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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 22 July 1916

mmmmmmmmmmm ,J-i.'-i,ft !tWr i" w" 'ly-f"!ij'"4i 1-"' ' Set Note. I t . 81 r tat- IS if is K'l let. 41V Is TiM Hi in , mi- THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1916. RAILROAD NEWS. Al the mileage nf the ratlrnade reporting for the second nn nf July approaches the total reported for tip flrt week, tlm rttlu nf gain decreases. On .Bog miles additional reporting trstcnlay rutin of gain fell from 15 J per tint I" I1 1 Pur cent,, nr on n par with that ,l,uwn for tin" flrat week, the shrinkage, of nurse, I trilling, but the tendency carried to Urn conclusion nf full figures for the second k would result In ratio of gain lower II in thai shown tlma far for tlin nrtt week, t nlted Slates (All District.), Inert ase Aggregate mileage of roads reporting ivrioii ior tnr pcrion Tfi' nl wtek of July,. I , ,t wee. 01 amy .. '- .utli of June. Third wis'k of June,, Mtiith of June ...... Muntli i .iay., orer cor rotiKHiJ. Ing period laat yrnr. 11.71 it.; Il.tv 20.it, 24.4't, T2I.1, 42.S7I 47.&1U 4,607 4i,...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 22 July 1916

THE SUlV, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1916, 8 COTTON MARKET. .The attention of the cotton irate wss trttll otieueu i-hlelly towsrd crop mm yetterdty and this was of such a character thai there was little important change In tie market, In undertone being steady, .The market blwneu unchained to 3 point lower and later tola 4 to points under the dom ot the previous nlfht, from which moderate fore noon milieu occurred. Most of the newt Iruat the Eastern belt wan bullish and that from the Southwest tiearlah, the latter lilac In eniphant on further ooil rains In Texaa and Oklahoma. In Teiat there were heavy rain In some counties. Oklahoma haa al ready had two dayi of good rains and the tsnuuhcy in private reports from those see lloni was lo es.imale a full crop and look lor a maikrd Imtirovcment III condition, As to the Kttirrn belt, there was tttll a marked difference of opinion, allhoiiKh the trade has been forced to treat the bulllth news with a little more consideration, although tttll tome w...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 22 July 1916

9 THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY ' 22, 1916. 1 "Freshen Up" Spend Sunday on the Hud son and "freshen up" for the week's work ahead. No better way to enjoy the holiday than on the broad, roomy decks of Str. "Benj. B. Odell" Sunday Excwmm, 1 Ncwburfh, Beacoa, PonikkeeptU and Return naie Franklin Ht t00 A. M i W Hi st , jo A. M.. for Newburg h. lira. on. Poughkrepsle. and return, hr.taurant lunchroom, musk. CENTRAL HUDSON LINE Sunday Excursions To NEW HAVEN Str. RICHARD PECK Leave Pier tS. G. It.. t:10 A.M. Krc t of Kaet J3d St. lOidO A.M. Iteturn l.v New Haven. !S P. M. Hue New York. 1:00 P. M. X DKI.lOIITKt'I. PAH. ON U 1. POUND. VISIT Tlin CITT OF ELMS. PUCK 1.M). t'llll.flKKN'. IS CENTS. HP.-iir IHN1NO IIOOM LUNCH COUN. ri.it PALI, ltivnit I.1NB SEIIVICE. Tt' Kr.T( LIMITED. ON PA1.K ONLY AT ! I'JMIH U.N llll-i UAV OF EXCUKHION8. The New England Steamihip Co. Delightful Sunday Outings STEAMER CITY OF LOWELL To Bridgeport l.v Font Ilou.tnn St.. N.B.. lOOOA.M. Pulton St . North Hlver. 10:30 ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 22 July 1916

ay. THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1916. Cantaloupe Charley Raps Out Hit Which Wins for Giants, While Big Six Sees "His Reds' ' Lose in Tenth Inning 10 HERZOG POLES OUT . HIT THAT BRINGS VICTORY TO GIANTS In RciiiiiM'iinmcc in New Yorkj I'llifonn. Clini'lc.v (Jives BL'K.NS STARS AT HAT: (TI1S IiRFKATKIt. 2 TO Chicauo, in.. Juij ;i a Christy Mutlievvsnn tolled on Imsrile loam III the i unirorm or his easiest vlclm or form -r day, the revulla of the Cincinnati Hed, rharley llerzog, la'ee' member of the' fart emu Ina order of former Itrdland Chiefs, returned to ltl tlr.t love, the New York (Hants, lure to.il.iy and1 hammered the (Hants to victory. "Ilerzy" poled a nmt neeilfnl blow at , .xartly the right t.ine. and knocked Pi what proved o be the Avthnlng rim. It. nan a eloe and exciting comb it. New York winning from the ("iitio by a core of 2 to I Iterzo.: wn full of pep from the tnlnute he took up hi pot at short-' top for M.'Oraw's men and It fpre.nl j 1! over the le.im Theie lit no i...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 22 July 1916

I 11 v:: sun, Saturday, july 22, 1916. Short Grass, Irish Bred Horse, to Concede Weight to American Thoroughbreds at Empire City Track To-day 1 GRAYLING OUTSAILS VENTURA ON SOUND Second Across Lino, but First nt Finish in Lnrcli inoiit HcjjnttH. BARBARA IS LAST OF TRIO; T.r.cilMONT, N. Y., July 31. Short Courses and n brcexe that In tha end esme In a satisfactory manner from th outh-southwcjit gave tho earliest finishes th.it hae been experienced so far In the I snru.il race week of the Larchmont Yacht Club on 'Long Island Sound this afternoon. The yachts had practically merry.go-round course and at the end ( the bnata rattie across the finish line In I manner that brought Joy to the hearts ( 0! tile rnrlnthlana, who had an exceed-1 Inaly trying time at the beginning of the regatta- I In the fifty foot division of the New York Yacht Club the first prlie was captured by Grayling, the property of Vlre-Comnicnkire J. I. Morgan. The big bU 1: !oop defeated (1. V. Haker. Jr.'s VfMura by ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 22 July 1916

4 'iHcJ SON, oaTUKJAx, Jul. i fcZ, xoio. - 0 KlPt&tttt AND NBW TORK PRESS. AATUItDAY, JULY 22, 1018. Enured at thi iPmi offle. ; a t Nw York Ofkunu VIS" -- Subwrlptkia by Matt, Postpaid. tnif-.v ti-- inM,K. ....SO AO DAILY. Per Year.. a x SUNDAY, Per Month ........ ...... SUNDAY (to Canada). Per Month.... SUNDAY, Per Year DAILY AND SUNDAY. Per Year.... DAILY AND SUNDAY. Per Month... Komiox nitte. DAILY. Per Month SUNDAY, Per Month................ DAILY AND SUNDAY. Per Month... n t S ag ft THE EVBNINO SUN. Per Month. THE EVEMNU BUN. I'r nil. i. 1 IJ THE EVENINO SUNtTorelf n).Per Mo, All checks, money erders. .. to fc mad parable to Tnt Stiw. Readers of Tns Sex leaving town for thj cummer months can hav the dsliy ana Sunday and evening editions delivered to them (n any pari of thle country o.5ur? oa the terms stated above. Addressee 'fcanted ae often as desired. Order ikrousb atwsdealer or directly of Publication OBIcs. Telephone 2200 Beekmsn. Published dally. Including Sunday, b ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

I" 1. .- -V'-t-'S Thuiiderhowr4 to-day; to-morrow fair; gantle to moderate ahlfting winds. Highlit temperature yeeteritay, to; loweit, 70. Detailed weathsr, mill and marina report! on page . IT SHINES FOP, ALL VOL. LXXXIII.t-NO. 327. NEW YORK, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916 . Conright, Itll, ay the Sun Printing and PuUltMng Aetoctation. 60 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. & h GUARDSMEN IN ANGER, ANXIOUS TO COME HOME Men Believe They Are Made Pawns in Political Game. SOLDIERS FEAR FOR THEIR DEPENDENTS Ninety Per Cent, of Them Dissatisfied and Dis contented. REGULARS CRITICISE RECENT MOBILIZATION Call State Organizations "Slipshod,". From Mili tary Standpoint. f I a llaf Ctrrttponitnt of Til Id. Browmsvilue, Tex., July 22. Under Ita flrat severe teat the National Guard la breaking down, and through no fault of Its own. Ninety per cent, of the men are dis satisfied nnd discontented and are anx ious to Ret back home to their work and their families. This statement may come as a sur prise to a public...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

t ,? fir ugurate any policy Injurious to Ameri can rights nnd Intercut. M. Haronoff has been known slnco the outbreak of the war ns tho bitterest foe to Oermany among Russia's statesmen. In tho Oer man press ho has licen frro,uently the Object of fitter attacks. This hostility M due chiefly to Hazonoff'a work to fMrongthen tho ilionds that bind his Country's policy to that of Great Hrltnln. M. Hnwmoft liad been Korean .Minister Incc 1910. AMERICAN AVIATORS BATTLE IN THE CLOUDS Bt'tt Jfatl'8 Machine Middled, but. Kiffln Itockwell Es enpes by a Dive. Sprclal Cahlt Peipatth to Ttn Sr.. T'Anis, July 22. A. C. I-nne, Titr. BtiN's corrcstondent with the Franco American aviation corps on the western front, writes under yesterday's date: "Klllln ltockwcll and Hert Hall went out togilhcr hunting Ocrman machines when ltockwcll saw a German plane within the French lines nnd dived for him, not seeing some Gorman fighting machines flying at a greater height than himself. Ono of these latter dive...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

THE SUN", - SUNDAY, JULY -3, 1916. 3 J ARMY BILL IS CDT DEEPLY IN SENATE Seduction of $:5,nnn.ooo Ow ing to Passing of Mex ican CiInIn. TRANSPORT IS DEFKXDEI) XnvHl Hill Compromise Kx pectcd on 2 DreadnoughtM nnd l Rattle Criiisera. Wahhinotos-. July 22. The Senate to-day cut more tlian $35,n00,n00 nut of the J330,OMO,ono Hi-tny appropriation bill lit the URReMlon f Senator t'hamber lain, chairman of the Military Affiilm Committee. Hcnntor Chamberlain ex plained that many of the Increaaea were recommended by the committee to meet Anticipated expenses of the Mexican crisis und alnce the emergency appar ently no looser exteted so much money would not be needed. In the course of debate on the treat ment of National (luardemen mustered Into Mexican xervlce Senator Wads worth of New fork declared that In his opinion the. ftunrrtpmen were transported to the border more comfortably than troop were ever moved in the history of the world. Senator l,ee, Marl,ind, produced flic tires showing t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

C-..i;v;i;i5Kji THE SUN, ' SUNDAY, JULY 28, 4 GUARDSMEN IN ANGER WANT TO GO BACK HOME Continued front Ftrtl Pag. tara rlMnsndln thslr rfoalt. And t)i latttrs. a hss bsn raid, will not l th product of shirking anil stacking lint of rtifntmsnt soundly hassil. Thsy don't want to bi profssslnnal soldlr. Whether th.v nr rlKht or wronn In thl Vlw has nothing to do with the mutter of setting- twfore tin- imhllc the furl a to the Plate of mind of the mllllla. Ttiew Jtlst and are seriously affecting the morale of the army. Not one hut twenty regular army of fleer have told the rorreopondent for Tmi Sitn that It will he an Impossible Job to weld Into an effective army troona whose heart ! not In their wurk, They do not want lit be profelnnl eoldlera txcause their life work lie elsewhere. In other field. If there w n chnnce of Kolnn Into Mexico nnd awomtillahlnn what they nmslder a real patriot service they would accept all f the hardehlpt of training nnd rry for more, tlut they don't believe ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

4 5 CIVIL SERVANTS IN GUARD BIND PAY CUT V. S. Govormont Puts $2,000 ii Ycnr limit on Emolu ment t Employees. X. V. CENTRAL ALSO ACTS Men Octfinr Biff Salaries JtfYom Hotfl Vlll RccciVc Only $100 Month. IfKADQUARTtKS NeT YORK DIVISION, McAi.lbn, Tex., 'uly 22. Trie United Plates Oovernrrwn will pny no employee (brent on eervle, with the National Guard more than 12,000 a year, Includ In glhe pay hp reolves na a noldler, Notlncntlon of thl recent rullnr of the Treasury Pepartmnt wan received In McAllen to-day. 'he pay of a private la 1 1 SO h year, art while on duty the Government will iimt him his full salary In addition up to 2,000, hut If as an officer he should a'eady be getting n much an 12,000 helll receive nothing from the civil eervle. Word haa teen rrelved by regimental commanders at MrUlen that the New York Central Itnllrd Ima cut down the pay of nil employes nbsent on military aervlce to $100 a pnth. With npprnxl mately 300 employes In the guard, the railroad haa etabhed a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

' 6 M. Y. STATE MOOSE ( QUIT HUGHES FIGHT rroffrcfislvo Committee Ad- jouniH Without Carrying 1 Out InilorRctnunt Plan. CO TO CO FOIl HUGHES y H. Hotclikiss Tells of In official Poll Made by Him. , RrnACfBr, N. T July 2?. The meet. In of the I'mgre-Mir .S'tato commute) adjournal ul D o'clock to-night without curry Inic out the plan favored by Horace B. vWlklnaon uril C.torun W. rerklna of Indorsing Chnrloa 13. Ilughaa for the Prealflericr of tlio rnltnl rltntt. Tim adjournment won mulo without dat and yrltli thu utidcmtiindlmc that there- would tie no other meeting of the Proicresnlvo Wlntn committee thla year. Tho motion to niljoiirn wnn madn by William If. Hotrhklsa, formerly Hint BuiK-rlriti'hfli'nt of Irwuranca, and ai carrluil with few tllaaeritlriit votes. The convention hail turn In remlon from early In the afternoon until T.30 T. M. amid freni'B of wranifllmc und con fualon. Then an adjournment wim taken tjntll o'clock, and from then until 9, when the meettnK was chilled to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916. J. WHITCOMB RILEY, POET, LONG ILL, DIES JIooHler Philosopher nnd Writer Who Brought Joy to Children. LOVED BY WHOLE WORLD Never Married and Lived for Mnny Yenrs in Homo of Boyhood Friends. iNDtANAPOMil, Intl.. July 22. Jumet TVhlteomb nilry died thin evenlnit. He had been hopelessly Ml for many month. Mr. nilcy iuffercd from extreme heat II to-day, but wns thought to be resting well to-night. He asked hl mirtu for a drink of wntor nt 11 o'clock. When she. returned with It ho wan dead. Death was due to a moke of paralysis. 110,000,000 WILL IS FILED. C II. ftalth of Wlaeonsln Mar Hare Left 920,000,000. OMiKOMt, Win., July 22. Th will of Charles H. Smith of Neenah, Win., dls Posltia; of an estate estimated to bo worth between 119,000,000 nnd $20, 000,000 was filed In tho 1'robate Court here to-day. The widow and three chll u'.IJt1"' tno Pr"clpal benelldnrle. Mrn. Hmlths son by a prevlnua marrliiKe te celvea 125.000. The children will not attain direct co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

8 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916. TO LACK OF MONEY Ex-Consul Dpiiby Declares For- Knnks Withheld Salt Tnx Uiilnnee. AMERICAN'S WKIjCOMK Man With 85.omi.000 to In vest, Could Hnve Made Con tract on His Own Terms. The follotrlnp M the urioml nf n serttt of nrlictrn on h'nr Kastrrn n- aim written for TUB SUN III Unnriri i ... L . . ..-,. I in ..i I 1 ' Denbu, rx-Vnltnt .Vfnrs fninnl nl Rhanahnl. Mr. Ilrnbv Am Irsf hnnit knowtfdpe of the Orient Mini thr f)rl ental view nf Amrrlcn. nrnnlml iliir ing a retMenr nf Iwrnlvtwo lrnrs in China ami Jouin, Is firtt or ticle, lehlrh niprnrril fn Tin: St'N of June 11, rfroll with the Jnmtnme standpoint In thr relation of thn aland Kmplir nml thr Vnttril Stcttr.i. The olloir(ii nitirte, written nfrr tho tlcalh of Yuan Shih-k'al, pirrn the 'nrUrr) Impression, nf thr rrtsls through which China is now pnmliiff. rii.lll.r. IIKXHV.' Pukin, Chin, .tune IT, The cynical remark that China h.s been going to the dogs for 4,000 years contain at least Rome germ ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

THE SUN,. SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916. Ji 9 KEANSBURG BOAT SFMMF.lt HF.SOHTS. "pHE KennsburR stenmbont Keyport rcstlnp; quietly i wall after heliiK rnmmetl nml sunk by the steam AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE THE WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW MKW JRH8F.Y Atlantle Ctt. SMS; 200 IN PANICS on me imuom oi me liny nt the Hntteiy sen I lltrnter Snnto.s, tlirowitiR 1200 nnstsotiKcrs into pnnlc. HotelBoscobel II? 00 lip week'y, uipnrit) .1V0. Kentucky Ave., near ProMi. baths, elevator, fine tahle, speiltl rates, booklet 29th season; A 11, MA It I ON. Kcypnrt Ifntnnicri Off llntfor.v by Stonm Lljrlitrr mid Quickly Settles. A I.L KASHA' HKSCI'KI) Slirowslittr.v lllvpr Vessel rushed Ajrninst Sen Wnll by Hni-jrc. The Kennsliurc meamhrmt Keypirt ar.xs Ftink In cnlllslnn with )h0 steam llphttr SnntoR 15" feet off the lintly nail yratrrilny. The 200 p.-iKseni:rrs Aboard the reexport, ninny of them omen, were thrown Into n p.tnle. hut only two peranns were hurt ami all of tic pi.-senKers were hintleil s...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

10 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916. MOTOR CAR SILENCE IS REALLY CONTINUOUS NOISE Over 200,000 Sounds Each Minute in a 12-Cyl-inder Car at 20 Miles per Hour Are Blended Into Pleasant Hum. t Br a. M ni.nw ct.AYim.v, of "The Antomnhlle." For ttio quietness of the modern au tomobile engineers have hardly received the credit thnl Is properly their due; the Immense illtllcuttlea with which they have, had to contend only nvpear nn u close examination. Koine interesting Ilium can he obtnlned by calculating the number of opportunities for noise production that exist In a chassis, and the comparative frequency of each given an opportunity for pome "noise, an alyses'' which are Instructive. Just to tnko a few striking rases. In order to show the Idea. Suppose a twelve cylinder chassis geared between four and five to one on high and run ning at twenty miles an hour with 34 Inch tires. Uulnir round figures, we know that the engine firm nix times In each crankshaft revolution, that the road wheel ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

OVERLAND HELPS SUBURBAN DEALER Of Course We'll Take a Ride 1917 VELIE MODELS ARE QUALITY CARS Vnrlety of Models Gives One Wide Hanpe of Choice and Splendid Efficiency. THE NEW "BILTWELL" VELIE SIX FOR 7 PASSENGERS. .... isaErsasafl rJj. fliisiiiess Mnn Explains How Much He Owns to His Ever Heady Motor Car. At n rerent itattiertnR of deulrt-H In rubiirhnn lumiea property It wan linn lit motlfly .ittri'eil thnt the Hlltoinnbllp lmn Lorn otic of tho moat tinportant fnctorn In the MTirallorml development of that line of uusin'M cwrinK me inn icw eari. longer (iocs inn rem t,.i,iip ralefmsn hnvc to eprntl hour of nt'tti went In convincing tho prospective pi r fher that the trip from hi ilowr town office, to hl future home In thi puburt'K will not occupy too much of bin time, Tim lonfC ftrcet car or train rlile Is mi objection which 1 now almost otxoletr. It n elated. "In my city," Kald one of the dealers, "moot of our suburban property In lieliw taken up by those who have owned homes In ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

THE. SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916. HOBOKEN'S SECRET I STILL ALL HER OWN During these Warm Days, Take Advantage of the Macy Personal Shopping Service A staff of efficient shoppers will personally attend to your wants; if you cannot call, phone 6100 Greeley, and your order will be carefully and promptly filled. Mser's Third riser, 14th street, rrsat. H. Mirr C.'t AHrsrasM Are Their Urn Have the Work Done This Summer Winter Furs Remodeled Reporter Sent to Look Into Murrlnjrc Runners Looks Into Cafe IiiMtcntl. Macy's prices are always moderate, but we advise that you take advantage of the dull season to have your Furs repaired. Maey's Third fleer, 11th street, Bear. Hsrsld Seaars, wj, 1 1 JSth St. SEES PISTACHIO BUILDING Last Week df the Pre-Inventory Gearanee Sales Thrown Out of Stntion by Po lieoman for Asking "Why So Many Saloons?" "PI Ff R AM ,11 gsje?'!' On reason that next to nothing will bs itld her about the abolishment of marriage runnera In Moboken ii lhat Old Judga McCormlck, w...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

be SECTION 2. Sporting News BASEBALL. BOXING. RACING. ROWING GOLF, ATHLETICS. YACHTING. TENNIS NEW YORK, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916. Copyright, lilt, cy Sun PrlfiHnj and PuMUMno AnocUiHon. -f-f Donovans Clan Is Victorious, While Giants LoseSuperbas Make a Cleanup in a Sizzling Marathon Finish PERMITS PITCHING Hartzell Crosses Plate With Yankees' Lone Run Peckinpaugh's Double in Sixth Sends In Tally That Beats St Louis, 1 to 0 Oldring's Great Catch in Eighth Saves Day for Shawkey. RED SOX DIVIDE BILL WITH TIGERS RUBE SGHAUER IS SENT TO COLONELS Suverbas Fly Homeward REDS RETALIATE; DEFEAT CHAMPIONS Clncy Crew Annexes First Vic tory Under Leadership of Matty, 4. to 2. PLEASES CHICAGO Cubs Drive "Pol" From Box and Give Giants a Beat ing, 5 to 2. After Double Victory Dodgers Down Pirates, 7 to 1, in First Game and Then Take Thrilling Fifteen Inning Tilt, 3 to 2 ,End Long Road Trip. Score 1 to 0 Victory in Sunset Game After Detroit Takes Opener, 4 to 3. Giant, Pitcher Goes to Louis ville to P...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

r ... . 2 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916. Great Reception Accorded Roamer When He Carries 127 Pounds Through Mud to Victory in Yonkers Handicap t SHOCKER ALLOWS NARY HIT OR RUN IN ELEYEN INNINGS Former Yankee Equals the World's Record and Sets New Class AA Mark. BEATS HUSTLERS, 1 TO 0; LEAFS LOSE SECOND C The Sun-Press Racing Chart flUCPIIUS CITY, July 82. Tenth dar of the ranter meeting at the ! Cltr lUelBB Association. Weather elondri track maddy. fllO FIRST HACB-Thre-year-o1di and upward. 8lllnf. On. mil. Punt. MOO added. "AO Tim. 1.4J1-. At port, 14S. 911, Lit. Winner, eh. .. by Rapid Water-Mas sis, Trainer, lime, siari goou. pwicu ui,. t n i mtui i nn tjitt nanuiuaro tail TO STOP ROAMER tndml tts (M) tM m tM t77 OS Krwln. 0r. 11 drlvtnr. Hone. Bob HenaUy.., Soiiu Transit Andei Illamlnaior ... Tamerlane .... Tinkle Hell..., Aberfeldy Wl. . lOt . IK . lit . lit , 101 . lit . 101 . 101 ' V f . "IP- 4' V i i 4 7 24 !' t'i 7" I Jockey, n. Hoffman., Urquhart Hill Kairbrolher... La 1'...

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