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fLANS FOR GREAT MOTOR SPEEDWAY ATHLETICS MEET CLEVELAND OTHER SPORTS
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All Bio wmestQTraeit to
Thou at Bmkl&nd
t. afli Bail at mf -
fe the Philadelphia, motor- js ttawdy.
SSiJ? ih 68urt of cBnHfUcllen at
XUr, nucha County, pa., la earn'
SiSfti. to" 8w mmHm any " '
JMIIUM "', MMDBUllAn that exists.
smiiim to th great motor iraek
, i,' Ti litis main feature or tits pmn nna
'An"'' S...A ureal face meets Afe At-
mttA m Vrtwd ef ra.W per fn, and
!S ...i Woun flifdOUi&ftd Iffttk lit Brig-
"'"l,! Mill be a swimming tatm, a
mi. ?, ,"mmji itsbUa And
S B rt'i f hers rad track Ana
f Vm wn ,tt,,w 6apAeU' f
J",f7fflfitt inta th ,ibawy elans
KSUa Biv been agitating the build-
WitttM stadium, which would eh-
Sunhi "With idW cities tor Olympic
iS IHeAfmy arm Navy name and
SffiT are M M tMr lima In
Iff &iy "" nil. ft" such needs,
Jh!'.?!iiMu MMHi u th much a. bum
mm i " wortlflg pfbpesltten, ana with
fffl id yiw IHs speedway Id bolnu con
ffiffii meet tho rinuifemenls from
titty "ft tni participants and comfdtt
M tthithtmio ihs iwutstow, ana,
MdM 6t1 t0 . '"
VtJiMfi Mid 6ner an GppoHiMUy to
w ol Mnti 6f thpjr m&ehlnea
iVdi rtlfhm( eondlllonft that will afford
Iffdtding nign-grnuB p.v. 'j""' ';"
II bill! of ttMpMlloA.
ft Phitaae1tn!ft trftOM itana companion
CLASHES AT CHICAGO
Ohlirch, Williams, Griffin,
Whshbtifn. Mttthey and AttA-
&k : .. h..' iIj i. !-..
strong iJixpeciea io rtuji
l ' CrilftAOb, Aug. Sropheta are some
what doubtful concerning mo eitn.
Utanls tournament, which resumes today
8a the Onwentsia ciud couriB ai iukh
'.fAM., h.PBiiBa definite lnformatloh about
V th probable attendance of out-of-town
K'piayers was lacnius. " J , ..
Northweatern lournamoni ai x.no .nur
.Mnntru rAi.iAd iiveral stars, and today
f the hew Northwest champion, George M.
Church, of Tenafiy, K. J.! Joe Armstrong,
r,ot fet. Paul, runner-Up, ahd Dean Mathoy,
UDurcn a parinor ii uuuu.ch, a-wt
,to arrive at Lake Forest.
Litest new concerning the California
ifltrlis encoufaged officials of the West
em Tennis Association to hope that W, M.
Johnston, of San Francisco, would be on
hand td play h' first-round match with
Heath Byford, Illinois State champion.
As Johnston U considered to have per
haps A better chance than any ono lse
of winning the championship, the draw
which made him oppose Byford, ,a local
favorite, Is particularly unfortunate from
A Ghlcasn viewpoint. Critics believe By
ford will give the Westerner a hard bat
tle, hut generally concede the match to
Clirencs G-rllnn. wh6 won the Western
title in 1913. and was defeated by Alex.
Eiunlr, of Chicago, In the challenge round,
Itit year, Is expected as soort ns he cAn
get way from LongvvOod. MaUrlCa Mc
t6rtlln may pot r?ach Lake Forest un
til Wednesday, and If his comlflir Is as
sured, It Is said his preliminary matches
Trill be kept open for him.
- Kattrn players Reside Church and
iMlhi-v expected are n. N. vy""&rns. 2d,
the national champion! his double part
ner. W M Washburn, who won the EaBtt
f trn doubles title at Longworth and will
: piay in me national elimination aouDies
t JitJt wek.
I .. Interesting matches lrt the singles to-
ra City player, from wnom mucn is ex
te.Cted. and W E. Swift, of Chicago.
m RING BEARCAT
COMES OUT OF WEST
JPred Pultoh Said to Have
Floored Jess Willard m
If ThVPo Rniinrifi.
o sooner had the raucous shouts that
Sreted the advent of Tom Cowler dwln.-
led Into a disappointed silence man
n6ther "contender" had been dug out of
the farm lands of tha West and "wished"
Bjon the ever-recepttve public. The latet
reputed to be a full-grown, not-to-be-
4hled bearcat, with' a 60-horsepower
JMtX" lurking In both gloves. Briefly, tne
Worts declare, he la the champion par
ilChlned. And then the evidence Is of-
-H It not exactly a newcomer. He has
(TJfln boxing for a couple Of year, but
I pmr has had a good preaa agent before
F Jils name Is Fred Fulton, and Minnesota
SfHllow is supposed tq bo an "up-and-up
b.fflaienr, with ail tho risnta in tne
u Wutld to rnntmeradnrt. Here la What he
Tls upDOed to have accomplished, ac-
f wrtlng to the report:
f "When Jess Willard was traveling wun
the, not Ranch" show he made a trip
wrsmrt Minnesota While at Rochester,
"fi'WH the champion wanted some one to
J with, and a three-round exhibition
JaUrrinied with Fulton That Is where
! lo ftk notice. The big fel
!?,f 'fetd and Fred floored Jess with a
If tiafsiiK. hnnntt. it's stramre that
tJis folkoi hochester. Stlnrv, have been so
close-ratTOta about It, but that Is the
't of fiit has been sent forth from
itiiwaukere? Fulton Js M years of age,
nds 8 feet u inches, weighs 30? pounds
In condition and haB a reach of SOI
tacbes-lonfsr than that of Willard.
fc Hi. lUl a-HLiilimiig
,-O.DFIELD BimAiiS AOTO MAHK
lakea First Mile in 46 H Seconds Old
Rscord 40 8-8.
W-EVELArm a, XUft. i-Banay OW'
MM shattered four wr'a auto reorJ
tn ettray. setting myt maras tor
M. tw, four a4 fv lllu A brkea
nk shaft uaused' OUfttW W slow up
engine kttajr ging Ova silea, as M
lid not Ioncar control his lhaehUia.
Wdfleld made th flrtt mile ar bis r -
np tn isy satonrts. tna termor aaarK
?-s He oweraa imm uhm in
5 and tour wilUa la 3.13 1-5. Ut-
: i former flfr ! Sat His tfS to
u nat n m '
Biltton-Dundee Baat Pm
V TTOBK Aug I -",
iite eait At that lila ja.&k
Aw bout, wtauh wM to XiV
i tan 0M
j. t maetifemim mm Hfm i
TO BE HOME OF ALL SPORTS
uompare Favorably With
with tha Mining Uaoka at Bfodkland.
Ehglahd. and lndlanandlU, Th4 Brok
land track Is llttee And A quarter miles
In circuit, paved With tonereto and pear
abated In contour It was built prlmar
WJP AftorO Bnftllilt hiAnufactiifef thfl
jm ftdvanlaft 6f iui for (speed Ahd
6ndUHA IhAt Were onjayert by Con
tlnMltAl hianufAdltirera Who eobld hold
roaa rates ovef linbortant highways
not CefMiHed ia bflgiiina her America.
The Indianapolis speedway has had a
Bradtiai aveiopment From a dirt track
pf two Ahd & half rrtlleg In clrcail-lh-leaded
pfimsflly tar local - Automobile
jvehtsit has inlpraved uftlll today the
track In brlek p&ved, protected by hanks
And the yearly events Arc bl hatlon-Wlde
irtpdrtshc, aitrActln? larger attendant"
than hny other Bpertlns event lrt Amer
ica. PrOnilntf by the exlsteiies of the older
tfneks. the net ttACK will eorrtblna the
beat feature of All aHd ellrrtlnalo the
troublesome ones, tt will be two miles
IH clrtull, but (he curve wilt Be As easy
as lhoe whleh make tha Drookland
track faster than Indianapolis, while nf
fOrdlhg the spectator the Interest of
Breatei' frequency in Patiing eat.
The BftVlHg At Philadelphia vlll be of
wood laid on concrete, this providing the
I(UA1 running surface on a foundation
that will preveht th setlllhe And buck
ling that o terlousiy affect the Indian
apolls track. Concrete eurba. hub high,
thf. full circuit of the track, will reassure
the driver of danger of decapitation In
funning Into wooden fences, and, Anally,
the ubway provided at various points
on the circuit will remove at all times
the fear of both drivers and spectators
that of unconscious trcj&passfnr; on the
OPENS FOR MEET
Twenty-four Dfiya of Racing at
Sjpa Many Noted Horses
NEW YORK, AUg. 2.-The meeting of
the Saratoga Racing Association, which
I scheduled to open today, and which will
cOnUnUe for 24, days, wlil In many re
spects be the most notable of tho year.
Racing at the Springs has always been
characterized by the presence of a large
number of patrons who by their pres
ence gave encouragement to a sport
which has held sway over the populace
to A greater degree and for a longer
period than any other outdoor pastime.
Many of this lelsuro-lovlng class which
had found the charms of Newport. Nar
ragansett, and the other resorts mora at
tractive during the last few years have
once more turned to racing, and the
town, with almost all Its available ac
commodations taken, promises to be
gayer than since the days When the late
William C. Whitney controlled the des
tinies of the sport at this point.
President Richard T. Wilson, Vice
President Harry Payne Whitney, Secretary-Treasurer
Andrew Miller, SchuylT
li. Parsons, Thomas Hitchcock, Francis
R. Hitchcock and others prominent In
the managoment of- directorate of the
Saratoga Association have been on hand
for several days, and they are a unit
in tho belief that the meeting which opens
today will be a noteworthy success.
Others prominent In rnclnff are scheduled
to arrive today, among the most notable
being August Belmont, C. K. a. Billings,
J. E. Wldener, John Sanford and Fred
erick Johnson, all .Of whose colors wilt bo
seen during the meeting.
There are more and better horses at the
track than have been seen on any course
within the confines of the Empire State
In years, and It Is n happy omen that the
fleetest horses of East and West should
meet On common ground dedicated to the
cause pf "the Improvement of the breed
of horses." that hclng a portion of the
title of the Saratoga Association.
Nich,oUs and Fraser to Play for $1000
NEW, YORK, AUg. S.-Qilbert Nlcholls. tho
pietroolltan open champion, was defeated
yeiterday by -James Fraeer at the Qreat Neck
aeer at me ureal .-ecK
i. ,Fraeeat ad tha ad-
uiud cy one noie. a
e of plSylng ?n hla
y one iol
nis noma links
:at Nlcholla' flnt time
ovpf thA r,
rraaer naa a ts and Nlchdlls a T The two
troe arranted yeettrday to play 10 exhibition
aam on week enda at tha Oram
for $1000 a aid, both beln backed by enthuil-
amp, oh wis enuH ai ,
MEET AT BROADWAY TONIGHT
Gaay Sf i Hp
.asBa8Bs Hb''' '"
GRAND CIBCyiT AT KALAMAZOO
Pap4r Mills Stake, tf f 10,000 thfPrln
KALAMAZOO. Mien., Aug J.-AH of
th great trottera and J4cer whlalb
alaalnd at the Rlue nj&hoa maatlng- in
Detroit latt weak art expected to tk
part tn the annual Grand Clrwit haraa
racea which beauj her today and cloaa
un Friday. The aia of the entry Uata
brtka all & weorda.
T fNrMMl of the nva aa'
for m t&il. fm lUtoWiaoiri
annual caW )4ll W4w
dy Tttrty aiUmaw a tt-ojr-U
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ttttlM WJWUfc iss I mi
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q .- . - t yri ii --i, in n nil'i'i
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The Philadelphta motor speedways now buildtng: In Bucks County, Is deslftricd Alftng tho most pretentious
lines nnd win provide for sporta in ovory line, Tho autorhobilo track, it is unid, will equal those lit
Indinnnpolis nnd Brooklflwn. Plnltft Mb laid nlsd for a seating cnpnclty of (10,000.
BRAVES PILING UP VICTORIES
BY SMALLEST OF MARGINS
By GRAtfTLANb ftlCE
Mu nmo is 2'roubic f'm a buty Mafce;
am fae leit o tfoUrtiflc and of Ola;
I bind tho ro-tuarrf to o oliter jafce
drlua the erouen rem the eroumliitf
IVeafcKni? I eruth befotn they co to
But as tho red star putdei tterdts tho
I train tho jfcilionrt Or ci 6ear flame
driue the bfava Ma a harder fight.
"What part does luck play In golf?"
queries H. H. L. It all depends. If you
nr6 winning It play practically no part
At All. If you are losing It 1 8? per cent,
of the game.
W. E. S. We wera wrong. Af that mo
ment the BraVea had Only 12 out of IS.
Dear Sir Yale has lost Yates and Har4
vard has lost Oilman. Princeton hasn't
lost any one. and under Speedy Rush will
have the best trained eleven In many
yeare. The Tiger Is duo this time, and
nothing can stop him. Walt nnd see.
I'd rather stand pat on n four-card fiuth
And bet tt against four "eights"
I'd rather lead a charge on a German
Where the lorty-two eenttmetre tcatts;
I'd a good deal rather be drafted by the
Or be an Umpire tn Ifte fold
I'd rotAer bo monocer of the Reds
Than to plek Up o summer cold.
"Oulmet has hard Job defending his title
against Travers this BeaBon." And about
all Norrls Williams has on hand to de
fend his Is a victory over McLoughlln.
Travers and McLOughlin were on top In
1013 and both fell last summer. As very
excellent na both Oulmet and Williams
ure, It would be no great shock to the two
deposed stare of I0H to resume where
they left off a year ago. Their case. Is
much alike for while both lost the ama
teur crown, each turned a still greater
trltfk Travers by winning tho open and
McLoughlln by beating Wilding and
Which recalls a card from Westerner.
who writes that he Is willing to wager
that the West will regain Its old place
this sCaaon by landing McLoughlln and
Evans at the top. The bet he offers to
make Is that one of the two Westerners
will win. Any takers? NoT Very Well.
By, One Run
Ability to keep winning by one run has
always been regarded as a test of
strenKth-of tightness In the pinches and
of unflagging spirit.
If this test la correctly put, tho Braves
Clevemess s Reynolds chief
forte for victory, while White
ieMtvU on tt punohnik,- ability,
ivnl ewJitttwWBts of th Hflifc.
waighta t Aewuag grt I
tar Mfe in the mt.uk.
i m- o
WILL HOLD SWAY ALL YEAR ROUND
iiiinirni mm i.wniiii r'ru i n T t'lfrinirrn " r i
1 i Ham ...,VM.i..tW. il lmmX
mi , i i , r l i f
have proved their
A brief slant at
shows by what narrow
ImVo slipped throuah.
On July 15 they beat, Cincinnati 3-2.
On July If they beat Cincinnati n. double-header,
and each victory wont nt 3-2.
After winning threo gamea by ono run
from tho Itcda they beat tho Cubs four
straight by ono-run margins 4-3, 2-1, 1-0,
1-0. After this they beat Brooklyn i-3
and two days later beat the Reds again,
7- All told, tho Braves haV6 won 11
Out of their last 16 games by n one-run
margin And in this time their own only
One-run defeat was a 2-1 beating by tho
Tho Stnllings Craft
From an Inside source we have re
ceived ndvlres ns to how Stnllings worked
with his men In tho days of thflr sec
ond-divlalon woe Not all tho recovery
made wns the result of Improved physical
skill. There mUBt have been also an
awakening of machine spirit. And Stall
lngs brought on this nwnkenlng by telllna
hlB men that It waa up to them to prove
they wero not a fluke machine.
"Every one," he would say from the
bepch and tn the clubhouse, "has put
you fellows down for a Joke club a fluke
set of champions. They all say you had
a lucky streak and don't belong above
fifth place on form. It's up to you to
get out nnd win and prove that you are
A regular club. If you don't win this
censon you'll never get any credit for
what you did last year."
After a long line of this chatter Stnll
ings soon had his club tearing out again
at top speed, hustling to the ultimate
limit. And there will be very little let
up ,ln this hustling to the end of tho race.
Sayings of tho Great
"Only tho gamo flsh swims upstream."
"It's better to bo on the topside looking
down than on the downside looking up."
Anyway, grooming his pitchers for tho
next October world series Isn't going to
out very heavily Into Connie Mack'B aft
ernoon through August and September.
"I'll give Jess Willard $1000 for every
round ho stays with Sam Lnngford after
itho stxth round." Woodman. The Bug
season Is on in all Its pristine fury.
BIDDLE AND NUES
IN TENNIS CLASH
Play Today for Longwood Sin
gles Title Norris Williams
BOSTON. Mass., Aug. 2. Now that
tho Eastern doubles championship tourn
ament at the Longwood Cricket Club has
been concluded, play will continue today
In the Longwood singles.
N. W. Nlles, of Boston, and Craig Bld
dle, of Philadelphia, reached the semi
final round In the upper half of the draw
and meet today.
In the lower half R. Norrls Williams,
2d, of Philadelphia, who, with Watson
SI. Washburn, of New York, won the
Eastern doubles, plays C. J, Griffin, thor
coast crack, and Washburn playB Wal
lace F. Johnson, of Philadelphia.
CARMAN AND WILEY MATCHED
FOR SPECIAL 20-MILE RACE
Champion and Former Champion
Meet at Drome Thursday,
Manager Jack Roden, of the Point
Breeze Motordrome, has arranged one of
the best programs Of the season for tha
biweekly races Thursday night, with two
motor-paced eventa featuring the attrac
tion. A epelnl 20-mlla event will be de
cided between Clarence Carman, cham
pion, and George Wiley, former title
Last week Wiley, who seemed to have
trouble the early part of the season tq
get Into shape, surprised a bis orawd by
defeating a fait nejd in a S9-ml!e race.
His time for the distance waa even bet
ter than that of Carman's, whleh. Inci
dentally, atands as a new record.
Three leading bikers also wilt partici
pate In a S0-mlle grind Thay are Co
lumbattl. Bedell and Lawrene. Bach
has ben riding In fine form.
Philadelphia at Chleago-Clter-Boattm
at Pittsburgh - Clear
Brooklyn at CtucinitaU-Cioudy.
CtavftUM at Phlladelphla-NQJudy,
Chicago at N TfwJMSousf.
rtrit at Hawop-Ctoady.
St. Ltt at Wahlgt-CIr.
Brooklyn at FUUfeurgh-Olear,
Kewark at Chlcajso Clwr.
Bait I mo at Kauaaa Ctly-JliAr.
BuUalo t St. Louis-Clear.
ProvMenc at Rochester (J aaaa).
Riehmond at Buffalo Clear,
Han-Uburi at Toronto (ft
ERK MAYER TO HURL
FOR PHILS AGAINST
CUBS IN SECOND FRAY
Cheney or Lavender Bres
nahan's Choice for
Mound Hard Luck Loss
Charged Up. to Alex De
spite Great Pitching.
CHI6AGO, Aug. 2. Ersklne Mayor la
duo to faco tho Cuba this afternoon, and
if the stdo arm artist Is ns good nB ho
has been in his last three games, the locaUl
sluggers ore likely to havo another day
when tho batting averages shrink.
Yesterday Alexander pitcher n wonder
ful gamo, only to havo victory booted
away when George Whltted permitted
Zimmerman's single to roll through his
legs to tho clubhouse. Heinle had no
trouble making the circuit of tho bases,
and this 10th Inning mlscuc gave the Cubs
a lucky victory. The only other tally off
Alexander was Williams' home run drive
Into tho right field bleachers. Alexander
had Williams at his mercy barring this
ono drive, and lti may havo been more
luck than good Judgment that he con
nected with the ball for his homo run.
It was a tough game for the Phillies
to lose, but Moron's team does not ap
pear to take defeats to heart to such an
extent that they nllow It to Interfere
with their next game.
Manager Bresnahan has not decided
on his pitcher for today, but chances
favor Larry Cheney, who was batted
out of the box by the Giants on Saturday,
or Jimmy Lavander Cheney is goncrally
effective against the Phillies and la there
fore tho favorite for mound duty today.
In his lost start against the Phtlllea
Cherey broke tho winning streak 0 AN
exander In Philadelphia,' and "Bt'esnahan
hopes to seo htm repeat today.
How to fini your sensible
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SHEEHAN OR BRESSLER
TO PITCH FOR MACKS
IN CLEVELAND BATHE
Indians' MoundBman Prob
ably Will Be Mitchell or
Jones Athletics' Young
sters to Be Seen in Line
up This Week.
Manager1 Mack will Bend Tom Sheehan
or RUbo Breesttr to tha pitching hill fof
tho third game agamat Cleveland this
aftornooh. It la likely one or two of
Mack'n other rocrutla Will get a chance
to perform this week, u several ot them
havo shown unusual ability In the morn
Ing Workouts. This Hat Includes Nalorfl,
Fllllnglm, DanHatOn, Tepper, Cono and
Heeelebachor. All theso except Bankston
Chances favor Wlllto Mitchell pitching"
for Cleveland today, although the Star
southpaw has not been In good trim ot
late. In ease Mitchell does not look
feood to Manager Fohl, either Sam Jones
or Wnlker, recruits, will get a ohance.
Fohl made a great reputation In the
minor lcanue ah a dovelopor of pitchers,
and ho haB apparently accomplished qulto
n lot with the Indians- start. Morion,
Wnlker, Harstadt nnd Jortcs are all
youngsters who havo shown great Im
provement lately, ahd If the owners give
him enough time, Fohl Is likely to do
velop a powerful pitching staff In Cleve
land. With good mound work a manager gen
erally has but little trouble constructing
A winning team, and the new Cleveland
leader Is working on tho right lines. Tho
work of Harstadt on Saturday was a dia
tlhct surprise, an the' youngster had been
started In but one game previous to that
against tho Mnckmen.
SOX MAY BUY JOE JACKSON
Eddio Murphy Expected to Figure in
CHICAGO, Aug. 2. There was a confer
ence between the White Sox and the
Cloveland officials here yesterday which
promises to result In the purchase by the
Sox of Joe Jackson, the slugging Cleve
land outfielder. It is understood that the
consideration will bo $20,000 In money and
the transfer Of several players. lEddle
Jlurphy. recently purchased by tho Sox
from Philadelphia, Is said to bo one, of
tho players to figure In the deal.
Tho cigarette that you'll
stick to when you find it
must "make good" to you in
three different ways.
It must delight your tasto.
It muot be cool and friendly
to your throat and tongue.
It must leave you feeling as
fit as a fiddle at the end of a
On the last two points we
match Fatlma against any
cigarette in the world ir cant
MAY ENLARGE LEA60B;
Considers West Chenta
Club's Application; Mew
comb's Card at Mapii-wood.
The Philadelphia. TrftpshOdter' ttagtlfc
In Its raortthiy meeiinif tonight at tho
Windeorilotfll will coiialder th apfliu
cation ol th6 Weal Chester Qun uiub,
which ta trylnff to land a plae in tho
orffaiilrAtldn Beside Tthla (jueatlon, tho
election of orricefs and tho aeUeUon Of
the various committees for the romme
fall ftrtd Winter carnDalgn will b6 held.
Tno teaguo circuit at present ceMpHMa
elffht clubs, vig,i fl. A. Whits, Meadow
Springs. Hlghlahd, Glen Willow, Camttan,
du ronli Claarvlew ana LanSdaie.
to taKo In another slub making It a.
nine-club circuit, at this tlrrie may rauao:
soma rebellidn, Inasmuch Ai It nrirJafSrUiy
win mean that three club will ruvwi to
fire bvsr one olub'a grounds Oft a elhle
day. It Is probable that another- gunning
body win apply fop membership, thus
brlhgln about hartnony In the ranks ftttd
having tho biggest trftpahootlritf league
in the State. The FO organisation and
tha Beideman Club, bf Cramer Hill, aro
Charlie 31. Newcomb, holder Of tho
Pennsylvania Btato emblcm&tio clfty tar
get Champlonahlp. competed In A rests'
tefed toitrnament at Maplewood, N H-,
lost week and made A creditable shorting
with his "Dingle" ffun. Mo cracked M
out of a poasibto coo, being runner-up to
the "national enampiory W66ifoik: Hen
derson, wno had tha honored total of m
out ot 00.
in lha last day's ovenu ifenddrBon ilod
for fourth place lh the Maplewooa Han
dicap, breaking tS from tha 22-yara mark,
whtio Neweomb bagged u from th oarno
WIlllAm Govern, the winner of CIAs A
In the trapshootora' rftco which recently
terminated, is cOntemplAtlng a trip to a
registered shoot outside thd city this
month. Severn will Combine tho trip
with n Vacation.
Thomas Martlndale, noted hunter, has
returned from 4 trip to Alaska. Ho baa
many stories to tell Of hla experiencca.
He shot two bears and a wolverine, Ono
of the grizzlies wna picked off of a crater
of an extinct volcano by a cartridge from
Mr. Martlndale'e catrip was situated
several miles from Mount Redoubt, ah
active volcano, almost 11.000 feet high.
Most of hlB hunting1 was done In tho
mountains. The first game brought down
Whs a bear. Mr. Martlndale said hla
hands became so cold At times that it
was difficult to pull the trigger of hla
gun. During his trip ho waa joined by
Leslie Slmson. n, South African hunter.
Tha b)Ue ribbon evcht Of the year in
trapshootlng Is listed August IS to 20, In
elusive, at Chicago tha Grand American
Handicap, This banner fchoot Is the most
widely known In existence. Three thou
sand seven Tiundred and fifty dollars lh
money has been added to thla year's
prizes, and, to say (the least, the winners,
will be amply rewarded.
The event Is open to amateurs only,
and each mnji wilt firo away at 100 .tar
gets. The handicaps will be 16 to IS
yards. The winner is guaranteed ,509 at
the minimum figure, while tha runner-up
.wilt recalve 400. Flva moneys will Also
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