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1 3DTO THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 1920. ' 1
I LATE NEWS IN THE WORLD OF SPORT
w : 1 '
Iv-ivlichigan Finishes Second
With Wisconsin Third; Cali
fornia Romps in
A'NN ARBOR. Mich., .June .5.
Scoring iu eleven of the 16 events,
the well balanced team of the Univer
sity of Illinois triumphed in the
twentieth unnu.il outdoor track and
field championships of the -western
conference on Ferry Field today
with a total of forty points, Michigan
although weakened through the loss
of Captain Carl Johnson in the dash
os and hurdles,' landed second place
with thirty points. I
Wisconsin fought its way into j
third place with 25 1-2 points, while J
Missouri chiefly through the prowess i
of Jackson Scholz. who scored 10
points, landed fourth with It 1-2
points. The all-star team from tho
University of California bagged fifth
place with 11 1-2 points.
The remaining points were divided
as follows: Noi.ro Damo and Ne
braska 10 each, Chicago 7, Purdue 6,
Kansas Aggies 5. Minnesota 5, Earl
ham 4, Cornell 3, Ohio State 2 1-2,
Indiana 1 and Amos 1.
The meet was so evenly contested
that Michigan and Illinois were lied
at 27 1-2 points when thirteen of
the events had been decided. Wis
consin was dangerous from tho start,
but tho showing of the California
I squad was a disappointment. The
coast team was weakened through
the loss of Jack Merchant, the all
I around star who failed by a quarter
of an Inch to qualify in the broad
! jump. He also failed to place in tho
shot, discus and javelin. He won
the only first for the Callfornians,
winning the hammer throw with a
heave of 150 feet seven inches.
Honors for breaking the onl record
of the meet went to Hoffman of Michi
gan, who heaved the javelin 172 Ret
10 Inches, beating his mark made m
the trials yesterday by one foot 3
Inches. Two conference records how
ever, were tied. Scholz, the Missouri
sprinter, equalled the mark of 213-5
in winning the 220-yard dash and the
Illinois team tied the record of
4 3.21 4-5 in winning tho one-mile re-
Individual honors went to Scholz,
Missouri flier, who is rated as one of
jjV4- the premier sprinters of tho country.
1 He landed victories in the 100 and
220-yard dashes, beating out an im
posing array of starters.
Missouri pulled up In fourth place
with 14Vi points and California fifth
ivl.n une western comcrcnce
rocord was smashed and two wore
tied. Sixteen of the 34 teams in tho
meet broke into the tablo of points.
100 yard dash Won by Scholz, Mis
souri; Johnson, Minnesota, second:
Maleckar, Wisconsin, third; Spetz,
Wisconsin, fourth. Time 10 seconds.
120 yard hurdles Won by Wright,
Nebraska; Andrews, Wisconsin, sec
ond; Wallace, Illinois, third; Beards
; ley, Michigan, fourth. Time 15 4-5 sec-
Tho mile run and 440-yard dash
J wero run off during the downpour.
After those events were finished the
?' spectators ran for shelter. The skies
cleared, however, within twenty min
6 utes, and the meet was resumed.
j.q High Jump Osborne. Illinois, and
" Ivey, ISarlham, tied for first and seC-
, " ond; Later, Michigan, third; Shl-
decker, Ohio State, and Williams, Mls
souri, tied for fourth. Height 6 feeL
S80-yard run Won by Mochan,
tint Notro Damo; Sprott. California, sec-
..."-.v ond; Spink, Illinois, third; Nash,
con Wisconsin, fourth. Time 1:54 1-5.
, J Running broad jump Won by
that Johnson, Michigan, Sundt, Wlscon-
d M sin, second; Cruikshank, Michigan,
third; Keeling. Indiana, fourth. Dls-
jn;j.u tance 23 feet TV: Inches.
Pole vault Won by Andres, Wls-
Leo consin; Westbrook, Michigan; Slaugh-
tvait, tcr Michigan; Merrick, Wisconsin,
.ife,' and Potorson, California, tied for sec-
f ej ond, third and fourth at 12 feet.
aiu Height of winner 12 feet 3 inches.
MJ 220-yard dash Won by Scholz,
i ho Missouri; Messangale, Missouri, soc-
erei ond; Johnson, Minnesota, third; Cook,
ord Michigan, fourth. Time 21 3-5 (ties
El conference record).
3llc 220-yard hurdle Won by Knollln,
"Wisconsin; Gallagher, Kansas Aggies,
, second; Wright, Nebraska, third; An-
I drews. Wisconsin, fourth. Time 25.
Hammer throw Won by Merchant.
California; Bennett, Illinois, second;
Wilson. Illinois, third; Higgins. Chi
cago, fourth. Distance 150 feet 7
Two mile run Won by FuVness,
Purdue; Wharton, Illinois, second;
Watson. Jvansas Aggies, third; Italh
bun, ,ourth. Time 9:33.
Om d relay Won by Illinois;
Mich!, -ii decond; Notre Dame third;
Missouri fourth. Time 3:21 4-5.
(Ties western conference record),
i. --r Runners winning team: Donohoe,
Prescott, Spinl: and Emery.
One milo run Won by Yates, Illi
nois; Burke, Notre Dame, second; Fer
guson, Ohio State, third; Ramsay,
Wisconsin, fourth. Time 4:28 2-5.
440 yard run Won by Emery, Illi
nois; Bethel, Cornell, second; Butter,
Michigan, third; Donahue, Illinois,
fourth. Time 4S 4-6.
Javelin throw Won by Hoffman,
Michigan; Wilson, Illinois, second;
Zundt, Wisconsin, third; Miller, Pur
due, fourth. Distance 127 feet 10 in
ches. (Now conference record, former
record 127 feet 9 inches made by
Hoffman of Michigan in trials yestor
Shot put Won by Bakor, Michigan;
Dale, Nebraska, second; Majors, Cali
fornia, third; Hlgglns, Chicago, fourth.
Distance 43 foot 11 Inches,
Discus throw "Won by Higglns,
Thicago; Weiss, Illinois, second; Wll-
.on. Illinois, third; Baker, Michigan,
fourth. Distance 140 fet S inches,
t SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION
At Birmingham Birmingham S-6;
At Nashville Nashville 5-7; Chat
At Little Rock Little Rock 12-3:
At Mobile Mobile 3; New OrleauB
St. Louis Banks Indian Stickery
Three Cub Slab Stars Hit Freels
. ! i . . ,
, AMERICAN LEAGUE l
Won Lost Pet.
Cleveland 27 15 .04 3
New York 27 1C .628
Chicago 23 14 .595
Boston . . 22 17 .564
Washington ...... 21 20 .510
St. Lou:s 16 p4 .400
.Philadelphia 15 27 .357
I Detroit ,. 1 1 27 .341
Chicago 4, Detroit 1.
St. Louis 6, Cleveland 0.
Other games postponed, rain.
..CLEVELAND. June 5. St. Louis,
today defeated Cleveland- 6 to 0, it bc-t
Mng the first gamo Mils year Cleveland
had been defeated three successive
days. Shocker was a puzzzle all tho
, way, holding the Indians to three
hits. Nlohaus was driven from, the'
jbox In the second. Faeth who suc
ceeded hlin was a victim of errors by
jhis tuamates. Tobln hit safely the
: first three times up, making seven
successive hits in two days.
St. Louis 10 003 010 6 11 1
Cleveland 000 000 000 0 3 3
Shocker and Severoid; Niehaus,
i Faeth. Uhle and O'Neill. I
Bees Bunch Their Swats and
Take Portland Down
COAST LEAGUE RESULTS.
W. L. Pet.
San Francisco 30 22 .621
Salt Lake 35 24 .593
I Vernon 33 29 .531'
Los Angeles 30 29 .5 OS
Portland ' 26 27 .491
Sacramento- 2G 33 .441i
Oakland 26 35 .4 20
Seattlo 22 35 .380
Salt Lake, b"; Portland. 2.
San Francisco, 1; Los Angeles, 0.
Vernon, 9; Oakland, 4.
Seattle, 9; Sacramento, S.
PORTLAND. Ure.. June 5. Bunch
ing their twelve hits off Sam Ross to
advantage. Salt Luke won again from
Portland today, Q-2. Tho Bees took'
tho lead In the -first inning, scoring;
two runs on singles by Johnson. Krug
and Rumlor, and an error by Siglin.
Ross seemed utterly unable to stop
the Bees whenever Ernie Johnson and
his men wanted to step out and get,
Bees Hit at Will.
Just for instance, in the fourth,
Johnson, who has been hitting like a
major leaguer here thi3 week, cracked
out a douole to left, and went to third
when Ross threw wild to get him.
Krug's single to left put Ernie over
the rubber but Krug was caught off I
rjornnil lv Tinss' oillok throw.
We Should Say Not.
This didn't stop the Bees, as Rum-
ler singled to left and Sheely followed;
with a double to right.
Sand scored In the sixth when King-,
don booted his grounder. Byler dou-i
bled to right and Maggert hit to SIg-
lin. who fumbled the ball but Ross
recovered in time to get him at first.
Krug singled between first and sec-,
ond In tho seventh. Rumler.'s infield
out and Sheely's sizzling single over'
third put another to tho credit of tho
Rclgcr Hurls Well.
- In the meantime Elmer Roigor,
who, by the way, is a Portland discard,
was breezing by in fine shape. Port
land had made four scattered hits off
him until the seventh, when It scored
its first run of tho game. Cox's dou
ble, a single by Schaller and Koehl
er's sacrifice fly put one across.
Mulligan's bad throw to first on Sig
lln's grounder in the eighth, Wlster
zll's single to right and Malsel's In
field out gave Portland Its second and
Flivver in Ninth.
The Beavers had men on first and
second in the ninth, but as has been
tho case all week, the hittors were!
unable to produce a safe hit.
The game was stopped for ten min
utes in the seventh on account of a
i SALT LAKE.
AB. R. II. O. A. E.
Maggert, cf 5 0 0 4 0 0
Johnson, ss ...... G 2 2 3 4 1
Krug. 2b 4 3 3 3 1 0
Rum ler, rf (4 1 2 2 0 0
Sheely, lb 4 0 3 10 0 0
Mulligan, 3b 3 0 0 0 2 1
Sand. If . . . 4 1 1 3 0 0
Byler. c 4 0 1 'J. 1 0
Relgcr, p . . 4 0 0 0 2 1
Totals ...37 6 12 27 10 3
AB. -R. H. O. A. E.
Siglin, 2b 4 1 0 3 5 1
WloterzII, 3b 4 0 3 3 2 0
Malsel. cf 4 0 1 2 0 0
Blue, lb 4 0 111 0 0
Cox, rf 4 1 1 2 0 0
scnanor, n -i l l 2 3 o
Kochler, c 3 0 0 2 1 0
Kingdom 83 3 0 0 1 0 1
Ross, p 4 .0 0 0 5 1
Baker 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 35 2 3 27 13 3
, .Baker batted for Klngdon in ninth.
Score by Innings:
Salt Lake: '
Runs 20002110 0 6
r Hits 30024120 0 12
Runs 00000011 0 2
Hits 0 10201 2 1 1 8
Summary: Struck out By Roiger
1. by Ross 2. BaseB on balls Off
Ross 1. Two-base hits Johnson,
Sheely. Byler, Wiatcrzil, Cox. Sacri
fice hits Mulligan. Koehlor. Stolen
bases Blue, Malsel. Passed ball
Byler. Runs responsible for Relger
2, Ross 4. Umpires Byron and An
derson. R. H. E.
Sacramento , . , 8 12 2
Seattlo 9 12 3
Malls, Kuntz, Prough and Cady,
Cook; Relnhart, Sclbold, Cardner and
R. H. E.
San Francisco 1 S 1
Ios Angeles 0 8 1
Couch and Agnow, Yollo; Brown and
R. H. E.
Vernon ' 9 17 3
Oakland .4 10 5
Schellenback and Dovormor; Hol
ling and Spcllmau.
Won Lost Pet.
Brooklyn 25 15 .615
Cincinnati 25 10 .610
Chicago 2 1 20 .54 5
Pittsburgh 19 19 -500
St. Louis 21 22 .487
Boston IS 22 .450
New York! IS 23 .439
Philadelphia . . 15 27 .357
Yesterday's resu'ts: '
St. Loul3 11, Chicago 6.
Other games postponed, rain.
ST. LOUIS, June 5. St. Louis de
feated Chicago 11 to 6, today, over
coming a six run lead. Martin and
Bailey were driven from the box In
the fifth. Chicago batted out Haines
In the first inning, the first four mon
to face him singling. Sherdel, who
succeeded him, was reached for a
triple and a home run in the same
inning, but held the visitors safe for
the remainder of the game.
Chicago 600 000 000 6 13 2
St. Louis Ill- 080 OOx 11 131
Martin, Bailey. Hondrlx, Carter.
Gaw and O'Farrell Haines, Sherdel
WASHINGTON Dr. Burrls Jenkins
uilr nomlnalo W. G. McAdoo at the
San Francisco convention, which will
choo3o the Democratic candldato foi
WALTON'S DISCIPLES FLOCK
TO LAKES IN MAINE
BOSTON Tho annual exodus to tho
Maine and New Hampshire lakes uy
the disciples of Izaak Walton has De
gun in earnest, following announce
ments that the greater part of the
popular fijhlng grounds are froo from
ice and reports percolating down trom
that region telling of the first catcnes
of the season.
'1 he last tow days have seen a steady
stream of fishermen, laden wun
camp kits and nshing tackle, leaving
the North Station bound for tho open
pursuing the lure of the rod and not.
From all the big lakes Moosehead,
Sebago, Belgrade, Kczar, Sunapee ana
ini.epesauKec word has como that
the ice has gone out for the season
and that catches aro being imure uy
those who have been camping on tno
shores waiting the day wnon fishing
For two weeks past Sebago Lake
has sent down reportu of salmon in
catches of from -i 1-2 pounds up to
ono weighed in at 0 1-4 pounds nave
been made at Sebago.
TOOK OUT LICEXSE 45 YEARS
ACiO JUST .NLUtKlED
PITTSFIELD, .Mass. Jules I. jou
tellier and Augustine Dulvat, highly
respected residents of Great Barring-
i ton, who look out a mariagu license
In Plturield, October 15. 1575, were
married for the first timo itt St.
James' church rectory in Great Bar-1
rlngton by Rev. Robert Backman, Jr.
Ho is seventy-five andj.she is seventy-j
seven. Born In France, they supposed
that securing a license was equivalent
to marriage, and they had lived as
husband and wife.
Mrs. Boutclller had carefully pre
served the license which was issued
by tho late Theodore L. Allen, tnen
town clerk. Tho marriage roturn came
today to City Clerk Michael F. Quinn.
Witnesses or the corcmony wero Judgo
Walter B. Sanford and Registrar of
Deeds Malcoln Douglas.
OVER. LONG WIRE
CINCINNATI An Invention in tel
egraph instruments which transmits
and receive proea mcsages through
the operation of a machlno similar to
a typewriter was officiality demon
strated between this city and Basti
moro, Md., at tho Baltimore &. Ohio
'railroad offices In tho Central Union
Railway Station hero roccntly. Tho
instrument la tho Invention of Dr.
M. Potts, of Baltimore, Md.
A me3age written with tho Instru
ment Is transcribed on a similar ma
chine at the other end of the lino. It
can bo connected through tho sumo
wires from which the koy and sound
er have been taken.
FINDS GOLD NUGGETS
IN SHALLOW FARM WELL
(By International News Service.)
ALSASK, Sask. Considerable ex
citement has resulted here from the
dlscovory in a shallow well on a farm
owned by W. Andre of a considerable
nunibor of gold nuggets. The dlscov
ory was made by Goorgo Egstoad, a
workman. Analysis made at Calgary
Is said to havo developod that tho
mlnoral was of good quality. Egstead
has fllod a claim to tho property.
OUTRAGED REAN GROWER
DUMPS CROP IN BAY
(By International Nowo Service.)
MOBILE, Ala. Tho Boston Tea
Party was paralleled hero when an
Eastern Shoro produco trucker
dumped his cargo of snap beans Into
Mobllo Bo' rather than sell them to
local pro uce mon at 60 cents a
Inquirj - at local wholesale houses
disclosed that, snap beans aro selling
for 51.60 a bushel In carload lots.
' Invaders Win Hands ' Down
From Local Ball Tossers
1 With Score 10-1
Layton again won out over the
Ogden baseball club at Lorin Farr
park yestorday afternoon, the score
being 10 to 1. At no stage of tho
gamo did the locals have a chanco
with tho visitors who displayed a
well balanced team.
From the first round until tho final
spasm tho Layton stars were on their
toes and they dished out somo first
rate ball In the first canto with
two men out and with G. Adams
perched on third after rapping out
a triple, tho fireworks started.
Doubles by S. Adams and Borstadt
and a single by Sandal, netted the
visitors four counters. They added
another tally In tho second inning,
three in tho seventh and two in the
In the ninth after Renell had
walkod Mann. Borstadt slapped tho
first ball pitched for a home run.
Ogden's lonely tally was registered
In the sixth framo. Schultz doubled
to center and scored on a single by
Miller. French and Miller lead the
Ogden players with the willow, each
collecting two hits.
G. Adam3, S. Adams, Borstadt and
Williams each obtained two Mis
for the Layton stars. A double play
French to Schultz to Owens In the
eighth canto was one of tho fielding
features. ' Tho score:
AB. R. 11. O. A. E.
M. Adams ss 4 0 0 3 2 1
G. Adams, lb n 2 2 5 0 (r
Garrett, 3b 5 0 0 0 0 0
S. Adams, 2b 5 2 2 6 2 0
Mann, c .' 1 3 0 5 2 0
Borstadt. cf 5 2 2 3 0 0
Sandal, p 4 0 1 0 2 0
Simmons, If ....... 4 0 1 2 0 0
Williams, rf . . , . . 4 1 2 3 0 0
Totals 37 10 10 27 S 1
. AB. R. H. O. A. E.
French, 3b 4 0 2 1 3 1
Schultz, 2b 4 1 1 3 2 0
Mlllor, c 4 0 2 5 2 0
Myers, If 4 0 0 3 0 0
Wcsslor, ss ...... 4 0 1 7 1 1
Buttorfield; of .... 3 0 0 0 0 1
Owens, lb ....... 4 0 0 6 0 0
Crossman, rf . . , . 4 0 0 1 0 0
Renell, p ..3 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 34 1 ' 6x26 S 3
xBorstadt out;, struck by pitched
ball on third strike.
Score by Innings:
Layton 410 000 302 10
. Ogden 000 001 000 1
Summary: Homo- -run Borstadt
Three-base hits G. Adams. Two-ba3e
hits Borstadt, S. Adams, Schultz.
Stolen bases Miller, S. Adams. Sac
2 rlflce hits S. Adams 2. Bases on balls
5 Off Renell 3; off Sandal 1. Struck
' 'out BV Utmoll K hv Snnrlnl T, II If
by pitched ball Mann and Sandal by
Renell. Passed balls Mann. Miller.
Left on bases Ogden 7. Layton 12.
Double play French to Schultz to
Owens. Tlmo of game 1 hour 55 min
utes. BRIGHAM CITY WINS.
BRIGHAM CITY, June 5. Honey
ville met defeat at tho hands of the
Peaches In a regular scheduled gamo
of the Wasatch league here today, tho
score being 10 to 3. Morgan and Kel
ler worked on tho Blab for tho locals
while- Dewey of the Logan club worked
for the Invading aggregation.
The Score R. H. E
Honeyvillo 3 7 4
Brigham City 10 12 2
Batteries: Keller, Morgan and
Stone. Dewey and C. Hunsacker.
SOME HEN1 LAYS EGG, THEN
WAKES OWNER FOR MEAL
BEND, Ore. A hen which obliging
ly deposits an absolutely fresh break
fast egg on her owner's bed and then
wakes him at the proper time to con
sume the fruit of her industry is some
hen. It Is owned by J. A. McKenzle,
local sawmill employe. After laying
her egg at tho propitious hour Biddy
pecks at McKcnzle's nose until ho has
awakened and then departs by way of
MAN' IS DEAD AT 112
(By International News Service.)
EVERETT. Wash. Washington's
"oldest man," Nols Isaacson, Is dead
at the ago of one hundred and twelvo
years. Ho was born In Norway In
1S0S and enjoyed exccllont health un
til six months boforo his death, when
he suffered a' paralytic stroke. Dc
splto his long residence In this country
he maintained until tho end his old
country diot of sour milk, fish and
MOONSHINE DEW FOUND
IN A BASKET OF EGGS
(By International News Servlco.)
CHATTANOOGA, Tcnn. EggB aro
tho latest camouflago used by North
Georgia moonshiners. When revenue
officers unpacked a suspicious looking
basket of hen fruit In a farm wagon
they found two gallons of mountain
dew beneath. ,
W. M. Owens, farmer of New Eng
land, Ga., was arrested.
I ( YOU OtIGHTA BF A I
V ASHAMED OF J
, ( VOUR3EIF
PAUL JOIS IMS
Boniface Is Close Second With
'Exterminator in Third
NEW YORK, Juno 5. Taking tho
lead at the start and holding it to
the finish, Just as ho did In the recent
Kentucky dorby, Hal Parry's three
year old gelding, Paul Jones, by Sea
King-May Florence won tho famous
Suburban Handicap at ono mile and a
quarter at Belmot park today.
Commander J. K. L. Ross' five year
old horao Boniface, finished second,
only a head, while W. L. Kilmer's Ex-;
terminator, carrying weight of 123,
pounds, ran third, five lengths away
and a length in front of Upset, while
Thundorclap, always outrun, was
Rain and a sloppy track reduced tho
field to these five starters, the small
est number that Ncvor contested for
Tho time, 2.09 3-5, was fair con
sidering tho weathor and track con
dition. The winner's end of tho stakes was
New York Star Takes Event j
in Easy Style Over
Fast Field j
NEW Y'ORK. Juno 5. Hanncs
Kolehmalnon, of Brooklyn, triple win
ner in the last Olympic games at
Stockholm, won tho 26 mllo mara
thon race run at Tr.averuo Island un-,
dor the auspices of the Now. Yorkt
Athletic club, In which long distance (
runners from principal cities cast oZ
Ploughing through mud, Kolchmal
ned did tho distance in 2 hours, 47;
minutes 49 seconds. Joseph Organ, of j
the Pittsburg Athletic association, wast
second nnd John Tuomlkoskl, of the
Qulncy (Mass.) Athlotlc club, was'
Tho next seven men to finish aftor;
Tuomiko3kl. wore ns follows: William'
Wick of Qulncy, Mass.; Jack Weber1
of Pittsburg; William Kyronen.l
Brooklyn: Charles Mellor, Chicago;
Edwin White, Now York; Hugo Kaup
plncu. Finnish A. C; and Cliff Mitch
ell, of St. Christopher.
WILLIAMS WINS j
CHICAGO. June 5. Chicago hit
Ehmko in the early innings today and
defeated Detroit, 4 to 1. Williams al
lowed two hits 'until Lho ninth when
a single by Bush and a double by Cobb
scored a run.
Detroit 000 000 001 1 4 1
Chicago 021 000 104 9 1
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What . They Say 1 I
JIMMY WIJDDE. J
The finale of Jimmy Wilde's Amer-,
lean ring campaign tingles with side-
lights. "Doe" Cutch. manager ofi
Patsy Wallace, and the English utomt
aren't on speaking terms after tho
near tragic ending in a Toronto ring,'
Jimmy says: j
"Toll Wallace I'll be back from
England Sept. 1C. I'll fight in his;
backyard anywhere anytime. This
follow Cutch will have to put up a big I
side hot tho bout, to go to a de
cision, and the winner take all."
Billy Gibson's ultimatum that Lew
Tendlcr must accept his offer to meet
Lconnrd within 30 days or keep quiet!
made tho Philadelphia southpaw'
smile. Low says: J
"What right has Gibson to say how,
much money I will get? Let him keep'
his eye on his own fighter and look
i after his end, for If he ever lets me
i meet Leonard their days of gathering
'big. money will end suddenly. I think!
Glbby forgot to mention tho weight.
Well, that's the big hurdle in such a
match and not tho money."
The crack stars unearthed at the in
tercollegiate, moot -at Philadelphia
would come near winning for Amer
ica at Antwerp, thinks Gustavius Klr
by. president of the American Olympic
committee. He says: I
"The gamos disclosed some really
remarkable athletes and athletic per-
utterly roba him of that vlrllo force,
that stamina and strength of will
which aro ao necessary to buccobb und
nowor In every walk of life. I strong
ly advlso uvory man who is faggort out
by worry, work and other strains to
build up his utnmKlh, onergy and on
durnnco by taking uonio form of or
ganic Iron Nuxatcd Iron for 1 con
sider It ono of tho foremost blood and
body builders, the best to Which I havo
ovor had rocourso."
Dr. J Van Homo, fonnorly Medical
Insprctor nnd clinical Physician on tho
Board of Honlth of tho City of Now
York snyo: "Strong, hoalthy men and
women with plenty of Iron In their
blood aro tho onos who go through llfo
with a Bmllo, BOlf-rolIant and fearless
and tholr dynamic power and energy
mukda thorn virtually maolors of tholr
own dominion. It in purprlolnff how
tunny poopln who do not pet nlong in
11 fix nro iu roallty ufforlng from Iron
deficiency and do not know It, To
nupply thlo laok, of Iron and holp
formanccs, and when you consider lll
the number of avallablo athletes In H
othor parts of the country who are H
yot to be tried, you can sec why the lll
Olympic committee feels confident ll
that the United States will continue to
maintain supremacy In track and
field athletics at tho coming Antwerp
St. Paul 6 9 4
Indianapolis ....4 11 1
Batteries': Merrltt, Williams and
Hargravo; Pettcr and Jones.
Milwaukee 6 0
Louisville . 2 5 2
Schulz and Gaston; Wright, Dccatut
R. H. B.
Kansas City 5 12 3
Columbus 4 9 0
Batteries: Horstman, Tuoro and
Brock; George, Mulrennan and Hart-
R. H. E.
Milwaukee ...6 12 3
Louisville 5 11 1
! -Batteric3:-"Northfup, Miller and
i Gaston; Graham, Koob and Morclcr.
Tt. II. E.
! Minneapolis 7 11 4
! Toledo 6 0 4 jH
Batteries: James and Mayer; Mc- jH
Coll, Mlddlcton and Murphy.
Sfre Nerves ai&ct Great PSiyslea!
Energy that Help Men to Win I
Come Froist MicSi, Meet Mood I
While Thin, Pale, Watery Blood Without Iron Robs Men of Their Strength and H
Self-confidence and Often Holds Thsm Back From Reaching the Goal of H
Health, Success and Power Physician Explain Why He Prescribes -
Niaxated Iron to Help - H
Make Red Blood Ms Lack of 51011 m the bl00d 1S the stumblin H
And Give Stamina, Power and Endur- Cy block that triPs many a man at the crucial H
ance It Often Increases the Strength 'fijr point in his career and leaves him a trem
of Weak, Nervous, Rim-Down People ?l bling, nervous weakling, lagging behind
in Two Weeks' Time Arn" v the stron&j vigorous man who keeps 1
There aro thousands of men of 40 isL AfcrN. Ws blood filled with health-giving, 1
and 50 years of age who can look back yMjHMiwX strength building iron the kind of
to younger years when they seemed tuJWJB 5 fa man luxated H
be on the road to success yet who to- ?an 11 , e.U
day are nervous wrecks, business fail- tmjmlifS Iron h e 1 p S to H
ures and physical and mental i$wff iMSMW' mako.
v.-eakliugs, all through a lack (MhK'WMslmMM X-oN 1
y'ys iir0"ilr red 11 ' F,nt',. I
overnwitlW ijil' Hm! Irtk H
realnchlev If ?fflSi SPffilftlft ' I
r'brcS j ' iipraSj fflf ifSP Pfvj'' I
body'caUhhwhlchCcSe5 A'ffiwV&Fii feffejHlllll. I
defiance to disease and iI IfS -MlW I
lmvorno clVconfldcnco! hick MrtMJ0fM Wilu W'ldff ' m'9 ' H
Initiative and Imaglno UtffffflflMlM 7Ml, li Ml M H
thoy suffer from all oorts iSHffi Ml sl&MWm H
of dread allmcnta under- .W&ffimffflfflA &Mi MlWv I M$PiL H
ko a romarknblo trans- JM$m.7WW& ftVfl H JHU M M RfelSfe H
fgiroatloji thoraomont 0'5 'SW , 'Sif 1 l
creaBcdl0afrenglh.G,cnergj' WJ'MM SwflM ffjalll fell 'I
and endurance. Their lrn- U tffljfiB lift v RslTj?? WffcS '
agincd ilia arc forgotten, thoy WMI W A Wm IsIlWv H
Kaln physical polso nnd fit- iftiffM Ml I'l 1$ W M iH
nosn. mental alertness and iwimj WnJllUO NywW'rik trliSiv 'H
greater power to combat ob- B'tfffln nfiflfilf nUIvk il
fltacles or withstand sovero ififjrj MUlW r-U5v 3MMfii!!
Btralns. But to take h ffflfflunH iflw ife ViSTlTaf nvJiC
wrong form of Iron i ?i imm rfffTA. Hf L'S XlLW7 K1T& '1
may provo worso 'Kh'" vV?it5' 7TO?f -- mllH Tfltibr H
than useless eo ZS&MttWr zjL?BS 05?f jIVKS sl'tf fH
that If you aro M, AfK OTW
weak, nervous nnd JZJSA Vf
run down. If you jli"" "St. UTPDM 1SV v build s t r o n s or.
lack soir reliance J- J11 'tealthler men and
?eXrfu,COUorfaal,ureo T tliB B0DJk Trablc't I
nnd not winning 5 x"iZ5$Z -e.s. . JfS. tor able to
tho best prizes of life you owo It to
yourself to find out why phvlslans
bolow prescribe only orpnnic Iron'
luxated Iron to holp build rich, red
blood and thereby produco rrcatcr
physical and mental power and that
dominant energy so necessary to suc
ceoss and Impplnoss.
"It la tho mon of blood and Iron who
are towers of strength nnd mastors of
clrcumstnncos," snys Dr. James Fran
cln Sulllvnn, formerly physician, of
Bellovuo Hospital (Outdoor rJopt.),
New York, nnd tho Wcstchostor Coun
ty Hospital, In commenting upon tho
relation of sound norvoa and physlcnl
endurance to tho nttalnmont of suc
cess nnd povtr. "I3vvy koon, aotlvo
miccosaful jAnn and woman of today
j-ocopnlzos lhat a pound, stronir body In
tho basis of all nU nehlovotnent and
tloy loavo no otono unturned to adfn
miard tholr honlth, Iack of Iron In
thu blood not only nuihna u man a
physical und montal woukllnir, but It
'Uf'MLiV 1 l-'w-.JgJwt-'"'vt'J.".l'"V-fJ'?ff!gltW
,7 P h y s I cally
moot the f
p.vkiiGins of ever'-day life. I believe '
Unit physicians should, at every op- J
portunlty, proscribe organic Iron ,
Nuxatcd Iron for In my cxporlenco ,
It In one of tho best tonic and rod :
blood bulldora known to medical scl-
jranufneturors' Note: Nuxatcd Iron
which has boon prescribed by theso
physicians with such surprising rc
suits, is not a sccrot voinody but ono
which Is well known to druggists ov
orj'whoro. Unllko tho older inorganic
Iron products. It Is easily assimilated,
dooa not injure tho teeth, nor upset
tho stomach, Tho manufacturers guur
antco successful and entirely satlsfnc
lory rosulto or thoy will refund your
money, It la dispensed In this city
by A. R, JVIcInytro Drug Co., and all
othor druggists. , 1