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mrnsniT moiixing. acc.crt sc. 19:9. 11 THE BEST HA VE OFF DA YS--- By Ed. Hughes to W CV r- I ..... tsHf Wflj JCKQT t. TME BRIT- V 'Cmm9: ( VJ I 'J 7 ff f 8as:c; itmc Hukch V u-i-'-'! -Win'' ir rv, ac, JTXäT . -fxavA.i-r ksCTCMCl. w.c FwlST MO0CÄN RikO CMAMP-Tt3 RCVGftJC k VeROKLT-M OOOCKCD It Kte. or sustains Wher It is the form reversal In an ath- Kte. or a. team of nthlr tro whir-h the thrills in a majority rts. vouid prnffior,a 1 hasp- ball. golf, tennis, cycling, track and field athletics be to-day were it not for th1 element of form reversals? In no sport H thi reversal so frequent as golf. Walter Haffen confidently expected to make a von- derful showing in tht. HrltL-h Open at Deal, and fizzled badly. Dun can beat liJm handily. Jim Uarne3 finished far ahead of him. b'hortly afterwards. Haptn won the French "prn from both Duncan and Harne. Lator lie decisively vanquished Thames in the Metropolitan cham pionrhip. Meln Ha, One?. Itr winter Bobby McLean trav '''d to Norway to defend his skat ing honors against Mathiesen whom Mrlan had previously outskated in .1 ilorn straight matches In this "untry. Mathlesen relieved Mc Iin of h title. Billy Johnston was indisputably the Krcatest tennis player In the world when the Davis Cup team fail ed for England. At Wimbledon he ill v i u i vv , an mil i IUI V' former. Fl Hill Tilden of Phila delphia mvept all before hint, in hiding the much advertised I'arke. itnd th British tlt'e-holder. Iattrr von. His tennis has never before been equalled In tournament play ;. t Wimbledon or any where else. He i now picked to defeat John ston, at Forest Hills, next month. Baseball und Track. Baseball would indeed be In a bad way were it not for form re versals. Every once in a while the lail-onrjers "clean-up" at the ex pense of the leaders. Pitchera bat ted out of the box come book th next afternoon and hurl winning' ball. Track and field athletics are full of ups and downs. Charlie Pad dock, heralded as the coming nine and two-fifths man for the "cen tury" was unexpectedly trimmed by Murchison just before leaving for Antwerp. A few days before h had wiualled the world's 'record for! th 100 metres. Boxing alone is the one port in which defeated champions seldom obtain reversed verdicts. The de feated boxer, as a rule, "stays put." Stanley Ketchel was the first modern champion to "come-back." Bill Papke almost slaughtered Ketchel in twelve rounds once. Two months later Stanley won Iiis middle-weight title back by a knock out in eleven rounds. Years before Matty Matthews defeated his con queror Rube Ferns for the welter title. East year Jack Britten knock ed out Ted Lewis, who had whipped him before on points. ' Bat Lvin sky after repeated trouncings from Jack Dillon including a knockout, won the light-heavy title from Jack on point?. But these aro the. only on record of reversed titular ver dicts in the ring. f0WffriVSTAk j q 0 3 'S n J EZ D 1 t ! J i r u D Ü 77ie Surest Road To Satisfaction is to know what you wanl when you go to buy. No matter whether it's a house, a tube of toothpaste, a washing machine or a pedi greed pup you save worry, time and money when you know what you want. How shall you know? By reading the advertise ments in your favorite newspapers. They put you in touch with opportunities and advantages that othen wise you might miss. The advertising columns are just as important as the news. Readine advertise- vj helps you lessen and increase efiV Amp n ran Lcacu. Oubk YV. I.. I'hlo.izo 7t, h level;i ri1 4(5 New York ';; St. Lr-uls :a ;.: Hosten 07 r.1 Wntihir.gton 4' C: Detrnlt t 71 Ptiladelpbia s vl National X-tiKur. nub . w. i.. rimlnniti 4 rtrofklyii f.7 ."1 New York V1 5' Pittsburg ."V .".7 Chicago CS 01 St. Louis .V. ri2 Ttofton 17 04 Philadelphia 4 k Amriran Aflatloo. riub w. r.. St. Taul .v Minneapolis fi7 W MllwnuWe iV I n din n a poli s rtl u Toledo CT 2 Louitrllle I? Columbus 4 7.t Kansas City 4 7 1 ESTKRDAY'S RCMLTji. AnirricMit Iet.Kue. riereland 1; Philartelphia 2. St. Ivouis 1; Poston 11. National Lajrue. Philadelphia 1; Cincinnati G. Itronklyu 4: Tittsburff .". Boston 0: Chicago 4. New York 6; St. Louis .t. Amerimn Asportation. Coiiimbu 7: St. Paul 5. Toledo 6; IinneapolIs 0. Indianapolis 2: Milwaukee 10. iouis-rllle 2 ; Kansas 4. Southern Asportation Birmingham 5; Nmbrllle 3. Cbattflnootra 2; Atlanta 1. Memphis .; Mobile 10. Little Kock 2: New Orleans t. Three-I Irue. EvansTllle 4; Terre llant ö. Hock Island 2: Molln 12. Tdoominpton 13; Peoria 3. Celar Hapids 3; Roekfori 4. Intemilona.l Iarne. .Terspy City 7-7: Toronto 4- Sr ratline 2-0; Buffalo- R-. Rending 5-.: Rochester -2. Baltimore Ö-5: Akron 4-6 GAMES TODAY. Chicago at New York. St. Louis nt Boston. Detroit at Washington. Cleveland At PMlad!pa!s. National I&4"ut. P.onton at PIttshnrg. Brooklyn at Chlcacr. " New York at St. Lonis. Three games scheduled. P. t ..".Is :,ni .4S.' . !i :.:vj Pet ..VH .4!; .47: .42 .414 P'"t. .024 .bV Middloton Pitches Shut Out; Toledo Finds James Bv Acrinted Prent: MINNEAPOLI?. Minn.. Aup 23. Middleton pitched splendidly and Toledo won the third rame of the series to 0. James rivalled Mid dleton until the sdxth when bunched hits counted three runs. Score: Toledo 000 003 030 ß 7 0 J Minnearolis 000 000 000 0 4 2 f Middleton and Woodfall: James and Mayer. ments waste ciency D it may be the meant of adding to your comforts and saving you many a dollar The Lighter Side ; the Day's News OSSINING. X. Y. Sing S'ng s r.ewrpaper. Thö Bulletin. Ls to resume publication, under cen sorship. Officials shut it down when its leading article was by a bisamist on "My Eight Wives." INDIANAPOLIS Henry Scott never ate more expensive food than Charles Frizes ear. One bite c't him L'O days ux. hard labor plus Z and cost. The ar gument was over a $7 grocery bill. DETROIT Mich. scacu and a Ualf cent :i minute is Detroit's ncAot hotel charge. A Xc York tracllruc man. registered at one of the city's bet. was taxed $1.30 for n rcwuii he eccupieil hut 20 minutes. Odor ßrc. v'ontractors and Build ers. 1132 S. Franklin at.. Lincoln M5w, . ft'JrrJl Sx-cua-cÄ. Co SoAne SCajiöavvI &&&& piU U" CrbXf tiMvEx ACOaA fiAntML AtmMl-! Ccbmeß' (nrd1. (& Q-tt fefe -jJtAe up OAuflb GowzX Om Sötrt Öxcü 1 5JI MÖSL Urffpy aJrrn ölwä'. S'mtyn! t)'l ßxunv 0, SÖJLbtfJ, 6 Atüb (rq feo, (ÄaaJ). ' QLt4 It LfCU OUf LISTEM-Camels Id 5 Hudson Speedster For Sale The party that owns this car has left the city for a year, and has left this car with us to sell. Has only run 6,000 miles, equipped with cord tires, 2 bumpers, spot light, looks just like new and runs like new. Can be bought at a rea son able price. Terms if desired. Superior Motor Sales Co. 213-15 South Main St. Main 185 I TT I t2i n Tho Dl Electric &bop S. D. Moran & Son WIrlnj &4 pairing. 3 1 FOR RENT Offices in the Blackstone Theater Building ready for occupancy Sept. 15. Applications for leases will be accepted all day Saturday, Aug. 28. BLACKSTONE THEATER CORPORATION, J. Handeisman, General Manager. 2C Women's and Misses' New Fall Wear ing Apparel and Millinery Arriving Daily. OHO V DEPARTMENTS 219-221 S. Mich. St.