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HENDRICKSMEN TANGLE WITH KENTUCKY RIVALS IN SERIES EXTENDING THROUGH SATURDAY TRIBESMEN AND COLONELS OPEN 4-GAME MATCH McCarthy’s Outfit Comes for Last 1920 Appearance at Washington Park. TUESDAY GAMES SPLIT Coast Series Off CHICAGO, Sept. I.—There will be no aeries this fail between pennant ! winner* of the American association and the Pacific coast champions. Pres ident Thomas J. Hickey of the Amer ican association said today, after re ceiving a telegram from W. H. Mc- Carthy, president of the Pacific Coast ieagne. Joe McCarthy's Colonels arrived in town today to open a four-game series with the Indians at Washington pari; this afternoon and the usual "hot sketch’’ between the Hoosier and Kentucky ri vals is promised. This is the Colonels' final appearance in Indianapolis for 1920 and the Tribe is anxious to take a decisive fall out of them, but to gain the decision is not going to be an easy matter. Big Clint Rogge was slated for mound duty this afternoon and he had sufficient rest to make him appear a winner. The Columbus Senators departed last night, after getting an even break in Tuesday's double-header, an achievement that gave them four of the seven games. Af-er winning the opener yesterday, 1 to 0, through Jones’ great pitching, the Indians tried hard to win the second by a sensational rally in the ninth, but they fell short and the Clymers copped, 4 to S. In the opening struggle, Lefty George twirled fine ball for the Senators and only daring base running by Phinners got the Tribe the lone run of the con test. It came in the third inning. Jones singled and was forced by Shinners. but Ralph made up for it by stealing second and third, whence he scored on Kores' sacrifice fly. Covington followed with a single, but was forced by Rehg, and that ended the scoring for the game. It was one of the best games seen at the yard this season and Paul Jones dem onstrated his good pitching prowess by tightening whenever danger threatened. George allowed only four hits, while the Senators got six off Jones, but they couldn't solve Paul's slants when men were wiihin scoring distance. In the second game. Petty and Mnlren nan hooked up, for the second time in the series and Mulrcnnan won again through the great fielding of Rrainard in center. This player ran all over the landscape, it seemed, to grab Tribe drives, two catches on Shinners and one on Smith being of the spectacular order. Going into the ninth the Senators had the game. 4 to 0, but the Indians we ; e still scrappy despite ihe handicap and they shot over three runs before they were stopped. Faithful Tex Covington opened the final round with a triple and Rehg singled him home. /willing came through with a safety, rutting Walter on second. Schreiber filed to Magee, Rehg going to third. Then Cavet. who had relieved Petty and had taken Smith's place in fflh batting order, delivered with a single and Rehg scampered home. With on second and Cavet on first. Henline shot a safety to left, scoring leaving Pug on second and Butch on first. Wolf, who had singled in the eighth when he had batted for Petty, struck out and Shinners ended It bv forcing Henline. It was a tremendoiy; rally and gave the fans something to snout over even if it did fall short of victory. Duke Reilley was out of action yester dav due to sickness and an injured finger. The Duke says he has been losing weight and is in need of repairs. Catcher Dick Gossett is back after a trip home to recover from a breakdown received on the western trip. Louie Wolf would have given his pay check for a hit in the ninth of the second battle Tuesday, but Mulrennan fooled him with au underhand curve. The Tribe got seven bits in the second game and flvo came in the last Inning. Final Columbus Games FIRST GAME Indians. AR. R.'H O. A. E. hhinners. cf 4 1 0 2 0 0 Kores, 3b 3 O 1 0 1 1 Covington, lb 1 0 1 12 3 0 Rehg. If 3 0 0 2 0 0 /.willing, rs 300100 Schreiber. ss 3 0 1 2 4 0 Smith. 2b 3 0 0 3 2 0 Henline, c 1 0 0 3 1 0 Jones, p 3 0 1 2 0 0 Totals 24 1 4 27 11 1 Senators. AB. R. 11. O. A. E. Itescher, If 4 O o 0 O 0 Krueger, 2b 4 0 2 2 3 1 Magee, rs . 4 0 1 10 0 Kelley, c 4 0 1 2 0 0 F. Henry, lb 3 0 1 14 1 0 P.rainerd, cf 3 0 0 2 0 0 P.fown, 3b 3 0 1 0 5 0 ; T’.'rhoug, ss 2 0 0 3 0 0 j George, p 3 0 0 0 5 0 Totals 30 0 0 24 20 1 Indians 001 00000 • —1 Senators 00000000 o—o Two-Base Hits--Schreiber, Krueger, F. Henry. Double Plays—Schreiber to Cov ington : Schreiber to Smith. Sacrifice Hits—Kores, Covington. Schreiber. Peril ous Stolen Bases—Shinners. 2, Rehg. I,eft on Bases—lndians. 8; Senators. 4. First Base on Errors—Senators. 1. Bases rn Balls —Off George, 6. Struck Out—By /"ties. 3; *by George. 1. Winning Pitcher —Jones. Losing Pitcher—George. [Umpires—Finneran and Freeman. Time -1:31. SECOND GAME. Indians. AB. R. H. O. A. E. Shinners. cf 5 0 0 1 0 0 Kores. 3b 4 0 0 0 0 0 Covington, lb 4 1 1 9 2 0 Rehe. If 4 1 1 2 0 0 /willing, rs 2 1 1 4 0 0 tchreiber, ss 3 0 0 1 1 0 Smith, 2b 3 0 0 4 4 0 p 10 10 0 0 lenline, _c 4 0 2 5 1 0 ’etty, p 2 0 0 1 1 0 ►Wolf, 2b 2 0 10 10 Totals 34 3 7 27 10 0 Senators. AB. R. n. O. A. E. iescher. If 4 2 2 1 0 0 vrueger, 2b 3 1 1 1 3 0 ,lagee, rs 4 1 3 5 0 0 r. Henry, c 3 0 1 0 0 0 i, Henry, lb 4 0 1 7 0 0 trainerd. cf 4 0 0 5 0 0 Jrown, 3b 3 0 0 0 2 1 ►echous, ss 3 0 0 2 3 0 lulrennan, p 4 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 32 4 8 27 8 1 •Batted for Petty in the eighth. ndians 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3—3 euators 2 0 0 00 0 0-2 o—4 Two-base hits —Krueger, Magee 2. J. tenry. Three-base hit Covington, tolen base —Henline. Sacrifice hits— irueger, Pechous, Magee. Double play— ’echous to F. Henry. Left on bases—ln ians, 7; Senators, 5. First base on er >rs —Indians, 1. Bases on balls—Off etty, 1; off Mulrennan, 2. Hits—Off etty, 8 and 4 runs in S Innings: off avet, 0 and 0 runs in 1 inning. Hit by itcher —By Mulrennan, 1 (Schreiber*. alk—By Petty, 1. Struck out—By stty, 4: by Mulrennan. 6. Winning tcher —Mulrennan. Losing pitcher— ttty. Umpires—Finneran and Freeman me—l:3S. A. B. C.’s IN' CLOSE ONE. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Sept i._Dis likes and Strlngbean Williams staged pitching duel here Tuesday with the Ivantage In favor of the Hoosier hurler. e Indianapolis A. B. C.s winning the ntest, 3 to 1. The A. B. C.’s bunched Heir nine hits in two sessions with men the bases, while the local club could ■t connect safely when hits meant runs, ■ere: H B. C.’s 00010000 2—3 9 2 Hcharachs 00100000 o—l 6 1 Baseball Calendar ! and Standings HOW THET STAND. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. W. L. Pct-t W. L. Pet. St. Paul.. 91 41 .689jToledo 66 65 .504 Min’apolls 71 61 .538 Louisville. 62 69 .473 Indpls ... 6* 65 .SlljColumbus. 53 77 .408 Milwaukee 68 65 .511!Kan. City. 48 84 .364 AMERICAN LEAGUE. W. L. Pet! W. L. Pet. Chicago.. 77 48 .616 805t0n.... 59 64 .480 Cleveland. 76 48 .613 Wash’ton.. 52 66 .441 New York 77 50 .6061 Detroit... 48 73 .397 St Louis 62 58 .517jPl)lU'd'a... 39 83 .320 NATIONAL LEAGUE. W. L. Pet. I W. L. Pet. Brooklyn. 70 55 .560;Chieago.... 63 64 .496 Cincinnati 67 63 .6581 St. Louis.. 51 64 . 443 New York 67 56 ,545|Boston 49 67 .422 Pittsburg 63 58 .521IPhlIf.'da.. 50 73 .407 THREE ! LEAGUE. W. L. Pet! W. L. Pet. Blomgtn. 78 53 .5951 Ced. Rap. 63 66 .488 Evansvlie 72 54 .571 j Peoria.... 60 70 .462 Rockford 68 64 .515! Terre H.. 55 70 .440 Moline... 64 66 .492 Rock Jsld. 56 74 .434 GAMES TODAY. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Louisville at Indianapolis. Toledo at Columbus. Milwaukee at St. Paul. Kansas City at Minneapolis. AMERICAN LEAGUE. St. Louis at New York. Chicago at Bogton. Detroit at Philadelphia (two games). Cleveland at Washington. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Brooklyn at St. Louis. Boston at Cincinnati. New York at Pittsburg. Only three games scheduled. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. (First game) St. Paul 030801 60 *—l3 17 1 Milwaukee ...0 0 0 00 1006- 1 6 5 Batteries —Griner and McMenemy ; Mc- Wheeney, Schultz and Huhn, Haines. (Second game: 11 innings) St. Paul ... 2200000000 I—s 13 0 Milwaukee. 0100210000 o—4 12 0 Batteries —Browne. Williams and nar- j grave; Reinhart and Huhn. (First game) * Kansas City 00315070 o—l 6 12 Minneapolis .... 00000004 • 4 7 Batteries —Ross, Saunders and Sweeney, 1 Brock; James, Packard, Jackaon and Mayer, Owens. (Second game) Minneapolis .. 40000122 •—9 9 0 Kansas City.... 00100100 o—20 —2 7 0 Batteries—Schauer and Mayer; Lam bert. Horstman and Sweeney. (First game) Toledo 00 0 4 1 9 1 2 3- 20 20 2 Louisville .... 00001020 2 5 11 6 Batteries—McCall and Woodall; Koob, Miller, Long and Kocher, Meyer. (Second game) Louisville 00302000 •—5 10 2 Toledo 00020000 o—2 7 1 Batteries —Graham and Kocher; Mid dleton and Woodall. AMERICAN LEAGUE. St. Louis 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 o—3 6 1 New York 00000200 0-2 5 2 Batteries —Davis and Severeid ; Collins. Shawkey, Quinn and Ruel. (Fifteen innings; darkness.) Detroit— -50010100000001 0-8 16 3 Philadelphia— -02000130100001 0 -8 14 5 Batteries—Ayers. Oldham and Ain smith; Harris, Moore and Perkins, Wyatt. j Boston 00 3 1 00 3 0 •—7 11 0 | Chicago 0 1 00 0 0 11 0-3 10 l ; Batteries—Bush and Schang; Cicntte 1 and Schalk. Cleveland 300 0 0400 o—7 10 1 Washington... 000 0(10 1 M 1 9 2 Batteries —Bkgby and O'Neill; Erick son, Biemiller, Conway and Gharrity. NATIONAL LEAGUE. (10 innings) Boston 001000000 2—3 9 2 ! Cincinnati .. 00 1 0 000006-1 8 1 Batteries —McQuillan and Gowdy; El ler and Wiugo. Pittsburg 00000060 •—6 10 3 New York 201 1 IOOOfI 5 14 1 Batterie*—Adams. Wigner, Hamilton and Schmidt; Barnes. Nebf, Dotigl's and Snyder, Smith. Brooklyn 00200120 o—s 16 2 St. Louis 0 0 1 O 0 1 0 0 o—2 7 1 Batteries -Pfeifer and Mtller; Sherdel, Goodwin, Jacobs and Dilhoefer. Philadelphia... 0200 00 0 0 I—3 9 0 Chkagc 00000000 o—o 5 1 Batteries —Meadows and Wheat; Alex ander, Carter and O'Farrell. Columbia Takes Flag in the South Atlantic COLUMBIA, S. C., Sept. I —By defeat ing Greenville, second place team, Mon day, Columbia clinched the champion ship of the South Atlantic association. Should Columbia lose its remaining games and Greenville win the one it has scheduled to play, Columbia would win by two points. Columbia has never been out of first place since the start of the season. Big League Stuff The Pirates waited until the seventh yesterday and then opened an attack that netted six runs, defeating the Giants, 6 to 5. A heave into left field by Ruel, Y’an kee catcher, tells what happened to the Yanks. The Browns licked 'em, 3 to 2. Three singles in the tenth Inning by the Braves slid the Reds out of the National league lead. They lost, 3 to 1. Jeff Pfeffer won his ninth straight game when the Dodgers crushed the Cardinals, 5 to 2. Grover Cleveland Alexander did not | (brill the Phillies to any great extent. They pasted him freely and boat the i Cubs. 3 to 0. \ The Athletics and Tigers had fifteen innings of matineo, quitting with the score an 8 to 8 tie. The Cleveland Indians sneaked closer to the top by flailing the Nationals, 7 to 1. •Too Bush was responsible for an other tumble of the White Sox. The champions were beaten, 7 to 3. New League Proposed NEW ORLEANS,* Sept. I.—John G. Dobbs, New Orleans manager, stated this might be his last season with the local team, ns he and others are figuring on the formation of anew league of six clubs, representing Montgomery, Ala.. Augusta, Mncon, and Columbus. Ga., and Jacksonville and Pensacoln, Fla. Bobby Kilks of the New York Ameri cans and Mike Finn, scout for the De troit Americans, are interested in the proposed league. Roque Meeting Friday There will he a meeting of all mem bers of the Indianapolis Roque associ ation at the City hall recreation offices Friday night to arrange a schedule for matches at Garfield park Labor day. TO SAINTS. ST 1. Eddie Foster, l-ifcher dub of the has been ~)> 4 ■■ - • a:. u - fijjk MAJORS ENTER FINAL MONTH Mad Dashes Down Stretch Promised by Contenders. By H. C. HAMILTON, (International News Correspondent.) NEW YORK, Sept. I—Baseball in the major leagues today entered the last month of the 1920 campaign. Seasons in • each league end on Oct. 3, but approxi mately thirty days of play are left. No gap has been opened for any bud ding leader in either organization. In the American league exactly ten points separate the first three teams —Chicago, Cleveland, New York, in the order named. In the National, Brooklyn tops the Cin cinnati average by two points, the Dod gers having slipped ahead yesterday while the Reds were losing. The Giants lost some ground through another loss to Pittsburg, which suddenly is begin ning to make things appear that it is not yet out of the battle. Cleveland'* work at Washington gives every indication that those who counted the Ohioans out have another guess yet to make. The Clevelands, with Speaker back in good form, have been playing better ball than either the Yankees or the White Sox in the last few days. Page Ready to Call Butler Grid Talent Out for First Work Pat Page, Butler's athletic director, will arrive in Indianapolis Friday to make final preparations for the 1920 21 season and on Sept. 10 he will take hold of the Irvington grid reins when he calls cut his huskies for the first practice of the season. College does not open until Sept. 15. , Two practices dally will be the order on the east side until Oct. 2. when the Christians will stack up against Witten berg college, on Irwin field. Following the Wittenberg game. Hanover, Wil mington, Earlham. Georgetown and Franklin will be met on the Butler grid iron on successive weeks. The first “away-from-home" game will be played with Rose Poly at Terre Haute, Nov. 13. and the schedule, as it now stan is, will be concluded the following week when Chicago Y. M. C. A. college comes to Irwin field. All players will look alike to Page during the early practice. This will be | his first effort with the Butler athletes, and he has stated that everybody who goes out for the eleven will be given ' every possible chance to make good, re gardless of his record. There is. no doubt, but that the new mentor will face a lot of green talent this year, but he is determined to turn out an eleven that will give the Irvington college a more prominent place on the grid stage than it has held in tbe last few years. AMATEURS ONLY ONE GAME WITH LOUISVILLE A new feature was brought out hi the national amateur tournament story to day when R. Walter Jarvis, president of the Indianapolis Amateur Baseball a*so elation, announced that instead of play ing three game series this year, the various city champions will play only one game in eneh round, the losers dropping out and the winners advancing a notch. This means that Johnny Gaalema is going to have to get h: Premier Motors, if thev beat the Morris Street Methodists in the eity finals Saturday, ready for a real battle w ith the Louisville city champs at Washington park. Saturday, Sept. 11 The Louisville officials have informed Jarvis that they arc sending n real ba.*?- ball club to Indianapolis this year. The Meldon club has won twenty two of the twenty six games they have played this season and they ire still booking games with fast city or state clubs, Rupp Juniors preferred. For games eall Circle 5355 and ask for Willie The Maxwell Grays will ment the Greenfield ntue. at Greenfield Sunday. Games are wanted sway from home. Ad dress Iloakley Charutaso. Maxwell, Ind. Indianapolis Trojans and the Keystone A. C.'s will meet at Keystone park Sun day in a double bill. The following playera should get in touch with Mansger Times Schedules With Trojans and Reserves The IndianepolU Trojan*, who wero eliminated by The Time* club in the first round of the city Inde pendent eerie*, have been given a re turn game and will he seen in action against, the newspaper hoys on the Falrvlew diamond Sunday. Kept. 13. The Elder Reserve*, victor* over The Time* In the second round of the tourney, hate also been booked by The Times manager in a return game, to be played at i alrview Kept. 26, the closing game for both clubs. The Time* team 1* nnxloii* to book game* for Sunday and Kept. 19. Ad dress the manager. Daily Time*, or rail Washington 1650. Owen at I’roapeet 59." before Friday: Lnngruler, Cobb, Mottg, Warner, Collin*, Dam pier, Zerkle, McClure anil Moore. Indlanapoll* Giant*, colored, are hook ing games with the best semi pro clubs in thi* part of the country. For game* hfl rites ■ G. H. BlggerstalT. 1252 Yandes street. Clermont wants games ivith Shelby ville and nil other fust dubs in the state. Address Floyd Appelgate, Clermont, Ind. OUEENSBI'HG, Ind., Sept. I.—The Eagles ball team of tins city will play the Conncrsvtlle furniture team on the local diamond Sunday and Monday. Both games are expected to be fast ns the 10. cal team has been playing good ball and , the visitors are said to be fine workers on the diamond. Th<> Southern Cubs will meet the Kuss- | man Feds Sunday. All Cub (players are l requested to meet at tbe Kilter park dia mond at 6 p. in. Thursday. Eight cylinders mean I H constant power; no ■ g|j throb, effort or noise. *gg Q Dickey Motor Sales Cos. ® DISTRIBUTORS b? m 1027 North Meridian St. H INDIANA DAILY TIMES, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,1920. Stay-at-Home Betters Discus Mark Made in Event at the Olympic , ' y - . ARLIE MUCKS. And now bobs up one of the stay-at homes with an inkling of how he might have atood out at the Olympic games. Arile Mucks, a great Wisconsin star who was startling the country with his weight and discus throwing back in 1916 and 1917, was selected for these events on the Olympic team. At the last min ute he had to withdraw because of an Injury. So he stayed at home. A day or two ago Arlie picked up the discus during a track meet at Chicago and gently heaved it farther than any body else at the Olympic games man aged to throw it. Nikiander, Finnish star, won the dis cus throw at the Olympic games with a toss of 147 feet 7 5-16 inches. Mucks henved the missile 14s feet 1 Inch A matter of six inches is quite a bit when one Is flirting with records. What Mucks might have done against the keen competition set by the world's best ath letes cannot be estimated Action Promised When Wrestlers Go on Mat Plenty of action is promised al the wrestling show to la* staged Friday night at Tomlinson hall wher* matmen. said to be leaders in the|r respective weights, will be seen in action. The main bout, in which Mnrin I'les tina meets one of the three men, Greek Georg*. Young Gotch or Jack Snrninson. promises to bring out some elassy exhibi tion of the sport. Marin Piestlna. It is said, has never had his shoulders pinned to the mat in the six years he h a been in the game, and it should take a lot of work to provide him with opposition. Besides the main attraction there will be three preliminaries between Hoosier wrestlers, the first bout getting started at 8 SOUTHEASTERNS ORGANIZING. The Southeastern grid eleven Is organ ising for the coming season and t'oarh Art Owlngs Is confident that this year he will have one of the fastest teams in the city. Ail fast men wishing to try for position* on the eleven are requested to attend the meeilng at 1315 Spann avenue tonight. For games address William Stewart. 1315 Spann avenue, or call Prospect 5517. MAR MON 54 RENEWED Now ready lor delivery: SEDAN Coach blue; black fenders, radiator shell and running gear. 7-PASSENGER TOURING CAR Finished beautiful dark brown. 7-PASSENGER TOURING Finished in maroon, with black fenders and running gear. STARS REMAIN IN COURT PLAY Hennessey Keeps Pace With National Meet Leaders. FOREST HILLS, N. Y.. Sept. I.—The tournament for the national tennis .singles championship went into the third round today at the West Side Tennis club, with all members of the Davis cup team still undefeated. Os the quartet R. Norris Williams, the former national champion. probably faced the hardest test in today’s matches for he was paired with Willis E. Davis, the young Californian. Williams was pushed to the utmost yesterday to tuke the measure of S. Howard Voshell. William M. Johnston, the champion, was paired today with Nathaniel W Niles, the Boston veteran. Ordinarily this would be considered a most critical match for the champion, but his work in the tournament has so far been so ex cellent that he was regarded as prac tically certain to win. Samuel Hardy, captain of the Davis cup team, was to meet William Tildeu 11, who recently won the British cham pionship. Cbiiripß 8. Garland of Pitts burg was paired with Frank T. Ander son. the young New Yorker. Johnny Hennessey, the youthful Indi anapolis star, continues to keep pace with the rest of the field and is looking more like championship stuff every time he steps on the courts. Yesterday the Indianapolis youth drew attention from the gallery when he vir tually ran. circles around the veteran Jimmy Weber, leader in Chicago net circles, to win, 6-4, C-3, 6-3. Weber is a player capable of giving the best of them a run for their money and tbe odds were against Ilenuessey when the match opened but after his nerves had calmed down with the first few games, he w’ent after the Chicago starlight with so much stuff that the lat ter was soon forced from the offensive to the defensive side cf battle roHl eventually to the bottom of the count in three straight sets. Hennessey In this match displayed a fighting spirit and some court ability that is not to be con- J quered ns easily as some of the tourna ment favorites are inclined to tbluk. Jack McKay, anotha- Indianapolis player, was eliminated yesterday by R. L. Baggs of New York, 6-4, 6-4, 6-4, after four sets of hard figbtlu r and faat going. . Grand Circuit Results READVILLE. Mas*.. Sept. I.—Rain again interfered with the Grand Circuit nice* yesterday, although nine heats were contested - before a heavy shower caused a postponement of the unfinished events until today. The summary: Horse Breeders' Futurity (2-year-old trot; purse, $2,500i Bogalusa. eb c (Valentine) 2 11 Nelson Dillon, b c (SerrlU)... 12 2 Bclrue, b c (Pitman) 4 3 5 Marge The Great, h f (C0x).... 5 6 4 Favonlan, br <• Kdmaiil 3 4 to; Jane Velo also started. Time—2:llV 2:08. 2 :14Vi- The Boston Globe (3 year-old trot; purse. $2,500) - Worthy Chief, br g (Crossman... 2 1 1| Sir Douglas Haig, b c t White).. 3 2 3 Madam Dillon, ch f (Serrlll) 4 8 2 Native Girl, blk f I Bowel 7 4 4 Dominion Day. hr g < Hasting*).. 5 6 5 Ilarveat Horn and The Great Mis* Mor ris also started. Time—2:ll H, 2:11 >4, 2:08V 2:10 Trot (purse $2,000) Bonnie Del. b g 'Hinds* 1 1 l.sdy Will Go. ch m '.McDonald),,.. 2 2 Oscar Watts, b g (Hyde) 6 3 Hilda Fletcher, n m (Cox) 3 6 Blitxie, br m * Pitman* 4 t> Red Russel! also started. Time—2:o7V*. 2 :07\ 2:18 Trot (purse. $1,000) Baroness Coe ha to, hr m (A. McDon aid) 1 1 Wiki Wiki, b g (Geers* 3 2 Dora Haines, br m (H Fleming)... 2 4 Dar Hyal, h g (Crosier* ...15 3 Grace Drake, Tdk tu (White) 4 8 Charm Bpears. Peter Bleler. Sib Bin gen, Saint Frusquln, Crex, Harmony. Charlotte Dillon. Blnode. Grace Forbes and Lotto Watts also started. Time -2:08%*. 2:O7Vi. The President, 2:08 Trot (purse, $3,000; unfinished) Peter Coley, h g (Valentine) 2 1 Millie irwin, br m 'Fleming) 1 2 Peter June, ch h (Geers) 3 2 Doctor Nick, blk g (Cox) 4 4 I.et Fly, t* g (Dodge* 5 5 Opera Express also started. Time-2 05-V 2:os**. The Blue Hill. 2:06 Trot (purse. $3,000; unfinished) — N>dda, b m (11. Fleming* 1 Don DeLopex. blk g (Geers) 2 Baron Cegantle. h h (A. 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' ; Don Curley, Indianapolis boxer, scored | a technical knockout over Goody Good (man of Terre Haute at the speedway last night in the fourth round of their scheduled ten-round go for the light weight championship of Indiana. Goodman, a fighter of the ‘cover-up’* i variety, come out of a crouch for a I wild swing after taking quite a bit |of punishment in the fourth stanza. Curley ducked and started in, acciden tally driving his shoulder into the pit ]ot his opponent’s stomach. Goodman | went down, but the bell saved him from ; being counted out. He was unable, how ever, to leave 'his corner for the next round and Chick IrVigg ns. ccnn-/ as referee, awarded the bout to Curley. Curley had the better of the fighting all the way. It was tbe first time tue Indianapolis boxer performed before lo- j cal fans for some time and a large I crowd was out to see him go. Two four-round battles between sol dier and civilian scrapers resulted in the big entertainers of the night. In the first of these, Fred Bell and Private Akerman battled to a draw. Bell prob ably handed out the more punishment, but not enough to earn a decision. In the second, and best, Don Carson j shaded Private Gardner in what had all the earmarks of a real ring scrap. Both these boys knew how to fight, and they were in there doing their best all the way. Carson had Gardner hanging on the ropes when the gong sounded in the fourth. Privates Hopper and Potts went four j fast rounds in the first event on the card; ! Private Kirby shaded Private Potts in | another four-round go and Private John- • son retained his camp wrestling chain- j pionsb'.p by throwing Private Barnhart i in five minutes. The battle royal honors were divided | between Privates Zust and Bee, when-1 they went three rounds to a draw after j the three other contestants had been sent to dreamland. Last night's crowd broke all records j and Lieut. Stewart, who is conducting the speedway shows for the benefit of I the Enlisted Men's club, stated that if * the financial end of the deal came ; through O. K. he would offer the fans a pair of ten-round battles between clever civilian boxers next week. Pugilist Dundee Gets Chance to L T se Dancing Step in Musical Show Johnny Dundee at last gets an oppor tunity to capitalize h!s dancing proclivi ties outside the boxing ring, where his style has baffled every lightweight from Benny Leonard down and earned for him a fortune. The little Italian has signed a contract to appear on the stage with Jimmy Hussey's neiv musical revue, "Tattle Tales," a glrl-and-music show, which comes to the Murat theater next week. * After his fight with Fltzslmmons in Wewark on July 26, Dundee left the boxing game flat, but not before he col lected his end of the purse. #ll .'3OO. Johnny, so the report has it, will retire from the psdded circle until he can lure Benny Leonard into a decision or fight to a finish, an eventuality that he might well postpone in the best Interests of his theatrical career. The two have staged msny no-decision fights In the east, but r.‘icv' have never gone the distance, and sooner or later IA-onard. no doubt, will have to give Johnny a chance at the championship. Dundee has a scene with Jimmy Hus ev. comedian and hacker of the show in the last act. It's a burlesque box ing scene, and is said to be as funny as the slap stick stuff done years ago by the famous Weber and Fields, when the* • comedians were at tbe height of their popularity. At any rate boxing fans will have an opportunity of seeing the light weight in anew role. Earlham Grid Card RICHMOND. Ind., Sept. 1- Three foot ball game* of the seven scheduled b> Earlham college will he played on Re'd field here this seasrn. Including one with the Michigan State Norma! of Kalamazoo Mich. This Is the first time n team from , that school has appeared here. Coach Mowe has Instructed candidates to re port for practice on Sept. 10. The schedule for the season follows: Oct. 2—Hanover at Earlham. Oct. 9—Earlham at Wilmington. Oct. 16 Rose I’oly at Earlham. Oct. 23 Earlham at Butler. Nor. 6 Michigan Norroai at Earlham. Nov. 20 Eariham at Franklin. BOXING CHAMP DISPLAYS HIS K. O. PUNCH BENTON HARBOR. Mich., Sept. I. Jack Dempsey felt better today. He “put something on it” yesterday and found his hitting power undiminished for the long rest. Dempsey had had a day’s complete rest when he took to the practice ring yesterday and his sparring partners suffered. The champion was to put in another big day today and begin the tapering off tomorrow. Soldier Jack Riley came all the way from Indianapolis to get a lacing. He has been hanging around fight head quarters for several days giving Kearns an earful, fairly beseeching Kearns to give him a chance. Dempsey’s manager finally acquiesced. Itiley stood up straight, stuck his left hand out just a little too forcibly, and then it hap pened. Dempsey brought both hands into play and the soldier was out standing on his feet at the end of the first three minutes. Riley was game, however, and began a second round. After about a minute of slugging Dempsey called for another man and Riley was spared the humiliation of kissing the mat again. Miske also 'was to have a full day to day. His progress yesterday was one of the busiest since his camp was es tablished. The choice of a referee was still in the air today. It is almost certain the state boxing commission will be called upon for a special license for an out side man. Walter Eckersall, Chicago, was named official timer. E. W. Dicker son. Grand Rapids, will referee the pre liminaries. FITZ DOESN'T CARE FOR BOUT NEW YORK. Sept. L—Eddie Fitz simmons, lightweight, today changed bis mind regarding his possibilities of win ning the world's chumpiocship and asked Tex Rickard, promoter, to relieve him of his engagement to fight Benny Leonard at Madison Square Garden this month. Fitzsimmons' manager pleaded that the young scrapper more experience before entering the ring with a man of Leonard’s caliber. Rickard declared today both Leonard and Fitzsimmons have expressed a dis like for the match. He probably will agree to release Fitzsimmons and select some other fighter as Leonard's opponent. County Fair Races I AT SHELBYVILLE. ' County F’ace‘ purse $50 — Gypsy I’yatt (Hook) 11l Prince (Taggart) 2 3 2 Katie G (Gunning) 4 2 3 Rex B (Stafford) 3 6 5 Dan M (Morgansonl 5 4 6 Rabbit E (Gregory) 6 5 4 Time—2:374. 2:36*. 2:37V4. County Trot: purse $50 — Billy Bacon (Flshef) 1 1 1 I’earl W (Jones) 2 3 2 Mary Jean (Fisher) 33 4 Lidy I* (Pharos' 4 5 3 Ruby Gatewood (Nnlliner) 5 4 5 Lady Grace 'Bennett) 6 6 0 Time 2:384. 2:374. 2:384. Drink, , The bottle that answers sm the call of millions. /J /u fia M 'wi.\ Do not be deceived with Hlanßß counterfeit imitations. Look for the name on ff :h.' bolt!?. Wm. y maftrnil I WASHINGTON park INDIANAPOLIS vs LOUISVILLE SEPTEMBER 1-2-3-4 GAME CALLED 3:00 P. M. Friday Ladies’ Day, Watch Bali on Washington St. THE LAKE ERIE & WESTERN R. R. EXCURSION SUNDAY, Sept. sth (Returning same date.) ROUND TRIP FARES TO MICHIGAN CITY (Lake Michigan) $2.70 WALKERTON (Koontz Lake) , a $2.43 ROCHESTER (Lake Manitou) , 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 and full information apply to agent Excursions ifellllHL -NEXTSUNDAY CINCINNATI, OHIO, $2.95- ro ,l^„T t ip -$2.95 fentur, hi., s3.24~Every Sunday— M>rslij|l ' w. u. 22 VISIT TURKEY KIiN—(INDIANA STATE PARK) I Special Trains I.phv" Union Station 7:00 A. M. tip.rißl Coarhss to Cincinnati for Genornl Proteotant Orphan Sertrty. PUNCH TARGETS PASS OUT DOPE ON BIG FIGHT Heinen and Tate Release Line of Information That Is Amusing. ARE LIBERAL BOOSTERS BENTON HARBOR. Mich., Sept. L And now, ladies and gentlemen, William Tate and John Heinen. sparring partners par excellence, step into the limelight and exude solemn words concerning their fisticuffing bosses. "I never was more confident of any thing than that Billy Miske will knock out Jack Dempsey on Labor day,” as serts Heinen. who. as may be presumed, draws his pay from the Miske exchequer. "Miske hits harder than Willard and faster than Jack Johnson. He has startled me by his speed—and fairly amazed me by his punching power. There’s a snap to Miske’s punching that Johnson lacked and Willard never knew. And Miske is hitting faster than any man I ever saw in action, and he's get ting his 192 pbunds into every drive for the jaw. I figure one of those drives is going to drop Dempsey for the long, long count. ’ In rebuttal are some words from “Old Reliable" Bill Tate, tbe giant negro who trained with Dempsey at Toledo, and is repeating here for the Miske fight. "This hoy Dempsey is ringing all them there hells he used to ring in Toledo when he hits—and a few more, too," as serts Bill. "I always thought that boy sort a reached the top of his punching power just before he fought that there Willard, but I made a mistake. The boy is hitting harder than he ever did. "Will Jack win on Labor day? Hum. Well, in Toledo, I bet all my pay ou Jack to beat Willard, and in this fight, if I could find somebody to bet with. I'd bet all the money that I can earn in the next ten or fifteen years.” FIGHT TICKETS ON SALE HERE Jack Druley. manager of Chuck Wig gins. Indianapolis boxer who meets Harry Greb of Pitstburg in the semi final bout of the all-championship card at Benton Harbor Labor day, is ready to accept requests for reservations on the "Hoosier Special’’ that will carry In diana fight fans to the scene of battle. A large crowd of Hoosiers is expected to make the trip ou the special train and Druley is arranging things so that everybody will have a good time, beside* having choice seats in the big arena. The cost of the trip, including railroad fare, reserved seat at the fight and meals on the train, will be $25. Druley announced that tickets for the fight were to go on sale at Stegemeier's. 17 North Illinois street, today. KLEIN HIGH GUN. Seth Klein hung up a perfect score at the Crooked Creek Gun club shoot yes terday afternoon, breaking 50 targets out of a possible 50. Slinkard was next with one less broken bird.