r Page Foq* T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Sunday Morning, July 12, 1914. SWIMMING EXPERTS IN LAKE AT FABIES PARK, -Photos by Willis Swan Dive. Clarence Hall is seen in the picture. In the swan dive the feet are kept together and the arms are outstretches, making a. graceful effect. Single Summersault. Hall is seen just turning over in the air. Double Summersault. ' JomeÂ« Walter Is the only swimmer In the city -who is able to turn a double nom-rsault off a. sprlnp board. The picture shows him making the second turn. Many Experts in Lake at Paries Park. During the present spell of hot weather, there Is no more enjoyable recreation to be had than swimming. Eiaslly the most popular public swimming place In or near Decatur Is the ake at Farlea park. Hundreds of men, women and boys bathe In the lake every week. KNOW THE ART. As a result of their persistant prac- :lcÂ« a number of young men who swim n the lake are becoming experts In be art of paddling. Every sort of stroke can be seen there from the 'dog-fashion" to the trudgeon. One young man who goes Into the lake Irequently enjoys making a noise like a cea lion by blowing through his ips. James Walter and Clarence are two of the best swimmers and divers at thÂ« lake. The accompanying picture* ihow them In several of their feats off the spring board and pole. Sailor Dive. In this dive Hall has his left hand behind his back and his right hand at his forehead in salute. ,, m * l , nnn nnnr*n,-n.r Off the Pole. In this scene, James Walter is making a dive off the south pole, near the pier. The platforms on these poles are about thirty feet oÂ£f the water and the dive Is by no means a small f^^ j ^^^^^^^^^^^^.^^^ njvu , -njxruxfv LEftfl LEÂ« Schalk With .293 One of Highest Hitters in American League. W. Hlnchman, Columbus, .347; V. Clemmons, Louisville, .341; Paddock, St. Paul, .339; Severold, Louisville, .335; Killifer, Minneapolis, 333; Knight, Cleveland, .330. Kansas City with .284 and Cleveland with .273 lead In club batting. Killifer, Minneapolis leads with 33 stolen bases. Of the leading pitchers the three top men are Dougherty, Milwaukee, with nine won and one lost; Laroy, Indiana- polls, with nine and two, and Gallia, Kansas City, with 11 and 3, YOUNGSTER WINS IOWA GOLF FINALS Cttumwa, la., July 11.--Arthur Bartlett of Ottumwa today won the Iowa state golf championship, defeating Perdue Sheldon of Keokuk In the fin als 10 up and 8 to go. Bartlett Is i young player who in the past has fall pd to reach the semi-finals in Important tournaments. Besides the championship Bartlett captured the medal for low score In the first two days of play. Both fin sllsts were awarded gold watches. It RÂ«n. Post Dispatch.--"I've cured Eatella of rouging." "How'd you do it?" "Took her to a play that made her cry." President Weeghman Presented With Loving Cup. Chicago, July 11.--Ffclkenburg celebrated "German Day" by holding Chicago to three hits, Indianapolis winning through timely hits off Lange, Including a double by Rousch and a single by Paporte, 3 to 2. Zwllltng's home run, following a pass to Wilson, v.'a s responsible for the home errors. President Weeghman of the local club n n s presented with a loving cup by members of the German club. Score: Indpls 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0--1 S 0 Chicago 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0--2 3 3 Falkenberg and Rarlden; Lange and Yi'ilson. SI.OUFEDS St. Louis, July 11.--Going to the relief of Adams In tho seventh Inning, when the game was tied 3 to 3, Harris gave St. Louis four hits, which combln- ,-d with an error, and a double steal, netted the local team three runs In the one Inning. Score: Kan. City . . 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0--3 7 I St. Louis ...I 1 2 0 0 0 3 0 X--6 11 2 Adams, Harris and Easterly; Brown, Crandall and Chapman. PITTF-EDS LOSE TWO. Preparing for Piatt County Meet, Aug. 11-14. llonticello.--The horse Interest at llontlcello seems to be at its height at present. Walter Burrua of Assumption Is located at the track with fourteen head, and from their latest work It appears that out of the string he will have some good enough to win races. SOME IN TRAINING. Cacada, S.14i4, By the Captain and owned by C. H. Rldgley of this city, ii In training here. Captain Cacada has been worked in 2.1CÂ»4, with the halt In l.Oflvi and the quarter in 31U- VMtalene. bay marÂ« by Coralene. dam by Hlshwood owned by Don Hollan of this city has 'worked in 2.18, the hall In l.OOlt and the q u a r t e r in 31U. She is acting nicely. Her race record Is 2.17. Elmer Dickson. by Bed Medium, owned by Clyde H. Overeen of Coffee:], has worked In 2.10H and a quarter In 32. He goes tree legeed and looki to be a high class pacer. Colonel Quay, a sreen pacer by GuÂ» Wl- ble. dam by Fancy M., by Light Heart, ownsd by F H McJllllen. DeLand, haa worked 1 In S.20, half In 1.08. and a quarter in 33; goes tree logged and works fine. Colonel Fred, by Our Colonel, dam by Btrnal, owned by Simon I/elichner, DeLand, has worked In 2.23 and a quarter In 84, He Â°Betsle I* by Sherbert. dam by Walslnshnm. owned hy ft. N. Catchart. DeLand, has worked the mile in 2.17. .half In LOOV1 and quarter In 32V6. READT FOR FAIR. The Piatt county fair as usual will be one of the be-y in central Illinois, so far as racing Is concerned It looks that the field will be as large as evÂ«r and good racing Is now assured. The track li In fine condition and even now ttr. rail birds are out. Three running horses are on the grounds nnd being put In condition, these however will start elsewhere and be back here for the meet, Aug. 11-14. Brooklyn, July 11.--Brooklyn de feated Pittsburgh in both games of a doubleheader today, 1 to 0 and 8 to 2. Scores: Pittsburgh . O O O O O I J O O 0--0 8 t Brooklyn . . 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 x--1 5 0 Barger and Berry; Seaton and Land. SECOND GAME. Pittsburgh, . 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0--2 7 4 Brooklyn - . 2 1 3 2 0 0 0 1 x--8 14 0 Walker and B. Roberts; LafltU a*4 Owens. BUFFEDS WIH AND TUB. Baltimore, July 11.--Baltimore won the first game from Buffalo today bÂ» ! to 1. The second was called at tha end of the 13th because of darkness, Score: First game. R. H. E. Buffalo 100 Â«0t .000--1 S 0 Baltimore' 101 000 OOx--J T 1 Krapp and Blair; Quinn and Russell. Second game. R. H. E. Buffalo ....010 020 Â«00 000 0--I 12 1 Baltimore ..Oil 000 100 000 0--S t ( Anderson and Laviyne, Blair; Bmlthj Conley and Jacklltacb. Millikin Player in the W.-I, League. James Delaney, one of Jimmy Ashmore's Millikin baseball players, haf Joined the Wausau, WIs.. team of the \Visconsin-IllinoIi league. He expectl to play shortstop on that club thlÂ» summer and will return to Millikin la September. Delaney 19 a junior at MUUIcln and Is "Ashmore-made." He la handy with the stick and Is a capable tnflelder. HÂ« has been playing Sunday ball with thÂ« Mattoon Independent club. The Standard Bearer. St. Loula Post.--"I'm afraid our daughter IB not going to make a verj happy marriage," said Mr. Crumrox. "Why not," asked his wife. "She'Â« worthy of the best men. 1 * Â·Yes, but she scares the really In. duetrious fellows away. Her Idea ol a really able man is one who will sit on the front step and wave a llttli flag and holler 'Votes for women,'" Chicago. July 11.--Burns, of Philadelphia, leads the National League batten with an average of .364, according 1o figures made public here today. JCext comes Hummel!, Brooklyn. .345; Grant, New York, .337; Dalton, Brooklyn, .324; Becker, Philadelphia, .321; Byrne. Philadelphia, .321: Devore, Boston, .317; G. Burns. New York, .31 "ivingo, St. Louis, .315; Daubert, Brooklyn. .310. HERZOO BEST PILFERER. In the club batting, New York leads with .267 and Brooklyn Is next with .266. With 29 thefts to hii credit Herzoff, of Cincinnati, leads in stolen bases. Among pitchers who have taken part In mora than ten games, Mathewson, New York, leads in games won and lost with 14 and 4, and Altchlson, Brooklyn, Is next with 6 anfl 2 and Pfeffer. Brooklyn. Doak, St. Louis and Vaughan, Chicago, next with * ana three. Cobb'a .34Â« keeps the Detroit slugger on top In the American League though he Is out of the game. ' Next are C. Walker, Et. Louis, .340; Baker, Philadelphia, .335; Jackson, Cleveland, .323: Crawford. Detroit, .319. B. Collins, Philadelphia, .316; Coveleskle, Detroit, .311; Speaker, Boston. .295: A. Williams, Washington, .295; Schalk, Chicago, .293. ATHLETICS LEAD. Philadelphia and Detroit lead the clubs with .258 and .249. Malsel, New York, with 29 leads In stolen bases. Leonard, of Boston, with 11 won and 3 lost, leads the regular pitchers; Bender, of Philadelphia, with 1 and 2 I* next and Plank, of Philadelphia, with 9 and 3 Is third. FEDERAL LEAGUE. Federal league batten are following Carr, of Indianapolis, who Is hitting at a .193 rate. Next are Kauff, Indianapolis, .390; Evans, Brooklyn. .368; Easterly. Kansas City, .363; Campbell, Indianapolis, ,!ES; Walsh, Baltimore, .348; Bradley, Pittsburgh, .338, Grandall, St. Louis, .336; W. Miller. St. Iiouia, .331; Lennox, Pittsburgh, .329. In the club batting, Indianapolis leads with .297 and Baltimore next with .280. Leading pitchers among tho regulars are Kaiserllng, Moran, Buffalo, Â« and 2. Kauff leads in stolen bases with 36. ASSOCIATION. . : . . Titus Kansas City leads tha association hitters with .435. Following him era GrlfiUh, Indianapolis, .253; Clarke, Cleveland, (now with Cleveland Amerl) .111. Cornpton, Kansas City, .362; Twice Yearly UIT We have placed on sale our remaining stock of Men and Young Men's Spring and Summer Suits. These are our regular lines, and represent the product of the finest grade Ready-to-Wear Clothing. We do not carry Merchandise over from Season to Season. $20.00 Suits Reduced to $22.50 Suits Reduced to $28.50 Suits Reduced to $35.00 Suits Reduced to $12.50 $15.50 $18.50 $22.50 SEE W/NDQWS PittÂ® THE CLOTHES SHOP "(Eorrert Apparel for ftten" July Clearance DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY.... An odd lot of men's and young men's suits that formerly sold for $10.00 and up; this sale There's not a suit in the lot that sold for less than $10.00 and from that up to $20.00. They're all from our regular stock, broken lines that we must sell. Both Phones 1777. ELDORADO BROADWAY Keep On Smoking Decatur Hand Made Cigars There are cigars that you will enjoy. One of the BEST SMOKES you will ever find is the GREAT BEAR Hand Made CIGAR 5Â° Try It Today BOOTH SCOTT Manufactwm. 756 E. Eldorado St. Both Phones 1479. .lN.EWSPA.PERr NEWSPAPER!
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