three to two up to the eighth Inning, when the militiamen scored the threo runs that Kvcd up the contest. Armstrong, with three hits, was the leading bat ter of the day, while Kuddy's three baso hit was a feature of tho soldiers' offensive. Powers, Bradley, and Dentelbeek connected with the pill twice each. This Is how It was done: 1'urlln Guards. AB. R. H. Bradley, 3b 4 0 2 Marcavlch, as .4 0 0 Heath, ρ 4 0 0 Davis, cf 4 0 1 Moore, rf, If 4 0 0 Gallaher, If, lb 3 1 1 Thorn, lb Ill Armstrong, ο 8 1 3 Dunn, 2b 8 0 0 Johnson, rf S 0 0 Pugh 1 0 0 84 8 8 Company F. AB. R. H. Dentelback, ρ 5 1 2 Pa ul men η, rf 6 0 0 Stewart, lb 4 1 1 Powers, ct 4 1 2 Crutty, 2H> 4 0 0 Ballenten, e 4 0 0 Ruddy, HS 4 1 1 Schroeder, 3b 4 0 1 Moouey, If 4 1 0 β 38 Κ 7 Struck our by Heath, 17; by Dent lebeck, 14. Three base lilt, Ruddy. Two base hits, Armstrong 2, Bradley 1. Umpires, Best and Brown. The score by Innings: Parlln Guards 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0—S Company F.. 00020008 0—Β In a basketball game played be tween tho two organizations, Com pany F again proved strongest by winning by a score of 12-10. In pool games played between the two Green, of the guards, defeated his opponent, 50-10. Popular Government. No monnrchlnl throne presses these states together, no Iron chain of mili tary power encircles them ; they live ι and stand under η government popular ' In Its form, representative In Its char acter, founded upon principles of equality, and so constricted, we hope, as to last forever.—Daniel Webster. MOT CLUB MCE TO BE HELD T0DHÏ Sailboats to Enter Big Event Stopped by Lack of Wind on the Fourth. There will be an interesting sail* boat race on the Raritan bay course this afternoon under the auspices of the Raritan Yacht Club, If the wind does not die to nothingness within the noon-day hours. The race, which Is to take the place of the event slated for the Fourth, will see a large lleet of sailors breaking: over tho starting· line at 2:30 o'clock, just at tho high water. Nelson Macan's speody Cherokee will be tho scratch boat this after noon, and the others have their handicaps ranged down from her. There has been a time allowance of three hours set for the covering of the course, which extends from tho quarantine buoy, oiT the yacht club, around 13uoy No. 10, In the lower bay, thence about the monument and back to the yacht club starting point This course will be covered twice. Two fast craft from other places havo been Invited to participate, but It is not known whether oot they will enter the race. The boats are the Tempest, owned and navigated by the Houseman brothers of Rah way, and the Elsie, the property and many time prize winner for Capt. Vadia Curtis, of tho Keyport Yacht Club. Capt. Curtis has a new boat, faster than the Elsie, which he may enter in the races this season. Other local boats which will par ticipate In tho event will be the In dian, owned and sailed by E. J. Waring; the Cornpton brothers, with tho Natirar; W. H. Warr, in the Frazzle; Henry Moggi, in the Speed well; ('apt. John McAllnden, in the Annie; Inouïs Boor, in the Wuff-Wuff, and others. The wind on the Fourth died out completely, leaving several of the boats helpless In the lower bay. With a good breeze this afternoon the boats should furnish α very interest ing and close race. Cause of Echoes. An ccho is caused when the wave® of nlr which are created when you shout are thrown back again. They may be stopped by something they en counter and are turned back without changing their shape. Any kind of a sound wave will make an echo In this way. S WAR, PUZZLES 2000 INDEPENDENCE DAT IN FRANCE. The French Revolution started 128 year» ago today, July 14, 1789. Find another revolutionist. REBUS. A French revolutionist. YESTERDAY'S ANSWERS. Upper left corner down, note at elbow. Barcelona. THE BEST WAY TO SHIP FREIGHT li vim the NEW YORK arm NEW JERSEY STEAMBOAT COMPANY XIW YORK SCHEDULE: Lmt· Npw York—» 11:00 a. na. and 2:8® p. U. 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