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TBB DETROIT FBEB PRESS, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1921. Tyms Cobb Wins Batting Title From Heilmann by Margin of Three Poin GEORGIAN FINISHES WITH MO (UNOFFICIAL) AVERAGE; HORNSBY, NATIONAL LEADER, HAS J99 ' FOR HIS SEASON'S MONEY AFFAIRS HOLD DP DEALS WITHIN tuveral Clung Desired. But Owners Won't Relent on Selling Prices OUTLOOK IS UNCERTAIN Many Insist Admission Charges Must Be Cut, Making Buyers Hesitant. BY GEORGK CHADWICK. iw Leased Wire to Th Detroit Fre Press. New York, Oct. 8. While the world series has been going on there is a great, deal of gossip that there are changes ahead in the major leagues. It 13 pretty hard to find out just what the changes are to be, or where they wilt take place, but. the talk persists. ... Two clubs might be sold, if the owners could get prices which they think worth white. The question is what is a baseball club worth in the major leagues? Is it worth as much as it was two years ago or one year ago? Is baseball likely 10 be a continuous good thing in the maior league cities, or is the force of public opinion tending toward changes which will make some of the owners think about reducing expenses? There has been much talk about (!! high cost of conducting a major league baseball club, yet In spit of that talk faeta turn uj which show that certain iiaseball nines have Ihv-o paying very substantial dtvi-.lend.s. and the patronfe of them are h' inninK tu aslt whether the time has not cotno when thoy should re-fu-.-' i" bo relieved longer of their f-p:irc coppers. Sort of Flimsy. U in all right enough to pay roa-n-.nnlilp ndmlsston to see bane ball, iiui Is reasonable adnMBslOn that rate of admialon Which permits a inati who lias nothing: else to do to divide a. profit of $200,000 between Mrmolf and his friends, and then tin'Ui'i' th.; admission price because the xpen.se of tha game is so high? iMt't it right to suggest that the rxiri)H(; must be high If the profits are a little less than a quarter of .1 million dollars, but Isn't the ex-ppiise hiKti to the patron of- the game rather than to the baoker of Ibf sport? That is why some of the prospective owners of clubs aro hesitating about taking the final iilunKe. They will not overpay for a franchise which may not be worth nearly so much if the admission to bacsball K-imes Is to be brought down from p. dollar to "Jfi cents. Th conduct, of the . ganm has iip.n nn a scale which Is out of j'i op. -1 ion to the interests involved Paying high prices for the transfer of ball players is not good judgment, because the public won-Uth why it should contribute Its niekHs to inako that possible. If a t:ill player cost $50,000. It Is not th- ..uner who pays that amount lit ! hia own pocket. It is the Kimball fan who pays the freight, t.'ohnu Wants In. ;...re Cohan wants to Bet Into tMf--t.:iH. hut he Imp his Ideas where w;int to go. He wouldn't buy a has-biiu dub out in St. Louis, and ha w. .tilt! be foolish if he did. unless homlVl"1,nrS l mak(1 Stl "t" hlu Th.-re is a syndicate. In New York, ! Th-r.- will be a syndicate if iir.v.ssary. which would like to hrok Intr, baseball. They have been ii.'-k.d to look into the proposition ni Philadelphia and that is an far tney have got. Owners of nullh-r of th. Philadelphia cluhs have Mi-wn that they wish to get nut of Run, but thftre are certain persons who would like to see changes I'"t through in the major leaguon who have HUggested to the prosoec- purchasers that they believe is a cimnce in Philadclnhia If itilngs arc. handled right. It is argued that Philadelphia needs a renovation. There in another club In major '! circles whleh It would he hard V ly at a reaonahle figure, for wn(i.n a change is solicited, if a change can bft effected. The own-Tfl of the club are becominjar acre and more unpopular with the pub-'V at!? 'here is a sentiment against uwMn m their own onranlazttot., J1 increase rather thah de- Ihipeot Too Much. Th:it any kind of a oni i'.ngfd in not very probable, but if flDV flpnirr. In oaI I i V. asked would be outracreniislv yet tlic i-iith iu f,n. .1 " ' 'oounuB mat way. !iWT WPrn Krounda suitably H thrre would bo a chance to . ',' , : ncw k-'lKUf if any one wlsh-tt " k Tn! league would have b u k t? ro Public with popular ;,"tlan. fl Prices which would he t.'i,hnry to Ihe Benera! run of ,mn fHlls- The trouble with meni'w Vndertak,n !a that the roo-; 1 iR put n the road the old i...''"'-' w-otild drop their prices to ireeze them out. rCfcpyrlRht, 1921.) f hen MlfM-. MKli. FOOTBALL Today Sunday , NAVIN FIELD Oama Strt 3 p. K. DETROIT TIGERS vs. DAYTON Fined Averages of I 1921 Major Season AMERICAN LEAGUE, a NATIONAL LEAGUE. TEAM BATTmt). St. Loula. O AB . ft OR H 1717 711 in w is TU 1ST ion Cblcavo ...... im -Bass yMiJwton ..111 Em tm m Tm Boston unicajn Ctavtland Nw Tftt-k Detroit ..S Ht- Washington AthlOtlCB TEAM FIELDING. DP 0 A J M 197J .. im mar son . in ... in 46 19S9 ... 1W 41SI 13tt .,17 40 IBM ...152 4Mft 1M7 .. 1ST 4196 1SS0 INDIVIDUAL toATTINC P'1 bnv bMn in IB or i SKmeft and bit ,t50 or bettert COBB, Detroit......... 8 BM in S HEILMANN. t t 1 Soa 111 I Sh Insult, cfevoUnd... 23 a U Hutu, i-iew Tork. m Ml lit i i- m MS u I1T U 5 Bum. Cleveland;;;;; at w ft OODALL, Detroit... 4T 88 11 30 ,Kl Nununaker. Clevo 4 m jr 47 .860 Spwfcer. Cleveland.... in Sffl iw IB Sco5Boni st; i- i m n en .tsi Wood, Cleveland....... S? 118 82 TO .U v?rt w Tofk., & M 17 ,m Tootn, St. LUlg ISO 870 113 S3B Mt WilUanw, St, loala.. ESQ 115 190 .W6 Bl 142 .3 IM m 403 G7 134 .525 143 562 S3 186 .331 61 m M 41 .l 6 9M 4a W .W0 13S SIS St 169 .S2S 163 E7S 101 1ST . 14 474 M 163 .831 in w iK .m 149 697 IM 131 .3S) .108 .418 73 131 .320 1S4 671 112 1B3 .319 164 629 100 200 .318 134 W 77 134 .314 47 fit 11 19 .all 41 1M 14 33 16S ESS 103 181 11S 630 33 164 MAVS. N Vnr Kodiv, Chicago feAMbSS5::.::. Strunlc Chicago ... Rich. Washington J. Buflh. Boston Stephenson, Clereland. Pratt, Boston Oanlnor. Cleveland . . 8evereld, Ht Louie..., O'Melll, Cleveland Mcuael, New Tork.... Hooper. Chicago J. Sewell. Cleveland. Witt, Philadelphia SchntiB", New York Baj-ne, St. Ldliti Griffin, Philadelphia.. BLTJE. Detroit Jamlcnon, Clcvoland.. TafVan, Chicago ward. Now Tork flhnrrllv A'nuhlnMnn I'M -rtt FTjAQSTEAD. Detroit.' S3 238 v. wdiKer. Fbiia lit goo JndffP, Waahlngton... 163 BM MelnnlR, Boston 153 588 HASSLErt. Detroit.... 118 3R Sheely, Chicago 164 5fi2 Shankn, Washington.. 164 Menotikny, Bontoo 153 475 R. JONES. D!tmlt....!41 S33 Lelbold, Boston 123 4fi7 Nfontll, Chlcaso 110 3J7 fihawkey , New York . . 39 90 Dusan, Phlltidclnhla.. 119 469 Paul Johnson. Phil.. 60 138 E. Johnson. Phils... .. 1S2 6U YOUNG. DelMU...... 107 40S Graney. Cleveland 6 103 Plpp, Ne York...... l&S 593 Perkins. Phllailrlphlft. 141 533 Johnston. Ctevflnnd... 118 38C Baker, New York 34 331 Courtney. Washington. 32 4S EHMKB, Dutrolt .... 30 72 Xustltt, St. Iuls 27 65 B. Harris. WbsIi 164 684 inostor. Boston UP 41 Pecklnpai-Rh. N Y. ... 14R 573 128 Miller. Waahlnpton. . . . lis 4rt 67 Milan. Wnshlncton.... 113 407 65 E. Smith. cievRland... 128 427 95 Ellcrbe. St. Loul? 11S 433 ! derber. St. Iouls...... 114 .435 Welch. Philadelphia... 116 402 Palk. ChlcaRo 152 SS6 .843 6 16 .840 37 61 .311 3t .807 170 .300 M 188 .303 73 ITS .308 36 117 .303 S 170 .302 82 168 .301 77 153 .301 S3 lfifl .300 87 110 .300 96 174 fiO lfi7 63 113 IS .292 170 .311 63 16 .891 . 141 513 . . 43 IRS . 20 48 . 108 416 . IM 71 58 233 8fi 207 66 175 J. Collins. Hoston HawKfl, New Yon: Roth, - New York. WambfRanss. Clcve. . E. Collins, Thlln E. Miller. Now York. FoWHtcr, New York. RUei, Dostnn ... us am Plelnich, Wash.. ..i... 110 141 Bratchl, Chicago 16 28 ITasty, PhlladBlphta... 3S 0 SHORTEN. Detroit... 92 & Dykfji, Philadelphia... 155 RI5 O. Bush. Washington. 490 HOLL1KO. Pcirolt... 35 48 rt". Johnoon. Wash.... 38 108 Vlclttl BOMton ......... 43 7T. Pennock. nonton 21 7C MrNatly. New York. Onlloway. PhHa. J. Walker, Phils...... .MnManus. St. LulR. DAUSS. Detroit Sotboron, eievctand. 6h(tker. St. tula,.. QOBlIn, Wejihingtoh. . trm nnalnn Zaehary, WnshlnBton. 39 Hrower. wasnniKton. SARGENT. Detroit... Moore, Philadelphia.. Ijumb. St. I.ou1k P. Collins, St.- Ijonls. Srolt. Ronton Mulligan. ChlcaRO.... SrhBll;. ChlcBKO Earl Smith, Wash.... 65 123 49 116 63 167 63 ir.t 47 49 .280 . 71 BIS . 131 464 . 113 419 8 19 .3T5 33 69 .274 S8 16R .373 68 133 .271 4 )3 .270 111 Ltl ,2B9 4 20 ,2SB 9 20 .2flfl 38 67 .265 4S 122 .263 41 110 .23 49 inS .251 46 101 18 27 .JRO 14 M) 8 13 .sen 42 811 7 IB .868 67 179 SO 46 .257 . 4ft 133 . 68 110 . 154 S78 . 15! 607 . 128 416 . 94 25 in 10 18 34 .25 D IB .155 64 147 .2M M 153 .253 33 105 ti t3 .252 AMERICAN LEAGUE. o Shaw. Washington IS nelmaeh-AthlMlcfl I PhilllpB. wnnhtnirton .... .1 Mays. New York.... 49 PViriniBcn. . New York 17 Morton. Cleveland 20 Payne. St. Ionis 47 Collins. New York 28 Stioek-er. St. I-otitH 45 littHh. Boston 33 CTovcleskle. Clcvoland .... 43 Mftllp. Cleveland 34 COLK. Detroit 20 Katier. Chlcogro 43 Ptere-r. New York 18 Sothoron. Cleveland ' 2! PARKS, Detroit 10 Jonrx. Boston 40 .Thawkev. New York 3B Hoyt. New Yortr 4.1 Harper. Now York 8 Mogrlilc-. Wnflhlngton ,. 35 Atoflin. Wanhlncton S3 Johnson. Washlnjtton 35 Zachsrv. Waehlncton 39 Raghy. Cleveland 40 Knrr. Boston 26 Qulnn. New York 33 Uhle. Cleveland 40 Kerr. Chleairo 44 unvls, fit. I,ouId 40 V.itiatlder. St. l-oul3...... 31 Minre. Athletics 29 Kolp. St. Ivtuis 37 Caldwell. Cleveland 37 Selmeht. Wafhlngton 29 Pnnoek; Boston ..... 32 KIIMKE, Detroit Hodge. Chic.-iRrt 3(3 LEONARD. Detroit 26 JirtckHon; Washington .... 32 Myers, Boston 3 OLDHAM. Detroit 40 Rommel. Athletics 46 Harris. Athletics 39 DAUSS. Detroit 32 Courtney. Washington 30 McWecney. Chics ko 27 Pal mem. St. Louis 24 MiDDLKTON. Detroit ..38 Russell. Ronton 39 HOLLING. Detroit 35 Burwell. St. IoiiIh 32 Riipnell. tTliieaifo 11 Hasty. Athletics 34 Mulrennan. Chicago 12 Freeman. Athletics 18 Boland. SL Loulo 8 Keefe. Athletics 44 Nay lor. Athletics 33 Wilkinson. Chicago 36 Thornuihlen. Boston 23 Davenport. Chicago 13 Hulllvan. Athletics 2 Wleneke. Chicago 10 Connally. Chicago fi Fullerton Boston 4 Tliompson. Chicago 4 Tit. j. not 1.000 l.ooo -.38 .727 .ens .619 .nnn .R30 .KS6 .576 :9 .5111 .51 .Soa .S00 .4fll .4S1 .1 ,417 .inn .4fl0 Continuous Dancing 3 P.M. TO 12:30 A. M. TODAY TONIGHT ARCADIA ENTERTAINS THOUSANDS NIGHTLY 20c Spectators' Balcony 30c TEAM BATTING. R OR St, Louis ..... 1M 6306 Now Tork ... 183 6275 Otalcagw 168 5308 Boston 153 6384 PlttbtfUrKh ... 15 5376 c-miuuBipaia IN 6331 Brooklyn ..... 163 52S3 Cincinnati ... 158 6118 !3 H Pet. 1828 .an 6S7 1675 .899 773 IMS .291 7 1560 .S 603 1683 .m 919 1611 .283 631 1476 .280 649 14S .278 TEAM FIELDING. Chlcajco Pittsburgh ... wow xorK ... Boston Cincinnati ... St Louis .... ttroosjyn Philadelphia . DP PO A . 130 4081 2051 . 120 4240 1S61 . 169 4111 2129 . 115 4157 30(5 . 188 4088 134C . 130 4105 138 . 138 4087 2122 . 121 4042 2161 INDIVIDUAL RATTING. Players who aavo been In 15 or more MJnos and bit 0 or batter. 1 . O AB R H Pet. Hortisbr. St. .Louis... 164 591 131 238 .199 Twpmbly, Cblcain ... w les sauee. rjew xorR 37 72 t 8 Roush. ClnclnnaU 112 417 68 147 .: Mueller. St. Louis 55 176 25 62 .1 Rncther, Brooklyn ... 49 97 12 34 .1 McHenry. St. Louis... 13 671 94 20&, .1 Cruise. Boston 108 844 46 120 .1 B. Meusel, New Tork 147 686 96 20l .1 Foufnlpr. Rt Tinln... lis 7V7K tnt im i fttirlBtcnbury. Boston.. 61 126 31 44 Frisco. New York..,.. 153 $35 121 j21 Cutshaw. Pittsburgh . 99 550 47 118 SCOtt, Boston 60 83 14 30 . amitn, ew YorX.. 83 330 33 77 UIrer. Chicago 46 183 II 44 Rmlfti at rinl til Aivt tie ,tt Oran. Cincinnati '.. 97' 358 64 118 ttiffoee, Muimurgn ... 145 C3S 101 203 IVUOIUH. (MJSIDQ ., BUJ1S-. New Ynt4r Johnston. Brooklvn nnyaer. rew YorK... R. Grim cn. Chlcatto.. Sulllran, Chicago 81 23 Wheat, Brooklyn ..... 14S &s vouraoe, jmcinnau , Ranctoft New York, 141 COS 90 m .326 62 634 104 303 .324 107 307 36 59 .322 147 330 91 170 .321 96 V2 66 Rl ,331 .3ZI .320 .330 Marriott. Chicago Malscl. Chicago Oritnth, Rrooklj-n ... Itoeckel. Boston ...... Powell. Boston Carey, Pittsburgh ... Daubert. Cincinnati . RruffKr, Philadelphia Stock, St, Lout traocan, Cincinnati .. Kelly, New York.... Kelleher. Chleatn ... Pchultr. St. LouIr.... O. Walhor. Phlia ttrasslert Cincinnati . Behmanflt. Brooklyn.. Tlenllne. Phlla Knuecony. pnila Alexander, Chicago . 153 08 111 li 146 5R4 67 179 .317 30 38 3 12 .311 126 448 72 140 .313 114 39fi 54 126 .313 12T1 45S 66 142 .310 153 693 94 1S3 .809 IW) C114 111 193 303 140 521 SU lfil .309 69 1S9 .309 135 SIR 96 278 150 5R5 MS KI2, 141 G68 96 180 .308 IK . 9T ZOO . 91 274 . M 270 .108 324 . 95 8Q0 . 33 111 , 127 465 , 81 96 95 ISO .307 31 93 .307 37 84 .307 41 83 ,307 41 99 .308 42 107 .308 8 34 .308 63 142 .MS 8 29 .303 31 87 .304 33 79 .304 66 IRC .301 THsGk. fThtcfliM ... Clomon". St. Louis.... 117 359 29 108 T. Mtller. Philadelphia R4 320 37 9fl Gowdy. Boston f?4 1R1 17 49 Fturrtn Nov TVii-lr 1 Jfl ens 111 1 Tlerney-. Pittnburtih;... 116 445 ia3 aranvinn. pittnnurgh 32 611 RS ISO Carlson.. Pittsburgh .. 31 34 2 10 Oeai. tThlcago us 421 52 123 Wrlehtstnne. Phlla.... loS" 370 ks int TTollocher. Chlcann ... 10 559 71 IB" Pfters. Philadclnhia .. 125 153 7 4o Alnsmith. Bt tnin . 07 ct c 10 MnrdgraTe. Cincinnati A3 2K3 Mvers. Brooklvn i 144 r.lfl fUdnff. Brooklyn 107 372 nohne. Ctnclnr-ntl .... S3 cir tBourveau. Phlln..... 9t 7TK tentl, New York.... 42 81 c"hmlflt. Pittsburgh .. 114 33 ord. Boston 152 SS4 Vhltted. Plttshorvh .. IK 404 Thrown. New York 70 132 nnntneham. N. Y... 3$ 73 "awllnt Sw York.. 114 wt? Grimni; Ptttshunth ... isi- 563 ttv. Ch'cftiro im t Monroe Phllnrleinhfa . 7 1 "us. t-niooeinhln ... si T 3 s "nnsocs Cinelnnntl .. RS vis s ni 0'on. Brooklvn 1ST fi4 nohwer. Ptttshurch .., 31 n n tl tiiou. nnrmnatl .... 42 iia 7 M r-'henn Ponton ... R? 117 14 31 VJni-n. ninclnnatl ... M J 20 73 Tvinnreer. pt TiUlB ? S". 4 14 "oofl BrenVlvn r.f! BS 1R 17 ,tj .. -imrr. i-iusmirrn.. T7 FT, 117 ITilka. Roitnn IW W m im VT-ut-arfr, nrooM vn ... (T, itH IS r Ttchel1 Brooklvn ... r si it i 'nvnn, Mt. T-iul nn Flffl SO Ui .Mn Phllnrlftnhlft ...llW JttO 4' 71 " hirer. Boiton 41 lift 1 t 7rf,T,r1L P,"n'oiirgh ... 34 it "1,,r'Tn 12 nn .n r.R Pirrnll Cnrjigo "fl T fii ""-Vlnarn. Phila ine 311 n n N"H. Tin-ton e.i tr r, i 28 76 . 51 151 ,2M 47 107 .SJN 9R 175 .23W 30 m 50 155 61 115 16 37 .Wft 10 21 .27t fin ISfi .m M 13.1 NATIONAL LEAGUE. PITCHKHS' HErORDS. 'Mvlore. St. Iuln K.uirman. Chicago Gi.nlnnnlcr. nrooklvTj.. HliiKner. PItt.abnrgh ... Adams. Pittsburgh Tenk. St. Iuls i, New York Brooklyn r-m-a. ncw York hf. New York Tnny. New York 1 000 l.onn 1.000 Mil In Grln- . 41 'pllnwhnrw TXiLh,. in Cooper. Plttihurgh 33 P"-t!rs. Pi. Trails ! HlUnglm. Ponton 44 nmi-la, Nw Yotk r- oeschper, Boston 46 Haines, St. loa!a 36 Morrison. PittshurKb . 21 Pfpffer. SI. Imis 24 Srhupp, Brooklvn 30 Rallee. New York 3fi Mftnjusrd, Cincinnati .. -T) ' Ciirin st!.. Alexander. Chicago. r-rnii. Hcw'on ShPrtlrl, St. Tannin Mitchell, Brooklvn Walker. Ft. Iuis Watsnn. Ronton .... P.txey. Clnr.lnnntl r.icjue. Cincinnati Chfvve-i Cincinnati .... North. St. I,ou!a . .... Causey. Now York Mamaux. Brooklyn , Filler. CinrlnnftU Mnnmn, Boston ..... G"ary. Cincinnati Cfidore. Brooklvn Fmrman. Chlcntjo TTnmllton. Pittsburgh .. Ponder. Chicago Ruefher. Brooklvn McOnlllnn. Boston "V(umbe. Cinrlnn-ntl Martin. ChJcnEo s Smith. Brooklyn Meadows. rhllndHphla . Ftynn, New York Jones. ChtciKO Ffubbcll. I'hiladelphla .. York. Chicago Rlnir. Philadclnhia ... . Winters. PhHart.-lnhta .. Carlson, Pittsburgh . . . Bailey, St. rouia Sfdcewick. Phila, Markle. Cincinnati Braxton. Boston Hotts. PhlladelphlH O. Smith, Philadelphia.. SAGINAW SLAMS LANSING ELEYEN Eastern High Puts the State Capita! Boys Out. SpmiIrI to The Free Press Safrlnaw. Mich., Oct. 8. Saginaw Kastcrn eliminated Lansing Central high, last year'n state champions, from the Interscholastfc race hero today by defeating that team, 7 to 0. Lansing was outclassed all through the game making but three first downs and these were made by -Fitzpatrick, Lansing's quarter-back. Saginaw should have had a touchdown In the first period but poor judgment by Mack, Saginaw's quarterback, on the Lansing one-yard line, prevented. Wolverines Won First I me. Chicago and Michigan met on the grid iron 1 or ion nm tin in ihj ana lao woivcriaca wore victorious, 19 wj in. Knocked Out Bob Martin Recently DETROIT NEWS. Canaries 8 0 vono wrens j 5 :a Sparrows S .fico "". I OT Orioles ; j i ,33) 1 n" - - 8 .17: Hawks ::::: -j::::::::::::::::::: i I :m .XtMri, Watsons tsaaccs Prves Mar kern Thompsons Jm later s Slays DETROIT RAILWAY. w Wabash S . Northern Pacific 10 Consolidated g ura&d TruaK g Rock ItUnd 8 union I'a.cmc s Louisville A NAKhvlIlM 1 Southern v.... Canadian Pacific v 8 Chics ko Northwestsrn S Qulncy A Burlington 8 ipTvt'.::::.:::.-::::::::: ? ISalft Bnjtiseera OUUl . BY IGOX3. j Lo and behold the latest tistlc ar-1 rival Fay Kiaer. tho Cumhnrinnd Sonde r. Fay knooked a celebrated lster Bob Martin down tor a count ui nine in .Baltimore -recently, and imemdiately Soared tn thn unnor n. Kions of fame. Strangely enough. I ootn men aw products of the great! United States army camp school of boxing and while In the army abroad they were the keenest of rivals far the nrmv ho. irvuWh championship during the great tournament in Paris. 1 Both fought their vay to the soml-Onals, and In the final Martin got a close decision over Klser. Both returned to this country and Martin seemed to court fame with 1 a greater ardor than Klser. Fay spent his time fighting around Cumberland and Baltimore. Then they paired Martin with Klser agaui. it was the thing; that Klser had hoped and prayed for, day In and day out. They met. The story of how Klser, still hardly more than a good mtddle- w l!8? 1 S -far aB Poundage soes. sailed into Martin and as early as the count of nine Is old now. Klser coujdn t keep, the heavier man down, but In the seventh he had Bob going apain and Just when a knockout looked certain the Htrhts In the, hltr armory In which they wero boxing uui. it was seven minutes oe-fore the llerhtn wuro t1irni4 nn n it a r. In the meantime Martin had been (tin New Yfihc WorUL robed and taken to his corner to enjoy the lucky respite. He came out and finished on his feet. Klser had triumphed, howover. Now, that feat of Klser1 s makes him one of me Deat poasiomties of the day. Martin stood Bill Brennan off. In Madison Square harden and had him nearly out in the third round. He Is one of the lone three men who ever knocked out Frank Moran. sharing that honor with Jim Sav-age and Fred Fulton. Savage won only when the referee stopped a bout in which Moran had been badly, cut over the eve. They had fondly hoped to bring .Tiurcin ngni up 10 jacK uempseyo door within a few months, and alenfr cornea Klser with hla great rJfcftt nana and ail but ruins Martin's ra-tur& But it has made Klser. Teg RIckard was so ImttVesBed with the boy's showing at Baltimore that he Immediately matched him with Bil ly Shade, the California lad who went to Australia and cleaned np three or four divisions. They meet in Madison Square Garden on October 14. Will- this soldier boxer climb the golden ladder or fame? Well. Cum borland. Md thinks so. On his re turn from the great victory over Martin at Balttmoro the Cumberland Deoolo closed nn shnn. declared U a holtday turned the tcev nv-l to fay anrt rnaao nim tne oasnrui nero or ft big public hanquet. Cumberland Is with him heart and soul, no matter what Comes or froes. RUNNING SATURDAY'S RESULTS. JAMAICA. Pirst race,, 2-year-otda. 5 1-2 furlongs Grace, IS., 107 (Schuttingor). 20-1. 8-1. 4-1 won; Pastoral. 10G (Turner), even, 1-3, second; Niffht Boat, 113 (Marinelll), even, third. Time, 1:08. Glenbclls, Witch work, Juanebar. Castanet, Theo. Vineyard. Matches Mary and Spinning also run. Second race, 3-yearold.i and ud; 6 furlongs St. Isidore, 118 Wilsoii). 7 to L 2 to L, oven, won; Eaqulru. HO (Turner), 4 to fi, 1 to 3. second: Tldlngn. 107 (Falor). I lo J, third. Time. 1:14 2-5. Tlng-a-Llng. Itoss It.. Wedsewood and Ace of Aces also -ran. Third race. 3-year-olds and up: 6 furlongsBon Homme. 103 (Penman). 6 to 6, 1 to 8, 1 to t, won; Dry Moon, ill (Turner). 6 to 6, 1 to 3. second: Last Straw. 110 (Fator). I to 1 third. Time, 1:18 1-G. Mercury, Dlmmesdale and Tody also ran. Fourth raoe, 8-year-olds and ud: mile sad a ouartor Audacious. 123 (Kummer. 1 to 8, out. out, won: Donnacona. 105 (MarlnellU, 4 to L out. out, second. Tlma. 2:06 4-5. Only two starters. Fifth race, I-yer-olrts and up, 6Vi tur-loaBS Knight or the Heather, 109 (llabln), 8 to 1. J to 1. 6 W 6. won; Vort Churchill. 10S WUsod), 8 to S, 1 10 4, second; Ma-vourncen, 114 (Marine! ii), 4 to fi, third. TIrao 1;08 3-6. Ralco, Caro Free and Apple Jack. II., also ran. Sixth race, for S-ycar-olds, 8 furlonBH--HoroloKC 10s (Schuttlnger), 3 to I. even and 3 to 5. won; HuuatelJ. 108 (Turner), 3 to 6 and 1 to 6, second; Shatter. 108 (Fator), 3 to 6. third; time. 1:14. Com. maiider Mc. Meek In. Tlkeh and Mary Patricia also ran. LATONIA. Plrat race. 4-year-olds and up; S furlongsA. N. Alkln. 109 (Garner). $4.10. 18.90. S3.C0 won; Buby. 103 (LongV $..30, 13.80. aecond: Cotton BlOBSom. 103 (Barnes). 86.30, third. Time, 1:15 2-6. War Prize. Marse John, Olpsy Queen, and Tallyman also ran. Second, race. 8-year-olds; 6 furlongs Moon Winks. 109 (Qarner). (21. 40. t7. 10. 81.80. won: Luics. 117 (BarneD), 83.30. S3.60, xflcond; Spods, 197 (Wilson). S7.G0. third. Time. 1:18. Fedora. Tidy. Hester Ann Mctleo. Tamper, Kthel "Vale and Bvoalna Storle.-i also ran. Third race, for 3.year-olds and up. 1 3-16 miles Capital City. 110 fllarncs). 127, I13.S0. I8.S0. won; Tim MeGee. 10S (Burke). (17.60. 19.10. second: Pey C. IOO (Poretto). (4.30. third. Tlmo 2:07 1-5. Grace Daunherty, Lady Longfellow, Tulaa. Harvest Kins and Wave also ran. Fourth race. 3-year-oids and up. 6 furlongsFurbelow, 100 (Farrinston), $I6.0, 13 70 and K.C0, won; Dimples. 100 (Parke). R40 and (4.60. second; Harold K.. 103 (Wilson). 111.80. third: time. 1:17 4-5. Rapid Stride.1 LaJ ernlero. Lorlc. Mian Dors. Monsoon. The Virgin la. Judge Bildrow. Opportunity and Lonely also ran. Fifth race, for 3-yoar-olds and up, 2 1-4 rr.;ien H. E. Coleman. 110 (Garner). (4.80. (3.M and (2.G0. won: Secret Creetlngs. 100 (Wilson). (5.10 and 83.20. second: Sands of Pleasure, 105 (E. Barnes). $3, third: time, 4:05 1-5. Gipsy Lad and Pit also ran. Sixth race, for 2-year-olds, 8 furlongs Red Leaf. 109 (Burke). (9.00. (4. SO, (3.10. won; Precious Lulu, 105 (Moonny). (S.00, (3.40, second: Wayward Iady, 111 (Fields), (3.00, third. Time, 1:17 2-5. Lady Aster, Bright Leaf, Cap rock also ran. Seventh race, 3-year-oids and up, 1 1-8 miles ien. Halff, Tl2 (Burke), (4. SO. (3.30. (J.50, won; Honolulu Boy. 112 (Parke), (3.90, 82.80, second; Accelerate. 104 (Poretto). (2.70, third. Time. 1:5S 3-5. Arravan and The Wit also ran. furlongs LAUREL. First race, 2-yoar-olds; SW urBinmonn, 110 1 riritmiuii, to.su, i.tw anu (2.70, won; Alex H.. 115 (Morris). (4.10 and (2.60, second; Maryland Belle, 112 (But-well). (2.40. third; time. 1.09. Wise Lady. Red Brand, Jocose and Friar's Rush also ran. Second rare. 4-year-ods and up; steeplechase. 2 1-3 miles Flying Scout. 13l (Sims), 343,90. (18.40, (8.S0, won- LeMar-souin. 136 (Crawford). (S.60. 14.00. second; Pocant, 142 (Bush). 15.00. third. Time. 4-69. La Cyprien, 311ns ta. Sklb-hereen. Robert Oliver. Trmnspero and Decisive also ran. Third race. 2-y ear-olds; B furlongs Relay, 109 (McAtee). (8.70, (8.70. .M. won; "Yankee star, 111 (Hooney). i.70. 88.80. second: All Fair. 108 (Morris). 83.50. third. TUne. 1J.4 1-5. Mlsdaal. QUud- Couoled In betting. ' Fourth race. 3-y ear-olds and up; mile ant! a hair-JTh Porter. 120 (Butwell), (10.80. 85.10. 82.90. won: Mv Desj-. lli (Partington). (7.10, (3,70, second: Extor- luiiiuiur. i&a itvoiBy;, jz. ,v. tniro. Time. 2:35. (.--ipt. Alcock. Damask, Polly Ann, Ulazea and Lady Emmellno also ran. Fifth race, 3-year-oi da ana up, 1 1-4 miles Ooldlne, 101 (J. Rowan). (tO.&O, (6.40. (4.20. won: King Trojan, 100 (Clements), (20.19. 17. SO. second; Hello Part ner. iw (Allen). (4.20, third. Time, 1:45 3-5. Widow Bedotte. Scourgctnan and Sixth race, for X-veAr-oMn nnft itn it lotifis Bygone Days. 105 (Mooney). (S.10, out and out, won; Baby Grand. 118 (Kel-sfiy). out and out. second; Ararat. 109 (Coi-Ulottl). out, third; time. 1:15. Only three starters. Seventh race, for 3-yetvr-olda and up, l-H mill-nrrtmi- 103 ;f'1mr,l. (18.80, (10.60 and ti-20. won; iis.de P.. Ill (Rodrlgues), - (8.20 and (8. second; King John, 114 (Paxrlngtcn). (5.60, third: tlmo. l:4i 2-6. Fairway. Clean uono, Pastoml Swain. Huonec, Comml CI and Tantalus MONDAY'S ENTRIES. LACRKL. Piret race, (1.800. claiming. 1-jear-olds, 6 furfonf&f Dick Deadeye, 112: High a. 104; Beamer, 108; Orris, 98; Hyperbole. 98; Hllladalo, 101; Tho Wag. 10C: Miss Colin. 113; Flr Virginia, 110; Zenotta. 107; Tout de Suite, MS; Restless. 104. Second race. staeDlechasa maiden l- year-olds and up, about '4 miles rOlmmo. WU; WHO uiiLi), hi, iim uonrotn. lfi. Shoal, 140; Bobrlgade, 130; t Musty, 130 Deputy Vest, 145; Lueky Kind. 133: Phoonlx. 130; Left Fielder. 147. tJ. S. Coadcn entry. Third race, (3,400. for 2-year-oldi. 6 furlongs John Morrill. 108; tBraln- stortn, 106: tCherry Tree, 10; Devon it 108: Salllnn Alone. 105: Caretaker id!,: tltocket, 10S; All Over. 108; Altoo, 108: f. wuitne: and up, mile Bungabuct. ill; Bastille ins ; tiuper woman, ids; ,ix. 118; tiy Jlmtny. 110; Breeze, 114; Dark Horse. 119; Bridesman 119; Top Sergeant, 112: Montalvo 105. Firth racn S-VPar.nlrid nrl 11 n rtalm- Ing, 6 furlongs fSuporwoman, 98; 'Knot 1 ui ; dioiorcop, 1 ju ; -.-v, ignt iiaJ aer, 84 : Bromolla. 93 ; WelJflndor. 107 ; Hobey Baker, 109; Mock Orange, 96; Lunotta, 104; 'Pridtt of India. 88; Moody. 97. tW. J. Salmon entry. Sixth race, handicap, claiming, 3-year-olds and up. mile and quarter FIXer. 109; Lady Lillian. 107; Goldme, 100; Joan of Arc no; Comme CI, 106; Summer Bigh, &S; Cuban It a. 1I5. Seventh race, claiming, 3-year-olds, mile "King Trojan. 105; 'Artisan, 108; Morning Face. 103; CUInnis Walsh. 105: Lough Red. Ill; Bodansky. 108; 'Peggy Itlveit. 1S3 ; 'Attorney. ill; Mollle Barnefi. 10S; Dough Cfrl, 108; Perhaps, 106. Weather clear; track slow. Apprentice allowance claimed. JAMAICA. First race, claiming, 2 -year-olds, 5 1-2 iiuidurb iionnna, iwo; circle, lib; Mabel A.. 106; Fluribelle, 105; Pastoral, 115: Prottv Lady. 108: Lsdv Zeu. 105- Jaunebsr. 108; Vineyard, 108; Fred Kin- nay, iub; ATjepa. 111; joeo, ntta Tom, 114; Margaret White, ill; Proms-nado. 10a: Forice Ahead. 1 (IS. Second race, claiming, 3-year-olds and uy, liuio uuu iu JBIUIK uruilQO, 111; Diomedes. lit; Rep, 112; Regal Lodge. US; War Note, 115: 'EccarooleUe. 105. Third race, selling. 3-year-olds and 114; Rock port, 118; 'Queen Blonde. 108; Pa via, 100; Royal Jester, 109; Lsmpua. 113; Orderly. 119; Scottish Chief. 103: Lord Herbert. 113. Fourth race, handicap, (2.500 added. 2-year-olds, 8 furlongs Aknustl. 104 ; Missionary. 113; Emotion. 108; My Play, Burr Hlder. 120. ' Fifth race, claiming, 3-yeartHds anc Diomedes, 108; Sacarpolette, 100; Gryital Sixth race 3-year-olds. 8 furlongs Mercury. 116; Care Free. 106; Ruddles. 116; Domtngo, 106; fiea Cove, 118; w. T. Grives. Ill; Goodbye. 108; Voormir, 116; Monastery, 10C. -Apprentice allowance ciairaea. wwnor rainy; iracK gi good. Bowling Standings :::::::::::::::::::::::::: 1 1 :$? .647 .667 .897 ,588 .600 MICHIGAN STEEL TUBE PROX Kadtua JRoda """1 S SsSSw'lKL: r. ! DrtYeshoft 1 WWn. ATiDS ., s posrorricxB leagcbx CoUtctors .......... 5 J North Etod ...rr.U. s Northwestern i Knot i i-.i.rrrr . I larmr City JeUvry . 1 0twU DsiWerr ,71'. Special Delivery ....";"r 0 KMIQRT8 OP PYTHTA9. LamoQ ia Fsrndale Peninsular WavB ...... Osrflold Myrtle I Strait .".". 8 itigmana para ; 1 Laiayetu 4 OlrmDlo . . River Rougs HOSKTN8 LEJAOUK. W L PcU Sacred Annnnclatlnn Mrava Heart no. j BL Joseph St. Anthony MxrVi " St. fillcsbetb ...,;....: c Jonas lOgUtB High Igb scores Hemmer. 2U; Hares, 8U-2U. N-RWCOMB-EINDIOOTT. Basement Shipping Int. Fum Stockmen AdvertlMtng Men's Fumlsbum niga scoras A&tMit. an W L Pot. :: I i ":S .. 3 .C7 -.2 4 .833 1 S IK 0 Sunoco .. Occident wancot Kehos, 800. PARKR. DAVIS A CO. SfU-ot 8 0 LO Mftagei Q l.ooi Lactone S 3 ,W Cab cars 8 ,1 .50 Adrenalin 2 4 .5? Atoa 2 4 ,83: Kreso A 1 G .18 Alophen 1 -G .18 11 Kii scores ie nntngn. ueruan, 3M. irAMMONlVffTANDtSft. W L Pet. Auditing 7 6 .633 Shipping 8 .600 Purchasing 8 G .600 Sales . 8 t .418 tiign scotbo rn. uemik za, w 111, Kuru. 208 ; 6 1 el don, 208; Clements. 203: Mehrer. 3. Glass. Cook Standard ... Raymond & Trnvnlitni ... Employers ijetroit v . Jt c.i U. ri, r . ot li F. & O INSURANCE LEAOTIR. W & Atkinson 11 10 Raymond... 7 6 '.833 .083 CANTON LHAQUE. W L Pet. Camels 9 3 .7M Hippos f ! -Sti Rhinos . B .fffl Bears i- a 8 Znbras .H 6 8 -S0( Tigers , 8 ,6 lllgn scores major, la. v naucnio, zm. MUNICIPAL LEAOtTE. D. P. W. Commissioners u. f. w. Btars a u Plumbers nrd Inspectors 3 0 City Clork 2 1 Service 1hiridinRl!"'!!!!!!" 2 I Iubllc Light 1 2 Water Board 1 2 L. P. W. PermlUi 1 2 D. P. W. Superintendents.... 0 3 Motor TransDort&tlon 0 3 Sheriffs - 0 S Flaherty. 228: Fife. 221: Breanahan, 210; iiarrop, xiu; uoeuoi. wi. AMERICAN BLOWER CO. W L Pet. Tmdi No. 7 9 3 .750 Team No. 3 8 4 .667 Toam No. 4 9 4 .607 Team No. 3 t 6 ,5W Team No. a 7 5, .53 Team no. & Team No. 1 Toam Vn A 211 Kb scoreSB. HartKe. 21S-208-2. DBTROIT .VEWB LE1AOUK. . W L Kabel No. 2 8 0 Engel No. 4 a 0 Harnden No. S 3 0 Hartdtn No. 7 S 0 Txjcksn) No. 10 2 I Cast No. 9 1 2 Tarte No. 8 0 3 Kruger No. 1 0 a Martin No. 3 0 3 Nelion No. 6 0 3 High score Engel. 20i. l.OOO 1.000 l.WW 1.000 ASSOCI AT FD BLDQ. BMPLOTRRS NO. 1 W L Pet iron Painters ?hoet Metal . Masons Asbestos Miscellaneous ... Qencml Buttders PliunhL-ra RIoetHeal Caroenters High l.OOO .WO .500 :orrs Shroedar. 203; McTlghe. 313- ASSOCIATED BLDQ. ISMPLOVKRS NO. 2. W L Pet. Kiret Metal 6 & 1.0S6 Painters 5 1 .833 Mason - 4 2 .Sff7 Ashewtoa 4 2 .6fi7 Miscellaneous 4 2 -6S7 Oonf-ral Builders 2 4 .333 larpci! Iron numbers Electrical 1 CITY LUTHERAN. Pulford Ht Marks Rethnnv Piorc Weed mere Twelfth Street Chcne iroenoiH r,e(haman rioulevard Meldrum Military Columbia - I. y sand or High scores E. Orotl: Albu 205: Pohlman. 21 lot. 201: Freiberg 23.'.: J 203: F. Matlon. 218-2u2: man. 231: BlWhol:. 2 IJhlig. 203: S-.hiitxIcr. Goetsch. 209. Pet. -M9 .77S 3 6 .3.t3 1. TZi: LjOOSe. HOI'K. 1: Knv. 205: .'.Tiar-llownidt. 3: Wolta. I.-Ltialra. 107: Neu-02: Knorr. 203: II. 211: Strlck. 221; O. Cadillac t:cnt. troo Nnrthwav Chevrolet htnpps r.o. 1 QM. Accept Shepsrd United Motors Fisher Body Cent. Fores Canadian I Tod GM Office .Horipps No. 2 Hyatt Bear High scores Allaman. 214; Uennle. 212; F. 212; Hiker. 208. SCOTSTACli ENGLISH TEA uutwuSi duoawt ir4iW'?. ( . Pet 433 .333 :8S 2X1; -Ucnwrath. 340; Haventolk. :oelch, 200. KNIGHTS OP ST. JOl UN. W L Pet. 9 0 1,503 1 .859 8 1 .889 T 2 .TT8 n 4 .us 5 4, .SSC 2 7 .223 0 S lonl soors C. Moeller, 225; p. Bins- field. 238; Roland, (eg. SUN COMPANY. Pet. Best of Leagoe Ttilent C4p : tuned m RtVal Ajqgffnt Exp4sct Gtod Cfeovfd. 8I1XOAY SOCCICtt. Btuttaad and Seflttand " liilmiisHswisI ' match; klck-ofl at 2 p. a.; rfsntt jCL Leach. . While there fs ohIt fla offlotal. same sciieduled tor Efondmy 'etjTbtr noon, placers from : ai " leia - i8ni. . of the different clubi will D efi-cT&sed, the best of tha talent In Ihe Detroit and DUtrtct,JeaJfue; or at any rate the Enffltati and OeoCcb element which oomblned (MSVTecAtft practically SO par cent of the totitL vinB been selected to play In the soccer IntenaUonal classic. , xnia is the first or a setiea et three atlch- bout In which th thr4 different natlonalltlea of the British ialca will paiticipate, and ttw streit- etrt e&thualsam ia aroaaed amons tho repoctivo follower ,-. The merits of the various piWwi m passed upon by a wlection com inlttoe appointed, by tho Ibafioe- to iook over aii tne cinoa in actual SCHM rDTKE B LEAOtTE. McCords t 0 iuonnsn-n Five ,. 1 ntroli scorers B 4 Hub Electric Co 4 g Mack Prlntlnr Co. S 8 Universal Button Co.....,. 2 4 mire fits 1 Heme Brews l 8 nign scores vaugnr, 21s; Buck, Kortsl. Z04; Card Is. 302; Hendricks, Dntnlco. 200; H. Sehults, 200. GRAND, TRUNK LHAOUB. Teatn No, 3 0 iwim no, ...... ...... 1 1 Team No, 4 2 1 Team No. 7 2 1 Team No. 3 1 a Team No. 8 - 1 3 Twam No. 8 1 2 Team No. 3 ; 0 3 :S3 .233 .000 AMERICAN RADIATOR. w r. tw Ideals 7 2 .777 Kocooo 6 4 ,656 rrericiM & 4 Premiers B t Perfections 3 fi Standards 8 7 .332 Minn scores a. J. Brown, zm Houainnt- 204. , - . - LUMBERMEN-S . LHAQUE. Detroit Door Lowrte A Robinson . Ham track , . Rrnin Rest rick No. Walltch 1 ? Mlllor - K Huebner 3 wenor , 1 .633 .403 .333 yers, 203-210 Babcock. 318: Barth, 203: Povlits, JOL SECOND MAflONIO LEAGUE, W L Pet. Detroit -........... 7 2 Kilwinning s 4 Friendship 4 5 Ashlar 4 S Schiller 3 c wolverine 1 g .jji High aeoras Castor. 21S: nm-Iliie- 214: r. itamsey. 4 5rCOInbt' anJ the flnal ctoicr of the ran to nn eocn position la .tn unanimous decision ot thU eotninttT- tee. - ' In Bnclond end ScoUand . swatter has become a public institution, tti tt waa in these countries, that ttw international Idea originated, until the present time the annual meeting; of the nations on the stance r field is pretty much of a senaral holiday, and the Interest created Im hT cater than that attaching; to any of the other major competitions, tna EnRliah cup flnal included. 7,z ' These local internationals are o course on a smaller scale-: but the interest is proportionate to the ea .1L 01 KBjne prosress, and with no other attraction to divide the attention a lorre crowd of Cass will no doubt be at Packard parfc : for this event. Teams selected are: England Curran (Flint), McCul-toush (Walkerville). Jobson- Roses). P att (Roses), Bond Scarlet R-. Blackburn (Walkerville), WbJtteli (Detroit). k- Reevea rw1irAn,tt Slmms (Pontlac), Allen (Pohtlao). Bhantry (Detroit. lUsercesPor sr, counter, cnown, Hocson. LAl-leyntan. 7 Scotland Seay (Caledonia), Spence (Walkerville), HiKinsi (Rosea), Hamilton (Roses), Stepn (Roacs), Millar (Detroit). McQraln (Pontlac). McBeth (Scarlet ft,). Smith (RoBfts), Kelly (Caledonia SniS2rl5nd C5?edonla). Reserves- Milne, Sprott, Ramsey. PRINTERS' LEAGUE. MJnion Rubles JtSiJCs i W ran if Pnnlii Pearls Centuries Agates Nonpareils High scores 111 ggins. borl. 314. 55 3: Parr. M7: Sel- C1TY FT REM EN H LEAOUE. -Ktwsrt. 111-221; Koouen. SOS- Team No. 6 . Team No. ; , Teiim No. 3 , Team No! 1 . Team No. 5 . UtKh scorejj-2; Doll. E03, L A. YOUNG INDUSTRIES. INC. Inspiration Puclflc ... IntnrnAIlniul . . Continental Llnooln ., , ttoyni Pet. l.ltA .667 .500 Pet. a CENTRAL PRODUCT?" CO. Inspection n 4 10 6 fools IJ1 c spiers ; i JtlnK t.oarn 4 n OKlcc 2 u rower 3 i . crrr enoinijeiw. Team No. 9 3 Team No. 2 1 TCJim ro. 4 2 1 Team No. 5 ; 4 Team No. 3 1 1 Toam No. 2 1 i team no. 7 0 3 Team No. 10 " X ' a iiign scores-Lark. 210: RouHseaii. 3)3, FREE PRESS SHOP LRAGTH?. Senators , g 1 Cardinals ....","'" " a 1 Bears "" , Giants J 3 Cubs a 3 IndUns I Braves 7 ? scores Itlchanli. 2Lt; - 4 .333 I S .1(7 Murphy. 308. Get into the AUTO BUSINESS More than 9,000.000 automobOea and trucks in the United States today. These need trained men to operate snd repsir them. More thsn 1,000,000 men mast bs trained (or the shto industry during the next five years, ssyi a report 3 automotive engineers. TRAINED MEN ARE IN DEMAND But untrained men are losing oat. Ii yoa want a Baying jab or a business of your own in an- evergrowing industry, team the automobile buaineat NOW. Learn at Detroit Institute off Technology. AUTOMOTIVB SCHOOL. 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