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TRIBE GOES TO COLUMBUS NEXT FOLLOWING THE SERIES WINDUP GAME AT MINNEAPOLIS HOOSIERS GET OFF-DAY AFTER MILLER CLOSE Rest Period Comes Before Indians Meet Senators Sec ond Time on Trip. DIVIDE DOUBLE BILL MINNEAPOLIS. July 21.—Jack Hen ddcks' Indians were anxious to get to dy's Miller came over in a burry In order , that they could then look forward to a day of rest. The off-day comes tomorrow, when the team will spend the hours on the rails In the direction of Columbus, where they open their last series before returning home. It will he the second time on the pres ent road jaunt that the Indians will have met the Senators, the long trip having started in that city. Whitehouse, former Miller, was slated to hurl for the Hoosiers this afternoon, unless Hendricks decided to take a chance on young Goldsmith, who finished the first contest yesterday. Manager Cantillon had James to use today and the big fellow was reported in shape. Getting a spilt out of the Tuesday twin bill satisfied the Tribesmen because the pitching staff is badly worn and they feel lucky now whenever they finish a game on top. The absence of Hank Scbrelber also <s missed but this player will rejoin the team at Columbus. The Millers grabbed the opener yes terday. 6 to 0. behind the excellent pitch lng of Schauer, who was so effective that only a few bingles were obtained by the Hoosiers. In the second game, however, the In dians made one of their famons come back drives and they fought out a 6-to-3 win. Other than Scbauer's good pitching there was little to the first game be cause after the opening inning not a Hoosier reached second. Caver was worn from overwork and be proved a mark for Miller batsmen. In the second frar the Indians got a flying start with two runs in the open ing frame and. though the count was knotted later, the Hoosiers started their machine working in the eighth and got out in front to stay. A one-hand catch by Zwilling in the eighth wag the fielding feature. Around the A. A. WITH EDDIE ASH Eddie Zwilling sent the Indians away fast In the second game when he brought Covington aud Shinners home with a mighty swat to center in the first In ning. There is no getting away from the fact that Schauer threw good ball in the first game. The Indians hopped into their rally stride in the eighth stanza of the second scrap, breaking a tie with three runs. Tex Covington connected with one for three sacks in the final inning of the double scrap. Paul Jones wasn’t so stingy with hits, but be was smart enough to fool the Millers when bases were occupied. Kirkham’s circuit blow in the eighth brought Milwaukee a win over Columbus. Huhn, who has been traveling fast lately, threw- on more speed yesteray, getting two triples, a double and single. Brainerd was the best Columbus ■ticker, connecting for two triples and a single. Hargrave's homers and near-homers were life savers for the St. Paul crew. He brought his club ahead of Louisville In the fourth when he delivered with two men on, smacked out his second circuit pass 1r the sixth and barely missed getting bis third In the eighth, the ball hitting the top of the fence and bouncing back Into the lot. The Blues squeezed five runs out of cine hits, whi!e'the Hens stopped at four. Kansas City added another recruit to their pitching itiV >cstcrd*y. Harry Heaver, a I’acilie Coast leaguer, being the latest addition. It was a tough day for Toleri--. Jphn ny Jones was thrown on the .eiy list before the gam=> and Pitcher Brady was Injured during the contest. LEAGUE STANDINGS AND CALENDAR HOW THEY STAND. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. W.L. Pet.! W.L. Pot. ' gt. Paul., fit 26 .711 Louisville 42 44 .48* Min'polls sft 42 .54 5 Milwaukee 43 43 .481 To’edo- .. 46 43 .317 Columbus. 36 51 .414 Ind polls. 45 44 .506 Kan. City 29 69 .330 AMERICAN LEAGUE. W.L. Pot.! W.L. Pot. Cleveland 5.* 28 .674 Wash'ton. 59 42 .481 New York 58 32 .044 Boston... 38 4 4 .463 Chicago.. 52 34 .605 Detroit... 29 53 .354 Rt. Louis 42 43 .494, Philadela. 24 61 .273 NATIONAL LEAGUE. W.L. Pot.! W.L. Pet. Brooklyn 52 35 .598. Chicago.. 43 45 .489 Cincin’ti. 46 35 .568; New York 40 42 .4.88 Pittsburg 40 39 .506 Boston... 33 42 .440 Bt. Louis. 42 43 . 434 Philadela. 33 48 .407 TUEEE-I LEAGUE. W. L. Pet., W. L. Pet. Blmngtn. 53 S3 .610. Cedar Ilap 42 43 .494 Evansvill 44 37 .543'Terre Hut 38 41 .481 Rockford 44 42 .512; Moline... 37 48 .435 Peoria... 44 42 -612; IL>ek Isl.. 34 50 .403 GAMES TODAY. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Indianapolis at Minneapolis. Columbus at Milwaukee. Toledo at Kansas City ttwo games!. Louisville at St. Paul (two games). AMERICAN LEAGUE. St. Louis at Philadelphia. Cleveland at New York. Chicago at Washington. No others today. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Boston at St. Louis. Brooklyn at Pittsburg. New York at Cincinnati. Philadelphia at Chicago. Courthouse vs. City Hall in Big- Benefit Game - benefit ball came niil be played at Washington park Saturday afternoon when the Courthouse and City Hall nines clash. A small admission fee will be charged, the entire proceeds of the game going to the Salvation Army charity fund. These two clubs are made up of ama teurs and semi-pros who stand high In the state ranking, and they should offer a good attraction. The game will be called promptly at 3 o’clock. Barnes Sets Record SHAWNEE -ON TIIE DELAWARE. July 21.—The sixth annual open golf tournament over the Shawnee course was to close today. So far some of the great eet golf of the season has been played lo the event and the closing scores today were awaited with much interest. Jim Barnes of Sunset Hills club. Rt. Louis, playing perfect golf, ted a long string of high-class players in the first day's play. He was under par 73 in both the morning and afternoon rounds with a so ere of 72 for each. In the morning round be came home with a 32, anew record for the course. Tuesday at Minneapolis FIRST GAME. INDIANS. AB. K. H. O. A. K. Reiliey, If 4 0 1 0 0 Wolf, 2b. 3 0 I 2 4 0 Covington, lb 4 0 0 9 0 ft Reh'g, cf. 3 0 1 2 0 ft •Shinners, cf. ft 0 ft 0 0 1 Zwilling, rs 2 0 0 4 ft 0 ] Henline, c 3 0 ft 1 2 I* Ivores, 3b 3 0 0 0 1 1 ) J. Smith, ss 3 0 ft 3 4 0: Cavet, p 3 0 10 Ift Goldsmith., p 0 0 0 ft '0 ft, Totals 28 0 4 24 12 *_ *Ran for Rehg in the seventh. MILLERS. AB. R. H. O. A. E. Jackson, rs 4 t 2 ft 0 ft Davis, 3b. 3 1 2 1 3 0 Rondeau. If 3 1 3 4 ft k 1 Wade, cf 5 0 0 3 0 ft Jennings, ss 4 1 1 2 5 0 W. Smith, lb 4 O 2 9 ft ft Sawyer, 2b 4 0 1 4 1 ft Mayer, c 2 t o i I ft; Schauer, p 3 1 2 0 1 ft Totals 32 6 12 27 11 u Indians OOOOOftftftft ft Millers ...' 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 *—6 Sacrifice hits—Wolf. Davis. Rondeau. Stolen bases—Rondeau. Double plays. . .leanings to Sawyer to W. Smith: Jen nings to W. Smith. Left on bases—ln dians. 3; Millers, 10. Bases on balls— Off Cavet, 5; off Goldsmith. 1. Hits—Off Cavet, 10, and 4 runs In seven Inning#; off Goldsmith, 2 and 2 runs In one innyig. Hit by pitcher—By Schauer, 1 (Zwil ilng). Struck out—By Cavet. 1; by Schauer. 2. Winning pitcher <’avet. I ra pires Murray aud McGloon. Time—l:27. SECOND GAME. INDIANS AB. R. 11. O. A. E. Reiliey. If 4 0 0 4 0 1 Wolf, 2h 4 1 1 1 3 0 Covington, lb 4 2 2 10 1 0 Shinners, cf 4 1 0 4 0 0 Zwilling. rs 5 1 1 2 O ft Gossett, c 4 l 2 3 1 0 Kores. 3b 4 ft 1 0 2 1 J. Smith, ss 10 0 1 2 0 Jojies, p 4 0 2 0 1 0 Totals 26 6 9 27 10 2 MILLERS. A3. R. H. (>. A. E. Jackson, rs. fr 4 1 0 3 0 0 Darls. 3b 3 1 2 1 2 01 Rondeau. If 5 0 2 4 0 0 ! Wade, of . r . ft 1 2 0 ft j Jennings, ss 5 ft 1 2 4 2; W. Smith, lb 4 0 1 H 2 Oj Sawyer, 2b 4 0 1 4 2 0. Mayer, c 1 1 0 3 0 O Robertson, p 3 0 2 0 ft 1 •Owens 1 0 0 ft 0 O Hovllk, p 0 ft 0 0 1 0 Totals 33 3 10 27 It 3, •Batted for Robertson in 'he eighth. Indians 20000003 I—6 Millers 10010000 I—3 Sacriri e hits—Reiliey, Gossett, Davis. Stolen bases—Mayer. Robertson. Two tost hits—Rondeau, Gossett. Three base hit —Covington. Double plays—W. Smith to Jennings to W. Smith: Jennings to 1 Sawyer to Smith. I-est on bases Indians. 9: Millers. 11. Bases on balls —Off Joi-e*. 5; off Robertson. 4 Struck out—By Jones. 4; by Robertson. 3. Winning pitcher—Jones. Losing pitcher eßoberr son. Wild pitch -By Robertson, 1. passed ball—By Mayer. 1. Empires— : Murray and MrGloon. Time 1 :55. //oosier Marksmen Show Form in Shoot on Harrison Range The second day’s shoot of the Indiana Rifle association's annual state champion ship tourney was carried on the range at Ft. Harrison today. Civilians numbering 150 took part In the first day’s program yesterday and the committee handling the event was prepared to take charge of a larger num- I her today. The 20)-yard rapid fire and (VY> yard slow lire events were shot off yesterday and the 1.000-vard slow fire shoot was : well under way when darkness chased the contestants off the range. This event was to be finished first today. Capt. Albert Black, Capt. Basil Mid dleton and J. W. Hurt, with forty-seven targets each, were tied for first honors In h t’O® yard event, but The committee, taking the form of the shot, as well as the number of targets, into considera tion, awarded Capt. Black first place while Middleton and Hurt took second and third, respectively. The leading scores for the 200-yard rapid fire, ten kneeling, ten sitting, out of a possible 100. follow: .T. H. Hauok. 99: Capt. Basil Middleton. 07; Capt. Al bert Black. 97; X. J. Divens. 97; H. <\ Watson. 07; Capt. Mflo D. Snyder. 9; Faul Bridges, 9d. % YESTERDAY’S RESULTS. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION St. Paul 00 0 3 1 10 1 •—fl 11 1 Louisville ....10100000 o—2 7 2 Batteries —Craft and Hargrave; Long and Kocher. Kansas City ..1 2 0 1 000 0 I—s ft 3 Toledo 01300000 0-4 9 2 Batteries—Ames and Brock; Brady, Coll and Murphy, McNeill. Milwaukee 11101005 •—9 18 2 Columbus 3 0000311 o—B 9 3 Batteries—Reinhart and Gaston ; Mul rennan and Hartley. AMERICAN LEAUGE. (First game) • 'hicago 00002100 4—7 11 1 New York 10 0 31000 o—s 10 2 Batteries—Faber, Kerr and Schalk; Quinn, McGraw and Ruel. (Second game) New York 20040000 • —6 8 2 Chicago *0 1 1 0000 1 o—3 10 0 Batteries—Mogridge and Ruel; Cicotte and Schalk. (First game: fifteen Innings) Detroit.. 0 01002210000001-735 0 Wash.... 000002004000000—614 3 Batteries—Oldham. Dauss and Ain smith; Courtney, Snyder, Sehacht, Erick son and Piclnicb. (Second game) Detroit 00000101 6 2 7 0 Washington... 00000010 o—l 5 0 , Batteries—Ehrake and Stallage; Shaw, Snyder and Plcinlch. St. Louis 000 00 3 1 1 0- 5 10 I Philadelphia... 10000 2 10 o—4 12 0 Batteries-- Burwell, Davis and Scve reid; Moore, Naylor and Perkins. (Eleven Innings) Cleveland.. 4120000 000 2—9 0 0 Boston 00200221 0 0 1-S 5 0 Batteries Morton, Niehaus, Uhle. Bagby and O'Neill; Foriunc, Karr and Walters. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Brooklyn ..... 000 10000 2—3 9 0 Cincinnati .... 000 000 10 I—2 9 1 Batteries— Grimes and Miiler; Eller and Win go. Chicago 00 3 20 1 1 2 o—9 15 1 Boston 3 0010000 O—t 9 2 Batteries—Carter, Hendryx and Kille fer; Scott, Watson and O'Neill, Wilson. New York .... 00001 301 o—s0 —5 8 0 Pittsburg 00000000 2—2 4 2 Batteries—Nehf and Snyder; Cooper and Schmidt. (No other games played.) Pasadena Gets Meet LOS ANGELES, July *l.— Pasadena, Cal., lias been awarded the amateur Ath letic Union's 1920 championship track and field meet, according to a telegram received here today from Robert R. Wea ver, president of the southern Califor nia branch of the A. A. U., now in Nov York., Johnson Says He'll Try for Comeback in the Roped Ring Jack in Los Angeles Await ing Return to Chicago and Probably Prison. LOS ANGELES, July "I—Jack John son. former heavyweight champion, wait ed today for the order which will cause liis return to Chicago and probably a resen ten "O of one year in prison for white slavery. Johnson, after seven years of dodging United States authorities, yesterday sur rendered at the international border and spent last night In the Los Angeles Jail. Following his surrender he was taken before a United States ooulmisstoner In San Diego. H-- waived extradition and bail and an order for hts removal was Issued. "When I get to Chicago I intend to put up the bond money, then I’m going to fight the case against me.” Johnson said, adding. “I'll take m.v medicine, though, if I lose.” He declared he was glad to return ta the United States and that lie was sorry he had lied. Johnson declared today he intended re turning to the ring. He said he was In the best of condition and confident he could do a boxing comeback. Johnson, who has been residing in Tla Juana. Mexico, several monfhs. rode in an automobilq to the Mexican side of the boundary' yesterday. He shook hands with several Mexican officials, walked to the American customs house, presenter his passports and stepped across the line. Deputy Ini ted States Marshal Georgs Cooley and Dave Gershon. special r.grnv of the department of justice, were waiting for the pugilist, and placed him undet arrest as he entered the United States. When arrested, Johnson grinned and said: "All right, but say It Is good ta get back in the United States again.* “I ant returning voluntarily, for the Mexican government had issued no depor tation order against me as was reported some weeks ago, and I could have re trained in Tla Juana as long as long as 1 was willing to obey the laws of Lowet California. But for a long time 1 hav wanted to return and get my troubles adjusted." Moving picture cameras clicked as Johusou and the officers, with spectator* crowding them, posed at the boundary monument. The big negro seemed to be in a Joyous mood, laughing aud talking with those about him. Courtney Funeral Held ITHACA, V V , July 21.—The funeral of Charles S. Courtney, veteran Cornell rowing coach, who died suddenly last Saturday morning at his summer home on Cayuga lake, was held here Tuesday afternoon at the family residence. Burial was in Lake View cemetery, overlooking Cayuga lake, which Courtney loved so well. Speeding A. R. C.'s Close Series iWth K. C. Monarch Nine A. B. c.'s and Kansas City Monarch* were to meet la their series wlmlup clshli at Washington park this afternoon and followers of the Taylor nine were ex pecting another victory. Mackey, (he new player from Texas, was slated to appear on the mound today In uu effort to prove that he can pitch ns well us catch. In this stunt ninny fans were interested and a largo week day crowd was expected to attend. The A. I>. C.'s captured the game yes terday. 4 to 3. in twelve innings. Dicta Johnson hurled u grund article of ball and was found for only eight hits In the twelve frames. Blnekinati and figured in the scoring of (he winning run. Clark was a star yesterday in the field and on the bases, and his speed on the paths nearly won the game for the A. sparkled in fielding at second. Asa result of the victories scored liy the A. 1!. C.'s in the present series, Tay lor’s club is only u few games out of first place In the Western Colored league. Lipton Jubilant Over Second Victory Scored by IJig Green Sloop ON BOARD STEAM YACHT VIC TORIA, July 2J Convinced that an am bition cherished for twenty years Is about to be realized and the America's cup be lifted by a yacht flying his flag, Sir Thomas Lipton watched Shamrock LV win a second and clean cut victory over the cup defender Resolute Tuesday. "The great ambition aud pleasure of my life,” he said, just after the green hulled challenger had iwcpt over the line to victory, “Is for the better boat to win. I am under good hopes that I will lift the cup this time.” The yacht owner was warm In his praise of (’apt. Burtcn, who sailed the green boat to victory Tuesday, despite questions raised as to his skill utter prev ious encounters, and to (’apt. Charles Nichoison, designer of the winning craft Lipton characterized himseif a* ail on looker and said the credit was theirs. Big League Stuff Each Wheat, the all-round star of the Brooklyn Dodgers, was In the lime light yesterday in the Robins victory over the Reds. Babe Ruth slammed out his thirty second homer and the Yanks divided u twin bill with the White Sox. George Slslei's timely home run in the eighth inning gave the Browns a victory over the Athletics. Artie Nehf held the Pirates lo four hits, giving the Giants the pastime. A poor throw by Walters end a sacri fice fly by Waiuhy gave Cleveland Cm victory over Boston in eleven innings. Detroit took two games from the Nationals. Hush’s bit in the fifteenth Inning settled the first contest. Ehmke outpltched Show In the sec ond. The Cubs made it three out of five from Boston when Hendry* replace.l Nick Carter and saved tho day, piten ing masterful ball. Connie Mack, manager of the Phila delphia Americans, announced Tuesday that lie has purchased Maurice Shannon, intit-Ider, from Washington at the waiver price. Shannon formerly was a member of the Athletics. Shortstop Trsynor of (he Ports mouth (Virginia league) club was sold yesterday )o tbe Pittsburg Na tionals for SIO,OOO, (lie largest price ever paid for a Virginia league player. In exchange for Yraynor, who Is only 19 years obi, the Ports mouth club will receive Pitcher Schatt. Officials of the St. Louis Nationals an nounced Tuesday that. Pitcher Mike Ivircher, recently purchased from the Richmond, Virginia league dub, has been ordered to report to the Cards in New York next Tuesday. Walter Schulz, a pitcher just recalled from Houston, Texas league, will lie loaned to Richmond for the balance of the season, it was stated. Pitcher McWhorter and Third Stacker Poole have been sold to the Chicago White Sox by the Richmond club of the Virginia league. McWhorter lias won seven games and lost four this season. Poole is considered the class of the league as a fielder and hitter. He has a batting average of .318, having made thirty-sevfj extra base hits nut of ninety-five in 29b times at bit. • , When Babe Ruth kit his thirty-second homer in New York yesterday fans up stairs and down at the Polo Grounds sailed their hats or their neighbors’ straws upon A couple of ground keepers had to\go out and gather up the remnants. 'n INDIANA DAILY TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1920. HOW ABOUT A BASEBALL PRESIDENTIAL TICKET? -N 7 *-■ " ■ - ) t mowSEB IF \ \ f AMV CAM IS HOLDS'! 1 ' J .Z I UjOkJDER 2. 'uu ose , \ M Be-ffw - IfIoHtOMV rf nc - T ' SHEEP <S£C£ETAftV Csr jgjjSESIXiENT ROTH AMD VICE-PRESkPEftJT ALTCOCK— BATTfN 6 OUT MESSAGES OtO /- V THE UJWITE HOUSE LAVjJfO. KiMSO>e ) i state. oc-twt 1 — £ WTER,oe WII/feAMATEIK aa/SM-PffiOS * Egr Times Nine Has Open Date The Daily Times nine Is without a game for Sunday and the manager Is anxious so get In touch with all fast clubs desiring real competition. The Times nine luts obtained a permit for FaJrvieu park for the remainder of the season and will play ail future ttatnes "at borne,” The diamond has been worked oil recently and is now In the best of shape. For games call Washington 1050. Yesterday the Rushvllle Tall Lights sent out c challenge ;o all clubs In Ih state aud laid claim to the championship of southeastern Indiana. Today the St. i'aul club, managed by Charles Craig, in up in anna and ready to play tho Tali Lights on either the St, I'aul d.i moiid or Hiiy neutral field In the state. Craig suggests that they play for a purse and the entire gate receipts. Fas; clubs desiring to meet the Indi anapolis Red Sox should ’ail Woodruff 19f.11. The Sc Philip A. C.'s have defeated most of the strong clubs In the l.Vyear old class and they are now having a hard time booking games For dares call Woodruff 7851. The Zlonsvllle A. C.'s are out for games with the fastest, semi pro clubs Congratulations for Sir Tom Come From All Over lhe World SANDY HOOK. N. J., July 21. Sir Thomas Llpton received about lOit cable grams, radiograms and telegrams from all parta of /he world today wishing the Shamrock If huccpss in today's race for America’s cup. L'pton received a cable from Prime Minister Massey of New Zealand dated Wellington, which said : “On behalf of New Zealand I send heartiest congratulations on Shamrock's victory. Nothing succeeds like success, and British tenacity has at last come in for Its own reward.” Sir Thomas was optimistic today. "I feel confident, but would like to see morn wind," lie said. j Drink, ' fjjjl DELICIOUS and REFRESHING i; lie- slate ind they are anxl'Oia to hear frfiiu one In regard to a Sunday battle. For games address U. A. Neese, Zlonsvllle. Ind . or call Zloosville LLI, three rings. The Clarksville tjn defeated lapel by the score of 4 to 3. The feature of the nmiNl was the pltrhlng of J. Woodward for laipel, who it ruck out fourteen men In seven Inning*. There Is fl letter at The Times sport department for Nell Connatighton. The Bingo A. < Would like to meet Quincy or some other fast state club on Aug. 8. Address It. F. Keller, 2347 Ken- I wood avenue, or call Harrison 1544. Indianapolis lodge No. ,'al. K of P , will meet the Majestic Tires at Falrview dla undid No. 2 Saturday afternoon. All players are requested to un-.-t at the lodge hall not later than 1 o’clock. Games with Seymour. Bloomington. Quincy and other fast clubs are wanted by the Indianapolis club. Address O. M. • Ward, 921 Elm street. Fast, city clubs dealring to take on a st.i.ug nlin- Sunday, or any other date.l should call Prospect 1964 and ask for; John. All Indianapolis Trojans should repo,* at the regular meeting Friday night. For. games can Belmont 19-16. Polo Match Scheduled on Speedway Field Saturday Indianapolis pony polo fans and those persona who have yet lo witness their first game of this tntrre ting sport will be given another opportunity to watch a free show Saturday afternoon when the Indianapolis Polo club and Rolling Ridge quartets clash on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway playing field. Although the sport Is new in Indian apolis. it has created keen interest among local sport followers and the crowds are swelling with every performance. The membership of the two Indianapo lis clubs Is also swelling and clever players rapidly are being developed. The Indianapolis and Rolling Ridge teams have offered some high class en-1 tertainment in their previous matches i and Saturday's affair will be no exception to the rule. i\ew Middie Champ Radiy Reaten; Fans Label Him *Cheese ’ SI HA C I SK, July *l.—Young Fish er, Syracuse boxer, decisively out pointed Johnny Wilson, world'* mid dleweight champion, in the4r ten round bout here loot night. The crowd wa* far from satisfied with the showing of the man who won the crown from Mike O’jtowd. Near the end of the fight the 4,000 spectators took up the try of "cheeso champion.” HBKNDELL WINS SHOOT. Branded look first place in the Crooked (reek Gun dull shoot yesterday with a * -ore of 4> out of a possible oft. Had dath and Petro were tied for second place with 47 hits to their credit. Three “Honest for Goodness” , STRAW HAH T .SALES NOW ON At Harry Levinson’s Three Hat Stores All $4.00 Straws go at . . .$2.50 All $5.00 Straws go at . . .$3.50 All $6.00 Panamas go at $4.50 All $5.00 Bangkoks go at $3.75 All $5.00 Leghorns go at $3.75 All $3.00 Toyos go at . . . $2.25 - LEVINSON’S 25 W. Washington THREE Cor. Illinois and Market HAT STORES Out to See Ruth NEW YORK, July 21 .—Attendance records were made during the Yan kee-White Sox series that ended here yesterday. In four days the turnstiles regis tered 129,000 cuatomers, an average of more than 32.000 a day. Saturday 36,- 000 were In the big yard. It makes a record for a pennant sea son and comes close to the best four day mark for a world's series. Everything Set for . City Golf Tourney; Card Fixed Tonight The City Golf association tournament committee will meet at the Marlon club tonight to make the pairings and ar range handicaps for the annual Indian apolis city tournament, which opens ou the Country club course with eighteen holes of medal handicap play tomorrow afternoon. Play will be continued Friday on the Riverside course and wound up Saturday afternoon at H’ghland. The players entered up to noon today will be paired tonight, but the entry lift will not close until tomorrow after noon. Players entering at the tee will he sent off' after the "early birds” have all been started. The total amount of entry money will be spent in purchasing the seventeen prizes to be awarded this year. The entry lis' this year broke- all re ords and has drawn the best golfers in Indiana Into competition. Pjayers have been trying out the courses over which the tourney Is to be played and pro nounce them in great shape. BOXING WOULDN’T STAY ON FLOOR. MEMPHIS, July 21.—Joe White, the young Alabama boxer, had Dick O'Brien of Cincinnati on the floor three times in the first round, but couldn't keep him there, whereupon the long and lean Rich ard got up, and by halving the third, fourth, and fifth, and by taking the sixth, seventh and eighth rounds, battled Ills way to draw in an eight-round match here last night. WIGGINS YS. MELCHOIR. Chuck Wiggins. Hoosier light heavy weight championship contender, will meet a tough boy in Tony Melchoir, the Chi cago heavyweight, at Kalamazoo tomor row night. Melchoir is possessor of a knockout wallop, which was demonstraetd tin other night when he knocked out Jack Reed In one round iu East Chicago. In a bout with Gunboat Smith recently the Gunner was sent to the mat In the first round by Melchoir. but Smith finished the bout.’ going the limit of ten rounds. Wiggins and his manager. J.vk Drulev, were to leave today for the seeene of the fateh with Melchoir Tommy McDuff. who is to box Young Hunt in the semi final bout of ten rounds, departed with Wiggins. MASON ON CARD. CHICAGO, July 21.—Another all-star ring card has been arranged for East Chicago for Saturday afternoon. There will be forty rounds of boxing on the card this week The full card, all teu round bouts, reads : Frankie Mason. Ft. Wayne, vs. Jimmy Kell. Chicago, 115 pounds. Ottto Wallace, Milwaukee, vs.’ Johnny Lewie. Toledo, 135 pounds. Frankie Jummatt, Chicago, vs. Stanley Everett, Kmk Island, lis pounds. Eddie Raynor. South Chicago, vs. Young Army, - Chicago Heights, 137 pound*. CLEVELAND AND YANKEES CLASH- Important Series Gets Under Way in Gotham. NEW YORK, July 21.—Babe Ruth, the swat king, yesterday went up another step on his climb for more home run honors, when he pasted ont one of Red F’aber’s shots over the grandstand for his thirty-second circuit clout of the 1930 season. The Yanks split even, losing the first game to the White Sox, 7 to 5, and winning the second, 6 to 3, NEW YORK, July biggest series to date of the season of the Ameri can league opened here today between the Y’ankees and Cleveland Indians. With only two gams separating tba Gotham entry from the pacemaktng Forest Cltyans and four games sched uled between the teams, it was expected that week-day attendance figures as well as the figures for a series and a Sunday game at the Polo grounds would be shattered today. The Yankees have twice broken the record at the Brush stadium this seasop. Their biggest crowd was 38,823. Grand Circuit Results AT KALAMAZOO TUESDAY. "-10 Trot (three heats; purse sl,oool— b b, by Manrico (Geers) 1 1 I Red Russeil (Murphy> 2 8 2 Dottie Day (McDonald) 6 2 5 Norman LMllon (Thomasi 3 5 4 Mahsrba, Gold B p ll. Dr. Coffman. All- Czar Petr, Uhlan, Brooke, Lotto Watts and Torbay also started. Time—2:oßl4. s *. 2:09 Pace (three heats: purse $2,000) lied Lancelot, b g (Valentine).... 13 1 Symbol S Forest (Murphy) 2 12 Effie Direct (Steurgeon) .5 2 4 Jay Mack ( McKinney 1 3 5 3 Peter Look. Lillian Silkwood. Col. Bbl well and Hallie Hoyt also started. Time—2 :02?i, 2 :04V* - :03**. 2:07 Pace (three heats; purse $1,000) 1 rinedss Mary, hr ru (Fleming)., fill nazel Kuestner (Allen) 16 4 Drift Patch (McMahont 2 2 5 Captain Heir-at-Law )Morrison). 4 5 2 Foxy Ann, Dr. Burgess, Bondelin, petty Blackloek, Gold Quartz and Gray Hal also started. Time —2 fi)3V4, 2:<H 1 2. --05%. 2 418 Trot (three beats: purse $1,000) Peter June eh h (Geers)... .T... 11l Dr. Nick i Murphy) 3 2 5 Harvest Tide (McDonald) 2 6 3 Red Bond (McMahon) 7 4 2 Busy’s Lassie, Sis Bing, Roxanna Moore and Sunnv Smiles also started. 3 ime—2:offV4, 2:OSV*, 2:09%. Marshall Holds Title ATLANTIC CITY. N. J., July 21. Frank J. Marshall of New York. United States champion, won the masters’ chess tournament nere Tuesday by defeating George G. Neidich of Cornell university in the final round. Charles Jaffe of New York, who played a draw with S. T. Sharp of Philadelphia, was second. E S. Js- - kson of Philadelphia and Stascb Mloakowski of Los Angeles tied for third .# a result of Jacobson's de feat of Mlotkowski. The standing: Marshall won 7Vj and lost Jaffa won, 6 1 j and lost 3V S ; Jackson won 5 aud lost 5; Mlotkowski won 5 and lost 5; Sharp won 4 and lost 6, and Neidich won 2 and lost 8. TWO IN ONE DAY. Pitcher Ratusey got credit for winning both gran os of a double-header for Okla homa City from St. Joseph June 20. In the first game, pinch hitting for Park, he scored a runner with a sacrifice fly, then finished the game In the box. He shut out St. Joe in the second game.