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14 Sep 1919

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14 Sep 1919

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Boston Globe (Newspaper) - September 14, 1919, Boston, Massachusetts 8 the Boston sunday glob september 1919 Champion Johnston Caribbean held to Ray smashes draw but George record Nohe mile australians win Tennis latter play against time j fall also below Mark at matches at Chicago and Clever Bowling i National meet Tilden and Garland victors oven Johnson and Biddle yesterdays Cricket Frinklin in 2i George 40 drawn West India b from Tai new York senior fourth with 21 Points Joie sensation meet Tennis mate lies trial Ian have it Iii Toni to lost Tho with the visiting aus the bolter of tbi1 two in is nulls mat hos Norman Envis i Fravi Fri smelts n if Ilu in itch in Giralt Aumrin won Fanini Willis Djivas of san although Invin won tin first the matches hard All Tho a Walfor t i Sturdick of in Siht Onul Rhian Pinns and Tilden Anc Garland win from Johnson and Biddle sept and two Del Bias Tennis i Alwil Charles r if mall is in double that Lias Boisi played this ibis exhibition Mativi it the tar int Chin Loriet club at til a trip car jail finally won at lib bit Litas Frederick 1 and till a wan lornts at pro claim Stin Dnard at 77 Barre Ai Mirable defense play on the part of 1ralt Anil Sansom saved St Timur up from at Tho bands of ibb can at Franklin Field Fari Baijin up of which Ohns twin and Cosby Barb made St was against time Ami some line Tor and Johnson do him their it inst to retire the East hos Timi imn Honro Lime the re i a St hav in the score i h i ii 14 Mitzell ii b 11 san no 11 in nit 0 m Iki b b 2n i nut i to t i ill it t i Nilius b not h 2 Tula mid Ilid nut Litas Anil x tile Imereli ill doubles k in an Puntini Sll Alexander and mrs formerly miss Manila were ton much fur ill liver and Phyllis Kay Mobil Little Anil Alexander Trimn ird Walter Merrill ii Side club and a Laws United shoe hands West j India a 112 to 48 i Eric sept shoo it Lei Iii def voted West Lidia Here 112 to the uni Tail silo a a b b Lind in the Van second Meanix con i b b r b n no the Wust 1nd7a 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will to made is True of the tin Miries for which inure anoint will Start tomorrow incur at 11 Ciolck and Clit Init each Reinwand Afler Timon throw about the b a b i b not r 1 nut i 1 n 0 j t 11 i 8 i 0 3 b 1 1 wanderers Everett 32 Strong howling the game at which the wan Derors i to for the icon Tuik in for i and folks 2 for fur Ila slum had 7 for 15 Anil 1 for the score West India b 7 b i i 4 b s b 0 b 1 b 7 ii b n lint 1 c b i 1 Iviree i b 1 b 0 b 2 b 7 run 5 h ii b 1 run e b 1 ii b 2 Chambers Benefit match the annual Benefit match tendered to in the Lort Wood unplayed on sept at the contestants s Tor Many seasons John Heys Massachusetts team put tits Koston chamber has been at Wood for 30 Veirs and still retains skill us a powerful Bowler and Load inn so Iorino lie Lobo now York athletic club won its National championship in two flays when in captured the senior National track and held championships at Frank Lin Field Pillin up a total of 1i cubic no was second with 40 Points and Illinois third with Boston was Totth with Boston made a wot both the mile and two mile William won the ii said Earl Thomson was second in Harry in the High jump and second in the third in the two records were broken in the favorite in the came through set up a new National championship record of 4tii h had the track been better he would undoubtedly lowered the worlds As he had unusually stiff Ray led he held All the Lime and in the third Quarter he let Eddie the Chicago was on his heels and stayed Jimmie Connolly of Boston shall ended the two leaders for a but was soon forced Day covered this Quarter in 02 second and at the of the last Lap had 10 Yards on 13y a magnificent sprint on the Home fall rapidly closed up on Kay and was gaining fast when Joie crossed the finish Falls 4m was also under the old record of 4m is the time by 15 15 other record broken was in Hakh John Murphy of must our Lah of shattered he old Mark with a leap of six the old Marl was Murphy was be Winner in Junior ramps on Fri the Field in this event was Excel ent and men cleared six foot or marry was second with Oft while Walter and Landon now Ork tied for third with 8ft n the jump Oft was awarded Bird smart shares in the honors Floyd Smarty Kmart of the Chicaro shared the individual honors it he Day with join smart was i orious in the Broad jump and then won be 440yard hurdles from a fast Field incl Udine the former n of the Illinois Iri was always behind and did not head Bill the Horton a until he had jumped his Las again in the Broad jump the Lucafo lash had a hard Row to Hoe want until Bis last jump that he closed out Sherman the Ionn rack who is now Ioni Ednk or Chicago and former Cham Iton Dave Politzer of the r leap was ill Liln Joie Lay broke into the limelight again by Akong the half mile run from his old fall and Homer Haker the a Tenese not satisfied with he came Back ind ran As Anchor Man on the Illinois Fourmile relay Here Iliin he met a ills class Man in Robert running for millrose a started off witha Likht Lead when Stout the inter pulled 1500meter handed Liim i maintain e Vii Tuke by running his third smart Ren Nib race of the Day in the cred Iyih e time of 4m h was the end of feet Day for athletic Needham 20 a weak torn from Necdham went Down in defeat at Franklin Field yesterday before athletic to to double i Quirke had i for Brown 2 for 10 and close with 2 for for while for Parks secured 8 wickets at a Small the score move the an open to the and admission is Violle Hauer beaten by on armed Tennis Star x1sny wept Harrison Frederil Kirk Kevil Carriell off in the first round of the open singles tournament at the Llu Boken Tennis club at n a famous on armed play fave a surprising exhibition of his at overhead driving and vol he Lair surpassed himself in Henry an old kinds s in mrs Weaver and Mahan victors in close match sept 1 mrs Spencer Fullerton Anil Lyle Al oink with miss Marie Narner Anil Al Beri i Stendor reached the final found of the Dpi does of Hie new York state Turnan Keiit at the new York Tennis were the Only Komi petitions do coiled in the tournament As Molla h Jolund in to to a no Stine ment until Monda of the Sinai in Atli of tile women in Iii in mrs Weaver Ami the winners of the Hail a narrow escape from baling Haiward Lynch and Walter Arlington championship singles sept 13 three More matches in first round of the championship singles Tennis were finished at the Arlington Heights Tennis club this with Arthur and Paul White the the Arlo our Stewart Bent by mail Puiri Nin heat Robert he b 0 ii 0 c h ii b Iti b 1j e and b l run 4 not 18j b 1 h i e i 1 6 b in me b 1 b u mar b 1 e i drown b 1 b b 1 b Burke Anil h Baton in 1 u daptm3uth gain Green bolstering up where it has been weak six civil Hsii Piteh to n sept of Tho torrents of coach Spean Friday and saturday for tin first scrim a of the year for Thi part Ninh ii Iron the of 411 Nickii was in Lino shape after 10 clays of strenuous rudimentary several new men show Ulins of hav Witik real at Center Cunningham just i turned from 1layed tha position on the lilt he has Takei tin considerable with the re turn of Slu Pord and tie Oroen is sure of three Roli Siblo while a husky is cause pfc attention with his Agai the Crisp and Palmer arc howl no Best i the latter Soo and is Stroner both f Over w and is Stroniro Bot 1 aul heat i null Richardson an Loci Vilson Are also candidates who i a per first upset of the Day the first upset of the afternoon iame when Joe Caro was eliminated in the hoi Luis of the Century dash in inv Boston a a Pete Whit is and Ford Mol lev Meid again in the Low Hiir docs he trailed behind Hob Simpson 1 Fth Thomson of the Boston a a another upset occurred in Tho Slot with a heave of Luff i Best mucks could do was if i the favorite i ack in thu of new York a Bea Brond Illinois Chi 57 by Chicago William its Usu Murray new Vork 410yard relay by new Yuri Lex Ortii Fred i Riichi Delphyn new fill said Hehiy new York Miniri Bishul s Ihle Nikci Ilii aim is iliristolbi1 in senior on Emile by Means Al be Mearlow Limik Helay by in re Timi Militi new i new Yore pm 7 duly Bree Sij Nior four Mill Telny Ataee Liv Illinik of Hinaro ii Laiyla a a new York pin ills new Vork ism 44 ully teams in if Pound than Iii i rat Lek ii Tii Obi William new Lii in Lek new Vrh m7it Lih seller Sci till for Liv Patryk new vol new York ill it in Patriel a Tibi i new York new Ali in Bumas St Christopher new fir mini by Patriek new York my lift Ilia Herbert lift Ini Mii Wii by Clde Neo 22ft 7viln ban Cill Eilko 2ift int in have to luuk new York Glencoe Neil Liefl 1ole vault won by a 1fl Ihn Perty of left Dili Kimbure Gen Pershing urged to Conejo Boston big Welcome if he attends legion games Jen John Eon Amander of he has been invited to attend he carnival of the Massachusetts in Fitich of the american legion at Kraves oct 10 and mayor Andrew on behalf of the the officers of the state Bianeth of the legion and the citizens committee has the joint inv to to Urti Insi him to a Aud assuring him a tremendous Medford beats St Ambrose in 10th Lone run scored after Long is dropped Woburn trims in 12lnning contest sept and St Ambrose battled for 10 innings on the Fulton St grounds this after noon and the former 1 to nobody out in the Aoth Hovver hit a Long Fly to which the latter dropped and Bowen reached Smith then St sled to scoring the game was a pitchers Battle be tween Lieut Jim Shea of Faneuil and Joe with the honors about the Fielding of Elllis Bond and Kelley was a feature of the the score med Ovid b b c a i jew a Pincott 4 Terrill 3 Swinford 4 Gills r Crowe u Jas prior 3 Bowen 4 Smith ss4 Brawley 3 0 0 1 1 3 1 12 0 Al 0 1 1 2 0 0 530 is Amli Nosk Kab lib Tio a Bond Lilly if 4 Callahan 4 Howard 4 i Keller i Kelley 4 mid Vitt 4 Fedl Volti 4 Shea 8 t 1 0 n 1 0 1 0 0 1 12 0 0 2 3 i 0 7 1 2 0 3 1 totals34 one out when win Liik run was innings 2 i 4 r 0 7 8 010 Medford o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hun by errors by Smith stolen ten ill a Erilee Itasca on by by Shea struck by Llorin Volny he Shea by pitched by in Woburn beats 3 to in 12inning clash sept 13tho Woburn town team Defeated the wac fico town team this 3 to in a 12inninn contest on with the score 2 to 1 in favor of Woburn at the end of the eighth made three singles in the tying the Woburn won the game in the 12th with two singles and a after two were the score won in a Lih to a 0 2 i 4 4114 n 8 2 to k 4 0 13 0 d 2 1 0 i 6 s 4 0 a by to 422 1 4 219 0 0 0 u 0 3 0 0 1 Al 0 0 735 22 ont when winning run was 1 2 3 4 5 i 7 8 9 10 11 12 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 00000100100 Burih by or Rob by base Home stolen Star Atlee Odon crts base on by by by Connolly by Mcmahon 4 2h Jamaica Plain wins championship beats Roxbury at Marcella St Jamaica Plain knights of Columbus won the championship of the knights of Columbus league series yesterday afternoon when it Defeated the Rox Bury knights of 11 to at the Marcella at Mccart pitched Hipsh Trade Ball for the Only five hits Bellsr made off his and he retired eight via the strikeout the Gam which was to have been played by the Roxbury of and North end of on the same grounds was forfeited by the the score of the Jamaica Jamaica Plain k c Donovan 3 Magrath 21 4 Medill it b inns n in 4 Znuj Ddlan 5 u Mollod 31 n ones b Mccart b a in no a 3 0 2 2 0 0 8 2 9 2 0 0 2 a a o 0 2 Roxbury k of 0 Ohio a Coon by Hlynn 4 Clr Hlyn if 4 Fil Eason 4 Odonnell 2b 4 carols 4 Grady 3 Sullivan 3 Lynn 3 0 r 2 232 200 1 to 2 000 000 000 072 000 Tot 20 2t 10 5 24 2 4 b 0 7 8 0 Jamaica 1080100 Linns by Donovan Burns Cornth Mcdonald gobs by Mclaughlin Odonnell two Irish three base Mcdonald stolen Burns sacrifice base n by Mccart by Lynn struck my cirt Lynn Dox Ible in Dedham wins in 13th a 33lnnlns Gramo today the Dedham knights of Columbus Defeated the Stoughton Antho Lic 10 to Lovely pitched a Good game for the contest was a Battle Royal until de hair started on a batting rampage in the a feature was the hitting of who made two Home runs and two the score Dedham k of c i l totals no b 3 3 i 2 5 724 813 0 8 10 i 1 431 to n s3 18 31 10 Stougie Ito c c by ii a 7 ii 1 7 1 u 0 1 u 2 it l i 24 0 3 1iiul tinslim1 in rats in Loa Ayti Avirl in the flan in thin in k to daily from your or i Inri Illel i iv11 two former Dartmouth seem to have taken a in tin fullback Young i hard of while in u i was converted into a k who made while Sonnen an ally Tushman guard in la a tin it la i Attiat with the wealth of Back ii at Spears Disposti that will be returned to the Spears Lias Henley and Iii Ltd while Ili Liriand be urn Are pushing them i Are to it minks and to a Tamly a Tii Atiim lie is Fust nuts and to Weiks i and hit like a ii ii into a reliable a for on another position is to chief on y if Tannell to ii it in Tingreen at last years Watts and Putney out Tor tin in the scrim ii Arii set Boti two i Kilt fast Iii nals Anil u is possible that of Tinin May develop into n first in Cibir Izail Iliili Limiti taif i Bachch cd Ami All porn in but not tit varsity ail present numbers 40 Annie Iii in every and t is i ii to be Ujj to o before another a stiff Sci nodule this state Tor to Vermy of Pennsylvania i in after Lii in Liim in into nation i Yii Invin As in what Type of in Spiars will tin to Bucks and team has u reliable Trio of kickers and a leu Tenient which the Green i him heretofore been woefully Tonemah the i Frank former Conseil University now wearing one colors of t he Chi was forced to Clear 12tt in to win to pole the rive mile rim had one of the larg est entry lists in yours and Troio wis plenty of stiff Competition the Bein record Holder at this took the but Kurt have Thi tins la was Roppa Tilly by Pat Flynn of Tui Auliso and Max Una Riihl of the in Tho last be Lei out and inti the others far lie covered the Lite in d7 Henry Uhli Tims of the Spokane a of was the Victor in the 220yard one of the fastest races of the mis 21 was exr Eincle fast i Indra be Frank the it Ihui won tin Iuar Curmilo butt Wili ease m 50 Loii him Penn a came in Rothli ill nil colors in the dash Ilsi by Henry Spokane new Lri Uili Chi win Marr his slide rime 111 Luis second by William h Haven 1etir White recent York Iliin Mol lev i by haves Huston Lonn a Henry six Wilhe Peter Salem in sent ii hash first Liy san a Ramiro s new York r Seel Tel Semell Tlell Liy Illinois Arl Hii j2 Ali in Kemp Lemil won Ham i Hind by Henry will Liin Iiren Marls m Virks 1 san a Raeisi d Siren up new t 21 Ami by of Clyti York t tiny ill Nui a Tun rive Mil Nihi a a Illish in Illi list n m inti Iii Saiid mlle Lynal Ami i la Mew Pitnu Wal new York main York 11 r his Root to Iii Mil walk won by William Morilia Kisile new York yer i it Leliann Neu new Yolk i i 120iauu mull Insil won by Hubert Illi Imis l new 1 link Lla Ruhl first sign Llinus Ami by Cal i Iii Willand mull sell limit Ami b Hubert Iii Lilb Karl Houm a Ileal Ami by Hubert Iii Nikii ten Iii ii Elijio Willand anti Onumbu la 440vaud by William Huston Neil Sci Ali lion a p so i by Chi Tugo Joriu new 1urk come him 11 urn re shins comes he will be asked to present the trophies to the victorious Jid also to act As starter of to Lii Niilo modified which will be inc feature of the last Days 1liu athletic for which Only Nien who wore in the service Are Jisi will rank second in importance Only to the recent inter Allied l Rizic tidally every american who Par in those games will be seen i Teore Brown of v delo bated to obtain tha champions who won titles yesterday at Philadelphia who were in the Fred of who acquit tid in sir with honors in the Lonk distance sunni is events in France will starters the modified 3000 see machine shop win i 200 l o to 2 0 11 m 20 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 0 to 11 12 13 def Likin k of 21 0 0 0 710 toll Ishlon 000 1 4 huns by Arii Strunk Feeney errors he Lovely Llcy afm Strozik web ask Howard Hinie Feeney stolen Lov Lvi base on by by Howard struck Lovely by Howard double Lori la and Heeney Shine and hit by ditched by 41 Pete Marquette Al stars 4 the Pere Marquette of team won the open ins crame of the series for the South Boston Champion ship yesterday at the m St defeating the South Boston s to Mcmahon drove in four rims and scored Kaup and Berry also featured for Tere while Coffey and Thormahlen played Well for the the score fore River pins defeat Huhe latter Only scores once in soccer Battle Boston rovers shut 0tt Morrison Rimo a Winner at b mend at soccer results the Sittl Llanso rivet 1 Boston hovers Morrison Cambric Sertimo swedish Ameri cans at shoe at Stony Brook vent or Lynn thistles Ieuka Mau Quetty Ali by i a 1 0 Ware if nearly fans turned out to watch the championship baseball same be tween the machine shop and plate Koom teams at braves yesterday who were tied for first Piacun in the Riverside league of the Tham watch company of the machine shop 33 to although the plate room team was a slight Lloyd Lincoln pitched Good enough Ball to win for the plate but to was pleven poor support at Fred Kennedy of the plate room played a Brilliant pame at second because of the Fine Bai that the plate room team has displayed All summer it was a slight in addition to the baseball game there were events for the various members of the Riverside John Stanton won the baseball throw for distance when he tossed it 313 circling the bases j runs by for main item event was captured by James Carson i Hayes in 1435 the running to first errors by Flaherty 4 Mclarthy 2 Gorman 4 j Jerry Kami 3 Memahon 4 a Sherfy h Ollrick 4 Cannon 2 620 13 a lib i o Hayes 4 i i Viliy 2 11 e4 1 to Mahlen it 4 2 Jenerson 4 i 0 Waite 4 Al set Lhynn 72110 Wetterson out for 2 4 Terc mini Motte 0 i Al stars 0 0 0 i 0 s 4 s 4 event was won by James Mooney in 315 the baseball score machine a Lih to a tons for the athletic prepare the i f totals i 2 1 0 2 0 5 j plate two use Terry stolen Thor in Crillie Eliise on Sulliv Uii Liy struck my finh out in ninth for interference 1 2 3 4 o to 7 Al i 0 i 0 0 1 o o o t Winchester Arlington 0 sept 13ln the second 14 i pame of the series Between Winchester j town team and Arlington of the i former won by a score of g to 0 on spy at Glrst i Pond eld this the deciding i game ill be played at Winchester next 8 o the score i now York lift 1 and jump won Ollie Uko 47ft 8un new York Lilit Liln nun Illinois kluft in Iii Lutr Bert Urilt with to War Bepari refit loan or equipment to be product till used in the in pros rum wll of in Charae nit Len of prominent just re tuned from where h new York i Arthur i 173ft in Tho in i Norris Wil jams c4ooikp htp4b pc ii Biucey k i pm w rally w Ai p j Thomas cot loser Albert Gelker Percy a Uigh sept 3talasslt Canoe club had its annual open aka thu today at Lake with pad Durs i from provide my and the summary Quarter slide mixed by miss Bliss and Walker of tapas sits miss Kidhardt and William French of Hul Armlie hos Morl Cummins of Tat assets Mosborg of Canoe by Bleibtrey Colon and Tat assets Hinchl and 4m Tilting by 11111 and Harrington of Cantio Jet Ali of Bro Cleur and us Yeti of to half mlle tandem by Hill and 1liirrlniuon of swastikas Lic Wood und Miller of is 1m itt Wale 1111 of i Alfmil by Hli Hardson of or at Hii Lumik Kronck of Cri Siels Kay Milkof a Jaksits of half mile singles by Hill of Daniels of Crisc Riith Llamile by and com oj1 i Lolo and of 4m one mile War tapas sits i i us and Mithai Myers and time pm Fred Brodock of Ilu Irlis Connor of Iii stir Tahiti Las will Liminik of Thomik of i uses at Meadowbrook Victory starting title series Luis ii second no Defeated Bryn t duals to in Inteli Iii land for tie Jutt Cir strip of tin in Ted Stuth it the Liila dip Iii by their Vir Carnie tb1 Subt to Neil tin United slates army Bouters in Idle Ali Lii Tita Tib next Tai second ii Kite Oil Somlay will be let Ween Kurki Iway and the coun try tin senior championship tournament will sept the Kirsti match Ycint Between und rimming record it Vlad at a water carnival conducted by the new York women swimming cres at the Manhattan Beach Foli to the i lob sept one worlds one was Sot and Bath miss the 17yearold inn Lioy Tinl backstroke race in the time of 1m 33 l5s Over a Yar water defeating by i Niue than six Yards her nearest of miss Ruth not Louil 150 him Pion at this style of so Ltd this performance is the fastest Ever i by a woman under any Aai establishes an International stand Ard fur metres or miss Charlotte Froyle of the women inn a free style swim at the same distance in irn 1g equalling worlds 100meter held by i miss Durack of but taif vat actually rep Remonta faster i As the new York girl Coy i rail Tsvor 1oot j tin other starters in this event were miss Ileanor Uhl of the Meadowbrook i los Frances Kim Hall Maun Ila Zall errors in Wail Carson Henley Ileavey Moriney two base three base Howard Saer Ldee lease on Uff off Stiquel by by Iii Tolu Iio Uble w1nciiestbh lib i k by Henley Kennedy 2 i 0 ii 411 4 2 0 c 4 1 10 4 0 ii s 1 0 4 2 0 2 1027 12 Atu Jonoton of t totals 2 r 4 n by no a i 1 1 013 ii 1 1 012 1 1 0 12 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 u 2 3 27 is 8 0 Maui Diann be m inns by me Kenzle hit by pm teed errors by i tier Colum stolen adrians red sox 0 in the second game of a series the adrians Defeated the red 7 to before a crowd of 000 at Roxbury the series is now the score adrians a by to a 4 2 0 0 4 l 4 4 2 ii 4 1 0 1 8 1 1 81 sox no Bli to a base on Waters Struel by Waters by double Sheridan to Ali Ellis to do Hoffr Ileavey to 1assed Ball in Dale and m so dispute tolls 0 innings 2 i 1 adrians 0 1 0 Al huns by Solomon Masiline errors made by Mignlrey two base stolen Saer Lelce Lias on by auntely struck by Gately by Lieut on double Carr and and Mec Artyv passed hit by no eclied Liv in Iii Rel Hyan and Maiden athletics Linden 2 sept Maiden athletics Defeated the Linden town team on ferry 4 to this the score mad in in Dix town a by a a by to 0 0 0 302 b 2 2 2 a 4 1 7 ii 4 2 1 i i 4 4 1 7 2 1 0 0 2 in i 0 0 ii 2 a 4 n 1000 0 u 0 u 14 3 1 1 0 24 10 s u Kloby to meet Eddie Fitzsimmons saturday add if flu Kimmons of new York and a mini Kidby of Tho Yankee division will clash next Saturn no at Osullivan Law tin1 Hout was arranged late yes or ibid in this City by i Lill Lawrence boy and Dan Mirman of new dolt men posted Sli ii for appearance the air and on monday Monon v 111 pay Ai Hillur Viil to this City to the air titling if pal Moore will take on several bouts sept the i Amor Kjin whole two i units Jimmy Tho eng Labh aroused International ring Here today from bpm Moore will remain in this coun try for about six weeks and will Box he viral Ile plans to return to Lour Opu late in the fall for other in Ternate Lonuel by i Luhlo flu Iii to Quincy Gen electric 2 sept one of the most Barnes of the the championship Quincy team Defeated the Gen eral 1jlectrics of Lynn this afternoon at 4 to during the first part of the game there was a Lively Over a and a second e was added to the i Ekrah Kller Carlf Wpm a Hli bin ill Haley is Courtney font of Jenkins loud Harry Meci irony Hanson 8 4 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 8 18 1 1 1 4 1 0 4 0 Capri Idun off Dell prey Midler Torrett Stit Rte f fore River team b had it All Over the at Sullivansr grounds handing 4tol defeat to Frank Murray fore River scored two goals in the first half and added two More in the the Iris americans scored Only Farquhar counted twice for fore the summary Yohb big Khz g Rhib re Cli in Rof ref of lit b ran in re i Nob Tii re l Lif of ref fore River h Iris americans Farn Nhar Hupf Eros Mur Ray and two 3ini Boston score too Victory in league game the Boston rovers provided a sur prise for Mead Morrison team from East Boston at the Sullivan so grounds when they won in their first Home game in the Boston 1 to the rovers were outplayed Many times at but Parks and Smith All showed wonderful Joe Gibson scored the Only goal of the Irvine and Fettes played great Ball for the the summary Boston it Rhib Rich in Rof ref Withey of Lif med in re cd the Lof Elf of Scott ref Boston rovers White Swad dolt and two 85m United shoe soccer team beats 6 to 1 United shoe team of Beverly beat Tho River Dales at Brighton yesterday by six Koals to the United shoe did As they tha Bev Erly men were in great the River Dales will have to improve to beat the Aviti Nevilles in the state cup same next the summary c re in re Eli Smith in a ref of b re hich Geddes re Lof Lif of Easam ref Tive Liilo Clef Cunnella Ami two trim swedish 8 to 0 trim shut out the swedes at Cam Bridge Erht goals to Meleiah and Noil starred trim played All the Gamo and made very Sood the new men tried by the losers did not come up to the summary Thi k Ali brawn in Ali he ill Rof ref it lit so kids k Paul hire hich Rel Lof Lif of ref a Rof Trimn Gillespie 3 a Choisit Veteree t Johnson and caller time 45m Sturtevant itch Isles 1 an interesting soccer same at Stony Brook Hyde yester Day Between Sturmf vant and the Lynn ended in a tie of 1 to Sturtevant scored its goal on a penalty the game was in the Boston and District league summary re i Mewhirter re 10 Rof ref of l Lynn Iii stalks re Inch to St Levant Lynn thistles Kcf Eroe it ill Tulili Mel rid and time Point Squantum shows league Quality against Lynn sept its second same squad Tim soccer club shut out the Lynn i liberians at merry mount Parl this in the Boston District 2 to the team lost two chances to score on penalty Lynn had 10 its right Buck forint unable to Tim g writers re me iellmiiv1 i la i in Rof Malcolm Rulp Idoian of lit c in in he Rhemi Chinley Lof Lif of ref fore River celtics 1 sept 13 in the opening Mariie or the Southorn now soccer Len Rise this of Vernonn the foe Pulvers Defeated the new Bedford cel 0 to duly and Kershaw Trot Iva of Reiver the score in Lihi ref if itt a Kwh hire h he totals36 11 27 14 totals32 324 2 3 4 5 i 7 s Al Quincy elect rec 0 0 0 0 0 j 0 huns by errors by i Stiden base on by Hanson by Harrett by Hanson Barrett double a inv Haley to Courtney to tji ii French and Saxony Mills ties series sept Mills won the second contest of a thre game for the championship of Newton from the Newton team this afternoon at Victory Hun netted made a Home run in the this game ties the the score 2 s 4 s 6 t 8 rhe Saxony 000023 in s 3 y m c 0 4 0 0 0 o 4 Boyd and Morrison and on other St Patricks rubber co 2 Tho Patrick Defeated the american Kuhber company i to at1 born due yesterday in the Glrst game of a series for the championship of the the score innings 2 3 4 5 8 7 s 0 r h e i 0 0 j 0 1 2 am 020000 Williams and Cullinen and 0 12 00241 Mccarthy Braintree colonial 3 sept Braintree town icam i fated the colonial 8 3 tit Well contested game Here this aft pitched Fine Ball for Only six hits being Oft bin while he fanned the so Orr 2 4 5 6 7 s i r h 10 Ornt Nelree 1 i 1 0 0 0 3 0611 2 0000030 i 4 Wentworth and Van vol ton Millerich and at Wood Island Park 2345g7s9rkk 0 0 3 it c 1 0 0 e v l All Steirs Kane and Gallo Lindsay and at Franklin Field 2 34567s9rhk Shaw nut Walker a 0 0 1 2000 4 3 2 Powers and Walkins Calla Fuller and at Glendale Everett 23456189 up Fless 0 0 Al i 3 0 0 Alp no a 0 0 u 0 0 1 0 we Thirston and Reynolds my Nonale and at Somerville 234587rhe Newton s 4 0 0 0 o Hayward a 00000002 Mooney and jomax Mccarty and other baseball results at Ronan Marks Catholic club Dorchester by at gym Bent at River Squantum British soccer results so Elul Cable to the Globe sept 13several exciting Bortmes took place among the Many soccer zanies decided today Ondon people turned out in Large num oers to Welcome the famous Newcastle to United team for the second time since Mie season Chelsea having them opponents at Stamford Bridge before a Crown of a goalless tie Resul Tett after a rousing the Arsenal travelled to Sunderland and it Fine account of itself by mini in the 1 to Burnley up full Points by beating the famous Blackburn s to away from but Everton found West 3romwjoh Albion a hard nut to crack and 4 to Bolton wanderers scored the big Surprise of the Day by Hurst in thu to Manchester and trouncing i Tho City Toimi to the extent of 4 to Tho 1 English Lenoite 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