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Ruth and Other Yank Stars
Unable to Solve Delivery
of Former Coaster
Cleveland 35 64
Now York 67 . 4 2 .615
J Chtrapn . 66 4 1
St. Louis 51 51
Washington 46 53 .4i5
Boston . . 45 56 .446
Detroit 33 63 .382
Philadelphia 8J 73 .305
Yesterday's Results,
At Cleveland Philadelphia 0. Cleve
land 5.
At Detroit Now Ynrk n Detroit 1
At Chicago Boston 0, Chicago 2
At St Louis i First game) Wash
ington 2. St Louts 3. (Second game"
Washington i, St. Louis 11
Tndnx'-. Schedule.
Washington at Chicago.
Boston at St. Louis.
Philadelphia at Detroit,
New York at Cleveland.
DETROIT, Aug 9. Superb pitching
by Ehmke shut out Now York, Detroit
winning, l to 0, yesterday.
The former Coaster allowed only
three hits and struck out eight men.
Pratt was the only Yankee to get:
as far as third.
Cobb scored the winning run on a
double, Veach'e sacrifice and a wild
I I pitch.
Ruth lifted only one ball out of the
1 infield, an easy fly to Cobb.
Score R H V.
New York 0 3 2
l Detroit 1 ' -
Batteries Collins and Ruel; Khmke
and Stanage.
CLEVELAND, Aug. 9 Caldwell's
pitching was too much for Phlladcl-'
phia yesterday and Cleveland won, 5
I t0 "
Perry was batted hard and he was
loosely supported
Manager Speaker was unable to play
until the ninth, having had an atl
B J I of ii'
Foore: R H E.
Phlladt Iplila 0 6 3 !
Cleveland 5 12 1
M Batteries: Perry, Keofc and Per-
kins, Caldwell and O'Neill.
H i
CHICAGO, Aug. 9. Chicago evred
BH the series with Boston esterday by a
to 0 lctory
The game was a pitchers' battle be-
BH tween Kerr and Pennock. with the
II former ha lng a -hade
BBj The locals scored their first run
BU J when Kerr singled In 'hi- fourth and
BBJ scored on E. Collins' single. Felsch s
BBra home run In the fourth brought the
BBJ l other score
BBU Score: R H F
BBB Boston 0 6 0 1
BBB Chicago
BBj Batteries Pennock, Bush and
BB Schang Kerr and Schalk,
Hj ST. LOUIS. Aug. 9. St. Louis made
a clean sweep of the series by winning
Bfl twice from Washington yesterday, 3 to,
2 and 1 1 to 4.
BBBj The locals won the, first game In
BBJ the ninth on Smith s double, a wild
throw by Rico and Tobln's simile
I Sisler led the attar in tne P.-cond
game with a slnple. double, triple and
' home run, driving In six runs.
Score: R. H E
i Washington 2 6 1
BBIj St. Louis 3 10
Batteries Zachary .inn Gharrity;
Sothoron, Shockor and Sevcrcld
Score (second game i : R H E
Washington . 4 10 4
I St. Louis 11 16 0
I Batteries Erlckenson and Ghar-
BB rlty; Vangilder, Burwell and Bllltnge.
i Americans thrive on competition.
Give 'em n mark to shoot at and
they'll nick It sooner or later.
That's the spirit of the L S. Olym
pic team that is to be quartered In
the Belgian schoolhouee.
Among the galaxy of stars are some
we call our "dependables," and then
there's the second-stringers And let
it bo said that thore'6 been many a
surprise come up out of these second
choices In the Olympiads of the past.
In every athlete.' there Is always just
so much naturals peed and endur
ance, but when under fire he is liable
to show a 'flawh" performance that
oen he himself didn't know was In
The Olympiad at Antwerp is the big
league of track and field competition
The olive branch Is the pennant
laurel to be placed In the victor's
All that the Olympiad ancient in
its origin stood for It jtlll repre
sents. There Is no greater share of honor
And strength In the national life of
any country than that reflected in Its
America stands for the ruperlatlvo
In everything super honor super
athletics super leadership.
Under fire It comes out Competi
tion the keener It Is the bettor we
like It and the more stuff wo show.
Victory means much in this our
seventh Olympiad yet It Is not the
stake we strive for. Rather It Is the
example Of a super-type of athletes
wo would hold up to the world strong
r f heart, clear of eye, clean of mind,
lovers of honor all.
Certainly St Is a glorious honor to
every member of our 1920 Olympic
team to have been chosen as thesr
types of America's "flower" and her
Is It any wonder if they are proud,
or that we are proud of them''
CLEVELAND, O , Aug. 3 The
scene of the grand circuit racing sea
sen shifted to North Randall today for
the Hf-cnnd week's engagement. Four
events wore scheduled with the Amer
ican Sportsman three-year-old pace
the feature.
Rlflo Grenade, the new Juvenile
champion, was expected to rule a
heavy favorite.
Dodgers Win Thrilling Game
From Pittsburgh Crew
Two to One
Brooklx n 59 46 .6C7
Cincinnati .15 43 .561
New York 54 6 .640
Pittsburg 62 4K .531
Chicago 62 65 .4S6
! Boston 43 60 .462
I St Lbtlls 46 66 .446
Philadelphia 40 50 .404
esterdajr's Results
At New York Chicago 1, New York
At Brooklvn Pittsburg 1. Brook
lyn 2.
Todn - Schedule
"hloago at Brooklyn.
Cincinnati at Detroit.
Pittsburg at New York.
St. Louis at Philadelphia.
BROOKLYN, Aug 9 Brooklyn held
first place by a 2 to 1 victory over
Pittsburg yesterdn In a game of argu
ments and a shower of pop bottles.
Wheat made the winning run on a1
wild pitch In the ninth, while the
PlttHburK players argued that Ktlduff.
who was at bat, had been hit on the
hand because ho nuqsed his fingers af
ter dropping to dodge the ball Um
pire Riglor ruled it wa a wild pitch
The pop bottle shower came In the
eighth, when Brookhn players crowd
ed around 1'mplre Minn to protest
his decision that Mitchell was out at
r'nir.l Seorc: R. H, E.
Pittsburg 1 6 1
Brooklyn . 2 S 2
Batteries Ponder and Hennefer;
Marouard, Cadore and Elliott.
NEW YRK. Aug, 9 New York
'efr-,red Chicago. 7 to 1, yesterday.
making it four out of rive
Toney was a puzzle to the Cubs un
til the ninth. when he was hit three
times rosultlnsr In the visitors I illy.
The (lant.a' hits off Vaughn were
t!me!. Score: R. H E.
Chicago . 1 9 0
Now York . . 7 10 2
Batteries: Vausrhn. ''arter and
O'Farrell: Tones and Snyder
I went to seo Babe Ruth per
form I He ever got a crack,
il won unto the. boi offlct
To get my money back;
They did not give my kale to I
Instead I got the sack!
TOLEDO. Aug 8. Harry Vardon
! and Edward Ray. Enplish profes
sionals, won two and one in their best
ball match at 18 holes here today with
Charles Lorms, and Dolce White of
ISlvanla, local professionals
The match was the prelude to the
national open tournament to be
j played at Inverness this week, starting
1 Tuesday.
Vardon and Ray had a best ball of
69-33 out and 3fi in while their op
ponents had 72-3fi each way
Vardon showed a weakness at put
ting, but Ray made up for it They
were considerably flustered hy the dls
tance and cross windy, their la.k of
knowledge of traps and other haz
I ards but they hit the ball
Man golfers who are to take part
in the tournament were practicing to
i day.
Pairings are to be announced lato
on .
NEWPORT, R I , Aug 8. Many
leading lawn tennis pla'-cr." in hiding
the Davla cup team, will participate in
the annual Newport raslno tourna
ment tomorrow For the first day
t the championship court has boon as
signed to the singles match between
Willis E Davis of San Francisco, run-
, ner-up In last week's Seabright tour
nament, and Wallace F. Johnson of
! Philadelphia.
1 Tvr V --
Here's pt Ryaili one of the
'whales" Of the Olympic team. The
(other two 'whales" are Matt McGrafh
'and Patrick McDonald, tho giant cop
pers who are members of the Now
York's "finest." Ryan Is a Now York
' .ii; I'm lur II.- hol'ls the world's re--,
ord In throwing tho l-pound ham
mer, his groat henvo being ISO feet
Ici inches. The three 'whales" are
expected to sweep the weight field
clean nnd score 22 points for the U. S.
team at Antwerp.
TOLEDO, p., Aug. 9. Officials pre
paring for the national open golf tour
nament which starts over tho Inver
ness course tomorrow, were engaged
today redrawing the starters The
change In pairings was necessitated
by some forty belated entries who were
permitted to rome in after the of
ficial time km nt close.
As the result It will be lato today
before the noted professlor.a 's nnd
I'SmStOUra here will know whore they
really stand.
All of the entrants are here and
most of them have had a try at the
I course.
The day opened clear and warm,
i ideai weather for trio golfer,
j There Is much speculation among
I exports as to the winner. They agre
ho will havn to shoot 29t golf to take
the open title, while some believe a
score as low as 2 85 will be necessary.
The exports ore figuring on ChlcK
Evans and Rohby Jones to uphold the
prestige of amateur golf In open
championships. P..th have boon over
tho course and each has given a good
account of himself A large gallery j
has followed this pair or unpaid per
formers. I
The first flight will get away early
The added starters will plr.y their.
I first 18 'hole riuallfylng round Tues
day afternoon starting after 4:40
; O ClOCk,
ANTWERP. Aug S (By The Asso
ciated Press ) Today saw the first
real warm weather In Antwerp for
weeks, but tho athletes had little
chance for practice In the stadium,
owing to the fact that the final Bel
gian trvoutn were being held.
This was Italian day In Antwerp. A
number of Piatt Adams' athletes
marched in parade.
Tho official entries announced for
the Velodrome Olympics Monday and
Tuesday show that the I nlted States.
Australia. Donmark, France. Great
Britain, Holland. Italy. Luxemburg.
Belgium and South Africa will furnish
competitors In the sprint events
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VNTWERP. Aug. 8 (By The As
sociated Press.i The American Olym
pic track team today had Its first
practice In the Olympic, stadium They
had witnessed the final tryouts of the
Belgians nnd so eager were they for
work that hardly had tho last event
concluded when they raced on thel
track and field, cheering. A large'
crowd at spectators appeared puzzled i
over their enthusiasm.
Bicvc lists practiced for Monday's
events They wore somewhat puzzled!
o"r the high banking of the track.
The Americans disembarked today
from the transport Princess Matoika1
and proceeded to the school house,
where thC3 will be quartered Satis-'
faction was expressed over their place
lot abode and much of the discontent i
which had prevailed on ship disap
peared A committee pronounced the!
food and kitchens an improvement
over accommodations on the trans
port. Coach Moaklov visited She stadium
and expressed pleasure with the aspect
of the infield. The track, however,
ho found slow and soft, due to heavy
ra I n s
The women's swimming team Is
quartered' In the Young Men's Chris
tian association hostess house. They
practiced today. ma!(ng a strong im
pression on the Belgian swimmers,
who said the;, swam like men. Male
swimmers practiced later and there
was a largo crowd to see Norman Ross
and Imke Kahanamoku perform.
The average rise and fall of (he
tide r t Pa nam li on I y I wo feet
Now Ain't That a Woman for Yuh? By Grover
AMD PUAy (U S .r
W. L. Pet
I Vernon 74 66 .f89
Salt Lake TO 55 . 560
Ios Angeles 61 63 .504;
Portland 61 60 .504
San Francisco 63 63 600
Seattle 60 65 .480
Oakland 59 7 1 .45 4
Sucramento 54 72 .429
Yesterday's Results,
Salt Lake 2. 0. Oakland 5, 2.
Los Angeles 2. Portland 3 (15 In
nings); second game Los Angeles 8,
Portland 4.
Seattle- 4. San Francisco 5. Seattle
2, San Francisco 1.
Sacramento 5, 3; Vernon 2, 6.
Bees Lose Double
Header to Oakland
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug 9 Oakland!
ifOD both ends of the Sunday double!
header from the Bees hy scores of 5 to
1 2 and 2 to 0 hero yesterday Buzz!
Arlett won the morning game by his:
rlever twirling and won the afternoon
;gr.mo with his stick work. The BSCS
v 111 open a w eek series at Salt Lake I
Tuesday with Sacramento. The scores:
First game . R H E.
Salt Lake 2 5 2
jUakland 5 8 3
Batteries: Stroud and Jenkins; R.
I Arlett and Dorman.
Second game R. If. F
Salt Lake 0 8 0
Oakland 210 11
I Batteries l ollop and Jenkins; Krc-
I mer ami m itzo
Seals Split Twin
Bill Witli Rainiers
SEATTLE, Aug 9 The Seals won
the first game of tho double card here
vstorda 5 to 4 and the locals won j
the second tilt 2 to 1 Both contests
wore decided 111 the final inning. J
Schorr outpltched Love In the serond
game. The score;
First game R. H. E 1
San Francisco 5 12 2!
Seattle 4 8 3
Batteries: McQuaid and Agnew.
Gardner and Baldwin.
Second game R H. E.
San Franc i3co 1 5 0'
Seattle . .. . 2 9 0!
Batteries: Lore and Agnew; Schorr,
and Adams.
Angels Win Final
Contest of Series
PORTLAND, Aug. 9 Portland took
the first game of tho twin bill hero
yesterday 3 to 2 in fifteen innings The
tsitors won the second game by a
score of 8 to 4. Keating and Suther
land twirled the entire fifteen frames
without being relieved. The scores:
First game R. H. E.
Los Angeles 2 14 3
Portland 3 15 0
Batteries. Keating and Lapan,
Sutherland nnd Koehler.
Second game R H. E.
Los Angele9 8 12 3
Portland 4 10 21
Batteries. Aldridee and Bassler, i
Brooks, Ross and Tobin
Senators Win Series
From Vernon Tigers
LOS NGELES. Aug 9 By taking 1
the first game of the double card here j
5 to 2 yesterday th.- Senators won the
series from th. Timers The Tigers
copped the second tilt 5 to 3. The
First game R. H. E.
I Sacramento 5 6 3
Vernon 2 9 01
Batteries- Mails. Fittery and Cady, j
j Schang; Dell and DeVormer.
I Second game R. H E.
I Sacramento 3 5 2
'Vernon 5 9 0
j Batteries: Penner and Schang;
Plercey, Shellenbach and DeVormer,,
siorx city, la . Aug 8 Vincent
Richards, national Junior indoor ten
nis champion of Yonkers. N. Y. won
tho singles championship of the Inter
state Iiwn Tennis association this af
ternoon at the Shore Acre Boat club
courts when ho defeated Clarence
Saunders of St Paul, in three straight
sets In the final match of the tourna
ment, 6-2' 6-4; 6-2.
Richards victory ended competition
between a field of sixty-four players,
representing seen states
STOCKHOLM Aug. 8. The All-St. 1
Louis association football team played I
a tie game with the Swedish Olympic
team today, each side making one!
BROOKLYN. To the masterful
pitching of Burloixh Grimes Is due In
large part the rise of the Robins. H
also leads the attack with his bat.
O cat 7A VCCr T. KIR& Y
When the American Olympians HH
sailed tho $200,000 fund necessary to
defray their expenses was about $25,
000 short. They left Gustavus Klrby.
head of the Olmpplc committee, at Kflj
home to gather In the shortage of
necessary "beans." Gus is proving tH
equal to the occasion. Klrby has al-
1. 1 l 1 1 1 i' ii'ioad in behalf J
Of the committee It was Gus who HsS
or.gagi ilhouse near Antwerp -WflE
which was fitted up into dormitories '
lo.- the Yanks while they are. In Bel- jfcfil
NEW YORK. Aug. 8 An upheaval
apparently Is due (n both major leagu
standings While tho Rrooklyn anJ
Cincinnati Nationals and the Cleveland
and New York Americans are losing,
the New York and Pittsburg Nationals HH
and Chicago Americans are proceeding HB
at a pace that promises a battle.
The Brooklyn Nationals held on the ssfl
first place today only by defeating
Pittsburg Cincinnati failed at the
bat In the Now York series, but took
three games from the tail-end Phlla-
delphlans. New i'ork regained third EH
place today by defeating Chicago Bos
ton is getting good pitching, but Is
handicapped by light batting. St. H
Louis w:is unable to turn its numerous iJ
hits into runs k I
in the American league, Cleveland V ,
was forced to call frequently on Covel- 9BQ
eskie and Bagby, but the Indians won C
only half of their games. Vtiw.
The Yankee sluggers could do little jr-V
against Chicago, dropping three games Vj
lout of four and were held even by Do- HB
Itroit. Chicago and Boston broke even MS
On the series, St. Louis went Into
I fourth pla e by outplaying Washing- B&i
ton after splitting four games with nig
I Philadelphia. HM
(By International News Service.)
BOSTON. Mass Are war brides tir- KJ
Ing of hero husbands?
This is the question tho sociologists
are asking while keeping an eye on
the Suffolk county suiitrlor court dl- sH
I vorco dockets, w hen- startling figures
'are arousing attention
j W hethcr it is war brides or hero HI
I husbands there Is one ray of light B
land hope. Although the divorco fig
ures are swelled to balloon size, the
marriage licenses have likewise regis- Jfcj
terod at high and are keeping fair
pai M I
1 or divorces the largest number I
ever recorded for a year in the super-
lor court was in 1919, when the high- P
water mark of 1.799 was reached Wti
Then, for the first six months of B
1920, 933 suits were entered H
By far the greater number of di-
vorces are granted to women, and far
the greater number of these are for H
desertion. 0 it would seem that if I
the war had entere.i into tho scheme I
of marriage and divorce, the hero of
the war la not doing his share of I
matrimonial duty'. . H
BAH JOSE, Calif Aug. S Hal
Chase attempted to pitch for the San
Jose club In the Mission Baseball
league; against Holllster and tho um
pire, acting upon orders of James J.
Nealon, league president, declared tho
game forfeited to tho Holllster club.
Nealon several flays ago barred Chase
from participation in games of fho
M-V JTORK ! It . 'Mmated that JL"j
Bi he Ruth's little stunt of hitting 1
homers will net the American league I
$400,000 In profits for 1920 Ho draws 1
equally as well on tho road as at I
home. 1
M son' s .1 ks.
j TOLEDO.- Frankle Mason has tak- f
r part-In 441 bouts: more than the
combine records of Wlllard. Dcmp
sey Ftilton, Brenncn and Carpentler
Reduced to time it makes nearly two
weeks spent in the rlpg.
More herring are eaten than anv
I other kind of fish. '
SAY POP Willie Got the Old Original Scratcher. By cTNlTayn
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