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WITH NEW— MORECHANGES OVER WEEK-END IN TRIBE CAMP Pitchers Tucker and Jones Ob tained and Outfielder Russell Released,. MTLLER SERIES IS LOST Two new pitchers obtained and one • utfielder released were the changes oTer the week-end in the makeup of Jack Hendricks’ Indians. Pitcher Turner of the Chicago Cubs and Jones of the Boston Nationals were secured in deals through the effort* of Manager Hendricks and President Smith, and if the new Iwirlers report in shape the Tribe will be better fortified to bat tle the leading Saints in the series open ing at St. Paul today. Both Turner and Jones are right handers with creditable records in the box, and their presence no doubt will re store enough confidence in the club to make it worthy opposition for .Mike Kel ley's outfit. The Tribe staff now- consists of Kogge, Caret. Petty. Flaherty, Turner and Jones and. according to Owner Smith, who has returned to the city, more hurlers will Sunday at Minneapolis Indians. AB. R. H. O. A. E. Smith 2b 4 1 0 * 2 1 Kehg, rs 2 1 0 2 0 2 Emerich, rs 2 0 0 0 0 0 Covington, lb 4 2 1 11 2 1) O'Mara, 3b....< 3 1 0 1 3 1 Zwilling. cf 4 0 1 1 0 0 Schreiber. ss "3 o 0 O 1 I Roll ley. if 4 0 0 2 0 O Henline, c 3 0 1 3 0 0 Cavet, p 3 0 0 0 6 0 Totals 32 5 3 24 14 5 Millers. AB. R. H. O. A. E. Jackson, rs 4 2 2 2 0 0 Davis, 3h 4 2 2 4 2 0 Rondeau, If 4 1 3 2 0 0 Murphy, cf 4 0 1 3 0 1 Bowman, lb 5 0 2 10 1 2 Wade, ss 4 0 0 3 * I Sawyer, 2b 4 110 2 1 Mayer, c 4 1 1 3 0 0 Londermilk, p 4 2 2 0 2 0 Totals ! 37 9 14 27 11 3 Indians 3000000 2 o—s Millers 15 3 00000*—9 Sacrifice hits—O’Mara. Schreiber. Wade. Stolen base-.-Dav!s. Two-base hits —Ron- deau. Davis. Londermilk. Double play —Smith to Covington. Left on bases— Indians. 8; Millers, 8. Bases on bails —Off Cavet, 1. off Loudermilk. 5. Hit by pitcher—By Caret, 2 (Jackson, Mur phy); by Loudermilk. 1 (Cavet). Struck one—By Caret, 2; by Loudermilk, 2. Winning pitcher Loudermilk. Losing pllrim Cirri Wild pitch—By I.ouder milk, 1. Umpires—Finneran and Free man. Time—l.4o. The game scheduled for Saturday at Minneapolis was postponed on account of rain. be secured as rapidly as possible If the present crop fails to lead the team out of -he rut. Outfielder Russell was released yester day. He has recovered from the injury received in Kansas City and is again ready to play, but. due to the fact hat his throwtng arm is bad. Manager Hen dricks is letting him go. Russell is free to join any elub he pleases, because Hend recks decided to release him outright a* a reward for giving his best efforts while a member <>f the Indians. The Indians dropped another game te the Millers at Minneapolis Sunday the Cantillonifes winning. 9 to 5. Png Tavet was far off form, but de spite this fact the Ind’ans fought like wild men nad managed to score fiv> inn* on ojßy three hit*. Grover IJindermllk, recently obtained from the White Soy by the Miller*, huried for C.tutillon. ano. though some what wild, he had burning speed and was able to escape with a victory. It was the Tribe’s sixth straigot i fear, and the path is becoming hard, but gl-e athletes are still striving to get out (of (he slump and there •> a bright pos sibility of the team doing a comeback In the series opening at St. Paul to day. Following four games at Ft. Paul the Indians will return home, meeting the Louisville Colonels here Staurday. TRIP FOR PRINCETON'. PRINCETON. N. J_ May 24.—Twenty trackmen with Coach Keene ’'itzpatrick will sail for England arotuid ’ me 12 to compete in meet with Osr ord and Cambridge according to plans of the Princeton hoard of athletic controL AN INNING WITH THE AMATEURS By CHARLIE LOGAN Borhford railed his elan about him yesterday Mid went forth to battle with the Dardrttaa, coming oat on the long end of a 7 to 5 connt. Buehler and Wnjrivcmd hurled the Turners to a 10 to 3 Ttetory over the Bordens when the Spades failed to show np for their Municipal loop game. Shay and Carrol fumisfopd the feature ; stunts in the Cathedra! High school’s 1 win orer the North Park' Juniors. Crawfordsville couldn't touch Redman I and the Merits got away* with an IS to j 4 victory. i ' ’ Dick Miller's Belmonts, had a lot of j fun beating Brownsbtirg. 11 to 1. Mott ! htd plenty of curves. Engleking got a ; three-bagger with three men on in the first round. The Marion Ramblers lost. 2 to 1. to the Meldons in a hot scrap at Brookslde. The Brookside Independents defeated the Pirates, 6 to 2, at Brookside park yesterday. The Saturday afternoon league games are getting more Interesting every week. The Marmons played kindergarten ball in the field and took\*ll the shine off their Werneke-Sweeney battery, besides losing to the Premiers, 5 to 2. Tom Sweeney made Ills first ap pearance behind the plate in a Mar mon uniform and stacked up like a million bucks. Sweeney also got a couple of wallops. The Martin Parrys lost the dope bucket when they beat the G. &. J. out fit. 11 to 7. Benny Flagler pitched a no-run game for Hibben-Hollweg against the Hollen beck Press. Benjamin also got a triple, double, single and walk. The Hibben- Hollwegs got fourteen runs. The Langsdales beat El! Lilly, 2 to 1, in ten innings. Holcomb & Holke beat the 6 to 0. ! The American Cana couldn’t rattle around the sacks and the Link Belts hooked them up with a 3 to 1 trouncing. Hand outclassed McCoy on the mound and the Abattoirs walloped the Robbins. 8 to 1. The Board of Trade got two hits, no ! runs and one beating from Fairbanks- Alorse. Bemis Bags went twelve rounds before they could turn back the Oaks, 5 to 4. Ths Udell Ladders were one run short er than the Citizens Gas. * Jk Ths, Broadway Methodists slipped eout:port Methodist a 10-to 9 The East Tenth Methodists did the iK PITCHERS ADDED, INDIANS INVADE HOME OF LEAGUE-LEADING ST. PAUL CLUB Baseball Calendar \ > A HOW THEY STAND. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. W. L. Pet.l W. L. Pet. St. Paul. 25 8 .758 Louis Vie 14 14 .500 Min’p’lis 19 15 .559 Coin bus. 14 16 .467 Milw kee 19 15 .545 Kan. City 1124 .314 Toledo.. 16 14 .533 Imd’p'lls . 6 19 .296 AMERICAN LEAGUE. W. L. Pct.j W. L. Pet. ; Clevel’d. 21 9 .700 Wash’ton 14 16 .467 Roston.. IS 9 .667 St. Louis. 13 15 .464 Chicago. 16 12 .571 Philadel. 10 IS .357 X. York. 15 14 .317,Detroit.. 721 .250 NATIONAL LEAGUE. IV. L. Pct.j W. L. Pet. Pittsb’g 18 12 .600 St. Louis 14 15 .483 Cincin’ti 16 12 .571 Boston.. 12 1 .480 Bro’klyn 14 11 .560 X. York.. 11 16 .407 Chicago. 17 15 .5311 Philadel. 11 19 .367 THREE I LEAGUE. W. L. Pet.! W. L. Pet. Rockford. 14 8 636 Cedar Rp.. 910 474 Bloom’tn. 12 9 (*3tfPeoria.... 9 10.474 Rock I*l.. 11 10 .524 Moline. ... 10 12 .455 Terre Ht. 10 11 .476 Evansvle.. 712 .368 GAMES TODAY. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. , Indianapolis at St. Paul. Louisville at Minneapolis. Toledo at Kansas City.' Columbus at Milwaukee. AMERICAN LEAGUE. St. Louis at Boston. Detroit at New York. Cleveland at Washington. Chicago at Philadelphia. NATIONAL LEAGUE. New York at St. Louis. Boston at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at Pittsburg. Philadelphia at Chicago. YESTERDAY’S RESULTS. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Toledo 00200100 o—3 11 0 Milwaukee 00000020 o—2 8 3 Batteries Stryker, Middleton and Murphy; Northrop and Gaston. (Ten Innings'*. Columbus .. 210000040 5—12 14 3 Kansas City 2 5 0000000 0— 7 10 1 Batteries—Sherman. George, Barger and Wagner; Horstman, Bolden and Brock, Sweeney. ! Bt. Paul 02200001 •—5 8 1 Louisville 10100000 o—2 7 3 Batteries Merritt and McMenemy; Long and Kocber. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 000102 0 0 * —3 6 1 St. Louis 00020000 o—2 3 2 Batteries-Shawkey and Hannah; Well man and Bieiing. Washington .... 0 1 200000 * —3 7 0 Chicago # 00 00001 o—l 6 0 Batteries—Erickson and Gharrity; Ci cotte. Kerr and Schalk. Philadelphia ... 00 0 00002 0- 2 10 0 Cleveland XOOOOOOO o—l 5 2 Batteries —Martin and Perkins; Ccv alskie and O’Neill. (Only three games playedi. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Pittsburg 000000 00 1 1 8 0 Brooklyn 00000000 o—o 5 1 Batteries —Ponder and Schmidt; Pfef fer and Elliot. Boston 02 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 -7 12 0 Cincinnati 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 o—o 33 Batteries-S‘-ott and Gowdy; Ring. Fisher, Luque and Wingo. St Louis 00420000 o—6 6 3 New York .... 1 0 1 0 1 1 00 0-4 8 0 Batteries —Doak. Sherilel and Dll hoefer; Barnes and Smith. Chicago 00230032* 10 14 2 Philadelphia.. 00 0 20000 0— 3 4 0 Batteries Hendrix and O'Farrell; Causey and Wheat. SATURDAY’S RESULTS. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Columbus. 5; Kansas City, 2. Milwaukee. 8; Toledo. 4 Other games postponed (rain). AMERICAN LEAGUE. Chicago. 10; Washington. 6. Cleveland. 4: Philadelphia, 1. St. Louis. 2; N%w York. 1. Detroit at Bo*ton (rain). NATIONAL LEAGUE. Boston. 2; Cincinnati, 1. St. Louis, 3; New York, 2 (ten inning*). Chicago. 15; Philadelphia. 8. Brooklyn. 4; Pittsburg, 1. The Miller family played an impor tant part In the Rirer Avenue Baptists' 17-to-10 win over the First Baptists. The Olive Branches are out of the rut. They defeated the St. Paul Meth odists, 6 to 5. Earlham Wins on Track and Butler at Tennis TERRE HAUTE, Ind., May 24.—Taking second place or better in all hut one event Earlham college scored OS points and won tile eighteenth annual I. C. A L. track meet at Rose field Saturday afternoon, Franklin was second with 3314 porhts, Butler of Indianapolis third with 17 points. Rose Poly fourth with 3>4 poiuts. State Normal failed to score. Butler won both the doubles and sin gles tennis meets. Bob Bastain and Koehler defected Williams and Owens of Rose Poly, 6-1, 6-2, 4 6 and 6-1. Wamsley of Butler beat Owens of Rose Poly 7-5, 6-4, 6-3. GAMES OVER INDIANA. Frankfort. 7; Jewell’s A B. C.'s, 5. Spencer, 13; Martinsville, 5. Sheridan, 6; Ceeero. 5. Chicago Ashlands. 10; Laporte. 5. Columbus, 6; Indianapolis Tigers, 3. Indianapolis Belmonts, 11; Browns burg, L Indianapolis Merits. 18;- Crawfords ville, 4. Logansport, 13; Marion, 1. St. Paul, 8; Shelbyville, 4. Peru, 6; Lafayette, 0. Brownstown. 9; North Vernon, 7. Anderson. 13; Ft. Wayne, 7. Chicago Havanas, 8; Goshen, 2. Acton, 8; Indianapolis Comets, 4. r — _ MAXWELL Immediate Delivery The me tala used in this car are noteworthy —as fine, pound for pound, as in any car. ' 418-424 V. Capitol Avenue. j . ■ Hi ARTCHEVROLET OUT OF CLASSIC Monroe Pilot in Hospital Fol lowing Speedway Smash up. Arthur Chevrolet, auto race driver, was resting easily at the Methodist hos pital today, where he-ivas taken follow ing an accident at the Speedway yes terday. It was stated. Lowever, that the dic ing pilot would not be able to returh to the speed game for some titne, as his injuries are such that it will he days before the driver can again go. hack of the wheel. The injury io A. Chevrolet will be a handicap to the Monroe team in the big 500-mile classic next Monday, but the other members of the squad, though regtetfing the absence of Arthur, are determined to “carry on," and they mean to put up a terrific bid for first honors just to please their injured com rade. i A. Chevrolet met with the accident which# eliminated him from the race* while tuning up his Monroe mount yesterday. Chevrolet in a Monroe, Del’nlma in a Ballot and Thomas xu a Ballot were tearing off a few merry practice miles on the brick oval when the accident oc curred. They were fairly well bunched, with Thomas holding a slight lead, wheu they hit the south turn, with everything open. .Tust as they entered the turn, Thomas’ right rear tire gave way, from a punc ture. apparently, and he skidded up to the retaining wall. DePalma, by one of the most spectacular pieces of driving that has ever been witnessed on the track, drove clear or the car, but a trick of fate shoved the wreck immediately in the path of the speeding Monroe. A head collision followed. After the crash the Monroe dived through the air, brushed the.wall and turned turtle, skidding to the bottom of the track beside the flaming French Bal lot. Chevrolet was thrown clear of the car when it turned over, hut his chest was slightly crushed when the machines crashed and Ms face was painfully bruised when be slid across the track. His machintcian, Marcelle Cheveaus, es caped without injury, as did Thomas and hi* riding mate. Ferrnard Ilennard. The few ralthirds who witnessed the accident rushed to the scene, carried Chevrolet from the track and extin guished the flaming Ballot with sand and fire extinguishers. The car was not badly damaged and Thomas will be ready to “try it over" tomorrow. Jean Porporato and Jack S- ales, yes ; terrtays arrivals, w>-re guests ;st the ex press office today. Their Gregejres were carded for arrival before the sun went down and the pair of flashes were on deck to rush them out to the tra-’k for Inspection and a practice turn. Porporato provided the fins a bit of entertainment in the 1915 race here. Scales will make hi* debut in American ra'lng circles on the Speedway oval May 31. He has driven in several races on foreign soil. After returning from a trip around the two and one half-mile circle yesterday Scales said there was room there for plenty of speed. Eugene Fluerv i the onlv mechanician with the Gregoire team at the present time. / Ja-k Bolling’* Richard* Special arrived yesterday and wilt be seen on the bricks not later than tomorrow afternoon. Barney Oldfield’s cr is on deck and the “old master” pot to work today with Waldo Stein, hi* driver, preparing for a trial spin late this afternoon or tomor row. After his close stive in (he Monroe Ballot crash jesterria-. Ralph Del'.lut* pulled up in front of hi garage, removed bis helmet and sid: ’ Weil. boys, this r*ce game is a grand rd l pastime if tmi don't get acquainted with the retaining walls.” A family may be down, but it’s never out. Ga*ton and Louie will "be there’ to uphold the standard of the House of (’ltevrolet. Rav Howird bad his rVugoof out for the first time Saturday. It’s a smart looking wagon, but still has a few minor ailments. Roy Isn’t worry In’. Everything Is smiles in tbe gar*"., of "Smiling Ralph" Mulford. Hi* car !i* been through the mill before and Ralph’s helpers know what It can do. Umphrev Wins Golf Match In a special golf nia'ch at Highland yesterday between William Uinpbrey and George Pesantels. the former won. Much Interest had been worked up In the match and a large gallery followed the play. The scores follow: DEBAUTELS. Out... 10 7 7 7 5 4 10 4 ft 60 In 5 8 7 7 5 6 7 7 6 58 118 UMPHREY. Out... 76756678 U 56 In 4 7 5 7 6 5 6 8 5 53 109 TURK THROWS GREEK. After losing the first fall in sixteen and one half minutes the “Terrible Turk" threw bis Greek opponent. Cyclofie Burns, in eight aid one half minutes and the second time In twelve and one-half min utes. thereby winning the wrestling l.oiit at Tomlinson hall Saturday night. 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Technical tied the state record in the relay, doing the distance in three minutes forty and two fifths seconds, which equals the time set by Crawfords ville High school's famous team at Rich mond last year. TEN TEAMS IN BIG RACE. Ten relay teams representing the best in ten sections of Indiana started in the race. Technical men ran in the following order: Griggs, Hawkins, Dynes and Gray. Laverty of Frankfort led at the end of the first quarter by five yards, and ho gave the relay to Salmon, while Griggs of Technical was in second place and turned the relay to Hawkins. The giant Technical star caught Sal mon at the 220-yard mark anil passed him. giving his teammate Dynes a three yard lead. Dynes increased the lead to twelve yards when he reached Gray, the Indian apolis finish man. Gray seemed confident of success aud did not let out in his first 220 yards, and Young of Frankfort and Bowser of War saw drew up almost even with him. Then Gray sprinted and was leading by eight yards when he broke tlte tape, Heine the state record. HOW POINTS HERE DISTRIBUTED. The teams finished In the following order: Manual, IK; Wabash. 11 1-3; Technical. 9; Brasil. 7; Washington. 6: Washington Center. 6; Rochester, 6; An derson. 5; South Bend, 5; Emerson of Gary, 5; Nobiesville, 4; Tipton, 3; Pa toka. 3; Delpni, 3; Hammond, 2; Co lumbia City, 11-3: Lebanon 11-3; Mar tinsville. 1 ; Garfield High school of Terre Haute, 1; Frankfort. 1. Never were there so many first-class pole vaulters in a state meet as this j ear. It was on the result of the pole vault the meet depended, for Murk’ of Wa bash, seemed to have a chancy to win the event, aud if he had done so Wa bash would have defeated Manual. When Emil Harmcson vaulted 10 feet tl'-j inches and Lorber of Columbia City, Marks of Wabash and Higgins of Leba non failed to get over it cinched the meet for Manual. MILE RECORD 18 EQUALED. Besides the relay race only one other state record was equaled and that was In the tulle run, when Phillips of Rush ville won first over Werner of Tipton and Regan of Frankfort, doing the mile in 4:12 2-5. equal.i.g the record of Trotter of North Salem. The summaries of the Saturday cham pionship meet were as follow*; 100-Yard Dash William (Washington), first; Whitney (Manual), second; Oar tug i Hammond), third. Time, :104 5. 220 lard Dash Gra\ (Technical), tirut ; Currie ißrazil) second; fearing iHam mond). third Time. 23 4 5 120 Yard High Hurdles Dunleavv (Em erson, Gary). lirr : Hay (Technical) sec ond : Griggs (Technical), third. Time. 17 H-5. 22<) Yard Low Hurdles Marks (Wa bash). ftr-it: Whitney (Manual), second; Clover (Nobiesville), thirl Time. :27 440 Yard Dash Thompson (South Bead), first: Hamlins (D-lphll. neennd . Burris (Washing) u), third Time. 51 ssfl Yard Run Julius (Anderson), first; Gardner 'Manual), second, t onover Gar field. Terre Haute), third. Time. 2:073 5. Mile Bun—Phillips (Rnabvlllei. first; Werner tTipton), second - Began (Frank fort), third Time, 4 122 5. Shotput Butler t Wabash), first ; Kolb Ijfcb t! Big League Stuff | Babe Ruth, the btg nil! buster, ham mered out his sixth homer and helped the Yanks to victory over the Browns yes terday. , Baby Doll Jacobson also slammed out a four-baser. The Reds were unable to interpret Scott's curve language and Were blanked by Boston with three hits. Terry and Hollocher gave Hendrix sensational fielding support and helped him defeat the Phillies. Dugan’s double with two men on and two out gave the Athletics their Sunday game at Cleveland. The Dodgers hurried home from Smoketoxvn with the Pirates to take a beating at the hands of Elmer Ponder,, who whitewashed them with five hits. A good southpaw can generally make the Giants roll over, and Sher dell managed to do It at St. Louis, . though he got plenty of support from the Card*. F.rickson outpitehed Oieotte at Wash ington and the White Sox swallowed de feat. Babe Ruth's home run over the right field stand yesterday broke a tie between Ruth, Happy Felsh and Clarence Walker for the top of tle full circuit douters. Ruth now has six. d’atoka), second: Itosebosg (Rochester), third. Distance 43 feet 7> 4 inches. High Jump Evans (Brasil) and De motte (Manual) tied for first (dace; Ba ker (Washington Center), third. Height, 5 feet 8 inches. Pole Vault—Harmeson (Manual), first; Larber (Columbia City), Marks (Wa> bash i. -Higgins (I,eh:inon) and Smith (Nobiesville) tied for second and third places. Height. 10 feet 11 k* inches. Broad Jump McCoy (Washington Cen ter), first; Smith ‘Nobiesville), second: South (Martinsville), third. Distance, 20 feet 3 Inches Relay Race Technical, Indianapolis, first; Frankfort, second. Time, 3:4-. Meehan Stars in Speedy Meet Taken by Irish SOUTH BEND, Ind.. May 24.—Eddie Meehan, captain of Notre Dame track team, flushed to the tape a winner over Jolt* Ray in the KSO-ytird run of the dual meet between Notre Dame aud the Il linois Athletic club, Saturday. Mcehaa's spectacular performance fea tured the contest, which was won by Notre Paine, 72 to 54. Six Cartier field records were broken In the meet. Besides Meehans record breaking exhibition, Murphy Kasper and Peach of Notre Dame and Ray and Kiiourch of the I. A. C. lowered former marks. Bill Haves of Notre Dame, national lnO rsrd champion, tied the track record for the 220 yard daub by covering the diitance in :2l 3-5. Hayes won the century dash without extending himself. Butler's Fall Card The Butler college 1920 grid schedule was completed Saturday and show* the following games: <> t. 2 Wlttenburg eollege at Indi anapolis. ((■•t. 9- Hanover college at Indianap olis Oct 16 Wilmington college at Indi anapolis. Oct. 23 -Enrlharo college at Indlanap -1 oils. Oct 30-Georgetown (Ky.) college at Indianapolis Nov. h~ Franklin at Indianapolis Nov. 13 Rose Poly at Terre Haute. Nov. 20 Chicago Y. M. C. A. college at Indianapolis. Epstein to Battle Butler on Program at Carpentier Show Tim Butler, Minneapolis bantamweight boxer, will meet Solly Epstein, the Indi anapolis aspirant for bantamweight championship honors, in a ten-round bout that will be one of the interesting features of the Elks athletic festival which will bring Georges Carpentier here next Saturday night, at coliseum, state fair grounds. Epstein is working out daily, and is in fine fettle. The former newsboy is making a big reputation for himself in bantam circles. This will he a busy week for Car pentier. He shows in Montreal, Canada, today and Tuesday: Sherbrooke. Canada Wednesday, jumping from there to Chi cago, where he will give an exhibition Friday night, and coming to Indian apolis Saturday. A. B. C.’s Wind Up With Marcos; Win 2 Sunday The A. B. f.. sand Dayton Marcos were ready for the third and last game of their series at Washington park this after noon and it was the visitors’ only chance •to win a game because C. I. Tavlor's (fast going outfit-grabbed both contests of the double header Sundav, 10 to 8 And 11 to 2. The Marcos took the lead in the open ing battle, but the A. B. C.’s got together and soon ran up the count. Charleston came through with another circus catch in center field that was the feature of the afternoon's play. The A. B. C.'s .again demonstrated their skill at the bunting game and up set. the visitors' defense by this system of attack. Following the game today the A. B. C’s will go on the road until the latter part of June. Yesterday's scores: Marcos 4 0002020 0 88 4 A. B. C.’s 04 3 10200 *—lo 9 6 „.P at i*f l . e *~ WlUon ’ Brltt Britt, vvingtteld; Disiuukes, Jefferies ■ud Powell. 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Price Win Two Events on Local Cycle Program Henry Price, riding from scratch, took first place In the five-mile handicap cycle race at the fair grounds Saturday afternoon in 15:05. His time would have been much better had the track been iu proper eonditiort. Price also won his two-mile match race with Alien Pickett, winner of the twelve-mile handicap two weeks ago, in 5:41. Gipson and Caseber tied in a two-mlle race against time in 5:30. The races were run under the super vision of Charles E. Wehr, Indiana rep resentative of the National Cycling as sociation. A large crowd was on deck for the show. Several' short distance races will he staged at Riverside park June 5. Student-Athlete Medal for Shortridge Seniors A movement that is expected to stimu late interest in studies and athletics at Shortridge High school was inangurated yesterday when officers of the Osric Mills Watkins American legion post stated that each year the post will set aside a fund for the purpose of pur chasing a medal to be known as the Osric Mills Watkins medal, which will be presented to the best student athlete in the senior year. Watkins, a former Shortridge student, was a lieutenant in the air service, who died in France. Tie at Gun Club Edmonson and Haddath tied for first honors in the shoot aj the Indianapolis Gun club Saturday, each breaking 95 out of a possible 100 targets. Parry was next in line with two less broken birds. Parry, Blessing and Britton were tied on the Arvin trophy event, SATURDAY COLLEGE BALL. Notre Dame, 4: Indiana, 3. Yale, 9: Cornell. 3. Columbia, 1; Pennsylvania, 0. Array, 6; Rutgers, 0. Navy, 16; Dickinson, 1. Michigan, 12; lowa, 3. California, 17; Detylt “U,” 4. LEVINSKY GETS CARPENTIER GO Bat Picked as Yank Trial Horse for Frenchie. NEW YORK, May 24.—The signing of Georges Carpentier and Bat Levinsky for a bout for the world’s light heavy weight championshipNK'as the chief topic, of discussion in American boxing circles today. Despite repeated assurances that he cams here to fight—to meet Jack Demp sey, if possible—many American boxing fans had begun to believe that Carp&n tier would eventually return to France without drawing on the gloves In a pro fessional contest on this side of the pond. So his matching with Levinsky was welcome news. Levinsky. recognized as America’s light heavyweight champion, should prove a worthy opponent for the Frenchman. Levinsky combines speed and clever ness with quite a little punching ability and. though he has been in the ring for a number of years and has always ranked as one of the best in this country’s busiest boxers, he is a good trial horse for Georges. As Carpentier is holder of both heavyweight and light heavyweight ties of Europe, his match with Levin sky will be a title affair, and If he hopes to meet Jack Dempsey he must defeat the Battler—a task that none of the American heavyweights, aside from Jack Dempsey, has been able to perform de cisively, though reports from the recent bout last Friday indicated that Levin sky had been outwitted by Chuck Wig gins of Indianapolis. The Levinsky-Oarpeatier battle will be either for twelve or fifteen rounds, with or without a decision, depending on where it is held. Curley will name a site four weeks in advance of the bout and it is probable that New York will land the plum, for favorable action on the Walker boxing bill by Gov. Smith is expected within a few days. DODERS GET M’CABE. CHICAGO, May 24—The Chicago Na tionals have relieased Inflelder McCabe, a utility player, to the Brooklyn Na tionals have released Infielder McCabe, Angeles cluh of the Pacific Coast league.