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UtCATUR HER ALL) IT-IUK5DAY, AUGU5I 28, mu 13 DECATUR HERALD PIE TRAYNOR LEADS PIRATES 10 TO 8 VICTORY OVER CUBS WHITE SOX WIN Youthful Pretenders Threaten Title I Holds of Veteran U. S. Doubles Teams BUCS THIRD BASEMAN GETS FIVE OF 20 HITS COLLECTED OFF THREE BRUIN PITCHERS U. S. Scores Win Over British At Soldier Field Aid Cards' Climb Lott and Doeg Have Difficult Time Defeating z Gledhill and Vines DODGERS SPILL GIANTS TO END LOSING STREAK Elliott Relieves Clark in Second and Hurls Robins to 7-2 Victory HAD LOST 7 IN ROW White Sox Buy Him DOUBLE HEADER WITH CLEVELAND Heavy Slugging and Lyons' Pitching Net 14-5 and 5-4 Triumphs NO. 20 FOR TED Record Crowd Sees Combined Forces of British Empire Beaten, 9-5 SENTMAN IN RECORD CLOSE RACE FOR SECOND IN N. L. (7?1 Associated Press) Brooklyn's 7 to 2 triumph over the New York Giants marked the only forward step in the race for the National league pennant yesterday. The Robins picked up a full game on the Giants and on the Chicago Cubs, who lost to Pittsburgh, ' 10-8. The victory left Brooklyn a half game behind the. Giants, who in turn remained 55 games behind Chicago. The St. Louis Cardinals held fourth place a half game behind Brooklyn by downing Cincinnati, 2 to 1. The standing of the leader: Won Lost Pet. Chicago 75 49 .605 New York 68 53 .562 Brooklyn 70 56 .556 St Louis 69 56 . .552 By CHARLES XV. DTJNKLEY Associated Press Sports Writer SOLDIERS FIELD, Chicago, Aug. 28. Great Britain may rule the seas, but the United States reigns in athletics. . On historic Soldier Field, lighted as brilliantly as day, athletes wearing the shield of Uncle Sam conquered the sons of the British Kmpire in their dual track and field meet Wednesday night, by a score of 9 to 5. before a record smashing crowd of 40.000 spectators. The Americans, defeated the combined forces of England, Scotland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Bv Associated Press) NEW YORK, Aug. 28 The Brooklyn Robins came out of a seven game losing streak Wednesday to triumph over the Giants, 7 to 2. in the first of their four battles for second place in the National league. The Robins, who had dropped from first place to a precarious third as they dropped 15 out of 18 games before meeting the Giants, reduced New York's margin to a half game by Wednesday's triumph. Elliott pitched a good game for Brooklyn after he was called to the mound in the second inning to replace Bill Clark, who was ejected MEET TILDEN, HUNTER: By W. K. KING. (Associated Press Sports Writer) BROOKLINE, Mass.,. Aug. 2S Two sets of champions, holders of highly prized American and British tennis titles, battled here Wednesday to beat back the furious oppositioi of ambitious youngsters who fought valiantly to enter the semi-final round of the men's national doubles tourney on the Longwood turf courts. ; For a time it appeared that George Lott and Johnny Doeg, the defending champions, would be swept aside by the fight that Keith Gledhill and Ellsworth Vines, ambling Californ-ians, made for fame. Johnny Van Ryn and Wilmer Allison, the Davis Cup doubles team and Wimbledon champions, were pressed almost as hard ,by two other youths. Sydney Wood and Frank X Shields of New York. LOTT, DOEG WIN Lott and Doeg finally won 1-8, 6-3, 4-6, 8-6, 6-4. Van Ryn and Allison won by scores of 3-6 6-3, 11-9, 3-6, 613. They next meet Berkeley re)l, Austin. Texas, and Gregory Mangin, Newark, N. J- who advanced by defeating Fritz Mercer, Bethlehem, Pa:, and J. Gilbert Hall. South Orange, Homers By Taylor,. Hartnett and English of No Avail o Cub Cause ROBINS, CARDS GAIN (Bv Associated Press) CHICAGO. Aug. 28. Pie Traynor and his crew of Pittsburgh Pirates threw a devastating barrage of base hits across Wrigley field Wednesday that sounded a whooping welcome signal to the struggling: baseball camps at Brooklyn and St. Louis. Smashing: the offerings of three Cub pitchers for 20 hits, the Buccaneers defeated the Cubs. 10 to 8, and enabled the Robins and Cardinals to creep a bit higher in the National league standing. Brooklyn took advantage of the break by whipping the New York Giants while the Cards defeated Cincinnati. Root Leaves Karly Led by Traynor. who belted out five successive singles, the Pirates led the high flying Cubs all the way. They knocked Charlie Root, one of the Cub pitching aces, from the mound the first inning. They hammered Jess Petty, former Pirate pitcher who made his first comeback attempt for the Cubs, for 13 blows and then polished of their attack by nicking Bob Osborn for three more blows, one a home run by is Suhr with Bartell on base, that finally won the game. Bartell also hit a homer for Pittsburgh The Cubs had home runs by Dan Tavlor. Hartnett and English. Jy Associated Press) CLEVELAND, O., Aug. 28 Ted Lyons' pitching and savage batting of his teammates gave the Chicago White Sox a twin victory over Cleveland in a double header opening their series Wednesday. Scores were 14 to 5 and 5 to 4. The Sox pounded four Cleveland pitchers for 21 hits, which combined with six errors, gave them the first game easily. Lyons' 20th victory of the season came only after he subdued a threatening rally in the ninth of the second game. Only two hits were made off him up to the seventh, when the Indians scored twice. Going into the ninth he had a 5 to 2 lead. Two singles followed by Lyon's peg into centerfield trying for a second base forceout let in one run, and a sacrifice scored another. Lyons forced J. Sewell to ground out, to save the game. Tlrst flame South Africa, and British Guiana, in one of the most impressive track and field meets ever held. Eight rec ords for the meet were smashed, for arguing with Umpire Jorda over ! a called ball. BROOKLYN NEW YORK with the Americans accounting for five of them. The British established records in the distance events in which thev excelled. AB It If C A B K H C. Fred'ck.ct frltx.Sb I 0 3 0 New mark3 were established by the Americans in the 400 yard relay, the shot-put, the 480 yard shuttle-hurdle race, the high jump, and Enterprise to Be Defender of America's Cup (By Associated Press) NEWPORT, R. I., Aug. 28 The Enterprise was chosen Wednesday night to defend the America's Cup against Sir Thomas Lipton's challenger, Shamrock V, in the yacht races off here in September. The cup committee made the selection. The unsuccessful candidates were: Yankee, sailed by Charles Francis Adams, Secretary of the nation's Navy;. Weetamoe, the Morgan-Nichols boat and Whirlwind, Thorne-Hammond entry. MILTON MILLER WINS NATIONAL RIFLE MEET 14 2" 1 l.t 6 Glllert.3h llerman.rf VVriEht.as Bls'n'te.lb Bressler.lf Boone.x Moore.lf Finn. 3b Lopez. c Clark.p Elliott.p Chiraco . Cleveland Allen.cf l.ine'nOb Terry.lb Ott.rf O'F'rrell.c Jackson. sa lfoet'p'r.lf Walker.p Pruett.p llojran.z Peeae.zz Hevinjr.p Fullis.zzz hammer throw, while the British Thomas. Braxton and Tate: Hilrtlin, shattered records in the four mile re- Bean. I-awson anil Myatt. Kprintz. lav, two mile relay, and the three Keromi name XD CHICAGO , CLEVEI.A It H C AB P. H C AB "Two rookies who are aiding the St Louis Cardinals in their "comeback" attempt are Watkins, top, hard-hitting rookie outfielder, and Albert Grabowski, rookie ' fcurler. Kerr.2h 4 0 15 M-taie.ss 2 For a price which is said to have set a new Southern league sale record (the actual sum is unannounced the Chicago White Sox now possess Luke Appling, brilliant Atlanta shortstop, w.hose play this season has won him the name of a "second Travis Jackson." Apphng came to Atlanta direct from Oglethorpe university. Cissell.ss 5 0 1 5 , Coldman.ss 0 R-nolrts.cf 5 0 2 S r'orter.rf 4 .Tolley.rt 5 0 2 2 Averill.cf 4 N. J 4-6, 6-2. 6-3, 6-2. The defending champions' victory forced them into another esmi-final match with Bill Tilden and Frank Hunter, who kept pace with the other survivors by eliminating the last of the three English pairs, J. S. OI1-iff and F. J. Perry, in straight sets, 6-2, 7-5, 6-4. . ; The second annual Michigan air tour netted a profit of $1,000, which is unusual. CHICAGO riTT.ni'n:ii Peill.lf 5 11 0 Moman.in 4 0 5 0 1 1 2 1 1 2 H 0 C 1 2 0 4 0 4 0 0 ar n it r lotais -in 7 15 36 Total 3 2 3 40 1 Batted for Breaaler In fth Inning. 1 Batted for Pruett In 7th Inning, zz Ran for Hogan In 7th Inning, zzz Batted for Hevlng In 9th Inning. " The score by tiling: A H K H ' 5 1 Wwoort.lb 2 2 2 12 Holapp.2b 4 Kamm.Sb 2 111 Kalk.lf 3 3 mile team race. Sweep Field Events The Americans completely dominated the field events winning all of them, while the British amassed their points in the distance races in which they clearly demonstrated their superiority. Tonight's meet was the third won by the United States in the duals with the British, the first resultin;; in a tie. The Americans captured honors in Berc.c 3 0 0 3 .1 Sewell. 3b 4 Tato.c 0 0 0 O f. Sewell. c J Kni:llsh.-s f'nyler.rf Wilson, rf n T'yl r.lf Sntjth'n.-f s F.tVa'er.rf 5 1 nr'th'm.Dh 4 1 TVynnr. b 5 1 Lyons, p 4 114 Shnf fner.p 1 Brooklyn New York 000 02t 003 7 0U0 110 0110 2 1 5 2 ENGLISH GIRL IS THREAT TO WOOD'S HYDROPLANE TITLE (Bp A .mociatrd press) DETROIT, Aug. 28 Barrine acci 0 0 0 0 uamer.p i J'nwski.p 0 X .Teson 1 rz Myatt I 0 0 Kelly. II. 3 Hartnett. c -1 Rell.r.b 4 Root.p 0 Petty. p 2 3 1 1 0 0 5 1 r. o Bsir'ell.ss Suhr.lh Hemsley.c Brame.p 33 4 8 41 NELSON CAPTURES 15 MILE MARATHON IN LAKE ONTARIO Errors Herman. I.lndstrrmi. Jackson Two base hits Herman. Terry. Home runs Frederick. Sl.iliu base I.opez. Sacrifice Allen. Double plays Jackson nnd Terry; Jackson. Crltz and Terry Wright and Blssoliette. Base on halls Orr Clark 1; off Walker. 1. Struck out By Walker : by Elliott 2; bv Pruett 1: by llevlng. J. winning pit. her Elliott! Losing pitcher Walker. nine of the 34 events. A quarter of Total 3T 5 11 4U 1 Totals X Ratted for Hvg In Sth. Z Hatted for Harder In Sth. 7.7. Katted for Montague i The score by Innings: lleathc'e.i 1 Oshoril.p 0 0 Steph'n.z 1 0 (Bit Associated Press) CAMP PERRY, O.. Aug. 28 Milton Miller, 17, of Columbus, O.,. was declared winner of the class A prone silling trophy shoot of the national junior rifle matches here Wednesday after he and Rietiard Heiler. 15, great sprinters started the United States off to victory when Eddie'To- T-.t-.ls 4 11 37 I Totals 7.7 5l JJ 010 400 00(1 5- Chiraj;o . lan of Michigan, holder of the world record for the 100 yard dash, George UliO OyO 2U2 4 Cleveland I Batted for Petty In 7th Inning. t Batted for Osliorn 111 9th Inning. The score by Inn-Inns: of Altoona, Pa., tied with 386 points New York's society has erorif In for Simpson of "Ohio State, Russell Sweet, out of a possible 400. The winner's , aviation on a heavy scale. There are 402 0'i2 10 010 030 0:2 S AVOID THE RUSH, BUY NOW! SCHOOL BOOKS Haines & Essick GCr 122 E. William SL ritthnrsll Chicago .. dent, and granting that performance in competition measures up to that I of the preliminary trials, the Harms-worth trophy races on the Detroit river next Saturday and Monday will -furnish the most serious threat Gar ; Wood has yet faced in his long years i of hydroplane supremacy. I Wood first won the plaque which ; symbolizes the world's hydroplane ' speed championship off the Isle of Wight, in 1920. ! Now, comes again a charming, ! black haired English girl. Miss Ma-! rion Barbara Carstalrs, to make her; third attempt to beat Wood and re- jj capture the trophy. ' medal was gh'en Miller for the highest score on his last string, which decided ties. more than 250 fliers around New York most of whom are members of the Long Island Aviation club. Christopher Markham, 17, Ypsilan- tl. Mich., was third, with 384 and Clarence M. Young, assistant secretary of commerce for aeronautics, declares that there is a demand now James White, 16, Altoona, Pa., fourth with 375. for reasonably priced, low-power Francis W. Parker, 111. 14, of Errors Grantham, Traynor, Bartell, TCilson. Two bass hits Hartnett, Blair. Bell. Wilson. Horns runs Bartell, Suhr, r Tavlnr. Hartnett. Knclish. Stolen hasps I. Taylor. Southern. Bartell. Sal-rifles Kellv Cuvler, P. Waner. Bass on balls Off Root" 1: Petty 1: Brame 2. Struct-; our By Petty 4: OshorD 1: Brants 2. Losing pltrher Root. Adams Stars in Cards 2-1 Victory (By Associated Prey CINCINNATI. Aug. 2R "Sparky" Adams, substituting for Frankle planes upon which the upkeep is not heavy. Highland Park, 111., blossomed as the first repeater, winning the class B former University of I.Iontana star, and Cy Leland of Texas Christian University conquered the British in the 400 yard relay in the record breaking time of :S7.5. From then on, the Americans surged steadily forward, although the invaders challenged in capturing the langer distance races: Win Last Two With a chance of being tied the Americans were forced to win the last two events, the javelin throw and the one-mile medley relay. They stepped out and cinched these victories, amassing a total of 594 ft., 1-2 inch in the javelin, and capturing the medley on the strength of Ed Genung's great finishing half mile. Genung, former University of Wash Krrors Kamin. I.)ot,s. Two base hits Porter, Cissell. Lyons. Morgan. Stolen bases Ileynolds. Sacriflci-s Kamin. Falk. Double plays Montasue. llodapp and Morgan: Kerr and Watwood. Base on balls Oft Shoffner 2; Harder 1. Struck out By Shoffner 2: Harder 1; Lyons 2. Losing pitcher Shoffner. Stewart Blanks Tigers With 5 Hits (fty As9odaUd Press) ST. LOUIS. Aug. 28 Walter Stewart, holding the Tigers to five scattered hits, blanked the Detroit Tigers 5 to 0 here Wednesday to win his 16th game of the season for the Browns. Stewart also did good work with the stick, batting in two runs and scoring once himself. "Red" Kress, regular shortstop, made his St. Louis debut at third base where he is expected to play prone-sitting shoot, for boys and (?! Associated Press) TORONTO. Aug. 28 Marvin Nelson, Fort Dodge. Ia., swimmer, won the 15 mile Canadian national exhibition marathon swim, defeating nearly 200 men and one woman that plunged into Lake Ontario at 10:02 (EST) Wednesday morning. Nelson covered the 15 gruelling miles in the unofficial time of seven hours and 46 minutes to win the $10,000 first prize money. Second went to Isador Spondor of Port Col-borne, Ont. Spondor took the lead on the fourth lap, when Stanley Pritch-ard of Buffalo was taken from the water and held it until Nelson went out in front near the end of the seventh lap. Collapsed Last Year . It was Marvin Nelson, who last year failed to place in the money awards, when he collapsed unconscious 50 yards from the finish in the cold water. Wednesday he swam a beautiful race, climbing the ladder to the finish float unaided. His official time was announced as 7:44:26 girls 12 to 14 years old, with a score of 365 out of a possible 40U. Tuesday he won the prone event. For the secontf day, Riley Helms, 13, of Wis- took all the Knock out Frisch at second base for the Card- ner, Neb., took second place. J-iis points for the 40 shots Wednesday numbered 357. James McColl, 14, Cleveland, won third, with 355. lnals. was poison to the Cincinnati of my Model "A" Ford . Reds today as St. Louis swept the two-game series with a 2 to 1 vic- next year. Capt Alton N. Parker, pilot for Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd at both the north and south poles, has been recommended for the distinguished flying cross by the admiral. Parker now is with Western Air Ex ST. i.ons AH It II C DETROIT AB R H C 0 0 14 That is the most important part of a statement made by one of our new Hammerless Gasoline customers. He said further: '.... I had been using gasoline and had to run my Ford with the spark partly retarded to keep it from knocking. Now I can run it with the spark completely advanced and can shut my carburetor completely off yet I cannot get a knock out of my car." Adams tripled in the first Inning, scoring on Crawford's infield out. He walked to start the eighth, went to second on High's sacrifice, to third on Bottomley's grounder to Crawford and scored on Fisher's pop sinele to second. 0 10 while Spondor completed the course press. ington star, ran Tome Hampson of England, off his feet, winning by 40 yards in the stretch after the Briton had surrendered. Tolan, Simpson and Pete Bowen, former University of Pittsburgh quarter miler, were Genung's team mates. , The Americans won the javelin, witli Jamea De Mers of Los Angeles, who set a new national record in the A. A. U. meet last week, able to throw only once. He injured his arm on his first toss, and made no other attempt. Stan Lay, of New 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 3 2 0 Blue, lb Metxler.rf Coslin.tf Kress. 3b I'errell.e Shiilte.i f ( i'l:'l;e.fs Stewart. p 11 minutes later. William F. Goll of New York, finished third, approximately half an hour behind Spondor. Johns'n.rf Kunk.if IJeh'K'r.Ib al'j'ilT.lli M Ma's. 3b Stulie.lf Akt'l3..SM 1 i-suif la.c ll.le.p Sulllvun.p Totals ST. I.oriS Al! It If C af i: ir c II 2 1 1 W'alker.rf 4 4-014 Pnnthlt rf ("iflian.ir NEW CItKAMKKY MANAGER CHARLESTON Frank Knott, of Totals 2lt 5 41 2 2 4 li i & 11 II 12 (12 0 0 4 I) 2 1 Aoams.Ib llieh.lb B'omlev.lh Flsher.lf Manruso.e Watklns.rf Oihert.ss Rhem.p Decatur, has arrived in Charleston to take up his duties as manager of II 1 0 0 il 1 0 1 o l I (droit .. ...... oilil (((((I 0(((l 0 Oul 20 2 00 x 5 1722 4 (New meet record, former record 17 rJ.O bv British Empire team In 1-'S. ) Shot put V(( bv 1'nlted states with acmegaie instance of US ft.. 1-4 Inches, (llnniiau lirlx. i.0 feet 1 Inches: Harlow Kuthert, 4S feet. 5 Inches: Paul Jess-up. 4S feet li inches); necolld Gr.-at Jttltaill 1SS 'ft..' 95i Inches HI. Hart 46 ft. 11 inches- li. I,. Iluniaud. 44 ft. t inches; C Herman. 42 ft. 4ri Inches) NW meet record former record 14 6 ft. 11 Inches, by United States 111 1S2-1). ,, Two mile relay Won by Great Brllaln (J. II Chandler. II. S. Townsend. Phil Edwards. T. Hampson); second United States (Edwin (ieuung. I Meyers. It. Beet- 1 l-iii-mn.cf "n. llo.l. H'luatiii.lu "furl.2l S'fi.rt h.c li'eher.sa I.tlcas.z Itlxey.p Strlpp.zz j St. Luuls the Charleston Creamery on Septem i..ni. ir,,,. hit O'- Zealand, had the best throw 206 feet, 10J inches, but Lee Bart- 0 0 4 0 12 ber 1. Orvis Jenkins, resigning man "I riourlte. Stone. Melillo. Three base hits lett of Albion College, and L. D. Wel- ager, is yet undecided as to his fu ture plans. f : don of the University of Iowa, were enough better than the other two MelillO. Stolen Oases Ivress, fffiimir. Sacrifices Metiler. O'l'.ourke. Double plays BIue-O'I'.ourke-Blue: Akere-Geli-rlncer-Alexander. Bases on balls Orf Ulile 4; Sullivan 2; Stewart 2. Struck out -Br Uhle 2: Stewart 4. Losinu pitcher Uhle. t. ! Totals J.1 2 29 1 Totals 32 7 Batted for Ttirorher In 9th. ". r.atted for nixey In Sill. The score by Inninca: Tr firvHl Uartin).- lime . :4 Empire entrants, to give the U. S. A. STANDINGS PER GAL. (Plus 3o Tax) winning margin. Take Field Events Uncle Sam's high jumpers excelled the British, Walter Marty of San Francisco, clearing 6 feet, 5i inches, with Anton Burg, former University THKKK KVE J.KAGtE W T, Pet. I. Pc HANOVER'S BERTHA, STATE FAIR WINNER, WINS HAMBLET0NIAN Peoria Danville Bloom. T. Haute 30 25 .545 25 31 .4r, 20 37 .3", 1 17 40 .298 Rvansville SS H .S71 Qninr-v 3fi 21 ,fi3'? Ilerahir 34 2I.&XS Spft'field 30 25.515 of Chicago star, and H. La Sallette of Los Angeles, each doing one inch less. The same was true in the shot-nut and broad jump. A. H. Bates NATIONAL LKAGV'E W L Pi t. , W I. Pet. 75 4r- .K'l.". Pittsburgh 64 59.520 (ft 52 .52 I Boston S3 I .447 (Bjj Associated Prets) GOSHEN, N. Y., Aug. 28 Staging a great comeback in the second and Chi'-aso N. Y-rk Brooklyn St. Louis 70 5 .555 Cincinnati 52 69 .430 611 56 .552 I rhila. 418I.3J1 third heats after losing the first mile, If you haven't tried this perfect anti-knock fuel, drive in and let us fill your tank. You be the judge of your car's performance. it will take the knock out of any car and it is ALL GASOLINE, nothing added to damage your motor. Hanover's Bertha, owned by Law AMKKKAN 1.KACIK St. Louis J nil 00(1 01(12 Cincinnati nul 0t ("i 1 Errws None. Two bass hits Walker. Craw fotd. Three base hits Adams, Wat-kins. Jiarrtfires H:h. ('allazhfin. Stv-insnn. rurdnello, Pukefnrth. Pontile plays C,ellert to Knttnmlev, Crawford. Imrncher to Heil-mnn. rase on balls off Klxey 2. Struck ut By Jihem 3: Hixey 4. Phils Whip Bmes' 9 to 3 in Opener ( Bn .4 noriatcd Press) PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 28 The Phils defeated the Braves Wednesday in the opening game of a four game series here, by the score of 9 to 3. Fred Eriekell. the outfielder from the Pittsburgh Pirates, had his home debut in a Philadelphia uniform and made three singles and a double In 5 times at bat, and was the batting star of the game. BOSTON PIIII.ADFT.PMIA rence B. Shepard of the Hanover I, Pet. Shoe farm, Hanover, Pa., and driven W 1. rVi.. S6 43 .667 77 19 .61 1 73 52 .5.11 6U 62 .111 l Detroit i 'hlcKo St. I.uliis Boston 61 67 .4 77 50 75 .4KI 50 77 .394 43 SI .247 Phila. Wash. N. Vork Cleveland by Thomas Berry, Wednesday won the rich Hambletonian stake, classic of the trotting world, decided over AMKIUOAN ASSOCIATION V X. Pet. W 1. H. the Good Time park track. Facing Starter Nuhn, the well backed favorite, the little brown filly T.oulsvllU 50 .6-K St. I'aul 76 5-" .591 Toledo 74 56 .569 Minn. 6S :,6 .US Kan. City 67 67 ,5uti Columbus 57 71 .445 Milw'ukee 52 76 .406 luili'polis 47 83 .262 75c CHASIS LUBRICATION LARKIN 100 PURE PENN. OIL A GRADE FOR EVERY CAR RESULTS (N'ew meet record; former record 7:48.8 by Great Britain in 1328.). High Jump Won by United States -with acKretrate height of 19 feet, 4 Inches (Walter Marty. feet. 5i lnchea; Anton Burg and 11. I.asallette. tied at feet. 4'i Inches) second. Great Britain. 17 feet 9'i inches (O. K. S. Gordon, 6 feet Vi Inches: O. Starquiatt and J. Tortland. tied at 5 feet 10 Inches). New meet record: foriyer record 19 feet by United States in 192S. Broad Jump Won by United States with acsregate distance of 69 feet SV, Inches. (A. H. Bates, 23 feet. 3S Inches: Georee Martin. 21 feet, 2. Inches; Sol Kurth. 22 feet. 11 4 Inches). Second. Great Britain. C4 feet. 1 inches (ft. W. Evans. 21 feet, S-i luches) O. Smith, 21 feet. 7 Inches; Itllttoll. 21 feet). Hammer throw Won by United States with a-rt-Tesate distance of 4S0 feet, Inch. I Edmund Black. 1C2 feet. 3 'i Inches; Norwood Wright. 101 feet. 11 'i Inches; Edward Flanagan. 1S5 feet, 9-J4 Inches), second Great Britain 423 feet. 9i inches (M. O. NoUes. 152 feet, 3 Inches; A. Smith 141 feet lOT's Inches: A. M. Murray. 127 feet 1'i inches). (New meet record? former record 476 feet, 10 inches by the United States in 192S). Special 100 yard dash Won by Ralph Metcalfe. Chase Park A: C, Chiraco; second Hector riyer, Iceland Stanford: third. Charles Farmer. University of North Carolina; (points did not count In this event). Time :09 S-10. Polo Vault Won hy the United States, with Rtrfrreuate helcht 38 feet, 10 inches (Tom1 Warne, 13 feet 5Vi Inches; Fred Sturdy. 12 feet. HH. inches; I.owell Allen. 12 feet. 6 Inches); second. Great Britain 35 feet, 4 Inches (Victor Tickard. and A. Gilbert tied, at 11 fect. 11 inches; II. Ford. 11 feet. inches). Two mile steeplechase Won by fJreat Britain (Tt. W. Tathin, Roper T.eijrh-wood, V. E. Morgan, Lord Pavld Burchley): United Plates second (Clyde Blan-chard. Virgil Gist, Russell Pomcroy, Morgan Taylor). Time 8:40 fi-10. Three mile team race Won by Great Britain. United States second. Evanson. Enirland first: Winfleld, England, second:, llillhouse, Australia, third; McClu-skey. United States. fourth. Winner's time 14:34. New meet record. Former record 14:35.8 bv Booth, United States In 1 !)29. Javelin throwAV-on by United Slates with ag-rreiaite distance of 594 feet. V. Inch (I.ee Bartlelt 201 feet. 4'J Inches; James de Mers. IDS feet, 4li inches; T.. P. Welden. 194 fect, 3'i Inches); second Great Britain 560 feet. 6',; Inches (Stanley I.av 206 feet 10 ( Inches; Doral Pilling. 183 reet. 11", Inches; H. Hart. 169 feet. 774 Inches). AB ft If CI AH II H C f'-tham.-b' nrieltell.rf SPRINGS SPRAYED FREE 1 of Penn State, was best in the broad jump with a leap of 23 feet, 3i inches; Herman Brix of Los Angeles, tossed the shot 50 feet, 4 inches, while the throws of Harlow Kothert, Stanford University, and Paul Jes-sup of the University of Washington, were better than the leading Britisher, H, Hart, who did 46 feet, 11 inches. The British ran the Americans to death in the four-mile and two-mile relays. In the four-mile there was little to choose betweeny the two teams until the last mile when R. H. Thomas of England conquered Ray Conger of the Illinois A. C, to win by 70 yards. The four Britains ran the distance in 17:22:4, missing a world record by only a second. A quarter of half milers gave Great Britain victory in the two mile relay. The British team was composed of H. Stownsend of England, J. H. Chandler, of South Africa, Phil Edwards, negro ""star who formerly ran for New xork University, and T. Hampson of England. Edwards clinched the race for the British by gaining a lead of nearly 20 yards on the third leg. 1u0 yard relay AY on hy United States. Ttush-eli Sweet. L'v I. eland, CeorKo Simp- 1 0 4 4 2 0 1 B ft 1 I 12 4 0 110 113 1 1 1 THKKK KVK I.KAGl'E llecntnr 9. liiiincy, 1.1. Danville. 1: Bloominirton. 4. Terre Haute. 2: Peoria. 5. Kvansville at Springfield (No double header today!. T'pson.21 Olwullf Klein. rf Hurst. lb Rensa.r Whitney.rth Tvenow,ss S'lanrt.p by Peter Volo-Ciss Bertha Dillon was shut out in the first heat aod then came back to win the last two miles. Stepping the distance each time in 2:03. Second went to Mrs. Charles F. Adams' Larkspur, of Framingham. Mass. which took the first heat but finished sixth and eighth in the last two respectively. Guy Day. owned by William Loftus, Los Angeles, Cal., and driven by Walter Cox, was second in the first heat, second in the second mile and fourth in the third, to take third money. Victory in the classic carried a purse of $35,706.90 for the winner, $10,291.96 for second and $5,100.98 for third. The summary: j n nin.rf Sl-l.r. 1 h "nter. If Clark.rf Ppohher.e M-e, M-nire.2b SethoH.p Sheroei.p Dunlap.x 1 1 9 MARATHON TIRES GUARANTEED 18,000 MILES 1 0 0 o 0 II TntalB 1 lint! rnini. 32 t 12 3S AMERICAN l.KAfil K Chiraco, 14-5: Cleveland. 6, 4. Detroit. 0: St. Louis. 5. Only games played. NATIONAL l-KA;i'E Pittsburgh. 10: Chiraco. S. -St. l.nuis. 2: Cineinnatl. I. Brooklyn. 7: New York. 2. Boston. 2: Philadelphia. 9. X Batted for Sherdel In 9th. ieor by Inninca: Boston "illadelphia OAS 000 000 2 100 030 14x 9 WE NEVER CLOSE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE AM KRIC AN ASSOCIATION Toledo. 6: Kansas City. 3. Louisville at .Minneapolis (No game, ra i n ) . I'olilmlms. 6: Milwaukee. 5. Indianapolis at St. Paul (No game, ralnl The Republican stake 2:14 class placing.; purse $2,000. Prime w B. G. Prince Mc- Klnnev (llodsoil) 1 1 1 Noon. Br. Jl. (Child.) 2 2 2 Alexander Direct, Hlk 11. (PbIIh) 2 4 2 Ace High. B. 11. (An.nsou . . . . 4 S 4 Time 2:01. 2:05(4, 2:04 (4. The llamlderonlan stake-frals of 1927. pur.-e sr.ii.859.K4. $25.706. 90 to winner; $10.201. 9' to .second colt; $5,100.98 to third: $1.00(1 to fourth: $1,000 to fifth: $1,000 to sixth: disbursement to breeders of winner $1,000: second qolt $750; third $500; fourth $21(0: fifth ;JO0: sixth $200 TODAY'S GAMES SERVICE JUl' STATION Errors Clark. Maranville. Sherdel. Two hits Kpohrer, Briekell. ODoul. Whit-"y. Thompson. Three base hit Klein. nom runs Hereer. Itensa. Stolen base 'Poorer. Sacrifice Thompson. Double K'" Hurst to Thevem.w to Sweell.md: Maranvlll, m Macuire to Sisler: Thevetinw 'Hurst. Base on lulls Off Seihnlil 5: off SSif.' : land 1. Striuk out Bv ,ul.1 2- by Sherdel 1; Siveclland 1. l.oa-,n pitcher Selnold. DR. NORTON NAMED LOYOLA GRID COACH rn. "V Vnited Press.) CHICAGO, Aug. 27 Dr. Edwin J. uun' Who ha" been associated the Loyola University coaching rf since 1927, has been named nad football coach for the 1930 sea-J"- Norton succeeds Daniel J. La-nt, ho resigned to assist Jimmy ielan at Washington university. Hanover's Bertha. Br. r. (Peter Voll-Miss Bertha Dillon 5 Larkspur, B. C. (Ackcrnian) 1 1 THKKK KVK I.EACl'K Decatur at Qiilnry. Kvansville at Springfield, two games Terre Haute at Peoria. Bloomington at Danville. NATIONAL I.F.AGIE St. T.ouis at Chleaco. Brooklyn at New York. B?ton at Philadelphia. Cincinnati at Pittslxirih. r,.in and l-Milie , Tnlaml; second. Creat nrltaln (LeiKll Miller.' W. B. LeKB. K. L. Paire. John Fitzpatrick). Time :::7.ii (New meet record!. Former record - :::7.8 by linited states in 1H2N. One mile relay Won bv Great Britain (K. C Biaswln. A. UoldiiiK: W. .1. Walter. Alex Wilson I ; .second. United states (liiiey Williamson Nate Louff. John Lewis. Victor Williams!. Time 3:16.8. 4S0 yard shuttle hurdle relay Won by United States (Lee sentman. J. K. Hatfield. Charles Kasttor. Steven Anderson: second. Great Britain, (II. O. Davies, J. II. Viljoen. F. R. Gahy. Lord David Burchley). Time :.!V3.5. (New meet record I Former record 1:01.6 bv Vnited States 1921. Fotir mile relay Won by (Sreat Rntain (.! F. Cornes. Jack Walters. William Whythe and K. H. Thomasl: second. United States tri. Venzke. Paul Kekero. Bufus Kiser and Kay Conger). Tim PEONIES : fur $1.0(1 Red. White or Pink STROGHER BROS. 347 N. Main Phone 3-5757 750 EAST PRAIRIE STREET L. W. BLISS, Manager Guy Day. Ch. C. (Com! 3 . 2 Pola MeEIwyn Br. F. (Stokes) 2 5 Brother Hanover, B. c. (Kanl o 8 Legality. BC (Parshnlli 4 3 Main McElwvn B. C. (While) 10 4 Calumet Annette, B K. ( Pro- zier) 6 7 Jessamin. B. F. (Hodsonl .. 7 RO Sena'or Madden. B. C. (Palm; s KO Time 2:M 3-5; 2:03; 2:01 AMERICAN I.K.4GIE Philadelphia at Fn-'en. New York at Washington. Chicago at Cleveland. Detroit at St. Louis.

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