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Senators Trim Chicks—Pennant Chqnces—Church League Games-Sport Odds' NEWPORT TAKES TWO I Eastlake Goes Down This Time In Two Successive Games SILVERBROOK ALÇ0 GETS AWAY WITH TWO Newport broke its slump on Saturday by taking both ends of a double-header trdin Eastlake, the first game being the longest game this season in the Cnurch League, going 14 innings. Steward prtehed A No. I ball, allow ing Eastlake only seven hits. Myers also pitched a ood game, holding Newport to one hit After this inning, l for »even innings, however, Newport got their bats work ing and kept him in hot water until the fourteenth, when they settled the affair. Myers* downfall really came in the ninth inning. Spence gave way to Luff, •who singled on the first ball pitched, and when Steward proceeded to win his own game by driving out a three-bag ger vteifig the score. Steward seems to nave fully recovered his batting eve, getting three aingles, a three base hit and a sacrifice out of six times up. Al lison also was very much in the game, drawing three hits. Bullock played a Star game at bat and in the field for Eastlake. Wike played his usual good game, also swiping three bases while the outfielders of both sides were kept busy pulling down long flies. Tlio •OOCM» First (.»me. NEWPORT. R. H . 0 0 A. E. 2 0 o. Benson, ss,, Wike. c. .. Groome. If. Hayden, lb. Allison, 2b. .. Scarborough. 3b. . 0 Jones, rf. .. Spence, cf. Luff. cf. ... Steward, p. 0 13 2 0 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 12 . 0 2 . 0 3 3 1 -T 0 .. 0 0 .. 0 0 .. 1 1 3 0 0 1 2 0 0 4 0 1 2 4 1 6 Totals 7 12 EASTLAKE. , R. H. 1 1 14 4 42 o. A. E ,Lucas, rf. ... Bullock, ss. . Weldln, 2b. .. Stewart, If. .. Patterson, cf. Plpino, c. ... Halter, lb. .. Sommers, 3b. Myer#, p. 'Total# .... SCORE BY INNINGS, Newport ...00000003 1 00003—7 Bastide ...1 0 1 02000000000—4 Earned runs—Newport, 2. Two base hits—Hayden, Allison, Piplno Bullock. Three-base hit—Stewart. Struck out—by Stewart. HP, Myers. 12. Double plays—Bullock to Halter, Myers to Sommers. Left où bases— Newport, 7 ; Eastlake, 6. Stolen bases **-Wlke. 3; Spence, Allieop. Luff, Lucas, Weldin. Patterson. »Sacrifice hit—P. Steward. Bullock, Hit by • pitched ball—by Myers. 3. r Base on balls—off Steward, 1; Myers, 6. Um pire—Hastings. 1 1 0 o 3 S 4 fi 5 1 0 . 0 0 . 0 0 . 0 1 . 0 1 ..0 0 . 0 0 , l 1 0 1 0 5 0 0 15 0 2 7 1 0 0 2 0 0 X 5 Second Game, NEWPORT. R. H. o. A. E. 1 o Benson. C. ..0 Wike. c. ... Spence, rf. . Groome, If. Hayden, lb. Allison. 2b. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 i i 1 o ■x ,1 Scarborough, p.-3b. 0 1 Jones, as.0 0 LailT, cf. Steward, 3b.-p. .. 1 1 4 0 0 1 o o 2 8 3 Totals .... ..-.5 7 EASTLAKE. R. H. 0 0 21 O. A. E. 3 0 1 12 0 1 1 0 1 ' 0 0 0 0 0 Lucas, rf.. Bullock, ss. ... Weldln, 2b. .. Stewert, If. ... Patterson, cf. , Plpinp, c. Halter, lb. ... Sommers. 3b. , Smith, p.. 1 0 o o 1 1 2 0 0 4 o 0 0 9 0 1 110 10 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 21 6 Totals .3 SCORE BY INNINGS. ..3 0 1 0 0 0 1—5 ...0 1100 1 0—3 4 Newport .. Eastlake .. Seven innings by agreement. Earned runs—New port, 2. Two base hit—Steward. Three-base hit— Allison. Home run—Groome. Struck out—by Scarborough, 3; Steward, 3; Buith, 4. Hi Allison to Hayden: Allison to Hay den. Left on bases—Newport. 3; Eastlake, 3. Stolen bases—Wike, Bullock, P. Steward. Sacrifice hits— Plpino, Weldln. Hit by pitched ball —Luca*. Base on ball#—off Steward 1. Umpire—Hastings. Double plays—Jones to ... bilverbrook placed tknarimm tta running by defeating Old Swedes two Ça mes. 1 be first game went lor eleven innings, Silverbrook winning, 4 to J. Ms«on pitched a strong game and had he received the proper support would have won his game with ease, taptam Ped ru-k played his usual peppery game aB| did also \\. Smith at second station in the first half of the eleventh it j looked as if the Swedes bad the game on ire when, with two men on bases' and one run across the pan when Mor-1 gan tightened up and the Swedes were j unable to put another %i,m across. In j the last half Bee«on made a hit.to left] and was followed by Morgan, who hit t to center. Beeson being put nut at sec ond. J. Naylor received a pass forc ing Morgan to second, who made third j *u an overthrow. Naylor stole second 1 both Morgan and Naylor scored on Sicman's grounder to short, which took a dirty bounce and rolled to left den. gar Old Swedes lost the second game by | the Score ot 6 4 This game was slow ( and uninteresting. The Svcedes lÿt Wise] bard, but were unable to win. and owing' to the bits being scattered. Green, who j pitched the second game, hud sev eral j scatch hits bunched on him which won l f«r Silver brook. Naylor ot Silverhrhok. ] put up ilie best game for Sil verbrook. I Fdge Moor -Jet eu fed Central by the ere of 9 to 0. Being «n the firing line ot oppoikunity, in close touch with the needs «t indi viduals and busiiieeSeh by Use of the Wants, gainful chances at hand fffr those who make use of Want Ad information.—Adv. ciiu-tn nt are CHICKS LOSE TO SENATORS SCORE 6-2 Bunched Hits, Coupled With Errors, Give Harrisburg First Game of Series RITTER AND BROWN ARE BATTED HARD HARRISBURG. July 59.—Harrls j burg bunched hits off Ritter and Brown In the first two Innings of yea 1 terday's game with Wilmington and scored more than enough runs to win. Score, « to 2. Wilmington's five errors were cost ly, two of these, with three singles, a double and a sacrifice, resulting It* four runs In the first Inning. Two er rors, a double, a sacrifice and two singles netted two more runs in the second, when Brown relieved Ritter, A double and single gave Wllmlng ton one run In the fourth, when Cha bek weakened In the ninth three singles netted another, double play of the game prevented what looked like a dangerous rally at this point. The score: WILMINGTON. The only R. H. O. A, E. 0 0 3 1 0 2 0 0 lion 13 0 0 1111 18 2 1 13 0 0 2 5 11 0.0 0 1 115 0 Marliefka, ss McKenna, rf Frit*. 8b Gleiohman, If Sharp, 2b Meyers, lb Jackson, Of ..it) Kerr, c ... Ritter, p .. Brown, p .. 0 1 - 1 " 0 O - Totals .S 8 24 12 5 HARRISBURO. R. H, O. A E. 110 0 14 0 4 3 0 4 10 15 0 0 Crulckshank, cf ...1 Sunhelm, 3b .1 Dietz, ss Flanagan, rf .0 Rudolph, If .1 Crist. 2b ... Cockill, lb .. Therre, c .... Chabek, p .. ■> ■ o 1 , .0 0 . .0 3 . ,0 0 n 0 9 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 .0 1 ■> Totals 6 11 27 11 3 SCORE BY INNINGS. Wilmington ....000 1 0000 l— 2 Harrisburg .4 2 000000 0—6 Two-base hHs^—Rudolph. Chabek, Fritz. Sacrifice hits—Sundhelra, Crulckshank, Therre. Double play— Flanagan and t)letz. Struck out— Chabek 2, Brown 2, .Left on bases— Wilmington 7, Harrisburg 5. Stolen bases—Cockill, Sunhelm. Hits off— Ritter 4. In one inning; Brown 7, In 7 Innings. Time—1.42. Umpire— Walker. BETTERTON, Md.. July 29.—The nineteenth annual summer tourna _. . ment of the Betterton Oun Club, con ducted1 under the auspices of Capt J. R, Malone, began here yesterday with I 24 shooters participating Upward of | TIE KOK ET BST PLATE. 40 are expected to be on hand today for the remainder of the tourney. In the amateur class Eyler and Minnick fled for first place, each bringing down 96 targets. Steubner and Dlffendall tied for next honors, with tés each. Shaah made the best run of the day, making a run of 66 straight. In the expert class German | with 96. Worthington was next, with 91, and Hammond broke 86. Scores: Eyler . Shoot . Wlilteford ..... Dyre ......... Street .. Hammond .... Mlnnlch .. Stleff . Worthington . Dode . H. Ford ...... Kirkpatrick .. Monroe . J. R, Malone . Gaylor . Lemon . Peppier, Sr. . Steubner ..... German . Dlffendall .... Poppler, Jr. . Oliver . Newkirk . led • 96 ..... 94 84 ...86 ...88 ...86 . . . 96 71 91 ( 54 84 90 6S 60 84 90 84 ...80 ...S3 .. . 95 .95 ..... 88 i TOrNTT CLUB GOLF. August and September will see con-1 tinued golf play at the Wilmington Countrv Club. This season there are many additional contests In which the women are figuring The « half-way cup, competition will he continued during August and September. These matches are played every other Mon dgy. Prizes will be given for the best ar0SB aDd net seores during August an( , Sept( . mb< , r for thP flrpt nlnp holfi p Thw 6corpB mugt bp at)PBted to and J. ban(1o(1 (n Addltiona , prl2PI< will'be awarded fnf ^ RrPalpst numbPr of " b | rd s" mS( , p dl|r|na fbP mon ths of August aB| an( j s Pp t Prnb er, the first nine or eigh , ppn holpg co „ nt it j j j BASEBALL IN THREE LEAGUES < I j 1 YESTERDVY'S RESULTS. Trl-StJHe l eague. Harrlahnrg. 6t Wilmington, 2. Allentown, 7; Atlantic City. 4. York. Ck. Trenton. 5. | ( j Wilmington j Harrisburg .42 l Allentown i. ] Trenton .... I York . Atlantic City STANDING OF THE FLUBS. Trl-State League. L. PC W. 27 51 ,6.»4 .632 .513 .500 48S .326 37 40 38 39 89 n 41 27 56 SFHFOILED FOR TODAY. Tri.Stale League. W ilmillgtan at Harrislmrg. Trenton at York. Allentown al Atlantic City Unusual Scene When 17,000 Athletes Went Through Gymnastics Together t 1 » / f w / ( X ' A srâA » » « . . « L « ' h * i f»-' & V I Us^LjNtB \ 1ttfj ■ ■ tS»U. ■ ■ê:.- , -1*, X '-"'wVî li, r« mm*. * LD • >> i] ,/. -y tin i iT •i, ' » 7*5 vj vJ3 B ♦ » ' ' ^v*V ^ , n ■: »■> ■ k ■ *:? « \ ■jjr : jr -4 - *■4 T"mm d. ■ ■ 'tv jfi \ r < \ liizouo UIP51G r. .a. J! j o I I j S/~ TXi j On The Base Lines! 11 Sporting Gossip and Com« menton Plays and Players Let's Get Acquainted I Let's Ot I Acq uainted The Chicks get another chance at! the Senators today. one gone. Chabek turned the luck this time. t*'» .i, » , „ I Its lucky for the Chicks, perhaps. i that the fellow won't throw 'em over again today. An examination of Tri-State rcc- 'î ords shows Chabek baa beaten the Chicks every time he has gone up against them. If he were a Chick f pitcher how rosy things would be on ' tbis end. Ritter seems to he a disappolnlmenf. j On July 16 he pitched a 12 Innings; game against Harrisburg, the Sena-, Mors winnings 2 to 1. Since that ttmu Ritter has been batted from the box I so frequently that It semns a shame 1 to allow him to start a game. Yeater- < d «> he allowed four hits in one In-'®! nlng • * _ The Chicks evidently had an off day. it hai . bpen a long time g , ncR thpv piled up five other hlngles. Doc Kerr came across with a pair-* of bingles. j Why did the Chicks lose? Seven The cluh goes to York tomorrow, and will return home on Friday to open a six game series. men left on bags, and 5 errijrs. Th-enton's miserable fielding en abled York to win yesterday by 6 to 6, although the visitors had a hatting rally in the ninth Inning and came within one run of tying the score. I With one tally needed and first base j occupied Heist lifted an easy fly to | Davis, ending the game. Trenton out- j hit the home team, but Milllman kept the hits weB scattered, Except* in Hic i ninth Inning. Swaynr's'batl'iie and the sensational fielding of Poland and Poftelger were the high spots. - Atlantic City continued the,,- los Ing streak by dropping an easy came to Allentown by 7 to 4 The "aurf " . played a lis less game and Manage, Caatle has planned radies changea In the team. Pitcher Otto Brazcllc was released as the first step \n thç shake- } I up. Jimmy Sheckard war. a hi? fca ture In the game. Tn the first Inning he lost the ball over tb» frnre wlti> two men on bases His fielding war. also brilliant. Atlantic City ouf bit i j Allentown, hut a POBffXr Ot Slngl ment on the base paths, were wasted on account of had judg Phllbln. who played with Allentown last season, has hern s'gnrd hv I George W. Herbert, of the York team. | to fill Hie vacancy caused by the sus-jnelV pension of Catcher Knotts, who as-jibe saulted the leader of the White Roses , on Saturday. Knotts caused the loss of the opening hill of the double header with Allentown on Saturday, and Heekert resented his abusing Shaw-, w-ho pitched a superb game. Without ceremony he 'struck Herbert ! ,n the face, and the Interference YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. ■National League. Phillies. 6; Pittsburgh. 2. > New York. 4; St Louis, 0. Chicago. 9; Boston, 4. Cincinnati. 7; Brooklyn. 5. STANDING OF THF TU RS. National League. L. PC. W. .700 .605 ' .522 , .5u0 I .488 I .427 I ^91 ! .379 ( 63 27 62 34 48 44 New York Phillies . Chicago . ) Pittsburgh .45 Hr...»Kivu I Boston, ..... St Louis Cincinnati .. 45 41 44 .....38 51 36 66 86 69 I SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. Notional Lemnte. Phillies at Pittsburgh. New- Y'ork nt St. Louis (two games). Boston at Chicago. Brooklyn at Cincinnati. players prevented the manager from getting a severe drfihhtn* Kuotta' sus pension will he for the remainder n f I (the season, undoes the York Club can dispose tff him to advantage. George Brlckley, the young brother * rt . arnp n r i„i,i_ v ? «„ 'l l? «"*/ . f 7" , l ft ' 1 ame. will hate his first tryout In hlg (league hall this afternon when Con-i , . lr V" , h ' m ,|u ''!'* ''™ r : ! ^ J" h , ,hr , AÄldtl«. Although ( Brl ''* lPV '« only,nineteen, he comes . wp l'**oilted by one of Mack's s -outs wb< ' watched his work as an out- [ flelder'-on the Everett. Mass.. (School and various semi-protepalona! teams. "He's young and fast," said Mack, "but whether High England New e „ s ^" e 6°°d8 remains to be ®°*' U *' 1 !' d H " rum . or organ'zed baseball, after Frank :jChance complaln.-d that he wa.. JV' n *'' 1,1 ,hp H "' Chase-Borton Z< hier deal, hut despite that fact minor league managers are flocking Iro Boston to try their hand 4t swap 1 ' 11 * wB h the White Sax leader Hugh (Duffy, now owner of the Portland, Maine, team; Patsv Flaherty, boss of. Some one called Manager Callahan .'he Lynn. Mass., club, of the New Eng land T eague, and Jesse Burkett, man 'nger of the Worcester team, were all in Boston trying to arrange dickers today, The Rf. Txinis Browns wrecked Joe Boehllng s n'lnn'ng streak In the first inning when W'lllams hit for a hornet*" One defeat In Isn't re run with two on base«, twelve games generally gardod as a had record, hnwevev. Mathew son shut the Tardlnals out with four hits. Harmon allowed five hits tn the «even Innings he pitched, but they were hunched In two Inning« and drew enough runs to win. ,, . , n .. _ ... .. But for Outfielder r»rey. the Phil »ja would have shut out the Pirates. Of the rd* h t« made off Seaton. ( arey connected for three and s-ored »he Plre.es only runs with a circuit drive -In Dm (h'rd Inning which sent Simon jin ahead of him. Manager Tinker was the only Red, falling to h'f »afely off the Brooklyn rllchers Dah'en sent In «Free, but Ihev could not stop Cincinnati. . —•— The Boston Braeffs went down he (fore the Cubs. With a hatting rally'jin (under wav In the ninth fbe old hid Iden bijt trick w»« worked on.Con-i" nelly and the show was over. —— The trade tn which Pitcher Mrfon of the Yankees and Kahier of Cleveland Nsps were the central figures, has fallen through for the present Several propos, Hons were 'made, hut Chance's tap, hid was Me jCnnne'l. and Outfielder Cree for Kah Her and Outfielder Granev Manager (Rtrm'nrham said the best he could offer w-as t leboid-and Kebter or Cul a southpaw, for the two Yankees. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. American League. Sf. Lou^s. 4; Washington, 1. Other games postponed (rain). STANDING OF THE FLUBS. American league. \v L PC. Athletics Cleveland .56 TV'arhington .54 Chicago Boston ... Detroit ... St Louis . New York 65 28 699 38 ,596 .574 40 M 47 .520 46 44 .489 .40 58 .408 -39 61 .29 60 .390 .326 SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. American League. Detroit at Philadelphia (tw-o gamegt (Cleveland at New York (two gamee) St.,Louis at Washington. Chicago at Boston. » contests « almost tour time« as large as the one al Stockholm, where the Olympic ' games were held Iasi year. One of B he Interesting features of the meet Ing was seen whm 17,000 athletes, ( **" dresed alike, covered the field and n * a «* d ,n «ymnastlc exercises. They went through rhythm with moslc. and the sight was ; one never witnessed before. The vast audience could not express its appre elation nf the inspiring sight. LEIPZIG, July 29.-More than a hundred thousand athletes look part In the recent games and here. and for the spectators a gigantic Mad Mum was built. The new stadium Is To give room for all of thefti the In movement a bud hitting *• The tea U.H E At V ,,„, M KmNlln Ux-eh plaved. r v Gormaii'-. ".lefct.-d - Crab»" by the litre of tin ganu i«'abbot and Baker, LOBSTERS WIN ONE K I .imi< I'd on IT to Hi. the lleWlug ot Ni-ure bv liiMiiig«: we« Lobster» .. * • ■ • Batterie« ; ...2234 2 1 0 2 I .. ;i o 2 3 it 070 ) Lobsters, lurkev O'Doiimdl 17 20 s, 10 là 0 Uiirmo u and d id. [ing ,i home tun "tb'-r Iv ( ohh. Big Mannci- Bill is 1 ".' -I'u-k'on need. f'abliot nearly lost hi« caU-liiug a l|v. Mu'll» : and I lark» 1 ; umpire». \\ i«er and Pinkey. ( rill». Notes of the Game. Some fielding. Miller ni■ iking I un «n « hunt. a hornet""' Bed lama w'a» the Mnr on «tenting «erfind, third nhd home Who »sill thev never came bmkr f v bus Don't forget, buys, all out .ignin. Mapny wn» then- wild the club, mile % Keep it up. Red; you will mike ,m 1 s«nie runter. »I mi «u une like tooth COUNTRY CLUB GOLF Mi»| Edith Xoblit turueil in the beH ff"te iu Hie \\ ilmington J«fteimo". '" <l,, ' M '" n " ,f Unv r "P Mr*. | '' nr . v » handic#p of eight. TI»# otli#r score* . wrrp net Id hole unite)) at Cub N'ubllt rmindel the IS Mr«. W. R. mile, turue-1 1 he IVuintrv Mbs ymter.lf M r - j_* '•I. no. grn' » ' • ■runs. Hdcji. Net Mr«. I. Ball Pinne 67 ■■ - ■ Mr-. E. K Mitchell Mr», S. Biddle Mr«. T. W. t'rtiupbell V S. I lux In 11.1 li •V) 13 v «0 Mi 73 1 ' 10 . 14 Negotiations may be resumed when v«„ v—t ... frlp . Thw c^wo new rc ,,. ru))8 haVp brr „ h . t>rco(d'-ni i K#rM „ # th , ;trP nu ft , r)r u -av ! ,.„ e ThPV ar>1 nutfidder I'.mk from (hp Atl9 . tn r]„ b o( -| r ,» 9 | P , . ue in j ; p flrhrr Coonev. from Bufl« Thp unfpv erlnp ot a hlg S'ndtcaie ■ tha , mntrols "blind pools" for betting OI , baseball gam«», was pror lsrd tn day as a pat, of flic Ctr igo gran ! 'jury Imvstlgatlon Into baseball ganib Handbook men who operate»; ; ,ljng I»4llard rooms and saloons all ove, ; Chicago, were reported to have tak-u ! "vacation" today, following the In (diriment of nine» alleged bookies" 'by the grand jury yesterday. I • Half Price SaJe J20.00 It's The Semi-Annual SUITINGS THAT WERE SUITINGS THAT WERE SUITINGS THAT WERE SUITINGS THAT WERE 4» r 817.00 815.00 =" Coat and Trousers Made to Your Own Measure. THAT WERE *30.00 THAT WERE S27.50 THAT WERE 825.00 SUITINGS SUITINGS SUITINGS *■ > ii THAT WERE. $40 00 THAT WERE. $37-5° THAT WERE $35.00 SUIT1NQS SUITINGS SUITINGS Coat and Trousers Made to Your Own Measure. Tailored in the Latest Styles and GUARANTEED to Fit. ■ ÎEorton C. Stout &<Do 326 Market St. Tailors, Importers Open Tonight Until 9 O'clock. ( I Two Writers Agree That Chicks Pennant Chances Are Good They've about given up. Sporting writer» over the Tri-State eireuit have :thoiit concluded to hitnrl the pennant to Wilmington. DlHcuaaing the race the lock Dispatch say*; "There are now remaining 31 day» of Tri State baseball before the rinsing nt Ihr 1BI.1 campaign Unless several of the league clubs fake a derided spurt and stop the Wilmington bunch, the ... . .' . , I links will bare the -pennant cinched : I adore the middle ot next month It la [true the ('hicks had a slump some time I ago but It was of short duration and I since that time they haw been winning games right and left, now lending liar riabnrg. which stands second, by more than 10 games. Thfl Mud Hens are playing the game - .— — - . — . . —— GRANGERS IN FIELD Ci'OQT nil Tlf II DCn • V MUnl UN 111 UKjUAY ber of members of neveral ot the com mtltecB,. arrangementa for the held dar «porta were not completed at the 'meeting of Diamond Slate Orange last evening at the home of Alfred I). I'ralg. Newport. I The final details will be finished op 'Thursday morning at (meeting which w J meadow previous [the program of the day, eludes « running rare. Because of the absence of u num an Informal Ill be held tn Knott's to the opening of which In-1 three legged race, ball game contest, ball throw Ing for the women, flag pageant and other iiinusement features. Those who attend the field day sports will take trolley which will leave Fourth and Market at 0 30 o'clock, arriving « t, Btanton about 10 o'clock, where It will be met by teams which will con vey Hie visitors to the grounds. Little business of Importance wms Dens acted at the grange meeting last ' Z B , of i lnp ^ rtMno « win cm .„ , hp nwl of lhp KrungP , on ( AlIK1 , st 4 . and all members hre re-1 quoted to he In attendance. annual to Ktilem. N. .1. tu n to have Arma. Kv<-i y thing In In readiness 1er the outing of the Wed heck Club The member» will 'leave.on Saturday and return August 17. Lewi» Y. Dunham and H, D. ('i)ok will have cbaige nf the commis sary and Karl Alirel. of Elktnn will he J. B, Wolfe, nf Wllllamspnrt, Pa., and M. D Black will have charge cf traiiKprirtatlon of the goods from The members arc requested to meet nt Youngs' not luti-r than 2.30 o'clock Saturday. cook Wilmington to Salem, . SETTLEMENT LE Hit'll. The Settlement Junior# defeated the tail-end'-rs of the Settlement f cng-ici yest'-rdiy *1 to 4. Kden Jun ior« de'eated the Roc-kford Chicks The standing follows: W. L. Pet. .2 0 L"fio Kden Itinlors .... Settlement Juniors .., ... .1 Rci-k ord Ch'ck# .1 Clmpel A. C. ... .5011 1 1 .94 2 .000 n L : »H iil ■; a Whcrrvrr ihe strain is (irFalrsI I Irre ihn I'odI is tloiiHIv lori lui with Vanadium sled. And there is more Vanadium used in Ford, th in in any other automobile construction, the reason the Ford is strongest-— lightest—and most durable. V. I, ; 1 -j 1 |l I hat s Here's the test: 300 000 Fordr now In scr ibe, Runabout 1525: Touring Car »tiO»; Town Car $800—f.o.b. Detroit, with all equipment. *1 Gom?ry-Sflmar z Molor far Cr. 1011 Orange Street, Dealers—Hudson and FoH Cars. ■ » Wilmington ii; •fi I ..... . , , , .. .... , dti All hope ot landing at the ton of the 1 mstH,R u "K UP r ' ,r '' h * b,, °n , Io *t Manager * pnii, but there .-tli». tcQldlÉ an exeemrnt chance ot sein rin position, as Jlamsbutg, holders of the runner up place, Imv not auch a enmnuinding lend that élu» However, m baseball the tana a pennon# winner and when this ch.incw la lost the bulk ot the interest in Hit ,,i, * h " ,r * 1m ' '«""nig ■« i«ot I reilton has thirty Ihre»- inoregarn .'<■ 6gur.i III Is-fore the curtain i mng .down on the IPI f scramble, umy thirteen of these battles w-fll be fought Jon the* honte grounds, as ! the olHcial schedule the Tigi ed to tight twenty of the contests away from home. This J Urally places the Bengals | vintage, hut all season the club baa j shown up ns good, if not better, on the road than while gamboling around thi They are playing somewhat in the same style as Harrisburg did last Storm, and it wMl tske some tall hirst ling to oust (hern. Nothing short of pling accidents can do it Don« of many funs conditions Uilmmgto chance of takurg the IPI3—rag." The Trenton Times »»»nout* enp* 8 the* prrdic Summing up all t h«' beat Il il I '' codd he. pietefli Royal Bengal» canmd di them want u IU arc* book I* it ni a I ii mg nat al n diaad : Morns Park eneloaure. j "There does not seem any way to fig. ure Trenton having a chance to cop the pennant. With thirty-three games left to piny non.uld hope to hear ot tjis Tigers taking more than two.thirds pt these battles." Should the club take t enty-two of jthe game» and tfrop elc\ep, they would | Hni»h the reason with a pemuitag ;ttu the other hand, if jJackt through j »genre of Mans S' ns Mud Heu« »hould by accident meet defeat. In (wo third» of their to. mnining thirty three contest», the Delaware club would «till have niitigiii on the (eriey u according to the dope, the -cn-i-ii with a percentage ' Looking at the race «« it noh there ib-e- not appear any ti hieh the fronton tea fe Wilmington, uld win-1 up f 1114. tamis ilmle T call the flag. "Harrisburg line thirty two ganyç tn play , and if t Wkill'» crow can Inn twenty one i ictorie Hu- IViiiim I ! ,lr '* 1 ''' V 1 " "* " \\ ilmingten, if the latter t two thirds of their giimv». on wrtli - it lue».? ; Hal i lshurg'a look » am heller tliau ; - \ j i chance» ib Trenton's» not M waomÊtmatê I Norfolk__ ■ST *1 fF )lii\ CyOK FOLfC a Neu» ARROW COLLAR 3 Irj 3» f», OeC, fiaWiJ Cp., Ik., Htbri '