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H THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 11, 1920
I LATE NEWS IN THE WORLD OF SPORT
1 PITTSBURG NABS
Y I Boston and Cincinnati Split
flm Even on Twin Event in
hH PITTSBURGH July 10. (National )
Philadelphia won both games of ;o-
t day's double header With Pittsburgh.
the first by a xenre of 8 to 7 in 11
innlnxs, and the i Ond, 3 to 1. Pltts-
hurKh took an early IMd In the ilrst
i Same, but Philadelphia tied the score.
If ,nnd in the inn me visiiore pui
lM the Winning run on Williams' hit, an
ut. a stolen bane and a wild throw.
Hubbell outpltehed Ponder In the sec
ond game Score first same.
R. H. j.
Philadelphia 5 J u
Batteries: Cauaey, Gallia. Kixe.
Meadows and Wheat, Wltherow; Ham
ilton, Cooper and Schmidt,
i Second garni- THE
Philadelphia ... 3 $ 1
Batteries Hubbell and Wltherow;
Ponder and Haeffner.
CHICAGO, July 10. ( National.)
New York batted Martin off the alaOl
with only one out In the flrt Inning
today, hit Carter hard In the second ,
p v round and won an easy victory, S to
mF" C G Nehf held the Cuba for four In
nings but in the fifth, errors oy
Voung and Bancroft upset him and I ne
passed two men which with two hits
WmW vent in four Chicago rur.s. The rahy
nfl ended with a sensational play i
mfk Doyle. Score p. H E.
M jr . i Mi' ego . '' . I
mhr Batteries; Hehf and Smith Martin.
AM j Carter, Hendrix and O'Farrelf.
V CINCINNATI J u lj 10 -(National;
Boston and Cincinnati divided u
double header here today Oeschger
pitched Strongly in the first same ai
A lowing the ohampiOna only three hits.
1 Boston Winning 1 to ". Luque also
pitched well, Boston b "nK Its on.
rl)n on n triple b) Powell and n wild
jmM Pil h Th Reds won the second game,
flH 5 to 2, bv hitting Scott freely In tin
SB early Innings, while Ring h-dd the
jKM 'visitors well in check Captain Groh
SH of the Reds was put off the field for
disputing a decision by Umpire Mora
fflH in the firat game Score:
$fl First same
. jYW R. H. B
Boston 1 I
Cincinnati 0 3 "
tjcjlM Batteries: Oeschger and O Nem,
HjH Luque. Eller and Wlngo.
UHH Second game
Cincinnati ..5 10 n
WWT" Batteries. Scott Ears and Gowdy .
O'Neill; Ring .and Wingo.
ST LOCI? July 1". (National
Brooklyn defeated SI Louis 7 to 2, In
rVph the first game of a scheduled double -
header here today, driving Goodwin
'L1 w from the box In the seventh. Play wus
held up for two hours on account ot
Jfc rain which started In the sixth in
ning. The econd game was posi-
jH Brooklvn " 13
fSM Batteries: Pfeffer and Krueger;
Ml Goodwin. Bherdel and Dllhoeter.
I1 MAN o' WAR MAKES
NEW U. S. RECORD IN
j RACE AT AQUEDUCT
NEW YORK. July 10 Man
o'War, the Glen Riddle farm's
JKR?! champion three-year-old, made a J
KWiS new American record in winning
tMH the Dwyer stakes at 1 Vfc miles,
. .v over the Aqueduct race track to-
jljjB day. Ho r.m the distant.- in
C9U 1.49 4-5 or one-fifth of a second
CfifjO better than the previous record
HPflF made by Borrow.
CHESS WASTERS' TOURNEY
HEADED BY NEW YORKER
ATLANTIC CITY, N. I . July 10.
HgB Charles Jaffe of New York went into
H the lead in the third round of the
H chess masters' tournament hero today
tVAK with a total of 2 4 points won and
IHjl half a point loss. Jaffe won his game
KK9 from George G. Ne-ldich of Corn II
university, while S MlotkOWBki of Los
Angeles, drew with A. T Sharp of
KwXV Philadelphia The contest between
Prank J Marshall. I nited Stated
, hamplon, and E s Jackson of Phila
delphia, wns adjourhed.
BATES DEFEATS FRANKLIN
IN CHICAGO NET MEET
n3 CHICAGO! Jul' 10. Wallace Bates.
3 Ot Berkeley, Cal., today defeuted A. M.
pV Franklin, of Chicago, in a second
KMk round match at the opening of the
lr ..j tenth annual national claj COUrt tei -
gall ' nlS championships on the South Side
OTMlj Tennis Club courts. The score was
Mgy t;-i. 6-o.
ffSIJ liates drew a bye In the first round.
3l A. Llpman, a Chicago high school
If player won from 0 P. Geigcr, ot M.
SfcSIl U W r:l Palls. N. Y . 6-1, 6-1. in the first
TO EW BiS
Babe Ruth Gets Twenty-sixth
Home Run in Yesterday's
WASHINGTON. July 1 (Ameri
can.) Cleveland and Washington split
oven In today's double header, the
visitors taking the first game 7 to Z ,
and the home team winning the see-(
mid 2 to 1. Displeasure of the crown;
over Umpire Chilli decision was so
marked that he was rIoii a pol.ee
guard on leaving the field at the close
of the second game. Scores first
R II E.
Cleveland 712 2
I Washington , - c
R H. E.
Cleveland 1 H 1
Washington 2 8 o
Batteries Bagby and O'Neill. Shaw
BOSTON. July 10. (American I
St Louis knocked Jones out of the
box today and defeated Boston 0 to :'
i Sothoron was effective. Gedeon Sta
ler. Jacobsen and Williams made 1"
hiis for a total of 1R bases. S' ore:
R H K.
St. Louis 0 1" 3
Boston 2 7 0
Batteries. Sothoron and Severcld.
Jones Karr and William?
NEW YORK July.( American)
New York defeated Detroit 7 t c m
ten Innings today. Nn New York's
half of the tenfi the bases were
filled with one out and Bodie scored
ih- winning i un on PecklnpaUgh'S BS -rif!ce
fly Ruth made his 2th home
run of the season. Score:
R. H B.
Detroit $ J; 2
V-v.' Vr.rlr 1
Batteries: DauBS Leonard and Stan
age; Thormahlen Maya -Tiid Hannah
PHILADELPHIA. July 1" (ArilSr
: jr.in -i-Paber held the Athletics to
five hits and Chicago scored a ShUt
I out 6 t" ft- Heavy slugging by Ed.
j Collins Jackson and Pelscli was re
sponsible for the Chicago scoring
I Walker's one hand runninc CntCB pi
Eelsch's liner In the fouith was the
fielding feature. Score: R H B
Chicago I x5 ;
Philadelphia 0 t .
Batteries Faber and Schalk; Nayloi.
Rommel and Perkins.
Pacific Coast League
SAN FRANCISCO. July 10
Score R . E
Sacramento 11 'J
Sun Francisco 2 6 0
Batteries: Mails and Cady; Jordan,
Lev.is, McQuaid and Yelle
SEATTLE. July 10.
Score . R H. E.
Oakland 3 7 0
Seattle 5 11 1
Batteries Kremei and borraan,
Schorr. Brcnton and . dams.
LuS ASGELFS, July 10.
Score: l'- H K
Salt Lake 6 10 1
Los Angeles 7 f 3
Batterlea Bromley. Thurston and
Byler; Keating and Lapun.
PORTLAND. July 10.
ernon 3 11 0
Portland 2 0
Battorles: Shellcnback and Devor
iner; Sutherland and Tobin
NAVAL OFFICER FIRST IN
OLYMPIC SWhvi "I RIALS
CHICAGO. July 10. Lieutenant M.
J. McDcrmott, of tho United States,
navy, todaj won tho 200-mc-tcr breast
stroke SWlm In the national trials fori
'the American Olympic team, covering
jthe distance in 3:14. J. Howell, of
;the Los Angeles Athletic club, was;
second, and G H. Taylor, of the Chi
cago Athletic association, was third
i There were nine starters.
Duke Kahanamaku, of Hawaii, won
the- 100-yard free style swim in 66
seconds; P Kealoha, Of Hawaii, was
second. Norman Koss, of ihe Illinois
Ai C. third, unci J. K Glim an. United
States navy, fouith.
E. T- Bolden. of the Illinois A, C
was first In the one-mile free style!
swim His time was 6:26. Ludy
Lunger, of Hawaii, was second; A. V.
Kaehe, Culled States navy, third, L-o
jGlebel, New York Athletic club, I
WORLD'S SWIM RECORD
SHATTERED BY WOMAN
NEW YORK. July 10 A world 'S
record of one minute 13 3-5 seconds
for tho women's 100-meter free style I
swim, outdoors, was set today by Eth-,
elda Blelbtrey, of the New York wom
en's swimming association in the'
Olympic final tryout ut Manhattan
Her time bettered Ihe record of I
1:16 1-6 held jointly by Fanny Durack
of Australia, and Charlotte Boyle ofj
the women's swimming association,
and Is 7 1-5 seconds faster than the I
Olympic record for the event made by
Mlns Durack at Stockholm In 1912.
Ogclen Trap Star Doing Great
Shooting in the
G L. Becker Ogdcn trap star, ia
Showing a world of class in the east
according to word received here
; Becker, while competing nt French ,
'Lick totaled B SCOTS of 601 In 625 at-;
I tempts, while in a recent meet al Mln
neapolls ho registered 676 out of aj
I possible 700 chances.
He won the doubles at Minneapolis
With a total of 87 out of 100 targets.,
At ihe South Shore "ountry club at
I Chicago last week Beckei totaled 284 1
I out of a possible 800 In the singles
(and won the doubles with a score of,
2 1 out of a possible 2 1
Becker will return to isrden about I
July 16, according i" the information I
received Th-- Rotarx club wire match
with the Detroit Rotary club Will be!
held on Becker's return.
Famous Quartet of Baseball'
Already Holds List of
Where does Lee BffagSC stand now!
with reference to baseballs blacklist.'
or roster of blackslfc-ep '.' Having been'
let out by the Chicago """ubs, then!
proven to have been implicated In K
gambling deul h-reby games were!
to have been "thrown ' the former1
American and Nat'onal league star Is
now out of baseball for all limes, as(
far as the organisation is concerned
but he has 'not as yet been added to
Ihe list of former Loulsvllb players!
w no were uiacKiisicci naCK in LB If .
Docs Magee belong with that fam
lous quartet James Devlin W 1 1
Carter A. H. Nicholas, and G W
'Hall or has he proven his Innocence
'without proving a salary claim against
the Chicago Nationals. The ultimate
classification to be tendered Magec is
claiming the attentions of those stud
ents who have followed baseball's
march from obscurity to Its place
.among toe really big business Institu
tions of the present day.
I Magee was not proven to have
I "Thrown" games, exactlj He ad
mitted his implication. Ills implica
tion was evidently sufficient to war
rant the court In ruling against his
salary claim, but no action was taken
regarding his reinstatement, and Ma
; - has not sought a distinct ruling
on this particular phase of tho case.
Undoubtedly Magee a experience will
rebound to tho credit of baseball It
has had a glorious procession down
through the years from 1876, when the
first rule against gambling was written
and adopted by the magnates of the
their National League of Baseball
clubs. Since 1876, Magee is only the
fifth player to become entangled In the
gambling net in connection with base
ball, as against a record of thousands
I Of young men of character who have
BerVOd their time on the diamond then
passed away on to win sue, ess In other
The .statu.- of II, I Chase is another
ticklish problem for the statisticians of
the national games. Chase quit the
game this year, but would he be per
mitted to resume play, or would he
too be awarded the dusky cross and
have Ihe bars of baseball raised before
him Is baseball's blacklist made up
of four, five or six names?
Brigham Wins Over
HONFYVILLE. July 10. Brlgham
City staged a ninth inning rally here
yesterday and managed to nose out
the locals in a well-played game, the
count being r to 4. Ston for the visi
tors, made short work of the game In
the ninth by slamming out a homer
With two on.
Score: R. H E
Brlgham City 5 10 6
Honeyville 4 6 tl
Batteries Dewey, llunsacker and
White. Smith, Keller and Stone
Bountiful Loses to
. BOUNTIFUL. July 1 0. Tremonton-I
Garland won a snappj game from thej
locals hore today, the score bolng 5
tp 1. Lund, on the alab for the lo-1
cala. was accorded poor support, but
twirled pood ball. Christ lar:son, on'
the slab for the visitors, held the lo
cals to four hits.
Score: R, 11 E.
Tremonton-Garland 6 9 2
Bountiful l 4 3
Batteries: Chrlstlanson and Leon
ard; Lund and Roberts. j
Yale best in
minor sports; ,
harvard in big
(By International News Service)
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., July 10.
While Yale has had the big
edge on Harvard in minor
sports this season, the Crimson,
by virtue of its crew and base
ball victories, jumps well to the
fore in the bio; pastimes.
Harvard annexed the football
matinee last fall and added the
hockey title during the winter.
Yale pounced on the trac' title
for the first and last of its ma
jor sport wins.
Both the lawn tennis and golf
matches went to Yale a few
weeks ago, but Harvard won
the lacrosse game by one
goal. Yale's cross-country run
ners were also successful. In
the fencing meet, Harvard had 1
won one more match than Yale.
Following is the list of ath-
letic competitions between these
great rivals for the season 1919
;20: Football Harvard won, 10 to
3. Varsity crew Harvard,
23.11, Yale 23 46. Baseball
Harvard 4 to 1, Yale 4 to 2,
! Harvard 6 to 3. Track Yale
! 84 1-2, Harvard 32 1-2. Hockey
j Harvard 5 to 4 ; Harvard 3 to
0.- Cross-country Yale 16 to
62. Swimming Yale 44 to 9.
Tennis Yale 7 to 2. Golf Yale !
6 to 3. Soccer tie. Fencing
Harvard 5 to 4 Lacrosse Har
vard 4 to 3 Gymnastics Yale
37 to 17. Wrestling Yale 16 to
9. Rifle shooting Harvard 975
to 963. B. A. A. relay Yale
7 17 3-5. Squash Yale 6 to 0
POP GEERS DEAN
: OF ALLOREVERS
Another Veteran in Harness
Race Game Is Millard
Ed (Pop) Geers is the de.-in of
I American harness horse drivers, and
j each season as he returns to the sulkv
racing fans follow him dally and take
pride in each of the "old Man's vlc
I lories. This season Geers will proba
bly have his usual list of followers,
but there will bo another veteran in
i the competition In Millard Saunders.
! that aged but astute trainer and
j teamster who drove the first mile In
I two minutes the American turf ever)
knew. Saunders teamed Lou Dillon
a mile in 2:00 on August 24. 1903, and
Queen a mile In 1 58 1-2, a world's
j record for mares that still stands The
. record has been beaten by one geldlnir.
and one stallion. L'hlan tfot the geld
, ing mark with 1 ".s while Lee Ax
I worthy got the stallion mark with
1 68 1-4.
j Millard Saunders may not be as well
; known to the younger generation of
harness fans as Geers but tho old
guard of followers will readily recall
i his great work with Clinkstone bacK
I In 1 S 8 2 when this trotter reeled off
la mile In 2:14 for a Championship,
land In 18S9 when the greater trotter
I Guy turned a mile in 2 08 3-4 a re
markable performance at that period.
I Saunders has celebrated his 68th
birthday. After a few years of retire
ment he could stand It no longer and
I accepted an engagement to train
youngsters. He Is entered In all tho
stakes down the Grand .Circuit, and
his ability to get the best out of young
trotters Is expected to lan dhim with
the best drivers of the 1920 campaign.
"I retired from the sport for a few
years to rest up." said Saunders, "but
while In retirement 1 kept In close
touch with the game and with the
breeding industry. Horses are horses,
and while they are breeding them bet
ter and faster now than over before. I
believe the same principles hold good!
In training today that held good d
quartsr of a century ago. I don't in
tend to alter my general system or
training, although I may be obliged to
find new wrinkles to suit individual
cases " Saunders is much more nr
tlve than many men twenty years
younger He lias excellent eyesight
and hiarlng, and each day does a cer
tain amount of manual labor Just to
. - nn
MEDF0RD TENNIS STAR
WINS NORTHWEST TITLE
STANCOdVERj B C. July 10 1L
Chandler Kgan, Medford, Oregon, won
the 1'aclflc northwest golf associa
tion's amateur championship here
this afternoon when he defeated Ru
dolph Wllhelm. Portland, Oregon, 1
up and 1 to go In a 36 hole titular
Clinch Pennant in Wasatch
League By Taking
3 to 2 Game
i Special Dispatch.)
bAYTOy, Jul. 10. In one of tho
fastest ami hardest-fouht contests
eer staged on the local diamond, Lay
jlon nosed out Ogdeu by one run In
the last half of the ninth inning, tak
ing the contest by a 3 to 2 score.
It was a pitchers' battle, with excel
lent fielding to back them up, Layton
playing errorless ball, while Ugden
I was charged with two errors, one
I against Davidson and one against
I French when ho made an overthrow
ItsJ the home plate v
Ugden had an excellent chance In
the that Inning, when a walk and two
Well-placed bunts filled the cushions
j l.utterfleid played a Mule too far off
second and was cuught and French
Joineu him on the bench on an at
tempted steal home. Miller then took
i ihre-e healthy swings at uie- atmos
j phere and the- chance of scoring went
Lay Ion was retired in one, two,
1 1 i. e. order in the thud, fourth, fifth,
SlXtb and seventh innings and Ogden
was handed the sum in the fifth
sixth, seventh and eighth.
In Layton s last half of the ninth,
S. Adams connected with one which
sailed over the wire fence in right
field French tore after same ntl
could have qualified for the Olympic
games by his running Jump over the
icnco and four-foot ditch beside It.
The ball accommodated Layton by
hiding under a beet leaf und the few
seconds necessary to locate It enabled
'Adams to bring up safe on third Mann
then poled a single, scoring Adams
and the game ended there.
A crowd of about 700 fans witnessed
the contest and there were several
hundred sighs of ndief when Adams
crossed tho home rubber in the ninth.
Layton, in winning, cinched the
1920 gonfalon in the Wasatch league.
AB. R. II. E.
French, el 2 o o l
Butterfleld, 3b 4 o 2 o
iBchults, ss 3 l l 0
.Miller, c 4 1 1 0
Davldsoni 2b 3 0 0 l
Ivaefer. lb 2 0 0 0
Myers, If 3 0 0 0
Reardon, rf 3 0 l o
Shipley, p 3 0 0 0
Total 27 2 6 2
AB. R. H E
N, Adams, ss 1 1 0 0
G. Adams, lb 3 0 0 0
Horstadt, cf 4 1 1 0
S. Adams. 2b 4 1 1 0
Mann, c 4 0 1 0
Garrett. 3b 3 0 0 0
Warner, If 3 0 0 0
Simmons, if 3 0 2 0
Williams, p 2 0 0 0
Total 27 3 6 0
Score by Innings
' gdcn 000 200 000 2
Layton 200 000 001 3
Summary. Three-base "nit S Ad
ams. Two-base hit Miller. Stolen
bases Ogden. 1. Layton, 1. Base on
balls Williams. 2. Shipley. 2. Hit by
pitcher None. Struck out Williams.
8, Shipley. 2 Time of game 1:40.
MAKE FAST TIE
IN CIRCjJIT RACE
Single G. Captures Feature of
Getaway Card on the North
CLEVELAND, July 10. Stepping
the fastest two miles of the year on
the grand circuit. 2:014 and 2.02,
Single G won the free-for-all pace,
feature of the getaway card at North
Randall track today front six of the
best pacers in training. It was the
second time Ed Allen had driven the
. t i Jin horse first In the event In
throe years. In tho first heat Tommy
Murphy took Sanardo out In front at
the start and set a dizzy pace to the
head of the stretch with Single G In
second place Here Alb n took Single
G to the front and Grace Direct, the
favorite, nnd lxiule Orattan moved up
Sanardo tired fast and Just lasted to
beat erlle Patchen for fourth place.
In tho second heat Grace Direct
set the pace with Single G laying close
up until the seven-eighths pole, where
Single G came on and won rather eas
ily. Gladys B was third.
The 2:0C class pacing resulted in the
first split heat race of tho year. Tho
third heat and the race-off heat and
the race went to Royal Earl with Es
ther R. who had won the first heat,
second, in the last three miles.
Petor 1, the favorite, won the 2:10
class trotting In straight heats.
SOUTHERN ASSOCIA1 ion
At Atlanta, 1; New Orleans, 0.
At Birmingham, 4-0; Mobile, 1-6.
At Memphis, ii ; Chattanooga. 3.
At Nashville. 4; Little Rock. 13
OGDEN IN HIGH I
IN WIG MEET
Richards Wins Discus Throw,
Competitor Shatters His
Old All-round Mark
NEW TORK, July 10. A new
American record for the national de
cathlon competition 7.022 points
Was established today In Ihe Olympic
final tryout by Brutus Hamilton of the
University of Missouri. The former
record of G.85S was made by A. W.
Richards of Ogden, Utah, at San Fran
cisco in 191.1.
Hamilton, who won the national
pentathlon championship here lai
Sunday, led a field of 17 contestanls In
the decathlon tryout at Travers Island
Everett I.. Bradley, University of
Kansas, who finished second in today's
I test, also beat the former record With
la point score of 6865.
SIX MORI IN M Ks
Following are thu next six bailers in
today's contest with their point scores
j Robert l.egcndre. Georgetown Uni
versity, 6 387.
Ilnrrv Ooollf-s lilt.,,-.;., r -"v,i
Lieutenant Eugene L. Vblal. U. S A..
Camp Humphreys, Va., 6430
Everett Ellis, Syracuse University
William Yount, JLos Angeles A. C,
California. '06 4.
I H A Jewett. Cornell University,
RICHARDS' sit INCOMPLETE
A. W Richards competed in seven
of the decathlon events but scored
points only in six of them. He dis
placed an obstacle with his hand in
'the 110 meter hurdle race and dis
qualified himself In that event In
the discus throw he finish) d first With
i a heave of 126 feet 7 1-J inches and
then retired when bis point total was
l-'L'". Lcgcndre finlphed second In the
discus with 120 feet -l 1-2 Inches
I Yount won the hurdles In 15 4-5 sec
onds. Hamilton was high man in the
pole vault with II lcei 8 Inches.
Bradley was best In the javelin
throw with 155 feet 8 1-2 Inches and
Lieutenant Yldal's time 4.30 3-5 was
by far the best. In the 1,600 meter
In addition to the decathlon, there
I were two other Olympic tryouts the
national 3000 meter steeple-chase and
the 10,000 meter walk The chase was
W,on by I J. Flynn, PaUliSI A. C. New
: York, who covered the distance in
j Joseph Pcnrman won the 10 000
mct.T walk In 19:08 after William
Plant, national champion had dropped
out within three laps of th-- finish
Plant fell on the track from heat pros
tration, but It is understood he Will be
8 member of the American team of
walkers who will he sent to compete
! at Antwerp
BEES LOSE GAME
Affarently Sure Trifle Hit Dis
sapomts as Shacker Suffers
LOS ANGELES. July 10 But for a
serious accident which befell the Bees
In the eighth inning of today's game,
the ball game might still be in pro
gress. In that inning Shacker Mag
gart knocked a mighty drive to right
but In rounding first he apparently
turned his ankle, and when he- arrived
at second he dropped in his tracks.
The. hit looked like a certain triple at
least. As the next batsman hit a long
fly to right, the Bees would have tied
As It was, the Angels won the game
7 to 6.
The Bees put on a couple of rallies
(hat made things interesting for the
angels but they couldn't kulte reach.
Jack Bromley started for the visitors
but he lacked control and was also
j peppered numerously. Hollls Thurs
, ton replaced Bromley, but the young
ster was unable to hold tho local bust
ers, and It was he who lost the game
when the Angels put across a run In
the seventh after the Bees had tied
the sc ore In their half.
Ray Keating was hit freely, but
managed to last through.
The Angels after making one in the
first inning, shot their tocal up to four
;wlth three In the second. In which In
ining the bases were full practically all
I the time
The first of Ihe Bee rallies came in
(the third when they made three runs,
two being due to Johnson s single and
the other to a sacraflec fly.
With the bases full in the fourth.
Rollls Zelder's hit brought In two.
At the beginning of the seventh the
score was 6 to 3 in favor of the home
towners, and when the first half was
over the score was tied at 6 all. The
Bees' three runs In that period were
due to four hits In eluding doubles by
Krug and Hood and singles by Shei ly
The Angales won Iho game in their
half of the seventh on State's single
a sacrifice and Crawford's double.
Earl Sheely had the? unusual experi
enee of being thrice hit with pitched
LOANS His KELLY
TOLEDO Manager Bresn ahan has
loaned Catcher Mike Kelly to the
Columbus Tinks for the remainder of
the season. Mike ho.s had arm trouble.
BOBS GREAT ARM
NEW YORK Bob MeUSOl, known
chlefl as a hitter for the Yank; , alSO
has a wonderful throwing arm. He
says he has never yet thrown us
swiftly as he thinks he could.
I TOOTS AND CASPER An Accomodating Janitor Costs Casper All of Ten Bucks By j. . MURPHY
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BIG SPORT CARD I
ON PIONEER DAY
Carnival of Athletic Events to
Be Staged At Lagoon f
Race Track I
Sport lovers will have a chance to H
witness a firm class card of athletic H
events at the Iaoon Race Tr.u k
July 24 according to an announce- H
ment made here yesterday; The card
of events will Include a champion-
nhip Wrestling match, five champion- H
shljj motorcyc le races, a battle royal.
15 rounds of fighting, races for the
men. women and children and other H
featur. which will bo announced - I
The wrestllnrr match will be one
of the best of the ear according to H
tho elope sheet and should lie one of H
the thrillers on the card. Jack Har- H
bertson, Ogden pride, and recognized H
as ono of the greatest light heavies in H
the game, has been signed to meet K H
(). Romonnff In a best two In three H
fall finish match. Romanoff Is on,. H
uroi iin.il in Aiinaieii unn naa rne-i H
such men as Steelier. Caddock. Bull H
Montana, Sam elapham, Liementral. H
and In fact the world's greatest. H H
Is known from orn ,.,.,! ,,( th- ulohc. H
to the other as the man of 10(ji holds. H
He is now 1,1 Nebraska but will be on J
deek for his match. H
The race track at Lagoon will be- H
put into first class shape and twelve
of the world's greatest riders will bo
seen In action in thrilling race Tim
men are all professional riders and
should give fans of Utah a tree I H
They will contest for honors In ihe
three, five, ten and f Ifteen-mlle H
events. A special amateur nice lor
riders of Salt Lake und Ogden will
also be staged while a sixth motor tea
ture will be a side classic. This event
three miles. H
Al Ward, one of the world's great- H
est dirt track riders, and a former H
amateur champion of the world, now H
riding an Indian, Is one of the men H
who will be seen in action in the pro
fcsslonal Burns and Walker, two of the
greatest riders in America today, win
ners at the recent national champion
Bhlps Will alSO compete H
Arrangements are under way for
aeroplane- stunts as other features but
these plans as yet have not matured.
Such men as Fred Whlttler, Ray Peck, H
Larry Fllckenstejn, Ron Claflin. H
"Buzz ' Woltcr.-, Marty Graves and H
others will be on hand to give the H
motor hues an idea of the meaning of
the word speed. H
One of the.- world's greatest fighters
will be pitted against a logical op- H
ponei-.t in a 16 -round scrap the names
of the two boxers to be made public
next week. This event will be to S H
A battle royal with six colored lads H
in the ring win be one of the features H
The men have all boon signed and H
should put up a stubborn fight. Be- H
tween the features races for men,
women und children will be staged
with cash prizes for the winners. H
Arrangements are being made for
the handling of a record crowd. F.U
cial car service on all railroads ta, H
tTing Farmlngton will be on th.n
schedule and automobiles to the CX i
tent of 750 can be parked with eaae. H
Dutch Soccer Teams H
to Meet at Lagoon H
The Ogden and Salt Lake Holland
soccer teams will clash, for honors at H
Lagoon July 15, according to word
given out here yesterday, the winning
team to vie for honors with the Eng- H
lish team at the same resort on Au- H
Britannic day this year will be a H
record breaker for stunts, according to
those in charge and prizes for winners
of the various events scheduled will J
be awarded Ogdcn and Salt Lako H
Hrltaln represiMitatives will be in at-
EQUALS WORLD'S RECORD
FIR THE 100-METER DASH
NEW YORK, July 10. The world's'
record of 10 3-5 seconds for the 100 H
meter dash was equalled here today
by Charles Paddock of the University H
of Southern California in competition. H
with a field of noted sprinters, at a H
meet of the 10jth infantry post, H
American Legion. Unlike D. F. Lip-
plncott, an American runner, who H
set the record in 1911 on a cinder H
track. Paddock's performance was on H
RAIN POSTPONES GAMES
IN CENTRAL STATES MEET I
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. July 10. Rain this
afternoon caused the postponement of H
the men's singles and doubles finals H
in the central slates tennis tourna- H
ment being played here. The matches H
will be played tomorrow. H
Roland Hocrr, of this city, will meet 1
Roland Roberts, of San Francisco, in H
the singles, and F O. Jostcs and Theo- 1
doro Drew es. St Louis, will play Ar- H
thur Von Reppert, St. Louis, and Har- 1
old Bartel, Cleveland, in the doubl. s. B
South Weber Wins
Over Huntsville 19-10
South Weber won a one-sided base
hall contest from the Huntsville ag-
jgregatlon of the Weber County Farm H
Bureau leuguc at South Weber yester-
day aftei toon, the score being 19 to
10. A cateh by Poll, left-fleldcr of"
tin- South Weber aggregation, was one H
I of the features of the game. iflH
Score: R. H B. FsH
South Weber 19 21 3 jl
I Huntsville 10 12 2 flH
Hjttteri.'S Fernetlus and Warner. F
Wright and Smith.
W. L Pet. gfl
Layton 10 1 M m
Trsmonton-Qarland s .1 885 H
c gden .515 pppH
Honeyville 9 .222
Iiountiful 0 1 1 .000 WM
Ogden 2, Layton 3. f
Tremonton-Garland 5. Bountiful 1.
EToneyville 4. Brigham City 5.
el i h
l . BR AGAIN
BENTtN HARBOR Benny Loon
ard says that the Jack Dempsey who
fought Willard will never get In the
ring again. Benny thinks a fighter SH
attains perfect form but once
M sri K LBRATOR.
Tho primary current should never
bo run through the master vibrator
coil when Ihe secondary circuit Is not
in use. as this will ruin the unlr