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V FRIDAY EVENING. AUGUST 20, 1920. 1HL UUULi 31 auakiaaiviiinlK 11 I
i IE f IETS
I DEFEAT IN MILE
American Champ Goes Down
to Worst Defeat in Entire
V j Career
I.H AXTWEHP, Aug It. (By The As-
H sotlated Press). English runners to
Bh day dethroned the American star mile
KH runner. Jole W. Ray. of the Illinois
C.i In the 1.500 meters r t
H Olympic punN U WjM the second
most sensational fool race of th
cnth ulymplad, Ixlne Just a little
hort of the thrills of the MiO metres
H All competitions today were held
JHHfl In tl. 1 i'.i. c r . .'hi.-io.-
somethlnK of a home-like atmosphere
7" They scored Impressively two firsts.
a second ,ind a sixth place for sixteen
"r point?, unc loss than the Americans.
.fcy wh won one first, two thirds and
llu our fifth for seventeen points. Swe-
aE one second, one fourth and one fifth
HK place for ten points
The big up-sel came in the running)
nfe by A. G. Hill and P. J. Baker, both;
Umm Englishmen, of Ray off his feet. While i
Jj a few experts and trainers had ex-
peeled Ray would have difficulty most
I w j Americana supposed him to be invlne-j
)ol'v ar)d wagered on him according!)
I Hud the adherents of th" Englishmen
I been more plentiful they could have'
j made what Is known In .poitlnK par-
' lanco as a ' killing ' in the betting
The calibre of the runners was deni-'
onetxated bj the time of the winner.
four minutes one and four-fifths - c
iM onds on a slow, tain .-caked track
r Till?' time wa.s onlj six sect ndl more-1
k70v.. than the world'i record
HK Ray. who finished eighth was cen-
JSjH surcd by some of the athletic author!-
H ties for his tactics against the classyl
kJiH field. They maintained that instead
dcflM of trying to set the pace at the start
At Kay should have reserved hl energj
for a fast sprint near the en-l
Ty Cobb s proposed exhibition tour
of Taclfic Coast cities this winter
hangs in the balance
if the Georgia Peach can t glisten
HV forth in his ukl-tlme luster he won t
HV be an attraction anywhere. He is no
longer a star. Ty Is just a great player.
.JVJ The public Is fickle. It wants only
: wJ to see a star that is a star still They
HlH do not care to gaze upon the sensa-
4H I tions of yesterday. The man oi the
' -M)MJ hout gets theh attention and their
vSAVJ Already "Doc" Mrub, the man who'
uH planned Cobb 16 -game exhibition
jjlB Winter tour, is thinking a over. Ty i
hW would not go treat unices gien a tre-
mendous lart;. guarau:e, and Strut)
LTM has his doubts about the peach heln '.
ScAKT able to draw even that in his present,
u$1Bj status in the American League.
jjSH Babe Ruth is the man Who Is to j
EH come out of the 1920 campaign as
H the wonder man. He Is the slugger
of tho age. The fans of today have j
L"9fl developed a thirst for his kind of ;
P Cobb's legs arc s hak . He can't'
B score from second on a bunt any more'
r'iffll was what mad him in attraction.
k ics, the public is fickle Jt cure
mfljHi nothing for tho stars of yosterda
rJVV Only idols of the moment count. So
rjivW it is that the world moves on from I
r8BIj one wonder to the next
A IT WAS w ORTH IT
fJM OKLAHOMA CITY- D driving; out I
WHJj a homer with the score tied in the
isTj twelfth Inning, Shortstop Darrlngcr of,
rlSiSf1 the Oklahoma Booners heat Tulsa and;
5ffJ is $500 richer. A crowd of B00O Joy-1
BgS ous fans thelled out.
Pss CP CHANCES
9H PITTSBL'FtG JImi.O Poherty.
JHH Carnegie 'fech shortstop, and Maure . '
Ol former Princeton baseball tar ha e !
Py turned down flattering offers from big1
1 aKiii- srn its Th' j pri-fei business:
SAXiVE HELPS WW
'ZM' NEW TORE The Giants are now
'.jH playing on a regular bonus system I
H When a pitcher wins he is handed a
JH check for a poclU sum of coupons, j
H Extra monev promised for copping
9H . the old muslin.
I LEST WE FORGET.
ffiHj The rueteonc career of the Hon Mr
SB Babe Ruth bids fair to put ihe record
IB of another pretty fair ball player in
eclipse for ihe lime being
'B May one not say a word on behalf
CT ol oue Tvrus Ravmond Cobb, the Geor-
WAKES HEW NURK
Representatives of East Shoot
Like Veterans, Smashing
CAMP PERRY, Ohio. Aug. 13 The
j Massachusetts Ch ilian team made good
I today In the wlndup of the Herrlck
trophy match when It not only land
I cd first place but broke a world's
j record, having piled tip 1.735, out of
(a possible l.fcOO over the S00, 900 and
I 1.000-yard ranges The- previous
worlds record was '.732. established
by the former Massachusetts team In
A second world s record was brok
I en today h Captain G L. Watklns
I Pasadena, Calif., an instructor In the
small arms firing school, who scored
224 out of ft possible 225 over the S00,
900 and L,000 ard ranges while shoot-
Ing in the team match
M. Pody, of the t'nlted 5?tates cav
' aliy. Fort Clark. Tex., was first in
the President's match, scoring 29fi out
of a poaslbU 800 with 99 at 200 rapid I
I fire. 99 at 600 :dow and 9$ at 300 .dow,
HIGH ! V
At the small bore ranges the na
tional Individual match was contin
ued, it W. Ballard. Douglas. Ariz,
nrae high man with 36 out of a pos
sible 4 00. scoring 195. at fifty yards,
and 191 at 100 ards.
K K. Stewart. Washington, ranked
second with 394
For the one hundred ard sweep
f t iKc.j ii. t . Atherton. Chicago, wns
leading with 99 out of a possible 100,
L. U Morris, New Mexico, and Lee
Wolfe of Columbus, uhlo, gave 98'
each for second
With four entries, the adjutant gen-'
eral s match opened today, deing shot
on the 206 yatd ranges, with 10 shots
eaofl for record Among the partlcl-'
pants was Adjustaut General Jumci
i: t. Lelffhton, Butte, Mont., and
K Btokefli Washington, D. C , arc
tied in the off-hand match with 92
each out of possible 100 at 200 yarils
Willi 20 shots for record.
NEW I I MM, M HIM
if n SE .l LL WJTJSGS
(Bj International Sews SerVloe.)
LONDON. The Creator was right,
after all, is the conclusion of tht
Blackburn Aeroplane company, which
has Jun produced a fixing machine
winch ha vmhc- sh.p.-d like those of
a seagull. S
This new type combines high lift
ing power with low resistance against!
the air. W ith thtso new wings a load l
Ing of thirteen pounds per square foot!
can be obtained. Aerial experts say
this will make freight cargoes by air
The "Pelican four-ton aerial lorry" j
lias been built by the Bl ackburn firm
to demonstrate the new idea The
machine, a monoplane, hay a wing-;
span of Tlfi feet, is fitted with two;
160-horee-ppwer Kapjer engines, audi
the propellers are fitted on to shaft
behind the plane With om- engine;
running th- machine can flj and'
climb at a speed of 7 2 miles an hour.1
The aeroplane will arr four tons,
of freight, at 't cost of two shilling.
(forty cents) a mile
W ILL SB! I LE HONORS.
CHICAG". A ii- 19 Jock Hutchin
son of Chicago, Hairy Hampton of
Richmond. Va., George McLean of
Great Neck. N. V. and J Douglas I
Edffar of Atlanta. Ga.. today won their i
waj into the semi-finals of the cham-l
plonship play of the Professional Golf-!
era' aSBOl lation.
gia Peach Bnbe is the world's greaf j
est slammer When you have said'
that of Babe, he's done.
But this Tyrus is some slammer
himself, and hts' some fielder and he's
some base runner and base stealer.
Let's look Ty over. He's played 15 j
years with Detroit. He's played In I
over 1970 games His hatting average j
over ihe stretch of years snjs .311.
There's something to shoot at. In sev
en of his 15 years he rapped out over,
200 hits a year In 40 consecutive
games he "connected" safelj Jn one
game In 1911 he had 10 chances in his !
field, accepled them all nnd fielded
1000 For L6 years Tj has baited over
300 in every ear but Ihe Firs)
Injury has kepi him out of many)
games this year, but there's an army I
of fans the country over who are ready j
to crown him the best all round player,
the game has ever seen, when he's
ready to retire. And it. is likely that 1
Ilabe Ruth would be glad to make the-1
vjfl While no action has been taken byl
SlB I the Utah high school athletic assocla-
Cflj Hon In regard to forming six divisions i
5jy lor football teams for lh' omlng
B . teason, it is TObable that stepo will
. be taken immediately by officials of
j the organization. Many of the coaches
IV throughout the state favor the new
1 rn Rock'' Funk, winner of the
440 yard dash in tho interscholastlcs
over O'Kecfe of Ogden last spring,
rated as one of the best gridders in
the state will play the fullback posi
tion for the West high school Panlh
ers during the coming season.
Roy Mclntyre, former University of
Utah grid star and at one HniH one
Bf of the greatest punters in the Rocky
H Mountain conference has been algtu d
to coach the West high school grid
ders during the coming scaEon. Coach
1 ltomer Christenscn will bt- retained
Hi for baseball, basketball and track.
Hi Several new menlors will make then
Hj debut next month Including Mclntyre.
J At the L. l 8 Stan Anderson. "D"
HJ athlete will hold the reins At Davis
high school V. Ilford Romney will iji in
I charge, at Ogden high Carl Peterson
will direct the work Other new
I j 0 aches will be located in other
Hw i schoo'.H of the state It is reported.
fl Leatec Jarvla, one of the greatest
H j athletes ever developed at the Ball
ml I. ir.e high school and on of the best
bets ever registered at the U A. C..-I
will wear the colors of the Ogden Ath-'
letic association in grid garner this i
season .Iai Is w as all conference end
on the Aggie team in 1919 and Is rated)
as one of the preate.xt players that ever
wore the blue and white of the Aggie
Glen Dee. halfback on th Aggie
team of 1919, and a former Ogden
high school star will not return to the
l.ogan fold this fall according to an
announcement made by Dee yester
da Dee's loss Is 6ure to be felt, as
ho was one of Coach Romnev i.nest
Iew Falck will be one of the few
lllB veterans to reenter the Aggie
school this season according to Dee
Andrua, Jarls. Cannon. Hansen. Hart'
and oilier veterans have left school
and their loss is sure to cripple the
chances of the Aggies
Arrangements for the Fast high, I
Long Beach high xchool conte.-t are I
maturing and complete details Will be
announced during the earl- part of
September according to Ott Romney.
Leopard mentor The game wll be
plrted at Bait 1-ake
Homer Warner, member of the
American Legion Rrtd machine last
season and coach of the Davit high
school basketball Champions, will ni
ter the University of Pennsylvania this
fall. Warner was a former gden
high school athlete.
LEAVE IT TO JOIE RAY!
IYANK MILLER IS SMOOTHEST RUNNINGS
MACHINE IN THE WORLD
By DEAN SNYDER
The smoothest piece of running
machinery that ever pulled on a spike
i; th,. fellow. Jole Ray.
W hen he put on a few skips around i
the Olympic stadium cinder path at
Antwerp on the arrival of the yanks I
tho Kumpean 'harp? looked him over;
Hi-, race in the 1920 Olympics may
be his last Jole stated before sail
Ins that he Is planning to retire from
the sprinting Rame to take up boxing.
The preat mller Is 26 ears old now.
He has reeled off more miles than
any other amateur In the world, per
haps Alnavs he lias been a cons'ant
winner His impetuousness and keen
enjoyment in running has played a
big part in makinc him a mercury
He holds the American champion
ship foi the mile In 4 minutes 1 4 2-5
EATS DP WORK
Binge going to Belgium P,a has
coi.e through -Mnir -trenuous work
outs. He ract-il the mile In 4 minutes'
and 1 : s(.onds the second da after
the team arrived at the stadium.
Following the workout bookies'
switched then odds, making Ray a
7 to 1 favorite, while Hill was men
tioned at 7 to 5 odds.
Raj was clocked on foreign son
foi BOO metres at 1 minute and 7
seconds for a new worlds rciord,
GREAT I.i: SLIPS-.
CINCINNATI The great ' is In
d. nger ol being removed from Grover
MexahderS name this season Several
clubs have knocked him from the hil
NEW CORK When the new home
of the V.nikees Is built it w 111 lie mod
eled after the Polo Grounds so as to
hae the accustomed mark for Rabe
Ruth a.- Co to shoot at, according toj
MAY LOSE PRATT.
! NEW T RK Deri 111 Pratt, Yankee
second baseman, is considering an of-i
ter to coach basehall and assist in foot - '
ball at the University of Michigan Hej
wa; at one time a star on the grid-l
REDS GAIN LEAD
IN LEAGUE RACE
Dodgers Go Down to Defeat
at Hands of Champs In
W L, Pet.
Cincinnati 62 46 574
Brooklyn 63 49 563
New Vork 60 50 .545
PlltSburs 57 52 .523
Chicago 56 59 .487
St. Louie 51 60 .459
Boston 47 57 .452
Philadelphia .- .'. ... 44 67 3H6
At Philadelphia Philadelphia o,
Pittsburg 2. (Twelve Innings. j
At Cincinnati Brooklyn 2, Cincin
At St Louis Boston-St Louis game
mced up to Sunday.
Boston at St Louis
Brooklyn at Cincinnati
New ork at Chicago.
Philadelphia at Pittsburg
CINCINNATI, Ohio. Aug 20. The
Ri ds strengthened their hold on Mrst
place in the National league by beat
ing Brooklyn, their nearest rival, in
a thirteen-innlng Kami yesterday, 3 to
Reuther and Grimes pitched shutout
ball tor seven innings In the eighth.
Brooklyn scored two runs. With two
cut In the last half of the inning, the
Reds tied the scoro
Grime was exhausted by the ex
treme heat and was relieved by Cadorc
atter ten innings 8corc R. H. E.
Brooklyn 2 18 2
Cincinnati 3 11 0
Batteries. Grimes, Cadoie and El
liott, Miller. Reuther, Bailee, Ring and
PITTSBl'RG. Aug 20 Philadelphia
defeated Pittsburg in a twelve-inning
game yesterday, 6 to 2
Williams led off In the twelfth with
a three-bagger and scored on Hamil
ton's wild pitch. Score: R H E
Philadelphia 5 8 2
Pittsburg z t j
Batteries Meadows, Enzman and
Wheat, Carlson, Hamilton and Hi-n-ntfer.
IK ( FT SUGAR WITHIN
MONTH IS PREDICTED
Hy lni i national News Service.)
N H VuKK Sugar which has re.
cently gone as high as thirty cents
a pound retail and was often difficult
to get at that price, will probably be
selllnR around eighteen to twent) oents
a pound wthin another month, it was
predicted by an authority on the sugar
situation here The retail price at
present, he said. Is from twenty to
iwiniy-tive cents a pound.
For the lat two or three week
there has been a gradual decline in
sugar prices due to the Increased sup
pi) attracted her because of the high
prices Now beet sugar from the Pa
cific Coast will coon b available, and
It Is gent-rally believed that sugar
win he plentiful this winter at rea
ANTWERP, Aug. 19 Th ama
teur Greco-Roman wrestling cham
pionship wet divided between Swe
den ond Finland tonlcht. Bweden win
ning two and Finland three first in I
0. HIPPUS WINS
I GREAT WESTERN
j DAVENPORT, la. Aug. 19. E '.
, Hip pus won he 2:06 pace and BIhcU
i Diamond look first money in the 2 14
i trot In today's Gieat Western circuit
I i aces at the Mississippi Valley fan.
I 2 09 pace, purse 1660: Hn7el Kues
i ner, won. Gra Hal. second, Pat T ,
third Best time. 2 09 1-4.
2 06 pace. PUrsC $730 I'. C. llip
pu won. Axtld, second; Banner M..
third Best time 2 11 1-4
j 2:14 trot, purse $1,200 Black Dla
; mond, won: SplkatOlUS, second Hand
. feme Rlngen. third Best time,
12 13 1-4
WHAT THEY SAY
Judging from some of the tactn
being pulled by former Federal
U.iguers recently, Del Howard, man
ager of the Oakland club of the Coast
1-ague. says many of the players evi
dently did not leave their bad habltn
behind. Del says.
"i understand that some of the Fed
eral league players did many queer
hings Sonic oi them didn't leave
I their bad habits behind them When
I the outlaw circuit disbanded. Look
over the list of players involved In
'scandals in baseball in recent months
land you will find that tho majority
I r :' them arc former Federal leaguers.
'That should be sufficient proof that
jevervthlng was not on the up-an'up in
tht outlaw organisation "
Dempsey isn t t.iklnK any of the re
sponsibility of whom he meets In the
ting In answer to the criticism of
the proposed bout with Miske, he says
"Say, now, listen I don't have any
thing to do or say about tho technical
lilies of any . f my matches. I leave
lull that to Jack Kc-arns He's got tho
noodle for this corporation And any
thing he signs for goen Rut there's
one thlnft l don i iu.o about the i-ahor
Dav battle I don't think Mlsko has
I Improved any since I last met him and
I I know I have Blllv Is in great con
dition acMn. the'- say, I sincerely hop
I know a husky athlete
Whose name is Tommy Tan
noDj He nays ho can hoave a shot
Much farther than a cannon;
And now if Bolshevists got wise
Our boys'll be in clover.
They'll hand the shots to Tom
And he'll shoot 'em ovor.
Indians Take Fast Contest
From Yankees by 3-to-2
W L. Pet.
'Cleveland 1 63" j
It Ihlcago ... 71 43 626
New York ....73 45 .619;
SL Louis 55 55 .500
I Boston 52 60 464
Washington 4h CI 44".
Detroit i TO 379
Philadelphia 36 -321J
At Philadelphia Chicago-Philadelphia
b'.mie postponed, wet grounds.
At Boston Detroit 4, Bocton 0
! At New Vork Cleveland 3. New
Chicago at Philadelphia
Cleveland at Boston,
j No other games scheduled.
NEW YORK. Aug 20. Cleveland,
made it two out of three by defeating
New York yesterday, 3 to 2
I The game was slow, although It was
0 -pitching duel between Caldwell and
8hawkej Kuth made h's torty-third
1 home run in the fourth Inning, hit-j
tine, the- ball over the tight-field stand ;
The Cleveland players and Lewis,1
Pipp and Shore of the Yankees went
to Cleveland tonight to attond the fu
neral tomorrow of Uav Chapman.
Bl ore. it H. E.
Cleveland 3 7 l.
New York 2 6 lj
Batteries; Caldwell and O'Neill;
Shawkey and Ruel
BpSTON. Aug. 20 Leonard held
Boston to three hits yesterday and De
troit won, 4 to 0
Detroit hit Bush hard.
Score. R. H- E
1 Detroit 4 13 1
Boston 0 3 1
Batteries. Leonard and Stanage,
J. Bush and Schang.
EU3RRK K WINS
JACKSON, .Mich, Aug. 19 Jack;
Herrick, of Kalamazoo. gained a
slight hadc over Sergeant George
Norcros-s of Toledo In ten rounds of
terrific milling here tonight.
ANTWERP. Aug 19 The Araerl-,
can rugby football team, the gym
nasts and oarsmen tor the double and I
single sculls armed today from the
ho Is Naturally I expect to win, but
1 devoutly hope for one ililnp, and that
i foi Billy to give mi a good, hard,
tough battle. I need one"
Lanky Bob Mcusel la having his 1 11
Uc uis and downs keeping a place on
the Yankee outfield, but nevertheless
lie wallops the bull to all alleys, and!
that k the kind of a roll New York Is
pla nig He says:
1 don't find the pitching any harder
to hit up here than 1 did on ths Pa
cific coast. I in hitting 30 point. ab.jvo
the mark I finished with out there
Everyone seems to be slugging thi
year The ball doesn't stem to be any)
livelier than it was a year axo. but
v e are a f I Irving to put at much force
behind It as Ruth Is using. That. In!
my opinion, accounts for the heat I
llugglng. It is more fun to slug than
to Just place-hit the ball around." I
W. I Pet.
Sr,U Lake 76 69 .563
j Vernon 78 61 661
San Francisco 69 67 507
iSeattle 66 68 493
Portland 64 66 .492.
los Amrelcs . 67 70 .489
OaklAnd c: 75 460
Sacramento 59 77 .434
Salt Lake 0. San Francisco 2.
Seattle 3 Vernon I
Oakland 0 Portland "
Sacramento 5. Los Angeles l
Oaks Blanked in
Fast Contest 2 to 0
PORTLAND. Aug. 20 Oakland lost I
a hard fought game here yesterday,
the Beavers winning 2 to 0. Brooks
and Arlett mixed In mound duel
wjth tP odds In favor of the former
slat Score: R. H. E.
Oakland .. -. o e o
Portland 2 6 3
Bfttories: R Arlett and Mitse;
Brooks and Kochlcr.
Rainiers Even Series
With Tiger Aggregation
SEATTLE. Aug. 20 Seattle evened
up with the Tigers here yesterday
when they copped the second game of
itho series. 3 to 1 Geary. on the
'slab for th winners, allowed hut five
!hits Score: R. II E
I Vernon 2 5 2
Seattle 3 8 1
I Battei les: Plercey. Schellenbach
land DcYormer; Geaij and Adams.
Lewis Holds Bees to !
Two Scratch Bingles
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 20 Sam
l ewis held the Bees helpless here yes-j
Iterday, winning by a score of 2 to 0
Dm Ing the entire matinee Lewis had
the Bees eating out of his palm, al
lowing but two hits. both of the
scratch variety. Sheely obtained both
Ihitu for the Bees. Score: R. H E.
Salt Lake 0 2 1
I San Francisco t 9 2
1 Batteries Gould Cullop and By
lerj Lewis and Agnew,
Angel Crew 5 to 1
LOS ANGELES. Aug. 20 Los An
pcs lost to the Senators here yester
day, 5 to 1. The Angels played listless
ball nnd made five errors during the
ctj nir Score: R. H. E
Sacramento 5 fi o
Los Angeles 1 7 5
Batteries. Prough and Cooke, Keat
lnjr and Bassler.
Miske Starts Active
Work for Dempsey Tilt
CHICAGO, Aug 19. Billy Miske.
St. Paul heavyweight who meets Jack
Dempsey, the title holder, in the
championship match at Benton Har
bor, Mich.. Labor day, has started
strenuous training here. He has en
caged a gymnasium where ho went
through a workout today.
Milton Makes Good I
Time in Trial Run
ELGIN, III., Aug. 19 Tommy Mil
ton. winner of last year's Elgin road
race classic, came within six second?
of the lap record today in the second
da of practice for Saturday's 250-mile
race over the local course.
On his fourth timed lap he made
the eight and one-quarter miles in
.'Ix minutes and nineteen seconds. Hit H
I .slowest time was 0:26 1-5 and other :
trials were timed at h 22 and 0;20 1-5.
I The late Spencer Wlshart set the
I record with 6:13 in the race in which
he was killed in 1914.
Chief Bender Hurls l
No Hit No Run Game
NEW HAVEN Conn, Aug. 19.
Chief Bender, one time star pitch
er of the Philadelphia Americans, and
now manager Of 'hf New Haven club
of the Eastern league, pitched a no
hi, no-run gam I gainst Bridgeport
today Only 2 7 men faced the tall In-
dlan In nine innings, the one man who I
got on base being put out stealing. '
I New Haven won, 3 to 0.
(.(XM LI CK PREX.
I SAN FRANCISCO Th Pacific
t oast league, under the guiding hand
of Proxy Bill McCarthy, is having one
of its most prosperous years He Is
getting off on the right foot and hit
ling the. lust ball pitched."
Pi ioj; i RR M BOY.
VERNON Eddie Kenna served the
I Frisco Seals for five years as mascot. I
He was a good kid, but was always i
jabsent when needed Toda he. Is sec-
end string catcher for the Vernou Ti- 'jH
You tell en hairpins, you
: know it's false. See lnid Ben- I
. nett in "Hairpins" at the Al
'hambra Sunday. ,
BY THE INSIDER j I
That famous stuff which elephant!
Wtoar on then upper lip
Is selling in the bushes now
At prices high and flip.
The raids they're pulling in the sticks
Revi,. that ancient wheeze
That "He who hesitates i3 lost "
They rt buying lots of cheese
PRO! 1 1 BERING.
Most any dub who owns a glove,
And wears those hobnailed shoes,
U retailed now at figures which
Give managers the blues.
SP1 I I LAYING.
They're snatching every busier
Who socks like Mister Babe
And how they ufttlnies fade.
"h Boy The "ivory" hunters are
beating tho tall buahes,
Big-time scouts are signing up min
or leaguers by the real bale for the
The Detroit Tigers onlv have been
able to get their fins on IS bushers so
Ivory hunters hae Strict instruc
tlons to buy, steal, or grab olf promis-l;ig-looklng
talent and bring them In,
dead or alive.
Connie Mack's delegate nas landed
B bunch of P. C L. boys, not to speak
Western Stars Easily Win
From Eastern Net
BOSTON. Aug 19 The first upset
in pla' for the national doubles ten- H
nln championship occurred today H
when Willi!; Davis and Roland Rot - ' H
erts. the San Francisco pair, defeated H
R N. Williams II and Richard Harte, 1
winners of the Newport, R. 1., tour- H
nament last week, In straight sets in H
the third round. H
Davis and Roberts swept their op- H
ponent. off their feet. Williams and H
Harte were erratic Williams. the H
Davis cup team member, was w-eak H
at the net and his strokes were poor. H
Davis and Roberts displayed superior
court tactics and were especially cf- H
W. F. Johnson and S. W Pearson de
feated W T Hayes and R. II Bur
dick in a five-set match. H
M Johnston and C. J. Griffin
defeated a. Venoken and E. Ma
han, m an Indifferent match which
went to an extra set.
The semi-finals will be played to- J
morrow Davis and Roberts will
meet William Tilden and Charles Gar
land, and Johnston and Griffin will
play Johnson and Pearson.
of the S. A and the W. L. and othei iifl
Both Mack and Shlbe wanted Frank
Brow- : the socking Reading first- '
baseman, so bad they could taste H II
They could use one of these birds, too
I They had it doped out that Brower
would just about make the Athletic:
for next ear Money was no object.
But Foxy Clark Griffith out-foxed
Other big league clubs are giving
the minors an awful combing. too
They are all on the band-wagon In
the grand hunt for "ivory" Every
one will probably get what he's look
Ing for. One generally does, you
The Red Sox cut loos, and speared I
a small kid by the name of Al Clay
I ten Al only weighs 215 pounds.
Prases hetfrd the midget could heave
i horse-skin 337 feet and figured he fl
ought to be able to toss the official H
ungate from the pitcher's box to H
Catcher Walter's glo c. H
The minors are waxing fat off the H
'proceeds. The only language they H
speak thcie days is 'How much'U uh H
Oh. Boy! There'll be so many rook-
les In the spring tralnliiK camps that
the regulars will have to sleep out J
In the haymow or in the hoozegow S
Rheumatism's Pains Are
Always Treacherous I
Summer An Excellent Time to
Combat the Disease.
Some eases of Rheumatism give
very little trouble to their victim dur
ing the summer season, and for this
reason now Is a most lacorable time
lo take a course of treatment that will
reach the cause of the trouble and re
move It from the system.
Otherwise, with the very first cold,
damp or disagreeable day, your pains j
will return and gradually increase in
their severity, until you will soon again
be in the clutches of this relentless dis
ease. Why not begin at one a systematic
and sensible attack on the millions of
tiny germs which cause your Rbeuma
tism, and forever rout them from the
rfystem9 This Is the only way to get
rid of the disease, for these germs are
In the blood, and cannot be reached
by liniments, lotions, and other local
S. S. S. has proven a splendid rem
emy for Itheumallsui. especially that '
form of the disease which comes from
germs in the blood Being such a
thorough blood puYifier and cleanser,
it routs the germs from the blood, thus
removing the cause of your Rheuma
tism. S. 3. S. is ;old by all druggists
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advice to Chief Medical Adviser, 611
Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga