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I S , ' THE STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY. APRIL 5. 19Z0 I
1 sports;
I'f GUW SHARKS BRAVE
I OLD KING WINTER
ml !5 Dorsey Burgess Takes Honors
J Jm J in Regular Sunday Tilt
j m - At Salt Lake
V SALT LAKE, April S. Morabcrs of
I lisf " lh'5 8x111 1ak' Gun club braved a
flap regular flnowatonn yesterday At tho
! Wm f club'H grountis and dosplta tho handl-
B I caps some remarkable scores wcro
B turned In. Dorscy Burgoss was high
SB ' man with a acoro of 50. Jamos An-
v"H denon took second honor, R, C.
I SI i Wlndslow third honor end W. Hold-
IB away flnishod fourth. Burgrw warn
j Hi easily tho star of tho shoot and hl
M work attracted the attention of thoc
!mt prcrant.
B In the 100-blrd ovont. J. I1. Cowan
ML led tho flold with a cor of S9.
II W. II. Mltcholl and J. P. Murphy
H , wcro close behind tho winner. Domey
!Bk . Kino won tho weekly leg on the
'imm handicaps shoot.
rMit and Mat Champs
Enter A. A. U. Meet
(loriiuesaiDOSion
! BOSTON, April 5. Tho national am
ateur boxing championship tourna
mont, to bo held here on Monday and
Tuesday nights, ha brought more en
IrloB than In any previous year. The
entry list also Is more widely repre
sentative than usual. Of the 122 col
legos and club men entered for tho
competition In oight classes, more
than forty hold titles, including sev
eral prcaont or past national chain
In addition to New England boxers,
contestants will come from California,
Wisconsin, Missouri, Alabama, Louis
iana, Now York, Ohio and Pennsylva
One of the ten entrants in tho
heavyweight class is Edward Eagan,
& Yale's boxing champion, who won the
V title last yeas as a representative of
the Denver Athletic club; William
Spanglcr, a New York policeman;
Fnink Grayber of Pittsburg; R. Pet-!
teraon of San Francisco, and Ernest
Perrin of Now Orleans, arc others in,
this class. I
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Ernest Barry Leaves
kl to Compete for Title
rsK LONDON, April -1 (Canada Press.)
'l Ernost Barry, the world's champion
scullor, loft for Australia yesterday to
(IB oppose Fred Felton, the Australian, on I
j- Mm tho Parramatta river. Now South j
rMK "Wale3, for the world's sculling cham-
JlV plonshlp, at tho end of August. He
t MM was accompanied by Bob McAlpine, a
e B Newcastle sculler.
;.flB H. V. Rosb of Herne Hill won the
MM London-to-Brlghton walking contest In
MM eight hours and fifteen minutes,
MB against his own time of eight hours
'JAB and eleven minutes, made In 1909.
Iff FIGHT IN JERUSALEM.
mB JERUSALEM, April 5 One hundred
Mm and eighty-eight casualties, mostly
slight, occurred as a result of a con
'fljgv fllct hore on Easter Sunday. Tho
Mfy military aro in control of tho situa-
I Anclont Babylonians wore artificial
L teeth and brldgowork.
j Northwest Swimmers
' to Enter Tank Meet
Portland, Or.. April 6. Swimmers
from the VnlverwHy of Oregon, tho
Seattle Athletic club, th Victoria (B.
C.) Athletic club and' tho Multono
mah AmRtcur Athletic club of Port
land, arc to compoio In the Pacific
, Northwest association Indoor swlm
mlntr championship" to be hold Joint
ly In Portland and Soattlo about the
middle of April. The oventa arc to
bo equally divided botween tho two
cltios.
Jack Cody, swimming instructor ofj
the Multonomah club cxpocts to oarryi
away tho honors In tho moet. Among
thoao who will swim for the local
club aro "Bus" Douglas. Myron WU
soy, O. J. Hosford, "NapRy" Kuohn,
Don Stryker. Collie Whoolor, Ted
Alone. Earl Smoad, Frank Web
ster, Mickey Rlngler and Al Enc
grone. Hal DoWalde and Wallace
will compcto In the plunge.
In tho women's event, the club -will
bo rcproucntod by Thclma Payno,
national women's fancy diving cham
pion; Helen Hicks, Ircno and Vir
ginia Pcmbrooko, Ethel Knowlcs,
Mabel McKIbbon, Joanotte Woods,
Alice Joy and Roberta Wad i.
Th P. N. A. outdoor champion
ships will bo held In Victoria. B. C.
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Dates Announced for
Western Track Trials
SAN FRANCISm. April 5. Ten
tative dates for the Paclfl" coast
inain, preliminary iur wiu iiiuii I'iiiu-
lnatlon tests for the American Olym-j
pic games team to bo held In eastern
cities early this summer, have boon
announc-ed by Snm Goodman of San
Francisco, vice president of the A. A.
1 1., on his recent return here from
Antwerp and New York,
j Goodman ?ald that primary tryouta
( for track men would be held in va
1 rlous localities and the best would bo;
sent to Pasadena Juno 20 for the,
i final Pacific coast tryouts. The suc
cessful men at Pasadena are then to
go east to compcto for places on the
team to erprcHent the United States.
Most of the American athletes go
ing to Belgium for the games will
al from Now York Juno 2-1.
Swimming trials will be held at
Honolulu and San Francisco July 3
and !.
Portland, Goodman said, has been
awarded the boxing and wrestling
I trials.
Olympic games committees aro to
be formed at Los Angeles, Portland,
ore.. Seattle, Wash., and San Francisco.
-uu
Railroad Traffic Hit
by Storms in Kansas
i
The tourist section of Train No. 21,
from Chicago, failed to arrive in Og
den this morning because of heavy
storms on the Kansas division of the
Union Pacific, according to word from
local railroad offices. It is expected
that the tourist cars which were left
behind will arrive this afternoon on
train No. 7.
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USE FOR WASTE OIL.
Livingston, Mont.. April 5. Waste
oil from the garages of this city ib ..:'
be put to work around the town, ac
cording to plans of Dr. S. E. Leara,
local health officer. The wastw o
gathered In utensils placed In the
garages, will be distributed In sec
tions of the city whore pools of stag
nant water exist and In other pmces
whore it is suspected mosquitoes ar-.
bred. Tho oil also will be used In
fighting flics during the' summer and
In burning ! ho dead bodies of horaxs
and other animals whero stfch Is nec
essary. .
DENMARK IN FERMENT ; MAY BE REPUBLIC ; I
CRISIS FOLLOWS THE SECOND PLEBISCITE J
A strong movemlnt, centered in Copenhagen (1), is now in progress
in Denmark to make that country a republic At the same time, accord
ing to dispatches, a crisis has followed the second or Flennburg zone of
the plebiscite (2). The zone voted German on the whole, but the Danish
progressives claim that the land should be at least internationalized for tho
present. f
"GUARD MOUNT"
PUT IN EFFECT
FOR POLICEMEN
"To quit their post only when
properly relieved," is an innova
tion which Ogden 'police will fol
low in the future, according to
Commissioner J. R. Ward. He
stated today that a sergea'nt of po
lice will take the relief men out
and post them at given points
around the city to relieve men on
duty.
"Under the old system," said
Commissioner Ward, "tne men
coming off shift arranged to ar
, rive at the station at the ond of
their shift, while tho new shift left
the station at the given period for
tho beginning of their "trick." A
period of 10 to 15 minutes
elapsed, during which no police
men were on the beat." The new
system will eliminate this lack of
protection. Commissioner Ward
said.
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Helen Taft Denies
Engagement Story
LOS ANGELES, April 5. Reports
said to have been printed in Cincin
nati, Ohio, that Miss Helen Herron
Taft, president of Bryn Mawr college!
and only daughter of former President
Ta.fl, was engaged to Prof. Frederick
J. Manning of Yale, were denied by
Miss Taft. The denial was made over
leng distance telephone from Santa
Barbara, Cal.
"There is absolutely no truth in the
report," she said.
In 1S70. during the Franco-Prussian
war, the value of diamonds was
largely depreciated by the quantity
offered for sale In London by French
refugees.
RACE WITH STORK
GETS DOCTOR IN
BAD WITH POLICE
Racing with the stork, with a River
dale home as his destination, resulted
in a 10-day suspended sentence for
Dr. E. R. Dumke, who appeared before
Judge D. R. Roberts of the city court
this morning charged with speeding.
"It was an emergency call, judge. !
and I had to speed," said the physi
cian, j
Judge Roberts staled that while
physicians should be allowed to break
speed laws in cases of life and death,
that they should not take advantage ,
of traffic ordinances. . 1
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Ogden Musicians Pro
tective Union Local No.
356 A. R of M. ;
!
On account of a number of applica-1
tions for membership, the local decid
ed at their regular meeting, to open
ihe charter, and accept' applications at
a reduced initiation fee for a period of
30 days, commencing April 1. For fur
ther information inquire of Charles C.
Thatcher, secretary, phone 756 or 649.
171
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Ogden Chapter No. 2,
R. A. M.
Regular meeting Tuesday and work
in M. E. M. degree. By order of E.
H. P.
F. E. NICHOLS,
169 Secretary
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NOTED COUNTERFEITER
FREED FROM LEA V 12N WORTH
(Internatloual News Service)
Leavenworth, Kan. Tom Johnson,
one of the most noted counterfeiters
in the United States, was at liberty
here the other day for the first tlniu
in twenty-three years. He was rc-
leased after having served a term foi j
counterfeiting 20 gold pieces.
Johnson, a native of California, is
said to have caused tho federal au- '
ihoritjes more trouble than any other ,
living counterfeiter. j
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