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EVENING LEDaER-PmLADELPHlA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1916.
MANY STARS HAVE CHANCE TO CAPTURE GOLF TITLE AT MERION OTHER SPORTS NEWS
SOUTHS MAY TLAY HOB; AGAIN "
WITH UUJLJb' TITLE ASPIRATIONS
OP 'VETS' IN MERION NATIONAL
kveniles, Dark Horses,
f 'Bush League Stars'
and Favorites Mingle
in 'Anybody's' Championship
I By SANDY McNIBLICK
fmHESB are unhappy times for the
fimps and the like. ,
Hr sun has now set on that cheerful
'-S "hn a" tha o"lstf1ndlnS.B1tar, ot th0
',rZhtA to do was to throw hla bag on
'it first te ln ordcr t0 Wln th champlon
i rh trouble nowadays Is that there are
r Ztnv youngsters capablo of the most
KtMl golf and apt to havo their most
Sh week of expertness Just nt tho
'EEnMrtln time of tho play for tho na
SmI crown. H only takes one riotous
uf to oust the surest bet of the tourney.
, ,. .ear thero was absolutely nothing
, it. The winner would either be Travers,
'Ln champion! Outmet, amateur champion.
JJevttu. held up as tho country's best
K'ixit There were n few other favorites
"if: Jmi "would surely win," but hardlv
tSthe Piny started than tho talent began
'C tittle to the ground like apples from a
in. It waa the youth of tho land, tho
Sat-atclunce'' delegation, that accom
'ftitlti tnlsifor the most part
,We Are Coming, Father
nu will be n larger delegation than
"irer of youngsters at Merlon two weeks
'L,m when the championship Is under way.
On ot the favorites Is Douglas Clarko
fcorknn.- If the youthful Prlncctonlan can
Atit a run of shots such as ho did at
"ftiwnet recently thero will be few able to
Vcninto. The best part of his game Is
'(MvMence, for ho Bays himself that the way
tt ntfkM his hardost shots Is by "knowing"
y can raako them and by "wishing" tho
ijnipor line on m,
i tut year Corkran did not qualify. Ho
'stot " I" 'no morning which virtually
m( him out then and there. But he went
'Uck In the afternoon with beautiful courage
lid ifcct ' 79, which almost brought him
Another prominent favorlto at this dato
,i fftljon Whitney, New Orleans, a former
tjasthem champion and rccont winner on
Uu national links. Ills victory over Philip
'Carter, tho sensational North and South
thanrolon, and hl3 winning of tho medal
from tho very large and fast field, give
ffliltney much prestige.
r Carter Is ono of tho youngsters on whom
U Metropolitan fans aro banking not 'a
fsGeoVj'e Schlefteleln, of Schenectady, who
iron hi drat tournament recently by llck
.to Max Jfarston and Sherlll Sherman,
Uoth national semtflnallsts last vear. In
plckt'd as a real dark horse, If ho is ablo
Ow Own Good Quota
. Philadelphia's greatest hopes aro cen
tred In Cameron Buxton, but tho logal
champion has been going wabbly lately.
There la a goodly quota of Quaker fan
;tiat claim Sidney Sharwood Is going right
out intra ana cop wo meaai over his homa
count. Such a triumph would bo a, bril
liant coup for tho localB.
The dirk horses of this city aro Walter
Reynolds, George Hoffner and Edward
darty. By a strange fate they havo had
tit tisi of ousting each other from most
,f (he local tourneys and their worth has
'aly been tested occasionally this season.
4ui mo inner local Biars. un tnelr run
f my days all three nro unbeatable. Efforts
, M now being made to bavo the Inst two
(untloned entered, which will likely be
fcjJtn. A. IC Blllsteln Is ono of the first
.men. If not the first, to enter a man's
o championship In these parts. She
PW her first round of match play this
fc and It will be Interesting to Bee
whe fares. If sho can shoot 45s, as she.
.ftl once In the ouallfvlntr round, shn will
'fctfare so badly against most of them over
:m nam links.
George Klauder is slowly but surely drift-
back to his old anchorage at tha Bala
and Today's Tee Talk
r'JS?j2 njrsomei.. nt Uhltrmnrsh Valler
(v.i. W 'i"1 re t the Hprlnahnren
vS5iK.C!?b..0',r.,re,,.l".M membem ol the
tortiflrroR' Aolatlon of rhilucMphln,
iIHPA V1V"1 .of m'h .plar far the tlnim
PIOFiKhlp of the Women's Vlntrrn flolf Amo-
nJ-A"' J.1. i.be Kent t'euntrj Clab, (irnnd
T1IE HELL-KNOWN BACK SttINO
Mnnr jtolffff heroine trrror-Mrltktn lit tho
top of their biuk enln and, Ihlnklnc to take
Jim. panne for n moment n It regretting not
Plyl'lnKfn more "mB I" ddreln the
hjll. There in nctetunrltr n brief vnaif
nt the top of everr food turlnr, but It should
not he In the nature ot a parnljtlf, pnnlcky
.. The pane mntt lie rhrlhtnte, ehorter when
the Imrk wlnie In quteL, longer when the
back tiring l( nlonr.
slnnlnc his fornnrd tnlnn liefore the back
Klnc Im rntnDlf.til.
This breaks the rlirlhm Iwtween the tno
wlnis nnd glres a tnilly errlnc Jerk to the
Clolf Club. Ho will play In tho T.rst round
of match play there this week for the club
championship, having won tho medal after
two years' nbicnco In tho qualifying round
with a fair 43 and an cye-openlng 37 for
two rounds on tho nlne-holo course.
Bala nan never been In such prosperous
condition as It Is nt tho present time. Not
many years ago Its condition wns regarded
by many as decidedly unstable.
Non Est Paralysis
A visit to Huntingdon Vatley this week
brought a snort of protest over an article
appearing In a contemp, to the effect that
the club was In tho grip of Infantile paraly
sis nnd that tho quarantine had almost
cleaned out Its caddy supply. It was stated
that the club had scarcely been affected by
tho quarantine nnd that Sunday nnd tho
othor days this week there were plenty of
caddies at tho club. Nearly all the boys
llvo close to tho club.
Speaking of Infantile paralysis, raw oat
meal and uncooked cantaloupe, Norman
MacBean, still In his 'teens, had a healthy
day of It this week, when he shot a 74 at
Old York Road In a four-ball match, ac
cording to a member of the club.
Common rumor gives MacBean a 40 for
tho first half and a remarkable 34 for
tho last nine.
Tho championship of the club would un
doubtedly be chiefly contested by Norman
MacBean or his brother John this year
only for the fact that neither expects to
play In It owing to the stress of scholastic
Come On, Yc Barkers
Sandy SIcNIbllck I have been sn limy catch
Ins up the time I loit during that dandy tourna
ment ot tho Ilala Ciub that I hae not had tlmo
to read tho paper. Hence I havo only hearsay
for tho two golf challenges I understand havo
been aimed at my family. Of coune. I should
bo penalized about two stroke for not reading
the Kvixl.sti Llihibb every day, but you have
my excuse aj above.
Now I understand tno good fellows nro after
me. but If my Information Is correct, thero aro
only nve In their little party.
I'm afraid they do not fully comprehend the
same In question. I know In that "Kreat Amer.
lean game" a full house counts a lot. I know
four queens and an ace costs some ono money;
even four Jacks and an nee go a long way to
ward p.iylnc the freight. Out this game of ours
In qupstlon Is not the American game as above,
but the real old Scotch game, where every one
takes a hand old, young, male and female.
Sly golfing family consists ot nix. and Helen,
the youngest, uould not under any consideration
consent to be left out.
There Is strength In numbers nnd I could not
think ot going Into a boxing contest with one
hand tted. nor Into a baseball game on crutches.
Understand, I'm not putting tho blame on
these fellows, but they havo got to go and "get
a reputation" for a family before they aspire
to a family championship.
However, they have my sympathy, and we
will take on these 'poor fellows, even on a
"flvo ' basin: yea, even If they bring on four
big, husky males and mother to make up the
five against our BO-SO. A good blult goes In
the "American" game, but "strokes" count In
golf. Come on. "Big Five." Wo win have
the best afternoon's sport you ever bad with
Sincerely yours for family golf.
J. FRANKLIN J1BKIIAN, SR.
P. S. That little Joko about shooting Is real
funny. Targets, quail, rabbits or pheasantsl
How about a 10 or IS mile swim?
A litis tennis might help some, or perhaps a
30-mlIe hike would keep up the controversy
Another P. S. Several fellows havo promised
to meet my "six" somewhere along- about 1030.
I've scheduled tbem In order, J. F. 2L
Mount Airy, Pa. ...
mm PREPARING TO
CARE FOR 10,000 CROWD
lafinnn tjvo Tri..ij a m.
jaiwv uviuac UApcoieu tu Xit-
tend Kilbane-Chaney Title
kl CLEVELAND, O., Aug. 23. While
UMrwelgh$ champion Johnny Kllbano
I5 today for his 16-round battlo with
r?W Cnaney at Cedar Point on Labor
W. Promoter Matt Hlnkel began to figure
t2v h w"1 accommodate all those who
ttvVtpp lei for reserve seat tickets.
Rttdlcatlons are that the Cedar Pqlnt arena.
ffif.t p.ackel hy d. 10,000 capacity crowd,
w,l. "lnk(l JBO.000 In gate receipts.
kit today that 10.000 of the money
istTk y '" hls ton"13 nd that reservations
'Vi evan1 hiad fr roCr r,nK8l(le se?ta tnan
E Word was !.. .. .L.t i in
lt( ,tales at h,s oPn-alr camp near
fa?tl?I1,'obably Saturday and reach
'kSr ita4ll'r IlB t scheduled to start
'SFJ1" Monday at the Marotta Ath
J Club a-vm
Wk n '
f 'var Strikers-Chase Kelchner
&S;ARRE. Pa., Aus. 23. Charles
5U h'.rli .'0r ,h " '""" Americana,
MuJ& Kkln ov?r 8lat League players.
m cEK2Pri "K i. mob trolley car striken
tttr ir.iAT"v iFF waeu aiutntea irom
8H unfi ,c5"r aid not know a strike was on
R.i! '."r.to the center part of tha city.
M lm7ii KST.l from th car a crowd formed
"a ui i.?'iile. b,,n started to
w.?4. traveled twh, Kl-l.- uUV. IV.& mnK
Kl thTSSK- Pohco Anally rescued blta and
v , Blob away.
ARMSTRONG DOWNS PELL
ON SOUTHAMPTON TURF
Local Star Defeats Back-hand
Expert in Three Sets Quak
SOUTIIAJIPTON. N. Y Aug. 23. Show
Ing speed and a splendidly aggressive game,
Joseph J. Armstrong, the Philadelphia:),
added another of tha ranking lawn tennis
men to hla list of defeated opponents for
the season. Theodora Roosevelt Pell, of
the top 10 and former national Indoor
champion, bowed to Armstrong's superior
ability In the fourth round of the Meadow
Club cup singles. The match went the
limit of three sets and was scored at 5-7,
In this contest the remarkable chop
stroke drives of Armstrong always had
Pell more or less guessing. The famous
exponent of the handhack shot did not
shine as a half volleyer, for often Arm
strong's ball did not bound, but only hopped
a few Inches from the turf, so that Pell
was compelled to dig for It.
MEADOW CLUB CUP 8INCILK3.
Ifatson M, Washburn. New York, defeated
Joseph A. nichards. New fork. d-O. S-4.
Richard Ilarte. Harvard, defeated Reginald
Cook. Sag Harbor. 6-1. 6-1. .
Joseph J. Armstrong. Philadelphia, defeated
Theodora Roosevelt Pell, New York, 6-7, tt-1;,
William J, Clothier. Philadelphia, defeated R.
S, StoddartNew York. 0-3, tt-2.
Rowland Roberts. Ban Francisco, defeated O.
Colket Caner. Phi adelphla. .0. -t-6, a-2,
It. Norrls Williams. 2a. . Phlladelpbfa. de
feated Frederick C. liaggs. New York, d-3, 7-5.
KELLY THE ALIBI CROWD
;5iigt cm Tus square
s-i -. 1 p11- zZ2Z?. HAvrerrT iwp
PLAr- VgoV- I rTiefjo ro USTzA CHARUfc?- g I A CUE IW rf
very uttu J pJy curl ReMCMoeR that tp hand stce i r
V "MC I ? J I LIKE B1UIMUS l IS A LOT OP I ,
i iS I CS Strr ''Mr" I R"J- T3r ' -to
Runs Scored by
Majors for Week
RUNS scored by all teams in
National and American Leagues
from Wednesday, August 1G, to
Tuesday, August 22, inclusive. Only
runs that figure in official averages
are included. Scores of incomplete
games are not counted, but tho
scores of games of five innings or
more arc included in the tabic: ,
Washington . . .
Dld not ptitr.
W. T. r. S. S. If. T.T'l.
B 7 11 J ' 2 B .It
IS 1 II 7 0 3.1
S t 4 1 II 7 2S
7 0 0 S 4 3 33
10 2 IS t 2 2')
O 4 H 4 2 lil
o :t a i i is
3 4 3 10 0 tl
W. T, T. S. 8. 31. T.T'l.
O 1 O 3 O .1 4 27
3 O 4 13 28
ft (1 2 1 3 0 20
4751 0 23
1 O 2 7 1121
(I 14 2 O 0 10
3142 1 14
00131 0 S
WHAT MAY HAPPEN
IN BASEBALL TODAY
Won. Int. Pet. Win. Ix.
New York S3
Itoston . . .
Chlcacn . .
at. Lout .,
Won. Ixist. Pet. Win. Iwe. Split,
.... (!S 47 .Ml .59., .B8IJ ....
.... fl-i B3 .ft.ll .ftftft .S40 ....
' ii2 r.s .n:m .sis .8X4
... U 01 .S3R .542 .533
.... 0.1 54 .B3H t.54" .52U
.... 2 fit .Bit .fl.W .530
... fi4 51) .I7K t.4H7 .t70
'..It 117 .210 -!2S .214
TWIn two. XLAM two.
Chirms at New York-
8t. Iiuls at Wnnhlnicton (two tamts) clear.
Detroit nt Philadelphia clear.
Cleveland nt llonton clear.
Rroaklm at Chlenio clear.
Philadelphia nt Plltuburjh. threatenlnr.
(Unly Burnt today.)
Newark nt Montreal clondy.
Prorldence nt Toronto cloudy,
nirhtnonil at Itofliester threatenlnr.
llaltlnioro ut UnfTalo rloudy.
Athletics, Ii. Detroit. O.
lloston, 3i Cleteland, 0.
New York, 7 Chliaro. a,
St. I.oul, 2i Washlncton 2 (Called, 14 Inn.).
Phillies. d Pltteburcli. i.
Plttshtirxli. 0i I'hlllles, 7 (Second came).
, Ilrooklyn, Oi Chlraro, 4,
Nt. I.nulJ, fll New York, 0.
lloston. 1 Cincinnati, O.
SAY FAREWELL TO
Nabors or Sheehan to Work
in Tigers' Final Game
at Shibe Park
Huehey and Ty will say Bood-by to
Shlbo I'ark nnd tho Quaker City fans for
tho season nt the conclusion of the skirmish
with tha Athletics this afternoon. Thla
pair havo tried to make It as comfortable
as posaiblo for Connie and hla clan, and
cams here bent on making It four In a row,
but Connie and Joe Duah crossed them yes
terday and nosed out a. victory by the
closest possible margin. The Tigers could
not score: the Mackmen counted once, and
this was sufficient to set back temporarily
As this will be the last appearance of
the well-known pair and their comrades,
Connie hopes to Blvo them a most impressive
farewell. Ho has used up his two big Runs
and must depend upon Inferior pitching
ammunition In the concluding contest, Ho
has Sheehan and Nabors and If tho latter
could Just remember that the regulation
same wns ono of nine Innings Instead ot
five or sir. he might be ablo to run In moro
victories. Lanky Jack Is one of the best
flve-lnnlngs pitchers In the league, but be
yond that distance he weakens and departs
to the bench by request.
Sheehan has twirled a number of good
games against Detroit, and If given a trial
today Is likely to Hhow some of the form
that made him so effective against Hughey's
tribe last season.
The Urowna and Senators went 14 Innlnes to
a. 2-2 draw, Welunan went the entire route for
Frank Baker won't be In the line-up for at
least another two weeks. Donovan made thla
announcement after conferrlna; with Hiker's
Rube Oldrlnar helped rout the Yankees' Jinx
by gettlnc two hits oft Eddls Ctcotte. the neme
sis of the Donovanttes. ilia contribution waa
Averages to Date
of Leading Batters
"DELOW will be found the battinp
--' averages, including yesterday's
games, of the leading major league
n i ii n
Speaker. Clereland lit 411 Ht 15(5
inoo. iieiroft .... Illl 4UI lU 144
aacit'on, imraicn.. 119 433 71
n A it n
Dnnbert. Brooklyn. 97 375 Ot 123
IlobcrtKon. N. lork lot 401 Ol 12H
Chase, Cincinnati. 103 331) 43 10
Fast Men to Race Carman
A field of bike riders thnt compares
favorably with any ever put on at tho Point
Breeze Motordrome will start In tho 50-mlle
International motor-paced race nt tho local
track tomorrow night. The btnrters will bo
tho American champion, Clarcnco Carman ;
Georgo Wiley, a little Syracuse Iyer; Bobby
Walthour, the veteran of many hard races;
Gcorgo Columbatto and Leon Dldler, the
French champion. The main Interest of
this race will bo centered on the four men
who are to compete against the champion,
nnd thero Is much speculation as to
whether Carman can really bo beaten In a
slnsle and double and two runs.
won oy 7 to u.
Pecklnpauh and Weaver had
Loulsvill, 0: Kanasa City,
Minneapolis, fi; Columbus.
Indianapolis, 14 1 MllwaukeA O. Indianapolis,
Toledo. U, St. Paul. 4. Toledo, T; St. Taul.
2 (second same).
New York State League
Wllkes-Darre. 3: Syracuse, 1.
llarrlsburr. j Blnehamton. 6.
Hcranton. 3: Utlca. U.
Elmlra. 2; Reading. 1,
POINT BREEZE MOTORDROME
Tomorrow Night, 8:30 P. M.
CO-Mils International Slotor-Pared Race
6 ltlDKHS 5 l'At'KMHt:Hs
Wiley Paced by Stein
Didier Paced by Morin
Carmen Paced by Hunter
Walthour Paced by St. Yves
Columbatto Paced by Senhouse
In the Etent ot Ualn Race Run Friday Night
Cleveland Is trying; to duplicate the record of
the Athletics on tho llrst Western trip, when they
failed to win a same. Thus far on the eastern
trip tha Indians have been defeated In eery
rarae. thn Yankees taking- four out of four and
the Red Box three atratxnt. The last two de
feats have been shut-outs. In addition to loalnr
the same yesterday. Manaxer Font lost Catcher
Daly, who was badly splksd by Pitcher Slays.
Tomorrow and Friday will he busy days at
Shibe Park. Cleveland opens the final western
series with the Athletics and a double-header Is
on the schedule. Again Friday another twin bill
Is booked and, Judzlnx from the way In which
tho Indians aro coins nqw. tha Macks should
stand a good chance of turning in a few overdue
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BOXING SEASON OFFICIALLY
OPENS AT NATIONAL TONIGHT
By LOUIS II. JAFFE
THE omclat opening: of the 191S-17 box
ing season In Philadelphia will occur to
night, when Jack Blackburn meets Toung
Alicarn In tho wind-up of an nil-star show
at tha National A. C. While tho fistic game
has not been dormant this summer, owing
to the activities of the smaller clubs, nono
of the tnp-notchers has Appeared, and the
fans have been anxiously waiting to get
another look at tho much-advertised boxers
they have been reading about. Bouts ot
color white vs. white nnd white vs. black
will be the feature.
Blackburn Is a veteran In the fistic
game, and It will be remembered that he
boxed a IJghtwe'ght, heavyweight and mid
dleweight In three bouts staged in a month.
Blackburn met George Memslo at 133
pounds, and followed up with matches
against John Wllle, a Chicago heavy, and
Jack O'Brien, at 1S8 pounds.
With the middleweight division In n
muddled predicament, no definite champion
being at the head ot tho clas3, both Black
burn nnd Ahcarn are anxious to place
themselves near tho top. Science Is the
best forto of their respective attacks, and
It will be a matter of whichever happens
to bo tho faster to romp oft with tho laurels.
It should be a good exhibition In the hit-and-get-away
style of fisticuffs and real
cleverness wilt predominate.
Tho semifinal will bring together two
of tho oldest boxers In the world, both
gem'men of color. The Kentucky Rose
bud, who has passed the half century
milestone, nnd John Henry Johnson, who Is
but a year or so from tho BO mark, will
mingle for Lombard Boulevard prestige
They havo met three times In the last year.
In their last contest tho Bud scored ono
of the cleanest knockouts ever witnessed
In a Philadelphia ring. He swung a loft
hook, wrist deep. Into John Henry's belly
nnd crossed a right-hand punch to the chin,
sending Johnson to tho mat for tho fatal
Mickey Dunn will come over from
Gothnm and show In the third number.
Wllllo Spencer, of Gloucester, will be
Dunn's opponent, and tha New Yorker has
no soft Job on his hands, Jolinny He
Laughlln will open the show with Eddl
Bondo, followed by a elx-rounder between
Toung Qopeland and Kid Blair
Ryan Athletic Club fans saw plenty of
action and then some at the weekly show,
held last night The wlndup brought to
gcthcr Terry Mcdovern, who rormerly boxed
no Henry Hlnelite, and Frankle White. The
latter ruled a heavy favorite before the
match started, but he had to box his best to
win, and It wasn't until after a rally In the
sixth round that the South Phlladetphlan
waa ablo to lenve the ring with the right
side of the decision.
William B. Phillips,
attorney, at law and
ii. i" .hn.V?i!2f.1P?,.P' friends rrora Jer
sey to the rlntslde of the Aran Olub last nurht
tt tk H4M1AltlaM . .
Utt nnd conitltufnt b ' Frinkfi
Si!rS5Vt,lSr- ".n57 'e"M JS. 5 wty
and hla assistants. John Rubba. Frank Dl
Auistlon and Sydney Mark. " "'
tAu?uilfc. '?. prf. "Ie,!nt ??"". eomlnr out
of llnltlmore It would eeem that Johnny Ertls
tt,'!.ir?Vnt",',n "?, K,d Williams. an aspirin
ISM?' . RT3ntT r,m"t of challenges: by
Williams, hurled I at Ertle. have been emanat
ln from the Oriole City, The champion's
anxiety to meet Krtla aaaln. no doubt. Is to
5Tlp1 i"".1 the foul victory scored by the St.
I aul laa. .
onT!,ll.Uye,.TerdhaV.0'm,"',' reo'nlne wre "'
Mickey Prown has taken on a few pounds and
bantam bouts. Until this
.--:....." "."U"..",TO11 " iv irauna i
n wm not ie nanaicapjvss much In welsht In
UHnEHm Damn. limn in vn ii-nw. wK M..
SrjU.W" below the ''16' limit. Another
llsht bantnm who has ..rained In welsht, but
ll II a legitimate "18".pound boxer, is tounjr
, I'ustllne the Evr.iixn Lioosa all summer at
Wlldwoort ha; proed eood tralnlnc for Ilattllns
Tefky. the llaltlmore bantam, and when he
returns hero In a few, days be will bn In shape
to tnke on anybody his poundaie. The battler
ii u tiuvcr nuio ooxnr ana nis riant nander
spells mute testimony of sleep when it connects.
Frank Erne., the Itarrlsburc boxer who has
been successful as n promoter In Lancaster,
as-nln will stare bouts there this season, lis
has nsslmed Pierce Callan as his Phlladel.
phla representative. Many local boys oppeared
In Lancaster competition last aesson.
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Atlantic City Branch, SOI Atlantic Avenue
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