WF.ONEa&AY AIH1W4T H 4401
ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT TO BE STAGED SEPT Is
OTTAWA FREK TK P1CR - .lOrRNAT;
GOLF TEAMS DRAWN'h
IN BATTLE LINE
' tU. L A I. Si 1 , I J '
FOR ANNUAL FEAST
LO&IOrO DRAWINGS FOR BAN'
QUET MATCH GIVE NEWS
J MOUND'S SELECTION BIG HAND
ICAP OVER GOODYEAR CHOS-INSCON-TEST
TO BE STAGES
New V oik
They stand LYNCH AND ROTH IN
IT Chicago. III., Auk. 24. A
11 I I crow ii ,,r mile (am i
' ' I I teldav ;il III.' Arcade ff'UI
AMI tin .iN LEAGUE.
Won Lost. IVI.
MOORE AND MANDELL BRITISH TENNIS
READY FOR COMBAT'
Bottom, Mum.. Auk. 24.-m.VII Britial
ui 1 1. j
si.it lir big
watch i'hi Moore, tin. Memphis Utah,
iiuii Suuimv Maiiiifii. ttu tti'iktord
streidlj go lb rough ptfiiaratiun "or
" t.1 ' n "
hart anil Veuftkuu, ! a
Inn l Ii il tt Q it 1
TEAMS ELIMINATED! Vo'shell unrf Hardy nut out (Ifnu
nntiKli and Putnam In straight nets
but with some difficulty.
''' I FANS' TEAM BATTERY PEHFORMS
iw.a Golf club members are g. t
Hug themselves In line fettle (01 Ihfl
annual banquet match which will bo
Staged. Thrusday, Sept. I. ut the Wet
Jlde links between teams guldPd by
. Tt MeKee, an G. H. Wooll tl
Slides were chosen yesterday af er
ft ou nt a meeting- betwrn the two
captains ana their neiiiennnis, joe
ficg&lfin for McKee and L. M. Harvey
Directors of, sports, C. P. Irlon and
Lottitop Perkins, served us arbitra
tors yhllp tin commandant finessed
for best pick of the membership ras
ter. The' result was Harvey, serving
as field, manager or the Wool bar t .
outstripped his lleutenantlhg ath t
sary. Mr. Megaffin, in the chOio i t
players, coming out of the fttelee with
by- far the stronger and better uggiv
' The "picking," resulting as It did in
such a lopsided, affair against the Me-
KeeS, was not without Its element uf
pathos Harvey, who admits- Ue out
generaled Megaffin. today can't ex
plain why he should have any ... m
pathy for the antagonistic aggrega
tion, but, being a man of charity au I
pity in great gobs for tho under dog,
probably explains why, in spite of ah
determination to win, he should fesi
serry for a bunch of golfers so suiely
doomed to ignominious defeat when
tee two outfits meet for the chicken
The Woolberts' success was lixi.
largely to an overdlsplay of ego on
the part of the McKee. Trapped in
an overconlidence which presages a
powerful lacing Thursday, .Sept. 1, tiic
McKee Megaffin combination mail-:
their selections blindly and without
thought of bust men for their team.
The Woolb rt-Hurvt y pairing resort.
ed to cunning of a high degree in o
Philadelphia! 6; Cbhugo. i
i le Innings l
Detroit, I-': Washington. 'I
New York t!: Clewlalul, 1.
Bolton, 16; St Lotla, t,
Philadelphia at Chicago
Washington at Detroit
Botloa at St. Louis
Now York at Cleveland.
New York 70
Host, ui f
St. Louis H
Philadelphia, 1 ; Chicago. 0.
Boston, 4; Pittsburgh.
Cincinnati, 7: Brooklyn. 2.
(10 Innings i
St. Umls, lm New Yolk. 7.
their eucountur ut th4 Hidlen Sagel
arena in Aurora od PrWSy night
it wiii our BteailiM to fitnetaj a
little irl4H ."diibliHin viven by Man
henhy ACAINST OHIO ,i-n and Jack piackbfrn, and the lit
OHAU GAME FROM FIRE "' ''"M"'1 e cblared
boy m ijr. ai lasniou in ioi.uu..ii io
AFTER IT APPEAH8 TO BE I thu; work. BaiBU .in a couple of
I OST. 11 1 "'ouii i joe. iio mini-
i. k.-.i ra m .in t iiui t to y, tMinnu
u-,..i iii what bo ma exiwct once the
Both Boxers Ready.
Both lighters are about ripe for tilt
mill. They will taper off in their work
today, and go to Aurora tomorrow
gam.- against Mcndota, ai't,.rnooii to got a good night's rest
when he hulled another no hit gain.' Ix-t'ore weighing in at o'clock oil l-'rl-against
Ohio. Jimmy mude funs of.duy
the Tiskilwa surroundings sit up and! iti the event Midget Smith, who
take notice aud made Mooh Komiuc Mies Joe Hunnuii at Kast Chicago
Puntuu: biirlcr. who is performing fur on Seiit. 'I arrives in the city as pen
588 f Ohio, look like a big ihese. j schadttle, he will be at the ringside
570 Lynch was put into the fray in the with his sister trainer,
gtflsaaoad (Ming) after PllelM Wiwrist1 Surprise for Mike JDundee.
ju (hud been kmnked out of the box. Ble-j Kruiikie Schaff.r g'ts all excited
44t grist started on the mound for Henry, wbon it is IntUnatvd to him that lie
40'j ' hut iMJti i farg wj well. During his will be Mts) picking for Mike Dundee
1'ltcher .lltmny Lynch of the Otta
wa CltlMi team, who U pitching for
Henry, III., In the uiiuual baseball
ti uruuinent al Tiskilwa. offered a du-
Chicago at Brooklyn.
Cincinnati at Philadelphia. (2)
St. Louis ut Boston. (2)
Pittsburgh at New York. (2)
he had and shot them across
in clever fashion, turning tin
ing oats men back In order,
the semblance of a hit. In
his givat i 1i rtlTtasSS Ohio
another run in the ninth
through errors by Henry
bringing their total up to 6.
this time Henry had taken
hold. ami. starting with
The La Salle Tribune has some Koth's home run they sen.
YOUTHS PLAYED STAR
GOLF IN VALLEY MEET
time on the rubber. Ward Miller, for
mer trhlcugo Cuh star: Shirty Shel
don, mtnbr Of the local aggrega
tion, ami several other heavies on the
Ohio team knocked him all over the
lot, aud Ohio scored live runs off
his offerings. "Red' Williams, man
aging the Henry team, wanted to save
Lynch for today's hat tie, but was
forced to put bim into action yester-!
Jmwny tore loose with
when thev tangle up In their ten
rounder on the same bill. He declares
he wil surprise bis friends, and Incl-i
deatSlljr Mike, once they get in the
Tickets for the show are going at
B steady clip. Promoter Mullen re-'
ports, and Re sees a packed house.
Tickets are on sale at 129 North Dear
born st ret and 15:! North Clark streot.
A soeciul train in two sections will;
.thing leave the W
i terminal of the
Aurora and Klgin Klectric at ',
6;".0 p. in. Chicago time.
ill and ;
of the golf tournament at Deer cieat runs to put over a nice win by
. . La 1ft hhjiIm 'P. i, it nfrl W
Park last week and gives notice to
the hoys who participated. Among
the Quartet of youths was Kdward
Plumb of Streator. The Tribun.' -story
Youth put up a game battle in the
Illinois Valley golf tournament, which
def lhat their line-up be constituted j was played at the Deer Park Countrj
oitfy tie vdrjr 'best players in Hie
cliih. Trial this can be proven Is 'it
tested by, the .following selection, :,:i
nounced after a heated jungle which
lasted fiijly an hour before the w liue i
ami Josef wwe aanouneii, wittt Oi
inga, as follows:
tf"kroy. 1 Megaffln.
La Clair. A. Tavlor.
Armstrong. (J, 'Woelfel.
f, Wiley. Kitzpatrick.
trawn. G. S. Wiley.
i'lnley. i B.. Davidson.
B. jjavidson. red Johnson.
Biss. P. Taylor.
French. De Berard,
C, Woelfel, Van Schoick.
A. C. Oilman. Deane.
Joltn. Oilman. Woodward.
C6rbus. O Jolmson.
G. Kisher. Sid Weisse.
Gerding. W. Scherer.
Poole, I Parr.
Jfc' M. Jordan. Cook.
K. Kelly. Dr. UessllUfe.
StiefeJ. T. Belirose.
Y-.Bellrose. J Dougherty.
Johnson. J. Meckenstot k
Mb Gelger. Turntiw.
H. V. Pettit. A.vey.
F. Scherer. tc, Sanders.
Dajjielsou. 0. Farnsworth.
J, iv Herring. ('. H. Sharp.
C. Griggs. C. P. Herring.
Stoetling. H. L. Smith.
club this week and the half dozen
voiuiuslers gave many a veteran of
the links a merry chase before the
old timer emerged from his mutch.
Five boys, every one of them un
der sixteen, participated in the
championship events and they all
gave good accounts of themselves.
The youngsters were Walter Plumb
of Streatcr, John Oilman Jr. of Otta
wa. J. Uorsey of Streator. George
Wiley Jr. of Ottawa and Hilly Mason
Jr. of Deer Park. Nelson of S'reator
who won the championship honors
iu the second Sight, is also just a
"kid." having esddJed on the Streator
TO EMMA HARVESTER
Poughkeepsie. N. Y.. Aug. 24. Km
nu Harvester, by The Harvester, out i
if Adioo Dillon, for which W. H Cane I
u the Good lime statues or itosnen, ;
paid IJ'UMiii u fortnight
trot, the feature event of the openin
. ., captured 1 lie Knickerbocker
ui a piopur aiaiiuer itoiu nil anoiiiei i, , ,
i '", uer, . 'lav s card at the Grand Circuit races
Lynch performed he d.dnt allow a w;.nlav .;,nuin piloted the mi re
hit or a run. Only three men reach-,,;, . straj;4,u hwat vk.lory over a
ed Inst base alter he went in. Two c, f.,i(1 .,m, lning p th(. rasteel
were walked by Lynch, while the;, , . ,,.. .,.. in ,h(, nr.i
Two breeders' clua . sweepstakes
, ... , ..... n.T.fll t 1t..l..n
1 atau Aero ucc.ueu, suiini aim inw-
Dillon winning that tor
at first a mile, WSfl called safe on
error on the part of the Henry first I
Charley Itoth. star catcher for the
Cubs, is also playing with the Henry
aggregation. Roth clouted Pitcher
Routine's first offesfctg for a circuit
delve IDs biickstnpplng wax excel
lent and he, together with Jimmy,
were touted as being the "big boys''
of the tournament
In lh" first game, yesterday, Brad
ford defeated Princeton :i to 2 in a
very interesting battle.
Specials For Princeton.
This nionilng Manager Dunn an-
Tom Acketmau accounted for the 3
year old event, piloting Stella Wood
to a split heat victory over Pop Geers' j
links no further laek that a year ago i oince,l that member's of the local
association have made arrangement:
for two special interttrban cars to
convey local baseball funs to Prince
ton next Sunday to witnesn tin
1-riiirot.ou-OIUwa game. The special in hmmw as uneven
ears will leave the up-town station
Plumb Youngest of All
Kdward Plumb was the "ba.by golf
er" of the lot. He is just 12 years
old and he is a mighty sweet little
olaver. He Is a sou of Waller Plumb.
who has been one of Streator's best i at 12:20 o'cluck and will arrivt
players for many years, und it tip. Princeton at
pears as though the voungster has in- IJllim (bat all those wishing
herited some of his dud's stylish t0 "'akc reservations lor the special
form. He was eliminated in the ; l!lr " should leave their names at ei
rourth flight by Donald Opdyke of his bsadquarters or at Mitch s
La Salle, and then iu the consolation clKur "tore. A special rate has been
race he lost to the veteran Woelfut ' Kranted the local association lor each1
of Morris. Even though he was ,U j passenger, it being cut to $1.65 a!
feuted the kid cane through with a ! roull(l mI- 1
6 on one of hla rounds. u is expected that approximately
Wiley and Oilman of Ottawa both rou la"K avlM Journey to Princeton,
looked mighty good in their perform
BOUT IS CALLED OFF!
New Haven. Conn., , Aug. 2C The
New Haven lioxing commission has
announced that it hail refused to sanc
tum a proiosed ooxing match between
Hill lireumm ut Chicago, and Hany
Darneiile of VVasbitigtoii, scheduled to
be held in this city on Sept. 1 The
commission's announcement said it re-
understood the promoters will take
the uuostloti before tb- slate boxing
auces. I hey gave t he 'style of a pro
fessional and their drives average
Weil up with men twenty years old
er than they.
One of Wiley's interesting perform
ances was in his speed contest, in
which he tied for first place. In
playing the long No. 2 hole. witli
while hundreds of others will motor
Game of Chess Is Old,
The game of chess seems to have
been known in Hiudoostan by the name
of Cheturanga. It was changed by
the Persians Into Cbetrang, nut the
Arabs, who took possession of that
only a mid-Iron and on a dop; trot i country, had neither the Initial nor
the youngster reeled off a par at 5. j the final letters rf that word in their
. alphabet. Consequently they altered
CHICAGOAN WINS I t,,e rmnie t0 Shetranj. Though at one
i time tne Chinese claimed to Have
played chess In 174 B. C the Hindus
played It long before that time.
All-Day Football Match.
1 An aunuiil event In the town of
Ashbourne, Kug., Is a "round-tbe-town"
football match, which tnkes place n
Ithtwe Tuesday. The number of play
ers la unlimited and the goals me lo.
cated Mn a stream four miles apart.
be gsta usually starts early iu the
ay and lasts well Into the night.
Portland, Ore.. Aug. 23. Charles J.
McCarthy of the Chicago Fly Casting
cluh won the all-around championship
at the thlrtenth annua! national fly
and bait casting tournament which
ended here yesterday, according to of
ficial announcement today. There
wete forty-five points against Mc
Carthy. William Stanley of the Illinois Cast
ing club was second with fifty points
and G. G. Chatt, also of the Illinois
club, third with fifty-t.even points. H
l. Heetiieid of the Illinois club was
awarded the special bait event.
Hy piling up so many points, the
Illinois Casting club was awarded the
pennant of the National Association
of Scientific Angling Clubs.
Cleveland. (). was hosell as the
place for the next tournament in 1922.
O. C Lucke was elected president
F. J. Lunc, secretary, and E. N. Town,
treasurer. All are from Chicago.
This will be the last
Thursday evening dance
of the season.
Dancing every Sunday
evening the balance of
the season. Music by
For further particulars
phone the agent of the C. j
O. & P.
W: W. L1NDLEY.
11UHOIS STATE FA IU
ft. kADTH ItTlTKM
$)53S2 IK PREMIUMS
I26 IN SPEED
Princeton vs. Ottawa
SUNDAY, AUG. 28th
?-f CA Round
War Tax 12c W
Special train will leave Ottawa, Hfc 12:30
noon, returning leave Princeton, 111., 6:30 P.
M. -Tickets will be good on this special going
and returning, also on all regular cars return
CHICAGO, OTTAWA AND PEORIA
For full inloimataoi J.
aspirations for American lawn tenuis
doubles cbAmplonsblp honors w. re de
feated yesturda WnNi three leap
from overseas were eliminated bv
American oomniuatioun in the sec md
ropud of the title tournament on ihe
courU ot tbu Lont(ood Cricket ulub.
1 be laoilish Davis cup 'umluii.it ion
or Aoosuam ana. Turnbull wnu de
feated by U K Wiiii.o,, . and Fritz
ikistlan, ml, Idle western champions,
i ,'. 6 X. t, :(, t. 4.
I'lU) Hrltiah teem uf Uiwe and My
"i t lost In stnUgbt nets to Uumh and
Lkdl, -2, tl- 4.
rite Klttsey bnithers defeated Oil
Davis Cup Pair Win.
Williams and Washburn had an easy
time of it with the Provlduncu-eouibl
nation of Dana and Shaw, allowing
their opponent! only two games In the
first two sets. They cllncued their
latch in the, third: set,' but only after
Dana and Shaw hud won mure games
than iu the prevlolts two sets
shuw twice and. Dana omle iuude
their service gaint victors., but the
Davis cup combination bmko thVotigh
at other tliiies to gmt the necen;u ix
The middle western tllleholders,
1 i I ' I
Williams .del lltistyuii, displujryd
beHl tenuis ol lb., day in defeat
the DdUab, doubles chumplons. w
IllMIl and Turnbull. Th' Will he
to another severe test today wl
they meet William T. Tlldttn 11. i
To Remove, Lead In a Quntiarrsl.
Chtfiijtosjry ure and stMU nil
acid will ditsoDe the ia uod
uttnek (Tie mettil of H gonbUrrer'tml
the acid In-, ,,iu,.., diluted wuh a IU
water. To remove tha u UI, pur
of It out and wipe the gun dry w
a rug soake In olive ut fiottuh s,
oil, Do not get tha aeW on the. hm
or clothing. If, by chance, tln h
pens, wnslf It off Immediatfrjf
water and then with some v4fc'alir
T S A FACT listen:
ou know what you've
always wanted a cigarette to do.
Chestertields do it.
They not only please your
taste hut they do another thing
They give to your smoking a
"completeness" that is altogether
new and different.
Those fine tohaccos Turkish,
Burley and other choiee Domestic
varieties are blended right.
That's why you get "'satisfy"
And the blend can't be copied.
There's no use looking for
'satisfy" anywhere else.
Don't try it try Chesterfields.
--and the blend
cant be copied
Have you seen tho nw
AIR-TIGHT tint of SOT
Ltootrr & Mvias Tobacco Co.
Phone Ottawa 9000
Fried Spring Chicken Dinners, $2.00
SUNDAY EVENING ,
ON BEAUTIFUL NEW LOBBY MARBLE FLOOR
SULPHUR LICK SPRINGS HOT
it i "
On Starved Rock Trlail.
We cater to special
dinner and stag parties
on short notice.1
THE FAIR OF QUALITY
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