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12 "" BVENINO- LEDGES-PHILADELPHIA, WlfiUJ "AX' """
TRAVERS DEFEATS MARSTON FOR THE LYNNEWOOD HALL GOLF
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JEROME TRAVERS WINS
GOLD GOLF CUP TODAY
AT NOBLE TOURNAMENT
By Defeating Maxwell R.
MarBton in Lynncwood
Hall Match Gains Per
manent Possession o f
Trophy. 2 up and 1 to Play
NOUU2, Pn., June 2J.-Tlie Inrvcat Bftl-lr-
tlint every witnessed n Rolf match In
thin city law Jerome D. Trnvcrs, the
national open and four-time amateur
champion, defeat Maxwell 11, Marston,
Jew Jersey amateur champion. In tho
final round for the Lynncwood Ilnll cup
at the Huntingdon Valley Country Club
Travers mnrgln was 2 up and 1 to
play, although nt one time ho u no
lets than 5 up.
As Travera won tho Lynnewoori Hall
cup, the gift of Mrs. George Wldener, In
1101 and 1908, this makes his third leg.
Hence It la now his personal property.
Tho match was really won In tho first
Ave holes, all of which were captured by
Travers In four figures. Harmon's putting
was a. bit uncertain and tho best ho could
jet on them was one over par.
He found his form In the Bixtli and won
it with a "bird" three, and following
halves In the 7th and 8th, In par, ha won
the 9th when Jerry's second went out of
A brllllons 20-foot, down-hill putt for
it two won the 10th holo for Marston and
by reason of a better second shot ho won
the 11th, so Travers' lead was then but
Marston holed another good putt on
the 12th for a half In threa. but after
hitting a treo with his second tn the
Uth, he lost the hole and was 2 down.
Although n hal fin putt four resulted In
the lltn, Travers won the 15th by getting
down from 10 feet for a "bird."
Ho was then dormle three, and Marston
Btlll lighting won the long 16th with a
six to a. seven, Travers driving Into tho
Marston had a slim chance to win tho
17th, but ho needed to' holo a "0-foot putt
for a three, and when he missed by but,
b. few Inches the match went to Travers.
4 3 5 4 3 4 o 5 639
S 4 8 S 4 3 B
In 2 4 3 6 4 4 6 4
Travers wo oven with par to the 9th,
whore he took a six and reached tho
turn In two over par, whlla Marston was
out In four over. On tho eight holts com
ing home Travers nnd Marston were both
two strokes over par.
Only two of the flrst nine holes In the
match between Trnvers and Doctor Nelf
fer were halved. These were the flrst
nnd second, the first In fives and the sec
ond In thices. Travers Rained the lead In
the third and lost It In the fourth. A nice
jigger shot and two putts gavo Jerry a
throe on the fifth and the lead. A scream
ing drive and well-played Iron followed
by a perfect approach put Travers within
a foot of the seventh hols, and he won
It with a "bird" four. He was then three
up, having won tho sixth with a four to
five. He got another four to another flvo
on the eighth and was four up, but Doc
tor Nlcrter reduced tho lead to three at
the turn, whnn Trnvnra ttAir n...
Bounds. Even so, Jerry almost got a half.
ft 25-foot putt for a four, hitting the back
of the cup and Jumping out. Halves In
three and four followed and after Trnv.
ers hod made a nhenomonal shot out of
o bunker off tho JIth green ho took three
putts and lost tho holo,
,.. P01"'"' half In four resulted In tho
llth, and when Jerry copped the next two
holes In fours to fives he won tho match.
His four In the 15th was quite remarka
ble. His teo shot rested In the bank ot
the stream, below the level of the ground
yet h landed his second of the green and
W0.1 ""J101"' Dor Nleffer taking three
putts. The cards:
Travers, out i ilill H
Dr. Nleffer, out.. BS6B4B7B
Travers, In 3 4 S 4 4 4
Ur, NMffer, In... 3 4 4 4 6 5
The only other golfer who has won this
vnt three times Is H. B. McFarland.
He won In 1903, wi and 1905, while Tra
'I.t.cur, h1" two ,e"s I" 130 and
in the semifinals of the second 18 Sidney
Bharwood defeated II. H. Krancln 2 and 1.
ou c,:' a same margin
SL3E3 flSSW Cr,c,et c,Sb- s
, Semifinal Hound..
llit5tiiWv"nn7. Bjltuarol. defaaiad nichsrd
01t, II, , C. C. U up and i to play """
i k.. BnWnal Hound.
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''nV,: ".. l:? "". iwnoids. Wovtiburv
vDunirjr viuu, s up and i i0 D.y.
iom, won from Wllnoa
tstad 1, b.
l .M, uy
Jamaica Race Entries
for Tomorrow's Meeting
V -ii n
l?aUtfr . B?.TJlUn?t ! 0Vi"r,
31X1, Zjldy Atkln. 111 V iinuu. iat iii.;
i". S1' Atkln, lie, Vlumeaa,
Utah llnna tin, nl.it ,i ...iT
ljnn. f3 I Jmim Ksnna Hs' BrlomvaU, JOTr
HII of tha HltchHi. Mi Ulvan. iAi. ,r
110. HeMrfctu, 103; tovoisnd. jffr.
i.Plr,i. "?. '"-. -W-Mt and up. 0 fur.
SUiji ra,for l-ytar-oMn and up, aaillag,
JJ4 mUa-Or In Krlup, lip. Jd RltlSjUi. UW
IuUat. I9i AowiflT III. Whiiu, ST.
ipMntl aUewa,aa iro.l.
WaathK wW aa4 wtndyt trak fast.
Flflb raca, far 4.yar-oId and up. wIllnK-
I OHO-OHO I If WASSA )
' T- -- MATT&l-y
PHILLIES WIN IN .
Continued from l'e One
over first Hjrne singled to center, scor
ing llaticroft. Nlehoffs pop fouled to
Merklo. Cr.ivoth singled to left centre,
Hrrne reaching third. Ludcrus bounded
to Doyle, and llyrne was out at the plate,
Doyle to Meyers, Crnvath taking sec
ond. Lobert threw out Hooker. Ona run,
two hlls. ono error.
Snodgtass dtow n pass. Ixhert forced
Snodgrass and was doubled, Klohoff to
Unncjoft to Luderus, N'lcliofr fan back
In short centre antl got Doyle's flj No
runs, no hits, no errors.
Whlttcd popped out to Doylo. Snod
grnss made a great running rntch ot
Klllefer's fly. Doylo and Markle retired
Chalmers, No runs, no hits, no errors.
Hums out, Byrne to Luderus. Nlehoff
nnd Luderus retired Fletcher. IJobcrl
son beat nut a bunt. Merklo singled to
deep right nnd Hobertion tried to score
from first, but was out at tho plate on n
fast relay. Crnvath to Nlehoff to Kllle
for. No runs, two hits, no errors,
Bancroft walked. Byrne forced Ban
croft nnd was doubled. Flotchcr to
Dojle to Merltle. Nlehoff popped to
Meyers tn front of tho plalr. No runs,
no hlls, no errors.
Meyers tiled out to Becker. Tesrcnu
lifted to Nlehoff In short right. Snod-
grnss struck out. No runs, no lilts, no
Crnvath drew a baso on balls. Luderus
fanned. Becker filed out to Ilobertson.
Whltted forced Crnvath nt second,
Fletcher to Dovlc. No runs, no hlls, no
Lob-rt wnlked. Doyle filed to Becker.
Lobert out stealing, Klllefcr to Nlehoff.
Burns called out on strikes. No runs,
no hits, no errors.
FIFTH INNING '
Klllefcr singled to left. Chalmers at
tempted to sacrifice and popped a bunt
to Lobert, who was playing cloic In.
Bancroft popped up to Fletcher. Byrne
lifted to Burns. No runs, one hit, no
Whlttcd was tinder Fletcher!) long lly.
Bancroft ran back on tho green and
pulled In Robertson's fly. Becker robbed
Merklc of a hit by a great catch. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
Nlehoff opened with n single to right.
Cravnth forced Nlehoff nnd was doubled,
Doylo to Fletcher to Morltlc. Doylo
tossed out Luderus. No runs, one hit,
Klllofer ran out to the box nnd took
caro of Meyer's pop-up. Terrcnn wan
parsed on four pitched balls. Snodgrnsa
lifted to Whltted. Tosrenu went to second
on a wild pitch. AVhlttcd got Lobcrt'o
fly. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Becker popped out to Lobert. Whltted
was called out on strikes. Lobert throw
out Klllefcr on a fast play. No runs, no
hits, no errors.
Doyle filed to Crnvath. Bancroft threw
out Burns Fletcher smashed a single
to centre. Robertson bent out a bunt,
nnd Fletcher went around to third, when
Chalmers threw wild over flrst with no
ono covering tho bag. Crnvath made a
most romarkablo one-hand catch of
SIcrkle's Btnnsh near tho right field line.
No runs, two hits, ono error.
Tcsrenu tossed out Chalmers. Bancroft
fouled to Lobert. Byrno lifted to Fletch
er in short left. No runs, no hits, no
Meyers opened with a single to right.
Murrny batted for Tesreau. Smith ran
for Meyers. Murray walked on four
straight balls. Snodgrass sacrificed,
Luderus to Nlehoff. who covered flrst.
Lobert hit to Bancroft and Smith was
out nt tho plate, Bancroft to Klllefcr.
Murrny going to third. Murray and
Lobert worked a double steal, Murray
scoring with tho tlelng run, Lobert go
ing to second. Nlehoff threw out Doyle.
One run, one hit, no errors.
Perrltt and Smith now battery for New
York. Nlehoff lifted to Snodgrnss In deep
centre. I'errltt tossed out Crnvath. Lu
dorus singled to right. Becker singled
past first, but when Ludcrus tried to
reach third ho wa3 thrown out, Merklo
to Lobert. No runs, two hits, no on-ors.
Burns singled to left. Fletcher bunted
In fiont of the plate, nnd Burns was
forced at second Klllefer to Bancroft.
Ilobertson tiled out to Whltted In deep
centre. Fletcher died stealing, Klllefer
to Bancroft. No runs, one hit, no errors.
Whltted led off with a double down the
left field foul lino. Klllefer sacrificed,
Perrltt to Merkle. Eddlo Burns batted
for Chalmers and Btruck out. Perrltt
tosied out Bancroft. No runs, ono hit, no
Mayer now pitching for Phillies. Merkle
struck out. So did Smith. Perrltt popped
to Mayer. No runs, no hits, no errors.
WIN IN FOURTH ROUND
L, C. Wister and J, R. Rowland
Tennis Match Victors at Wil
WILMINGTON, Del,, Juno M.-Excel-lent
progress was made In the third day's
play tor tho Delaware Btate lawn tennis
championship at the Wilmington Country
Club today. Two players to reach the
fourth round represented Philadelphia,
elubp, and the favorites again rule su
preme. Joe Armstrong, Pennsylvania State
champion, defeated J, Keefe, of Cynwyd,
in two sets, 6.2, fi-2, and then played J. 8.
Ulsston. Jr.. of PhllatUlphla Cricket Club.
Two Wilmington players to advance were
'0. J. Oauae, who defeated Lieutenant n.
Coyle, 6-1. 8-1. and L A. D Cazenove, Jr.,
Wilmington, who defeated Byard It.
Kraft, lladdondeld, 6-1, 7-9, 6-3.
and. Wllinlniton. by default.
UV-", T .IW t' "t- 'wriioa ana
n.f. Lukeos. WfimlRilen Ceiintry CSub, UJ,
nnvt a Uft'HUI; WHY
Brooko BdvfBrdj, Mfrlon, and Waltar Scliarta,
WITHIN ME, WHICH MtAST NER-
EVENINO r.ninnttn-imTT.AnttT.PHIA. WBDWBBDAY JUWB
FIRST OTTAWA SPRINT
GOES TO CORN BROOM
Lady Spendthrift, tho Other
Favorite, Gets Place, and Our
CONNAUGHT PARK, Ottawa, Can.,
June 23. Corn Broom and Lady Spend
thrift, two speedy animals and the favor
ites In the opening race hero this after
noon, hnd n duel to the wire, the former
winning over the mllo route In I'M-
Jockey Collins hnd the mount on the win
ner nnd McAteo on the place horse. Our
Mabelle, a 40 to 1 shot, got the show,
rttat race, for 3-year-oMa. and up, purie
400, Canadian foaled, mile Corn tlroom, ll).
Colllnn, tl to It, 2 to I toS. on, Lad)
Spendthrift, en, McAtte, .1 to 2, S to ft. 1 to
n, Kocondi Our Xtabtlle, Ml, t-'oopfr, 40 to 1,
lit to t. 0 to 1, third. Time, IN.!. Duke of
( hMter, Sukle, llnnnn Jean, Menu II and
Mauaolrua aleo ran.
St-rond rare, purae MOO. for 2-yenr-oldt, 8
fuilongv I'lill Vwtnr, til. lutna, 1 to 'i, J
In It mil. unn flnHa. tilt Mn.ffn. 11 la R. I
to 2, out, aetond; Cincinnati. 111. Smth. B to
I. men, out. ttilid Tlm, t'O'l 2-8. Itublfax,
vnpro, Joo Ittrnateln alao ran.
Third rnc, t00. for a.jcnr-olds nnd up,
selling. D turlongn Leiolt, 11.1, Mr Alee, 4 to
3. 8 tn fi, 7 to tti, wnn; Ilrandywlne, 111.
Afton, itlnl, l to 2. 1 to 0, aecond, Better
ton. 102, Vandunen, 7 In I, ft to I, 0 to .1,
third Time, t 1(1. Knjderoneroa, luchaaMb
ble, Itidlnnd, rrontler and Oold Cap also tnn.
1'ourth rnre Clmlenu Lnurler llandlcnit,
nunc 1000, .l-ynr-olrtu, I I-in mllea fountain
ray, 101, 6mth, il to J, T to ft. out, on,
ivitigie), i!H, urnneuy. i to o, i 10 t, oui,
rerond. Tnctles. Inn. Onert. 4 to 1, oven, out
third Time, 140 20, Clirr Haven atlfl rnn.
I'lflh Mio. .1-jenr-olda and up. JflOO added,
felling, ,Vi furlonxa-I.elloh.i. 100 Dorid, 1.1 to
1, ." to I, 2 to I, won, Patience, list. Action,
." to 2. tn, 1 to 2 icconil, J. II. Unrr, 10T,
Wolatrnhnlm, 40 to I, 10 tn t. .1 to 1, third.
Time, 1.CM-." Mama Johnnon. Lambs Tall,
Cormack and nonemary. also ran.
Sixth race, pumo f200 for 3-year.nlila nnd
up. selling, mllo nnd 50 yards Lady Splrl
tuelle, n.l, Mc.Mee, .1 tn 1, II tn R. .1 tn C,
uon, Lucky Uenrge, 104, Mcelinn, ft tn 2,
4 to 3, 2 to fl, second ; Weynnoke. 107. Hart
wall. IK to 1, 4 to 1. 2 to 1, third. Time,
Mrs McDuquenne, Cogs, Voladny, Jr. and
Mlldny ulsn rnn.
HAAS WILDER THAN
THE MARCH HARE
Continued from 1'nee One
Bauman, forclnf; Lapp. Oldrlnp stole
second. Mclnnts lined to High. No runs,
two hits, no errors.
Cree filed to Strunk. Hnrtzell singled
to centre. Ilnuman out, Malone to Mcln
nlH. Nuamnkcr singled to right, scoring
Hnrtzell and went to second on tho thtow
In. Wnrhop walked. Nuamaker stolo
third. High walked. Pccklnpaugh struck
out. Ono run, two hits, no errors.
Conway filed to Pecklnpaugh. Malone
filed to Crec. MalBcl throw out Kopf. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
Kopf threw out Mnlsol. 'Mullen filed
to Kopf. Cree walked. Ho was caught
napping off first and was retired, Haas
to Mclnnls to Kopf. No runs, no hits,
Hnruell picked up Haas' fly oft the
left field bleachers. Walsh beat out an
infield hit. Strunk tripled to the right
Held fence1 and Walsh scored. Lapp
singled over second, scoring Strunk.
Pccklnpaugh throw out Oldrlng. Mc
lnnls beat out an infield hit, Lapp going
to third. Mnlsel tossed out Conway.
Two runs, four hits, no errors.
Hartzell walked. Dauman walked. Nun
amaker forced Hartzell, Haas to, Con
way. Sauman atolo third. Warhop hit
to Conway, who threw post Lapp trying
to get Ilauman. who scored. Lapp then
tried to catch Nunnmakcr at third and
threw Into left field, Nunamalcor scor
ing, while Warhop went to second. War
hop took third on a wild pitch. High
walked for the third consecutive time.
Kopf threw out Pccklnpaugh, Warhop
scoring. Kopf also throw out Malsel.
Thrco runs, no hits, two errors.
Malone singled to left. Baumau mado
a beautiful catch of Kopf'a fly. Haas hied
to Pccklnpaugh, v.-ho doubled up Malone
oft Hist. No runs, ono hit, no errors.
Mullen struck out Cree walked. Mn
lono throw out Hartzell. Bnuman beat
out an Infield hit to Mnlone. Nunamnker
walked, tilling tho bases. Warhop wnlked,
forcing Creo across tho plate. Hlnh sin
gled to right, scoring Bauman. But
Sttunk's throw to Conway retired Warhop
before Nunamaker crossed the plate. Two
runs, two hits, no errors.
Bauman nnd Mullen retired Walsh.
Strunk want out the same way. Warhop
thtew out Lapp. No runs, no hits, no
WOODLAND CAR TRAM DEFEATS
GERMANTOWN 13-5 TODAY
Finnlly Wins Gamo After" Dropping
Three Successive Ones in League,
The Woodland team, after dropping
three straight games In tho Philadelphia
Ilapld Transit League during the last
few weeks, took a decided brace this
morning and swamped Germantown 13 to
5. Tha game was played at the old Bel
mont Cricket Club grounds, 13th street
and Chester avenue.
Brlttlngham, ot the victors, allowed five
hits In eight Innings, and then Meyer ro.
lleved him. During the flrst four Innings
Brlttlngham held the Germantown
scoreless and hltless. Three runs were,
batted off his delivery In the fifth Inning,
Thomas, catcher of the winning ag
gregatlon, hit the ball for a double nnd
three singles, scoring three runs.
Lefty Ttelch pitched good ball for Ger
mantown, but his support was wy poor.
He struck out 10 Woodland bftttera and
gave three bases on bUs.
MahtHUb.... 0 6 o 0 u KrafLef... .joiuii
ncuer,i'i).... o 0 z a i rord.ft,,.,. l t a a i
! raaton.c,3b. 0 0 V u i Lawler,.. . 2 0 I 3 u
luich.p..... J a o a 1 Thomaa.c. . a 4 u a i
lUynofds.cf.e 0 1 0 il Crant .lb.,,. 2 210 V o
Kttiaim'f.lf.. I i o 0 u Oraar.ab i I a 2 u
lloberta.lb..., 8 I 0 t) 1 O'Laary.lf,., 110 0 0
Maybcrry.o., 6 0 i i I Bcott.rf. ..... 0 0 10 0
lfcinahua.aa,. 10 14 0 Ilrlt'sham.p. 1 2 2 4 u
I u i u u liosartli.ia., 0 0 u.0 0
0 1 O 0 U Muyer.p
. 0 0 O 0 u
Totals BU2411H Totala
.U l2 2Tiaa
All n a
peimtntown o o o o a
Woodland 44 01 IB 00 x-3
Two-baae hlta-Creaae. Greer. Ftord, Kalcp,
Itaynolda. Sacrifte hlt Itoberta. Kraft. Flrit
Imtc on balU Off Ilrlttlniham. 0; on lUieh, si
off Mayer, 1. Htruak ou!-Hy Brittlnsbam,'
by Itefth, 10; by Maier, I. Stolen baaeaU
Sraar, niialmmana, Tbomaa (2), FVinl, KrM,
fVl.tary. lulcb. Lawler. lilt by pitched bal&
Ifth ,.I??W Itey-Wrlltlnshin? and I CrSaT
lUlk Orlttlngbam. Umpire Kirk.
LISDGER MOVIESALL THEY NEED, LOUIE, IS A
5 A BASbTRUN
YOUTH HURLS REMARKABLE GAME
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LITTLE DIPPER FIRST
AT JAMAICA COURSE
Fairbrother Gets Credit for
Piloting Winner Sprint,
Favored, Sadly Lacking.
JAMAICA, N. Y., June 25.
Little Dipper, with Fairbrother In tho
saddle, won the first rnco hero this after
noon after a thrilling finish with Favour,
a 4-to-l shot, ridden by Jockey Steward.
Show money went to Edith Baumann.
The time of the five furlongs was 1:01 4-5.
Sprint, tho John E. Madden bay filly,
was picked by all tho experts to win this
race, but ahe fell far short of expecta
tions. Sprint, Henry, Jr., and Golden
Gate also rnn.
FIrat lace, for nilleu and geldlnga, 2-year-olds,
$100 added, S lurlonm Utile Dipper,
ins, Fairbrother, 11 to n, 4 to .1. 1 to 3, won;
Faour, 100. Steward. 4 to 1. 7 to B, .1 to B,
en;ond, Edith Baumann, 110. Trailer, 8 to 1.
3 to 2, even, third. Time. 1.01 4-fl. sprint,
Henry. Jr , and dotden Oaia nieo ran.
Second race, .1-jcar-olda, 0 furlongi Car
laverock, 102, McTaKKart, T to 2, 7 to 5, .1
to 5, won, Hvelyn C., tiT, Lilly, R to 2, ewn.
1 to 2, aerond; Gammon, 104, Hoffman, M to
1. 8 to 1, 4 to 1. third. Time, 1 14 4-5. Heat
lllb anil Tucker, OalniborouKh, Lights Out,
EserlH, Lou Uluo and Dolly Madlaon alao ran.
Third rare, n-year-olda. selling, puree 1400, a
furlonga Ethan Allen, 101, McCahey. 16 to 8,
0 to 10, 1 to 3, won; Outlook, 07, Lilly, even,
2 to A, cut, aacondi Illnah Do, 107. Hopkins.
ft to 2, 3 to fi, 11 to 20. third. Time, 1:15.
Hiker, Slnal jinil Ooodnood also ran.
Fourth race, the King's Cup, $1500 added,
','. n;yr-olrti. nnd un. 1 1-1)1 mllea Stromboll,
?',:.l'.ufon'.1 ,0 ' out' o"t, won; Hurprla
Ing, 111... 1 luce tin. 13 to 1. 8 to S, out, eecond;
C'hnrleatonlan. 10.1, McCahey, 8 to 1. 1 to 3.
out, third Time, l:4a. Only threa starters.
ifi!1?, -7-ysar-nJda and up, selllnir. purse
,! Vw furlongs Fenmous. 05, McKenvar.
Tin10 n,.vc,l4 M0 - woni Plantagenei. 102,
'V '"?. Matthews. 10 to 0. B to fl. a to S.
H. 7,m,''',:0T-..Cuixt- Charley MeFarran.
S?ami- w VanSrh Mr' pee"' ?'hew- Woodfalr.
Mamie K and tlronx Queen also ran
ai&u,!'1 rcf., maiden .l-year-olds and up, IO0
fS?Md'. a. .1,,t.. """ AM Smiles. 10., Fair
K0ih01; 7 W' 1ut' 'woni Colnt loT. Lllley. 2
to 1, u to 20. out, lecondi Yoi ales, 105, Mc-
Y,iyn "tf". 1- T '...5' l t - t"M Time.
i IJ'l 1'rlrr.ary, la McQIgnIa and Ell C.
WELSH AND WHITE MATCHED
Lirrhtweights Will Box
Brighton Beach July 3.
NEW TOniC. Juno 23. Freddie Welsh,
the world's lightweight champion, and
Charley White, the hardest-hitting fighter
In ths world, have at last been matched.
Beveral days ago Whlto Issued an ulti
matum to Welsh nnd said In plain lan
guage, that Welsh feared tha Issue. Na
irotlatlona were at oneo opened, and tha
match was closed last night
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rully Ita equal In refinement, reliability and mechanical rf.tion ....
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trips of tha big car owner. JTTB. Fully BqulpAd. ? o h r.J?oi.lndiV,d., '
about Edition ot the $3000 Car, i"PPa, l. o. b., Detroit, A run-
Ono Pemanstratlon Vtw Krery Aaaartion
GEO.W.REINBOLDCO. 2419 North Broad Street
Mlnot Crowoll, tho Brown
University nthloto, donned an .
Athletic uniform this after
noon nnd pitched his flrst ma
jor league game Crowoll,
though bcaten,3 to 2, by tho
Yankees, allowed but three
hits in 10 inning.
NIP AND TUCK RACE
FEATURE AT LATONIA
Syrian and Prospect, Long
Shots, Nose Out Favorite,
Beach Comber, in First Race.
LATONIA, Ky., Juno 23. Syrlnn, a
long shot, won the mllo nnd 70 ynrds race
hero today, after a nlp-and-tuck race
with Prospect, nnother long horse. Tho
favorite. Beach Comber, was third. The
rnco was run In 1:45 3-5.
First race, mnldcna. 1 mllo and 70 yards
Syrian, 102. OrlfTln. 117.60. flO.10, $(1.00, won:
Prospect, lit, Domlnlck. 122 20. 9. second:
Mearh, Combtr, 117. Gam, W.no. third. Time,
l:4i:t-u. niislla. Tencr, Blr William, Wads
worth's Lost, Nolseleas. Wlilto Metal, Bcau
tlfler, Oda May, Cotton Top also ran.
Second race, selling, ,1-yenr-olds and up. (1
fnrlonss Joe rtoscnfeld, 10.1, Garner. J.1.30,
12.70, 12.40, won. Rio Drazos. 10.1, O'lirlen.
$..ao, f10. second; Gabrlo. 10fl. Gentry, 12.IX),
third. Time. I'll. Alkonet, Etholda, Alston
and Chilton Kins also ran.
.Third race, 2-year-old miles. 5 furlongs
Jacobs, 10S. Taylor. 17.00. 13.EO. $2.00. won:
Cardome, 102, Gently. $3.20, $2.30. second:
Motile j;illott. 102, Garner, 13. third. Time,
ldXin-X Gipsy nlalr and Margaret N. also
50-MILE MOTOR-PACED RACE
AT POINT BREEZE TOMORROW
Carman, Dldior, Bedoll and Walthour
in Feature Contest.
Qeorge Carman, American champion,
whoso sensational riding in his last two
races In this city has won tho admiration
of thousands of bicycle fans, will be
put to a supreme test on Thursday
night, when he will bo pitted against threa
of the most noted long-distance paco fol
lowers at the Point Breeze Park Motor
drome In a special CO-mllo motor-pased
"I haven't had n FLAT THUS In months"
We Funrantee and stand back ot
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Basoball Today Two Gamei
ATHLETICS vs. NEW YORK
JTIIIST OA5IK CALLED AT HIS J, M.
Keystone fiub 4s A
LITTLE OF THILDALLO?
yONtCHA,frl7vlWE'L(- THSp -. I H.rAUc Lt- ,, .
CUP - OTHER
I sinrumr r nt a wncf
Comuau Does Some Neat Coaching on Side Lincs-JOnhi Fmll
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Uroiua sees uouvwn.vuu.vr ut. uuiuv rurK stuffy
Mctnnis Pulls Off a Few Circus Stunts.
The Machine did thtver cU mtiny t
They icanfett io fcitow eouM you tti? CroeU
Todav iohen began the ftofn 6III tolli
Whereat ihe iroung Crotoell ieent ttp and
in teuton the nrt he mott turelv did
II e tennis fo remain in ihe Major league
SHIUD PAHIC, June M.-Tho first ball
over pitched by Mlnot Crowell, erstwhile
student of Brown, In tho biff push was
a strike. So was tho second, and behold,
a no,w youngster was started on n career
thnt may develop him "into a second llubo
AVaddell or send lilm to tho bush In a
Old timers who watched tho youth
warm up paid the tlnw worn tribute that
has always been paid to Connlo Mack
he know something meaning; In this par
ticular Instance, Mister McCJIlllcuddy.
Crowoll also known something;, appar
ently, lie fanned Plpp In tho start of
tho second Inning, -nnd When ho camo to
the bat In tha Mackmen's Imlf of tho
same eersion, the fans gave him tho
grnnd old rnlly howl of greeting;, Ot
course, whon he gets clubbed nil over tho
field, as ho will, some day, llko tho best
of them, the fans will roast him to a
finish, but thnt la part of tho (fame.
Just to show tho rabid students of tha
dopo how good Crowell looked, It may
bo mentioned that It took tho Yankees
flvo Innings to got their first hit. Un
fortunately a man had walk'ed and ho
scored on tho hit.
Tho outstanding feature of tho flrst
game was the coaching of Conway, who
will bo remembered ns a big league third
baseman of two days' experience, having
broken Into the gnmo last Saturday. Ho
kept up a running fire of encouragemont,
directed mainly at Crowell. Dut Just to
show ho was not Impartial ho yolled,
"That's tho way, Stuffy, old boy," when
MclnncSt a young flrBt baseman of boitvj
promise, mado a nice catch.
Conway should make good, If tho old
pop counts for anything. He keeps talk
ing all tho time, and hla gestures are
somothlng absolutely now to a Mackmnn.
If ho keeps It up, nnd doesn't mako any
errors, nnd hits about .460, nnd tries linrd,
ho'll mako good, to speak conservatively.
It seems unfnlr to tell ot It when n
young man la trying so hard to bo a
peppery major leaguer, but the front
name of Mister Conway Is Sylvester.
In the sixth inning today Conway rnn.
In for n bunt and got his man nt llrat,
Crec was Just going In to second whon
ho saw thnt third baso was unprotected
and ho kept on going. Sylvester ran back
for Mclnnls' throw and fell down taking
It, but he crawled up on all fours nnd
tagged Cree on tho wrist Quito forcibly.
Creo was naturnlly Indignant nnd tried
to mako the Ump think ho was safe,
whereat Sylvester turned on him with a
mocking laugh and shouted in Jnwn
McfJraw tones, "Get out, get out." Creo,
it may bo noted, got.
All hut two sections of the sun bleachers
vere filled when play started for tho first
Careful tire buyers have found out that the Kucced
uu, rugeea projecUons, grip the elippery roadway from every angle.
Philadelphia Branch and Service Station
707 No. II road St.
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ON MOUND FOR ATHLETIC
HHiiic. Aim weamer was a ,ia, Jl
ovlnir to n strono 1.m.a .j , . ""' 3
.,.. A H.t. . It
time In several days tho fn.uA1
coats on. ""
The MnOkmcrt cornlled a twn.e, . 1
in tho first session by ntatlV "ffiJ'SS
the pill at opportune moments ii 31
tho third tha Donovan Yank. ork '
on a wild ollch. Crowell ,..-!. .rM !
pass to Bauman. ' "u K
Tha fans got nil wound up In th rJ
when It went Into the tenth InninS
that time the Yanks hC I seou & I aJil
hit, but they sot two In thiT i!..?."!
mostly of the scratoh variety, n. m 5 1
hitting brigade waa called Into'tWJ
lino of trenches by General Mack in nfi
tenth. Murphy, In Conway. ,.. 1 oi
do nothing, sehnng went In for S
nnd fanned nnd Mow York had I th !m
ball gnmo 1 to 1 It was a har, t.4
for Crowell to lose. x aw Bim
"What," asked several fans, befot, tk. I
start of tho second game, ''has ifai.J s
Would you say Haas has anvthln.i I. J
shall Haas get ha ha's for whit : lis., nu t
At which juncture Mr. Ham, jMe ...
Worcester, started to warm up hli i.ffl
wing and showed In practice that Haiti
has speed, anyhow. He ought to hvl
It. being built llko a locomotive. e.ii.T1
with broad shoulders and mnn-slia chi.i 3
""" " " i.uiiu game.
CLEARVIEW OUN CLUB PLANS
BIG TARGET SHOOT SATURDAY
O. F. I'yro Kerry, secretary of th.
Cloarvlcw Gunning Club. Darhv. h.. ...
ranged a special handicap prlio ihoot?
for this Saturday. A gold watch will ba -
inu puiu. iuu jjiuisrum cans for 1M
targota, to bo shot at In events of 25. Tot
entrance, tl.23, Includes the coat of tar.
Bum, iTiws win also do awarded to runner-up
and low Bcore.
Th.. rnnl iilinnM ntlrnl .Mh. .. ,
to tho Darby traps. The grounds of th H
orgnntzntlon Ilo high, overlooking a Val-
ley, which should aid greatly in mikior i
good scores. Preparations are under war
for handling a big crowd. J
Of White Pique or Itqpp, or plla
Mull. Very superior in fit and
wear. It pays to ask for Arnrwi, ,
2 for 25c
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