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H THE STANDARD-EXAMINER . APRIL ,1920. I
I 'Plans For New Athletic .Park Delayed Temporarily
I Circus Halts Work
! :On Proposed Grounds
" At New Monroe Park
I Work on tho new athletic iark at
Monroo avonuo and Twenty-ninth SL
, I vlllr hot bo started until after the cir
II cub tho entertainment for young and
ft old is staged in "Ogden May 4. Duo
to tho fact that the contract for the
cirqus has been let the live wires in
terested In the new athletic park
thought It best to postpone work on
tho -now field until afier tho "show
shows in Ogden.
Due to that fact the track and field
I carnival scheduled for Ogden, Satur
day, May 8th, will -bo staged" at Lorin
1 j Fair Park. A 440-yard track will bo
I laid out during the present week at
I the' park and cinders placed in posl
The track meet on tho 8th should
. bo one of tho greatest ever held in
the state. On paper the greatest list
,! of starB that over entered competition
In the state will bo in the limelight.
i With such schools as the University
' of Utah, Utah Aggies, the Ogden A.
It A., Ogden high, Weber normal and
others in harness tho farts should seo
; the best meet ever staged in the state
h' or tho west.
If' In the meet at Provo last Saturday
two members of the Ogden A. A. were
' Been in harness, Creed Haymond, Am
i erlcan champion, in tho 100 and 220
! yard events, won both events with
V ease. In tho century Creed crossed
J the tape in record time, two timers
i clicking their watches at 9 4-5 seconds,
I Adams and Hendrix Hook Up
in Mound '
Won. Lost. PcL
jrfrooklyn 6 3 .667
Pittsburg 6 3 .667
Cincinnati 6 3 .667
SL Louis 5 5 .500
Philadelphia 4 4 .500
Boston... .'. 2 4 .333
New York 3 4 .429
Chicago 2 8 .200
New York 5, Brooklyn 2.
Pittsburg 4, Chicago 1, (15 innings).
Cincinnati 7, SL Louis 5.
No other games scheduled.
I' CHICAGO, April 25. Pittsburgh de-j
feated Chicago 4 to 1 In a fifteen-'
; Inning pitching duel between Hondrix
j and Adams today.
a The visitors won the game when
Hendrix weakened and started tho
15th inning by walking McKeichnie.'
, Grimm fanned and Caton singled. Lee
1 followed with a hit which scored Mc-
Kelchnle with the run which would
have, won tho game, but Pittsburgh
kJ added two more runs when Carry's sin-
gle registered Caton and Lee after;
! two were ouL Score: R. H. E.j
; Pittsburg 4 8 4
Chicago 1 11 4
Batteries: Adams and Lee; Hen--f
drii and Killifer.
; Tho words and music of the Trans
t f vaal national hymn were composed by
a Dutchwoman, Mile. Catherin Felicle
' van Rees. I
one at 9 and 3-5 seconds and one at
9 2-5 seconds! Judging from the time
taken Creed Is in the best condition
of his career. Ho won the furlong
with 'ease in 22 flat.
Alma Richards showed his class
when he broke tho state record in the
discus, heaving the oval 128 feet 9
inches. He broad jumped 23 feet on
his first attempt, put the 12-pound shot
53 feet and cleared the bar in tho high
jump at 6 feet 2 Inches. Larson and
Martin did not compete. 0
Plans for the meet May 8th are ma
turing and some fast competition Is
orpected. In the sprints and distance
runs the competition should be close.
In the 100 and 220-yard dash events
Haymond will handicap tho field. In
tho three-mile event Martin will han
dicap tho field.
Glen Dee copped tho two sprints In
the Aggie Intcr-calss meet last Satur
day. He will no doubt give Haymond
a merry tussle in these events. Falck,
another Ogden star, is also showing to
good advantage in theso events.
Sayman Kerr, star mller and half
mller, should give the field a battle
In tho distance events. Ho will wear
the colors of the University of Utah.
Brownie Wilson of the Ogden A. A.
will give Kerr plenty of competition
in the half-mile, while Martin should
push the star in the mile.
In the field events Richards and
Larson should scoro more than thirty
I Former Bee Hurler Bests
Ehmke in Slab
AMERICAN LEAGUE. ,
I Won. LosL Pet,
I Chicago 6 0 1.000:
Boston 7 2 .777
: Cleveland . 7 2 .777
Washington 4 4 .500
New York 3 5 .375
SL Louis 2 4 .334
(Philadelphia 2 5 .286
.Detroit 0 8 .000
Boston 0, Washington 2.
Cleveland 1. St. Louis 4.
Chicago 2, Detroit 1, (10 Innings).
Philadelphia 2, Now York 1.
I DETROIT, April 25. Chicago won
i a ten-inning pitchers' battle, between
Ehmko and Williams today 2 to 1.
The contest went Into the extra Inning
at a nothing to nothing tie. Singles
by Leibold and Murphy and Ainsmlth's
error after the bases were full, gave
the Sox their runs. The Tigers' only
run resulted from Heilman'B doublo
and Youman's single, where the rally
was cut off. Score: R. H. E.
Chicago ... 2 8 0
Detroit 1 3 2
; Batteries: Williams and Schalk;
Ehmke and Alnsmith.
PORTLAND, April 26. The locals
won the final gamo of the series from
the Seals here yesterday, the scoro
being 2 to 1. The largest crowd in
I years attended tho game.
BEES BREAK EVEN
li DDUBLE HEADER
Oaks Win Morning Tilt and
Bees l ake becond
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Won. Lost. Pet.
San Francisco 11 6 .645
Portland 11 8 -.600
Oakland 11 9 .585
Vernon 11 9 .585
Sacramento 8 10 .450
Salt Lake 8 10 .450
Los Angeles '.. 7 .10 .430
Seattlo 6 11 .386
Yesterday's Results. I
Salt Lake 2, Oakland 3; Salt Lake!
9, Oakland 7.
Sacramento 3, Vernon 14; Sacramen
to 1, Vernon 5.
San Francisco 3. Seattlo 6.
Los Angelos 1, Portland 2.
OAKLAND, April 25. Tho Bees
and the Oaks split even on tho twin
ball played hero yestorday, tho locals
winning the morning game by a score
of 3 to 2 and tho invaders taking tho
second game by a scoro of 9 to 7. Tho
I afternoon game was a slugfest from
start to finish a total of 25 hits being
made. Tho scores: R. H. E.
Salt Lake 2 6 0 ,
Oakland ..3 7 4
Batteries: Baum, Bromley and Bly
er; Holllng and MItze.
I Second game: R. II. E.
Salt Lake 9 15 3
Oakland 7 10 1
Batteries: Levercnz, Stroud and
'Jenkins; Kraus, R. Artlett and Shell-
1 Senators Blank Boston.
WASHINGTON, April 25. Johnson
bested Bush in a pitching duel today
' nnd Washington evened up the series
by taking the final game, 2 to 0. Shan
non Bcored In tho second on a double
steal with Harris. Johnson's double
and Milan's single accounted for the
other run in the fifth.
Score: R. H. E.
Boston 0 7 4
Washington 2 7 0
Batteries: Bush and Walters; John
son and Plcnlch.
MILWAUKEE, Wis., April 25.
Score: ' R. H. E.
Kansas City 2 7 0
(Milwaukee 12 13 0
I Batteries: Hortman, Beeble and
Sweeney; North and Gaston.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., April 25.
First game Score: R, H. E.
Louisville 5 11 3
Indianapolis 1 8 6
Batteries: Long and Kocher; Ca
vet, Crum and Gossett.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., April 25.
St. Paul-Mineapolis gamo postponed,
COLUMBUS, O., April 25. Score:
R. H. E.
Toledo 6 11 4
Columbus 7 16 4
j (13 innings).
Batteries: Stryker, Brady and O'
Neill; Willis, Sherman and Wagner.
. WESTERN LEAGUE.
WICHITA, Kan., April 25. Score:
R. H. E.
Sioux City ; 2 9 1
Wichita 3 8 0
Batteries: Lyons and Eckert; Gre
gory and Yaryan.
Oklahoma City-Omaha gamo post
Tulsa-St. Joseph gamo postponed,
Joplin-Des Moines game postponed;
Champion Chinese Athletes May Be
Entered in the Olympic Contests
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The Champions In Their Running T,ogs
Everyone of the Chinese athletes
'shown above is champion of China in
somo event. China plans to send a
team to the Olympiad in Antwerp this
summer and theso men are tho ones
who'll go if a team is senL They were
, members of SL John's college track
team, Shanghai. Tho men and the
j events in which they star, are: I. Y. S.
J BEAVERS VICTORS.
SEATTLE, April 25 The locals won
I a fast game from tho Seals hero to
'day, the scoro being 3 to 2. Both
clubs played snappy ball, but tho lo
cals held tho edge. Tho score:
R. H. E.
San Francisco 3 12 1
Seattlo 6 7 2
Batteries:- Jordan and Anfinson;
Geary and Adams.
LOS ANGELES, April 26. Bill Es
sick's Tigers won both ends of tho
double bill hero with the Senators yes
terday, taking the first gamo by a
score of 14 to 3 and tho afternoon con
test by a 5 to 2 count. The Tigers
played errorless ball in both games.
LOS ANGELES, Cal., April 25.
Morning game: . R. H. E.
Sacramento 3 6 5
Vernon 14 14 0
Batteries: Devitales, FIttery, Hor-
weldge and Cook; Schellenbach, Ross
Afternoon game: R. H. E.
Sacramento 1 5 0
Vernon 5 8 0
I Batteries i Penner and Cady; Dell,
CINCINNATI, April 25. The cham
pions drove Goodwin from the box In
tho first inning today and hit Shordel
hard, winning from St. Louis seven toi
five. Ring pitched effectively for 7!
innings, but weakened toward the fin-'
ish ?"'' was hit hard In the eighth
and h rounds. Daubert secured
four ciean hits and a base on balls in:
five trips to the plate: Score: R. H. E.
St. Louis 5" 3 0
Cincinnati 7 7 0
I Batteries; Goodwin, Sherdel and
iClemons; Ring and Wingo.
Dan, shotput, broad jump and hammer
throw; 2. S. S. Dar, shotput, broad
jump and hammer throw; 3, Y, Y. Tsu,
100-yard and 220-yard dashes, high
jump and pole vault; 4, T. T. Tsung,
pole vault-; 5, V. H. Phen, 440 hurdles;
6. Z. Z. Jung., 440 and SS80 runs; 7,
name not given; S, Z. L. Kwen, 220
REM FOR MATCH
Harbertson-Santel Will De
Ad Santel, world's light heavy
weight champion wrestlor, and Jack
Harbertson, challenger for the title,
will clash at tho Alhambra theatre
tomorrow night in a finish contest,
best two In threo falls for the title.
Both men have been In training for
many weeks for tho contest and the
fans aro promised a nip and tuck bat
tle. The world title in the Hgth heavy
weight class will bo the prize for the
wlnnor of tho contest. Harbertson
held a light workout at tho Pingrco
gymnasium yesterday afternoon and
reports that he Is ready for the bell.
Jack Is In tho best condition of his
career, according to his backers, and
cxpocts to topple tho champion.
On tho other hand Santel Is tho pic
ture of health and can sec nothing
but a victory over tho local man, al
though he ejpects to have his hands
Ben Pctrc will be tho third man in
the ring. Ben was selected from more
than ten candidates for the-position
and will send tho men on their way.
Ho Is noted for his ability in athletics
in all parta of tho west and his choice
was a popular one.
i Promoter Glasmann stated today
that tho advance seat salo assured tho
wrestlers of tho largest crowd In the
history of tho gamo here. The rlng-
l hurdles,; 9. Y. E. Mos. 440 and 889
runs; 10, D. Y. Ling, 140 and SS0 inns
and hurdles; 11, K, F. Yih, hammer
throw and shotput; 12, Z. V. Li, 440
run; 13, K. S. Ken, high jump; 14, L.
N. Tsang. 100 and 220 dashes; 15, K.
G. Tsha, 220 hurdles; 17, M. P. Walker,
manager; 18, Rev. A. S. Mann, coach.
GIANTS TRIM DODGERS
BROOKLYN, N. Y April 25. New
York defeated Brooklyn 5 to 2 today
before the largest crowd that ever at
tended a baseball gamo in Brooklyn.
Jess Barnes held Brooklyn to- four
safe hits, while the Giants bunched
hits off Cadore with Brooklyn errors
in the second and sixth. Mobart and
Mammaux who pitched the last three
innings, held the Giants in check. The
game was called with two out in tho
last half of the ninth when tho crowd
poured onto tho field. Score: R. H. E.
New York 5 7 2
Brooklyn 2 4 3
Batteries: Barnes and Snyder; Ca
dore, Mohart, Mammaux and Krue-ger.
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liisge Wave Sweeps
Wharf; Kills Six
SAN SALVADOR, Republic of Sal
vador, April 25. A huge wave swept
over a wharf at Champerico, Guatema
la, killing six persons and destroying
more than, six thousand bags of cof
fee, ready for shipment to San Fran
cisco, Cal., and many bales of nier
side seats, it Is said, will be sold out
I Art Chester and Young Apollo will
I clash In tho opener of the card. Both
men are mlddlewelghts and should be
able to give the fans a treat. As an
added feature Promoter Glasmann
has arranged a "battle royal" of a
now type, one which he declares will
' keep tho fans in an uproar. Tho show
will start promptly at S:30 o'clock.
YANKEES LOSE I
1 OLYMPICS . ,. j
Hockey Stars Go Down to I
Defeat at Hands of
ANTWERP, April 25. The Canad
ian hockey team won the match with
tho American team in the Olympic
tourney today by a score of 2 to 0.
Frederlckson penetrated the Amer
ican defense after a long skate in the
tc-nth minute- of the second half and
scored. In the fifteenth minute- Jo- '
hannscn also scored. i'
Both tho Canadian goals were shot
from scrimmage and after hard fight
ing. The losers in tonight's Olympian
hockey match between teams repre-
sonting Canada and the United States
will not Le eliminated entirely from
the tournament, but will have a chanco
to compete for second prize. The win- t
iter of the match tomorrow night will ,
meet In the first prize finale the Swe- j P ,
dish team, which won this afternoon's .Ps
gamo from the French. or UjJk
According to the elimination system "i
the losers In the first prize finales
will meet all teams beaten by the first
prize winners in a contest for. second
The line-up of the American team :
tonight will be the same as that of I.
yesterday. Canada's lineup will be: ;
Forwards Halferson, Frederlckson B
and Goodman; rovers, ' Woodman, B
Jones, Benson and Johanncson; goal, ft
Byron. I' L
The Americans displayed consider- 1 -1
able disappointment dver the awards ' ir
in the skating competitions for worn-. f. :
en last night An examination of the" f::
judges' scores this morning showed
that on the total points made Miss f":
Theresa Weld, of Boston, Mass., should L
have had second place. Her total was
898 points against Miss Nori's 8S7 and
Miss Tuhn's 913 1-2. However, by the ' '
complicated award system used,' each i
Judge picked first, second arid third
choices in addition to estimating the
number of points scored and Miss
Weld was put third. Each of the com-' ! ' ,
petlng nations had a judge except Am- j 4
erica. 1 1
Nathan W. Nileson, Boston, comnet- 3
ed in the school figure skating this gj
morning against ten of the best skat- Sj
ors In the world, including Ullrich Sal j
.how, the champion. Norway, Eng- ' '
land and Sweden each had two en 1
tries and Italy, Switzerland, France, I
Finland and America each one. The m
Rwards will be made after the freo K
skating contests which .will probably W
be decided tomorrow. I
ATHLETICS TRIM YANKS ;
NEW YORK, April 25. The Phila,
ielphia Athletics closed their series ; j
here today with a two to one victory
over the New York Yankees. It was
the first game wonby Philadelphia
since it won the opening gamo of the
season. Naylor knocked out of the,
box in the opening game here lasl
Thursday, pitched brilliantly for Phil- '
adelphia today. Shawkey lost his
third straight gamo for New York.
Philadelphia scored the winning run in
the sixth -inning after two were out L
, on a double by Perkins and Galloway's i I
I triple. Score: R. h. E. mH
: Philadelphia 2 8 2 I S
New York l 7 0 J
Batteries: Naylor and Perkins; ' s5
Shawkey and Ruol. 0 -Jj. j
! INDIANS, LOSE.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., April 25. SL Louis !
hit Neihaus in the pinches today and ! j.
defeated Cleveland -1 to 1 in the final
game of the series. Sothoron was '1
steady throughout, keeping the visi- ; I
tors' hits well scattered. Score: .
R. II. E. .
Cleveland 17 0 ' f
SL Louis -l 10 0
Batteries: Neihaus, Uhle, Murchi- ' 1 M
son and O'Noill; Sotherton and Bill- i ! ' -.
ings, Sothoron. i
MMM"'3g"f -"till mum m mn inrrrTinMss i
M World's Championship Wrestling Match I
CHAMPION CHALLENGER I 'ijji'
I ship Alhambra Theatre-Tues., April 27 s?2p S fl
1 Special EventART CHESTER vs. YOUNG APOLLO 1 j
M TICKETS ON SALE AT HEMENWAY & MOSER'S CIGAR STORE, TWENTY-FIFTH ST. AND WASHINGTON AVE.; ALHAMBRA BOX OFFICE, 11 A. M. TO 1 P. M. AND 5 TO 8 P. M. H . f"
S GREATEST AND LAST MATCH OF THE SEASON