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OTTAW A FREE TRADER JOUBNAIi. THURSDAY. AUGUST 4, 1921. JOHNNY EVERS CANNED AS CHICAGO CUBS LEADER How They Stand FANS CROWD NORTH The Bdy Who Beat TiWen SI LOT FOR BIG SCRAP WITH BELOIT GAME THIS AFTERNOON PROVES ATTRACTION FOR BASEBALL ENTHUSIASTS FROM ALL S5C TIONS OF LA SALLE COUNTY. Hundreds of enthusiastic baseball fans, all primed up to see "the bat tie of the season," Jammed Into tha amphitheater at the north side lot this afternoon, long before tune for the game to start, to see Manager C'hubb's noted Kaii'bunks-Morse team mix with the Ottawa Cubs Fans from la, Salle, Peru. Streator, .Marseille, and other nearby towns, besides the local 'bugs" took tho park by stonn. Rumors last night to the effect that several Of the exonerated "Black Sox" would nlav on Dunn's team this after noon against the Belolt aggTegadon, I no doubt played an important part in drawing the crowd. Chufbb's team arrived in this oKy this morning on the 11 o'clock Rock Island train. Twelve men, Including Pitchers Lathrop. Zapel and Sullivan made up the body of diamond per-j formers, who proved very eager to i clash with the local charges. At .1 o'clock the two aggregations i were readv to enter the affray, with ! hoth teams having their regular line up of stars. Rumors to the effect that Second Baseman Merle Edmunds had jump-t ed the local club were officially de nied by Manager Dunn early this morning. Edmunds arrived in Otta wa shortly before noon and appeared on the field for the battle. Dunn also received a request from received word from Manager C, It. T-arpentier of the Aurora club asking for a game at that city. Cavpentler, I having put over an easy win over the local club, is of the opinion that his team can clean up on the Cubs. In his letter he seemed very anxious that Dunn should sign articles closing negotiations for the game to be play ed in the future. Dunn also received a request, from Jimmy Ryan, manager of the Chicago ; Romeos, asking for a game. The lo-! cal mentor stated that the probabil-' itles were that neither game would j ibe booked. Three Strikes and Ver Oui! NATIONAL LEAGUE. Won Lo Pittsburgh 62 , ' an New York 1 'M Boston .r.t 4i Brooklyn 51 4ft St. I)Uls 4 4v Chicago 42" .; Diactnnatl 4' '" Philadelphia so (II Pet. Yesterday's Results. Boston. B 5 ; Chicago, :! 7. Pitta burgh, 9; Philadelphia, St l. uis, '.'; New Yorn. Brooklyn at Cincinnati, wet Games Today. Boston at t hicago, ind- New York at St. Louis. Brooklyn at Otacianali, Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, AMERICAN LEAGUE. Won. Lost. Pet Cleveland '- M -,;::' New York M :!"' Washington 56 4S .684 Detroit W ',:! ','r' St. Ixmia W 81 -74 Boston 44 64 .44." Chicago 4:; 16 .48 Philadelphia W W Yesterday's Results. '" iiai ipbh ii'aw bm -.Br iaa. ukl'... ... w - &1 ss REPORT EVERS OUT AS CUB MANAGER Chi John .1 managi ban led l I" .aJvv1-' ago, 111 . ka$ i Reports that Overs hud been deposed as of the Cubs and the reins in led to Catcher Klllefe were not or Weal I) denied yeslwday by the esldenl of tho north side to.iin, who spottded lo ail queries with the in 1 mat i. hi thai Manager KWm'S wus irlously ill and under the care of a 1. Iclan and had boan fnr two days iir K N Bed Ion, who Is attending e stricken manager al the Webster 1 leil that I'.vers had a tern ture of I'1' yesterday, btit the D- t ire of his illness was not disclosed. Discussed by Directors. Since the hopelessness of the tuilis as a Oral division choice became up- parent there have 1 11 persistent ru tin, 1- of a change In the management, and it Is known the board Of directors nf the club held meeting Tuesday, at winch Ibe matter was discussed. The report emanated from the meet ing that Overs to Kl hoi, -I. I Thi agent praei Boston. . Other g. ( hicago St. loui Detroit Games Today. n. hiladelphla. York. Cleveland at Washington. Jim Davis, secretary of labor, trita to but the kid pitcher at Mooaeheart fanned tlunal Children's home of the Loyal Order director general of tiie order, eptnda ins t the thousand v - ! Inmate tna k the cover off the bull dm Moo I s. In -art la the niv f Mooss In Illinois. Davis, icatlona there playing witn at Bt I at i it New I litre's Vincent Richards in action against William Widen, work! s champion. Richards defeated Tllden three sets in four. One was a love set. It was Tilden'S Qtat defeat In more than a year. Richard ia only is NEGOTIATE DEMPSEY- WILLARD MATCH Want Muscles Like Dempsey ? EatLotsa Rice GOVERNOR STOPS ROPER-MISKE BOUT the directors decided to ask to rest for a few nays and let er assume his worries. New 192'-' Pilot Assured. t there 111 be a change in man ml before another season Is a cal certainty after the poor -bowing of the team tills year witn the material al hand, but not the club owners wi swap horses in mid known. Kinefer has be William WYlaley ker, principal owners is generally selected lessor. 'tl v .1 r. whether or will decide to season Is not 'i v popular with and A. D. Us ui' the Cubs, and as Kvors sue- BRITISH CONTINUE SAILING VICTORIES Lansing, Mich , Aug. t heck today Instructed ilon not t ti N't havi 1 1 Ji y J5v HECK i York, Aug. 4 - Negotiations to Jack Dempsey and Jess Willard tight it out again are moving along on an even keel. Kay Archer, busi ness manager for big Jess, has just l.n.ir, ,!..!.,. ,IUf I tl llMlk Ollt tOT til interests of will confer day or t wo Rice 1 ppoae for uig il to loo the Kansas farmer, and with Tex Hickard in a to start the preliminary EXTRA! KILLIFER SUCCEEDS EVERS AS CUB'S BOSS ' Chicago, Aug. 4.- William Klllifer, catcher, today succeeded John Kvir as manager of the Chicago National:-. FAST FINISHES MARK PALATINE, ILL., RACES The fastest motor boat in the coun try, according to officials at the Chicago yacht club, arrived In Milwaukee Tues day night on its way from New York to, Chicago, to attend the Pageant of Progress in that city. The boat is the Car II., owned by Gat lield Wood. The boat recently raced a fast train from Florida to New York. It left for Chi cago yesterday. 0 Persistent reports that Georges Car pentler may not come back to the Culled States lo fulfill his contract to box Tommy Gibbons an listic fans, who are 1 mill. Eddie Kane, mi has been larding th of Willii It. B. Benjamin, tnanag Hoppe, yesterday annoiinc 1 po is ready to defend all halkline titles 18.2, 1ST gainst any players who have a Chance on the green cloth with him. alterations wh old rivals int Bending th tions for the ing for a m Willard. On his laal said he ich will lead tWl battle, complete crap, Bit definite m of negotia kard is wait reply from and yet tha almost only their physic ter advance armies of R France and same want H. S. Chubt Amf Jai be liS, Hid fcr the state permit ; een Capt. Boh scheduled for isuins id he bout 1 tment slpai utty V trip did o New York WH believe that could ever be coaxed into with him aaain. If Willard -o- that Hop-) . , oree 01 ms l)om,)tiev oui 14.1 a- rin think theyl-Hil feels that wav about the situa tion it is not believed there will be any trouble In bringing the two men together again. According to William Muldoon, Chairman Of the New York state ath- letie commission, thre will be more New York state at catch weights. Palatine. 111., Aug. 4. - Fast finishes and exciting incidents featured the lirst day of the harness racing meet at the Palatine track yesterday. Two of the three events resulted in split heats, with tho crowd on their feet at tho finishes. Two favorites won, Bonnie Girl In the 2:15 pace, and Rol. lo In the 2:25 pace but Rollo was the only victor who had a good mar gin, The 2:15 pace resulted in the fastest, times, with Boh Searle, behind Bonnie Girl, turning the third and fourth heats in 2:141 each time. The track will be fast this after noon and faster fields are carded than yesterday. Summary: 2:24 Trot A. B. C hr. g. (Ream) . .1 t 5 L High Knob Mary, bm (Dean) 2 2 1 2 Ozarina, br. m. (Dean I ..7 4 2 II Lorena Watts, eh, f, (Shaw) 3 3 4 4 Do, Tentmaker and Baroness Alicia also started. Time 2: 19 Hi. 2:1814 2:19U. 2:19. 2:25 Pace Hollo, ch. g., by Dereclum Kink fjMairhuffer) 1 J 1 June Woodman, ch. g. (Dean) 2 2 6 Cuppv, bg. (.Sensor) 4 7 - Hal H... bg. (McKay) 5 3 3 Blanche G. Tuty M. Mickey, Con stant and Mariori Gano also started. Time 2:16H, 2:17. 2:17H 2:15 Pace -Bonnie Girl, hi. m.. by Hedge wood Boy (Searle) fi I 1 1 Billy Lee. ch. g. (Harris) .1 2 S 4 GVllss Marie, h. DO. ( Spmcer-5 5 2 2 Jolla Light, b. m. (Hutcbin son) 2 4 4 .1 Sis Direct and Qoldie B also start 2:18H. 1:1. 2:11H, 2:14. Hun king, will be b Rirkard. London the llailv nght Tot contest il extremely en it , agi stei pft . be an worrying i annlng to see anager of ffibbi with Inquiries ility of Geot i s the Frenchp : won l:e se State 0- Georges ' Man, haa n Gibbons 1 the Dnlted Improbabli hi Carp With ti margin of :il pt the1 per Michigan Peninsul ms, teated the Northwestern n" I Golf -association team in M!liole golf match over the e at. Iron Mount elit. ended in 2.'! I M golf ith or for ntler, 1 rrangt nv 1 iays 1 to ther golf COUJ I ternoon I in favor with the mornlni made a total of 52 i or Wisconsin. , the Up team de- Wisconsin ;i tliirty-six-PlUe Grove lin. The af tn 11 points hlgan, which, combined ire ol 2'J to 10, Michigan and 21 SHABBONA DEFEATS NORTH SIDE PLAYERS The North Siders suffered their first defeat yesterday when the Shabbona playground boy took them Into camp by the score of 18 to 11. in a fairly played game, the winners pounding O'Connel for a total or is hits Ineliidinc 2 home runs by De- agricultural department. His letter was referred to Pro'eefor 8. A. Knapp, who investigated tue rice In dustry in China, Japan and the Phil ippines, and the cijlantinca p.'3vtd to be very simple. The Japanrss aod other rice-eating nations do act polish the grain except for export In the mills the outside cira'lr.y d the rioe kernel Is rubbed off The mrter huak and the bran Just wi'hln It ar nwaoc. ed, and then the kernel is mbtd to remove the rough pr.,'.(.:n surface. This is called polishing, and the p.-occas not only removes one of the most nu tritious substancea in all creaJs, but deprives the graiu of about thrsae fourths of iis flavor. Gnu. I in i declar posed law. "Sir Michigan, 1 have turned cial proposi into nothln game." the is tc to gt net' Illy lisk t Aug. 12. the order the governor did not believe the pro ould meet with the strict of the Michigan boxing the war tht 11 the ion. in game and g more t governor 1 ntinued in ire I promoters in other states, into a cummer- has developed tan a come-on lid. "If boxing Michigan, it is different tnan- Cowes. Isle of Wight. Aug. 4 The British won the third of the series of international races for six meter yachts, sailed here today The Brit ish scored 21 points, as against Id points tor their American competi tors. The regatta furnished an unexpect drama whet; three persona were wash ed overboard by heavy seas and were sensationally rescued. Chas. Seeley, while steering his yacht Genista, was carried overboard and saved by his daughter, Miss ivy Seeley, and a male member of the crew who pulled him aboard with a rope. Later the dinghy Beavlew became tilled with water and partly sank. Her occupants, a man and a woman, were thrown overboard and were rescued bv a motor launch. Kills Pesky Bed Bugs P. D. Q. an d it ti 1 tin in. that he 1 in the United keron, whose feature of tht The North some hitting and threaten) heavy hitting was tho I game. Siders certainly did in the seventh inning i to lie the score, hut W. II. Tovenger or Detr won the Canadian open gi ship at. Toronto with a for the seventy-two 1 Brady, also of Detroit, 111 it yesteti l! chara.pl ico re of 2i)n ales. Mike was second with a card of IBB -O I Oarsmen and scullers representing the tJftlyerslty Of Toronto and the Argonaut and Don Rowing clubs will complete In the American national re j gatta at. Buffalo, N. Y., Friday and I Saturday. ! 0 Dominica Tortorieh, New Orleans promotor, has signed with Pete Her man, world's bantamweight champion, to meet Youim Montreal there on La bor day, Sept. 5, In a Ion-round match. Montreal holds two decisions over Herman. , H reports about Phil Harrison's lighting condition are true, the middle weight la apt to And himself a beaten nam at the close of his ten rounds of fighting at. Aurora Friday night With Al Mollis. Chicago slugger. It ia said Phil is high In flesh, t Hut his wind Is'nt In the best of shape and that, Instead of training hard and faithfully for the j match, he has just stumbled along in I training, working a bit here and there, j Morris isn't any cinch. He is train ed to the minute and he can hit. He is game. These are tilings run wiu have to meet and, should his coudltun be found lacking, the tilth or sixth I round will find him tiring fast. Morris ! is ti boor, and against such a fighter Phil usually is lost. He lilies th mixer, who comes in with right and left flying. It la feared among the junkman's friends that Phil has under estimated Morris and that now he realizes his mistake, it is too late. the flcht being Priday. by Shabbona s the game. a spectacular catch center fielder saved Score Shabbona 3 1 2 3 0 5 1 0 218 North Side . . . 0 0 2 1 1 1 6 0 1 -11 Batteries Shflpbo&a, Kempes and Dekeron; North Side, O'Connel and Dougherty. Friday's game called at 2:20 p. m. Fast Side vs. South Side. Dick Griffin. Texas featherweight, and I'hil Franchini have been matched to try conclusions in a twelve round decision bout at Brooklyn, Aug. 8, A TEXAS WONDER for kidney and bladder troUDtes. I gravel, weak and lame backs, rheu matism. Fiegtti&tea bladder troubles I In children. IT not sold by your druggist, by mail 11.25. Small bottle often cures. Send for sworn testi monials. Dr. B. W. Hall, 2928 Olive Street. St. Louis, Mo. Sold by drug-! gists. Just think, aMeboi ol P. D. Q. Tesk? 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Auk. 4.--A committee of live, four of them former holders of national champion sbip laurels, has been appointed to select the defend ing American Davis cap team, accord i ine to announcement Tueaday from I the United Stat&a Law I sociation. The conunltl ee OB the show in the various itnpi uit to Auk. 18. its cno ers in llients their ii ed Time In evions rei committee. renins as- wiii base it i he play nit tourna upled with Oeorae T. Aden, former president of the national association; Capt. Sam Hardy, Of the Davis cup team, and BealB C WMght, Harold H. Hackett. tin 1 It I) Wrenn. will meet here Aug. :i for preliminary discussion of the team choice. It i-i understood the players con sidered most prominently for the liii American team tire William T. Tilden, William St. Johnston, Watson Washburn. Vincent Richards, U. Nor iis Williams and Charles s. (iarland. in Base SUNDAY Aug. B.M.DAV1SON W. W. LINDLEY, GENERAL HPiWJ Z p. m. 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