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.tTLSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, JULY
1020
GTXKTS BEAT PIRATES IN 17TH; BAYNE BEATS YANKEES
feuperVWin From Reds 64
Ahlefics Defeat Indians, 5-4
4- i
17th,Raynr Holds Yankees to
by Six Hits Is Nrvrr
in Danger.
PHILLIES TIGERS BEAT RED SOXi
"THAT LITTLE GAME" Shoe. Up!
pity Hammers Out an
Victory liraves
Defeat Cubs.
Intnl. inly i nw Turk da
lahiirgh Inday In IT Innlnga
reakrned In tha ITIh. whan
nred all I hell IUH. Ilent-.l.
I ' .
I
ii ro
o rifi if
bafewe.t
s .111 hm,rf 7
' A 0 7
ti o o' miitM.m
I 10, t uukm.lD s
I J M rirliMi.lli
I It 1 Ota a
111 fc,lrf
1 01 n.ialltan p
1 4 S ' forma n 0
1 1 .1 Nlrankvai I I
0 I t
10.
An II ro A
Till
i i a
o o o
I I I
n 1 I
J
Jinifcalocrs Take Free Hit
ting (fame White Sx
Heat (.riffs Twice
mow riiiK July II. at i suits
the thr odd galnre of lha eerlee Willi the
New Turk Yanhree luday fleym ll hr.l
flna hall fill Ihi llmwna. Imldtng Ilia
Vanki-.a hltlMf fet Hie flrel el, Innlnga
r'ikni liia.la a r tnarke bl" running (
Mia handed Ii "7 Hi. .Ilea trlva In Ilia
Jour i m
o
TMala 671 It B I .11 ' Tetsl, M l 1 H
Balled for Young In alath
Ulan f'r Rfiyilrr In I7tl
tltetled fur tlrlmm II. aeventh
Naw York .. onn nnu oeo nil 111 07 7
ptttahura Ii '00 000 000 000 Oriri no 0
Summer, llnna, Puma, llenrrnft, Span,
rer. rrlarh, KHIy, lnyla kefevra, err.ira.
Ilanernft, Carey fuleliaw, Calna 1. two
baia hlla, lllltaa. Iilgbi-a. 1 1 ,. r . . I . three
baaa hlta friar h, Kail. King: alolan
laaa. rrlarhi d.nible ('lay. Ilaarrnfl In
Kelly, haaaa on hallo. 077 Hanlon 2. off
Hamilton J; atru. k not. by llenlnn . by
Hamilton I.
Hnperbaa Orrreome K4 lsa.1
CINCINNATI. July 1 -Hiooklyn over
cama a faur i load aud won from Cin
cinnati todar.
Tha aroro;
BSijT
flleae M
jalm.trei.1b
fllfllth.rl
Nea.rf
Waiat.lf
Hiararf
Krasarkr lb
Ktlihrt.n
Mltlw.c
la.i
ab n rn. a.
.1 3 I 1 w. .
I I 1 Pwtaal.ln
; J 0 no. .in
0 1 0 oVW-h.rt
1 f 0 IHinraa II
I I K ,
S U 11 N.alf.rf
f 4 4 1 Wlnta
4i rwiw.p
0 4 1 I; i
clMinaall
Al Mint
4 I
1 t
IL ImIi Ira Yart
AH II PO A AH II PI A
TnMn if n J I 0 I'abopoiib a t I I I
laxlanii Ik II I 3 SIWaM.lh ft A 3 1
Hhlar Ih ( 1 10 I ptm lb 4 0 7 0
jv ' I I 9 n'toilli.rf 1110
. 17 1 0 I CI I l.aarla If 10 10
lam. u "I raalla.nf 4 110
nanrt a Roll Pratt 4111
rkowvU I H I Ritrl t .117 0
Brnp 0 i mtHcp iooi
Maaat,' lino
Ml 'Ima.p 0 0 0 1
Vwb.t lnoo
I 1 i .'7 I I t,tt t.l II IT 7
a n
1 0
I 3
1 0
A 1
0 .1
1 0
'BatiM f.-t M"K'iiia. iii aavan tk
tltatlail fur Miilraw In nlmh
Wt l.nola 200 oil 000
Naw York Ill 000 100 -2
Mummarv. Itona. Tnbln. Oartrnn. Hlalar
1, Mavaralil. I'ralt, Float ; arrnra. ftmltli,
tlarbar. Unlit, two tiaaa hlla, Knal. Manaal
Hnrlla; linrna run. fttalar; atolao baaaa
Rlalar 1. ilrmhla nlaya. Uarbar tn UrHr.u!
to Ttlalar 2. tiaaaa on bulla, off Mnarldaa
I. off Mrrlraw I. off Tlayna 4: atrtirk
out. by Moarlilaa S. by a!i-raw 1, by
ltayna I,
Alhlallra Win In r.lahth.
PI 1 1 1 . A 1 !: 1 I'l 1 1 A . July 14 lluian a
Blnitla wllti tha haaaa till. I In tha alahrh
cava Phlladaltihla tha flnul saiua uf tha
Clavaland arilaa today.
Tli a
Cimlul i PbllalMrkli
All II I'ft A AH II PO A
Jimla.ai If fl n 1 0 wm rf
37 II 17 II1 Totala 31 II II 14
rtrooklyn i 10 ftl3 ill I
"nTinoMi ::.
nummary: Runa. Johaaton. tlrlfflth.
Whaat. Myara S. Kooatoby. Itunran. Naala.
Wlno rlakar; arror, Konalchy . Uiraa
baao hlla. Yhaat. Myara. atolan l.aaaa.
Duncan. Naala 2; iloubla playa. t.toh t..
Itath to Wlnta to hath. OlBaa tn
Knnatrhy. kaara on bala. off Mahar 1,
aft Kuaihar I off Orlanta . truck oul.
b riahar 1. by Orlmaa 4.
ncaroa Win In lllh.
CHICno, July l Manna Irlpla and
Sayrra' alalia In tha 11th today lava
Boatun vlclary ovar t'hlraBO. Bcott pltchad
(good ama. holdlnf tha looala to aavao
Ita.
Tha acora
I'titl'iain a 4
IktTAliM rf 4
Hatllli.rf 3
Oarilnrr Ih (I
Wmbanro lb 4
Jnhanlnn I b 4
(YNMIl.r 3
ttlhVP 4
laftTP 0
fanH
1 nyta 3b
0 Waaw.lf
0 Yfahtl af
1 liaa lb
It Pwfclni r
i tMrna.ii
1 Thoaiat.aj
.1 Narlar.p
0 Hlntolt
Parry f
Tali
3 0 I
4 I 1
.1 I
I 0 1
4 1 1
4 I 1
3 0 14
.10 1
son
I 0 o
0 0 0
GOOTJ a.0OKir3 SHOt,
I Tun MAoa oPrAV
rAtNti i vrVoowepiT PA.Y
AH ENORfMOOi PRICE
Fori SHOeS NOU) BCCrVtSE
i fViT art a PAira. Foa
6i)MAKR SOON,
I omly Paid C16KTMM
Fori tmrsb Pomp
A.Nt SlK FoaTHE SPrXTS,
TViat UOOK Soot),
DOrtr THBV f
rrmTTnr
.'M cnrMf ABoor
THHrA.MrVBl-B,-
isH i had tiome
-fHE SAfAE TMlMSr
SPATS ARB AlvWWS
Micft AND Yoo
cam uiEAfi the
pumps UrHErmr
GT8 UJArifM.
THESE 0UAv.KM6
SHOES COS.T Me
TtMEMTY-TuOr
80T MTI THE"riE
COMN -
T5 ONE
vvorjo rAHa
A &AUtrUL.
CMON !
CfOlT LOOKIH'
A-r XoyR.
FEET.
TAKE A LOOK
AT OUft
HrXN&i AMD
CHIRP SOMPlN'
JOHN'.
r
wonderful
PENNY AKTE !
YES SIR '.
WHAT W0ULt
HoYuE SAY ?
ONE HA5 A
OF SH0E3,
AND THE OTHER
iHASTWO PAIRS,
TOO ""SHOES
AND. SPATS"
E-EAt TRIPS' ?
LET 'EM
Alone,
THEY'Lw je
OP IN A
Minute
THEt'Ll. D15C03S
HOSE NEp-T.
AMD THEN,"
vAtELL,
There's a
LlM.T "tO
EERYTHlNft
r-OP4-r TMbl ' T..ir al-rv.l-..irt . rmon cuunoii i . '
The Turf
At WINDSOR,
fir N It YtHitprday.
Flrt rff. nix furlonf--Hwet Ubtrty.
HftnlNr h) f iff ; Who rarc-t. (8tftrni
trond. Antirti,fi. (Knni1y) third.
Tlm, i n jlUl wL Jioch. Bwtatpitia
OIIMI alno rah.
tMNMal rn'-i. fiv furlonifii Rnyil Vlnll
or. ittowant flipit. Hroatlvlaw, (MrTi
irt) n-Tfin-l; War Tnk, l Hr hrr k
Ihlid. Tim. 1 05. . -it Turae. Aunt
1 .1 nun. Minor alan ran.
Third rac air furl.ng Kama. (Willi)
ftrnt. Art hi- Alexander, (Team-In) aecond ,
Irr-n Uny. fliainea) third Tlrn. Illl I I
Annla Kdgai, llrau Iliuminal, AUah, Kar
Lmi fM ran.
fourth PMtb na mile Klnir John,
iliiiiwlli flra(; Murray. (Tnarvln) ar
find, MiMiima, (An.4rpn) third. Tltufl,
1 44 jUMnttti War dardrn alao ran
Klfi 1 in"1 "tin m tin- PrMdan, ( Ilufl )
flrt; j-irn Maid (FtarnM) aecond , Ac
rHrratf iKrntiMv) third Tlma, till 4-1.
t'nrla I.ltfflt. Fntiiliirla also un.
Plath rar. rnltn and alttpnth Kn
tiirky liny, (Tcarjrin) flrat. Iv t.-.-i.
( Katnr) fcond , ltlasnnry, ( Iturkc) third.
Time. 1(1 2-b. I.Ptnater, Kalr Orlant.
Ortnt, r.eorga lunan. .Mountain Koae
ala nUt
NVMlll rare, mll and tit--nth--Trliy
Mhall Not riiii, (Xiifyer) flrat, Jmnd,
( Knnd v ) c'fnnil HuhbllnK Ixud"!r,
(Mnnlaili) third Time. I II 2 ft. Ouaran
IMd, Virgo. Short Change, Margery,
Kffugee, Kilkenny alio ran.
The Scoreboard
RTANDINC) or Tllf. TK A M a.
1 0 17 1.1
1A 10 It 11
Tlalai! for Navtor In Roy an Ik
ono no lift
Iftft ono ftli
t'hainuan, Hriaokar.
Paaall rf rf
MaY.lb
Maoa.ll
nil tor rf
rayai.rf
talllun lb
aaaaal.lb
Marantll.a
n-N.ul t
aatp
Total.
I eSSaVa
. n ro a An fi ro a
I 1 o Taaanlay.rf 10 10
113 Haraal.lb 10 11
14 0 Tarry.a 114 3
3 0 0 MnVr Ih 3 111
t I 0 lobaKaa.ll 9 0 3 0
0 10 I raakrrt.nl 4 110
0 I I llaal.3b 3 10 1
3)0 rrlhwi lb 1031
111 riaeb.rl Illl
0 1 0 miltfar.l I 0 10 I
lartar.a 110 0
Palyc 0 0 0 0
uandryt.p till
IS sl 17 Total! 31 T H 1
llaltad for Killltar In 10th.
Boalnn 100 010 000 01 -1
Chilian 030 Oftft ofto fto I
lliihimary: nuna. Powall I, Mann Hub
artaon. Paalart , arrora. Scott llandrya;
two baaa Slta. Mann, Taakart. Malkla.
Tarrv, Ihrrr baaa lilta laal. Maranvllla.
fnwall.. Mann. atolan baaaa, Pnwall,
Crul.a: doilbla Iilaya. Mandrya t.l Terry
to Mr!,ia 7Trlbr tn Tarry. Boaikal to
Plrk to nulllvan. 1'aal to llaraoa in
Merkla: kaara on balla. "ft Hoot I 2 off
Hrmlrvx 2; atruck nut, by llrmliyi I.
by ncott to.
t arda l.r, 15 Hlla.
T. 1.01'IM. July 14 HI linla bit
Cauaar froaly toda and dafaatril I'nlla
latphla
Tha arnra: -
M laah
Pan ihi. lb .1
J Millar 4
wlllUmarf I
trtual.rf 3
latwarrwau.rf 1
Mrinal.lt 4
rlHrhw.a 4
Wrllatoat.lb 3
Yfh.tt.a 4
Caaaay.p .1
ii rn A. ai. ii ro. a
1 10 0 lialth.lf 3 3 10
1 1 4 rniralw lb 4 3 14 1
110 fkaa.lh 4 3 0 1
1 0 0 " 4 3 11
n 3 0 l.arana 9 111
0 a 0 riaaaiM.a 1111
111 nrathrota.rf 1000
10 1 Mrnaary.nf 4 14 0
10 1 Daak p 10 11
10 0
riav.land
rhllailolphia
Summary: Httfal
Wanitiaranaa .lnhnatr.n. Irvkaa 3 Walkar
1. Walrh; orrora. Iliirilnar 1 Johnatnn.
Thoniaa: twn baaa hlla. O'Neill. Waltilfl
dnuhla playa narilner to Wamhaannaa to
Jnhnatnn. t'haplnan to Wambajranaa tn
Jnhnntnn. Ttykea In rlrlffln. baaaa on balla
off I'hla I off lloaby 1 nff Naylnr 4.
atruck nut. by Uhla 3. by Naylnr 1.
Tlzora Win In 10th.
BOSTON, July It V eat he dnubla
eoured t'obb truni flrat baaa and gave lie
trolt victory over llnatoo Inilay In the
10th. Hoyt pltchad for lha flrat time In
11 werka and did wrll.
Tha acora:
Yam.2h
laab.M
Cobb.rf
Yaartl If
Rati nan. lb
r;i'-1 rf
I. J-na. n
Itaatar.ri
Datmt
AH K P0 A
3 0 9 1
3 14 1
4 3 1
I 1 1
ItiMvwr rf
MrNallr 2b
I : Mtl.l
I i nen.lrn .nf
ah n rn a
3 1 13 1 IJrlrnwty If
I
Tot. la
3 II 30 50
Mkaell
Mrlnnlvib 3
rrartar.lb I
nrutt.a I
H.llry.rf 3
Kerr.' I
3 Joura p 0
Knrtiinr.p 0
niwt.p 3
VlU.t lb 1
3 1
3 I
I 14
1 0
1 0
I I
0 0
0 0
1 1
Tnlal.
41 II 30 IS
ltattr.l for ltalley In ninth
man for Karr In ninth
tllalted for Hnyt In ninth.
Illalleil fur McNally In ninth
Detroit 100 Poll lift 14
Boetnn 102 ftio 401 ft H
Summary: Ituna lluah 1. t'nhh Vearh.
FTairrtead. Mennaky 1. Rrhana 1. S. Jooaa,
arrnra, lluah, II Jnnea. two haaa hlta.
Vearh, Mennaky. Srhana; three haaa hit.
Iinuaa. douhlr play Srolt to McNally tn
Mclnnla: baaae oo balla. off Iauaa 2. off
Fortune 1. off S Jnnea 1; atruck nut.
by Iibubb X. by lloyt 4.
Ulaa'a Hit ltccord Slopporl.
WASHIMITON. July 11 Chicago won
bnlh Bainra of a double header with
Waahtnalnn In. la, In tha flrat game
Jolinaon Rica nf U'aalilnglon failed to get
lilt aflat having hit eafrly In 33 con-
ancutlve gamea.
The acora:
KlnST OAMK
SSeatam League.
Tan W. U ret. Vein W L.
T1I.HA 51 31 321 Oaiahi 40 41
at. hlta SO 34 .SB9 otla CMf 40 41
Ht Joe 41 37 .533 taa Maloea 31 SI
: 44 II 1.1 1 Bliail Uly IS 54
National Leagoe.
fati.t w t rn. T.ta w. L
Irrallrn 49 34 .50ft rblraga 4ft 41
rinonnall 14 1.1 5! I Ikaton 3.1 3
r.ttetei-sb I 37 .51:1 Naa York 17 4
at. laji 42 41 .500 rbldlpbla .11 47
American League.
T-ara tv L I'rL Tea W. L
t'leirUod St 27 3117 It. Lnuli tn tl
Naa York 5t 30 111 WaahnHoo .17 .13
I'hlrata Ml .10 .2'i llatmll -'5 3'J
aalon 31 31 .50ft rtildlptala 21 02
American Aaaortattnn
Team W U M. Taut W I..
It rtnl 50 ;n sit legtaruplU 41 tl
linlcrlMa 41 31 .53 Mllwaukar 41 42
MlnnaaplM 13 .13 .511 1'nluabia 35 43
Iktaln 41 41 .313 Kinaaa tty 1.1 31
lVeatem Aaaoelatloa.
Taatn W. lt IM. Team W. I
rt HnrlUl 11 4 .713 I Okmulta, 7 3
Tnl.l I 4 .III nmmrlfkt 4
Htiriraflalrl 111 0 .313 I rhlrlaaba 3 10
BmrfMU II I .113 ' reebueke 3 10
.434
.ail
.13K
.33J
Prl
.t7
.433
taa
.397
Tt.
tit
tot
.333
.313
ODENWALD WINS
SECOND SHUTOUT
Bonatcrw Beat Omaha
Packers Win From
Drummers.
DM MOINKS, July II Homo runo by
BaStagf and llahn In tha arventh Inning
gave lira Molnce H 1 In 0 vl-tory and
an even break In the four-game aarlea
with Omaha today, odanwald completed
11 IntilnCB of abulout ball agalnat Omaha,
The eenre:
0n..a I Dai Melnat
ah H rn a 1 ah ii ro a
' ' !:.'..,. "I. 1 II :i t i tlhn rt I M 1
nallcrf I fl It 0 ' WrmnU.3h 3 0 1
Hanry lb 4 0 1 tl ' IK'.mn.ir.rJ 4 11
.e' -h 4 1 l 11 An.lrrmn.rf 111
Ijlnglelf .10 1 fl llabro-.lb 3 o ll
Maaoo.rf 3 fl 1 0 Prmirb a 111
Rroan.t 9 1 I 3 1 Sanna.r I H
Hralnajil.p 2 10 4 Oilrnatlrl.p 1 0 1
.SIS
III
.411
sir
H lagajajaj
K ' JgS
I raaaaaeka ' 'alaaal
.330
.14 IH ST 16
TnUli at W t4 10 fnali
f'hlladelrhla 11 00
t. I. .'i.l- 501 051 041 11
Summary 11 una. paillette. J Millar.
Smith I. Fournler 5, Stock . Itnrnahy 5,
M il.-iii. error.. Meuae). Wheat. I'lem
OR: two. haaa hlta. Fournler I. Hnrnahy,
Srnlli; three haaa hlta. Stork, rtemone.
at i l. ii baaaa, Konrnler 3 Hmlth, baaea on
balla. off Cauaey 4, off ol)ak 3, truck
out, by Uoak 1.
AMERICANS BEAT
BRITISH EXPERTS
Davis Cup Matches Are
Won by Johnston
and Tilden.
WIMBLEDON, Eng., July
WilHam M, hnon of Calif ornla
"won the flrMt niutrh for the Amerl
can Davlti cup team today tn Its
contest with the HrltUh team for
the rlRht to rh.tlloni AUStltbUl for
tha trophy. He defcutrd J. Tnrke
In five setts. 6 4, 6-4. 2-6. S-6. fi-2.
William TlWU-n if I'hiladrlphla
defeated A V. n KltiRticote of the
BrltUh team In thn nerond alnglos
match tn the Davit, cup tennU play
tere today The SOOret were; 4-tt.
6-3, 6-1.
Caitaaa WwSifmjiim
AS. H PO I I All 11, PO A
UllmM rf 4 3 It 0 iMal, 4 1 10 I
r. Coltlw.lb 3 0 ;t 1 Milan If 4 1 S 0
Weaver. Ah 4 10 4 Rlre.rf 3 0 J 0
larkn,tf 4 0 10 Motb.rf 4 ft 1 0
Pel.-hrf 3 1 .1 n HiTh't. 4 1 3 S
J OaUtWlg 4 3 10 4 Hhanka Xh 4 1 ft 0
Rl atrf 4 'J 1 1 Mi an no m S 0 3 ft
Srtialh e 1141 rirlnleh e i o 7 1
raber ,p 4 ll 1 2 Johoeiwp 3 10 4
TnUll 13 0 3T IB TotaJi 0 II 3T U
Phlragn 100 000 001 -4
Waahmgtnn oni on 000 -1
lunmSfVl Wutta. t.elhuM, Kelaoh. J. Col
line, niaberg. lMclnlrh ; error. Rtaherg;
two - baaa hlta, .Tohnaon, It I a be g . h . a
on balla off Kaber 1. off Johnann 1.
truck nut. by Johnann B. by Faber 3.
SKt'ONU OAMK
ab n ro A
tetb.a1.lrf .1 3
R. f'J1ln-: 3D 9 1
Waavf ;'b n 3
Jaravon.ir 4 1
raiwh fi h 3
i Culllna.lb 1
Rlshrii.a 4
I .run.' 3
Rrbrfgf 1
gnrr n 1
Wil-.nn p -2
MurrhT- 0
haVatMst 1
CtflDttr p ft
i lb
.1 Mlun lf
1 I Rlre.rf
3 " H -t
3 S e'Marr1v?l
3 R ft Khar? .tb
0 1 6 I i-li.l.'i v M
ft 0 0 flharrlly I
ft o ft ! fburrnn p
ft o ft ) ttliim P
WaiklntUa
An ii rn a
4 2 13
2 3
3 3
3 ft
0 0
RF.SI I.TS I Bil HIMT
Tealern I.eAgue.
At Pea Mnlnea 2, Omaha 0
At St Joaph 3, Stone City I.
No other gamea arh(tuleti
Vatloital 1 .f.iif
At Thlrago 2. floaton 5.
At Cinrtnn-.tl 4, Hrooklyn 4
At Sl. I.oula 11. Thtladelphla 3.
At ruiaburgh 0. New York 7. IT 1n
nlnge. American tw.
At Waahlngtnn 11. Chtragn 4-1
At llnatnn ft, Petrnlt it. II Innings.
At rtitlarlelphla ft. rievnlanrl 4.
At New York 3, St. I.oula ft.
Amrrlran Aae-nrlal lait.
At St 1'aul 4. Indtanapolla ft.
At Milwaukee 11, Tole.1n 3.
At Mtnneapolla 1, Loulavtlla t.
At Kanaaa City , Columbus 4.
U rn t rrn A aAr I at Inn .
At rawhueka 0-1. Springfield B-0,
At Okmulgee-Knld, no gam, rain.
At iifinryetta t ntrKaana. rain
At Urumrlght Fort Smith, no game,
rain.
SiMithern Aeorltlon.
At New Orle.ina 9, ill rm Ingham 5
At New Orleans 1. lUrinlngham 2, 7
Inning ugrernient, gSMCWd game.
At i'hatlunoga 1. Memphla 1.
At I. title Hi it 1. NaehvlllS 3. 11 1n
hlnga. At Atlanta 1 Mobile 0
Tssaa I. rg in
At Oalveetnn 0. fleaumont 4
At Han Antonio ft, Houatnn 2
At Wl. Mi Falls 7 2. Fort Worth 4-4.
At Hhreveport . Dallas 1.
f'AMF.S TODAY,
HVatern l.eagus.
TtTI.HA AT ST, J OIK PR.
Oklahoma City at Omaha.
Wlrhlta at Sioux City.
Jupllo at Iee Molnee
Nalletnaa nxne.
New York at Flttaburgh.
Hrooklyn at Cincinnati.
Itoalon at t'hlcago.
Philadelphia at St. Tonla.
Amerlrsn I'vunr.
Detroit at Washington.
St I.oula at Fhlladelphla.
Chlrago at New York.
Cleveland st liifaton
Amesituui Aaaoarlatloa.
Toledo at Milwaukee.
Cuhinibua at Kanias City.
Iniilavllla at Minneapolis.
IniUanapolla at it, Paul
Western Aaaoi-latlsB.
Fort Smith st I'awhuaka.
Springfield at Druinrlght
chit kaahs at Okmulgee
Knii.1 at iienrvetia.
PAWHUSKA DIVIDES 2
Olalahomnna nntl N,,i-i,,,;f, fci fpllt
i in of Will rittyrtl ianictt
Ollvt-rN lUUtii-d Out.
Ttrtali 10 4 34 11 1 Total. IS 7 17 10
I Omaha ooo 000 0001
Ilea Mnlnea 000 000 Z0,1
Summary Ituna, Halm, llanner; errors,
llahn. tldenwalrt; bnliia runa, llanner.
llalin. three-bnaa hit. Freucli, aacrlflca
hlta. Wei, lei. llralnuril. lUabrnnk, ttolen
bnara. l.ellvelt. t'uffey. Ilaabrnok, Man
ner, left on baaaa, tnnaha S. Ilea Mnlnea
S, alrurk out, by nil.nw.N S. by Brain
arrl 4. baaaa on balla, nff Orlenwali 1.
nff llralnard S. hit by pltrher. Anrlaraon;
earner! runa Ilea Mnlnea 1. double playB.
rnffey to French, tulenwald to Mrlier
niott, umpirra. llurkley and Jacnba, lima.
I II.
Faelaera Win Kerlea.
T. JOSEPH. July 1 Sl ua t'lty made
It three oul of four from St. .loeeprt by
taking today'B gaina I to .1 Poor fielding
In the eighth Inning donated three ruua
tn tha vlaltora.
Tha Brora: '
tlsai City
AI. II P0 a
rrrairhlf 4
Starr ?b 4
IieJate.a 4
Mm. lb s
lohlann.rf I
rural. rf
Pp.llman,r S
Allarmatt.lb .1
Uona.p 4
Hack to hlo
native land
speeds flroroa
Carpo.ntlPr. with
about 1150,000
of American
X o 1 tl clutched
tllthlly In hlo
finis, and a Hit
tha dlggugt of
t h 4t American
sporting; fans
following; in his
wake. Oirpen
tler cama to
America herald
ed as a "real
fighter," and the idol of France was
promptly made a hero over here.
The glamour of his war record, hla
U defeat of Joe Iteckett In one round
for the Kuropean heavyweight
championship, and the splendid
prosy ngrniinar he received combined
to make American sport enthusiasts
Maud him as the man of the hour.
Jack pempsey, our own champion
was at that time under the cloud of
the indictments nRnlnst his war rec
ord, and many, without thinking;, be
came prejudiced against .'ack, In
favor of Carpentler.
I
rarrwnlli'f's umr nf thr Vnltrjl
State a continual round of money
trrahbtno;, and whlt'h rttdotl In his
refusal to fltrht here, tiitta Hhowlrur
lilm to Ire one of the KTeal4"wt bluff
era In llsa history of tin? rlita; will
never la' fortetotien by American
sport Ifivcrs. t 'arpenller, when tend
Western league has adopted wise
procedure In fining Manager Kel
lcher and flayer Connolly of tha
St. Jotph club lion for their at
tack on I'mplre I.lpe last week,
and In allowing the players to re.
turn to the game. With Kelleher
and Connolly, shortshop and sec
ond baseman, respectively, out of
the game, the Drummers was
seriously crippled, as shown ty
their play against the Bloux City
Packers, who look three out of
four games from them, and their
return will again pin e the Drum
mers In the running.
I
It Is the fans and club who suf
fer when players are kept out of lha
game, and not the players. Ity tak
ing (heir money, President T-arnoy
can Instil a greater respect for tha
umpires In the hearts of Kelleher
and Connolly, land other players!,
and nlao give the club and fans of
that city a fair show.
Kntrtea Today.
Flrat rare, five fnrtonge Toara. Ill,
Fair I.eaele. 11J. I.'ndlne. Ill; f.nlden Au
tumn. 112. rut 171 111. North 8hore.
Ill Natural. 111. Alberta S. 113.
Mnltnern. IUi. Wtneheater, 115; l.aat One,
IIS. Alvlll T. Hart. 113. Nnnakld. US.
Ilaurtce Ho HI; Cortes. 111.
Herond rare, utile and nne eighth
Hwerl ll,,,iuel, St; Flame, 105, All Smoke,
104. Stanyat, 10S, Antlphun. 104; York
tat. til.
Third race, alx furlonga Smart Money.
10J. Illrn light, lot; The Leopard. 104.
LaMig V., 107, Kuklux, 107, Charley L.ey
derker. 110.
P'luirlh rare, five and on'-half fur
InngHl.aat One. 9"; Wlli-h Flower. 97,
Mnyrna. 106. Jnhn S. K.'ardoll. 105; nun
qaot, 10R; .lean I'nrey. 10;., Our Flag.
107, Weat Hlla. ins. Colonel llaker, 109;
Rut Side. Ill, Anlitla May .11:. Ace.
111. Centimeter. 121.
Fifth rai-e. five and one-half fur
longa ATiiahia II. vol. Htsmtna, Ifii
Oltloa, 104; Paul lonnnlly, 104 Kama.
14. Truaiy. lOti. M llert 'Ihurrnan. inn . , ...ivan r.,
Flrat Pulir-t. 10S, Duke of DS onali It -, t,,u v-ili-iBr
ltir., Bob llaker. 100 . .laphet. -06 4 Pullua,
lfi:i. I'arnrat, 199. Lanrelrit, 109.
Slrth race, nilte ami allteenth King
Flaher. 101; Cortland, lftS, Water Wood.
lin; pr, Carman. Ill; lmugUaa 8. 117.
Seventh race, mila and one-eighth
Ne.nah. 97. Alrdrlc. 9S; laagroaa, 100.
Wennr.ah. 103. Thltlkar, toi (aourmnnil.
104, Counter Balance, 105; Corydon. 10S;
W. H. llurkner. Ins. Pit, 109. Attorney
Mulr. 109. Handful, 112.
Wagthaf rlfur. track good.
JONES LOSES TO
EVANS' THREE UP
Even in Morning, Evans
Plays Steadier in
Afternoon.
MEMPHIS. Tenn.. July m
Chirles "Chick" Evans of Chicago
and Clarence Wolff of St. Lottfe
will fight It out tomorrow for thi
amateur rhitniplnnahlp of I hi
Western C.olf association. BVaH
won hla way Into U) finals by rle.
featlng "Bobby" .lotus, Atlanta
youth, and holder nf the southern
championship. 1 up tn today's us.
hole semifinals m itch. Wolff
gained his right to meet Kvans for
the title by disposing of Hanry
Weniler of Memphis. Tennesaeo
slate champion, in tho semifinals 2
up and one to play.
The Kvans and .loni'S lilt was a
ding rlong affair from the start
During the morning IS, which en, In,
all square, Kvans was up four times
on Jones and Jones had Kvans
down twice.
On the afternoon "round Kvin.
ran away with the tieorglan, go.
Ing out but beginning with ths
twelfth Jones rallied strong, taking
three holes In succession, Wq Ira'
lilrdics and the match was again all
tiquare.
Then came the fight nf the day.
The fifteenth and sixteenth wore
halved, and by sinking a 10-font
putt on tho seventeenth Evans went
1 up again when Jones missed a
four-foot putt
On the home green both were on
In 2, Jones missed a 15-foot putt
fur a .1. and the match was halved
and ended with Evanu holding lln
Barley gave much better results
than oats as a sheep fattening rood
Kelleher and Connolly
Reinstated by Tearney
CiriCAflO, July 18. President
Tearney of the Western league, to.
day reinstated Managxr KelUnar and
Second Baseman Connolly of the tit
Joseph club, after fining thorn 4100
each for assaulting Umpire. I.lpe. rlur-
inir a game at lies Moines lat fcun-
In tests conducted by Knglish farm-I day. Kelleher and Connolly wero out
(,rft I of the came for four days. A
A Sensation at
Favorite Is Winner
of Feature Race in
Grand Circuit Meet
II. laapk
n 1 rmerirh if i i o o ereti h dinner by Mao int. -man tl
0 I 5 ! Mriianairi.rf 11 1 0 ' Si...i On - club of New York. forcrl
! IS eSXl .? ! ? !'hn orBnnluilion to pay him for be-
1 10 sbeaiak r I 5 s s i lug tltclr guest of honor! He din toe
110 t'oomr Ih .10104 kj,w thing nt Situ hYnnoJscn. He
i ? S Bk. aT i i i 2 showed Indifferent to the adulation
TOL.ETX). Ohio, July . Llue
Orattan, favorite, won the Willy
Overland 2:03 pacing stake worth
1,85(1, the feature on today's
Cirami Circuit card, the three heats
being tho fastest paced this bea
Bon. Favorian, a rank outsider, won
the Creosus l.uutl stake for 2-year-olds.
Peter la won the 2:11 trot, al
though Millie Irwin got the deci
sion in the first heat.
Edna Early won the 2:10 pace,
but Hazel Kiiestner captured sec
ond money by coming from no
where in the second and moving
to tho head of tho procession.
T t.l.
10 10
0 I Mi-I aughllrt.a 1111
Halkar.e 110 0
SS 12 57 If1 Tnlal. Ill I 57 11
Mailed fur Mi-Pnnald In ninth.
Sloua City 000 001 ISO S
rlt Joaeph nil 000 010 -1
Summary Runa Croui-h. nnhl',.mn,
Hpetlman. Altermatt 3. MrPnnald. Con
nelly. Honnwlta; errora. Morr 1. Kelleher,
Connolly. Shealak. earned runa. Pious
City 2, St. Joaeph .1, haaea on balla. off
Mrl.aiightln t. off l.vona t, atrurk our.
by Mrt.aughlln 2, by l.yona 1. left on
haaea, Stouj city to, St Jimeph 11; two
baaa hlta, Cnnnolly. Allarmali, Crouoti,
Spellman. l.yona. Rohloann M I .aughlln :
three haaa hit, Kelleher. 'dnuhla playa,
Cnnnolly to Kelleher tn Conrev. Marr to
Altermatt; hit by pitcher. Mi-t.aughlln ;
umpirra. Kltapal r Irk, Paly. Decker and
Lauaon. time. 1.40.
Whirling knives feature a new
machine for peeling fruit or vegeta
bles of all sizes and kinds at high
speed.
lionised upon hint by America, anil
Insulted those fans who paid good
money lo sl-e him In a fnrcltl ex
hibition, such ns was stasred here.
I
I f Is nnr guess that Carpentler will
never meet 'Dempsey In the United
Slates, possibly never. He would not
bo a card here and by his re
fusal lo sign with Jack Kearns.
manager of Dempsey, clearly shows
he wants nothing of the ebaniplon'a
game, Carpentler may even never
box Battling Levtnsky. world's llght
heavywelght champion. If he does,
our choice Is the Bat.
As a fighter, Carpentier's a good
looking bluffer.
I
AI Tearney. president of the
Ecuador la planning an aerial mail
service linking three cities and a
military aviation school.
W.o.n.d.e.rla.n.d
Entire Change Saturday
Gordon and Clarke's
Pretty Pollies
MUSICAL COMEDY
BUDDIE CLARKE as CHARLIE
CHAPLIN
SEE
17YTD A f Prof' Ray Boy offers
JtlVV 1 iV. Princess Deschler
"The C.lrl With a Thousand Eyes."
second siifbt reading.
Princess Deschler
Mental telepathy, spirit plicnomen,
For cleaning typewriters a thin, I
flat attachment for vacuum clean
ers has been designed.
Also THE WOLVERINE QUARTET
Screen IVatureaj All pw Program
Tills Show Ila-naalns for Another Week
0 0
Total, SO 11 27 01 Total, SI IS It 15
Hi ran Signs Two-Your Contract
CINCINNATI, .Inly HI. August
Herrmann, president of tho Cincin
nati nationals, today announced that
Manager Pat Moran bad signed a
rontract to manage the team during
the season of and 1922.
nifhan Wins Fell ism Stakes.
OANl'OWNE, England, July 1.
Ird Aslor'a Httchan won the Eclipse
stakes, a classic one and one-quar
ter miles' for 6,000 sovereigns,
t gainst a field of seven horaea here
today Sir Edward Hulloii's Silvern
was second, and IV. Uaphael's Allen -fey
third.
Hatted fin I. von In atath.
Illatlod tor Wilktiiaon In ninth.
Thlrago I0 001 014 a
Waahlngtnn Ill 010 000 S
Summary: Ituna. t.etbnl.1, K. Cnlltna 1.
Weaver 1. .larkann 1. Milan II. Ilia Shan
nun 1. Ohuirtl). en,,r t:rl'kann; twn
baaa hlta. Judge. Kelarh : three baaa hit.
Milan homo run Jai:kann; atnlen baaea,
l.i 2. tlarila. Felavh. J. Cntllna. double
playa, Hhonka to Harrla to Judge, Rla
barg to B. ColllnB to J. Collinn, baaea on
balla nff Karr S. off Courtney 1. nff
WtlMnann I. off Brlokaon 1. atrurk out.
by Courtney l, by Urlrkaon 1.
Beckett Kayoes Burns
in 7th Round of Mill
LONTaW, July U. Joe Beckett,
heavy weight champion of England,
defeated Tummy Burns, the l'n nrh
Ctt.attlan pugilist. In the seventh
round of a 30-round hint at A. atari
hall hem l.micli'.
A novel machine for sewing the
edges of mattresses travels around
a table on which each mattress la
laid.
rAWIII'SKA July IS Pawhuaka and
pi logfleld epltt a doubla header today
lha Huakera winning tha flrat game In
tha ISth tuning Springfield took lha aac
olid tilt, abutting tha locala out S to 0.
Firat gatua. R. It. C
Springfield 0 11 S
Pawhuaka 1 S I
Itatterlea llarger and nomas, Harla
and Palmar.
Semnd gania: Tl B B
Springfield I I 1
Pawhuaka I 1 I
lletterlra Markland and lloiml. Oll
mora aud Itiennan.
Oilers and Southern
Clubs Open Invasion
of Other Half Today
Yesterday ss an off day for
the tiileia and other southern
cluba of the Western league, who
were en route north where they
today open the second northern
invasion.
The oilers play at St. Joseph for
three days Including a scheduled
double header tomorrow. With the
return to the game of Manager
Kelleher and Inflelder Connolly
the Prummers will be a much bet
ter team than the ono which lost
three out of four to the Backets
In the Bules closed yesterday.
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Follow Up
Your Game
of Tennis
With a Swim
If you love the water and intend to spend part of your time swiming this
summer, be sure and see the new shipment of swiming suits, caps, shoes,
etc., that we have just received. Ve are making special prices on them
this week. If you haven't a Rose Knit suit let us supply you with one.
Tennis Outfits
You need exercise as well as recreation. We carry the well-known D.
& M. outfits and Pennsylvania hand-made balls. You will be sure to find
just the racquet you like at our store.
For Baseball
Probably there are still a good many things in the way of baseball equip
ment that you or your team still are in need of, to last you the remainder
of the season. We know we have" what you want at the right price.
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