Herald and Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 3, 1920 · Page 4
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Herald and Review from Decatur, Illinois · Page 4

Decatur, Illinois
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Saturday, July 3, 1920
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DECATUR HERALD SATURDAY. JULY 3. 1920. DECATUR HERALD A-i i . v - tj m ir-1 t t inn . t m T" n TENNIS STARS OF ILL! S TO PLAY IN TUUKNAMblv 1 htLKt, NO! .1 1,1 CENTRAL ILLINOIS NET CHAMPIONSHIP PLAY JULY 12-15 Event ThU Year Expected To Eclipse All Others In Number of Contestants and Fast Play Tournament On -; Y. M. C. A. Courts Wiil Last Four Days With entries coming in from all sections of the state the committee in charge of the Central Illinois tennis tournament to be held on the Decatur Y. M. C. A. courts July. 1 2-1 3-1 4-1 5, is making preparations to entertain the largest number of contest- H ants this year in the history of the event. C 'J he dan- tor tlie tournament was Amunc; otncr stars wno nave com ,' set at a meciini; held Thursday inBlu. Sit was deciK-l to hold tlie tourna-Sraent in July Instead of In August, as -was first planned, in order to decide ffcthe Central Illinois championslvjis .prior to the Illinois Country Club tournament which is to be held in i.Calesburg. beginning July 1?. For t'oiHTlanf. The V. M. C. A. courts will be put first c'ass shape for the tourna-: mer.t and arrinstmfnts will be made -for lockor sj-i': for the contestants. .The f.layer will 'nave use of the i'. fSl. C. A. liiower baliis and swimming pool and will be able to have their meals in the V. M. C. A. cafeteria. Entries must all be in bj- the first trnail of Monday, July 12. Drawings will be made -that morning and play fwil! start ' M"nda-j-. . afternoon at 2 ;jo"clocli. The matches will be run off "In order, play will start Tuesday and -"Wednesday morninss at 9 o'clock and "iontinue during the day. The doubles "and singles finals wil 1 be played -Thursday. The tournament is open to all ten-fis players in Illinois. There will rbe no handicaps. . The committee, ol vhirh Harry Haines is the head. i3 ,T.nxious that a lar;e number of l)e-.".ratur players enter. Beginners are T3nviu-d to compete as the experience ihey gain in tournament games wil! 4e of sreat benefit to them. . .'Stars' "miiln(c. 53 A lirse number of tars who have flayed in the Central Illinois tourna--ment in former years will be on hand. Arcjiie Wssf. ,Vhoon the cup last .Vjear,i.r entered. '"'Short'' Dougherty. SMho'with West - won the doubles -hampioiiship. will play in the singles! rnd will team with West again ear In the doubles. Ted Snyder, ;foweaiua. who played West in the .nal game last year, is entered. peted in the tournament in past years who will play this year are Gauer and Dcy. Morrisonville; Wehrlc, Belleville: Fisher and Bernard, -Springfield; Riegal, Peoria: Bascomb, Lawrenceville; Haines, Catlin and Uder, Decatur. NOTRE GAME STAR LAN Trafton, 207 Pound Center, To Play With Staley Football Team Staley's have landed another star for their 1920 fotball eleven. The r.cw man is George Trafton, last sea son one of the star performers on the Notre Dame team. Trafton weighs 20 1 pounds and is six feet -tall. He plays center. Besides being a gridiron star he played on the Notre Dame varsity basketball team last winter. Trafton is txpetted to report to Staley's next week. ; i BROWNS TAKE ONE FROM SOX Harold Janvrin, at left; Ferdie Schupp, at right; Jack Fournier, below. The on-coming Cardinals are the talk of the National league right now. Close on the heels of the league-leading Reds they are startling the big leagues with their class. It's the first time in about thirty-two years that the St. I.ouis fans have had a rip-snorting team and they re just about in the booby-hatch. Ferdy Schupp's hurlmg, Jack Four-nier's game at first and the batting and utility work of Harold Janvrin aTe contributing factors in the club's climb. LOCAL BALL TEAM TO BLOOM1NGTON BOXERS READY FOR TIT! The Wa.lther Leacruprs of Iecatur this meet the Watther Leaguers of Bloom- ington next Sunday in the Evergreen city. The game will be played in the Bloomington Three-I League park. Benny Leonard And Char-j ley White Finish Train ing Today , Erratic Fielding Of Chi cago Gives St. Louis 7-5 Victory the second 13 to 4. The first game was marked by five home runs. Second Game Innings Boston . . . New York R. H. E. .110 010 010 4 14 6 .210 204 04x 13 14 1 Scott. Hearn and O'Neill; Douglas and Smith. First Game Innings 11 K. H. E. Boston 031 000 102 029 15 0 New York ...100 010 023 007 11 0 Oeschger. Fillingim, Scott and Gowdy; Benton, Douglas and Smith. Cardinals Defeat CHICAGO, July 2 Erratic fielding Pirate Crew, 3-0 bv Chicago coupled with opporturej' hitting gave St. Louis a 7 to 5 ST. LOUIS, July 2 St. Louis victory over the locals today inl0.feated Pittsburgh 3 to 0 today. innings. Innings 10 RIL? 7 14 01 3 de- St. Louis Chicago ..0 103000011 ..000030101 0 5 10 Innings 9 Pittsburgh I St. Louis R. H. E 000 000 000 0 6 0 002 000 Olx 3 6 1 Batteries Shocker and Severeid; C. Williams and Schalk. Indians Win Easily From Tigers 10-3 nrTRdtT. Julv 2 Cleveland hit three Detroit pitchers hard and wonj today 10 to 3. . I Innings 9 KHE, Hamilton, Meador Doak and Dilhoefer. and Schmidt: Dodgers Win Fourth Straight Game 2-1 BROOKLYN, July 2 Brooklyn won its fourth straight game today by beating Philadelphia 2 to 1. Innings 9 Philadelphia Brooklyn R. H. E. ...000 000 1001 7 2 ...000 001 0012 8 3 Causey and M. Wheat; Pfeffer and Elliott. Krueger. Mordecai Brown Quit Terre Haute Club Trailing closely behind the announcement of resignations by Jack Tighe and Schollenberger of the Rock Island and Rockford clubs, comes the resignation of Mordecai Brown, former manager league flinger, who has been at the helm of the Terre Haute club for the past two seasons. Brown handed in his resignation to President John J. Cleary Thursday: night. He declared that his rnn for quitting the club was became of the poor showing he has made. No successor has yet been named, but It is expected that some action will be taken by the officials Immed iately. May Hrrome a Scoot. numors nave u mat me great three-fingered hurler will become a scout for one of the major league baseball ciuds, out Broun refused to confirm or deny tn rumor. Railroad Y Wins From Decatur Elms The Railroad Y. M. C. A. defraud the Elms Friday night on the Tines diamond by a score of 13 to 1. Th Y. M. C. A. connected for 12 hits and made three errors. The Elms jrot two safe blows and made three bob. bles. Batteries Railroad Y. M. C. Schebly and Cow-pill : Elms Joneil and Hall. SPORTS Cleveland ...0 0 6 0 2 0 2 0 010 12 3 Detroit 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 9 1 Batteries Coveleskie and Oneill;! Dauss Ayers, Okrie and Stranage, Manion. Redlegs Wallop Senators in Hitfest BOSTON, July 2 Boston won a 10 to 9 victory over Washington in 10 innings today. Innings 10 R- H- E- . . ,. n nnn A 9 II 1 Washington - Boston 200 004 111 110 12 1 Snvder. Courtney, Schact and Gharrity; Karr, Jones. Elbel and Walters. Yanks Tie Indians As League Leaders PHILADELPHIA, July J New York went Into a tie for first place with Cleveland today by defeating Philadelphia 7 to 4. Innings 9 New York . . Philadelphia R. H. E. .012 004 000 7 7 0 .010 010 002 4 10 3 lllf n xtra ' iliilll e3 With t-very Suit 1 lailor mm nil rit' With Every Suit 1 Tailor SATISFACTION AND FIT GUARANTEED lilt l AII.OIt Oitr fcliarht Vear In the Same location. 'M -orlh Water St.. Three Doors Aorta of Millikln Bonk. BENTON HARBOR, Mich., July 2 Benny Leonard, the lightweight champion, plans to wind up his training grind tomorrow in . preparation for his ten-round championship match with Charlie White of Chicago, to be decided in a huge open air arena here Monday afternoon. White also will do his final training tomorrow. ' Although Leonard has declined to weish in public his handlers said today there would not be more than two pounds difference between the champion and White when they climb into the ring. Leonard probably will scale between 137 and 139 pounds ringside, while the Chicago lightweight ex pects to tip the beam at about 1 3C J j pounds. To Carry Welch White intends to go into the ring as heavy as possible and stil retain his speed. The eaucer-shaped arena in which the rivals will clash was rapidly nearing completion today. The structure is 250 feet in diameter and has a seating capacity of 15,000. Ed W. Smith of Chicago will referee the match. He was agreed upon after Jack Kearns, manager of Jack Dempsey. advised the promoters that the heavyweight champion will be unable to be here for the event. Dempsey was suggested as referee and was acceptable to both of the! lightweights. JTATIOXAI. LEAGUE. Won. Lost. i Cincinnati 36 1 Brooklyn -"5 Chicago 35 St. I.ouis 35 Boston 29 I'.ltsii'Jigh 30 New York 31 Philadelphia 25 27 SO 29 31 AMERICA LEAGl'E, Won. Lost. New York :..46 23 ! Cleveland i.44 . 22 Chicago -39 28 Washington ..33 29 Boston 31- -"2 St. Louis i' 33 35 Detroit 21 44 Philadelphia 17 ' 61 Pet. .671 .533 .522 .5 .500 .492 .456 .397 Pet. .607 .67 .683 .532 .492 .485 .323 .25J Thormahlen and Hasty and Perkins. - Hannah; Harris, Champs Defeat Cubs in 11 Innings r-TVCTWATI. Julv 2 Cincinnati de feated Chicago today 6 to 6 in a hard fought 11 innings game. Innings 11 RHE YESTERDAY'S RESULTS NATIONAL. LEAGUE. New York, 7, 13: Boston, 9, Brooklyn, 2; Philadelphia, Cincinnati, 6; Chicago, 5. St. Louis, 3; Pittsburgh, 0. AMERICAN LEAGl'E. Boston. 10: Washington, 9. Detroit, 3: Cleveland, 10. Chicago, 5; St. Louis, 7. Philadelphia, 4; New York, GAMES TODAY NATIONAL LEAGUE. Pittsburgh in St. Louis. Chicago in Cincinnati. Boston in New York. Philadelphia In Brooklyn. AMERICAN LEAGUE, St. Louis in Chicago. Cleveland in Detroit. New York in Philadelphia. Washington in Boston. THREE I LEAGUE. Terre Haute 2; Bloomington 1 Moline S; Rockford 3. Cedar Rapids 6; Rock Island Evansville 8; Peoria 4. Chicago ...0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 10 15 9 2 Cincinnati .0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 00 26 10 0 Batteries Carter and Daly, O'Far-rell; Ring and Wingo. Giants and Braves Divide Double Bill NEW YORK, July 2 New York and Boston divided a double header today, the Braves winning the first game 9 to 7 in 11 innings, and the. Giants 09TIS TIBBETTS THE CUT RATE rainless Dr. Tibbetts an Expert at Extracting Teeth Without Pain 24. years of doing the same thing makes one perfect no sore gums, no bad after effects absolutely no pain. ' . . . My Double Cusp 22k gold crowns last a life time for a short time only $5.00 guaranteed 15 years. My indestructable bridges $6.00 per tooth. Until July 15 th I will make my famous Whale Bone Triple Suction sets-of teeth for $10.00. Guaranteed for 15 years. My Triple Suction Plates "The Face That Is Known Around the World" Now is the time don't forget the place is at 114 East Prairie, Decatur, 111. Experience is what tells. Bite Corn Off The Cob Fire Works! HURRY! MOVE! OUR BIG SUPPLY IS GOING FAST. BUY TODAY. MAC'S 429 N. WATER i WHY SUFFER FROM PILES Who I'll LM SuuchetNon-BurvlcA : moiho ot .treatment, which hae bee , successfully used In hundreds of cases. If ! rlt&ia ycr reach? With T&e Dm boucQ.l method th 11 10 cuitln, no danger, bo loss ot time ind nu cbiuroform or ether and yuu pay (or results only. We guarantee treatment and (Ive yeu a life certificate. We can refer you to many well known nu aco women;' termers, business and profewloa. si men, who have bsen our patients. Wf .Ml all diseases or the Rectum eawpt zaacer. Csamlnalloo t-Tee. Oecator of Ooe. 431) Puwer Bide. Cfalcoso Of lire. 74(1 State-l-aka Bid. DR. C r. HAKVET. OR. A. U DeSOUCHET Fllr -Fmish- The The whole store struggles in the grip of the low priced Giant. A storm of price wrecking which no store could weather a world of staple merchandise, too, BUT circumstance says, LET IT GO 1 CUT IT LOOSE NOW! Paramount Values In Every Line We'll be crowded tomorrow, Saturday, but the bargains are worth h. Extra ir Qne peciall roup One group of white Sea Island Oxfords and Pumps. One and two Theo ties with military and Louis covered heels, wide range of sizes and widths. Former values to $8.00. A Fourth of July special toJay, pick 'em out at . une ana iwo tneo 3.98 FOR MEN A BARGAIN! Men This is Final! Palm Beach Suits, you'll need one for the 4th. They're snappy models in irridescent shades Hi-Backs-Belters and conservative styles. . These suits sell today in most stores up to $28.00. The sies are not complete, but there still remains a good assortment. We advise an early selection. So step right down and pick yours out $1 Q.95 Dollar Day Mil Day Any pair of menY black or white canvas tennis shoes or oxfords in the store, regular values to $2.00 all sizes SATURDAY for $1.00. $1.00 For Saturday Only We've extended the hourly sale held Thursday on ladies' white canvas shoes and oxfords, also children's white shoes, oxfords and pumps. Your last chance at these wonder values - (T" A A all day , !1.VJV It s Final, Men! A great many men were unable to attend the hourly sale of men's dres shoes, held Thursday P. M. for this reason we'll give you the full benefit. Many new lines have been added good range of sizes assorted styles and leathers. Your pick men of these dress shoes, values up to $10.00. flQ AA SATURDAY ONLY ; $O.VV ITS BIG! ITS GREAT! ITS FOR YOU Ryan IT TT ra iggms 1202 East Eldorado CLOSED ALL DAY JULY 5TH WATCH FOR FINAL INSTALMENT NEXT WEEK aesjra, mt i. a. 1 n I s a. 1

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