c:jt, cor corn covs smE
ALL to get vi ws era
League Standings Jj
f. py Bruce Copeland. ,
'"' Do a las park tonight will be the
ocm of virtually a championship
10-round boat between Al Van Ryn
and Johnny Schaser, both ot at.
Paul, ;, . y
.Championship seems to be the
Suitable appellation for the bout that
will determine the point ot su
premacy between these splendid
lightweights. Otherwise words
Trained to the minute and rarln'
to go,. Van Ryn and Sehaner hare
Worked up trl-city - enthusiasm to
nek a pitch that the question ot
one's superiority over the other is
brim-full with all. the interest ot a
title natch. .
. "Rattle to Death." "
' Although no title will be at stake,
the boys will be In there fighting
tor s; fartlre chance, maybe some
day, to be matched with the best
beys bf their dlrislon. There need
be M telling of what Is held dear
tO'tfamn both, but, In oft-quoted
words. It will be a battle to the
" -'Promoter "FatM Smith has done
everything possible for the accom
modation of a capacity "house," this
being the first open-air boxing show
every tMd in Rock Island. "Fat"
has provided several things to make
the event an Innovation In Rock
Island boxing, , He and his assist
ants have worked day. and night
to get the diamond arena In shape
for the mill. Tonight will show
bow we they have succeeded In
ntakfcg this card one of the best.
' ' Tan In Grand Shape,
ven Ryn arrived in town early
this morning after a week's inten
sive training with Mike and Tom
my Gibbons. Van has spent most
of the time since last meeting
Schauer, at a camp on one ot the
many lakes near St Paul. He was
steak as a greyhound and tanned to
a-xrassle when here .before. -Today
hit tan Is several shades darker and
tS lithe form of the trained ath-
Itr more pronounced.
Indications are that -both boys
will enter the ring at 134 pounds.
Sthauer worked out here yesterday
afternoon nnd his admirers were
loud in praise of his condition. Van
'. Ryn, having arrived only this raorn
' log, will indulge In no training aft
er hts strenuous week with the Gib
bonies. Van believes he is in the
hast condition of hts life and is oat
to slop or otherwise defeat Sehaner
aa soon' aq .possible. ,
In order, to allay all doubts as
to possible foul blows. Promoter
.Smith has ordered that both boys
. display their cups to t competent
Jtidges before the bout There is
qtlte apt to be much wlldness, par
ticularly in the early rounds. In
tola event, the boy who uses the
meet caution will be at an advan
tage. Van. with his superior boxing
ability, may be able -to withstand
the wild, rushing in-fighting of
Sehaner, which 1 reputed to be
the letter's best attack. Schauer
is expected to use the same style
displayed in their formor meeting,
see king to win as early as possl-
The fact that a grudge is said to
exist between the battlers la not
uncommon, but serves to boost the
interest of the mill Many have
been egged on by their respective
followings until they entered the
ring, literally disposed to chop
away vindictively, in this . case.
Van Ryn and S'jbauer, who is the
veteran of the two, will meet for
' Sehaner the Veteran.
Behauer is the veteran in point
Ot activity, having engaged in sev
eral score fights. Van Ryn will en
ter the ring tonight for the 14th
time. Schauer will be the trickier
ot the two, resdrtlng to every tac
Ho as utilized by the big fellows.
Van Ryn, a student ot the game in
lt finer points, will put to effect
hla best knowledge ot how to stop
Ms opponent In addition to this,
hla tatorlng by the Gtbbonses is
Ukely to stand out preeminently.
t decline to predict any result
aatil after I see the boys in ac-
tioe. I count it a misfortune never
to have seen Schauer In the ring.
However, both boys are grand lit
tl battlers, and tonight's engage
ment smacks or a toothsome dish
tot the tri-clty boxing fraternity.
i Looks Good AH Throngh.
The perltminariea have been ar
ranged with utmost skill to ronnd
ut a card that will probably open
4 new era in boxing hereabouts.
In arranging the general details
af 'the card, Paddy Qnlnn, co-pro-
noter of "rat" smith, has worked
nke a Trojan, and deserves the
. THBEX-KTS LE1GTS.
. w.- U-
Bloomington ..'.....41 ' M
Evansville - :-.. . .'. .39 S5
Rockford . . . .v.-.v. . .41 89
Cedar Rapids .41 S
Peoria Al 49
Terre Haute . . . . . 38 , 38
JfeUne M ,
BUCK I8LAHD ..,,53
Brooklyn V... .". '. . . .49
St Louts ...........40
New York ..........37
Boston v 31
New York ....
Washington . , 38
St Louis 39
Terre Haute, 4; Rock Island, 3.
(11 Innings). .
Moline, 9-0; Evansville, 1-2. ,
Cedar Rapids; 3; Peoria, 0.
Rockford, 4-2; Bloomington, 1-3.
Brooklyn. 4; Chicago, 3.
Philadelphia, 7; Cincinnati, 6.
Pittsburgh, 9; Boston, 8.
No other games scheduled.
, American League.
New York, 13; St Louis, 10.
Cleveland, 5; Philadelphia, U
Washington-Chicago, rain. .
Boston-Detroit, rain. . .
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Only Half Over.
PLOWS AND EVAS
SPLIT EVEN BY
BOX AND BLOOMS
Evansville, Ind.. . July 16. After
losing six straight games, the Evas
shook, their Jinx and won the last
game of the double-header from
Moline won the first game, 9 to 1.
Cummings, an Amherst Univer
sity hurler, dropped by Clncinnat
tl recently, started the first game
and was knocked out of the box in
the second frame after permitting
five hits and five runs.
Beck, who pitched the first game
for the Mackmen, hurled fine ball
and allowed only fonr bits.
Bloomington, 111., July 16. Rock
ford and Bloomington split a twin
bill here yesterday, the locals los
ing the first, 4 to 1. and winning
the second, 3 to 2, In 13 Innings.
i.lndeman. a Cedar Rapids semi-
pro, showed great form in his first
Conkwrieht pitched masterful
halt -.. '
Lenahan's triple in the seventh
with a man on tied the score,
Three singles in the 13th scored
the winning run. Foelsch's homer
In the fifth gave the Rox their sec-
The scores: ,
- nodtford AB. K. H. PO. A. E
Pearce, ss 6 0 0 1 5 0
Brennan, rt 4 1 ' 3 1 0 0
Braht, 2b 3 1 1 6 3 0
Rigsby, c 4 0 10 0 0
Hauk. 3b 4 1 2 0 1 0
Gallegoa, cf 4 0 0 6 0 0
Sorenson, If .... 4 1 2 2 0 0
Poelsch. lb 4 0 1 10 0 0
Voight, p 4 0 1 0 2
Totals 37 4 11x26 10 0
xJantzen out on infield fly.
Bloomington AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Coltrin, ss ...
Fothergill, cf .
Sykes, lb ....
Snyder, c ...
Lenahan, 3b . .
Zantzen, If ..
Loftus, If ..
Meyers," 2b .
Groh, ss ....
Young, c ...
Wiere, lb ..
Cummins, p .
Cotiies, p ...
Jones, If ...i
Denfel, c ....
Lord, rf-lf 3
Ray, 2b 4
Mack, lb ...3 1
Beck, p 3 2
Aitchison, rf .....3 1
.29 1 4 27 12 1
Totals 36 9 11 27 8 0
Evansville' 0 0 00 0100 01
Home run Jones. Three base
hits Aitchison, Schollenberger,
Runser. Two base hit Loftus,
Sacrifice hit Meyers. Left on
bases Evansville, 6; ' Moline, 4.
Bases on balls Off Cummings, 8;
off Cotriss, 1; off Beck, 4. Hits
Off Cummings, 6 m 1 1-3 Innings;
off Cotriss, 6 in 7 2-3 innings.
Struck out By Cotriss, 3; by Beck,
New Tort. Jul 16. "BbV
Rath hi the Uth faming of the
game between New York and St
Looia yesterday bit the ball over
the top of the right Held stand for
a home ran. The hit not only won
the gam for the Taakeea, 18 to 10,
bat also equaled Rath's record of
89 home runs nude ton year,
Ward and Plpp were on baa when
Rath made the hit Under the 1920
rule the homer coasts despite the
tact that only one ran was needed.
Deae in HatY Seaaoa.
Rnth took but little mora than
half the seaaoa to equal his pre
vious record. He failed to pound
out s circuit smash in April, but
made an even dosen more in May
and June. His beat performance
was in the 13 games from May 23
to June 2, inclasive, in which per
iod he added 10 to his total.
His banner day was June 3 when
he hit three home runs in a double
header. He bunched a pair ot his
favorite four-base hits In one con
test on four octasions. May 11,
May 27, June 25 and June 30.
s Record for Year.
His record for 1920, with dates
and names of pitchers, follows
1 3Tty 1, Pennoek, Boston atvw
2 May 2, Jones Boston at Hew
S May 11, Wilkinson, Chleage at
Hew York. . -
4 May 11, Kerr, Chicago at Hew
6 May 12. Williams, Chicago at
May 23, Weflman, St Louis at
7 May 24, Leonard, Detroit at
8 May 26, Haass, Detroit at Sew
May 27, Harper, Boston at Bos
10 May 27, Karr, Boston at Bos.
11 May 29, Bush, Boston at Bos
12 May 31. Johnson, Washington
at new York.
IS Jane 2, Zarhary, Washington
at Hew York.
14 June 2, Carlson, Washington at
15 June 9, Snyder, WasMngtoa at
16 June 10, Okrie, Detroit at De
17 June 13, Myers, Cleveland at
Cleveland. , . , ,
18 Jane 16, Fsber, Chicago at Chi-
19 Jane 17, Williams, Chicago at
20 June 23. Shocker, St. Louis at
21 June 2e, Pennoek, Boston at
22 June 2&, Pennoek, Boston at
28 June 80, Bighee, Philadelphia
24 June 30, Perry, Philadelphia at
23-Joly 9, Oldham, Detroit at Row
86 July 10, Dams, Detroit at How
,; IN OLD FORM
w , m
i v -
TO SEEK FAME
May Give Other More
Time to File Entrie
Antwerp, July 16. Entry llata
for the athletic events in the
Olympic which dosed yesterday,
showed only 18 countries contesting.
Accentances. nowever, were re
ceived from several others, whose
lists have not arrived.
It is the general opinion in
Olvmoic circles that the rule call
ing tor the closing of the entriei
one month before tne events an
nlace will not be too closely, en
The nations listed to date are:
Canada, Chile, Egypt, Denmark.
Spain, the United States, Finland,
England, Greece, ' Holland, Italy,
TjiTerabnnr. Poland. South Africa,
Sweden. Switzerland. Czecho
VIECZ3T ISIOIIAIlDa r
- QTjAimZD touezt
(Br tWtta Tnm.l
rhiMM JniT 16. Vincent Rich
ards of New York today wag Quali
fied to meet Lucieo Williams of Chi
cago In the semi-finals of tha na
tional clay court tennla champion
ahip at South Side Tennis club.
Richards defeated Waiter t.
Hayes of Chicago by brilliant play
ing yesterday and Williams elim
inated Jerry Weber. '; :
aim if. Sanair. Chicago, regis
tered another upset, defeating Joe
Armstrong of St Paul.
YESTERDAY'S HERO: D.k.
RuUu The swat king caQei 2
1918 record by hitting koaii.
the 11th inning with two cellr
eoabllng the Yanks to keat
Browns. It to 10. ' 7
. HTTTINO of Speaker asdew
man enabled the Indians fc)S
the Athletics tto 1 h J
TWO runs in the ninth
enabled the Phils to come frceTw
hind and heat the Reds, 7 to I
LEE, a Pirate pinch hter eJ
gled in the ninth inning and faZ
in' the run that beat the Btim
9 to 8. 1
THE Dodgers made it 18 wbj
Tn the doubles yesterday the fol
lowing comnmaaoM were Umt of the last 20 starts by btatht
..1.5 Jlm Vaughn and the Cub., to H
aiCKe iWlsUIU awsrw .
a, at eaeuel UsWItV VlOeY
Cleveland and Walter Weetbrook of
Detroit and Edmund Lory and
Wallace Bates of Berkeley, Cal,
Squalr meets Lin Murray and
Ralph Burdlck meets Roberts in
Grand Island, Neb., July iJ
John Pesek, Sbelton, Neb., wrestlei
,. t.-.-n,: ti .
EVANS AND JONES
CLASH FOR HONOR
ON MEMPHIS LINKS
Memphis, Tenn., July 16. Golf
enthusiasts ' were following with
keen interest toda the match be
tween "Chick" Evans of Chicago
and "Bobby" Jones of Atlanta, Ga.,
two of the four survivors in the
amateur championship tournament
of the Western Golf association,
which entered its final stage.
In other matches, the opponents
were Henry Wenzler, Memphis, and
Clarence Wolff. St Louis.
"Bobby" Jones defeated Clar
ence Hubby, Jr., of Dallas, Texas,
VICTOR ON WATER
Erie, Pa., July 16. Sure Cure,
Detroit, yesterday captured the
world's championship for class D
displacement power boats.
SPORTS ..4 ...
27-July 11, Ehmke, Detroit at Hew
28- July 14, Davis, St Louis at Hew
29- July 16, Burwell, St Leub at
ELLBANE AND ROOT
TO FIGHT ON JULY 28
' Cleveland, Ohio, July 16. Johnny
Kilbane, featherweight champion,
... J . . r . 1 i m
Iauu aiue ivwi, vivvoiiuiu, will
meet in a 10-round fight here July
28. Cal Delaney, Cleveland light
weight will meet Willie Bereher, i
Cleveland, over the same distance
in the semi-final . ,
8. Umpires Spade
Time of game 1:50.
Total 31 1 6 27 10 1
Score by innings:
Bloomington 010 000 000 1
Three-base hit Brennan. Two
base hits Rigsby, Hauk. Struck
out By Main, 4; by Voight, 0.
Bases on balls OS Main, 0; off
Voight, 2. Left on bases Rock
ford, 5; Bloomington, 6. Stolen
base Snyder. Sacrifice bit Brant
Umpire Burnside. Time ot game
1:40. Attendance 1,250.
Rockford AB. R. H. PO. A. E
Pearce, ss 6 0 0 5 6 1
Brennan, rt 6 1 2 0 0 0
Rigsby, c ..
Hauk, 8b ....
Gallegos, cf .
Sorenson, If .
Foelsch. If ..
THAT Bfi8B M7Mj '
Totals 43 3 637 IS 3
zOne out when winning run was
Bloomington AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Kellerman, 2b .. 6 0 1 2 2 1
Coltrin, as 5
Fothergill, cf .
Sykes, Ib-cf ..
zDunn, c .....
Lenahan, 3b' v.
Jantsen, It ....
Totals ........43 8 11 39 15
xDunn retired in seventh.
zx Ran for Dunn in seventh inning.
score ny innings:
Bloom ton ..1090019000001-4
Homo run fbelsch. Three base
hit Lenahan. Two baas hits
Brennan, Haak, Thompson. Bacrl-
nos Bits Brant CoHrln. Rtoisn
naaaa ransrniaa. Coltrtn. Brkea
r Bj IHOsaisn (iMhssgUL)
B ML 1 " 'ps'SUsSl
Evansville AB. R, H. PO. A. E.
Bashang, cf .
Loftus, If ..
Meyers. 2b ..
Groh, ss ....
Lothes, c ...
Wiere, lb ..
Peters, rf ..
Shields, p ..
JUNIOR TRACK AND
FIELD MEET TODAY
IN HARVARD BOWL
Totals ... ..
Aitchison, rt ,
.23 2 7 21 10 1
Schollenberger, cf 3
Cambridge, Mass, July 16 The
Junior track and field events for
the Olympic try outs will be staged
at Harvard stadium here today.
Stars of the cinder path from all
parts of the country were entered
in the junior tryouts.
Williamson, tne army runner.
was a ravonte in tne loo-yard dash.
He will run against Bart Macchla
and Jim Downey of Boston. Wil
liamson is also entered in the 230-
Ray Robertson of Boston A. A.
was expected to be the feature of
the quarter-mile. He will have sev
eral strong contenders, however,
one being Lloyd Granger and an
other Ted Spits, the Tech runner.
.26 0 6 18 8 1
Lord. If 8
Ray, 3b 3
Mack, 2b 2
Woodhead, p ....3
(Seven innings by agreement)
Three base hit Meyers. Two
base hit Aitchison. Stolen
Groh, Loftus, Meyers. Sacrifice
hits Mack, Wiere. Lett on bases
Evansville, 7; Moline, 7. Bases
on bails OS Woodhead. 1 Hit by
pitcher By Shields (Aitchison);
by Woodhead (Oroh.) Struck out
By Shields, 3; by Woodhead, L um
piresLewis and Spade. Time
of gams 1:10.
Atlaatlo City. July 16V fitasoh
Mlotkowski of Los Angeles, wont
into the lead of tha masters' chess
ton mam ant
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1 WOCK imiukMo. ttx. I
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at wholesale prices. We are manufacturing a
high grade leaf pipe tobacco at SSc a pound.
Star, Horseshoe, Climax, Stronghold Chewing
Prince Albert, Tuxedo, Velvet and Edgeworth,
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Prince Albert; Tuxedo, Velvet, Edgeworth
Bull Durham, 10 cent seller, 4 for 35c, $1 per
Union Leader Buckets 5c
Camels, Lucky Strikes, Chesterfields, Spurs,
Belus and Piedmonts, $1.70 per carton
All our cigars at wholesale prices
Reck ls!ed Tohco Store
327 Twentieth St
Wv pay the postage. ir accept
Busy Carpenters demand
More Shelf -Room so we
commenced this sensational
This gigantic money-saying sale will attract people from
all directions. In magnitude, in farnreaching savings, and
in the quality of the clothing involved, this sale boasts nc
SMASH GO PRICES
ON MEN'S SUITS
Up to $40 Men's
Fine Suits at
Up to $45 Men's
Fine Suits at
Men's $50 Roches
ter made Suits
Men's $60 fine All
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Men's $65 Hand
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MEN'S SHOES y2 PRICE
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$6 $7 $9
STRAW HATS V2 PRICE
ttM Hats. $5 Hats. f4 Hats. U Hats
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