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SERIES WITH LEADING SAINTS FACES INDIANS FOLLOWING WINDUP FRAY AT MILWAUKEE NEW TWIRLER TO JOIN TRIBE IN NORTHWEST Goldsmith* Right Hander* Ob tained From Brooklyn—Boo sters Close With Brewers. JONES TAKES BEATING MIWAUKSB, July 14c— Following the windup fame with the Brewers this aft er aeon the tndUns packed up for the Jump to St. Paul. where they will stack up against the Saints In a series. The Ho os lex* are In poor shape to meet the league leaders, but, like all the other A. A. clubs, the beet they can do 1* to hope for the best when meeting Kelley’s gang. Whitehouse was slated to get his sec ond chance at the Brewers this after noon. He got a terrific mauling in his previous effort here, but it was caused mainly by lack of control, and he hoped to be able to find the plate today. Paul Jones was drubbed yesterday, the Brewers winning, 8 to S. The lo cals had a big seventh, scoring four rms, and that round put the Tribe out of the running Redeeming features for the Hooslers were the batting of Rehg and the field ing of Rellley. Rehg got four hits, in cluding a two-base knock. , Manager Hendricks announced the pur chase of Pitcher Goldsmith from the Brooklyn Jkgtionals and stated that the new twirler would report to In St. Paul. Goldsmith is a right-hander, and It Is needless to say that he will receive an Immediate tryout on arrival. Utility player Herb Hunter has been turned back to tbe Boston Red Sox bj Manager Hendricks. With the present crop of outfielders going good and the infield well fortified with Art Korea ready to get back in the game Hendrick' decided to dispose of Hunter and use th money involved in bidding for pitching talent. The Hoosiers are going well enough in all departments, but tne hurling staff has been weakened by the Injury to Pettv, and Hendricks Is striving to use all finances at hts command to bolster that department. Art Decatur, who was struck on the collar bone by a line drive from the bat of Emil Huhn in a' came at Milwau kee, July 9, snapped the bone In two Tuesday while hitting to the Louisville Inflelders In practice at Kansas City, lie will be out for the remainder of the see son. The Colonels have sold Pitcher Ta tum to Mobile. Memphis, another Dixie club, hag purchased Pitcher Tuero of the Blues. TO PREVENT JUMPING. AUBURN, N. Y., July 14.—The Na tional Association of Professional Base ball leagues announced Tuesday that an agreement has been reached with a large Industrial concern of Detroit not to sign on its team any professional baseball player under contract to major or minor league clubs of the association. It was agreed also not to sign any suspended player or one who has failed to observe the reservation clause. It was stated. ... Similar negotiations are pending wit a other industrial concerns in Pennsylva. nia. Brewers Develop Kick Indians. AB. R. H. O. A. E. Reilley. If 3 0 1 4 0 0 Wolf. 3b 4 0 0 1 0 1 Covington, lb 4 0 O 7 1 0 Rehg, cf 4 2 4 2 0 0 Shinners, rs 3 1 1 0 0 1 Henline. *e 3 0 1 8 1 0 fkhrelber, ss 4 0 0 1 4 0 Smith, 2b 8 0 0 2 1 1 Jones, p 3 O o l 2 o •Kores 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals .....32 3 7 24 9 3 •Batted for Jones In the ninth. Brewers. AB. It- H. O. A. E. Mostil, cf 4 2 1 2 0 0 Bergerino, ss 5 1 0 1 2 1 Butler, 2b 5 1 2 3 1 0 Huhn. lb.-'.-v 4 1 0 8 !! ° Kirkham. If 3 2 1 1 0 0 Hauser, rs 3 1 1 2 0 1 Lutzke. 3b 4 ° 2 3 1 0 Stumps, 2 0 0 3 1 0 •Gaston, 0 0 0 3 0 0 Gearin, p 4 0 0 1 4 1 Totals 34 8 7 27 9 3 ‘Batted for Stumps in the sixth. Indians 01000200 o—30 —3 Brewers 00 0 10241 * b Sacrlfc'e hits—Shinners, Henline, Smith. Kirkhan Stolen bases—Butler. Luuke 2 Two-bas<- hit—Rehg. Three-base hits —Shinners, Lutzke, Kirkham. Left on bases—lndian . 6; Brewers, 9. Bases on balls—Off Jon'S, 6; off Gearin. 1. Hit bv pitch-r—By Jones. 1 (Mostil). Struck eut—Bv Jones*6; bv Gearing. 5. Win ping pitcher—Gearin. Losing pitcher— Jones. AN INNING WITH THE AMATEURS —— By CHARLIE LOGAN “ The next big amateur game will be played at Washington park Saturday afternoon when the Indianapolis 465, I. O. O. F., and the Brookside lodge clash for the leadership of the Odd Fel lows loop. The 465 club holds a half game advantage over the Brookslders, but the latter combination is ready to knock them for a goal and step up In front. No admission will be charged and all amateur, fans in the city are in vited to watch the two fastest clubs in the Sunday morning loop battle. The Indianapolis Tigers are going up for another crack at Traders Point. Not many moons have come and gone since Masaing's club was defeated there. ‘J to 1, and the Tiger manager no doubt •aks from his heart when he says he'll have his strongest squad In the Sunday battle. With all their buddies oft the sick list and back on the bread box, the Kuppi have again cleared the decks for action and Manager Willis Sullivan I e shoutlng for a fracas with the Merits, Tigers and other clubs of that class. July 15 la the date when all managers In the I. A. B. A. are supposed to cut their teams to fifteen men. president Johnny Gaeth tays If a Mo tor league team win* the city cham pionship he Is going to help them In the national scries. A certain league president's stand on the protest question seems to hare knocked the protest forces a twister, which is a good thing for amateur ball. H. E. Harris, back from the Amateur federation’s scheier.le meeting at Cincin nati, is pulling for re-election, and Cin cinnati as the next meeting town. Times Obtains Fairview Diamond for Summer; Chance for Alb Comers The Indiana Dally Times team lnu ob tained a permit for the Fairview park diamond for the remainder of the sea son and with take on all comers in the amateur field. Next Sunday, The Times basebaUers will hock up with the Chris tamores and fast local teams are wanted tor later dates. Haring made several changes in their lineup, the newspaper representatives are hitting a merry pace at this time and are confident that they can take the measure of anything in their class. Johnny Martin, former high school twirier, is the best bet. in The Times pitching department and he will be sent against the Chrlstemore crew Sunday. Tor games with the newspaper dab ad dress the Baseball Manager, Indiana Daily Times, or call Washington 1060 In the evening. Baseball Calendar and Standings nOW THEY STAND. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. W. L. Pet.; W. L. Pet. Bt. Paul. 58 24 .979 Louisville 39 40 .494 Mlnapolls 4T 86 .566iMllwauke. 89 43 .476 Toledo 43 38 .531!Columbus. 35 44 .443 Indpls .. 40 41 .494: Kan. City. 23 68 .284 AMERICAN LEAGUE. W. L. Pct.| W. L. Pet. Cleveland. 52 26 .667!5t. Louis.. 28 40 .487 New York 53 28 .654; Boston— 35 3!) .473 Chicago.. 48 29 .623!Detroit.... 24 50.325 Wash'ton. 27 36 .507|Phi!ada.... 21 60 .259 NATIONAL LEAGUE. W. L. Pet! W. L. Pet. Brooklyn. 46 33 .582. Chicago.. 4040 .500 Cincinnati 43 31 .BSliNew York. 30 41 .468 Pittsburg. 87 36 .307,805t0n.... 31 37 .456 St Louis. 4040 .SOOiPhUada... 30 45 .400 THREE-I LEAGUE. W. L. Pet. W. L. Pet. Bloom ton 48 30 .615! T. Haute . 35 38 .479 Evansv’ie .3S 34 .528 Cedar Rap.. 36 40.>74 Peoria 41 37 .526jR. Island. .33 42 .440 Rockford .40 37 ,519i Moline 33 40 .418 GAMES TODAY. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Indianapoli* at Milwaukee. Columbus at St. Paul*(two games). Toledo at Minneapolis (two games). Louisville at Kansas City. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Chicago at Washington. Cleveland at Philadelphia. St. Louis at New York. Detroit at Boston (two games). NATIONAL LEAGUE. Philadelphia at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at Chicago (two games). New York at St. Louis. Boston at Pittsburg. YESTERDAY’S RESULTS. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Louisville 00001002 I—4 11 2 Kansas City ..0 0 0 0 00 0 1 o—l 7 1 Batteries—Long and Kocher. Letter and Sweeney. Columbus at Bt. Paul (rain). Toledo at Minneapolis (rain). AMERICAN LEAGUE. Chicago 1000002 1 I—s 10 2 Washington ...00000120 o—3 11 0 Batteries—Clcotte and Sehalk; Zachary and Gharrity. (First game). St. Louis 00022110 o—6 1 New York 000000 2 2 o—l0 —l 8 1 Batteries—Shocker and Sevcreld; Col-i 11ns, Thormahlen, Shore and Hannah. (Second game). New York 001 00024 •—7 7 0 St. Louis 10010000 o—2 10 2 Batteries —Mogridge and Ruel; Well man and Severeid. Detroit 30020000 s—lo 13 0 Boston 20010010 0— 4 82 Batteries—Leonard and Woodall; Pen ndek, Fortune and Walters. Cleveland 30000100 O—t 5 1 Philadelphia ...00111000 o—3 9 0 Batteries —Caldwell and O'Neill; Keefe, Rommel and Perkins. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Pittsburg 12011000 •—5 It 1 Boston 10100000 o—2 9 3 Batteries—Carlson and Haeffner; Scott and Gowdy. Cincinnati 00400040 •—8 11 0 Philadelphia .. 00100000 I—2 9 3 Batteries—Ring and Wingo; Meadows and Tragresser. Chicago 1 0000000 2—3 8 1 Brooklyn 00000010 I—2 6 2 BatteriesI—Alexander 1 —Alexander and KUlifer; Ca dore, Mamaux and Elliot. (12 inning?) N. York. 001 3 0000000 2—6 12 2 St. Louis 0000011200 0 o—4 11 3 Batteries—Barnes and Snyder; Schnpp, Xprth, Sberdell and Clemens, Dilhocfer. $125,000 for Inchcape Is Said to Be Record AQUEDUCT, N. Y., July 14.—The high est price ever for a two-year-old in this country was recorded here when i Samuel C. Hildreth obtained Inchcape. a chestnut cold by Friar Kock-Ro*e of Gold, for $125,000. An offer of SIOO,OOO, made by Hildreth after the colt’s victory In the Tretuont stakes last Saturday, was refused by Trainer Fred Burlew, acting for his employer, J. H. Rosseter. the California shipping magnate and breeder. S. C. Hildreth is associated with Harry N. Sinclair, member of the state racing commission, In extensive turf Interests. Inchcape has started twice this year ! and was successful on both occasions, i He was bred In California. Watch your step, Juniors, the Meldons are coming. They speak of having chal lenged all junior cluhg In the city and were unable to get a response. The man ager's phone number in Prospect 1613 and he's hugging the phone, waiting to hear from some manager who thinks he has a hot club. Just as Monday follows Sunday, so are various titles claimed. Stephen Toney has joined out with the fire department. The Hector A. C.'s are booked at Coats ville Sunday. All players should attend the meeting at Rector’s drug store Fri day night. Manager South has his Christa mores whipped Into fine shape for their clash with the Times nine at ' Fairview Sunday and he Is confident of giving the newspaper men a great fight. For games with the Christa mores rail Woodruff 130. Strong state clubs desiring opposition for next Sunday are requested to call Irvington 125, or address Bob Jennc, 443 Bancroft avenue. The Indianapolis Trojans would like to hear from the best dubs in the city or state. Address Frank Owen, 1133 Comer avenue. A good scrap is expected at Brookside park Sunday. w%en the Red Sox and Suoerbas cross bats. The Militaries are still looking for strong opponents for Sunday. Call Circle 5003 and %sk for Herb. Browneburg wants a game with some fost Indianapolis club for Sun day. Call Manager Gray, Browns burg, Ind. Tnlght is the night for the managers of independent teams of the city to meet in the park board offices, city hall, and discuss plans for the city independent ohumriinnship series. The meeting is called for S o’clock. Chess Meet Standing ATLANTIC CITY, July 14,-Frank J. Marshall, United States chess champion, Jumped into a tie Tuesday with Charles Jaffe of New York for the leadership of the chess masters’ tournament here, when Jaffe lost his adojurned game to S. Mlotkowskl of'Los Angeles. Marshall and Joffe won their fifth round games over George C. Neldich of Cornell university and S. T. Sharp of Philadelphia, respectively, while K. S. Jackson of Philadelphia defeated Mlot kowskl. The standing follows: Won. Lost. Jaffe 3Vi U 2 Marshall i3U ]v n Mlotkowskl M 2 Jackson .■ 3 Sharp M.\ 3 Neldich M 4 Hoosier Golf Stars Show Well in Play f° r Western Honors Atlanta Youth , However, Is Sensation of Tournament at Memphis, MEMPHIS PAIRINGS TODAY. Jones and Crager, McConnell and Gardner, Mauion and Limberg, Walton and Hubby, Prescott and Ward, Wea ver, Sr., and Condon, Simpson and Sparks, Evans and Hickey, Bookenknmp and Wilbur, Kossman and Weaver, Jr., Adair and Wenzler, Tweedle and Mor row, Hurley and Boyd, Pfeil and Thomp son, Knepper and Taylor, Wolff and Palmer. MEMPHIS, Tenn., July 14.—Bobby Jones, Atlanta youth, Tuesday added the tltio of western medalist to his list o£< golf triumphs by finishing the final eighteen holes of the thirty-six-holes qualification test In the touruameut for tho amateur championship of the West ; ern Golf association with ail aggregate j score of 13lk R. F. Bockenkamp of St. Lonls was -runner-up to Jones, with a score of 147. “Chick” Evans of Chicago, with 150, was third. Others who qualified for the cham pionship flight und their scores for the two days’ play were: Clarence Wolff, St. Louis, 153; James Marlon, St. Louis, 153; Terry Adair, Atlanta, 154: Tom Prescott, Atlanta, 154; George McConnell, Chicago, 156; Pollack Boyd, Chattan ooga, 156; Walter Kossman, St. Louis, 15i; John Simpson, Indianapolis, 153; R. E. Knepper. Sioux City, 158; H. It. Walter, Chicago, 159; Douglas Tweedle, Chicago. 161; Dudley Weaver, Sr., Mem phis, 162; Frank Crnder, Helena. Ark.. 163; Burt Wilbur. Indianapolis, 163; C. -O. I’htel. Memphis, 163; J. L. Hickey, Atlanta, 104; Ed Limburg, St. Louis, 1*55; T. W. Palmer, Jacksonville. IC3; Henry Wentzeler, Memphis, 165; Jnuies Ward. Kansas City, 166; Dudley Weaver, Mem phis, 167; F. G. Gardner, Memphis, 107; Harlow Hurley, Topeka, Has.. 167; Bax ter Sparks, Terre Haute, 165; P. W. Htirby, Dallas. 169; Louis Morrow, Mem phis. 168; Leroy Taylor, Memphis, 168; Martin J. Condon, Memphis, 169; R. W. Thompson. 169. Gary Man Wins Place With Olympic Mat men NEW YORK. July 14.—Nat Pendleton of the New York A. C., scored the easiest Victory of any of the Olympic wrestlers who have today won the right to go to ; Antwerp with tht American, Olympic team. Pendleton won the final round In the heavyweight division by disposing of F. W. Wray, United Stutes array. The other successful finalists are: 121-Pound Class— C. E. Ackerly, Cor nell university. 135-Pound Class —George Metropulos, Gary, Ind. 154-Pound Class C. J. Johnson, Quincy, Mass. 178-Pourid Class —P. Berlcnheeeb, New York A. C. Rotary-Optimist Battle The Rotary and Optimist. <4nb ball team* . lash at Washington park to morrow in a game free to the public. Keen rivalry exists between the teams and the barkers of each will be out ill force. Tile Hotary nine gained fame re cently hj trimming the Ki wauls team ami it feel* confident of main taining It* “..inning treak” at the expense of the Optimists. But the Optimist pin*era are geing to spring an upset, they say. HI HIM A\ !> < OF. NEW YORK, July 14.—Eddie Kngen of Yale, In the light heavyweight class, and Policeman Bill Spengler of New . York, in tbe heavyweight division, have won trips to Antwerp to represent I nci* Sam In the boxing features of the Olym-; pio games. FACTS ABOUT CONTESTING YACHTS KKBOI.I TK. V SHAMROCK IV. The Defender. The Challenger. Owner —Syndicate of New York Owner—Sir Thomas Upton, veteran yachting enthsiaust*. Irish sportsman, pilot—Rear Commodore George Pilot—<'apt. William P. Burton, Nicbol*. New York Yacht dub. Yacht Racing Association of Great When Built—l9l4, New York. Britain. Weight—l.ess than 100 tons. When Built —1913, Belfast. Weight—About 100 ton*. The Prize—“ America's cup,” emblem of sea sailoring supremacy. The Course—Thirty miles, off Sandy Hook from Ambrose lightship and return. First Race--Tomorrow, weather permitting Winner must take three out of five heats, run on dates selected by officials. Last Previous Race —1903, off Sandy Hook. Reliance, American sloop, defeated Lipton’s Shamrock 111. fj-pu- Cool - ' Comfortetblc Jr Summer Clothes h if READY-TO-WEAR _ V wf Made from Palm Beach, Tropicrash, \\ | Mohair and Other Cool Fabric* l S SPECIAL AT $ 1 £.50 $ 7-50 $ 1 A.50 10 .1 i it/ READY-TO-WEAR KAH N TAILVRINS-W \ OFINDIANAPaUS Washington and Mtridtan Sts. Stcond Floor'—Kahn Building * INDIANA DAILY TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1920. Brownie Star Setting Terrific Hitting Pace for Rivals in American GEORGE SISLEK IN ACTION. George Sisler of the Bt. Louis Browne, the greatest first baseman In the game. Is leading the American league batting procession with an average above 400. Klsler broke Into the game a* a pitcher, like Babe Ruth, but his great hitting ability soon got him a Job In tho regu lar lineup. Public Invited to See Polo Match Tomorrow The Rolling Ridge and Indianapolis Polo clubs' teams will meet In the sec ond of a series of games at the Indian apolis Motor speedway polo field, at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon. No admission will be charged to the game Thursday nor to the third game which will be played Saturday afternoon. It was announced that after only members of the Indianapolis Polo club and thdr guests will witness the games. George Miller, who was injured In the game last Saturday, when Rolling Ridge defeated the Indianapolis team, will not j be able to play for three week*. Tho membership of the club 1* rapidly ! increasing and an active part In the game lls being taken by many of tti eljb members. A number of Indianapolis polo enthu siast* practice at the Speedway Tues day, Thursday and Saturday afternoons. YACHTS TAKE FINALTRIALS Crews Polish Boats for Last Tests Before Race, BY FRANCIS WHITE, SANDY HOOK, N. J., July 14.—With the return of the Resolute from Staten Island, where she went Into drydook -W be polished. It whs expected that both the defender and the challenger would bo taken out today for trial spins, providing the weather cleared. Tho grease and scum that has covered the water In the Horseshoe cove during the last two days has played havoc with the Shamrock’s hull, however, and It was thought likely that she would be taken to drydock later In the day for another polishing before the first of the Inter national racsg tomorrow. The accumulation of grease and scum which clings to the under sides of a yacht retard;] her progress through the water and If the speed of a yacht Is re tarded to a mere ten yards to the mile it "Would moan 300 yards over the cup course, a handicap which might 4slly decide the Issue. W hen Shamrock IV returned from a four-hour . spin late Tuesday afternoon her spick and span green coat, with white waterline, was a smudgy brown. This morning Capt. Burton decided that the crew could remove the acumula tion of grease above the waterline and that what waa below, on her undersides, would not Interfere with her sailing. The weather here early today was thick with fog horns and sirens shrieking their uncanny warnings to mariners. The forecast for tomorrow says light south or southwesterly winds with showers, which looks good for the Resolute. The writer adheres to the belief that if the cup is to stay in America a light breeze in preference to heavy weathet will be chiefly responsible for Us reten tion. Racing men are still sitting tight on the question of tomorrow’s outcome. There Is an air of “hanged If I know” about the follow who should know, and I could find little serious talk of bet ting. Big League Stuff Ray Chapman, the Cleveland short stopper, won a game against the Ath lottos yesterdiy with a homer In the lxth Inning. Urban Shocdker came within two of the American league strikeout record when ho fanned fourteen Yanks In the first game. Then the Yanks, with Mogridge twirling, tamed the Browns in the second pastime. A crowd of 35.833 fan* saw the gome, which con stitutes anew record. Babe Ruth fanned five times out of eight trips to the plate. Vernon Spencer's hit in the twelfth ! Inning enabled the Giants to defeat the ! Cardinals. Carlson kept Boston's hits well scat tered and the Pirates won. Flagstead’s hitting featured the victory of tho Tiger* over Boston. Ira made three doubles and a single. Bunched hit* off Zaobsry gave the White Soz a win at Washington. (Teotte also was hit hard. The timely hitting of Ivy Wingo, who made two tingle* and a two base hit, helped the Red* defeat t-'' Phillies. 11l .Meyers and Rowdy Elliott tried a trick play so catch Dave Robert son at second base in tho ninth in ning. Elliott's throw went Into cen ter held and resulted In a victory for the Cubs. Pitcher Reverre of the Bay City (Te*.\ Baseball e]nb has been signed by tho fit. Louis Nationals. He will report at the Cardinal training camp next spring Re verre Is from Liberty, Tex. Three thou sand dollars waa paid for hla 'klgnature, | it ia said. George Lowe, right handed pitcher, has Joined the Cincinnati Nationals, hav -1 In k been obtained from tho Springfield, Mass., team. spencer Abbott, Tulsa manager, ha* an nounced the sale to Pittsburg of James Tierney, shortstop, to report atj the i close of the Western league season. Sum Rise of Washington has hit safely in twenty-eight successive ball games. BAT FILES DAMAGE SUIT. NEW YORK. July 14 Battling Nelson, former light w eight champion of the world, today brought suit la the federal | district court for $225,000 against the Nemours Trading Corporation. The "DiirnV* Dane" was arrested sev j eral weeks ago charged wlfh stealing a j pair of shoes in a sale conducted by the i corporation here and asserts his reputa | tton suffered as a result. CYCLE RACE ENTRY BLANK Dally Times 15-Mlle Handicap, Garfield Park, July 25, .Morning, Rain or Shine. Name Address * Age Weight Height Make of Bicycle Weight of Bicycle Best time for 15 miles Indiana Dally Times Trophy, first prize. Other valuable prizes. Mall entries to Charles E. Wehr, Indiana representative National Cycling Association, 222 Hume-Mansur Building. Rider* uot yet registered in National Cycling association should en close 25 cents for registration, good for one year’s membership. Takes Canoeist to Compete for Tennis Laurels These Days If the remaining contestants Mn the Indianapolis tennis championship tourna ment were expert canoeists they could have “carried on” in the event at Haw thorn today, but not being such, they were forced to lay idle for another day. Rains yesterday afternoon called a halt to yesterday's schedule and rain lust night put tbe damper on today’s play. In the men's doubles and women s singles, the play has reached the semi final rounds. One more round will bring the men's singles to the semi-finals. If tomorrow Is O. K. for tennis, the men's singles will be pushed up to the semi-finals, the women's semi-finals will be wiped off th° boards and the doubles contestants will hit the last stage. Then the double* finals and men’a singles semi-finals will be played Friday afternoon and tho men's and women's singles championships will be decided Saturday. It will be necessary for some players to play two matches tomorrow in order to bring the schedule up to date, but they are willing to do this in order to get out from under the strain of tho battles. PARK EVENTS AT WILLARD The annual Willard park tennis cham pionship tonrnamentppens Sunday morn ing on the Willard f*ourts and indications are that there will be a big boom in the entry list this year. At the present time there are twenty-five contestants ! down for battle and several new name* are expected before the entries close at nooi} Saturday. It Is planned to run through all first round matches Sunday morning, and part | of the second round will be finished in the afternoon. Some lively scraps are expected on the Willard court* Sunday aftemodn when a combination from Brookside comes over for tattle with the Willard team. The Brookside tlayers are rather proud | of the fact that Henry Ankenbrock, one jof their members, copped the state I Junior tttle this year, and they are con fident of trimming their old rivals In the special match. However, the Willard team Is ready to take some of the starch out of the Brookside front. CHICAGO, July 14. A series of thun der showers swept contestants off the ! courts several times during thr* Tuesday afternoon games in the national clay court tennis tournament. Vincent Richards of New York de seated Wallace Bates of Berkeley, Cal.. 6 4. 6 2, in tbe fourth round of the men's singles. In lh third round Walter West brook of Detroit won from Harry Blos sar of Chicago, 6 4, 6-2. R. Llndley Murray of Niagara Falls, ! N. Y„ the general favorite in the tour nament, was not present Tuesday, but L. It. Hayes of Chicago defaulted to J him In order to keep .Murray in the running. H. K. Grlnstead of Louisville, Ky., defeated C. J. <Tark of Chicago in the third round, 7-5. 6-3, and A. W. Shaw of Pawtucket, R. 1.. won from James , Robertson dt Chicago by default. ■ Tho Rushvtlls Tall Lights would like to hear from fast. Indianapolis teams ! desiring games. Acton Comets and Wal dron Reserves are also requested to get In touch with Manager John Conway. ! Kushvtlte, Ind. ' Let a Free Yon of Battery Troubles In Permalife yon get free dom from battery troubles. You get a battery that is the result of 30 years of expert study; a battery in which every part has been developed to the highest possible point; and a battery made of the best materials on the market. Permalife is strong and de pendable; it delivers the goods; and it is guaranteed for 20 months. St-op in and let us show you this sturdy, Indianapolis made battery. Permalife Service Station 52 W. New York St. Main 121. (Dealer* Wanted Everywhere.) —■ 11 1 ■■ _ .. 1 .'.".""..".J- _ ) | UNIFORMS 1 Street Car Men 1 Railroad Men Kgjr Firemen Igfßfe Policemen I Chauffeurs j§ W 1 Askin & Marine Cos. | I 127 West Washington | Fastest Service Assured Times Readers on Cup Yacht Event Tomorrow The Time* will he covered thorough ly on the International yacht races opening off Sandy Hook, N. J., to morrow when the Resolute and Sham rock meet in the first spin for Amer ica's cup. Yacht racing interest in this section of the country ordinarily is of only minor consequence, but due to the his toric interest involved in the meet ing for America's cup the race be tween the Resolute and Shamrock commands nation-wide attention. Therefore. The Times Is prepared to Randle the meeting In detail fash ion through the International News (service and the United Press, Seaplanes, radio telegraph, wireless telephone and land telegraph will be used In obtaining the most colorful and fastest report possible on the progress and outcome of the races for Times readers. J Hr Thomas Upton, Irish sports man, has spent millions In an uusuo* ressful effort to lift .America’s cup, but he believes his luck has turned and experts agree that the Resolute, America’s cup defender, has a huge task facing It if it is to turn back Lipton’s Shamrock IV. y > New Players Get in A . B . C. Lineup and Cubans Are Beaten _ The flnsl game of the A. B. C.-Cuban series was carded at Washington park this afternoon and C. I. Taylor's outfit was confident of trimming the Islanders. Manager Taylor injected four new play ers into the lineup yesterday and they aided materially in a 5-to-2 victory for the A. B. C.'f. Wiliams, recently from San Antonio, was on the mound and he allowed the Cubans only three hits. The game was fast, with not an error chalked up. while the A. B. C.'s came through with opportune hitting to put over the win. McClure, another new twirler, was to take the mound for the locals today. Hudspeth, who played right field yes terday, was moved Jnto first base and B. Taylor was used In the outfield. The lineup of the A. B. C.’c was to be something about as follows: Clark, ss; Charleston, cf; Hudspeth, lb; B. Taylor, rs; Blackburn. 3b; Day, 2h; Mackey or I’owell, c; Jefferson. If; McClure, p. MOKE IXVXBTIOATXHO. LOS ANGELES, July 14—J. Robert O'Connor, United States district at torney, announced Tuesday that ho would go to Tla Juana. Lower Cali fornia, to investigate reported plans of Jack Johnson, heavyweight, ex-cham pion pugilist, to surrender himself to United States authorities. Drink* THE LAKE ERIE & WESTERN R. R. EXCURSION SUNDAY, JULY 18th (Returning same date.) ROUND TRIP FARES TO WALKERTON (Koontz Lake) a a $2.43 ROCHESTER (Lake IVlanitou) a a $2.12 Train leaves Indianapolis Union Station 7:00 a. m.; Massa chusetts Avenue Station 7:10 a. m. The above fare includes war tax. For tickets information apply to agent. IT’S COMING WATCH THIS PAPER. MANY ENTRIES TO TIMES RACE State Riders After Honors in Big Event. \ The Daily Times fifteen-mile handi cap cycle derby to be staged over the new Garfield park course Sunday, July 25, is attracting attention among the amateur pedal pushers throughout the state and Director Charles E. Wehr, who has promoted bicycle races In In diana for the past four years, announced today that it probably will be the big gest race of the season. More than fifty entries have been filed with Wehr at this date and it seems a certainty that Jhis number will be more than doubled before the first handicap men leave the post, entries being ac cepted up to that time. Mancie, Terre Haute, Marion and An derson, will send teams here for the they promise to give the In dianapolis stars a good run for their money. All riders in the state are asked to try for honors. It makes no difference whether they have ever raced or not, as liberal handicaps will be awarded the inexperienced and poorly mounted rac ers. Handicap riders have won every race Ataged in Indianapolis for the past tw o years. In order to draw a large field of scratch riders in the coming race, Wehr will offer a valuable list of time prizes, among them a gold watch for first prise. The Dally Times trophy will go to the rider crossing the finish line first, whether he be a handicap or scratch man. Grand Circuit Results TOLEDO, July 14.—An added attrac tion, the free-for-all pace, features the third day's racing of the Grand Circuit this afternoon at Ft. Miami. Single G, Grace Direct and San Axdo will be 'the starters. Tho Ft. Miami stake for 2:06 trotters was the major event of the regular card. Tho 2:05 pace and tho 2:13 trot were the other events. King Watts, an outsider, won the Te cumseh stake for 2:12 trotters on Tues day and in the first heat paid $197 on a $2 pari-mutuel ticket. Calgary Earl captured the 2:07 pace, Charley Rex the 2:07 trot and Rifle Grenade the three-year-old pace. When Rifle Grenade paced the first mile In 2:06% he cut one-fourth second off the record for three-year-old pacing geldings. Tuesday's summaries: 2:07 Pace (three heats; purse $1,200) — Calgary Earl, ch s (Palin) 11l Foxy Ann, ch m (Murphy) 2 2 2 Gray Hal, gr g (Thomas) 8 3$ Betty Blacklock, br m (Valen tine) 4 5 4 J. C. L. and Doctor Burgess started. Time—2:o2)4, 2:041*. 2:05%. The Tecumseh 2:12 Trot (three heats; stake $5,000) — King Watts, b h (McDonald).... 117 Allie Ashbrook. b g (Edman).... 3 8 1 Alta Donavan, b m (Murphy).... 2 4 2 Golden Spier, ch m (Stokes).... S 2 6 Wiki Wiki. Eliza Dillon, Kilowatts, Ora G, Royal Palm, Edgar Worth, Is worthy and McKinney started. Time—2:os%. 2:05%. 2:08%. 2:07 Trot (three neats; purse $1.200) — Charlie Rex, b g (Murphy) 112 Tommy Todd, b g (Erskine) 3 4 1 Zonldotte, by Zombo (McDonald) 4 2 3 Joseph Guy, b s (Sturgeon) 2 3 4 Time—2:o6%, 2:06%, 2:08%. Three-year-oid Pace (purse $1,000; three heats) — Rifle Grenade, b g (McDonald).. 11l Jane Forbes, br f (Valentine)... 5 2 2 Trampsafe, r c (Stokes) 33 3 Miss Ingomar, b f (McMahon- White) 4 4 4 Estabella also started. Time—2:o6%. 2:08%, 2:09%. OTHER TUESDAY BOUTS. At Jersey City—Frankie Burns won a shade over Jack Sharkey In a fatt twelve round bont. r Boston—Johnny Dundee won a de cision over Johnny Downs of Boston ia twelve rounds.