3 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY EVENING, JULY 19, 1920. R
II I Woman's Genius Is
3 Back of Shamrock
HHHfl A wom'.ri's genius mky be ihe guld-
Bfl hip hand t h: : ii destinies'
pHzj of the Sh4mri.it k IV
HHB "The sloop was a bit stiff when wf j
HHH Uie skipper wliti t he i heel of the
HHH challenger during the sailing struggle!
pHfl off Sandy Hook.
HHHfl Mr?. Burton, an experienced
HBHBb skilled skipper hersell often has n
HBHBa at the helm during the trials of the
HHhI emerald green yatfht.
HBHBJ "The sloop stiff when we
HHfll first laun'ht tl In needed
Kl a lot of sailing." says Mrs. Burton.
HHfl 1 "Today the Shamrock 1-4 tuned up
3 so that she respond", to every ounce
Hf of breeze she sails in .1 7 or 10
Ha "Oh, yes," says the woman skipper.
HHfl "I greatly admin- Resolute. Her
Ha ieautifui lines
HHj appeal to a woman, four American
Hl designers did not neglect to build a I
H frrnoful looking craft. I call your
j cup defender 1 sailing white bird of
"Our Shamrock Isn't what you
Americans eel! pretty. 'e heard bohjo
of you remark that she is the ugliest
Of an boat Lip ton has sent over.
was hulk with enormous sail
spread and wo expect to win with
power," she says.
Mrs Rurton is like all English peo
ple that Is. she is very diplomatic and
prefers to chal :ibout the nice points
of the Resolute rather than discuss
the Lipton craft.
When sailing she weirs a racy blue
mul ls .Hid s.iiHi ilmos 11 is st .in.-. I with
the salt water spr.i . She .1.. Mi't mind
having her hair wind-blown in the
least when she's y.ichtinp.
At the hotels she Is a motherly
lookir.c won; in and regards the moth
ering of the Shamrock's crew as one
nf her chief duties.
R . irdelrs of the fact tbal she talks
mostly of the Resolute, back of her
si mlled English reserve her heart beats
with the grf n Shamrock antl the task
that lies ahead.
f WEE GSE SAYS- f 7
Carpenters all root for Ruth jfC' 1 f
I And thusly show their sense, "vw-7' iy '
I For dally doth he give them wort N-n v.
, A-flxing up tho fence, , vW,, ;
I The quarter gave the signal
"Four-'levon-siMi-t-n-l hi ei
Ho crouched behind the center.
With hands upon his knee
The halfback'!) too. were read .
The fullback's eye was peeled.
Both ends were waiting, eager,
To scamper down the flel I.
The guards and tackles waited,
To see the quarter's sign,
All set to hurtle forward
And tear holes through the lino,
nut what's this sight outlandish,
We cannot understand ?
Each ath-n-lcte was Krasplng
A pitchfork in Ills hand:
"Change signals!" cries the quarter,
"Six-eight een-forty -play : "
Each player darted forward
And tossed the new -mown hay.
That's what the foothrill players are
doing many of them these warm
July days. They nr.- getting them
selves husky for the autumn struggles
on the gridiron. Incidentally, and
probably more Important, tin;, are
performing n Valuable economic serv
ice by helping the farmers with the
Dispatches from Bloomlngtoh, Ind .
tell how the member of the 1920
eleven are hardening their muscles In
the Kansas wheat fields, the lumber
camps, and In othe.- spots where
there's plenty of hard work.
Their Vfforta d esei ve praise, ive.n
If the labor dqcsn'l improve the Hoos
ler football team to an rriejt extent,
Perhaps their lolling in the harvi
fields along with other gridiron nspl
rr.nts will help make wheat a little
cheaper. Let's hope so.
Musculnr strength is valuable In
football, but not su valuabl" si-ee.l
afoot, quick wits, ami knowledge of
the game. Speed ami practice make
a football star--not hull strength. If
tossing th new-mown hay ami .llg
ging fenre pest were calculated to
make n south expert in handling the
ball without 'umbllng through a brok
en field, on" wdNild be more Inclined
to predict that the Illinois eleven
would Startle the Rig Ten conference
this coming fall.
WHAT THEY SAY
JA lv HI IINS
Those who imagined that Jack
Dempsey would draw the color line
In boxing got It wrong. Jack Kcarns
w hile 1 have doubts as to the ad
visability of mixed contests and would
not match Dempsey with a negro In
opposition to pul'll. sentiment, still 1
will say that the champion will not
take refuge behind any excuse In or-1
der to avoid a bout with any logical
opponents. If Harry Wills Is regarded
j by the public as a fit opponent for J
Dempsey and the compensation is se-
, lafactory, I would not hesitate to make
the match. In substance, Dempaey has
I no reuson to avobl a match with any
; man In the world."
Ever) plsJrec has his batting slumps.
I according to Heinle Groh, captain of
tin Reds. He says:
"I'm not a league leader. A little
over the .300 and 1 won't worry Roush
I and Hornsby can fight it out for the
batting championship if they wish, hut
If I can turn in djother 300 perccnt-
. age year I'll not nenrudge them an
honors the) gath r by fighting for
the crown. I was due for a slump. I
had been hilling user my g.iii June
I was a bad month ft. r me. but I think
I can stay up In tha.telect circle from
JAC K DEMPSEY
When Jack Dempsey was working
In the Seattle shipyards he gave Bud
j Ridley, a coming bantam, this advice:
"Don't be afraid to hit. Hit with
both hands, and hit anywhere except
below the belt, hut hit. You can't win
If you don't hit. If the referee orders
you to break 1 lean do It fell as till
I other fellow will lei you, but don't
W. L Pet.
Bait l-nke 62 41 .603
Vernon 62 46 . 574
l,os Angeles i'pT 47 . o4S
Sn l''ra nclscc 63 50 ..115
Portland 46 58 . 469
iSeattle 45 58 .437
Oakland 46 61 .439
Sacramento 4 1 60 .423
v, rdnj 's Results.
Salt lnk. 7. Portland 4. second
game Ball Lake 6. Portland 3.
Vernon 5, San Eranclsco 3; second
game Vernon 7. San Francisco 4.
Oakland 7. Los Angeles 1. Oakland
2, I. os Angeles 3.
Seattle 4. Sacramento 2; second
ga me - Seattle 4. Sacramento 6.
Bees Take Final
Games From Beavers
SALT LAKE CITY, July 19. Salt
Iake took both ends of the double-!
header from tbe Reavers here venter- '
day, winning by scores of 7 to 4 and
6 to 3- In taking the twin bill the
locals grabbed rtx of the seven garnet
played from the lnvadci-s. In the first
till the Recs started their run-getting
in the first inning, chasing over two(
Lsverenz hurled the first game and
Al Gould worked on the slab in the
second contest. The Rees will open'
a se'en-game series with the Ralnlera
Score (first game): R. II. E 1
Portland 4 0 2l
Salt Lake "11 1
Ralteries; Sutherland and Tobin;
Leverenz and Ryler.
Score (second game). R. H. E.
Portland 3 13 1
Salt Lake . 6 14 3
($atteries; Ross and Tobin, Gould!
Tigers Win Double
Header Frcm Seals
SAX FRANCISCO, July 19. While i
the Rees were taking both ends of
ihelr double card, the Tigers per-
I formed the same stunt here yester-'
I day. winning from the Seals, 5 to 3,1
mid 7 to 4. Jordan was hit hard bj I
, the Tiger sluggers in the first con-
test, whllo Lnve twirAd good ball fori
I the- Seal" In the second tilt Tho
Tigers chased aver three counters In
the ninth frame in the second game, i
breaking a 4 to 4 tie and winning
I hands down.
Score (first game): R. H. E.
Vernon 6 10 0
; San Francisco 3 6 1
Bal'.erlis. Dell and DcVormer,
I Jordan and Agnew.
Score (second game): R. H E
Vernon 7 9 2
Sail Francisco 4 10 1
Batteries; Plercey, Small wood and
DcVormer; Love and Agnew
Oaks Win First Tils '
But Lose Second Game
DOS ANGELES. July 19 Oakland
won the firmt game of the double card
here yesterday " to 1, but lost the
second - contest to the Angels by a
score of 3 to 2. Thomas outlucked It.
Arllett on the slab In the afternoon
Score t first game): R. II. E
Oakland 7 13 1
Los Angt'les . .- 1 6 2
i Batteries: Alten and Dorman,
Aldiidge, Pertlcs and lpan
Sooy (second game): Iv. H.E.I
UaklaTid 2 9 o'
Los Angeles 3 7 0
BatterleS: R. Artlott and Mitze.
Thomas and Bassler.
Sacs Sslits Double
Card With Seattle
SACRAMENTO; July 1 9 The
Painters won the morning gume of
the double header here today. 4 to 2.
but lo:-t the second game to the locals,
6, to 4 The seventh inning in each
gin me wa the Inning that spelt de
Score (first game): It. H. E
Seattle 4 8 1
Sacramento . 2 9 2
Ratterles: Brenton and Adams.
KUM ami Si-hang-
Score (second game). R. H. E
' Seattle 4 H 2
I Sacramento .... 6 10 4
Ratterles: Schorr, Geary. Gardner
ami Baldwin; Rrough and Cook.
PHILADELPHIA. Joe Benjamin.
Pacific coast ligln weight, has returned
with the Leonard party in search of
(Opponents in eastern rings.
forget to hit him If he gives you a
chance. If the crowdd rides you. hit
him again. There are really nnlf two
big things 111 hoxlng one is to hit and
' the other Is to keep from being hit.
b il If ou hit your opponet piftener
, and harder than he hits you. why you
AMERICAN LEAGUE !
W D. Pet.
Cleveland 56 27 .675
New Yoik 56 30 .661
Chicago .' . 50 32 - 610
St. L.ouls 41 12 .494
Washington 39 40 .494
Roston 37 4 2 4 6S
Detroit . . . . 2V 63 338
Philadelphia 23 63 .267
esterda) - R-nit
At New York Chicago 4, New
At Washington Detroit 3. Wash
No other games scheduled.
Detroit at Washington.
St Louis at Philadelphia,
Chicago at New Yock.
Cleveland at Boston.
BODIE S HOMER
New Yorkers Make It Two
Straight Over Hose;
NEW YORK, July 19. New York
mnde It two straight from Chicago
yesterday, w inning clgh lo four. Bo
iile gave ehe Yankees a good start In
the first Inning by hitting a home run
With three men on bases. Collins
pitched effecticly with men on bases
and was accorded fine support
Score: P.. H. E.
Chicago 4 .8 1
New 1 ork 8 9 0
Batteries: Williams, Payne, Wil
kenson and Sthalk; V,'. Collins and
WASHINGTON. July 19 Washing
ton pounded Detroit pitchers for sev
enteen lilts yesterday and won easily,
ten to three After two of the visit
ing pitchers had been knocked from
the box, Jack Coombs Detroit pitch
ing coach, attempted the hurling work
but aggravated an old Injury and had
to be carried from the field.
Score R. n E.
Detroit 3 10 2
Washington 10 17 2
Bnlienes Okrle, Coombs, oldham
and Woodall; Sch,cht and Plelnlch
WESTERN LEAGUE MAY
EXTEND ITS SEASON
OMAHA. Neb, July 19. Western
league club owners met here today to
consider the advisability of adding
fourteen more games to the 1920
T AS .() D IM 11
BUT IT l El 1 1 l HROUGB
LONDON, Dr. J. Douglas WHIs.
medical officer, had a bright idea
looking to the replenishment of the
English population. "Why not let
families with four or more children
live In houses rent free'"' suggested
he Nothing doing.'' decided the
Mt sT GO TO WORK IN
sl'ITE OF LEG Y
KANSAS CITY A $25 a work in
come from the legacy Isn't sufficient
to permit a man to remain idle, tle
Clared Judge Etlward J Kiemmlng in
ordering Lee Atherton, 32, to g.i to
work Atherton, In court for failure
to support his wife, was fined $200
and paroled on condition that he go lo
rage w vrri TO
si RT LIFE OVER
Tdl'EKA Another Rage h.us I,.
added to Topeka divorce court re
cords. W E. Pago said his wife didn't
want him around any longer and
that therefore he wanted to start Mil
agflln with a clean page. with it
showing May Crowl, her former name
instead of May Rage.
EXPI UNS BEXEECTT OF
LONDON High-backed pcw were
not Instruments to torture but of con
venience, M. Mac artnev "surveyor to
the fabric of S? Paul's," has discover
ed, "In the days when sermons were
three hours lung the high backs wen
needed to keep the congreg.-.tlov
warm.' he explains.
1 NATIONAL LEAGUE
W. D Pet.
Brooklvn ,...51 34 .600
Cincinnati 43 34 .f.70
Pittsburg 40 38 .513
SI Louis . 41 43 .488
New York 39 4 2 . 481 ;
Chicago H 477.
Roston 33 40 .4 52
Philadelphia 33 47 .413!
At St. Louis Philadelphia 2. St.
At Chicago Rtston 3, Chicago 6.
At Cincinnati Brooklyn 1, Clncln-j
No other games scheduled.
Boston at Chicago.
Philadelphia at St Louis.
New York nt Pittsburg.
Brooklyn at Cincinnati.
Bunched Hits Behind Tyler's
Twirling Breaks LosirTg
Streak for Chicago
CHICAGO. July 19 (National!
Chicago broke Its losing streak yes
ifcrday by defeating Boston 6 to 3. The
Cube bunched hits in the first and
! fourth innings and won easily behind
Mefkle's home run In the first In
Inlng with two men on the hases gave
I Chicago Its first throe runs, while tlou
I Ides by Deal and Daly and singles by
l Tyler and Flack with an error by
I Rowoll netted the other three scores.
Score: R H. E
' Roston , 3 7 1
Chicago 6 9 0
Batteries: Oeschger and O'Neill,
Tyler and Daly.
CINCINNATI, Ohio. July 19. (Na
tional) The champions broke their'
losing streak yesterday by defeating'
Brooklyn four lo one Luque col-
lapsed Immediate after the game
but soon recovered. Four umpires of
Related. Score: R. H. E. 1
Brooklyn 1 6 1
Cincinnati 4 8 01
Batteries: Smith, Mitchell and Tay-:
lor, Luque and Allen.
ST. LOFTS. Mo, July 19 Philadel
phia defeated St. Louis two to one
yesterday. Meadows' infield hit in the
ninth inning after two were out, drove.
Meusel across with the winning run.
Meldows was Invincible, and but for,
his own error would have shut out the
locals. Score: R. H. E.
I'hiludclphla 2 7 1
St. Louis 1 7 21
Ratterles Meadows and Wheat;
Haines and Clemmons.
NEGROES sT R i R V( I.
w R OF THEIR I S
DES MOINES -Flve Negroes here
Started a race war all their own. They j
hurled bricks' at the honsea of white
people. When his house fell unde: the
hombardment. F Pegeon rushed out j
and frightened them away Cops ar
rived but the armistice was on and I
the Negroes had gone
st (. R IK i VRIM.R" M.llll
Ii;s MtilNES -Give welcome to the
latest variety of confidence man. '
I band of men here Is reaching homes
under pretense of being on the lookout
for "sugar hoarders." "Then Uiey
map the house and come back when
It's dark." explains Chief of Roller M
SUE WAS AN BARIA
RISER BY PORCE
DENVER He kicked me out of
bed every, morning," explained and 1
complained Mrs. Lulu Shahn to the
judge here. ' I guess I made a mis-1
take h marrying him on Friday the1
thirteenth. We got along fine before
wo were married hut never after the
fatal day " Albert Shahn hail nothing
to say and the Judge untied the knot
I KAUFF'S DOUBLE
i NEW YORK. Striking resemblance
j in the build of Benny Kauff and young
Spencer, principals in the Giant Leaf
trade. Is a bit uncanny.
What Is the Condition
of Your Blood Supply?
Highly Important to Keep It Free
ii von know that fo per oent of all 1
human ailments depend upon ihe con
dltion of your blood?
Nature EiveR her warnings In va
Irlous unmistakable way-, so that when
, you become weak and listless and a
'general rundown condition seems to
take possession of the whole body, it Is
an unfailing sign 'hat mpurlties will
steadily accumulate until your general;
headlth will be seriously affected You
Should rerognlz the importance, there-'
fore, of very promptly cleansing out
the system, and keeping the blood sup-
ply pure and robust
For this purpose, no remedy can 1
equal S. S. S.. thr- fine old blood purl
tier that has been in consisnt use for
more than fifty years. Being mad"
from the roots and herbs of the for
ests. it Is purely vegetable, and con
tains not a particle of chemical or
Gel a bottle of S. S. S. at your
drug store today, and not how prompt
ly It builds up the appetite and gives
DOW strength and vitality Write for,
free literature and medical advice to i
Chief Medical Adviser, 610 Swift Labo
ratory, Atlanta, Ga.
LAKBHURST, N. J . July 17. The
Navy Department Ins ordered an In
crease of 200 feet In the length of
the mammoth air garage" for dirigi
ble balloons which Is heing built here,
Il was announced today.
This hangar will be the larfftst In
the world, big enough to hold two
trans-Atlantic liners of thl Leviathan
type. Rlans for It originally were tlrnfi-
1 when the navy department contract
ed for the R-3S, ;i dirigible one-third
larger than the R-N which flew to
the Fnlted Stated from England Ins!
According to rev isetl specifications,
the hangar will be 1.000 feet long.
313 feet wide and 200 feet high. W h'-n
Completed, which probably wil! be
next spring, the big "air r. rage" ami
Its nuxlllary power house, machine,
shops ami officers' quarters will cost
about 18,677,000, it was stated.
The hangar will have electrically
operated double doors. 17" by 13
feet each, which when opened wide
will, with Ihe width of the structure,
const! tufe a wind-break of nearly 60o
Satisfactory progress hos been real
ised in date in the hangar's construc
tion, il was stated The site has neen
cleared of pine and scrub oak stumps
by two Marine Corps tractors, design
ed for hauling 7-lnch guns through
Flanders mud. but now operated RS
stump pullers. The foundation and
bases for the steel arches of the root
have b-en laiil and several arches
About 400 enlisted men and civilians
are employed on the work, which Is
being performed under tho Civil En
gineers Corps of the Navy
SCRIBES FIND PRESIDENT
OF ALBANIA GOOD SPORT
RARIS. July 17 Many newspaper
correspondents In Rarls who h;ive had
occasion to meet the late !'. id -sha.
formerly Provisional President of
Albania, who was murdered here re
cently, are inclined to think that he
was not such a bad sort as Rust em
Aveno, his youthful assassin seems to
think. A French newspaper corre
spondent who knew him In BalOhlkl
says that he was a wonderful poker
On one occasion the Albanian dic
tator had lost all the available cash
he happened to 'have with him but
i ontinued playingon honor" and won
quite a nice pot but he refused to
rake m tho money saying:
Keep v.. in- money. Old man, when
I play on paper. I simply play for the
sport of It, and It does not count. We
COCKNEY DIALECT WILL
BE DRIVEN FROM ENGLAND
LONDON, July 17. London school
teachers have begun a campaign to
eradicate the Cockney dialect, which
they characterlss a a "disease of
language," caused by Incorrect breath
ing and by Improper voice Instruction.
A number of teachers In secondary
schools declare elementary teachers
themselves often employ Ihe Cockney,
pronouncing such words as "paid" as
If both the vowels were "1" and ex
plaining the difference by saying the
l should have a dot.
The teachers made no plans to
carrvthe reform to the Cockney adults
outside the Mhools.
Hl'RKAI.II IHK RROt.RESS
. TIKi! t.ll II -I .
SPOKANE "Hurrah!" chortle.,
Mowbray Pearson, merchant here, in
a letter to Governor Louis P. Hart
'Hurrah! 1 have found one mile post!
placed in accordance w ith t bt, law
passed three years ago. That's pro
gress! That means one every thru
years. 33 every 100 years 15 to 2)
thousand years will finish tho Job.
Hurrah for progress and your offii
I TIP His PAY
SI1 I M M l l N i l '
DES Mi I N KS, la The prisoners In
tho city Jail here are dlscrlu ilnatln .
They won't read "Treasure Island"
and they don't like "Ten Nights in it
Rar Room," but Louise- Alcutt's hal
ting average Is high. "Vags" especi
ally Insist they be given "Little Men,"
and ' Alice In Wonderland" Is becom
YKOM l Ills FIRED.
R USE A COMPL l l
NEW YORK When J.'.n yeoman
ettes were discharged from the Brook- j
lyn Navy yard recently, they com- !
plained that only the "plain lookers"
had been fired and that the younger I
and prettier girls had been kept.
rin- IDI i IKES
(ill BL1 I KIRRmn
NEW Y RK Mrs. l- lorlta Rogo-j
voy, who returned yesterday from'
Seattle where she obtained a divorce I
from her husband. Russian 'cellist.'
wore .1 red ribbon and a black on tied I
to her wedding ring. "The blade rib-1
bon means I obtained a divorce and
the red means 1 am glad of It," hc!
WHAT GUS DID
PHILADELPHIA.- Gus Kirby. head
of the United States Olymp' com-mitti"-.
is being criticised for go ;;
clear to Belgium Just to hire r. schoo
house for the Yanks to billet In.
I DOINGS OF THE DUFFS Tom Gets a Little Thrill. . By ALLMAN
H I T0WCIUJS Pffir ( 5lY TIGHT", V4ER6 I I 7 II . , -Z .
1 Hi AMD J0MPIU -I'LL 1V- V m I GOI3 ARouuD V!k0 "JX9 'J&&&4 ' ' '
iH "'' "'
PRINCESS MARIE I
COMING TO U.S. f
(f r I
V v y Prince?? Il
It is reported that the beautiful
I Princess Marie will accompany her H3
' mother, the queen of Rumania, when Hl
, the queen visits America shortly. iHil
ARGENTINA EAGER FOR 1 I
YANKEE CO-OPERATION ,
i.i RES, Julj 1 : ' The H '
i new and firm current established R
between the Fnlted States and Ai rch- iH I
ttna docs not escape tne notice of B'
.Argentines, who are fully aware of It," K
id Dr Jusf Luis Cantllo. major of M
this cltv addr-siii; the members of , II
I recently. HlB
"We view this movemo-tt with pro- All
I found sympathy," he continued, "We fvftl!
re Jnat at the. comment ment of the '
a I I
i hi boi.it Ion Our lands mi.Tht still oe Bl
said to be deserts; our mines uncx- B,
j (ilnited: our Industry In the embrojr-
:.! our commerce but recently I
ami Intelligence which -haracterUes f LC
the American. It Indicates that the I
time has arrived for us ;o Join this I
movement and our efforts should be I
directed so that all business men ol I
'the Krcat republic of tho north wlm I
! arrive at the shores should i I d the I JBjfl
adhesion anil the warmth necessary lo H "
the development of activity and pro- r'
grew.'' 1 1
SWEDES SEND PARTY TO
EXPLORE NEW COUNTRY
TOK.OHAMA, July 17. An expedi
, q , the 8 wed) h Soclel fcj
nt' Lf -
make a scientific survey of the penln- ,t ttmL. .Jll
aula of Karachatki 1 ,1
hi st for at lea.u two years. iH
I The memht'if of tho expedition ere H
scientists from the University of Stock- i
holm and are under the direction of H
Even They are prepared H
. i UH
p h I ca r I '
survey of thf whole pehuisU)a. The I
collections will be donated lo tin
Swedish Geographical Society and to
the University of StockbOlfls,
Kamchal is known to have a rich I
ami varied flora and fauna but It Is VB
comperativsi) unknown to solentlsta
The (plant life Is particularly Interest
ing. as it in un usually extensive for
tin- hivih latitude and many of fhi II
forms b-lonK to regions much farther BE
ous, and as far as known are similar jflEa
VOT TOO WISJEIil I !
I -1 i l i flj
was one of loving too well. ' said Will- F'
confession of bigamy. Too true," H
1 R VXT P"
( l l HI v -.1 1 1 X .
S 'TTi S'GHAM. Eng. . , .. ' " 1
peaceful, not to es3 iulet, in the house Wg
(wheri ; irgi M i t kin and John P - B0
I ' '
didn't like. Then Meakln put the gas
pipe under Pykett's pillow and turned HI
the valve. T make sure he cut Py- mBt
ketts throat with a razor 'ne' In Bl
the hospital antl the other In Jail Hi
oo . HfJ
TKMPOn IIY t Rss t
It) OO TO RELATIVES i
CALGARY, Alberta Relatives of H&
Alberta soldiers kllleil in the war and HI
burled In France may bavs th tern-
porary cro-.y which v-ere erected on 9
ippllt ition to th ov-
RARE BRAIX I'l l s V,
HITS PI VNSTL1 M
PHILADKLPHJ v -Twenty , a of H
rrr- t rain disease called epidemic Hfi
encephalllls. have been discovered In MU
Luserne-co. Pa., according to iJn, Rl
U Ilkea-Barre. The dlaes .llanr J
, to sleeping skknesa and IS in 100 die. HHll
THEY'RE WORRIED - Hi
NEW YORK -Fans who bot ,hnt - Hf I
Rabe Ruth wouidn't make 29 home Hi
runs (his year ;r nnv; Invoicing the). Hf
bank accounts and wishing th swat f'l
king would break a leg ,
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