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THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY EVENING, JULY 26, 19Z0.
I RUTH SMASHES
OUT HOME RUMi
Yanls Easily Trim Boston Ag
gregation With 8-to-2
w. l. ret.
Cleveland 60 31 JJ
New York M 3 3 .681
Chicago 5 36 04
V?ashfngton J J? J?
Si. Louts 4 2
Boston 39 48 448
Detroit 31 5o .MO
Philadelphia 2' b 29.l
At New York Boston 2. New York
I At Cleveland Chicago 2. Cleveland
k ' .t Washington Philadelphia 2,
B Washington ;
I Twin;, 'a Schedule.
St. Louis at Detroit.
Chicago at Cleveland
Philadelphia nt Washington,
Boaton at New York
NEW YORK, July 26. New York
easily defeated Boston here esterday.
8 to 2. Mays held the Hed Sox to
lour hits, two of which were of the
scratch variety. Ho; t pitched well ex
cept In the fifth, when the Yankees
got six hits, one of which was Babe
Ruth's thirty-fifth home run. the ball
going Into the lower iSjght Held stand
Score; . H. .
Boston 2 4 2
Niw York 8 11 1
Vatterles: Hoyt. Fortune and Wal
ters; Mays and ltuel.
. WASHINGTON, July 2 Washing
Ion rallied In the eighth inning yester
day and defeated Philadelphia, 4 to;
3 Naylor, up to the eighth, had held
Washington In check, but four hits, i
Including a double In that limine
pioed his undoing Score K H E
Philadelphia 3 6 2
r Washington 4 51 1
. Batteries; Nn; lor and Perkins;
Shaw. Schacht and Gharrity.
DETROIT. July L'S Detroit ham
mered three pitchers for twenty-two
hits and defeated St Louis yesterday
21 to 8. Witn the exception of Pi
relli, every Tiger hit at .least once
Alnsralth leading in the clubbing with
two singles, a double and a triple In
five times at bat. Score. R. H. E.
St Louis 8 16
Detroit 21 22 8
Batteries; Shocker, YVcilman. Yan
degler and Severeld. Collins, oldhom
CLEVELAND. July 26. Cleveland
defeated Chicago. 7 to 2. yesterdav.
Ccveleskie outpltched Wlllmms and
received better support errors by Rls
brg and Weaver being coatly.
Score. R. H. E
Chicago .. 2 9 2
Cleveland 710 0
Batterier Williams and Schalk.
Coveleskte and O'Neill
I SPEAKER'S TEAM IN
I NEED OF GOOD HURLERS
NEW YORK. July 26. Brooklyn
continued to lead In the National'
BBWBS league despite a slight slump last I
week. The Robins' lead, however, was
not cut to an extent because Clncln-
nati. the runner-up team, lost three
I games during the week The relative
H positions of the two teams was not .
changed today as both were defeated.
H The New York Giants "had a sue-'
I cessful week in the west and tor a day
occupied fourth place. The Giants
I with Chicago and St. Louis are having
I a lp and tudt race for the honor of
j bringing up the rear of the first dl- ;
vision, all three being within striking
! distance of Pittsburg, which occupies
HI third place. Boston fell behind nd
I Philadelphia, although having a tight
hold on last place, improved its per
centage. : New York and Cleveland are fur-
H nlshlng plenty of excitement for the I
leadership of the American league I
W The Indians took the lead early In May
l and were displaced for a dav by the
B Yankees the week of Jul) 4 and again
H for a similar period last week. The)'
regained first place by defeating Hug-
H gins' men yesterday and both won yes-
!l Sneaker's Ipjiii 1-. still in bad
for lack of rood pitching, while New
York is winning games consistently by
heavy batting. Chicago maintains its
place hehind the leaders. A similar
situation to that In the National
league exists with three clubs Wash
ington. St. Louis and Boston fighting
for fourth place. Detroit and Phila
delphia have little chance to Improve
their positions although the Mack
men last week won a majority of their
games for the second time this season.
WETS HOLD MEET
S G VESTS OF CITY"
SFATTLE The National Wet
party, 'tie said met here In Municipal
Judge John B Gordon's court. They
called It the Morning After com entlon
and there were 134 delegates. Judge
Gordon called the roll and they nomi
nated John Barr l.eiuorne unanimous
ly. They answered the roll call not
with "here" but with 'guilty ' and
to each delegate Judge Gordon said.
"Fine'" and then he said. "Ten dol
lars!" Some of the delegates are
spending a short season as guests of
the city and others by arrangement
with the presiding officer, are leaving
the city hurriedly.
HAVE TO SERVE
WARRANT BY On.TA
SAN FRANCISCO Tired of the
failure of defendants, charged with
violating the fresh fruit law, to ap
pear. Judge Samuels announced he
would, Issue bench warrants. 'We'll
Issue a warrant for W. J. Pleasant
first." he announced. "No elan do!"
protested a Chinese fruit vendor In
court. 'You have got w-eegeo to
catchee hllm. He been dead man long
9 PINCHED WHEN
, PINCHED, SHE SAYS
m SAN FRANCISCO. Declaring that
m tho police literally pinched her when
they arrested her. Mrs Althea Head
i applied at a hospital here for treat- '
ment of bruises on her arms. She was
TBI escorted from a public meeting, by
j the police.
DODGER STAR I
Mitchell Hurling for Leaders
Loses First Game of Sea
son to Pirate Crew
W L Pet
Brooklyn 53 39 576
Cincinnati 48 38 . 55S
Pittsburg 44 40 f24
Chicago 46 47 .46
New York 43 44 I? I
Si Louis H4 4 .489
Boston 36 44 4 50
Philadelphia . 86 M 407
o-t nla '.-. RCflUltS.
At Pittsburg Brooklyn 4. Pittsburg
At Cincinnati New York 5, Cincin
At Chicago Philadelphia 2, Chicago
Al SI. IjUUIS O, Ol. Avuio Hi
Chicago at Boston
Cincinnati at Brooklyn.
St. Louis at New York.
Pittsburg' at Philadelphia
PITTSBURG, July 26. Pittsburg
knock?d Mitchell out of the box ves-1
terday, tha southpaw spitball pitcher1
losing his first game of the season.
The score was 5 to 4. W hllted a triple
in the eighth tied the score. after
Brooklyn had led seven singles Cut-!
shaw s single ser.l Whltted home with
the winning run. Score. R H. E.I
Pittsburg CIO 0
Brooklyn 4 10 0
Batteries; Pender and Henneier.
Mitchell. Cadore and Elliott.
CHICAGO, lul 26 Chicago bunch
ed hits yesterday and defeated Phila
delphia, ." to 2, In tho final gome of
the series. Score: R. H. E. j
I hlladelphia .2 7 I
Chicago . 6 10 1
Batteries; Klxey and Wheat; Alex
ander and Kllllfer.
ST. LOUIS, July 26 Powell's single
lo center In the ninth with the bases
full and two out gave Boston two runs
and a 3-to-2 victory over St. Louis yes-!
terunv in the deciding game of a Tie
of five. Score: R. H. E
St. Louis 2 8 2
Boston ... 3 9 Oj
Batteries: Doak, Sherdel. Haines
and Dllhoefer, Watson. McQulnlin and
CINCINNATI, July 26. The Giants1
won the odd game of the five-game
series from the Reds yesterday by bit
ting Salleo hard. The veteran left
hander was knocked out of the box In
tha sixth Inning and Luiiue was pound
cd freely. Score: R. H E
Now York 515 2
Cincinnati 2 8 2
Batteries: Toney and Smith. Salle,
Luoue : ml V.'lngo.
GUN CLUB HOLDS
Becker, Schufflebarger and
Ford Win Honors at Coun
try Club Traps
Enough shooters to make threej
-j . ids :i tended the holiday shoot h LI ,
Ivcsterday over the gun club traps, at
the Country club. The day was Ideal
for shooting and good scores result-1
ed. In the 50-blrd race for a point on
the Browning cup, Tony Bhufflebargef
was the winner, G. L. Becker high
with 4 9 actual breaks.
A 25-blrd vent was shot for a small
purse, the lucky men being Mclghan
land Worrell, first money; Freed and
Parnell for second.
The club was favored bv the first
visit of Paul Franke. of the Ogdcn
I Wholesale Drug, who shot for the first
time In seven eurs at the traps i irn
who will consult the shootln- records
will find that he was one of the best
pigeon and target phots in the country
at one time. Sam Sharman came up
ifrom fcalt Lake Sain had Just had his
' llirrtftl nndralnH i,rrrt -1 n A r-r.nl.1 1-iur.t-
i ly speak, but he certainly could shoot.
An c"-nt of targets handicapped
ifrom the -'l-'-ird line, was shot, the
result being that Ford flnthr-d high
with 4 9
Scores of the day were as follows
Becker 0 49'
Cave 12 49
Parnell 14 19
I Freed 4 48
Ford 0 47
Sharman 0 47
Franke 0 46
Worrell 12r 46
Melghan 14 45
Shuffle barger 8 45
Miller 12 41
Nye 12 40
Cook . . 12 40
West 12 40
Handicap. 21 Y'ords.
Becker I 47
PUPIL UNTHRONES HER TEACHER
AS QUEEN OF THE BRINY OCEAN
By DEW SNYDER
Neptune may be Jealous of Ameri
ca's swim stars, who are to go to Ant
werp, but about all he can really do
ahout it is to go ' take a jump in the
In mentioning new athletic marvels
Babe Ruth's name somehow seems to
weave Into It.
They're calling Miss Ethclda Blelb
trey the "Babe Ruth!1 of the ocean
now, Just as they called Man o"
War th "Babe Ruth" of the race
track a few weeks ago.
It resulted from tne Obmpic finals
at Manhattan Beach Bath, New York,
.recentlv, where Miss Bletbtrey set a
new world s sprint record for 300
meters, free style swim. Her time was
14 minutes 34 1-5 seconds, aa against
I the I uternation.il standard mark of 4
minutes and 48 seconds, established by
I Miss Fannie Durock of Yustralla. and
I Miss Frances Schroth s unllste " rec
! ord of 4 minutes and 40 1-6 seconds on
ia mi R wt pi ph.
oacK oi inai race men is n siqii
of how a pupil took the laurels away
from her closet friend and teacher.
Just two years ago. Miss Bleibtrtt
was sixteen vears old She became
interested In the sea. She tucked her
golden curls no under her rubber cap
and decided to make swimming a busi
ness. On the same beach there rule-d a
swimming nymph who also had beau
tiful golden hair. Phe was Miss Char
lotte Boyle, who had Just unthroned
Miss Claire Galllgan as queen of the
Bthelda and Charlotte looked so
much alike that people believed them
Then began that friendship which
has made ihem almost Inseparable for
the past two years.
At first Miss Boyle advised her pupil
Just to try and keep up with her as
they swam about. It was fast 'Tim
mlng th" for Miss Bleibtrey, but she
FISH M T PRINCE
The result was that the pupil at
tained the speed of her teacher They
toured Australia gnd the Hawaiian
Islands together for three months
where they fished the prince of Wales
out of the briny when he was injured
on a surf board
Since their return ihev have swam
almost dally together. They were gen
erally side by side, each watching the
other like a cat watchea a mouse.
They had reached the stage of rh -airy,
when friendship shades Into
Jealousy. "It's heart-breaking" said
Miss Boyle It's simply awful," Bald
Y; fnftfU m -
H ; L ,,l)
1 i i y
When one iprintc the other sprint
ed. When one slowed up the oilier
also slackened up hc" pace.
Miss Boyle until recently won most
of their dual racea iii 'he water
In the final race in th ilmpie
trials Charlotte injured her ankle Dn
leaving the board and was unable to
Both will -- to Antwerp teacher
and pupil It will take faster mer
maids to be:t them than the record'
WEE GEE SAYS j i I
For studying geography 7Z jj&j T
The pug don't give two raps, , Ny
And yet ho Is quite versatile ,'lcliK-3
In mating over mapB. 'w uSir
Keep your ayes on I'ncle Wllberl
And his friakj Flatbush boys,
For the're making apple-cider
With that Moran orchard noise.
This spring the dope wrs very "Red,'
Pat would t;:ke It In a walk.
Put you'll notice h the papers
Quite a little Flatbush talk.
The world champs lei the series
Blow their cheats out 'bout a mile
Ami failed to play the steady ball
That can beat the Flatbush style.
Uncle Wllbert has a ball club,
As its record plainly shows
So don t gasp If there's a pennant
Where the Flatbush cider flows.
-e the Robins going to spoil an
all-uhlo i h.implonship in politics and
bascb..!l this fall ?
Pat Moran s little Red wagon fln
i ished the first half of the 1920 sea-
son in second gear.
HE TALKED Y ELL
WITH His KNIFE
j ARON. S a bum army. ' declared
' foreigner to Roy Chartain. 22, here
"8 not. It's a good army'" returned
Chartain. The stranger made another
i observation concerning the l nlted
i States armed forces Bowie: Char
' tain hit him on the ear Stranger
dren a knife Chartain's getting bet-
ter In a hospital as cops search for
PI ZZLE TO SCKESTWJfB
LONDON. - - Scientists here are
seeking to determine the nature and
! origin of a dead animal washed up by
jihe waves in Scotland the either daj
' The size of a horse, with four short
J legs, the beast was covered with long
cream-colored hair Some believe h
a young mammoth washed loose from
a glacier and others a prehistoric
FENCER CANNOT GO.
NEW YORK, July 26 George H
Breed, eaptaln of the Anrrlean Olym
pic Fencing team announced toda
that owing to business reasons, he
would be unable to accompany the'
tam to Antwerp when it sail today
Major F W. Honeycutt L'nlted States
army, will succeed him
The Flatbush bovs have been kinda
takln' the miracle boys more or less
A good pitching staff that is steady;
SJ a clock has b-en clocking games
pretty consistently for Lncle Wilbert.
If they d let Hod Eller shine tho
ball and g!e Slim Sallee some rosin,
; the Reds would look a lot redder. i
I Cincinnati finished the first half
of the 1013 season 86 points higher
up than thev came oxer with this
' f '
But we haen t forgotten Mor.m's
speed during the last half of the dash
la.st season They copped Just 50 out
of 70 games
There isn't any fluke stuff about
i Brooklyn's lead In tho John Heydlerl
. . .
Right now Flatbush elder has more
i of a kick In It than dago Red."
FIGHT OUT UN VI B.
I KANSAS CITY. July 26. Wallace
j Bales and Edmund I aw. California,
fought out the finals In the Missouri j
Valley tennis singles title on the Kan
sas i'lty Athletic club court here yes
,terda Hates winning In straight sots.
18-6, 7-6; 8-6. Lov's defeat was ac
; complished despite his consistent ten-;
nl and brilliant plas by Bates whirl-
wind attack Charles Spelce and Ben
Parks Oklahoman. defeated Dlxj
iTeachnor and Walter Newell, Kansas
City, In the doubles semi-final Phil
Brook Smith Ames. Iowa and Msr
rlll Iuibach of Kansas Oltv deft tad
Howard Penfold and Phil Bagbj
SIAMESE HAVE A
SENSE OF HUMOR
LONDON. Siamese students, says a!
London educator, define some words
Liar A bad adjective for boy
Kick A verb of the foit.
Hop A verb of the frog.
Wig Hypocrite hair.
WINNER OF RACE.
PARIS. July 26. In the 5,500 kilo
meter bicycle race yesterday, Thys.
I who In Dupuy won ihe Bldaj r u e at
Brussels In 1 9 1 9, finished f I r t . I
3c 'ill "'J
The death of Charles E Courtney is j
a loss to all good American sportsmen,
for somehow "Pop" Courine stood fo: i
everything Rood in American sports
Although his was a sport in which
not nian engage and not many en-1
Joy rowing his r.amo was known
from coast to coast among follower-'
of all pastimes.
Courtney's career is typical of
American coaches The stand for the
highest type of American manhood ;
both physical and mend for "Pop"!
Courtney insisted that his men keep
as well up in their studies as thev did
their athletic pastimes "Pop" court
ney has passed lut he has left a name'
that will not sotn bo forgotten.
SIS AND TY
SAJs' FFvANClSCO Fans hero wiP
see both George Sisler and Ty Cobb
ibis fall. Cobb plays in an exhibition
series and Sisler Is going to Honolulu j
wiih Buck Weaver's ail stars
DETROIT. Babe Pinelll furnishe
the main show on the Tigers' infield.
Although the tesua has been accused1
of showing a "tion't-care" spirit, Pin-1
elll is full of pep
SEATTLE. Ervin Daily, University
of Washington works his way through
school, supports .t wife and bab, cap
tains football and track squads, be
longs to a frat, and studies law.
FISTIC GOLD MINE
NEW YORK - Willie Jackson finds
the ring one ,-eai gold mine Since
January 12 he has had lii bouts, which
netted him a total or 151,400, His j
biggest singlp cut was $12,500.
DES MOINES Frank Wilson of,
the Western leaeue and Westervelt of
the Virginia circuit are receiving
showers of compliments for their hid
piring instead of pop bottle showers.
CHICAGO. George Oswego plan I i
stage championship or near champion
ship bouts in his new East Chlcniru
arena every two weeks. It will seat
A divorce suit Is often Included in I
the wardrobe of the actress for ad-j
vertlslng purposes '
books show they have In foreign
Almost as Interesting Is the case of
Miss Betty Grimes, one of America s
high divers who has been selected for
Betty Is a Minneapolis girl There
Is no dive too hazardous for her to
attempt. iint. of her favorite stunts is'
what she calls a "Minneapolis Special."
It's full of loops and grace
When she first attempted to leave
a spring board she hit tho water flit j
and was knockeel unconscious Her
grit ruled over her feelings. She dldn t
Now she holds all northwestern
swimming records for women and has
added the national high diving cham
pionship to her long list of records.
These water nymphs aren't so very
delicate. Miss Boyle is the heaviest
with her ISfi pounds. Mlas Orlmes Is
next with 146. while Miss Bleibtre.v's
I w eight is 116,
WHAT THEY SAY '
i Dim K ne.
Since Tommy Gibbons has returned
I from Europe he has been having trou-
ble getting bookings, Eddie Kane,
his manager, says.
We want a crack at Bob Moha and
we want a Dempsey match for Mil
I waukee. Hasn t Tom beaten every
' light-heavy In the country and dldn t
I he ge to England and throw a terrible
scare into Joe Beckett, besides fright
ening every other European boxer In
to his hole. Juat nanm one raan In
this country up to and Including ISO
pounds that Tom hasn't licked, our
! trip to England wasn't such a dlsap
I pomtment even If we. dldn t g&t any
fight. Tom wanted to see Ireland.
It Is a shame the way they treat
American fighters abroad "
Fit INC is HJIMET.
Scores being turned In by Francis
j Ouimet indicate that ho is playing
I better golf than he did back in HO 6.
I ouimet says;
"Age onlj makes a fellow love his
golf more. The way I feel now I'm
sorry when we reach the eighteenth
green. In the last few years I was
always glad when a match was over,
but this year I'm sorry I haven'',
another round to play when a match
JIM III. IMM INS.
When Jack Dempsey visited Sunny
I Jim" Fltzsimmons' Four Leaf Clover
1 club in New York. Jim looked him
over ana coinmcnicu.
"By gum, boy, you're certainlvj
built for speed. Youre a regular
Man o' War. You've got a grip in
your hand like a vise. Thev told nie
thai when a fellow started making
movies he got soft and flabby. But l
guess that s all bosh. After Iooklngi
you over why I'd almost recommend'
a course In celluloid for the boys I
NEW RECORD SET IN
MASON CITY. Ia., July 26.
Charles Spencer, St Louis professional,
set a new world's record for open com
petition for the Hazard trophy, em
blematic of the worlds double target)
championship hero toda: when he'
broke 97 out of the possible SO pairs
The former record, 96 out of 100 tar
gets, was made by William K Idlcy nfi
Whatchser, Iowa, at Denver In 1912
and equalled b Clarence Piatt of
Bridgetown, N J.. in the grand Ameri
can handicap at Chicago In 1917
P. H. u'Brien of Butte, Mont., and
Mort Vnderson of Errlll Iowa, tlerl for
Bi pond place with '.'5, while Joe Kaut
slii of Foit Dodge, Iowa, was third
C. A. Gunning of Longmont. Colo ,
won the Dupont trophv In the single j
taiget championship by breaking 49
out of a possible 60 In the shoot-off
with Frank Hughes of Mobrldge, South
Dakota. Hughes broke 4S. Gunning.
Hughes and P H O'Brien of Butte.
Mont . had tied on the first 100 tar
gets with scores of 9S.
A man never appreciates the gift of j
a solltair diamond more than when
he holds the other three aces 1
Many a Pretty Face B .
. Spoiled by Pimples
Unsightly Disfigurations Tell of
Don t close your eyes to the warn
ing which nature gives, when unsig'it
Iv pimples appear on your face and
other parts of the body
Not only are these pimples and
splotches disfiguring, but thry Ipaej to
serious skin diseases that spread and
cavse the most discomforting irrita
tion and pain. Sometimes they fore
tell Eczema, bolls, blisters, scaly erup
tions and other annoyanc that burn
like flames of fire, and make you feel
that your skin Is ablaze.
When these symptoms appear on
any part of the body, take prompt
COAST LEAGUE J
W L Pet-
Vernon 67 46 .578 IflH
Salt l-ake l 'Hi . H
Los Angeles ... fi0 h2
S.in Francisco 58 a4 .olH jfj I
Portland 10 mWkm
Seattle 51 60
I f.-ikland 50 65 4.1
Sacramento 4S 64 -- HRi
Seattle 9. 18; Salt Lake 6. 9. HB
Los Ahgelea 9, I; Vernon 6, 8. t H
San Fran I si o 7, 8 ' lakland ! J. if
Portland LI, I; Bacramento HH
Bees Drop Double w 9
Header to Seattle V
9AT.T 1 MCE CITY July 26. Salt M C
Lake loat both ends of the double- V
h Ider lu re xevterday. the Seattle club lirffii
taking the firs- game. 9 to 6. and I MjHP
walking of! with Becond honors, 1 8 to I
' in !'i ragged exhibitions of the na-
tlonal game The Bees not only ;i
j dropped the double-header, but they wW t
also fell Into second place in the 'SMBS!
I league race Salt Lake was outpltched fjLrnP
louthil and outplayed in yesterday's 9Me
I During the series which closed yes-
'terday the Seattle crew won six of fficlP
the eight games played. JS
Score (first game); R H. E. f '
Senile 9 16 0 I
Salt Lake 8 18 1 I 1
' lec Geary and Adams. Thurs- I '
ton and Jenkins. HnN
y, ort 1 i.m 8 in . P. H E.
, ... IS - IS 0 Hi,
Salt Lake 9 15 6 IM
Batteries .-icbold and Baldwin; W
Cu'.lop. r.ould, Bromley and Byler HH
I r.c Kn5Sf
Coyotes and Beavers Hj
Each Win One Game ;
SACRAMENTO July Portland Wkh'
and Sacramento divided yesterday's n
twin bill and broke even on the week's MbbKPcJ.
series, each ageregatlon winning four BfiL''i;t;
games. Tho Portlanders won the first R ?'
game, 11 to 5. the locals copping tho ki I
j second contest. 7 to 4. B!fc'
Score (first game); R. H E. Rh";
Portland 11 1J 2 R-
'Sacramento 5 10 4 li
Batteries. Poison. Sutherland and Hats
Tohln' Malls and Cady IA'
I Score (second game). R. H. E. fciP "'
Portland 4 11 2 !!!
Sacramento 7 10 3 3ls
Batteries. Boss and Tohln; Prough K '.ji'j ,''
and Schang. '
Tigers Trim Angels i.
Taking Lead in Race c
LOS ANGELES. July 26. Los Ang- Pf, 1
eles and Vernon split the twin bin here
yesterdav-, the former taking the first 1'!- . '
game. 9 to 6. while Vernon captured fiM'
the second melee, 8 to 3 By winning !
the seconil contest and by Salt Lake's MBfc"''
double defeat the Tigers went into R1t!
first place In the league standing T'
Score (first game): R H E.
Vernon 11 1 ''
Los Angeles 9 14 0 PB
Batteries Plercey, Houck. Long, I , ',
Dell and DeVormer; Crandall, Hughes, i
Keating and Basler. Bk''
Score (second game): R. H. E. H(. .1
.Vernon 8 15 3 fl
1 ,oa Angeles 3 5 1 v
Batteries: Mitchell, Dell and De- Rbk '
ormer. Thomas. Pertica and Lapan. gi' -;
oo B HB
Seals Take Double il
Header From Acorns n
SAN FRANCISCO, July 26. Tho L
Seals walloped the Oaks in two games
here yesterday, winning the first con-
test 7 to 3 and the last tilt 8. to 3, in 4fl
twelve Innings In the second game MBBH
the Seals c ha sad over five runs In the Q
Score (first game). R H E. fH
San Francisco 7 13 2 H
Oakland 3 12 2
fane) R n. e. i'
San Francisco 8 17 0
Oakland 3 1C 3 BH
Batteries Scott and Agnew; R. BRI
Arlett and Mltz HHI
j,'ps to rid the blood of t.hcso dfsor- V
ders And the one remedy which lias W
no equal as a blood cleanser is S. S S., A
the purely vegetable blood medlcire, i
which h;is been on tho market for t
more than fifty vears. It is sold by L
druggists everywhere. Wi lt
you are afflicted with any fo,m 111.
o' skin disease do not expect to bn ill P:
etireel by lotions, rintmenfs, salves and B
other local remedies, as I : can not W
possibly reach .he, source of the trou- f
J ble, which is in the blocd. Begin tak
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history of your ca$- to our clef medi- BL' ?
cal adviser who will give you rpecbl
In.nnirtlons, without charge. Write at l&Kl
once .o Medical Director, 60S Swift 1-?'
I Laboratory, Atlanta C,a,.
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