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TrTE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIME! Babe Ruth Hits Two More Circuit Drives, Making Forty-One Homers' Total G v l AHKEES KNOCK QUIHH FROM BOX League Standing Neu York Aain in Form After Poor Showing at Chicago. .inrrlan l-iu. V. Kid McCoy as Quite a Trickster Hi u r.i r.r Ast"" ;.it' Pr-- ; drtroit. M.'-f. . Aug. $. Rab-: Ruth, hom- run champion. ..!'!"' Iwit more edr-uit Mows tr h?s s'rincr. n The h'f.u;ul game r.f th- Tiger V.ink. series here, Friday, bringing i his total for th f"avm to forty-' n . New York won. 11 to 7. 'u.nn was hit hard and rf niovfl ; ri favor of Mogridg in the third. S-or: Neu York A H. II. H. O. A.; Ward. 3 b :! 1 3 2 "' rv, kinpaugh. s ." 3 3 1 : ( Ruth, rf 4 3 2 1 "i Pratt. 2h 3 1 ' 1 ; I a win, If .'. 1 1 .1 n ; I'ipp. lb ' " n 1- " i Rodi. cf I n 1 2 1 I Ruel, r i 1 2 4 1 uinn. p 1 0 0 0 1 Mogridg', d ... 2 1 0 l 1 Touts 3 1 1 12 27 ll! iH-trtdt AR. It. II. ). A f Vounjr. 2b .... 4 o 2 3 lories. 3 b 4 1 1 t p, Hale, 3b 1 0 0 0 o Cobb, cf 3 1 1 2 n j Wach, If 4 0 1 2 o! He ilmann. lb. . 4 . 2 s 1 Shorten, rf . . . . 1 A o l n ! ITagstead. rf 4 1 1 3 oj Pine 111, .' 2 2 4 2 j Stanage. c .... 4 1 2 4 n j Dhum, p 1 1 1 n 31 Oldham, p .... 1 ft o o 1 i Totals 38 7 13 27 IG I f !?. l.-v.-! r, 1 '; "l .. .. 1 ,r'K sr. r. ''.'.- . ,i- !. Mi ' t . 4 l;...r..-. H I. rr-1f Ti l! i-I.-'j.'-.i.-i -l 72 Isatlori.il l.rnKU. f .,r. W. L. r.r '! ii ' C! ). lutl.l 1 1 M v.u- V.r j Pit f?. furs "1 J3 Iii'rtk'o I '. " r i ?. 4- St I. . C. . J'ldbi'i-iphU 'S Ani'Mian A lutln flub W. I.. sr. p.iii 7:; y. Min poll I .V. 'M In. it ni;i'i!U rt ."1 Toi-!,- r.t Mi!u;iuV't .V. .".1 I.oii'4!!V ."1 ."I 'oluni!j '"'' Kama,. (Mty r-t. .w".7 .US I fl M . r.-o IT 4 .Ml .r.nl I'.t. ..;: ..v:: ...u ..":: l . -7 . Vi Prt. .0 I Latter, "tovj&mt it nv: "tvc Kip- tVlNG CFFCCT WMCK.EA5--. 5rd. Uatfd for Jon- In 8th IlatUMl for Shorten In Nw York 401 01 f 000 11 Uftroit 220 (00 030 7 Krrors Hcllmann. rinrl!!. Two base hits Standee 2. Pecklnpauk'h. Veach. BodJ, Younjr. Three-laM ha Lerrl3, llellmann. Jlomo runs Jluth. 2. Lt.-ft on bnsts Detroit. ?; New York 6. Hasos on balls Off Daus.i, 6; off Quinn, 2; off Mo Kridire. 3; off Oldham. 2. Hlta off Quinn. 5 in 2 innings; off Mo Kril?e, 8 in 7 Innings; off Dau.w. 10 in 7 Innings: off Oldham, none In innings. htrurk out Hy Dauns, 3; by :.IocfMi?p, 1. Winning pltch- t Quinn. Loair.g pitrhf-r Daufs. Umpires Dlnren and Owens. Time 2:07. KKsn.TK KSTF.lt! A Y. Amrlran I.ntgu. rtostnn .": rhi-ao 4. (in irinln?-. I'hll:i'!-lj.hlH 2: rirvr-l.-md 1. .sw York 11 ; Detroit 7. Valdnston 7; St. Lml 11. National Iuju rinrlnnitl K; i'hllidflphla 2. l'lf f shur-HmoM vn Mvrt grounds. rhi,-;i2o 2 2; NVw York r f. St. Iul .'t; I'.OBton 7. American A lt Ion. M'.lwauki--CohiTnbus Irnlii). Kanpas "ity 4; IoijsvllU 1. MlniiTipili 4; Indianapolis 7. St. Paul !; Toledo 1. International Lugrue. Toronto ID; It.ilttmor 1. r.titTalo 2 5; Heading Akron ?; Syracuse 4. Southern AodMn. Atlanta 2; ("li:ittanK 1. New (rle.int 4; Memphis 12. I'dnnlnclirini 1; Idttle Kork 10. Mutdlr 2; .Vihri!le ( Three-1 Inii. Terr Haute 1; J; (. Odar Ka;ddi 3; 10; 2. Terro Haute 4; 1. Odar Hapld 2; 5; 1. (7 Innlnps.) Hlooiidnirfon 5; rt; 1. Mnlln 4; 0: 1. Kvannville 1; 5; i.'. Hook Island 4; 7; Prla 6; T; 0. Hnrkford 2; S; 3. QAM KS TODAY. Amerlrnn lmiu ' Waphlrifrton at St. Louis. Philadelphia at Cleveland. New York at Detroit. Il 3t')n at Chlatro. National Lrftfu. P!ttT)ur? at lirooklvn. MiKlnnatl nt ridl;jde!;hla f2 sme.) rhl-ap:o at New York. St. Louis nt lioston. ATHLETICS WIN FROM SPEAKER'S INDIANS GIANTS WIN TWIN I BILL FROM CUBS t'LCVKLANT), O.. PhiladolpbU (lefrated tri innings Friday 2 Hie winning run n a ci!".h- n,,!a. W. I 1,, rf Dyk. Lb . Walker. !'. Walkor. I 'u Kan. Cb Shannon, ! ' rkins. c a sarrit.c. by by I'erklrm Aug:. 6. f'Irveland in to 1. scoring a sim,rlt- tv Shannon and Alexander Lasts Onlv Four Frames Against Me Graw's Sludgers. cf. : rii in. i: il-'.imll, p , Kc.-f,., p .... Ki:,'eo. T ... Tr-lal. .... x Hatted for Irvdand j2r'.ifson. If . 'hapman, Sf.ea'itr. cf . Smith, rf . . . Jirdnr. 3b . "W a mrn's. 2 Johnston, lb O'Xeiil, c ... f'oveleski, p Jrnnry, z AH. 0 1 Score; n. H. O A. 113 0 o o 2 o l r, o 0 ft 4 ii 112'! ' i o :: . 2 1 0 ii i 2 1 0 " 1 4 0 1 1 0 0 i"i 2 30 13 Tell in : t h . II. H. (). A. o 4 n o 4 n 4 t . n o o 0 1 o 0 0 ( 0 1 t) 0 0 o 1 t'l II 1 ft 0 4 1 1 1 4 l:: o 0 Hy A?so-latei Press: Ni:Y YORK, Aug. fi.-New York Avon both ports of p uouble hratler from Chitatro Friday, taking the first K'inu' 3 to 2 and tho second 6 to 2. llcnton and Douglas held th t'tilis? ?af- in their rosprctive pamo. Alexander lasted only four inninpsj in th" Jlrt came, and Tylfr "retired in th" second afttr six inninprs. AM. K. H. O. A. .30110 . 4 0 . 4 ft . 3 1 . 4 1 , 4 ft . 4 ft . 4 0 . ft ft . 1 0 , 0 o . 1 0 . ft 0 . 1 0 Chirac:' Flack, rf ., Herzog. 2 b . Terry, m . Merlde. Jb . Haskcrt. rf Deal. 3b . . . Fribor;:. If Killefrr. c Alexander, r Daly .... i'arter. p . , Hondrix Hal lev. p . OFarrell H. 1 n 0 1 ft n o l o 1 0 0 0 a O. 1 1 4 lft 1 1 SvV ,3X (fw r A &xc- ( j f tmc' hcactto -x 4 rrrN f "l V Hit" HiM-Hr J -r- fcvjT . wc ooT wamT" J icATii. i"ir: ) j- 1ST? rrr m ir) i i ui, . ft B L J ! i'TT" AV7 W 1 LON M'DONNALD WINS TWO EVENTS Takes Majority of Races at Closing Day of Fort Miami Races. If LOCKED -röoOFT. Te(C wirsric WHITENCO Mir FaF WiTM r3W- lC O 4 a ft n ft ft o 0 a o 1 ft 0 1 0 o 0 HY KI) III I LS When all Is said and dom most td timers will aijrce that 1'id Mc Coy, PtruqrKUnr against physical dis advantages, made a rocord second only to FitzMr.imons ainongst thco luckier victims cf nature's caprices. Fltz, while Mill a middleweight aci ually won the world's heav-vciKnt crown from Corbett. Hut Hob owned the conformation of a heavy woifht above the belt even though tic carritd only a middle weight's livplacenient. McCoy wasn't a consistent win ner, but ho wait consistently crafty and danKA-rous. The trick? tho sneering "Kid" conceived many of the crueltst leKcr1ption to vanquish a foe are almost without number. No boxer has ever come near equal ing the ' Kid" in this respect. For McCoy commenced his neat strat aqrems with his first important en counter and never ceased his trickery until the last sronsr of his remarkable fighting career. Sion of CTcrjrymnn. That flrt important encounter was back in I5. Jack Wilkes was then aexdalmed the middleweight champion of the pouthwost ur.A quite well known. When Wilkes was iffered a bout with the unknown McCoy, the son of an Kpic.opal clergyman, he Jumied at the chance. Fasy money, of course. The easy money impression deep enei In Wilkes' brain when he first saw MeCov in Ids corner. "I haven't the heart to hit moaned Jack to his handlers, 'con' has jrot that fellow. If him I'lii. likely to break every in hi.s body." Wilkes was in earnest, too. Only the urging him." ! "The i hit; bone ' dead of his I l seconds trot him to u-o out alter tin tallow-faced Kid. McCoy, let it b-' explained, purposely whitened his face with powder befonr leaving his , dressing room in order to lend a! wan and sickly appearance. When ! the bell rany McCoy forced hiy knee i to knock, simulating great fear, i a,r.d went on tho defensive. Les Shake. Wilkes took in tho timorous at titude, the shaking- legs and quiv veriim; lips and planned a hasty ter mination of the sad spectacle for thj next round. The termination arrived as p. r round planned, but not as planned. The now agile Kid came out with a bound and whirled Wilkes to thu rcpes. Wilkes figured it as a "dy ing effort." Hut when McCoy con tinued, Wilkc? bo? an to g-uess some- tmng eife. He clidn t have long to i guess, however. A curving "cork- j .-crew" to the point of the chin knocked him senseless. j What happened?" Wilkes asked.' wnen he came to. "McCoy put you out." was the answer. "What, the white-faced cripple-." queried Wilkes disgustedly. RAISE OFFER ON YANKEE CONTEST, ! 2:15 $120(: Charles Gates Sends Letter to The no-ton t t tt t i Northern .mr. liuggins urjrmj: lm- r.r Associated es: T'Id;io, O.. Aug. fi.-I.n Mr- ji'onaic, ino nuianapons tiriver. en joyed a field day at the Kort Miami I track on getaway day. Friday, win- r.ing two out of the three events in j dosing card. McDonald headed j :hc list in the L':(i trot wdth F.aron Marantic ar.d the L':'J0 trot with Dottir Day. liiren Ceg;int'e. skilfully handled. . tured The Steadman swe'p-take :"ro;n the favorite Fett r Cob y which i.iatb b.id breaks in the first two heat and then was out-trotted in the final mile while Don De Lopez wa.s piloted out ii front by Fop 'leers. With hlg'i class performers in the rare, the finishes were close while th- 4lme was the three fastest he.ts trotted this season. The Boston Man won his first race, of the year when W. Fleming rame through wdth him in the 2:15 pace. Boniquo came through at the wire in the third heat and won. Most of the horses were shipped thH morning to North Kandall track, where they race next week and the rest left t arly tonight maries: : 2:20 trot. three heats. J1 200. Dottie Day, b m. by Morgan Axworthy. (McDonald) ... Baroness Hanover. s m. Manrico (Fleming) ... Harry Chapman, b g, Feter Mac. ( Stokes) . Miss Flare Mae, blk m, Warner Hall (leers) . The Fattern Maker, b g. Hernie Holt (Hr.kine) ... Virginia and Viola Watts started. Time 2:10 U; 2:10U; CSU. L! : OG trot, the Steadman, three heats, value $1.975. l?;tron Cegantle, 1 h, by Ccg- antle. (McDonald) 1 1 1 Don De Lopez, blk g. by Kin ney De lopez, (Geers) ... 2 Charlie Ilex, b g. by Recrea tion. (Murnhv) 5 ! Hollyrood. Kate, ro m, by Joe j Dodge. (Dodge) 3 ! Feter Coley. b g, by Feter the Great, (Valentine) 4 , ' The Toddler also started. I Ttnu 2:03;; 2:044; 2:04',i- heats, purse SECOND ROUND OF SINGERS HAYEBIG CLASS A STARTS; CONTEST SUNDAY Five Industrial League Team to Perform in This After noon's Games. Io Meet Winton Six Airsrea tion Here- -Many Old Timer? to Plav. ( LASS A GAM1. Oliers vs. Studibakeis. Carter fteld. ;i'u( ! s. Dodkre, Sincr park. C LSST Jl GAM1. O'Brien .-. Cutters, Studebakcr Iark. Lathe Wi rlts vs. Bell Telephone. Le p r park. Wllnm Brothers s. Woolen 'A'olks, J. I. olher'. 1 a J-r. ' d t C.e 1 h :er t i: fo,- the J: Sum- purse by by by by 4 6 3 also pace, three Man, mediate Acceptance. In an effort to be Yanks playing here. He . Gatts. Ph head of the sure of the ii dance insiruci.gr aim committee to get New b h. ( V by The Flem- Count Boni. by Grattan 13 Totals 3 3 1 4 3 0 Batted for Covtleskie in tth Fhiladelphi a. . . . 00 0 Ooe. oni 1 2 I'leveland uOO 010 0l0 ft 1 Two bast hits Smith. SirriticM -Gardner 2; Shannon. Frrors Dykes. Chapman. Doulde plays O'Nein and Jfhrslon. Left on bas.s Philadelphia 3; Cleveland Baes on ball. off Rommel! 2. Hits off Romrnell, 3 in S; off Keefe, 1 in 2. Hit by pitcher by Coele klo (Fn-kes) S'truck out by Keefo 1. Coveleskio 5. Wir.ning pitcher Kefe. I'mpir.o Chill. Frit 1 ami Morisrity. Time 1:30. Totals 3 3 2 6 2 4 Batted for Alexander In Tth. Batted for Carter in 8th. Batted for Bailev In rth. POOR FIELDING WINS FOR MORAN'S OUTFIT DICK KERR KINS OJT'N GAME FOR RED SOX New York AB. R. II. O. A. Burns, If 3 1 2 3 o B mrrofr. ss . . . 4 ft 0 4 11 Yourg. rf 2 2 ft 0 ft Frisch, 3b .... 4 0 n n j Kelly, lb 4 1 2 13 ft Spencer, cf . . . 4 1 ft 2 0 Doyle. 2b 3 0 1 3 3 Smith, c 0 0 0 0 0 Snyder, c 3 0 i o 1 Ben '.on. p 3 0 0 0 1 Totals 3ft 3 fi 27 17 F h i ea g On 0 0ft ft ft02 2 New York 203 0 0 0 oft .") Two-base, hit Killefer. Three- CinCAOO, Aug. H. Dick K'.rr won his own game Friday when Chicago defeated Boston, 4 to 3. in 10 innings. Williams, who had started for Chicago did not permit a visiter t reach first bae for six inning, but he weakened, in the sev enth and eighth. John FolLir.s opened tht tenth with a single and stole econd. The next two men went out but Kerr Mnplcd to 1, ft. giving the locals the game. Score: :ert. base hit Doyle. Frrors Fas'. B.mcrott. Double play Doyle to Bancroft to Kelly. Left on bases Chicago. 7; New York, 4. Rases on balls Off Alexander. 3: off Ben ton. 3. lilts Off Alexander, ü In 4 innings: off Carter, none in 3 in nir.u's. off Bailey, none in 1 inning. Stru. k out By Alexander. 1; by Carter. !; by Bailey. 1. Losing pitcher Alexander. Fmpire Kb-in and Fmspe. Time 1:33. IJ y Associated I'rpss: PK1LDHLPI1IA. Aug. 6. Poor fielding due to weather conaitioni played a large part in Cincinnati's S to 2 ictory over Philadelphia Fri day The locals committed six er rors and the few hits the mad off Smith were timely SEVENTH FRAME RALLY GIVES BOSTON ANOTHER visitors core : l!ston Vitt. 3b . . . Foster. 2 b . Menosky. if Hooper, rf . Sc hang, o . . Mclnnts. in SioPtt. ss . . . Falley, cf . . Myers, p . AB. . 5 4 4 4 . 4 4 . 4 B. 1 r 1 n 0 n 1 1 o 1 II. 1 '4 t 0 ft o (, i O. 1 1 1 1 4 4 1 0 A. Second Garn New York ...0ft2 031 OP f, 12 1 Chicago aoo Puft ol'O 2 3 1 Tyler. Jones and Dale; Douglas and Snyder. Cincinnati AR R. II. O. A. Groh, 2b 4 0 1 1 1 Rath, 2 b 3 1 1 4 4 Daubert, lb . . . ä 1 2 5 1 Roush. cf 4 2 1 3 0 Duncan, If .... 2 1 ' 2 V Kopf, ss 4 2 2 Neale, rf 4 0 1 3 Wlngo. c 2 t ft 4 1 Rinv;, p 3 0 1 0 Totals 31 S 9 27 12 I'hlla. AR. lt. H. . a. J. Miller, lb ... 3 0 ull 1 Raw lings, 2b . . 3 0 4 Stengel, rf 3 1 2 L 1 Williams, cf . . . 4 0 ' 2 0 MellfCl, If 4 1 2 ft FVtcher. ss . . . 4 o 3 2 - WxlghtEtone. 3b 4 0 o 1 2 Wheat, c 4 ft 1 2 0 Smith, p 1 1 0 1 Ciasath 0 0 ft Causey 0 ft 0 ft Betts, p 0 C 0 ft ii Hnzmnnn. p ... ft ft ft 0 0 Totals 30 2 7 27 1 Batted for ünith In 7th. "Batted for Cr aath in 7th. Cincinnati 000 210 041 S BOSTON, rally in the Boston Braves their over the St. Louis C 7 to 3. Score : Boston Powell. cf Pick. 2 b Mann, If Christenbury, rf Holke, lb Boecker. 3b ... Ford, ss O'Neill, c Scott, p Aug. 6. A seven run seventh Inning gave the second ardir.als AB. 4 5 4 . 4 4 4 Totals ....33 ! St. lands AH. j Smith, cf 4 Fournier. lb . . 4 ! Stock, 2b 4 Hornsbv, 2b ... 4 ! McIIenry. If ... 1 La van. ss 4 ( 'lemons, c .... 4 I Janvrin. zz .... 0 ' Heathcote, rf . 4 j Doak. I 2 . Knode. z 1 j Kircher. p .... ft ' Shotton. zzz ... 1 R. H. O 1 2 3 1 3 1 Ü 5 1 1 o 1 1 7 1 2 1 0 2 1 ft 0 3 1 ft 2 7 11 27 R. 11. O 0,1 4 3 3 7 0 2 1 ft 4 1 ii u ti 0 2 ii 1 ft 0 0 ft 1 3 0 (I 0 ft ö ft o n o 4 4 4 3 12 2 4 York Americans here, has sent a let i ter to Manager Huggins raising the .offer of $ltft0 and 30 per cent of : the gate receipts. Which total will ; likely come near the three thousand I mark. j The Toledo Rail Iaghts will likely be the nine that will play against the famous Yankee's outfit, with Babe Ruth. Carl Mays and the rest ! of the- New York celebrities. Buti an all-star industrial nine may bei picked to meet up with the eastern- : rs. ' Talk With Huggins. The South Bend committee talked' with Manager Jlugicins Wednesday, at Comiskey park and he expressed. Hie opinion that it would be an ideal; stopping place on the home trip by; the New York squad. The Yanks' play the Browns at St. Louis Sept. ; 21, and are scheduled to be back at the polo grounds the 2 4th. j Manairer Gates thought that a' higher bid may make the "Old Gen- : tleman" think more about the propo- VlltorV I M'll'Il aim mat. iirr niihm uot- Fridav i nite statement as to whether the famous long distance slugger would A. appear here. the extra money mat 0 I is being offered will likely be bet 3 J ter than any other city will mal e for the- Yank exhibition, and the com j ing of the famous distance hitter can I almost be assured. All expenses or the cut with rooms and meals at the Oliver were offered the manager in the letter. Man, ingj Boniquo, b m, by (Palin) Dal Spencer, b g McGrctror (Whitehead) .. Signal Boy. ch g. by Peter the Great (Stokes) Dorothy Bond, br m. by The Bondsman (Ray) Mack Allerton. Iw is Witt Lf ceo Grattan also started. 1 1 3 Toppirg Saturday's Industrial W.-.true gair.es is the Oliver-Stud -biker match to be contested ;-.t Cu tler l:eld. The Oliver outi.t. if the win from, the wagon men in tod.tj' game, will te In olj pov.esion of the stsN-nd berth, and will aiso sat isfy th ir grudge against the SHide baker outtit for their defeat arlitr in the s a.on. Imjers ure expect(l to pat tl ilishawaka representative away at Singer p. irk. However, the Dodce nine it? due to come through a win ner before long. Today's Class A Barnes mark the start of the second round of the jx.'hedule. I alter (. la.s A. Featuring the tdass B ;,;.mts is the Wilson-Woolen works tilt. The Wilson men have proved themseHes th class ttf the league and man fans will likely desert the b;g game to see the midget wonders perform. Other Claso -amt-s aie the Lathe-Phone fracas at Leeper's, ami O'Hrivn-Cuttt-rs tilt at Siudebaker park. Be nine mob. r id ha ci ui'l t r. t t pa rk. e N ll! t ; h :i: i" :- ?;ic Win;, w ih w if tl- ; t a r a R. -up is r t tb.. f b c'v 1 o : : r. ev il t 1 Fu nri-h. ii'-l if pi i rs. b. t!' n. . i .- a uan ii s'h ;,i t ;on Meirke. foi mi r s-UiT, Iij tJettc fan ; Mi'b r ; Scitbern lcTg.e t ii .t-gr- i'.' T ;oji j-. a fa-' b-:!ieh and ar. t r.iable record thi S-'i:thpaw '::i'" l'o. "'.ipp" Moore are sche-1"! nio"; ,t ,j iiv for the locaN da 's t !.h. although thti r '.s sibility that dli- Kimm th. Gunther and Pett star, who ;t r Rob W'.n- "atl o .1 to c! in S ' : e a p Lite) hai LOCAL GOLF TEAM TO MIAMI COURSE!-; b t n added to ti e Sim r sta'f, may eel tb.e Pdv Th.e sewir.g i. -o hiv.e nun will p--.-s additional strength for tomoirou . battle in the rry n of Bert Brod r. w ho has bren pt-r-formir.g ftr the Advance-Rumley team of Lanortt . Rroder has flgn- ' ed up to play with the Singers :n i.-.ll games if an independent nature, j "Sappy" Motht, who has ! n con I nec-ti-d with the Peru Gre-s th- first part of the summer, may aiso ap pear in the baals' line-up. May Play Rail Lights. Announcement is made by th Singer's management that negotia tions have about been closed for the bringing of the Toledo Rail Lights here fir, a three-game episode ov r the .Labor Day w'.k-end. The To- i leilo tea mis one of the fastest semi i pro outfits in the country anl will j be the probable opponents of the New York Amric;ns in the hil-:- n game t be Sliced h'le S-I't. H. C. Elmore and J. D. Farne- man rin J. .M. S., Jr., Silver Trophy. j to.--, who are perfoilliallce thT nines s'atd t meet th South Bend team in future affai'-s iiu lude the Mishaiv;ka Iml'strU' - idüed tor n An lt. ; TU .. I mil .1 i, i.f ! .,. , 1111 V1 J J I " i - I .lllil l, com i '1 g for t i da :! " ami 2 1. Arrangt m rds ha ve 1 1.. . ' - irne- j l'ieieo o i.o- : Ha- i" toe iiommg i ii,r .; two-tiiy 4 ar.d 1... Mi. h . : e n S- pt. L ) bet 1! r t n: 1! i ( . .luring th.- i Ml i 1 ! 3 5 o r j j - S 4 6 and 1 Time 2:07 74 ! Ricrt Gets Five Swats ! At Five Times to Plate PER LEY GIRLS ll 7 CITY INDOOR TITLE .Miss .ia.ei .MCl .Ol ! in. ;r. ( omi-tent g.ime r.f iudo-ir a: ling the b.it In Ruth ion r-itn ST. PA FL. Aug. 6. St. Paul I pounded Stryker and Nelson for IS hits Friday and won the third game of the series by a score of ! to 1. Griner pitched to three men in the first inning when he was relieved by Merrilt. who hell the Toledoans to three hits the rest of the way. Rig gert hit safely five times in as many trips to the plate. Score: St. Paul 220 P04 0101 1 1 Toledo 100 000 000 1 3 2 Griner. MerrP.t and Hargrave; Stryker, Nelson und McNeill. H. C. Flmore and J. D. V man de feated J. Neff and G. L ger three up and one to play in the every sunda finals of the J. M. S. jr. two all I prior to the . unf!; foursome tournament played Friday: atternoon on mo e nam o jikcs course. Their net score of S3 was; the lowest of the year on the ' course. Today at tho Miami club ! at Mishawaka the finals in teanij play for the St. Joe valley i ham - J pionship will be rtntested. II. C. Fimore .and J. D. Farne man will not bear the Studebaker trophy away with them, as the cup remains in custody of tho dub. Much champ will have his name en graved on the sterling silver Trophy and will receive a gold medal for the championship. F. W. Young and Dan Sanders won the cham pionship last s.-ason. ! The South R. nd team that will merma n : Clentine Pejza a:vfMary ie for honors against the Misha- ! Nonlciki. waka golfers will be composed op At l,fl'p- park last evenlr.g, 12 men. Cant. Kavanauch. 1 1 C l'l-! Washington boys mt. rmediate more Dan San.lers YV Wli i t . ' f v ba U team defeated Leepers hall. T. W. Young. W. T. Jav, G. J. j -s''or'' , f L.-H: L-- .lav. Jack Conn, A. S. Barrett. H. r i Th" K:,!,-v j,jni r c is 'v":1 tL' Marshall. W. Austin am! C. Walters. 1 Wrst 1'"',a!1 eha m pi-.i-h ip e-- m I terdny at Kaley park ly deteating tlie Wahimrton girls ty the .oie, t.f T ATtrc nil re ir . i t i 11 to 17. ' Th.v will play Howard j OM .wiO n urn .-hi Mng i h ir.d- :-. f' - ttiretl in th'1 ,j;y nior gi: '. ' ;t..i.. p-irk last ev-ninu. I' iby b t ;; t ir championship game pi a d at L--p. the Washington girls by a store :' 1 ' to i . The g.nne was only tie in liins. Score: P. rb-y 1 3 0 o D lft Washington .. 1 ft 1 0 2 4 7 4 Mazel McDonald and Haa 1 Zim- the v ; -tv a '.SJ next week for city championship. 0 0 1 3 A 0 (i i i i ii 1 it e 1 o 1 4 T 0 HOMERS BY JUDGE FEATURES BROll N H IN ST. I .OF IS. Aug. home run in the sixth lay's game which St. from Washington. 14 H. 1 o. A. 4 ft 1 Totals 35 3 ;? 21 tj Two out when warning run was scored. Chicago A TV K T.eibold. rf ? 0 F. Collins. Lb . . 4 Weaver. :.: b .... 4 ."acksor.. If .... 4 Strunk, cf 4 J. FoV.ms. lb .. ' fllt erg. 4 SclirC k. r 3 Wil'i n.-.s p .... 2 -Murphy 1 Kerr, i 1 e t 1 A 1 n n o t it a 1 ii 0 - ' o Erratic Ficltlinf Keens Minneapolis From Shutout: INDIANAPOLIS, Aug. P. In di .napoüs hunclnd tht ir hits off Robertson m the first five innings Friday and defeated Minneapolis in, the third game of the series 7 to 4. Herdine's homer inside the park on Robertson cure in the eighth inning. Frr.itie sufport ty In.iln ap.dis players kept Jone from landing a shutout. Score: m ir.ne ap. lis . eeii unn L 4 7 l Indiar.ap'd:. 1 ft 1 22" ftlx 7 S 4 Robertson an.j (wen; Jenes .and H. nline. , Philadelphia 000 10 1 0n0 2 Two-base hit Stengel. Stolen bases Roush. Wheat. F.rrors Rath. Rawllrg4. t-' ten gel 2. Meusel. Wrightstone, Wheat. Sacrifices Rath 2. Hurcan 2, Kaulingis ten i:el. Iouble play Rir.'g. Rath and Daubert Left on bases Cincinnati. '.; Philadelphia, Rases on ba!' o,ff Ring, 3: off Smith. 3; off Bt-tts, 1: off FTnzmann. 1. Hits off Smith, 1 i 1 TotaN T7 4 11 Ratted for Wi'.liarrs in Mh. TiiKton r.no ridrt I e t. Fhicago (10 npi 10ft 1--4 Two h i hits Jat ks'-vv ':tt ' Hoop r. Kesr, Stolen bases Weaver. F. Co'.Rr.s. J. Covins. Sa -rrhces S.-halk. U'favt r. Frror -Rimberg. Left on last't 1' ston. 4: Chicago. 12. Rise on bail: Of JIvers. O : Williams. 2 Hits ::" WtlRams. 3 in s lr:n:ni; r f Kerr. 1 in 2. Struck O'jt By Myers, 4. Winning pitcher Kerr. Fmpires Hidebrand And LTvans. Tlra -1:4. Colonels Register Lone Run Off Fifteen Stvnts Loutsv:'.: . Ky.. Aug. fi. Iuis vill" could score but once on thir teen hits Friday while Kansas City Lurched nine with bases or. balls a ". ! won "uitli finir runs Catchers Meyer collected seven them. Score: 00 22ft ftftP 4 9 0 i'Oii rtfil 0o 1 i ;s J and Swvrej; Wright Sa- ney a nd hits 1 etwa n Kai sas Fity. L'Ui ille . . Horst man and Meyer. in innim-'s; eft' Betts, in none mono out in Mh); off Knzmann, 4 !n 2 innings. Hit by pitcher By Smith (Hlrci. Struck out I'.y Ring. 4: bv Smith, 1. by Rnzmann. 1 loosing pires II art 1 :53. Totals 36 j z Ratted for Doak in 8th. ! zz Ran for demons in 9th. i zz Batted for Korcher in t'th. 'St. Louis lftl or0 (10 3 ! Boston 000 000 7"ix 7 Frrors Powell. Ford. Fournier. Hornsby. Two-base hits Boeckel. j Heathcote. Fournier 2; Powe!!.! Christenbury. demons. Home rar. j Holke. Stolen bases Pick. Pow- i ell. Sacrifice Mann. Double plays' Fournier. (unassisted); lavan t" , Fournier. Berckel to Pick to Holke 2: Doak to Clemons to Fournier. ' IWt on bases Boston 7; St. Icons' . Rases on balls off Doak 4. Hit- Off Doak 10 in 7; off Kirche r 1 in 1. Struck out Ry Scott 3; Doak 4; Kircher 1. Umpires (juigley and Da v. loosing pitcher Ioak. Tino 1:31. f.. Williams' featured Fri Louis won to 7. Judge gtt .y siuc. ssUe four-base hits, the last one tying the score in the sixth. Score: B. R. H. 4 4 5 4 3 4 5 4 0 1 a-h'lon Milan. If . . . Judge, lb... Bice, i f . . . . Roth, rf Harris. 2b . . Sha nks. ;:b . O'Ndll, ss . Gharrity. c . Terres. c ... Fllerh. Courtney, p . Fng 1. p A costa, p ... R. 1 o 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 n 0 0 1 3 n 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 o. 0 0 3 1 A. o a 0 0 4 1 lft 0 It 0 o o 0 Ü 3 in ii FUl LfU 3 .4 uÄtw' I A Your Last Opportunity to Enfioy the Tremendous Savings Offered During Our mm L2 4 3 ,1 i ! ti !l v Ü 3 H R. 3 1 Totals Z'J 7 Ratted for Torres in St. I u I AR. fierler. ss .... " God on. 2b .... 3 Sisler, lb 4 o ;: . ? 'ö Williams. If . . . Smith. 31 3 Tobin. rf 4 Davis, p 4 Severeid. c . . . . 4 4 1 3 l l o 12 nth. H. O. 3 4 0 0 1 1) 'UOüpOOT7f 2 2 0 1 2 3 3 1 1 A. 1 4 (i ft 1 pitcher cmith ind McCormlck. I'm- Time MARTHA TAYLOR WINS CITY TENXIS TITLE .1 0 I P0PULÄI1UN FIGURES -Tlie cen-fol'owing ibr Fnltfl Preis. WASHINGTON. Au-. sus bureau annovmced the 1320 populations today: (Counties) Alger. Mich , Lake. Mich., 4.437. Newaygo. Mich.. 17,32 Schoolcraft, Mich.. ?,977. Increa&e since 1910: Alger county, Mich.. 2.033 or 30.1 pT cent; Schoolcraft, 1,236 or 14.9. Miss Martha Taylor, displaying stellar form, defeated Miss Rita t'hipleau in the finals of the wom an's citv single championship, in two straight sets. 6-2. 0-3. at Leeper park j Louis, yesterday. The match was the hard- I ney. 4 est fought of the entire tournament. Nearly half of the contests were tleuce games. Miss Taylor from the start of the tourney showed chas.i- Totals Washington . . , St. Louis Frrors Rice Court nev. Rice. Home runs Judge Sacrifices Williams 14 14 2 7 11 001 Oil 00 1 7 I . . . 301 024 04x 1 4 Two läse hits Sisler. Smith. Harris. (2). Williams. (2). Double j,rtv O'Neill. Harris and Judge. Left on bases Washington. 10; St. 3. Base on b31s Off Court Fngel. 4; Davis. 5. Hit Off Courtnev. 13 in R 2-3 innings; Lngel. ft in 1 2-3; Acosta. 1 in 2-3. Hit by Titchor Ry Courtney (Smith); by Fr.gel (Severeid). Struck out Hy oionshio form in the clever ami D.-ivt. . loosing pitcher Courtney. steady manner in which she handled j Umpires Connolly and Nallin. 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