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12 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 22, 1920.
I VARIETY CARD
I form 24
I Lagoon Race Track Will Be
Scene of High Class
K Romprtoff who is matched
t rir(h with Jack Efarbcrtaon, igdcn
mat marvel, in n hvst two in three full
matcn, ai one of the featurea of the
Port card, hat arrived in Ogdeh from
the east .ind Is In tip-top shape.
Karbsrtsbn, who is In training at
A ellowstone national park. Is expect-'
ed In ogden Friday for the match The
winner of the Ingoon match will be
pitted against Ad Saute,! In a match
tc be staged during the early part of
the fall. Warren Blnford wtf-i Ot
the Santel-Harbertson match staged
hf re last winter, will he the third man
in the ring.
Frank Clarke, aviator, will depart
from los Angelas early tomorrow
morning foi Ogden on in attempted
r.on-stop flight Clarke will thrill
1 gdnltes nt the Lagoon truck 8atUT-
day nfternoon various aviation
stunts. One of (he big stunts to be
pulled by Clarke will b wiiik walking,
AVIng walking Is one of the newest
Sparta In the aviation world and will j
bo demonstrated to the Lmonn crowd
bj the aviator Th" ship. " Standard,
equipped with a 240-horsepower mo
tor. will be piloted h C. O. prest.
These two events, together with five
championship motor race with the
world s greatest professional riders In
harness will be the headline on the
card. Ray Peck, one of the' greatest
dirt track riders In America, has
signed up for the races and promises
to make the competition keen. Peck
I will mount his old standby, the Kx
celsior. Al Ward, the India i star, will he
seen In action jiL'alnst Pack. Ward Is'
I one of the great riders. These two
men should gic the fans a good Idea
of what the word clever moans on a
motorcycle. Krod Whlttlev, A.
Schmertz. L. Kllckenstrin oncl others
v. ill be entered in the profession: 1
races which will include a lhr-. i).
nrri ten-mile open event The niiin
tr.ur races will consist of a three-mile i
side car event and a three-mile ama
teur solo race
This card, together with a battle
royal and other event.. promises i
keep the fans on then toes; The start-,
lng hour Is 2 3" o'clock
I AMERICAN SHOOTERS
WINNERS IN ANTWERP
ANTWERP, July 2S i By The KB
soclated Press. ) The American I
was an easy winner in tho first round
of the Olympic trapshootlng compe
tition shoot this morning, scorin-;- LIS
out of a possible ISO birds in the team
shoot each man shooting at twenty:
The Swedish team was second with'
107 birds. England and Canada Wi re
tied with 105 each Belgium's
was 102, Holland's 37, Norway's S0
and France's 87. The shooting will
continue In the second round this af
ternoon, each man shooting at 30 tar- ;
srets, after which the summation pro
cess will be begun nly fight teams
flnall decided to compete, Denmark
and Finland withdrawing.
The six men In the team shoot are'
Jay Clark, captain, of YPbrcestei
Mass ; Hornro Bonser, of Cincinnati,
Frank M. Troeh, f ancouvei Wash
Mark Aerie, of Thomasboro. Ill ; '
P rank S Wright, of Buffalo N. Y., :
and Forest W. McNler. of Houston,'
Tex. The two others, Fred Plum, of
Atlantic, N. J, and B S Donnsllj of
Chicago, are remaining in reserve for!
the Individual match.
Troeh had a . rfect 20 In this morn
ing's shooting. Each of the others
missed one torKtt.
IW. J. BRYAN IS SILENT
ON -DRYS' CONVENTION
CROOkSTTON, Minn. July 21.
William Jennings Bryun arrived hero
today, en route to s Minnesota sum
mer re?ort for a short vacation He
declined to make a statement relative
to the prohibition party convention at
l.lncoln. Mr. Bryan has born men
tioned as a possible choice of the con
vention fur pregtdeqL
INHI.'S Bl SY Bl K.
TOLEDO There are Z baseball
league her-' with teams. In one
month ?oo tennis permits were Issued
not to speak of .'-iTC season permits for
MUST TAKE ON EASY MARKS
HE GETS FIRST CRACK
with a Bompscy-Carnciitlei match made Impossible foi the ent,
Bill Brcniian will bfc 1 1 - flrsi man t i draw on tin? ulc.xc. with lIic clia.ni
plon since hi won 1 1 title a year ngo, The match It to be held within two
inontlia mi! iIm highest bidder 1 1 stage the entertainment.
II WEE GEE SAYS-
I saved up all my pennica. fifik n-jf' A
An' 1 bet 'em on a nag; J r JX
j A friend of mine is richer now A''- tfk
Twae he who got my swag. -KrCX
H The wild fanatics roared,
H It was a crooahni game;
H The hoitl team won the Hag
H If they annexed the saint?
H But. on the other hand,
H If home contingent lost.
H The fans were well aware
H A pennant it would oust.
H The home boys were ahi ad
By one lone run, In fact,
H Two popped out In the ninth
H With every station packed.
H The batter smacked the ball
H A clover-cutting clout
H BUI tioofus playing third,
Though Goofus got the hall
The pill he did not toss,
H But held It In his hand
H And hollered to the boss.
"A bonus 1 must have
H Or I won't throw it homo!"
H The fans upraised a yell
H That reached to heavens
The owner's "All riht !"
1 Was buried In the din:
B Bill Gootus lldn t hear
H The winning run came in
Thus endetb the sad, fantastic stor
H of the pennant which was lost becansf
the third baseman did not hear hb
1'nm owner agree to pay him a honui
H lor completing the crucial play In th
H ninth Inning. When one rcmcmben
WHAT THEY SAY
There la one man n the sport world
who usually tret.s what h" wants Ib
is Tex Rlckard. Tex says:
My purpose In taking a ten-year
lea on Madison Square Garden la to
Piomote sports of all kinds -boxing,
wrestling, indoor athb iic rm ts bicy
cle riclng. and even lawn tennis. The
big amphitheatre has been idle lose
to 200 days a year. It is my purpose
to hive something golns on there
every week In the ear The circus,
which has a Jlvelyear base on certain
da s. will continue I have it signed
as matchmaker of the rpternational
Sporting club. It Is my plan to go af
ter the biggest In everything."
t o I I, RUPPERT
Th'.s roloni-1 has one reirret. He feels
badly over it. too.. He Is Colonel Rop
pert. He says:
1 don't care how many home run.1
Ruth knocks. The more the merrier
We don't need any more attractions
at the Polo Grounds than the Bam
bino But I do hope Babe will save
some of his crlcult drives for the
Cleveland cltfb. So far this year he
has only nicked one Indian pitcher.
His Mcilm was Elmer Myers. I'd
certainly enjoy seeing hlin get a homer
off of Covele'skle or Bagby. Another
thing. I don't like to have the Indian!
come to New York on Sundas. WeM
simply hai- to turn the customer-;
away and lock the gate. It Is bad
enough on week days I believe Babe
has got ro home runs In his system for
this season "
'MOVIE' WORKERS STRIKE
AND TIE UP N. Y. PLANTS
I NEW YQRK, July 21. More than
I 2.000 moving picture workers In New
York and vicinity went on strike to
I day, tlcing up or crippling a score of
The reason given for the walkout
j is the failure of the National AsSOr
elation of the Motion Picture Industry
! to meet the demands of the workers
I for increasi i In wages, shorter hours
I and recognition of tho union.
I'nlori leaders threaten to spread
I the strike throughout the iniiiitry and
include cameramen, machine operat
ion, stage hands and others employed
j in the "'movie" Indiisti'
All film laboratories in tin- metro
' pobtttn district aie affected !y the
strike union leaders declared tonight,
i adding that the walkout would mean
Ithe eurtailment of film production by
a) least -O.ooo.ooo feet per ho i--
the spring demands of the ball players,
it Isn't so hard to lmaaglue such an
episode as is described In the forego
We are hnvliiR too many players
whose love for the pastime has been
choked bj their passion for the pay
check. That's one of the many rea
sons why the retirement of Christy
Mathewson causes so much regret
among the fans.
For, In addition to setting records In
baseball that will never b surpassed,
and making a name for himself thai
will never be forgotten, Matty played
the game for lw game's sake and
played it with nil his might
You dldn t hear of Matty threaten
ing to strike for more money. You
didn't hear his name linked with
gambling scandals nor get rumors of
I his plroottng around with sure-thing
fatty graduated with honor from
baseball's school of discipline. He
never broke a rule nor oersfepped
jnny limit He helped MtoGraw. lie
(taught the young pitchers. He never
Baseball loses n genuine man now
I that Mathewson haa retired on ac-
I count of bad health Lets hope he
rets well .'.nd comes back to identify
, himself with the Giants the team he
i battled for because he loved the
W. U Pet
Cleveland 5S 29 .66'J
New York a0 32 ,048
Chicago 52 35 .598
St. Louis 42 4 IS8
Washington , . . . . . .39 42 41
Boston 39 44 .4 70
Delroit 29 58 .354
Philadelphia 25 64 .281
psterds v '- i ; nits
At Philadelphia St. Louis 2. Phila
I At New York Cleveland 3. New!
At Itoston Chicago 1, Boston 2.
N'o other games scheduled.
Bl Louis at Washington.
Detroit at Philadelphia.
Cleveland at New York.
Chicago at Boston.
Indians Go Down to Defeat in
Crucial Series; Mays
NEW YORK. July 22. New York
defeated Cleveland, 4 tu 3. yesterday
' in the first game of a series upon
1 which depends ihe leadership of the
American leagu. Mays had thp In
dlans shut out until the ninth, when
he became unsie,'.d after Speaker and
Gardner hit doubles and Pecklnpaugfa
made a wild throiv. Johnston and
(O'Neill singled, the entire combination,
resulting In three runs Collins suc-cet-ded
Mas. J; mieson walked, fill
;ing the bases, but Collins struck out'
Chapman, endin? the game.
I Score R.H.E j
iNew York 4 10 1 1
Cleveland .... 310 1
Mays. Collins and Ruel, Caldwell
I and O'Neill.
Mf iSTON July 22.-Boston defeated
Chicago, j to l yesterday, in the
opening game of the series. Jones ex
i i II n,; Williams in a pitchers' battle.
Chicago's only run was scored in the
second inning, when Jackson drove tho
oau lino i ne i igiii lieu nieacners ioi
? home run. Boston scored in ihe fifth
on Walters' double. Hooper's triple!
and Vitt's sacriLce fly.
Score It. H E
Chicago 1 6 2'
Boston 2 7 01
Williams and Schalk; Jones and'
PITTSBl'RG. July 22 Pittsburg de
feated Brooklyn yesterday 4 to 3. Mar
quard was driven from the box in the
fifth. He was replaced by Mitchell,
who prevented further scoring. The
, locals scored three runs on four hits.
Brooklyn 3 S 2
I Pittsburg 4 9 1
Marquard Mitchell and Elliott. Pon
jder and Schmidt.
CHICAGO. July 22 Rixey held Chi
cago to three scattered hits after an
I unsteady start and Philadelphia de
feated the locals. 6 to 1. in the first.
! game of the serif s. Rlxey's four walks
IB the first innm - ggve the locals their
only run. The -sitors hit Alexander
Score R. H. E
Philadelphia 6 10 0
j Chicago 1 8 2
Rlxey and Wheat; Alexander, Carter
LOS ANGELES. Eastern critics1
have picked Charles I'addock to he
the wonder sprinter of the times. He
has equaled the world's record.
Coaches believe ho will beat it.
Geology teaches that the preatest
climatic changes on the earth came In
Ithe glacial period.
Bj DE W SNtDETR.
Jack DcmpSey 13 coming out of his
I corner again after a year's absence.
And there Isn't much In the field
to put against him OXCfpi the same
gang of heavies who used to be plck
ilns' for hi in beforo he took over the
For one solid year we listened to
'the battle nf typewriters carried on be-i
tween Dempsey and Carpentier. They
Scrapped both machines lm junkl
when the Frenchman went back to
Dsmpssy, with his moving pictme
contract fulfilled and his liattle eCtSlic
courts disposed of favorably, wants to
I IIM .TOP,
HIS first Job will he to polish off'
Bill Mrennan that Is If some promo
ter can count out enough kale to suit
11:1 parties concerned
The last time they met Dempsey hit
Leo p. Flynn's boxer so hard on the
chin that his ankl" smipp. .1.
Bnennan recently s.tid that he be-
lleved he could have taken .lack on'
t hat occasion If the accident hadn't,
happened. He denies that It was the
eflert of the concussion from Demp
sey s jclove Hint broke, hip leg. He sas
he tried to shift too quickly.
VRGI n .
However, the accident la sufficient
argument for another dial and Jack
KearnS Isn t partial as to who meets
Dempsey, so long as there Is a bund.e
01! silk flags attached to the proceed
ings, Hrennan established a name 01 lr .
lng a K. O. Irish scrapper by piling
up a total of 16 consecutive knock
outs. He has another .-.tilii- of 10.
He Is a hard hitter. Such young
hopes as Bob Roper. Gene Tunnoy.
Martin Burke and Bob .Martin have
wisely steered away fiom the BieVinnn
M l M 1 ELD.
The present field only holds a llm
iieil few who stand any chance to
even stay wllh the champion Fred
p-UKon is one or them. Dempsey
slammed him Into dreamland two
years ago at Harrison. N .T
I Then there's Joe Beckett's friends
hacking him for a match iith mir
champion. His short stay in the mug
with Carpentier makes his prospecta
appear ridiculous. Fulton may 1 ..
Improved since he fought Dempsov.
Likewise Heckett nia have picked up
something he didn't have when he
fought the French ace
Yet the best one can figure for
fiempsey Is that his title bj as secure
tod:. as It was Just after they . leared
away the wreck on a certain Fourth
"i July that Jess Wlllard win nevei
Standing of Teams.
W, L Pet.
Salt l ake 62 13 .390
Vernon 64 46 .580
Los npeles 57 49 .538
San Francisco 54 ."1 .51 1
Portland 47 51 465
Seattle 47 58 .418
Oakland 47 62 431
Sacramento 46 61 .430
Salt Lake 5; Seattle 7
Los Angeles 1; Vernon I
Portland 2 Sacramento 1
San Francisco 7; Oakland 5.
Siwashes Again Win
From Sfclt Lake Bees
SALT LAKE, July 22 - The Bees stif- I
fered their second defeat of the pres
ent week at the hands of the Seattle
atgreation yesterday afternoon, the
score being 7 to 5 Home runs madi
by Sheelj and Ilumler proved of little
assistance to the Salt Lakers. Thurs- I
ton twirled for Ihe locals and was
nicked for fourteen hits while Geary I
for Seattle was hit hard but kept his
Score R H. E. j
Seattle 7 14 C
Salt Lake 5 14 2 1
Geary and adama Thurston and By
Tigers Win Over
Los Angeles 4 to 1
LOS ANGELES. July 22 The Tig
ers again won out over the Ante
here vesterday, the score b inc I to
1. Schellenbach allowed the locals'
hut one hit up until the seventh frame I
The Tigers are now within one and i
one-half games of the league leaders. J
Score R H E. I
Vernon 4 8 1
Los Angeles .. 1 4 2
Scheiienbai h and DeVormer; Keat
ing and Lapan.
Beavers Outhit But
Win From Sacramento
SACRAMENTO, .Ttilv 22 Although
ithe Beavers were outhit here yester
day 2 to 1 the locals met defeat, thi
score being 2 to 1 for the McCredie
i stars Klngdon tripled to right in the
niDth, scot inc Che winning run on a
single b Mc.Mullcn.
Score R. H. E.
Sacramento 1 8 2:
PortlRnd 2 4 1
Mails and Cady; Brooks and Tobin
Triple Play Features jj
Seal-Oak Ball Contest
SAN FRANCISCO, July 22 The
Seals trounced the Oaks hero yester
day, 7 to 5. In a thrilling contest. The I
LOOKS GOOD AS EVER
'i u - ah ence from the boxing ring doesn't seem to liae changed
the npiicaranci i ti" fighting deslrCs ! Jack Dempsey. n rule long
layoffs don't do a boxer snj good, but the champion Is back uitli the dec
i larntlon thai be Is noi sfrald of anj man living ami bo seem- to have intlnii-
I tin besi i an nt has nroduced.
W L. Pet.
Brook ln 53 3fi .591
Cincinnati 4C .16
Pittsburg 11 H9 .61!
I St. Louis 43 43 &00
I New York II 4.' .49
Ghicwru 43 1fi -is::
I Boston . 33 43 .434
I Philadelphia 34 4S 415
"'ctci ilaj s Results
I Brooklyn ". Pittsburg 4
New York 3, Cincinnati 1.
Philadelphia i hn airo 1.
Boston 2, St. Louis 3.
Ruether and Sallee Hit Hard by
McGrawmen; St. Louis Wins
in Twelve Frames
CINCINNATI, O. July 22. New
York won the first game of the series
from the Beds here yesterday, the
count belnp 5 to 3. Salle. Ruether
and Fisher were all hit hard by the
r. a e.
New York & 'J 2
Cincinnati . . . 3 7 1
Batteries. Toney. Douglas and
Smith; Fisher, Buether, Sallo and
ST. LOUIS, Mo. July 22. SL Louis
defeated Boston, 3 to 2 in twelve in
nlnps yestprday. Doak scoring: from
first with the winning run when
Eayres made a wild return on Smith's
double to right. llcathcote's
leaping catch of Holke s line drle In
the final inniiik' with two oul and two
firsl triple play uf the year made on
the local lot was registered in the se
enth frame by Seal players. Kamm,
YNalsh and Woller pulled the threc-ph
Score r. h E.
Oakland 5 12 S
San Francisco 7 14 1
Lewis. Love and Agnew; Kremer.
Krause and borman
No champion is all wool and a yard
wide until he Is proven.
Afier Man o' War set a new
world's record for tho mile and three
i furlong? the world said he was the
greatest horse of all times, Publicity
j flowed forth like a mighty torrent
I of Ihe wonders of the wonder horse.
Did it turn Man o' War's head?
It did not. He just showed the usual
Now the son of Fair Play the
Mahubah colt has proven himself
Reccntlv the new turf star fought
it out with John P. drier, a horso
that in any other decade would be a
It was a race of sorrow and joy.
Our, i.ricr pulsed the great Riddle
colt. Eye-witnesses held iheir breath
and prepared to shout "Man o' War
has shortlived. The Whitney colt
held the advantage but a few brief
seconds. The greatest horse of all
.times stems to understand the situa
,(ion ahd the duty expected of him
The magic carpet slipped under the
! hoofs of the challenger and Man o'
j Wax Shbl back In the lead to another
El ERYBODY lol' IT
ST. Lol'IS. 'Tisn t only bo 8 Who
sl, on the bleuchers now Too many
spectators and not enough seals drives'
many a man who used to sit In a box
I to the sun parlors of the ball farm
M kGEE IN Bl sin s
CINCINNATI Lee Magce, former!
Bed. Is now playing first base on a
factory team at Kenosha, Vi9. Tho
way of the outcast Is hard.
on bases, kept Boston oul of two runs.
R. H E.
St. Louis 3 13 1
Boston 2 8 0
Batteries: Doak and Clemmons;
Fllgame and I'Neill.
PHILADELPHIA. July 2 Perry's
fine pitching and Will's hilling Sae
vlctorv to the Philadelphia Athletics
yesterday, 1 to -. Bayne was unsteady
fur Si Luil and wasc received by So-
thoron. who also failed to hold the
B a E.
St. Louis 2 5 4
Philadelphia' ' 10 0
Batteries: Baync. Southern and
Billings, Perry and Perkins.
SHAMROCK GOES I
INTO P DOCK I
Sloop Is to Be Thoroughly
Cleaned for Important
SANDY HOOK", N. J.. July 22. The ilatt
cup challenger shamrock IV, was rf
towed to 'he Staten Island Shlpbuild-
ing Co. plant early today to be dry I A
decked and baTe her underbodv I it
cleaned In preparation fr,r ihe fourth C
ace with the American defender Rcso- Wm
lute tomorrow. The contest yesterdaj
in which the two sloops went over the m
I Irl mJ ' in exactly the sam Bg,
i p8ed time, has ndded marks! iatsr
egi tb ihe con'' I s to come. I
( aptain Burton. Lcsigner KlchoISOfl I SS
and Navigator I laude Piekman, ol the
Shamrock, were especially pleased mSL
with what they agree was a wonder- SB
fully fine race yeslerday. even if the Wj&
challenger lost it on time allowance.
"Resolute is a fine boat." said Mr ifawjj
NlcholBOn, "and Herreshoff has de- lwr
signed R craft tha goes better to wind ffS
ward than Shamrock On the fun
home before ihe wind yesterday the
?lonps raced along beam to beam as if I wit1
thej bad t n locked together, it was
a IliiP iace even if we did lose it " ILraci
The race tomorrow will be over a rIPm
triangular course ten miles to a leg. I L
and 11 La this contest that Shamrock Uf'
- . pected to fcrce the Resolute to ":1'8b
the limit as tho leg of the race will ;
he reached at which point of sailing ifp
the Llpton sloop has shown to her H
best advantage. HrDJ
'three nations will I);
ENTER EVERY EVENT
ANTWERP, July 21 The United siBP
States. Canada and Czecho-SlovaUia ISrC
arc the only nations listed to compete Heto
I In every event of the Olympic games IKsm:
at the stadium, though doubtless there Kjpi'i
tare some omissions due to delayed BBk'I
Details of the lists of entries, which
hav Jusl been mad available, show Jta'
ithe wide variety In the number cf Hw!l-
Sports and tlio various nations to coin- WA
pete, ranging from th. larger i-oun-
I tiles down to Monaco, which Is en- LVrralei?
tered only In the dashes Monaco's LR&'
iriakea thirty-two nationa an - M( '
swerlng the Invitation to participate, , .
I Sweden is in for all the events ex- la1
cepl the walks and Oseal Hf
Britain la entered for :;ll except the Bt
pole vault and Javelin throw, while .'nf
Italy will take part in all but tho mml'''-&
hammer throw and shot-put. sEf L
The list for practically all event! gw rr
I in tin- boxing contests includes (he Mm
United St. if , South Africa, Fri TH,'
I Holland, Norway, Italy and Great Bri- IjMii
I tain, while Switzerland will send only MJIij.
ANCIENT YANKEE TAR ON I
SHAMROCK IS A HERO
j SEABBIGI1T. N. J., July 2 1 Cap- Hjnftilj
I tain Andrew Jackson Applegate BB?
aboard Shamrock IV to direct Captain E9c ;l
Burton In tide and wind, did not Ifw'
achieve fame foi the first time when I,
he stepped aboard the challenger Bffi-
Following the sea along the Atlantic HfBH
coast from .Maun- to Florida for fifty
eai he came Into prominence In '."
1906 when he dared a surf from which MhI
coast guards tuincd, and rescued tw r
men and s ;oman atranded In n I -
launch In a gale three miles off Sea- kSllM
hright. For this ho received thi aVlaaByrN
Carnegie medal. KismB
A heavj northeaster waa blowlns JHn-.jl
when the stranded launch waa sigh'- W
el. motor broken down and an anchor lEw;
lost None could be found who would Lbbibh!
brave tho surf until t'aptain Applegato SalJ'il
and his son Howard came along and WSf
affected the dangeroua rescue with an ll4
HERO BODIES. WAR BRIDES
AND POLE VETS RETURN l
NEW YORK. July 21. Bodies of SBH
831 American soldi ra who died over
ji ia arrived here today on the steam-
J " i -v -iki from l'an.ig BSgBfl
and Antwerp Twenty-five "war BBK
hrlrbs" of French aid Cerman natlv- HMbbbI
Ity were among the first cabin pas- Hlaifl
-ng-rs and I'mIiMi BS
coqigosod the majority of the J,"3I H'.
steerage passengers. Biffin
The climate of the "toe" of Italy a Hfr ''
few miles Inland resembles that of HE
England. Br -
j PlOfVEER PAY CELEBRATION i K
Lagoon Race Track Saturday, July 24 2:30 Sharp I IB
I ' FEATURES GALORE R H
J Death-defying Airplane Stunts Wing-walking Stunt Flying
5 CHAMPIONSHIP MOTORCYCLE RACES
II World's Greatest Riders
CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING MATCH I B
I Jack Harbertson vs. K. 0. Romonolf H
Ogden New York
Battle Royal Men's-Kids'-Women's Races
J General Admission $1 Grandstand $2 if Hi t
Tickets on SaJe at DeWit Cigar Store and Hemenway & Moser Cigar Store B'