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EVERY COUNTRY IN WATER SPORTS (Continued From First Page.) iT-biier.?Bud Goodwin and Rich, of Boston. Otuslde of Daniels and Heb- ! ner. no one on the team could hope to keep up with the foreigners. That year the American team finished third, being beaten by Kngland and Aus- j trails. The above mentioned seven Amerl can stars would aiso shine in the 100- ! metres contest. Frltselle, Hebner and McGlllivray should be able to display excellent form by next summer, and should cop the bacon for America in this event. Only In the long distance races are German, Australian. English and Hungarian .swimmers faster than Americans. This, no doubt, is due to the fact that long distance racing in America still Is In Its Infancy. Plenty Fancy Swimmers. In lancy diving and high diving we I have such st irs .is Frank? Bornamann, the present fancy diving champion, and George Gaidzlk, who cannot be touched in this country from the high boards. In addition to Bornnmnnn and Gaidzlk. we will have to choose from Burton. Beverns and Heyn, of Chicago, Bnd McAleenan and O'Caiiahan, of New York, for the fancy twisting event. In the breast stroke and back stroke events. America should win. A state? ment like this to a foreigner, no doubt, would be ridiculed, for never has this country been able to compete against ihe English, German and Hungarian stars and keep close enough to make the event interesting. Harry Hebner, who us?a the 'inverted crawl" in the b:-,ck Stroke, now holds every worlds record at every distance. Compare his ion-yard record of 1:08 2-5, made with but throe turns, with the record of Martin, of England, and von will notice how great a lead ' we have In this event. Martin's record for the 100, with three turns. Is 1:13 Hat, nn<! stood as a world's record four years up to the time It was beaten i>v Hebner. Hebner is perhaps the only swimmer in the world who uses the crawl back stroke to advantage. end is able to hold It for the regula? tion distances. Mi-lltrmotl Fnat. Michael McDermott, of the Chicago Athletic Association. Is the fastest breast stroke swimmer we have in | this country, and holds the American records at lOO and 200 yards. McDer? mott. who Is but A high school boy. ?will bo able, critics think, by next summer to become as superior over the foreigners In the breast stroke ns. Hebner is In the back stroke. The present world's record for 200 yards on the brenst Is held by Baronyi, ?f Budnpest. W, W, Robinson, of Eng? land, lias a record of 2:41 3-5 for the distance, which is one-fifth faster thRn Baronyl'S, but he had the advantage of seven turns, while Barony I had hut| four. McDermotl's records were made in a short tank (CO feet), which makes] his time much slower in comparison with Robinson and Baronyl. P. Court man, of England; Blnne'r. Seidel and Zacharals, of Germany, and Toldy, of Budapest, are a fow of the foreign brotiFt stroke swimmers the. American candidate will have to compete with. I SOUTHERN LEAGUE At Memphis: Memphis, 10; New Or? leans, 1. At Chattanooga: Chattanooga, 4; Mobile. 5. At Atlanta: Atlanta. 1; Montgomery, 1 (called end ninth, darkness). Excursion to Buckroe Beach ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1911. The Sunday Schools of Walnut Grove, Cool Spring and Shady Grove Churches Train leaves Hanover 7 A. M.; Atlee, 7:20 A. M.i.Ellersons, 7:25 A. M.j Rich? mond, IVIaYti Street, 8:15 A. M. Return? ing, leaves Buckroe 6:30 P. M. Round trip from Richmond, $1.00; children, half price. Reo Motor Cars With the three factors?Quality, Price and Service?taken eare of, shouldn't we be able to get together!" HEO MOTOR SALES CO., State Agent*, Booth Boiton, - - Virginia. FORD ITouring Car. $700?-Roadster. ?600. 1627-29 W. BROAD ST. Two Cycle 4 Cylinders THE CAB THAT HAS NO VALVES. Guuronteod Knglne Service. Price, ft,200 to *'.',.'>O0. Imperial Motor Car Co., Ol? t rlhnter. H181 XV Hrond St. Phon? Mon. 121S The buyer who knows the difference in automobiles will own a Jones Motor Car Co. Allen Ave. and Broad Streets. Investigate This One. Waver ley Electric Interchangeable. One car. Two Tops. Ready for all uses. Coupe top, $2,150. Victoria, $J,950. Combination, S2.250. W. C. SMITH & CO. US North Fourth. 3H North Fifth. 1 ? OUNCES OF QUALITY 10 IN EVERY POUND. i?^fU0^Motor "%1T Car HAI CHASE NOW HAS YOUNG RIVAL ^ (Continued From First rage.) good with tho fans In hls"?wn position, and becomes a hit when ho Is sent to cover territory with which he was not familiar. Hugh Duffey. with all his worries, Is now spared the one that for a long time threatened to make him un old young man. In the spring Duffey took his band South with two lirst base recruits in the squad. They were the much-touted "Tex'' Jones and tho youngster Collins. When the season opened, Jones was set to duty at tho lirst sack, but soon proved unequal tu the task. Collins was then given the Job. In the beginning he seemed 10 have the goods and many thought he was a sure comer. But he fell, too. by tho wayside, and Zeklcr has taken his place, mid evidently it will be a per? manent berth. Oft the ball field. Zelder Is a quiet fellow, living the straight and simple and tabooing absolutely the stuff that worked the ruin of Bugs Raymond and Rube Waddell. Once In his un'form, however, he Is vim personified. "Pep" would be a better nickname for him than "Rollie." I_In Motordom | The Gordon Motor Company receiv? ed the latter part of this week the first shipment of 1912 Chulmers cars, consisting ot ono "30" touring car and one "80" Torpedo. These machines have been demereu to Ueo. A. ijiusoi, una ?. VV. li'diioiu, lliey h&vinij piacju tueir on;buuiv Blx weeks Heguiuunj luo itfiii Ciialiueis lino All*. I'Uibtrl, il.ai.atoei Ul lue UulUt/ti .uuiur Lviit^ali), 4a 1 eajjuualule lut lui. aiuiellielit. Ui&l Lue tuaauula line i< ui uc ntui c iiu^iuiur into >*43ur Uiuli ever. 4V itia a u iutj I'unae ui ivUrteeii uuuy types bum oil liiiue uiiatibtta, ul u price ui iruiu *i,*>uu tu yo.^^u, uiu ciiiaiiuera lllie la uv<: ul lue uiual coinuluie un luv nun Ivel. indications are iii.it this year tuorc mini ever ueiote Uu.-mers cars uio i-uiiig iu be exceeuutMiy uuucull to titl. Ine liolilun iviwtui couiijau.) bus tiueauy recorueu miuum u score oi oruera tor uenvery us suun us possi? ble, ana tnu luuiory reports tnui tuu receipt oi specuicuuoiis in their oincu ia tar in excess oi auyuung luey tiuvo ever uetore Known, uue i_,us Angeles acuiur sum in orders in ono uuy 101* seveniy-nve cars. The Kcw 1'ora rep? resentative bus orueieu as many us tllty curs on each ot several uu>s. The new Chalmers "36," as all pre? vious models, aueins to enjoy tue con liueuce ot tue inolur-buying puullC, Inasmuch as it is geiung us snare of the business. Air. Folger suys mat this ear iius created more puiuic com? ment in Richmond man any model luey have ever advertised. Shnnnon G. Lees, of the Jones Motoi Company, leTt Friday ingnt lor Detroit, from Which point he Will make a trip In a Cadillac cur to Denver und re? turn. This will be decidedly a six-cylinder year. If the extent of eurly season buying Is to be taken as un Indica? tion. Tho Peerless Motor Cur Com? pany has been obliged to pluce several departments of Its factory in Cleve? land, O., on a twenty-four-hour schedule, to meet the demands for Its new 4S-horsepower, six-cylinder model, on which deliveries are now being mado. The advantage ot the slx-cyllnder motor for town use, given to It by Its flexibility, becomes more and more apparent as congestion In city streets increuses, and Its steady work in bard going and on hills hue brought it Into favor with tourists. The Peerless Company has been making a large slx-cyllnder cur for a number of years, und for 1912 has In? troduced two smaller models, the. one mentioned and another rated at 38 horsepowcr, which will be ready for delivery In August. All are furnished In touring car. torpedo and enclosed styles. For the two larger models, there Is also a phaeton style body. The "SS-slx" . 'basis Is well adapted for roadster uso, and a new r.adster body hns been designed for it. All Peerlea.' bodies for 1912 have fore-doors. The simple lines lend themselves admirably to tine painting effects. The Peerless Motor Car Company will exhibit at various automobile shows during the year and It is ex? pected that the new line of slx-cyllnder ours and tho new foro-door bodies will attract more than the usual amount of attention. The Richmond Motor Company, of 313 West Main Street, are the local agents for the Peerless cars. Detroit, where 6U per cent, of tho automobiles of thv United States are built, Is, of course, the Mecca toward which the thoughts of most car owners turn when they contemplate a long tour through the country. During the summer months autonioblllsts from all over the United States continually drop In to see th?r place "where their machine came from." This Is partic? ularly true of the Hudson Motor Car Company's plant, at which for months past no day has passed without the appearance of many tourists. One of the latest arrivals was J. 5. Arnold, of Jacksonville, Pia., who left home on June 15 In a Hudson "33" pony tonneau. whici) he had acquired only twenty-four hours before his j start. He camo up the Atlantic const I to New York and thence west, taking ; a month for tho 2,400 miles. He re j ports that his sole expense for tho machine, aside from oil and gasolene, I was t.O cents. He says that the Hud? son goes wltb so few delays that he fears that It will get him home In an? other month, six weeks earlier than he j had planned. i A Cole 30-stock car hns won two of the most soughta-ftcr road records on the Pacific Coast, and now holds every one ! of the Important road records In the California country except the one from j Los Angeles to Ran Francisco. The Cole, will soon go after this record. By sending a Cole over the 318 miles between Los Angeles to San Diego, W. H. Carlson, of the Grundy Motor Sales j Company, Cole distributers for South? ern California, a record for time of eight hours and tl.lrty-slx seconds was ] made, cutting do\? n the record held by the Cadillac, fourteen minutes. To care for the Increased business brought about by the production of a number of new devices, the Remy I Kiectrte Company, of Anderson. Ind., ! luis recently finished an addition to I Its large plant for the manufacturing of ignition and lighting magneto de vlc,-}. The new building measures sixty feet by ninety feet, und Increases the total floor space devoted to munu . facturlng purposes to npproxlmafe]v 160,000 square feot. The new hulld I In* la of brick, designed to secure 1 Now Ready to Make Deliveries The Warren Has "Made Good" wherever it has been sold?and it will continue to make good because every Warren has back of it a service?a factory service and a dealer service that is unique in Automobile history. ? Standard Construction But More Than Standard Value" Recall the Warren record for 1911, and you will remember that It Estab? lished its title as one of the staunch est, fastest, best built stock cars in America. You will reinombor that it holds two official American records for live and ten miles In the 1C1 to 230 piston displacement class?that It went through the racking, tearing strain of that famous 24-hour race at Los Angeles on April 9th last, cover? ing 1167 miles in 24 hours without a single motor adjustment or tire chuuge, establishing a world record for mileage and speed. Recall the dash of the Warren "Wolverine"?a thirty horse-power car traveling from Detroit to New York City and back in the dead of winter ? over a thousand miles through snow and Ice; the same car later crossing the continent, doing over forty thousand miles and wear? ing out three sets of drivers and cor? responded ta. Favorite in "Auto Capital" Ask the people ot Detroit?where sixty per cent ot the world's automo? biles are made?what they think of the Warren, and they will point to the large number of Warren care on Detroit streets and tell you that for the season ot 1911 Detroiters gave the Warren preference. Thoy will tell you that the Company is ultra-conser? vative. That It has never tailed to meet a promise; that It never made a promise It didn't know In advance It could keep. That it has never saort llced quality tor low price?has never hesitated to spend money on im? provement?has been quick and eager to take advantage of every practical advance in automobile engineering, but always adhering to the proven, the tried-out, the practical. They will tell you that this policy of refinement and Improvement hoe brought their care a reputation for durability, reBabrnty, simplicity and economy. They will tell you that the factory la managed by practical auto? mobile men, who know the automobile business thoroughly. Warren Owners Boost Ask any Warren crwner what he thlnka of bis car. Ho win tall you that tt haa made good?that It Is cap? able of duplicating any record made by any Warren on track or speedway. Keep In mind the tact that the War? ren haa always made good?and rem will appreciate why this 1911 an? nouncement without adjectives or flourishes of any kind to of vital In? terest to everyone contemplating the purchase ot an automobile. The Warren Company has always dealt in facts?it has never been bom? bastic?never claimed the earth?has always and everywhere fulfilled Its promises. Finer Finish?Full Equipment Wa*en models for 1911 have the stauuctkieea, stability, quality, relia? bility. p?.wer and speed that din tin gals bed Vtirren coxa the past season, but added to those features la ma ehanical and detail refinement where ever possible. The 1912 motors are even more flealblo, more eagerly re? sponsive, more slfett All the valves are enclosed wltht? an aluminum cose, keeping the ot in and shutting out the dust, dirt aid sand, contrib ntlng to durability. The sprlngB in the 1911 oars are mort flexible more resilient?easier riding, because thoy are longer and wider, Osd each loaf thinner and o! especial, tempered spring steel, giving mot, strength with flexibility. The fine hing shout the Warren proposition is ?hat all cars cocao completely equipped THREE GREAT WARREN MODELS FOR 1912 All Completely Equipped?Immediate Deliveries Warren "12-40" Fore-Door Touring Car With Warren Mlk Mohulr Top, Tap Cover, anil Automatic Wlndahield, P. O. B. Defsstt. Detachable foro-doors and ventilator. Muffler cut-out. Hx4-tuch tires, de? mountable rims, tire Irons for one ex? tra tire. Heurchnght gas tank with enamaled steel sh>U, three oil lamps anu two gus i.e.ni-1 in .-i i -1. black en? ameled. Coat and robo rail and foot real Two complete and distinct sets of Ignition?Bosch magneto, high ten? sion distributor, and elgbt separate spark plugs , llrlrf Specification*! 118-Inch wheel base. 3 4x4-inch tires, Demountable rims. Motor 4 it- inch bore and stroke. Three-bearing crank shaft nnd Integral threo-beartng cam shaft. All valves enclosed with removable aluminum band plate; valves can be removed In a few minutes for grinding, etc. Crank ease, oil pan. valve covers, water jacket, fan bracket, nil aluminum, mak? ing for light weight Traneinlselon?One of the finest ever put Into an automobile; chrome vana? dium steel gears curried In one-piece aluminum case; cam ahaft and counter? shaft on roller bearing*?bearings as large as those used In 60-H. P. cars? and In every detull this transmission Is exactly the same quality na thoao used on cars costing from $3.500 up. Clutch of well known Warren eone type with extremely wide face and ad? justable Blip springs. FVoat Ajtla drop forfjed T" Beam, equipped with Tlaskan roller bearings. Rear Axle full-floating type; one piece pressed steel housing; differential removable by simply removing cap and shafts. 14-lnch brake drums and torque rod of unusual strength. Two large Splcer Joints on propeller shaft. Double drop pressed steel frame pro? viding 10%-inch road clearanoe and giving stylish low-hung appearanoe. Cooling Is by the highest grade cellu? lar type radiator, centrifugal pump and six-blade slxteen-lnoh fan. Heatlns trouble la uskssws on Wtira ears. Sprlasrai Rear, three-quarter elllptio 48 Inches long by 1U lnohes wide; front, aoml-elllpttc, 18 Inches long by 2V? Inches wide. These speolfloallons can give you no real Idea of the big value In thla oac?to Judge It fairly yes must sea It. Warren "12-35" With Warrea Bilk Mohair Tap. Top Cover and Antamatta Wladahield, r. o. a. Detrelt. Detachable fare-doora and ventilator. Muffler cut-out. 84x3Va-lnoh tires. Uni? versal Quick Detachable rims. Search? light gas tank, 2 oil lamp* and t gas heud-lTghts. enameled: enameled born. Coat and robe rail and foot rest. Also includes two complete and dletlnot sets of Ignition?Bosch magneto, high ten? sion distributor, and eight separate spark plugs. Complete set ot toola Five-passenger Touring Fore-boor Roadster, ill-inch wheel base. S4x8H-tnch tires. Universal quick detachable rims. Motor -tMiXlU-lnob?oil valves en? closed?removbble In a few minutes for grinding, etc.; oil-retatclng and dust proof. Crank oaee, oil pan. valve cov? ers, wator Jacket, fan braoket?all aluminum, making for light weight Transmission?Nickel Vanadium steel gears and shafts mounted on rollor bearings carried In aluminum oase. Clutch of our well known oone type. With extremely wide face and adjust? able slip springe. Front Axle?Drop forged; extra largo, same as used on high-grade SO-H. P oars. Rear Axle?Semi-floating type, nickel steel shafts 1%-lneh diameter; 1 a-inch brake drums. Frame, pressed steel with sub-frame for motor. Sprlnsai Bear, three-quarter etlptlo, 48 Inches by I lnchns wide; front seml JUlptlo. >? inches by 1 Inches wide, glv Dg remarkably easy riding qualltlos Steering; Oear of highest quality, with ? to 1 reduction. E>very detail of Warren care specially designed. Body Is unusually roomy seats five passengers with ease. Alum? inum foot and toe boards. En tiro con? trol inside and lots of room to operate. Tilting cushions In all seats: deep, comfortable upholstering and fine, high-quality finish. Warren "12-30" Four Styles of Bodies All on One Ohassls. This is the famous car upon whloh the Warren reputation was built, re? fined. Improved. Pore-doors added to all moduli. Note?the new prlttjg Include full equipment. Warren "12-80*'-O Round Tank Road? ster, with fore-dooTB, inp top and windshield.... ?p 1 IZ? Warren "12-80"-B DemVTonneau with detachable fore-doors, silk mohair top and wind- (M OTA shield.Jp 1.&DU Warren "12-80**-O Five - Passenger Touring Car with dotacbable fore doors. Including silk mohair top and wind- rf? -j rj f r\ shield.$ IZoU Warren "12-80"-F Torpedo Type, in? cluding silk mohair d|1 OHA top and windshield_?J) lOUU All prices f. o. b. Detroit Prices include Bosch high tension magneto, high grade coll, 8 separate spark plugs, 84 x 3%-inch tires; Universal O. D. Rims, 3 oil lamps, 2 gas lamps, horn, tools. Jack, and gen? erator. Touring Car and Torpedo type are equipped with coat and robe rail. "12-80'*-F is equipped with Searchlight gas tank instead of generator. Wheel base, 110 inches. Motor, 4 z 4ft bore and stroke. Cyl? inders cast en bloc. It is impossible to got more than a faint Idea of Warren values through read ing the specifications. Yon must see the cars theinselveB?sit In them?note the comfort ot the seats and thu flexibility of the springs;?note the equipment and finish. We can only assure you that you will do well to withhold placing your order till you have had a chance to see the Warren Uae. We promise you big value and we have never disappointed you or Ceiled to fulfil a promise. Shell we send you the handsome 1912 Advance Announcement? Write for It today. . Warren "12-85" Fore-Door Roadster With Warren Special Bilk Mohair Runabout Top, Top Cover and Automatlo Windshield, Warren "12-85" Pore-Door Touring Csr With Warren Silk Mohair Top, Top Cover ?ng Automatic Windshield, Warren '18-40" Pore-Door Touring Car With Warren 811k Mohair Top, Top Cover and / Automatlo Windshield, $1500 $1700 Warren Motor Car Company, Detroit, Mich. A WORD TO DEALERS There is always room for high-class dealers in the Warren organization. Get in touch with ua at once, it will pay you. Pay you because the people want Warren cars?pay you because Warren cars always make good and are extraordinary value for the money. Write or wire ua at once in reference to territory. the maximum amount of daylight, ami 1? fitted with tho most modern ma - chlnery. Tho new combined Ignition and lighting device recently perfected by the Rcmy Company, has occasioned such a large demand upon the Reply manufacturing plant thai this addi? tional factory space was needed. The route books which tho B. B\ Qoodrloh Company, of Akron, O, |B publishing, add the final touch t,.' its most Interesting public service enter? prise of marking ronds. Not content with .the enormous tnsk of putting op Its extensive system of markers, tills company Is now enelen\orinrr to make theso tho moat widely known, and most readily followed routes In the country. Upon the completion of the first flvo routes by tho road marking crews, a series of route books has been pub? lished which cover the routo from Cleveland, O., to New York City, via Buffalo end Albany; ajso routes from New York and Philadelphia to Atlantic i City and Lakewood, N. J. The manner of getting up these hooks has been most, interesting, in order that the Information might be had at first hand, a card was made out for each one of the hundreds of mark? ers,, at the time It waa exacted. These, cards, which, were, filed away, contain, cd accurate descriptions of tho roads and all the Information necessary to a. tourist. Rad curves, railroad cross? ing and bridges were, noted on them A complete record was kept, on all gasolene station^ repair garages, ?rat- i class hotels and. towns-where aoodrlcr* tlr?* Wftsa Bold, ?