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JOURNAL, IOHTLAI,TD, TIIUI'
Walter ; -McCredie's - Battling Beavers Are: . Defeated-. in
BALL -IS POUNDED '
HARD BY TBiE BEES
'bait 'Lakers Annex Seventeen Bingies.im beaver mgnt nanaerj
. Rumler Leads in Attack With Five Hits; for; Total of Eleven ;
. m n-" Sk
oases; maocmen. oco
S ALT LAKE, July 17.-,Bill, Rumlef was. the ."ace" of Salt
Lake's one-sided victory over the Portland Beavers in Wed
. -nesday's g"ame. - - "'", ' " ' " , '
r The bigriphtfielder found.Ken Penner's fence ball to his liking
and grabbed five hits, including three doubles and a home run," in
as many times to the bat, driving across seven tallies in addition
to the run markers he scored himself. i '
In the first inning he homed, scoring Maggert ahead of him.
His double in the third scored Mulvey, who had tripled, and an
infield tap in the next frame scored Mrkle. There was nobody
on in the sixth when Rumler doubled, but in the seventh he
cleaned three bases with a powerful swat to the right .field fence.
Earl Sheely. and Markle, who op
posed Penner on ' the mound, "each
grabbed -three hits during- the one
. ring circus. - .
The Bees pounded Penner hard
throughout the entlig game. They
scored twice in the first, four times
in the third and put over the same
number in the fourth. Two runs
were made in the sixth and three in
the seventh. "
Portland scored once In the first
and were shut out, although they
made enough hits to Bet a bushel of
runs, until the ninth, when two runs
were batted in on four hits.
The Intense heat had its effect on
the Portland twtrler, but McCredle
forced him to travel the limit.
AB. K. n.
: 8 '
Kin. lt ...SO 3.
WfotenU, 8b ..... 1
Rrxw. If . .- S 2 2
W.iker, ef ...... S 1 2
fitllin, 2b 4 O .3
Koehler, e . 4 0 1
lUder, ss 4 0 1
Co, rf 4 0 2
Fanner, p , .
.... i 0 O
Total . . ;
...41 .8- 18
24 13 1
AB. B. H.
MtCfert, ct . ... . . 1 2 0
Krus. 2b S 2 1
MulTr. If ...... 4 8 1
KomlK, if ...... 8 4 B
Bhely, lb 4 18
Johnson, M ...... 0 2
tnilisn. 8b ... .. 4 0 0
Brier, 0 ........ 5 12
ktsrUv, p ....... 4 2 ' 8
8 is it
SCORE BT INNINGS
Portland . .1 0 0 O 0 O O 0 2 8
Hit -......., 3-11-1 0 0 2 2 418
Salt Lk ....... 2 0 4 4 0 2 3 0 15
IliU ......... 1 0 4 8 1 2 8 1 17
- Two baw hiU lUdor. WfaterziL Walker 2.
racing coast iinaui
.... SO 37
. . . BS 41
. . . . 4S S2
. ... 40 sa
. . . . 46 33
.... 4X S3
. ... sa si
... . ST 35
.. N 45
San franclaco ......
att. Lake . . ,
; Oaklane" ..........
. New York .......
- Brooklyn .......
- Botten ...........
. . .20 48
. . . . 4S 27
. ... 42 SO
. ... 44 33
SW Loul .........
.... S3 43
. ... 31 V41 ,
Fim to braid
. First to bcdld
Fletcher, James Sc Carson 1 1 Roberts
33 N. Broadway Phene Broadway 106 I Park and Everett
i A AM .", 111 f
re iwo in wb mnui. , - . .
Bnmler 8. Sheely 2. Matkle. 'Three-base hit.
Mulwjr. Homo run Kumlcr. " Sacrifica fJy---Siglin.
Sacrifice bitaMaicert 2,-Kras. Ifer-'
kle. Stolen base -Koehler. Cox. Miusert,
Jobniton 2. . Base ea ball Off Pewter- , off
Markie 8. B track out By Penner 4. by
Harkle 8. Runs, responsible for Penner 18.
Msrkle 8. Left on bae Portland 15, Salt
Lake 8. Pint baa on error -Portland 2,
Salt Lake 1. - Tune 1 :68.. - UmpireavEasoa
and Held. -. m . . .......
SEALS BEST SEATTLE.-- i
IN FIRST OF SERIES
San Francisco, July 17. Seattle, lost
the opening game of the series to San
Francisco Wednesday j 3 to 2. Cav
eney's playing: was the outstanding- fea
ture of the contest. Score
SAN FBAJf CISCO
A EL H. O. A.
AB. H. O. A.
Rehick.cf . 8 2 1 0
Fitnerald.rf 4 0 10
Hnnter.If .. 4 O S O
KMrner.lb. 4 1 1 1
Crandali.2b 4 0 18
Ca-reney.w. 8 2 3 12
Karom.Sb. : 2 2 0 1
Baldwin,e.. 2 0 1 0
Couch.p . . 8 1 1
ComptonJf 8 2 :8 ; 0
Hoep.2b. . 4
Bweeney.e . 4
S .2 1
0 0 0
1 3 2
0 11. 0
1 2 8
0 0 21
O 0 0
Total . 85 8 24 10), Total. 29 8 27 18
Batted for Re-tan In ninth. -8COHE
Seattle 2 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 02
Hit 3 1 010 11 1 8
San Francisco . .... 11 O 0 0 1 0 0 8
HiU ; . . 2 2 1 1 O. 1 0 1 8
Run Compton, Hoap, - Bchick, " Cafeney,
Baldwin. Error Begun, r Hunter. Baldwin.
Stolen base Sweeney, Compton, Hoap. Two
bae fait Koerner, Hoep 2. Sacrifice hit
Kaenm 2. Bases , on ball Off Began 2, off
Couch 8. Struck oat By Becan 8, by Cowcb 1.
Uouble play CaTeney to Koerner. Passed ball
Sweeney. Huns, responsible Sot Regan 3,
Couch 2. Left on base Seattle 10. San Fran
cisco 7. Time -1:45. Umpire Casey and
SENATORS BLANK OAKS '
AND RUN UP 5 TALLY
Sacramento, July 17. Mails held Oak
land - to four.- widely scattered hits
Wednesday, and : the Senators made it
two straight from the visitors, winning S
to O. Holiinsrs, who started for Oakland,
lasted through the fifth Inning, when he
was replaced by Falkenberg. Score:
OAKLAND e i f: SA.CBA5IENTO
AB. H. O. A.
AB. H. O. A.
IJIM.cf. . . 3 ll J 6 0
Wre.2b... 3 1 J
Cooper.lf . . 8 0? 10
WUie.rf . . . 4 'It 0-: O
Murphy.Sb. 8 Ill s
Bobne.ss. . 2 0 0 a
A.Arlett,lb. 8 '0 12 1
MiUe.c... 8 0. 2 1
HoUinirs.P. 2 1.1 4
Vlkenb'rs.p 1 0 : O 0
Eldred.e. . . 4
OricEs.lb. . S
McU fi n.2b 8
orr.ss. . . ,
Cook.e. . .
2 0 1
HaU,p. ... 3
Total. . .37 4 24 IB) Total. . . .28 5 27 14
- SCORE BT INNfNGS
OakUnd. .......... 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 00
HiU .......... 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 04
Sacramento 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 5
. HiU i O O 8 1 O O 0 5
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At SL Louis:, R.H.E.
New Tork 000000000 4 0
St. LouU ....... .00110102 6 10 0
-Batteries Shawkey and 'Hannah;
Shocker and Severeid.- -
At Chicago: " ' ' R.H.E.
Washington . .... 00122S01 011 15 1
Chicago - ........ 100000000 1 4 8
- Batteries Krickson and Picinich ;
lioudermillc and Schalk. i r :
v At Cleveland : ' : - ? B.H. E.
Boston 00000001 01 7 1
Cleveland ..... ...00000111 8 3 0
Batteries Pennock. Walters ' and
Schangr'; Myers and O'NeiL :. :
At Detroit : (14 Innings) ! -' R. H. E.
Philadel'a 2000010010000 04 18 4
Detroit.: 0000030100000 1 6 11 1
... Batteries Johnson. ; Perry and Mc
Avoy, Perkins ; Ehmke and Ainsmith.
An games postponed rain f '1
Wolter, Gricc. McGafficaa. Fir ran. 4 hiU
off Hollint. 20 at bat- in five inninc. SUleo
base Lane, Mcf;fficn. Cooper, UUdleton.
Home ran Mkldleton, Two baw bit Hollint.
Sacrifica hiU Ian. Orr. Bases on ; ball
Off Mail 8. Struck out By Hollins 1. by
alalia 5. by Fslkenbarg L Double play
PinelU to McGaffisan to . Griccs: M eCaffisan
to Orrto Otitis- Bans responsible for Hoi
linc 4. Left o bases Oakland 4, Sacramento
1. Charte defeat to- Holling. - Time rl: 15.
Umpires Pbylo land Frmry. .. . .
TIGERS ' SCRATCH TOTAL I
OF 13 AN D. ROUT ANGELS
Los Angeles, July; 17. The numeral 13
was very unlucky for the league-leading
Angels Wednesday, They were1" beaten
by the Tigers, S to , thexengals also
getting 13 hits. The Angels made 12 bits
but could not score after the third In
ning. : .Meusel bagged a homer.' Score;
, - - VEBNOS LOS ANGELES
AB. H. O. A. - - AB. H. O. A.
2 5 B KiUefcrf -.. 4 2 8
Borton.lb. r. 4 -Kdinctoa,rf.
1 S 1 1 1-'abrique.m 4 1 S 8
3 - - 3 Koarnier.lb;- 3 113 3 1
2 2rawford.rf i 4 0 2 0
1 O lKenw'thy.2b 4 1 18
1 1 8Elli.lf....? 4 1 2 0
2 ft 8Mehoff,8b. 4 3 12
0 4 2Bols,c... 3 . 1 2 1
0 0 Oj Brown.p. ,1 2 11:0
1 0 2 Pertica.p..t O O 0 O
Brooks,e . .
? FitUry.p .i O O 0
8chulta.p.. 1 O 0 1
Bates.... 1 0 0 0
i t Busier.. 110 0
Totals... 84 18 27 10 Total. . .35 12 27 11
Batted for Bole in ninth,
t Batted for Schults in. ninth.
. SCORE BT INNINGS k
Vernoa . . . . .t. ....'..00041 002 018
HiU . . .'...00042412 0 13
Los Anseles .......... 1 4 1 6 O 0 0 0 O
HiU .TrX.. ..1611011 11 12
SUMMARY ' . .
Run Mitchell 2, ' Chadboorne, ' Mensei 3,
Borton, Edington 2,' Hich, Fisher, Frommo 2.
Kill efer. Ellis 2. iehoff. Bole. Brown. Error
Meusel, Edincton. Home run Meosel. Two
base hit Brown. Hich, Mitchell. MenseL Fonr
nier, Borton. Sacrifice hit Fabrique, Eor
ton. Brooks. Hih 2. Edincton. ' Stolen bases
Fisher. BJllefer. Baasler. Struck ont By
From me 1, by Schults 1. Base on ban
Off Bbuck 3. off From me 1, off Fittery 2. Rons
responsibla for Hcmck 6, Brown B, Fittery 6.
FWe hiU,- 5 ram, 7 at bat ff Hoock in. on 9
plus innina. Fits hiU. 5 ran. 16 at bat,
off Brown in 4 plu inning No him, no ran,
none at bat, off Pertlca in no inninc. Four
hits, runs. 0 at bat, off Fittery, in 2-8
Inninc. Chars defeat to Fittery. Double
plays -Fabriqne to Fonrnier; Mitchell to Bor
ton: Chadbourno to Fisher. Hit by pitched
ball Mitchell, by Pertica: Frommo. Mitchell,
by Schults. - Umpires Bedford and Finney.
Time 2:17.. :i , . .
Oregon City Is Tied
, With West Lilin
Gladstone " Park, Willamette Valley
Chautauqua. July 17. In a featureless
game Wednesday the Oregon City team,
defeated the. Oswego players, 7 to.
Oregon City .and West Linn are lead
ing the league with, three victories and
one defeat, with the Portland Kirkpat
ricka following with two wins and one
loss. - Oswego has won one of three
games and' Eatacada has been beaten
three straight. The series will close
Motor Car Co.
St Phone Broadway 136S
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Woifard Eliminates Goss From
r .State Tennis Tourney; Local
' "'- Women Are Losers. t
TY7ALTER '.'A. GOSS holder
Oregon state tennis championship-
was eliminated, from this year's compe
tition. . being ; staged - on the Courts of
the laureihurst club, . in a sensational
and hard-played three-set match v-wlth
Catlin Woifard. Wednesday. The scores
were 9-7 4-6, -4.
Woifard. who annexed a victory over
Gobs in the finals of the "war" tourney
of 1917." was forced to play an uphill
game during ' the , entire match. Hi a
erratic serving, gave Goss many points,
but when in danger of t losing Woifard
braced and pulled the match out of the
flre. Liiw. V- -i - -.
GETS EABITLEAD ' '
Goss was leading, five games to two In
the first set and it appeared as though
the veteran- would ; wtn In " a -walk, but
Woifard. came back strong and won the
set, 9-7. Goas steadiness gave him the
second set-and he was leading" four-love
In the third set. when the young player
started-to play a master game and won
six games in a row.
Marshall r Allen, former Northwest
junior champion, won a three-set match
from . Elmer Griffin, brother of the fa
mous San Francisco star, after dropping
the first set.- Allen played a great game.
William Taylor of Seattle eliminated
two Portland players and It appears as
though Seattle will be - represented in
the final. -" . s - "
XEER ADVANCES .
Phil Neer advanced another round Dy
trimming A. D. "Wakeman. Rodgers Mc.
Veagh i eliminated Charles Grimes of
Tacoma without much difficulty.
The surprise ' of the "day's play was
the defeat of Miss Stella Fording m her
match with Miss Gertrude Schrelner of
SeatUe, 75 s-4. The " contest was the
hardest fought of any : played in the
women's championship, the Puget sounrlj
woman playing : a very -careful and
steady game against Miss Fording, who
is one pf the ranking players of Portland.--
.. -s . ...
Miss Irene Campbell, former "state
champion, lost to Mrs. J. C Cushlng of
Berkeley In straight sets. Mrs. W. I.
North up advanced another notch by win
ning from Adele Jones. , ; ;
The playing of Mc Veagh and Taylor in
the doubles has been a feature of the
tourney. They eliminated Neer and Goss
and annexed a victory over the Spokane
youngsters. Jack Wright and Robert
Harper, In -a pretty match, y s - ?
BIO MATCH TOD AT .
Mrs. Northup and Miss Schreiner will
meet today in the women's singles And
it is expected that this match will be an
a Sa WoUard ; beat Walter A. Gom. e-7.
H. V. Cat best J. B. Bilderbaeh. S-S. S-2,
w HUm IT,,or t dray. 6-0.
-William Taylor boat A. R. Manser, 6-2. S-2.
, Phil Neer beat A. D. Waaemaa. 6-8, 6-0.
A. IX NorrU twat Herbert Swett. 6-1. 6-8.
5- 7 UT Weter June Shlr. 6-1.
MarshaH , AHea ; beat Ehaer Griffin. V4-6.
6- 4.-6-2. - -
ltoer KaeTearh beat Charles Grimes. 6-4.
6-0. ,.-.-. . -y .. . ... . ;
LADIES' sinolks y. .i
Mis Lilly Fox beat Mist Helen CasTraU. tj
Mrs. J. C. Coshloc beat Miss Irene Camp
bell. 6-2, 6-2. - . , s - -'- -'
Mis Gvrtrnde Schraiaer beat .' Mis gtoUa
Fort in. 7-6, 6-4.
Mrs. W. I. Northnp beat ICias Adale Jones.
MEN'S DOUBLES . -
Catlitt Woifard 'and Henry - Stervns beat
Leonard C. Wilson and J. Walker, bjr default.
nKocera MaeVrach and William Taylor beat
Phil Neer and Walter A. Goes. 7-. S 3, 6-4.
H. E. Wheeler and I. JT. Wttmer beat Rob
ert Oilman and partner, by defaalt.
. Harry 8. Gray and T. Oreen beat Gay Flye
end Charles Grimes, 7-6, S-6, 6-1.
Rocers McVeach and. William Taylor beat
Jack Wrlaht and Robert Harper. 9-7. 8-6.
Mi Irene Campbell and A. D. - Wakeroan
beat Uin Madelaine Steffen sad Bobert Harper,
I Mr. W. L Northap and Percy Lewis beat
Mrs. Bess Clark and H. E. Wheeler, by default.
- Hrtj 3. C Cnshinc snd. Elmer Griffin beat
Mildred Terry and 1. Walker, 6-0, 6-2.
Mia Maym McDonald and William Taylor
beat Miss . Harriett Johnson and T. Green,
6-1. 6-1. -- .
-Mr. J. O. Cnshlns and Elmer Griffin best
Hiss Rath - Carlson and Georc G. Dewey,
Mia Gertrade SehrHner and E. 1 P. - Stein
met beat . Mr. Ethel Warner and partner, by
default. T "
Mia , Stella Fording and Kenneth Smith
beat Miss Mariam Sinclair and Marshall Alien.
S-4, 5-7. 6-2. .
. Mi Irene Campben and Mi Gertrade
Schreiner beat Mr. Harland Wentworth and
Miss Mariam Binclalr. 8-6, 6-2.
. The draw for the consolations was
made 'last - night and resulted as fol
Kenneth Smith, bye, va. John Walker, bye.
- MUUnatoa Grey, bye. vs. Leonard C Wilson,
bye. -. . ..v
Aterenson Smith.- eye. -,
Herbert S. LiUlo ts. S. A. Btecham. . . -'.Henry
Stevens ra. D. I. Witmer.
C C. Ralph es. Robert GUman.
Ieo MaUett vs. H. B. Wheeler.
H. ' E. Bandall . s. George G. Dewey.
Blank, bye, vs. Charles Grimes, bye. -
Joe Lirencood, bye. vs. Darid S- Cohen, bye.
A. S ' grohman. bye. ..ts. Percy W. Lewi,
bye. U -y. . . f - r
This-af ternoon's schedule : ,
2 p. m. Herbert B. Little ts. 8. A, Bins
hirn, consolation, t Henry Sterena . D. i.
Witmer, consolation. . Millington Grey ts. Leon
ard Gt Wilson, eoriSoUttoa.' Joe Livensood ts.
David 8. Cohen, consolation.
S p. m.- Mis Ines Fairehnd and Herbert
S. Uttle ts. - Mia Stella , Fordins and Kenneth
Smith. . . " . . - v-
4 p. m. Phil Neer t. William Taylor.
Mrs. 3. P. Mulder and Welter A. Gos vs.
Miss -Adele Jones and Jack Wricht. Uiss Ger
trude .Schreiner ts. Mr.v W. L Northup. , Miss
Mayma McDonald and William Taylor r. ' win
ner of Fordma-Smita and FairchiM-Llttle
match. "Harry S. Gray and Max Wood - ts.
Doaglasa Yni ' and. Stacy..
5 p. m. Mrs. J. C. Cnahins Ta Miss Lilly
Fox. Miss -Mariam Sinclair and Dr. E. P.
Steiiunets T. winner - Wentworth -G fty and
Ballincer-Flye match. ' .
- 6 p. m. .-A- D. Wakeman and A.- D. Rons
v. Millincton Grey and T. Green. Rocer Mae
Veech ts. Marshall Allen. Catlin Woifard ts.
winner Cate t. Harper. -Mr.. W. L Northup
and Percy Lewie ts. Mr. J. C. Cnshinc and
Elmer Griffin. , Leo Mallett ts. H. E. Wheeler.
oomolatioTi. - - ..- ' ...-..-- yi.
I . p. m.--A. TJ. " Korris ts. Harry Wester
maa. Rocer i MacVeaah and ; Wailaat Taylor
t. H. E. Wheeler and D. J. WMaer. Elmer
Griffin and MamhaU Allen ts. Catlin Woifard
and Henry Stereo, j O. - O. Ralph r. Robert
Gilman. eonsolatioa. v H. E, Bandall ts. George
Gi Dewey,-, consolation. , , r
' -r;C 1 a, " , t ':
National Guard Units. Recofnized
C Washington. X July N. S.) -
Federal .recognition of national guard
units in the "states of New Tork; New
Jersey. Ohio, Missouri. California and
South Carolina, was extended duiins; the
week ending - July 12, the awr, depart
ment ' announced today.
i ... . --'-mmmmmm 11 ' n Q i ' tmemm ' :-ST. -
. . ...
Corinthian association football eleven,
one of the crack amateur teams of Eng
land, may visit this country 1 during the
1920-21 season. . - . -
Jack Dempsey to .
. Battle Morale :in:.
- N. -Y;, Says Report
PitUbarg, jily 17(tf F.)
Jack . Desapsey, new heavyweight
champion, has eeaseated te a boat
with Frank Mora a, accord lag te lo
eal fight promoters who have beea
aagUag for the match. " Moras ox
pressed willingness to meet Wlllard's
eonaaerer, bat Is said te hold that
the boat skomld be staged la -the
Zatt, as aioraa flrsres a largo sor
Uoa of kls Xew Tork followlag weald
JIMMY WILDE IS .
Bantamweights Wilt Meet in 20
Round Contest Tonight; Thou
i sands to See Bout.:
London. July 17, (TJ. P.) Anglo
American rivalry was Intense today as
British and Yankee fight fans awaited
the start of the Pal Moore-Jimmy Wilde
20-round bout at.9 :30 o'clock tonight.
With General Pershing and his staff
and a host of American doughboys in
the city, augmented by members of the
American colony in Paris, the match had
assumed an - international ' interest. '
Wilde, the world's flyweight champion,
was the favorite today, but the odds
over the Memphis boy - showed a de
crease compared with the betting three
weeks ago. - Looking fit from his train
ing, Moore weighed in at X o'clock this
afternoon just under IK pounds. Wilde
was much lighter.
. .' .The drop m the odds was caused by
reports that Wilde bad lose his old time
form and slackened his pace. If Wilde
wins, it Is figured he must score by the
knockout route. If the scrap goes the
full distance. Moore's chances are, con
sidered excellent, as he is faster than
Wilder" though not so . deadly with his
The purse for tonight's battle la $30.
000, 918,000 to the winner and $12,000
to the y vanquished.. The Olyrapia
stadium, where the match: is to be held,
has been sold to its capacity of 15,000
today. Hundreds were turned away. ,
W. Backus Annexes
First Place in Two
Events of Tourney
. . ' r ys i ' , .y .yy y y- ' .
Two out of three events -were, taken
by Walter F. Backus in the weekly prac
tice fly and bait casting tournament of
the Multnomah Anglers' club at the gell
wood ' park casting T"pool Wednesday
night. Backus scored first in the dry
fly accuracy and went to the front in
the distance fly light . tackle, while
Charles Smith a newcomer, led the
.field in the one-fourth ounce accuracy
bait, contest. . .
Dr. E. C McFarland took second In
the dry fly accuracy and la the one
fourth accuracy bait, while be ran third
in the distance fly light tackle. Jack
Herman was third in both the one-fourth
ounce accuracy bait and the dry fly
accuracy, with N. Hedges second in the
distance fly light tackle. Backus scored
98 3-16 per cent in the dry fly- accuracy,
made an average of J. 03 V feet in the
distance fly light tackle, and Smith reg
istered 98 10-15 per cent in the one
fourth ounce event. i f
Multnomah Club to
To The Dalles Dip
The Dalles. July 17. Under the direc
tion of Jack Cody, swimming; Instructor
of the Multnomah club of Portland, sev
eral expert swimmers are expected In
The Dalles next i Sunday to take part
in the water carnival. . .
It is probable that there will be four
or five. la. the party. It is hoped that
Mrs. Constance Meyers will be here to
give a diving exhibition.'- Several other
swimmers have been asked to come and
take part in the: official opening of The
Dalles Dip. - i - -
A , bathers ball will be given next
Saturday evening In the local Elks tem
ple to raise money -for the maintenance
of the bathing pavilion during the sum
mer and the making of some necessary
improvements.-.-1 - - 'y-
There will be several open events Sun
day and winners will receive prise. The
committee is arranging a number of spe
cial features. i-, r i :; y . ,: .
- Sktf Frjancisco, "July 17. (U. P.)
Four knockouts ; featured ; last night's
association boxing show. , Jack' Downey
took the main event from Rex Morris by
decision. Caesar Attell - knocked out
Qeorgie Curran. Chris Derrick flopped
Kid.Massey in the second. Louis Brown
m,r niw Rrannaa on the shutter and
Rufe-Marsball'a Wred men threw in the
sponge when Sergeant Mccormick con
nected with, Rurejaw. ,
San Francisco, July 17. (TJ. P.) Tom
Cowler, heavyweight, leaves Philadelphia
tomorrow for Mexico City to appear in
an exhibition- bout with Jack Johnson,
former heavyweight : champion, accord
ing to " a telegram received today from
Cowler's manager, Joe iWoodmatw The
bout will take place lata in August.
' Oakland. ' July' 1?. iXJ. rP.'i Franlde
Malone received the decision over Jimmy
Dundee at - the Auditorium -here last
night. f JlAmy Ford and Eddie lndon
went the draw route. '
Shipment , k
SUi and Wash. Ui and
Don . jr,
S i TWO
. . . V" SIZES
Champion's Manager! Surprised
at Eastern! Report) Willing tot
Meet.' Europe's Best
LOS ANGELES. July 17. TJ. P.)
"It's news to me." was the comment
of Jack Keams, manager of Jack Demp
sey, when shown a Pittsburg dispatch
saying Dempsey " had agreed to meet
Frank Moran. ... .: " J x -
"-rMoran isn't a card, in my opinion,"
Kearns added. "I feel that. way after
the showing Moran has made with Carl
Morris and some of yie others." '
iron, trulv . Awliriid . he . looked
Vindly on the proposition to meet the
winner of the Carpentier-tiecKeu mai.cn,
1 feel that Carpentier or. Beckett are
the only men who are really in a posi
tion to meet Dempsey now. . ' t
. "There's one point I want to make
clear, however. We do not refuse to
meet any man whom the public demands
Dempsey to meet. y If any promoter can
put up the money and show 'us there is
a demand for such a fight, we'll meet
Moran or anyone else. -.
"Dempsey- is a fighter and .we would
rather fight- than : sro on the stage or
into the movies or do anything else. We
don't want to wait a year to fight again,
either." -y y - , u . , -'
Kearns said he would leave with
Dempsey this afternoon for San Fran
cisco, make a brief stay there and then
go to Salt Lake, where Dempsey will
visit liis mother for a few-days. Then
they will go east to fill theatrical en
gagements, --y? ' y--i.j:-T':. :yy - . ;."
. Kearns and Dempsey are here to com
plete details of a motion picture contract
for several big feature films in which
Dempsey is to be star. Kearns said
close to $1,000,000 is involved in this deal,
London Promoter -:
To Make Big Offer
CJ g To Jack Dempsey
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London. July 17. TJ. P.) George
MacDonald, representing Promoter C
B. Cochran, - will leave next week for
America, to make " an 1 offer to Heavy
weight Champion Jack Dempsey to meet
the winner of. the carpenuer-ueckeiT. so,
September 2. " . " ,
MacDonald. it is said.'-has been em
powered to offer a. $125,000 purse. The
fight would be hem in bonaon.
Hot Off the Ball
riraPES Tiiters dtMetics" played ,14
X innings, Ehmke pitching all the way
for Detroit and winning .. his game
against Johnson and Perry.
, tUMrmnrt maAm the. White SoX eat OUt
of his hand at Chicago, giving up only
four hits. while the .Senators pounded
Lowdei milk and Danforth freely. .. - -
"Tki" Hd Sox h droooed 1 " their eighth
game of the season to Cleveland. Myers
kept seven hits well scattered wniis tne
Indians bunched hits on Herb Pennock
in the sixth, seventh and eighth Innings.
Shocker shocked the Tanks, his former
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WiU Hold Title for Long Tims
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Dempsey: Should Set a Record
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New Tork. July f 17. U. P.) Many
an argument over " the ability of Jack
Dempsey has taken place since he war
first, matched to , meet Jess WUlard for
the world's title. Lots of experts could
see that Dempsey . was In .' for an early
licking at the hands of the giant Jess
and ' they failed to admit conversion to
the side of the new champion after the
battle. ? - y -:y . .
; Such men as Jack Skelly, Jack Mc
Aullffe. and others of the old past in
fight affairs, have declared there never
was a fighter like Dempsey, and that Is
the belief of the .writer. , - y
MUST i XEE( 1ST T COST plTlOX ; J y M:A
l never saw .. John ' L. Sullivan. Jim
Corbett or Bob Fltxslmmons fight,- but
the very invincibility of Dempsey makes
it quite improbable that he will have
to surrender his title within ,10 years
always providing of course that he'
takes proper care of himself.- - ? y
Many a championship has gone with
the flowing bowl and the things that
go 'with. it. y. Rarely-; has there been, a
champion strong1 enough to ' resist the
luxuries that are available to a - man
with i plenty of money. They ruined
John L. Sullivan, Ad Wolgast and many
others. . They will ruin Dempsey un
less he pays attention to his condition
at all times.
' And that is the reason for confidence
team mates, with a four-hit shoutout at
St. Louis. The hitting of Bronkle,
Gedeon. Sisler - and . Smltli featured the
attack of the Brownies against Shaw
key's delivery. , y...-: .
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Every game In . the National league
was postponed on ' account of rain.
' The Giants would welcome rain for
the rest of the week. McG raw's pitch
ers needm resfbadly.
- The Indians have released Pitcher Otis
Lambeth .to ' the Columbus club of the
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In Dempsey. - He has always proven
strong enough for any emergency.
Doubtless he will find himself able to
carry himself through this hard fight
against temptation. ,
Jack McAullffe declared after seeing
the young tornado drop Willard time
after time, while winning the champion
ship, that be never had seen a puncher
the equal of Dempsey. He compared
him with Fltzslmmons and all the old
champions he loved so well and did not
find the new champion wanting.
BITS LIKE SCLLIVAX
"He hits like Sullivan and McGov
ern," said McAullffe. "He never will
be beaten so long as he pays attention
to Ills condition. He should be cham
pion 10 or 12 years and then retire un
There isn't a challenger worthy of the
name for Dempsey right now. There Is
Willie Meehan, who holds a decision
over-Dempsey in a four-round go, but
Dempsey would ' make"-mince-meat of
that chap.- Joe Beckett is little known
on this side, but' it is doubtful if he
would have a chance. Billy Mlske prac
tically admits he doesn't care to battle
for a championship held by Dempsey.
It is Quite probable Beckett will have
a chance , with the champion, for he is
picked to defeat Carpenttef. and thus
arouse Interest In a title combat.
teen ordered to lay off for a week by
the Dodgers' physician. Jeff has s
' National ' League Heads Meet
New York, July 17. (I. N. S.) An 'ln-
will be held at its offices here tody for
a discussion of affairs of general inter
est. Rumor has it that an extension of
the schedule may be considered.
Golf caddies of Massachusetts clubs
will hold a tourney at Wollaston in Au
gust. Two are to represent each organ