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THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. WEDNESDAY, JULY 14. 1920.
II AMERICAN LEAGUE
Standing of Tram-.
W. L. Pet
Cleveland 53 26 .fi7
Now York 58 2s .fi.S4
Chicago 48 29 r,j3
Washington 43 88 ,SM
St. Louis "7 38 .493
Boston 35 39 .173
Detroit 24 50 324
Philadelphia 21 80 21)
Ycstonlav ' Itcsnltfl
Chicago 5 at Washington 3.
Cleveland 4 at Philadelphia 3.
St. Louis 6-2 at New York 1 -Detroit
10 at Boston 4.
II RU 1 5 its
One Hit Given Cleveland But
Its Enough lo Win
NEW FORK, July 18. New York
and St. Louis divided a dounie lie .' r
today, the visiters winning I he f.rst
gm to 4 a:ul the Yankees the
second 7 to 2- Shocker struck out 14
Yankee batten In th rtrsi i-.truf Bab
Ruth struck out five nines out of
lght trips to the plate He got a
single and : passed lWic
K. H. K
St. LoulB S 1
New York 1 s 1
Batteries: Shocker ind Severeld;
Collins. ThormahUn. Shore "nd Han
nah Second game:
R. II K.
St. Louis 2 10 -'
New York " "
Batteries: Wellman and Se-vereJo,:
Mogridge and Buel
I W ASHINGTON, July 13. ChS Igfl
took the opening game or the series
from Washington today 5 to 3. Both
Clcotte and 5ooeh r were hit often,
the visitors winning i bunching their
safeties to hctter advantage Score:
It. H. E
Chicago . . 5 0
Batteries Clcotte and Bchalk;
JSacherv and Garrlty.
PHILADELPHIA, rulj l8,Chap
man's home run. thp nl) hit off Rom
mel! In the 8 t-8 Inning he p.irhpd
won the openine: game of the series
for Cleveland todl 4 to S. K-efe was
hatted out of the bo with one out ki
the first and the "nlji man to v icb
first on RommHi was Chapman v. ho
drew a base on balls in addition to
his home run. Score
R. U. L
Cleveland 4 5 1
Philadelphia 8 0
Batteries: ("aid veil and O'Neill;
Keefe, Rommeii and Perkins.
BOSTON. July 1?. Detroit hit Pen
nock in the fir: I Inning today, forcing
his retirement, and Fortune also w -1
pounded, giving lh visitors a 10 to 4
victory over Bos'on In the opening
game of the series. Klugstead made
three doubles and -i single Score:
R. H. K
Detroit 10 13 0
Boston 4 8 2
Batteries Woodall and Iyeonaid
Pennoek and Walters
IBRIGHAM TEAM TO MEET
BRIGHAM C1TV. July 14. S
Held, champions of the Cache Valie)
l'-ague and I; ic im 'V' of !)..
Wasatch league will lock riorns hen
Friday afternoon In a game which
promtseH to be a thriller C Morgan
will work on the alib
OF NORTHWEST IS DEAD
SEATTLE, July 13. Walter Qrsen
Collins, prominent lumbermuu and
formerly general nuinasor for the Ch
cago. Milwaukee and St. Paul railway,
d'ed at his home here laal night. lie
wus 09 years old. Btrce his gettre
ment from railroad work In 1 !H'0 he
had been Identified with I ho lumber
industry In Minnesota and in the
northwest, being president of the Pa
cific Fir company.
ROOT hiii INDIANS
DETROIT Home love is slipping
away from the Jennings crew uf In
f different t itl-endera Fans root en
thusiastically for visitors. The' like
the "SWeet " tuff of Speaker and (' '" .
GREATEST HORSE IN WORLD FLETCHER1ZES HIS FOOD
LIVES LIKE k KING CARED FOR LIKE A EASY
By LORRY A. JACOBS
N. E A. Staff Correspondent.
NEW YORK July 14. Man o' War
! the greeted racehorse that ovo
I graced a race track. Is a typical New
Yorker That is to tay, lie eats t6(
fast So, in order to break him fron;
such a bad habit, his trainer, Lou;;
Fettatel, conceived ;i.c idea of iiir.kiuje
hlm rat with n Mi in his mouth ar..J
putting chopped hay with his oats
with the result I ha I Han 0 Wat
I Fletcher izea In a very improver
M! i-f which leads up to the fan
that Man o! VNai is carod for like n
kinr Man O" War is trained by Loui
Feustel, one of (he greatest of Hk
younger school, of hors- trainers HI?
personal enretnker Is Fren't LoftUB
on- of the famous LoftUB family, and
Clive Gordon Is on ihe back of i he
Riddle animal during ihe workouts or
the track Practically all of the time
of each is put in wiih ihe famous
AN EARLY BREK"
The, Babe Ruth of the racetrai k h?s
his nirsl meal somewhat Earlier th.'in
you or I at 3.30 In the meriting and
he ceis two and one-half Quarts of
clipped oats, i lived with chipped hav
Then he is allowed to shooKe until
Hi.1- h -in gf s are then removed hi
body maBMged wi'h a hair bnish, the
kink? t;:kn nut of hlf mane and his
face and lios'tTlla washed.
At S:3u he gocs'oin for hffl morning
Spin. Tliree lime? a weelc he is mere
lv allowed lo canter, but on ihe oiher
three he i!-. given a real workout al
pood puces Then conies the rubdown
of alcoltol, arnica and witch haze! His
JACK JOHNSON IS
READY TO SURRENDER
US ANGELES. July 14. Ja'.k
Johnson, former heavyweight cham
pion of the world, and now a fuRiti' e
from ITnlted States Justice at Tla
Juana, Mexico, Is expected return
to the Pn'ted States and : rrcn r
thou: conditions In a rew uas. ac-
cordlng to r. s. pti strict Attorney
Mr Connor said he had just re
ceived a report from a feoVral Inves
tlg.itor that led to this beilef and had
accordingly abandoned hi announced
'm-i .ion of going to Tijuana to make
it peTsohal lne';tiutlon of the situa
tion there n-pardln Johnson.
COMMISSION WON'T INSIST
ON ANSWER TO QUESTIONS
WASHINGTON, Inly La. Repre
sentativas of the oft wood lumber
Industry were told at a conference yes
terday witn the federal trade comnfts-
Olon that pending d.ction in litiga
tion involving the 'ommisslvn's pow
ers, no attempt would be made lo en
force or collect penalties for the re
fusal of any Induatrv to answer the
cmm'sMon'? trade qqestlonnafreo, ln
junr tlons restraining the coramlsolon
from compelling repllc.i 'o be made
Its o u'"si lonnaires haw been Issued in
favor of coal operators and steel companies
STAMPEDE' OF DELEGATES
FOR COX WAS SURPRISE
CHARLESTON, V. . Va., July 13
, Plans had been made to turn the tide
in the Democratic national conven
tion In fa or of John W D.ivls. am
tiasv.iilor to Ore-it Britain, on the 45th
.ballot, had Governor Co failed to bv
nominated on the th. Oovrrnor J. J.
Corn reli declared here today.
These planx, he said, had conic no
plutc.l swlnglriK between 200 and 300
votes to Ambassador Davis on the 45th
ballot and nominat'on on the next.
The "stampede." for Cox on the 44th
ballot, he declared, surprise even
to the Cox forces.
NEW Y0RJS leading American
turfmen are planning a 50.woo derb
for Belmont I'ark next e?r. Joseph
K WLdener itronglf advocates rich
wunil K DAXi ROFT
LOS WfiELES Dick Klnselal.
scOut for th- Giants. looked over
Johnny Mitchell shortstop of the 'er
nOYl Tigers, and opined that the boy
waa a ieconil Dave tiancroft
I' I WEE GEE SAYS
Tenuis reminds me of the war , Y. fSr&ll O
A year or bo ago, zSlsr
The reason for it la because
I It's full of drives, you know. U I
I Tennis reminds me of the war
A year or so ago
The reason for It Is because
It s full of lrle you know.
A jacht Is known us "be,"
I used to wonder h;
But now T know 'cause
The upkeep In so hl(fb
1 The speedier they are,
The handsomer their rig.
With boats as with the girl
f They mak' a fellow ihk
The silver up. representing the
j yachting ehamplon?hlti Is some valu-
1 able bunch of silver, when one figures
..J the amount of money ;hnt has been
spent lo keep It in this countr) anil
i in effor'ts to transfer It lo England
I The America sailed over thi ea
3 back in 1 ft 5 1 and won the cup Since
J then the British have been trving to
. get It back and hava spent fortunes
In building challengers. And plenty
1 of coin had to b Invested In yachts
,1 i fast enough to keep the Blitona from
I J lifting the trophy.
9 ' Cambria tried and failed In 1&70.
j In '76 the f35,000 Countess of Duffeiin
tried It cost 942,000 to race the Ma) -
31 flower In '85. The Volunteer and
Thistle, the 1S87 contestants. -cost 1'".-
3 llJJ each.
Mono reall) began to be spent
when i.orrt runraven got into th
game This was in lso.i and four de
fenders were built that year. The
Igilaal was chosen and It cost $150.
' 'iun to race her. Tho American de
fense I ost s quarter of a million
The Defender cost $200,000 In lfc9.
Sir Thomas Upton spent $500,000 In
, his first attempt to lift the up Th
second Shamrock cost him m-arly half
a million t'onstltution. which saile-l
in the cup's defense cost half that
s.im sir Thomas built the third
Shamrock In 1903 and raced against
Reliance and 'he whole bill was more
than a million.
In 101X it was decided to use yacht
76 feet on the water line for the clip
rnr,-. The cost of racing had gone
beyond reason. Resolute cost $1 20,000
to build. Sir Thomas will put up a
million for his share of this months
races. The New Tork Yacht club will
underwrite a big bill for the trial spins
I the picked crews and the ocean-going
tugs required to pull off the contests.
Therefore. It's easy to Imagine that
.this silver cup represents a king's ran
som Think what it would be worth
et on the dlnlnjr table in the New
I York Tacht club and filled with 12
ear old bourbon. Oh boy
Being the greatest horse i the whole world certainly has Its rctpcnslbil.tles. The blue-blooded turf star livec
like a prima donna of U;c stage. His eyes are as bnlliont. as Ihe stars in a mio'n.Qht cky and his sk'ii like the
velvety sain of a rac;. Samuel D. Rddle of Glen Piddle, Pa., lo the owner of the great three ycr-olti That's him
hold.ng 'hr sil er b t as he admires the biggesi chattel i.i thoroughbreds. Louis Fcustel is chopping up the sweet
scented hay which is mixed in Man o War's mach of on 3. After a gallcp his scur.d, round hoofs arc washed free,
fram every part c!c of d rt His chocs are forged of the b'uest of steel by the most careful of ohoeomlths. Frank
Loftuc is shown in the picture applying the oanciages to the wonder limbs of the horse that has come to be both his
pal ,-nd rcho.on. Surely no baby ever receiveo mere delicate care than M.?n o' War gets. After the mercury footed
colt h.-.d galluped a new world'c record at Eclmor.t Park 2: 14 1-5 for a mile and three furlongs Riddle was hand
ed a blank check and ..eked to write in his. own figures for his champion colt but he returned it without the
quiver of an eyelash
ANTWERP, July 13 America will
have twelve opponents in the bicycle
road race and ten In the VcloJrom
tiaek events In the Olympic games.
Among the contestants will be some
of the best amateur cyclists on this
side of the Atlantic, including Pekrs
the famous Dutchman, who has been
' winning all over Europe
Olympic COmmlftCeS, today an-
I nounced the following nations bad en
tered the Velodrome events tj be held
I August 9 :ind 10
Great Britain, the United Slabs.
'Holland. Dennirk Italy, 80Uth AfriCi.
Canada, Luxemburg, Swit'zerla'nd, Po
land : i r, 1 france
I All of ihen excent Switzerland will
Compete In the 170 kilometer road race
cm August 12. Czecho-Slovakui. Nor-
way and Sweden have entered for the
I road race, but not for the Velodrome
After much confusion due to clerical
'errors it has been finally announced
that the pol'o matches i Ostend w-yi
, be played from July 24 to SI, instead
of the flates In August which were
(announced last woe!: This vUl be the
first time In the history of polo that
, five national teams have engaged in a
, tournament America, Belgium. France
: Great Britain and Spain will be rSpr
I Although the names of her partici
pants hijve not a yet been received,
1 America, according to the Olympic
i-ornmlttee. has alxo entered the arch
ery target events, which will be held
i here from August 3 lo August 8. Oniy
two other nation. Holland and Pre cc
have teams entered for this feature.
With the exception of the executive
i ommlttec and one or two others
bodies charged with arrangements for
i the Olympic game have done very
little up to the present anil now find
; themselves flooded with work and In
confusion Their lack of activity has
been sharply censured by Belgian
BOBBY JONES AGAIN
PROVES GOLFING SKILL
MEMPHIS, Tenn . July 13
low medal score in the tournament
"Bobby" Jones. Atlanta, today won
for the amateur championship of the
.western golf association with 139 for
!the 36 holes. This Is said to be the I
'lowest card ever recorded In a west-!
cm association Qualifying round .
R. E. Bocksnkamp, of st. LouIm.i
Wiih 147 was rounderup and ChlcH
'Evans of hbago, who finished with'
1 50 was third.
Jones negotiated the 18 holes today
in 70, just ono stroke over his record
(breaking play of yesterday Bocken-I
kamp who had 7-.' for the first lSj
holes, took 7S today, while Evans with
a score of 73 to work on had "7.
Pacific Coast League
w iz pc t
Salt Lake 67 40 ;58S
! Vernon 5s 44 .569
j Los Angeles 54 43 .557
Son Francisco Dl 40 .520
j Portland 44 40 189
Seattle 41 54 .432
' Oakland 42 r8 .420
Sacramento .. 40 50 .417
; Salt Lake 5. Portland 0.
Sin Francisco 5. Vernon 1.
Oakland-Los Angeles, postponed,
Seattle team traveling
, The Series.
Portland 0, af Suit Lake 3.
Vernon 1, at San Francisco 5.
laklnnd 0, at Los Angeles 0.
Seattle 0, at Sacramento 0.
Bee Twirler Blanks
SALT LAKE CITY. July 14 Jack
I Bromley heaved a three hit game here
yesterday against the Portlanders win
jnlng In handy fashion by a score of
I 5 to 0 At no tlma during the context
was the big blonde In hot wat-r and
with the locals playing first rate ball
ithe Ictory wa.s assured, Brooks and
Knllio twirled for the Beaers. The
R II i:
I Portland 0 3 0
Salt Lake 5 11 0
Batteries: Brooks, Kalllo and To
j Din . Bromley and Byler.
Seals Take Initial
Contest From Tigers
SAN FRANC SSCO July 14. The
T!k- r-, lost the first game of the series
to the locals here yesterday the count
being 5 to I . Scott on the rubber for
the locals allowed but seven hits. The
EL II. E
Vernon 1 7 Z
San Kranrlsfo 6 11 1
Batteries: Houck. Dell and- De
Vormer; Scott and Agnew.
Ri sli iM. RK61 1 Tg
NEW. YORK. Joly la The finals
of the Olympic wrestling tryouta wero
decided here tonight. The winners
121 pound clasa-Edwln Ackerly.
130 pound class Cie.orge Mctropulus,
154 pound class C. K. Johnson. Irv-
178 pound class P. Bergenbach, Nen
York A. C.
Heavyweight rUfs Max Pendleton,
New York A. C.
I WHAT THEY SAY j
JACK CI" It LEY
Monsieur Jacques Curley defends
Georges 1 irpentler right royally while
tho public is panning him for shoot
Ing dollars into bag Instead of rights
; to the chin He says:
"About the onl crime Georges has
committed since he arrived In America
last March was to fulfill In every de
tail the contracts which were made
before ho left France. He made a
picture and filled his eight weeks tour
of America for me. I never was asso
I elated with oor handled an attraction
I with more pleasure and less trouble.
He more than made good every pro
mise he made. As regards the future,
n member that he has signed to meet
I Battling LeVlnsky. And Georges re
' g.ird.'. n cr.ntract a.s more than a mere
I scrap of paper."
.1 CK KKARNs
That Jack Kcarnsund DsmDSC hold
no III feeling toward the American
1 , Ion is best told In one of their wo '
letters. Kcarns says:
have received letters of con
gratulation from Legion posts and
commanders from all parts of the
country, congratulating us on Demp
scy'g acquittal In the courts. Wo hate
1 every reason to bellevo that a few
Jealous Individuals were at the bot
tom of the whole n,es. When Demp-
1 si y signed his questionnaire he was
supporting his aged father 70 years
Old and lived In a small room with
I the rest of his family. The scant)
f million which filled the room was
unpaid for. Then suddchl) Jnck went
from poverty to sudden riches. Hel
knocked out Eulton and was given a
chance at the title. He made good,!
aa the whole world know.- Now thatj
he Is free again he will give i. a-pentleri
a chance to sign, and If he refuses will
give all American.! who speak up. a
Ono of the lending spoi t critics of
a French Journal explains Cirpentler's
present position as a case of poor
I health. Ho says:
"I am not living In Paris now but
' make a trip there ocacsionaliy. O.i n,y
. last visit, which was shortly before
I Carpentier sailed for America, ostvn
j nlbly to fight Jack Dempse;- I leaine.l
1 that there was' an Incessant rumor f'.:,t
, ho would never fight Dempse) His
'manager, Deschamps, and his phv:
clan, realizing that he woyld nt-ve e
i cover hU pre-war strength and health,
had decided the trip to America
for money purposes onl At first
I placed little credence in auch
a fotd story and olmply wished in m
heart that Carpentier would come
back fast and strong as he was be
fore he enlisted 011 that memorable
July, 1914 after he fought and
whipped Gunboat Smith. If not, hlij
fight with Dsmpssy will be a slauTh
tor. Being a loyal Frenchman, I am
afflicted by tho thought.'
The toatlonal debts of the world ag
gregated, before the war, the sum ofl
'feet are also washed clean and he gets
a second meal nl 11:30, four and one
half quarts of oats and cut hay.
On days v.litn ho ir, not racing he
;gets his final ration at 5.15, five
I quarts of onts and hay, and at 8:30 he
I Is "put to bed." Three times h wees
he geets n tonic n crr-ani of t;rtar, oil
mral and sulphur.
He has his own water bucket and
everything in diB stall it kept ?crupu
WEARS HIS BOOTS
When he goes out Tor a walk, he
wear.-? boots, and. of course, bandages
all of the ilnie when he is not In ac
Hon His 'clothe1; aie tailor made'
especially for him. and if ihe weather
Its cool at night he i.i clothed in wool
ail Instead of soft cotton
Nearest to the colt's heart is Ix,flus.
Man o War i.i not Man o' War to him
hut simply "Red " am! the groat king
I of horses answers readily to Iha.
name He has been taught a number
sf tricks and carries Loft us' hat be
Itween his tordh In regular trick horse
fashion His chief delight, like most
horse's, Is lump of sugar, although; he
sometimes prefers rn orange.
! " Man o' War is the best hatttred
horse I h.ve ever s-n. ns wll as be
1 ing the greatest horse the world ha?
eer known," says Loftus. I hac
yet to see him in a bad humor, and
he's like a hab after winning a race,
he loves ii po."
The champion will never leave thi
Country, accordinr to an announce
mf'tn Jus; made by hjfl owner. Samuel
Riddle, thus assuring the fac( that ho
w ill probably earn 12(10,000 the creat
est winning of nny horse In history
PACER HANGS UP
NEW WORLD'S RECORD
Toi.KDO July IS, -A new world's
tecoril for three year old pacing gold
Ings has bong up at Ihe Fort Sllahll
track this aftirnoon when Blflo urci
ade. tarrying th" colors ot tlie Lon M.C
DonuM s:,-t,ie p.i.efi (he first mile In
2.00,1-4, gutting a Quarter second off
the record held by Tj rect The Work
made at Lelngi-n two years ago.
King Watts, owned by George K
Dudlej of Vounnstow-n. i hlo. anl '
driven h Lon McDonald, won the
Tecumseh, 85 13 trot. $5, 00 stake.
Going away lp the first heat. Driver
Hyde who WSS driving Kllza Dillon
was thrown In a collision and slight!1'
cut about the heid. Calgary Earl won
the 2.07 pace In siraight Ueats while
Charlie Red raptured tho 2.07 trot
nine Grenade won the three year:
old pace In one, two, three order.
YALE MAN VICTOR IN
NEW YORK. July 13 Edward P
Bagan of Vale, and William Spengler
of New York. Lonlght won In the finals
of the Olympic boxing tryouts in the
175 pound and heavyweight classes
respectively, the finals of the other
classic will be decided tomorrow
night Bagan was awarded the Judge's
decision after - lively bout with Ser-
jgeant Ted Scbneldor, l" S. A, while
Spengler member of the Now York
' police club, won 'n the same way
lover Lieut. Sam Stewart, I. S. A.
ARM OF MAN FOUND
NEAR NIAGARA FALLS
NIAGARA FALLS, N Y. July 13.
I The right arm of a man was taken
; from the Niagara river near the (. aria
;dlnn Maid of the Mist landing yester
day. It i. believed to be part of the
body of George C, Stepnens of Bristol,
England, killed Sunday in an attempt
to go over ihe Horseshoe Falls in a
Several tattoo marks were on the
arm, but no one who saw Stephens
here was able to make positive idem I
fication. Finding of the ami revived
hope that the rest of Stephens' body,
might be found. Practically all of
Stephens' death craft has now been,
Standing of i eaina.
i ! n R
Cincinnati I J
Pittsburgh 3 iSfl'i
IjSt. LoUls 10 89 1 6 mi
'Chicago 39 4d .W-t KtWK
. Boston 31 .4 5K - KttM
I'o.) i.lelj. !n 30 45 .400 Ifjri
Yesterday 't Results. MJiS?
Boston I at Pittsburgh 5 fcT
Phitaqflphls 2 at Cincinnati 8. R) jg
Brooklyn 2 at Chicago 3. $
New York 8 at St Louis 4. LB 3'
WILD THROW K
Cincinnati Bunches Hits and
Wins From Philadelphia ?
CHICAGO, JtlU '"--Elliotts throw I
to center field In an attempt to catch ( J oi""':l'
Robertson off second base in ihe ninth m
gave he lo ali twi runs sn'd enabled . a
them to defeat Brooklyn today, to2. 1 ik
h lyn 6 Bt
Chicago S l mmm ''
riea: Cadorr, Mamaux ard F.l- iH;
liott; Alexander and Killefer.
CINCINNATI July 1. Cincinnati fl
bunched hits off Meadows In two in- lkW
rings ioda and won from Phlladel- fflTf'
phta S to 2 VVIngo'a hard hitting w;s J;'
a fe.-xiure. Score Br'k
Philadelphia 2 9 4 Pp-tll'
t'ln innati . & 11 ') JH,
Batteries Meadows and Tr.igesscr. LHv
Ring and 'VVlngn sLnv
PiTTBURGH. Jnlj 13.- Pittsburgh Hfe
madl It two straight from Boston by aaamm
winning today's game 3 to 2. Carlson LLR'
kept the visitors' hits scattered while B
the home team bunched hits with HP
Boston's mlsplay. Score: Hh';
Boston 2 9 i MMmfim'ttia
Pittsburgh 5 11 2 ft'?
Batteries Seotl and Gow j Carl- ! ty
s-'i and Haefner MMM :
ST LOtTS. July 13. New York a -id LUTI
SI Louis engaged In another . xtrn In- Hfif'
nlng rame today, the visitor? winning mk
In Ihe 12th. 6 to 4, when with two
out. Spencer beat out an Infield hit H)
that drove In two runs After St. E
I oul.x to-d the 1 Ighth, mmmml
Barnes tightened up. allowing hut one
hit the rest of ths way. Score lw
New York 6 12 Ej
31 l "Uis 4 11 f
Batlerles Barneii. Snyder and E. '
SmJth: Schupp, North, Scherdell and mYn,
ATSTERN LEAGIE I
CHICAGO. Julj 13 Tho official I
ctandlng of 'he western league IncluJ- ,
Ing games ol Monday JuIJ 12, was an- I tPvl
nounced tonight as follows: , 1,1
' I u" Won Lost M
W ichlta , 4 0 3i I.i
St. Joseph 17 34 'I
Joplln 43 2d HHjft
imaha ,.88 39 U
lUl.lhnmi r-it-. It li WMr V
1 1 Des Moines . 30 41 I-
Sioux City 25 6 I 'llrlS'
SOUTHERN ASSOC LVTIoy
At Atlanta 2, Birmingham 4. '
At New Orleans 4 Mobile 1. i
At Memphis u. Nashville J I
At Little Bock S; Chattanooga 3. k
' " " j
Whanging the agate is the chief
1 pastime of all )i2u ball players. Nevei
j in tho history of the game has the
;horsejjkin been subject to such a steaoy
j treatement of willow and smack.
I The onslaught began In April Skep
tical Individuals said that sooi the
1 would begin to flow in the pitchers'
whips and the fuSUsde gyoiild fade oU-.
I to Its normal morning glory colors.
But the torrent of blows still flows
Ion like an unabated spring fre-.ho;.
To dale there has hen something
I over 267 four-base drives made
'the major league orchards In June)
the crop yield was 142 V.r.. Juh '
WSSS rare old month for the appie I
knockers. Longer hl'n ar- being taped
out than have ever been measured be-
FARMERS HOPE TO . K-j
LESSEN SPECULATION M
ers national sejllng agencies to? grain If I i
and livestock, with a view to curbing J I
peculation mid market fluctuations, "if E1
Chi' he con?lfJ'?red at a meotlng In T 1 -
nounced by J. W. Coverd'ale, secretary '
lot the American Farm bureau federi - I B"vv" a
tlon Invitations have been ?cnt to I
farm organizations, grain dealers and I ilV
livestock shippers associations, th- RA
1 nlted S'ates bureau of markets and TB
Sra divisions of state argi-lcul-
college. ' - a o argrlculturai
Some give ihe answei that It's a mmWI '
rtcjt ball that has been put on the Hr
120 marke; others blame the ostra- BjV
ISlng of freak pitching, and then 'IV
there the psychology of "bust" which I
has been Injected Into th game iv WV
the king of Mil wallopers GBORGK 1 1
Von can take your pick but get this ' -Ar
stralght. It is psychology that Is , ft 4.- .
mainly responslbls for the music and
BABL Is the great teacher the load- 1
er whose baton has st the pace of the I "Tk
moat wonderful piece of Jaxz music
eVej played on a ball park record
You'll rmember thv hullt a long-
range gun which terrified pv r-iree
Well itbe has the combination ami
the secret leaked out
IS YOUR SKIN ABLAZE H
WITH FIERY ITCHINGS?
Don't Continue to Suffer Becsuse of
AflOSt science har determined the
real source of all skin diseases, and
with this enlightei.ment comes the rta
son why the prevailing treatment here
tofore used has proven uch a com
iplete failure. It has been proven that
Impurities In ihe blood cause millions
of tiny disease germs .0 set up their
attack ou tne surface of ihe- skin, and
In ihe form of pimples, bolls, scaly
eruptions and ilehy, burning Irrita
tlons, begin their disfiguring and de
Being in the blood, iner- disease
germs can be reached only through 1
the blood, and local applications have
, no effect w hatever That Is w i y salves J ' f t
ointments, lotions, washes and or er mW J'Am
remedies applied to the skin can do no 4
nan give merelj temporary re- rvwBH
lief Soon the fiery itching breaks out
j again, for sr-ch treatment cannot reacn
the source of the trouble.
If you want genuine relief from th !
tortures of skin diseases, lose no tlmo W
in discarding all local remedies on I
begin taking 8. a. today and you will MJ
bt delighted wlih the results. iLV' t "
You can get S. 8. B. at any drue H,
store, and if jou write to our phvsi B
clan he will gladly gve you fuU in- ff
fitructlons about your own case Ad- W
dress Medical Director. 604 Swift Lab- 1 ' ''V, i
oratoo', Atlanta, Ga. UMMMM?