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CPORTIVELY PEAKING By A1 Monroe Hugo Eezcdekc, conducting th< s.-hool for coaches now in session a Penn State, says: "The first and mo importaut thing the coaches shoulr teach their athletes is good sports menship and clean athletics," Mr Bczedcck knows, he is not speakinp what he has been told, but what he ha; tried and found to he best. A striking example of his ability, and proof ol this advanced theory may he seen in the success oi the athl tes flying the colors of Penn State, and especially Larry Shields. Never before in the history of athletics lias an athleti given a bettor exhibition of iru sportsmanship than that demonstrated by Larrv during the Penn Relay Car nival. Shields accidentally tripped hi, closest rival in the miler as they were nearing the finish line, and instead of continuing to the end, topp d u waited for his man to regain his strid and take the lead, llarry finallv passed him however and finished well in the lead, lie was disqualified, but never thc-less the act et i tainly left no stain of unfairness on the part of tin great runner. Babe Ruth just one year ago was be ing hailed .. - ti, i-it . Mori than this hi was r< gar I. I a, the super man of swatdom, boasting an ability to whale the old apple out of th it _ uith inch i ousts tency and power that he was feared by all op p g twfrlcrs, some critics going so fa. i. !" say that titc Babe had no wt ■ >.s Ih-.n along conies the 'vorl'ka series, and as soon as it was ^ou.Je i rt.vn that Ruth v. t . par V 1 , number >.f four-ply swats the Babe 'vot ’d • egi trr. It seemed a -afe Met that tli■ Bambino would get ;.t h- t four :u the nine game elas-ic But ag., n hi u proved s superiority r,. r brawn. w!i-:i John McfirSw, the ma ter mind ot the Giants, handled hi. pitohers sosuperbly that the Babe and hi. hard-hitting nia'es were liclple-; he : • tlv ir hurling. Now Ruth not only iaded to get the four homers that fan- and critics figured him to get, but th'1 one he registered was a g.it purely and simple, through the generosity' of Shuffling Phil Dotigla*. It IS rumored that Mayc “Ink” Wd Haios, former Brown football star, who Pcr; >fmed tor Hammond last season in such stellar fashion that lie became the talk of local circles, may play with Bill Bottom » south side stars next season. Personally vc arc in great sympathy with Mr Bottom's cflV and would like to see him prod .„c a winning co:nb1tTauV>fi. Now there is ce.no denying the t. » that Ink would ht in n.rely with the -.tars, hut we do not altogether favor the idea Our unreadiness is this: It is an In ev table fact that f" do not support race teams ns thev should, thus making it difficult for men of Williams* calibre to realize their true value, again we do not Believe the time i- ripe for our repre - ntatives to withdraw from the held . the leaders, and the passing of Wil • and Pollard would eertainl. mean ; .at w< were no longer repre sented. It has been proven that oner gone, easily forgotten. So my advice to Williams is wait until someone comes to take your place. So says AI We read with pleasure that Marty Wilts has been outgeneraled by tin Den ; >'y management, coming from a ern p.,pi r makes it even B Tjtra’.’fyit • It i- certainly no news to us lor we aid in these columns before the "Articles” were signed that it meant signing Marry off of Dempsey, and not, as most people thought, sign ing the two men to battle. Mullins is either not smart enough to handle Wills, or he is unlit, because he docs not favor the rise of his protege, we know not which. But regardless, our suggestion to Harry is: Investigate the length of your contract with Paddy, and at the same time look carefully through the list of his probable sue cessor. So wwatch jour step, Harry there is no denying the fact that the Champ has decisively beaten you in the first round. Says Al. Cubans Shut Out Watches A muffed by getting in two runs, won for the Cubans against Illinois Watches of Springfield, in a twiligh game at I^ott Field Monday. I lu blunder came in the first inning an the Cubans trotted away with a pitch ing duel between Rush and Pedro > 2 to 0. Score: CUBANS Ab R H C K Sierra, 3b. 4 u il 6 Rios, 3b .. 4 1 2 1 1 Draque, cl . . . 4 1 2 1 Tedroio, p . 3 it 1 -i Villa, cf . 4 0 n 2 It Rodri'er, c. 4 0 0 8 b Morin, tb .. 3 0 0 9 i Ryai, ss . 3 0 1 3 U Guerra, If . 3 0 0 3 li 33 2 3 37 1 WATCHES Ab R It C E rtee. *s . 4 It It 4 I, jfruska, c . 4 0 ft 14 1 Sheldon Mi . 4 0 2 2 0 Wurlff#* . 4 0 2 2 l; Totten, of . 4 0 0 0 0 ( lark, If . 4 0 0 0 U English, lb . 4 0 3 10 ll Russell, rf . 4 0 2 1 (j Kusb, p . 3 *1 0 3 0 35 0 9 36 1 Cubans ....•*••«• •••• *2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0— Watches .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0—u Tvwvbase hits—Draque. Sheldon, Russell. Stm-'1 nut—Rush, 12; J'edroso, 8. Rases on halls—Hush, 1; i'cdroso, 1. Umpires—Broad end .Moore. * , —-j Jim Brown i wnmwwc ^ um*m , m Ltcv.h League's Prem ia Catcher It li.i !., ■:< a habit with fan for onic time out at Schorlings Park to upon “Brown and Brown'' as !thc batteries to represent us in the ■' htc t and most important games. , ‘t was generally ronreded however I that it v i through the pitching of Dave Brown that this condition ex : *tcd, but one only has to take a sligh* | glance at the comparative few error* land passed balls credited against tin | record of Big Jim Brown on the re ceiving i nd of thi* pair to know that I both men were well deserving of the ! honors heaped upon them by the fans. Brown, hr-idcs being a great receiver, s one of the hardest hitters in the National League, besides having prob ably the mo t perfect throwing arms :n the btton -s. Jim is a player of the prob ibly no : player in tl ■ game has ns few argu ments with the arbiters as the hard i hitting catcher. Marseilles. Prance, Aug. 27.—“Batt ling" Siki, the cl.amp who is matched to mee* Georges Carpcnticr, liglit hen*./weight champ, in September, won a victory over Harry Reeves by a knockout in the sixteenth round here tonight. Reev > had little chance after the first five rounds which were about even. In the beginning of the 6th round Siki delivered several blows to the face and head that made Reeves dizzy and alter this the latter was on the defensive every minute of the way. [Siki * bowed remnrhah! cleverness in l • -rapii|g Reeves from lauding any of I'5"- numerous hard blow* directed for !! •* head and stomach. If Siki can put i up this kind of a battle against Car jpentier it i* not altogether unlikely tlmt we may have a new king of ! fHit-hcavys crowned. Covington, Ky., Aug. 2f>.— It took jti it one round and si.'< second* of lighting for Jam.ua Kill to deliver the old finisher to Tiger Flower, in their scheduled ten round figilt here tonight. The Kid was i.i superb condition and from the landing oi the first Mow it became evident that "TigcrJ had se lected the wrong man as an loponent. Squares Beat Clevelan I After trailing 4 to 2 until the last half of the ninth last Thursday Logan Square staged a rally lor three runs to win their game with Cleveland Stars, 5 to 4. Knybel singled, Sunday doubled, Cantwell’s infield out scored Knybel, and Sunday tallied to tic the score when Met lure heaved one past the catcher. Then Collins singled, stole second, and scored while Johnson was mu.'ing up Buddy Allen's liner. Score: Star, .mo 011 1 f,0 - —♦ 12 2 L»*an, .Ot'2 002 00*—S 9 0 naileries—Ryan and Walsh; Howard, Me r» and B irnc* _ _ Giants Beat Cuban Stars Two Games Schorlings Park, Sunday Afternoon. _Our American Giants get sweet re venge for their double trouncing at the hands of the Stars from the Isle of Cuba in their recent two game set-to on the local grounds, Sunday after noon before a large crowd. Our clan bad their batting togs on and al though Messrs. Beckwith and Torri onti, sluggers a-la-King, were not in the contests, the old boys kept up a mighty rumbling with their war clubs ami when the sound cleared away we had packed away a pair of lopsidi d frays. The final scores were: first i game, Our boys, ten; Cubans, pair. , Second-game; Our boys, Aitc; Island ers, a couple. Sir Richard Whitworth was Rube’s selection for flinging duties in the in- l itial fray, and he was oppo-cd by Boda, j the Giant Killer, who lasted until the | 4th, when a downpour of hits eon- i vinced the Stars management that the j showering showes v re lKe shelter Sir ( Boada should seek. Whitworth, our representative, was ii:\:n iblc after n near disastrous start. Rich started off badly by passing Siern, Rios bunted and was safe. Drake hit to Beckwith j land all hands were safe on Beck's; | error. Whit then drew himself to- , i gether and came out of Hie hole in 1 1 great style. Pedrosa hit to Whit who ; tossed to Brown and the latter i whipped the pill to Grant, completing a double play and keeping u . on even | terms for a while, as tin- rc-t were lease. Villa walked. Williams then I tossed out Rodri’que. Oh, you Whit. Giants Even Count I The Giants evened the count in their jna'r on Rio-' error. Sacrifices by I Lyons and DcMos:-, and Jim Brown double. The 1 two Cuban runs ended the activities of the Islanders for a j ' , while, hut our boys went out in the j very next frame and put the lead game ■ away on ice and entirely out of danger, j, Beckwith singled to center. Ree c tripled to deco right center, scoring | Beckwith. Grant fouled to Morin. Whitworth 1 ot a single to ri ' t, >r ing Ree-e. Gardner heat out a hit to! short, Lyons singled and Whitworth registered. Dc.Moss doubled, scoring Gardner. Brown singled, scoring I DcMoss and Lyons. Williams whiffed, | Brawn taking second. Beckwith sin- j j clod for his second of the inning,: registcrinr: Brown. Reese flied out to I ’ I Drake. Whew, seven runs, a ball 'j game, and nothing tor tin hostilcs but j ] ja free shower for Boada. Ancrncr ler uuuu mcusmc Our youngster (attention. Mr. j1 [Whitworth) added another in their half of the sixth, as a means of keen-j | mg in practice, bringing the total itj> ten, on Lyon’s single that Drake al- i i lowed to etude him for a triple, and ' DeMoss’ single. The Islanders got another in tiie ninth, hut why waste I the ink? Second Also a Farce , The second game ..1 vs Padrone. | i Foster's Cuban twirlcr, on the hill top j (and as is customary, Padrone was .'master of the s'tuation all the way. , IF: started od badly, -is did Whit-i i worth, la- walking the first tw > men to 1 face him, but the best they could do 1 with two singles added to this one bad frame was v register one run. Pa i drone is a great (linger, with head ; work that ri-.als Ike best in the game. |Th* Giant . got t mr r. in their halt I of the first and with Padrone pitching the kind of ball that he is capable oi j twirling, _thu Cubans were helpless, j Score; GIAN i s A U R It c I. T yons, c f . . ■ • • 1 3 4 u . . lic.M-.-s 2b .4 2 3 2 1 I Brown, c . 5 2 2 10 0 Williams . 5 0 3 2 1 B ■ w.tli. - I .4 1 3 3 1 , Rre«r, If .3 114 0 Grant, tjb . 4 0 0 ft " Wlntwortli. p . . 3 1 1 5 0 Gardner, ri ...... 3 1 2 0 0 35 10 16 38 3 CUBANS AB R H C E Sierra. 2b . 5 1 0 6 0 Rios 3b . 1 1 3 3 1 Drake. cf . 5 114 1 Pedrosa. If . 4 0 0 1 1 Villa, rf . I 1 0 1 0 ' K ‘ . 4 0 17 0 Honda, p . .... 2 •i 1 0 0 . I. K'.-i -s p . 2 ii 0 0 0 i ‘Morin, lb . 3 0 0 7 0 ; Riga, 55 ... 3 0 0 6 0 36 3 6 35 3 Giants .002 701 nn*_in Cubans .002 < 00 0 )!— J R.-r i. Struck o-p Honda. 2; R'drijpie*. 2; Whitworth, 7. B i-< "ii br.ll> Whitworth, 6. SECOND GAME Giants ..401 ?!*-8 !? 2 1 Unbar. .100 001 -2 4 6 Batteries—Podrone and Brown; Silva and ! Morin. f ) 4UFM* () c ) <EBcCB* < > T1™*• () «®EK«*> <) C) 'nuRSfa^ () vK&aSW '. j The Word ICE CREAPl Means Nothing | X Unless You Ask for a 9 CHAPELL’S Ice Cream is made from Pure Pasteurized | C Cream and once you eat CHAPELL’S Ice Cream, you C ■ will readily understand its great popularity. V If you wont the Richest, Smoothest ICE CREAM, get ▼ | CHAPELL’S | j ICE CREAM i And | CHAPELL’S I I ICES j |w Made from Fruit and are Delicious * There Is a CHAPELL Dealer in Your Neighborhood | X DEALERS:—If you want to handle the Richest, A i Smoothest Ice Cream—the one that Repeats and_Builds q! 9 Business—Call Humboldt 8320, or Normal 1255. * i !!■■■■■ ■! ii • ■ —l n irimnMM n i ■ in ri M irTi Cl iMMlfli H I FOSTERS MAKE FIVE SCORES I TWO HITS Guy Hoffman pitched and lost his econd two hit game within four days vhen the American Giants beat the ’yotts, 5 to 2, at Pyott field Thursday, i'hrec boots by his mates, two walks nd his own lapse when he failed to over home in the sixth, cost the ver lict. Score: GIANTS .von?, If ... 3 1 0 1 0 AB R H C K JfMoss, 2b . 3 2 a 8 ft Frown, c . 3 V: I hams ss . 3 1 1 i . 4 0 f‘ J 0 j rt ............4 ft 1 3 ft irant, lb ...... 3 0 0 7 0 bit*, p . 3 0 0 2 ft iar-lmr. cf . 3 0 U 2 O' 28 5 2 37 0 PIOTTS AB R II C I. Flank, 3b. 4 ft i 6 ft | rtt. tf . 4 0 0 2ft ‘arniti. 2b .4 ft 0 4 1 tuulur. If . 4 ft 1 1 ft )t!vi , rf . 2 0 1 4 ■. amV/un. ss ............. 4 1 0 4 ft* >ubv. ..3 1 1 11 ! pfi’.n by. c .1 0 1 6 1 .! 0 11 1 ft Fax ter, p . 0 0 0 0 ft 30 2 5 3 ft 3 Hants .2O0 102 000—3 | •yotts .COO 000 020—2 ! Detroit and Cleveland Divide Fair Detroit Stars and the Tates of Cleveland each won a game of a ! uble-hcader Sunday at -Mack I’ark. Cleveland took the first, 5 to ,1, and Jetroit the second, 7 to .1. Force held he Ohio team to three hits in the ccond fray, FI It ST GAME ',ir, .non 2oi on—5 9 .! Jetroit . , .000 002 100—3 10 2 Batteries—Branham and Barnes; Holland nd Pvt way. SECOND GAME CLEVELAND AB H A A .eonard, ct' . ..4 0 1 0 lenderson, rf .. 3 1 0 0 • ohn >n, Th . 3 t 3 5 j avlnr. -'Ii .. 3 0 1 2 loyd. It . 2010 lonner, lb . 3 1 12 hrnes. c .. 3 0 3 3 !. !■:. ss . 3 0 3 0 ohnstmj, p . ..... 3 0 0 4 ! toward, p .. 0 0 0 0 Totals .27 1 24 12 DETROIT STARS AB H A A .me. 3b . 4 2 1 0 Varfield, 2b . 3 0 1 1 VVsJcy, lb .. 4 1 7 0; It mris. cf . 4 2 3 0 I uuitii, If . 4 1 4 0 i ones, rf .. 3 o 2 0 i 11sesfin as .. .. 1 0 ' 0 t'illiams, c . 2 " 4 orcc, p......3 0 0 4 Totals . 30 6 27 6 Icvclflnd .000 200 100—3 i Jetroit ..100 101 40*—7 . };ants Batting Average (at heme) for May and June At Bit Hits Pet. .yons, If . 70 IS .2l7 JeMoss, 2b .. 56 IS .321 . I»t own, c. 41 iardnr r. rf .. 60 I l .I S; arrirnti. cf . 40 22 Jixon. c . 22 6 .2, a leekwith, 3b.. 40 10 ,2->n Villiatns, ss . 53 13 •eofge, ss . * 0 -0 11 irant, lb . ’’ 10 .276 terse, utility . 2' 0 .000 dnrlarcher, 3b .. 17 1 ;; ' \ 1; it a Orth, p . 10 4 Lite, p . 13 0 -4"u frown, r . 17 1 .njo ’.vlroen, p.. H Jwens, p . 3 0 .000 «-W.YAV.W.WiV.V.mW. New York, Aug. 31.—Harry Wills, [ chief challenger for Jack Dempsey's! crown, and Tut Jackson, of Washing ton Court House, Ohio, signed articles here tonight to do battle at Ebbcrt’s field, Brooklyn, Aug. 29. Jackson has been hot on the trail of Wills for some time, but owing to the tact that Mul lins, Wills’ manager, has been so busy signing that ridiculous article with Kearns, it had to he put off until this time. This should he an interesting fight, as both battlers are anxious to gain the prestige that is sure to go with victory over the other. Jackson until a short time ago was practically unheard of, however the way that he has been knocking them over lately having to his credit something like forty straight knockouts, makes fans wonder as to his chances with Wills. Dixie Judge in Usual Role MEMPHIS, Tenn.. Aug. S.—Two black men, Fred Patton and Joe Smith, charged with disorderly con duct were hailed before Louis Fitz hugh, judge of the city court here. According to the men a hunch of poor white hoys with their pockets fillcdw ith stones began hurling them at the men as they drove past them on a truck. At this juncture the m-n reached for a crowbar on their truck for self-protection, it was then that the movie coppers interferred. The judge asked the black men why they tried to strike the boys with the bar, and when .old of their intentions, said: “I’ll tough you 'niggers’ to think you own the streets," and there upon fined each ?2S,00. --I Decayed and diseased teeth cause serious trouble Scientist attributes the untimely death of Theodore Roosevelt to affected teeth. Decayed teeth cause rheumatism, neuralgia, appendiciis and stomach disorders. Alveolar abscesses are always due to decayed teeth. The fear of pain causes many people to shrink from dental treat ment and extractions. Nitrous Oxide (gas) scientific ally used enables inn to perform the operation of extraction with out pain or discomfiture. If your teeth need attention consult Dr. D. D. FOOFE Extraction Specialist 3S02 S. STATE STREET Phone Boul 7864 Come with an empty stomach to avoid nausea. < Mm'Mmmmmmumam :j Phone [I wrnrnmm j £ Kenwocd c r* f‘ 4^0 • OUR NEW HOME I i EKNEST WILLIAMSON I $ DNDERTAKiiR [ ’ Hay Light Chapel, Capacity 200, Outside Ventilation « ; Organ and Organist Free I am as near as your telephone . Distance inmaterial. Consult me * 1 I give service at a reasonable price I save you worry, time and money , 5123 South State Street, CHICAGO ‘ | Malarchar Dave Malarchia Third Baseman David Malarchia, Giant third sackcr, who has been out of the game for sev eral weeks through accidents in a game with Kansas City early in the season, has recovered and is now playing a great game at third rnd second, playing in the places of De Moss and Beckwith. Malarchia is one of those players whose playing never sparkles because of the way lie han dles his chances, always playing in his usual safe manner and handling the hardest of chances in a way that they look easy, he probably has fewer er rors than any player in the game, is a dangerous hitter in the pinch, and a good base runner. David would in all probability make some of the other ciuos a pennant contender, especially Kansas City, who is in need of a de pendable third sackcr. However. Davey is too valuable a utility man for us to think of discussing his going to another club. Read the Whip for Sport Neivs mm.—zrr- --- e.vJTTat.' 1'Watw; r.|Tf, .y.y TVU ' t 111 'J.W The American Giants now resting comfortably in first place in the stand ings of the Negro National League, will enjoy a short breathing spell. Sunday afternoon they tackle the Pontiac club, in an exhibition contest. It wilt not be a rest so far as actual playing is concerned, for we doubt if there arc many teams representing the National circuit that outclass the Pon tiac bunch, but it is a rest in that there are no usual four games follow ing the content as in most cases of the regular schedule. The Pontiac club has not played at Schorlings held this Mason, hut it is rumored that several of their players have and that these players are coming boasting the fact that they know Rube’s strong points as veil as his weaknesses. Perhaps so, but it is going to be a great battle. Big Dave Davenport, former Ameri can League twirler, will do the Hing ing for the visitors. Davenport is going great now. havng won his last three times out, allowing eight hits in tin three games, hut if the old boy can kohl onr Giants down like that Sunday •! be ready to offer his transpor tation back to St. I.ouis. Foster will probably n o Dave Brown to face the former St. Louis star. Torrienti was out of Sunday's game, but will be in all probability he in there Sunday. DcMo ■■ has recovered from the slight accident to his finger and will lie seen at his usual post. Lineup: ___________________ - ^ Played Won Lost Prt. Am. Giant-. 4-> 31 15 6/4 Indianai'Olis . 49 32 17 652 Kansas City . M 30 21 5S8 Detroit . 4S 27 21 562 1 itt-liuriih . 3a 16 19 457 Cuban Stars. 37 16 21 432 St. Louis . 27 1 1 16 407 Cleveland . 40 15 25 375 1 50.CO to $1CO.C0 per Month Rent O , $1.00 per Week makes you joint owner f 12 Flat Apartment Building at half the • price you are paying now for rent. 7%7 Live ‘n a Poorly Lighted and Heated Flat Iffi? W When $1.C0 per Week makes it possible to live f j V * L II M. comfortably in a steam-heated, electric-lighted • J modern apartment in the best neighborhood. 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