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I 3 THE OGDZN STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY EVENING AUGUST 25, 1920.
Three Yank Boxers Survive
In Olympic Boxing Contests
Eagan, Mcsb.rg and DeGenero Capture Honors in Their
Respective CUssc-s; Twelve Other Yonkc Nlzet Defeat;
1922 Olympic Games to Be Held in Brazil ;
American Swimmers Are Making
Records in Compclilicn
I ANTWERP, Aug. 24. At a meeting
today of the International Olympic
committee. It was decided tin. U, in
termediate . I tii n i K.imf.s of 1922
should ho hold In Brazil. Thye .ire t
ho known as tho South American
Tho next meftlng of the committee
will be held in Geneva In Jun- 1921,
when applications for the holding of
the 1924 Olympic games will bo con-'
aldered. Applications already have
been received from Atlantic city, Chl
cago, Pasadena. Calif . Rome nnJi
All of the three Americans who1
reached the finals In tho boxing cham
pionships, held in connection with the
Olympic games. won fhj ir tttfatl to
night. The Americans are Edward Eagan,
light-heavyweight, Yule I'niverslty, and
champion of the A E, I-'.; Samuel
Mosnerg of tho Pastime A. C, New
York, a lightweight, and F. DeGenero '
of tho Paullst A. C. Sew York, fly- j
ANTWERP. Auk S4. They wen
the only survivor? of i he 15 Amerlt
entered for the world's amateur cham
pionships. All th'- A nt,rl' .ii.' K.i'l
hard fighting. The bouts consisted of,
three rounds. eai ii of three minute
DeGenero's fight, which was with1
the Danish bantamweight champion.
Petersen, who had trained to fly-,
weight, wns the liveliest and brought
ringing cheers from American specta
tors. Eagan s oppoii'iil thi
Sorsdal. avoided t.il.ing !!. count only
by repeatedly c linching in tho last I
round. Mosberg beat Johansen, a
R a w o n. English heavyweight,
knocked out Peten Deni
in tho bantamweight class Walker
South Africa d. fee -i Graham, Can
adian, while the French : tatht rw Ight,
Eritech, beat fJauchet, the Frenchi ian
who won from J. Zlvlc, oT IT.. 1 I
The Canadian welterweight Schnei
der, dofeate.'. Ireland, cf England
while the Engii'h middleweight, Mal
lon, won from Prudhomme o;' Canada.
Tho boxing finals were held in th
zoological garden hall. Tremendous,
crowds packed the arena while hun-j
dreds of persons had to be driven!
I W W by gend i ir
I IMS ILL HI
01 BALL FIELD
PHHADELiPHIA. Aug. 25. The
New York National league club, hav
ing refused to extend the lease of the
Polo Grounds to the Yankee, tho
American League. In special meeting
tOday. decided that the New York
Americans shall have their own
Under the present lease, the Yank
ees will play on the Polo Grounds
next year, but on their own field in
1922. Colonel Jacob Kuppert of the
New York club s.ld three site are
now under consideration. Financial
details were not announced. It was
expected the club owner would titko
some action concerning the death of
ityv Chapman, but the only announce
ment was that resolutions of sympathy
would be sent to his widow. Colonel
Roippert. William Richardson. Phila
delphia, vice president of the W.th
ltigton club, and Thomas Shlbc. rlc
resident of the Alhlrtl.-, wrrv ap
pointed a i ommlttf" to draft the reso
lutions. There ' only an Informal
discussion of the circumstances sur
rounding Chapman's death It was announced.
Kvl One copy of each book published
K3 nnd copyrighted In the United States
B must be deposited In the congressional
library at Washington.
All the members of the American
team were present to root for the three
Americans In the finals.
In the semi-finals of the 400-moters
breast -stroke swimming event today,
J. Howell, of Onlcland. Calif., finished
third and o.uellfied for th final. M. 1
J. UcDermott, of the United States!
navy, failed to qualify:
In the final of the ino-metcrs free
stroke swim, Duke Kah inamoku. Hon
olulu , beat his rcw records, finishing
In one minute 2.5 secone's. On com
plaint iy Harold, Australia, who fin
ished fifth, that he was pocketed by
KshanamokU and Norman Ross, the
Judges decided that the nnul should
be raced nnaln Sunday. The, Americans
present regls'cj-cil their dissattef.-ectlon
over this decision. Kahanamoku's re
cord will stand.
P. Kealaha, Honolulu. WB 8 second
with W. W. Harris. Jr., Honolulu,
third. nSd Rom fourth.
Y Ki:i S SHOW CI.
In the 1.. 10!) -meters free stroke.
HltiM tea is. Normal Ross, Illinois A.
C. won the first heat In 23 minjttes.
2 l-r, .. nda V. K Kahle, United
S!.ite! navy, wr.a second and E. T. Hol
der, ll'lncis A. I'., third. All the Amer
icans qualified for the final heat. In
the woman's ordinary diving event,
Helen Meaney. New York, won her
scries of four events.
In the second hoat of the J."00- me
tres. Lucy linger, Honolulu, war, the
only woman of the American tear
who failed to qualify,
In the Olympic clay court tennis
Championship, final round, Raymond
of South Africa, defeated Kumague.
Japan. i G"4 ln lno rn, :,'s
ln in mep'i dtRrbles, Lurnhull and
Woosir.an. England, defeated Kum
agae and Kashlo, Japan, G-2, 5-7, 7-6,
in the woman's, singles. Mile. I.eng
len. France, won from Mlsa Holman,
Encland, 6-3. 6-0.
In the women's doubles, Mrs Mae
.'C.'ir and M Iss McKune. England, ae
feated Mr?. Be&mlah and Mls-s Holman,
England. S-f, C-4.
In the mixed doubles. Mile Lang
ten and M. DocuglB, Franco, defeated
Mlhs McKane and Mr. Woodman. Eng
- . 6- 2
I AIN'T IT SO?
A fan Is Just a simple nut
No brains click In his Jug;
His middle name's Insanity
For he is Just a bug.
From hot to cold ho quickly tuin .
Dopendlng on the play,
He changes from cussing HtreaL
To wild hip! hip! hoor...
I The human rolnd Is n different or-,
ganlsm at a ball park than v. hen
dressed ln Its street clothes
'One has to develop a hop. .-klp and
Jump ln his brain to be a rtgular fel-1
low at a ball ame.
Umpires please take notice: A Balti
more Judge ruled that rooters at bar.e
ball Raraei nxffet from n mild form of
Insanity nnd ar not altogether to
blame when the BhOWer an umpire
with pop botth confetti.
The judpe who lei tie Baltimore fan
off will) a fine Instead of charting
sault with Intent to kill was probably
a good fan DlSaM 1:
People will t;ty things at a ball
game, do things at a critical point ln
the game, and think things when the
So ruled a judge in Baltimore.
The Ian had lost his head--nd
aimed a bottle at nil ump.
But hit a cop instead
"111 only fine you." quoth the judge;
"Your case is plain to me.
One has a right to go in?anc
I When umpire's cannot see.'
.tide turns for or against their wishes
that would make good Jazz but poor!
i The public, in general, controls It
self to cheering, with perhaps a little
! booing now and then, at most ball 1
One cannot get the same kick out of
throwing a pop bottle as there was in I
the old lager kind.
But for n-that, an umpire is and al
Iwgyi will be more or loss of a target
for overwrought minds of baseball
The school for umpires should in
clude ,i count in artful dodging for. as
the Baltimore Judge said: "The insan
ity germs hatch rapidly at all ball
'parks." K '
S MTHAMPT H, N Y Aug 25
SaylnK they were ' ovcr-tennlsed.- and
In need of a rest b-fore the national ,
chumplonshlps. Pacific Coast players j
ns a unit yesterday retired by defaults
tn the Meadowbrook cup tournament.!
As tho field drew down to the
round before the seinl-flnals, Vincent;
Richard. and Samuel Hardy, the lat
ter the captain of the Davis cup team,
were tho outstanding performers.
Richards, by a masterful display of
i volley and overhead strokes, account
ed for the defeat of Krancls T Hunt
er. 6-3. 8-6.
In the final set Hunter nearly over-j
, whelmed Richards by greater spe d so
Uhat he pulled out the match.
Harding was extended to the limit
of three sets to defeat H. 8. Parker of
'the Uockaway Hunting club. 2-6 7-$,
In the second set Parker was sev
' eral times within a stroke of winning
I as h led at 6-z, on games. The lead-
er of th" International forces made a
bold stand at this stage. Calling to
his aid an Infinite variety of stroke
Hard) overwhelmed his opponent to
finli-h out the winner.
Hunting sharks with how and arrow
Is the latest sport along the California
KIDS PAY RESPECT TO "CHAPPIE"
CLEVELAND The lale Ray Chap
man, shortstop of tho Cleveland team,
l as the Idol of the children, who be
j came acquainted with "Chappie" when
jthcy attended ball games with Ihclr
j schools at League park. Ray often
j tossed balls into a crowd of young-
ra and enjoyed tho wild scramble
When Chapman's bedy r.rrived in
I Clevoland Ironi New York, where he
!vas killed by a ball pitched by Carl
j Mays, youngsters formed a large part
of the crowd (hat vent to the station
I to pay respects.
i m m
Ailecn Dillon Captures Hotel
Stake; Other Events Are
SPPvINOFIELD, 111 . Aug. 2ft. Ai
lecn Dillon, owned by Fred Cllne. In
dianapolis, anel driven by Whitney,
won the $3,i00 hotel stake offered for
the 2:10 trot in three straight heats
I yesterday, Her best time was 2.06 1-4.
I Little Jack, owned by C. J. Sifts, of
I Sacramento, Cal., was second Surr.-
2:20 3 year old trot, purse $600.
Raven direct won; Bemlce Todd, scc
' ond; Little Patch, third. Beat time.
I 2:10 trot, hotel stake, $3,000: A!l en
TMllon, won; Little Jack, second; Sis
Bins;, third. Best time, 2 06 1-4
1 2:12 pace, purse J1.000; Logan-
! Hedgewood, won; Kokomo George,
second; Star Boy, Engclsby, third.
Time 2:0f. 1-4.
Two year old trot, purse $f.00- Har
vest Worthy, won. Clyde The Great.
I second: Slater Hoche. third Time
Plve-ele;hthi mile running race:
Tormentor, won. Savoy, second; Aunt
! i-'adle. third. Time 1:05 1-4.
Seven -eighths mile running race.
Esther, won; Billy Mainspring, sec
ond; Ethel Ttoth. third.
TEX RIGKARD TO
CHICAGO. Aug. 24. Jack Ditnp
rev has made an agreement with "Tex"
Rlckard. who promoted the Derapssy
Wlllard fight, to meet George Carpen
jtler. French champion, it was an
nounced by Jack Ki arns. the cham
! plon's manager.
Kearns refused to divulge- details
I other than to say Rlckard had been
gl?en a definite length of time to ar
I range the fight.
Kearns said it was his understand
ing that Rlckard had negotiated with
C. B. Cochr.in. Mrltlsh promoter, said
I to have a similar contract with Car
pcntler. and that the fight would be
'held In New York shortly after Car
I pcntler returns to this country ln September.
ENTER RING IN
TIP TOP SHAPE
I BBNTOM HARBOR. Mich . Aug 24
Jack Hempsey who meets Billy
.Mtske of St. Paul Labor day. expects
I to go Into the ring weighing 1ST
j pounds, his weight S hn he defeute d
Jess NVlllard. he said today.
His work today gave the Impression
that he Is boxing With the siri, speed
and endurance that characterized his
training for the Wlllard match. Iemp
sey went six rounds with BUI Tate, a
giant negro and Panama Joe QaM
Vhen rempsey started training a
week ago he weighed close to 200
'pounds, but tonight ho barely made
I 190 pounds, ,
Vardon and Ray Meet
Defeat in Golf Play
CHICAGO. Aug. 24 Harry Vardon
and Edward Ray. Rrltlh professional
golfers, tnday suffered their worst de
feat tn th'5 countr hen they lost
to Jock Hut hlnson, Western ep n
champion and Iiurte Ayton. a recent
axrlvai from Great Britain, ssvsn
e rt. .MO.fS i ' " . -
j Senators Meet Defeat
at Seak' Hands, 4 to 2
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 25. The
Seals won the open ganie from th"
Senators here yesterdav 4 to 2. Ag
new's s'nsle ln the third tied the count
land h'io homer In the sixth put the
game on Ice.
Ri H. E.
! Sacramento 2 12 0
San Francisco 4 12 0
I Batteries-. Pcnner and Cook; Scott
Mis Whitewashed in
Initial Seattle Game
SEATTLE, Aug. 25. Seattle trounc
ed the locals In the first game of the
merles here yesterday 4 to 0. Gardner
tv irl d a steady fame for the winners
R H E
Oakland 0 8 2
S-enttl? 4 10 1
I Batteries: ICrauss and Mitze; Gard
iner and Bald.vln.
Bess BSaiik Angels
jn Opening Contest
LOS ANGELES. Aug. 23 Lefty
Levexans hurled the Bees to a 2 to 0
victory over the locals here yesterday
I winning the first game of tho series.
Lefy allowed but three hits. Pcrtlca
sas touched for nine hits.
R. H E.
fait Lako 2 9 3
; Los Angeles 0 s 1
Batteries: Ieverenz and By!er; Pcr
tlca and Basle-r
Timeiy Hitting Aids
Tigers in 6-to-4 Win
PORTLAND. Aug 25. Timely hit-I
ting won the opening g.ime of the ser-J
les for the Tigers over the locals DOM
yesterday 6 to 4- Manager Esslck of
th- Tlg r was chased from the field
e.-irlv :n the game for disputing the!
R. H E '
Vernon 6 14 0
! Portland 4 11 3
Batteries Schellenbach and PeVor
racr; Poison. Ross and Koehler.
W. L. Pet. '
Salt Lake 79 61 .t64
Varndn o cs .552
Ban Eranclsco "2 69 511
Seattle 71 69 .507
Los Angeles 70 7 2 .4 9:
Portland 70 .445,
Oakland 7 71 .462,
Sacramonto 60 81 .426,
Salt Lake 2. Los Angeles 0.
Vernon C. Portland 4.
Seattle 4. Oakland 0.
I San Eranclsco 4. cramento 2.
dow n and five to play In a 36 hole best
ball exhibition match. It was the third
defeat for the Britons In four days
Ayton s morning score was a par 74.
while Hutchinson had - 72. In the
'afternoon. Ayton played the round in
69, five under par, and Hutchinson
completed the IS holes In 67. seven
under par Vardon had 7 7 In the
morning and Tl in th afternoon. Ra
morning score was 72 but he picked
up his ball on one hole In the after
J Hutchinson nnd Ayton had a best
I bah card of 61 In the afternoon, a
record for tha course
Fort Douglas Soldier Wins Na
tional Championship in
CAMP PERRY. O., Aug 25 Ser-j
geant Henry VhltaUer, company L, I
Twenty-first 17, S. Infantry, yesterday
I won the national individual rifle,
I match with 389 out of a possible S00.
: The match was shot from the 200 1
1 yard rapid fire nnd the 600 and 1,000
yard slow fire ranges
Captain P E. Ramee of th'- Philip
pine Scouts, was second with 287 and
1 10 ( Nevada civilian, third, with
"the r winners of the gold medals
were: H. Everett, Washington. D. C, I
124; Sergeant Simon Ddngxalen, Phii-i
ipplne Islan.Jr Scut. 2 S 4 , S-rgeant II .
E. Stndle. 44th Infantry, 2S3; W. W
I Andrews. Ohio civilian. 283; Major J.
E. Doane, I" S. Engineers. 2S3; Ser-1
- lit lilenri illl:ims. LT. S. Infantry,
2 s 2 . Srrgeani A K Frederick. I' S
M. i'.. 283; V. K. Dodge. Kentucky cl-l
Milan, 283, and Sergeant J. P. Lyons.
Camp Dcvens R, O. T. C . 282.
Gunnery Sergeant J M. Thomas. U.
S .M. C. won first place In the na-
; tlonal Individual pistol match with a
score of 279 out of a possible 300 over
the 50 yard 3low flr. 25 rapid flre-i
j and 25 quick fire stages.
FRANK WRIGHT WINS
HONORS AT TRAPS
CLEVELAND. O.. Aug 2 4 Frank
S Wright, of Buffalo, rhamplon of
New York state, won the American
amateur singles championship of the
Grand American handicap trapshopt-
Ing tournament today from thlrfy-nlne
expert marksmen of the United Slates
nnd Canada. At the end of the 200
bird event he was tied with scar,
Hansen of Nebraska.
In tho 25 target shoot off. both I
powdered the first seven targets. On
the eighth Hansen got under a clean1
miss, and on the twentieth, shot w4d
ak-.iln Wright Is the only man In tr.
21 years history of the Grand Amerl-
can to win the singles championship!
Tho shoot was delayed by an In-,
eident.. Three negroes who wcr- ,
finning opposite the traps were dump-1
ed Into the lake by the high traVSl
whn their boat overturned and two
The Junior championship for youths
under 18, for fifty targets from the
sixteen yard line, Theodore Beem of
West Frankfort. III., won after shoot
ing off a tie with M L. Bonta. Jr., of
The contest between the ten men
teams from the east and west as
won by the west.
iu km i tan
OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla.. Aug 14.
Young Fltzalrr.mons of Oklahoma
City was given the referee's decision
over Tommy Burke of St. Louis at the
end o ten rounds here tonight. y
l 10H1 lK W
III DEFEATS WATSOM
NEW ORLEANS. Aug. 24. Georg
Lee of San Francisco. Chinese ban
tamweight, outfought Red Watson,
bantamweight of New Orleans, in
every round of their 15 round bout
III I M WINS
MILWAUKEE. Aug 24 Cal D
laney. Cleveland lightweight, knocked
out Tony DeOro. New Vonc. In the list
round of their tn round bout last
It! JIS ..I I -
ST LOUIS, Aug 24. Pitcher I er
ritt. who left the New York Nation
als In ISIS, owing to a ..re .irm re
joined the club today. He pitched in
the Texas league this season.
Yanks. Sox, Indians Go Down
to Defeat: Buih Hur.s a
W T. Pit.
t'hlcago 75 44 .33
Cleveland 73 45 .613
.New York 7 4 48 .607
St Louis 58 56 .508
Boston 5 61 . T
I Washington 49 6J .437
Detroit 46 71 .i94
'Philadelphia 37 81 .313
7est4 Kla's Repnlts.
At Phlladelpbls (First game) St.
Louis 3, Philadelphia 1. (Second
'game) st Louis a. Philadelphia i.
At New York Detroit 5, New York
At Boston Cleveland 2, Boston 7.
At Washington Chicago 6, Wash
St. Louis ;it Boston.
Clevoland at Philndelphhi.
' i.i hei c.'irnes s. In .ml. d
BOSTON, Aug. 25. By winning. -7
to 2. yesterday, itoston took f..u- of
Ulfl five-game s-.-rles from Cleveland.
Boston miissful its attack on Clarke,
while Bush kept Cleveland's hits se.it
t( rr .) until the e ighth.
Fcoi (; R .11. E.
I- 'and 2 II 1
Boston . . . .' 7 13 0
Batteries' Clarko and O'Neill; Bush
WASHINGTON. Aug. 25. Washing
ton hit leaner hard : csterdny and took
ti e final game of the scries from Cnl
caffOi 8 to 5
Courtney was d riven to cover In the
seventh, but thS visitors were- heM In
check by Acosta. Score: R. II. B,
Chicago 5 12 0
'.;;iiington 8 13 3
Batteries: Fabei, Kerr nnd Schalk,
Courtpey, Acosta ami Gharrlty.
NEW YORK. Aug. 26 Detroit
ii. ado Its furi'woll appearance of the
iBOason at the Polo grounds yesterday,
defeating New York. 5 to 3. und win
ning the scries, three games to one.
Three of Shawkey's passes In the
first and third Innings wero tar nod
Into runs. Score: R H E.
Detroit 6 4 2
New York 3 10 1
, Batteries: Aye-rs nnd Alhsnilth;
Shawkey, i.olllns and Ruel.
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 25 St.
Louis won two sanies yesterday by the
.. me. stor.-. 3 to 1.
Philadelphia was untible to hit
eitl.er of tho visitors' recruit pitchers,
Bnyne und Dcoeiry. at the right time,
while Rommel and Perry, though not
hit hard, yielded hits wnen tlie count
ed Slslcr was held hitlesi In the second
gnme aft.-r hltsing safely in twenty -(out
First jTieini- R. H. E.
Sf IX)Uls 3 9 1
1'hlladelphln 1 6 0
Butteries: Bayne and Severeld.
Rommel and Persons.
Second game R. H E.
St- Louis 3 8 0
Philadelphia 18 1
Batteries-. Deberry and Billings;
Periry and Perkins.
Women's Golf Tourney
j on Mantel ai Chicago
CHICAGO. Aug 24 Completion of
I tbf- first round of match play in ih
championship of the women s West
I ern Golf association tournament to
day found most of the faorlte still
In the running.
MlSS Ernastlne Pierce of SkeUio
! club, one of the best of the loi.il pluy-
ers was eliminated by Miss Dorlne
Kavanaugh. Chicago Golf club, four
I and three, but Mrs. Pcrrv Fiske. of
iDeKalh, III., tltleholder. Mrs Melvln
Jem -, i i.ik Gb-n. Medalist in th. quali
fying flight yesterday, and Mrs. J. g.
Prltchard. Battle Trcek, Mich., former
champion won their matches.
Mrs. Flske fllmlnat.-, Mr. F. I
Harwood. t"lnipta fields 2 and 1 Mrs
Jones won from Mrs. J. Worley Jr.,
Aurora. Ill . 3 and 2. and Mrs. Prltch-
ard defeated Miss Helen TUIotson. To
ledo. 4 and 3.
Mrs. David Gant. Memphis, defeated
Mr H D Stsrrctt. Hutchinson. Kans..
6 and b.
RODG1 Its I i.i,
SACRAMENTO, Aug. 26 William
Rodgers, manager of the Sacramento
team of the Pacific oast Baseball
league. Is suffering from typhoid fever,
attending physicians say.
Hodgi-rj was taken 111 a week ago.
whlb- the S'icramento team win play
ing ln Los Angeles.
i i..i m ii t
ST. PAIL. Minn. Aug. 24 Out
fielder i uggert of the Columbus I
American association baseball team
suffered an acute attack of appondl
cltls here today. He left loi.lght fori
PITTSBURG IIS I
Pirate Infield Aids Carlson in 9
4-to-3 Victory Over
1 NATIONAL LAGli 1
Cincinnati 65 48 . 5 T 3
Brooklyn 66 51 at4
S i w Vork 63 52 .4
Pittsburg 58 .'.6 .:.'s
:iicago 50 61 .402
iniladelphla 4 7 H'J .41)6
At Chicago Boston 2. Chicago 3.
! At Si. Louis New Fork 4. Bt Lou'.f,
At Cincinnati Philadelphia 2. Cln-
At Pittsburg Brooklyn 3. Pittsburg
I hla n s, lutlulc.
Boston at Chicago.
New York at St. Louis.
Philadelphia at Cincinnati.
Brooklyn at Pittsburg.
PITTSBURO, Aug. 25. Plttsburf
n i ' . 4 t
Carlson was hit hard, but four ilou- I
i . . i batted 1 all In the
lelghth nnd McCabo took his place.
S i i It. II E.
BrooklMi 3 11 2
Pittsburg 4 8 0
Batteries: Grimes and Millet; Carl- iH
bon and Schmidt.
CHICAOO, Aug. 25. In a free hit
ting game, Chicago nosed out Boston
sterday, 3 to 2.
r -1 . 1 i.volve hits off Alexan
iiit. h it counted only twice
I Chicago hit Pilllnfflni cloven times.
Score: R. H. E.
Bjoston 2 12 2
I ICSfO 3 11 1
I Batteries: Fillingim and Gouly;
Alexander and O'Farrell.
ST. LOUIS, Auij 25 Six hits, feur
of which diet not go out of the Infield,
in th third Inning, coupled with
I uyle'fl. error and an Infield out, gave
St. Louis five runs and a ad which
New York was unaLlo to overcome
The score was C to 4.
Score R. H. E.
New York 4 U 1
St. Louis 6 14 1
Batteries: Benton, Douglas and H
Pi vder; (forth, Bnerdel and demons. laLI
CINCINNATI, Auif 25. Tho Red 13
i disposed of Pitcher Smith in less than
ti Innings yesterday anel won easily
fiom PhiladsipMa, 7 to 2
Kapler; recruit from the Texas
loHgtMt pitched the full game for tho
champions and was never ln serious
jdnnger. Score: R. H B.
', Philadelphia 2 12 0
Cincinnati 7 12 1
! Batteries: Smith. B-tts and Wheat,
W hi row. Napier and Wlngo.
KMC WATTS IS I
Second Day of Grand Circuit
Races Replete With Close
POUOHKEEPSIE K r.. Au 24
cult racing. Lon McDonald, with Kins
Watts, took th f at nr. even! end the jw
richest stake el the meeting when h
j scored a straight heat victory' ln "the I
I '..iiK.iki 2 14 tits ' r. t wl'h I
'Native Chief second and Hollyrood Lbaf
Tho best time of the week was rec
orded In the first heat of tho 2:03 pace
today whb-h John R. Braden won In
r In Rfe
29 1-2 s conds. Adlno Guy. the favor
Ite. neicr got going placing f fth In
the first heat and being distanced In
Walter Cox. driving for Thomas W
Murph. piloted Wood Patch to vie-
tory In the 2 08 class pace. coming LH
from behind to win In the first two
heats. Billy Sunday took the 2:16
pace, winning the last two heat after
1 " victor! s
Thomas W. Murnh'. arrive,! toda
from e'levelanj but was unable to at-
entry In The Po ugh kee pale" wai
Aug 24 Ad '
Santel. claimant of th- world's light 1
heav weight wreMling title, defeated
Yusslff Hussane. "tho Ti rrible Turk'
ln s'tulght falls here tonight, the first
fall In one hour 32 minutes and 21
second, the second In U minutes and
.0 seconds. Both wera secured with
an arm scissors. BSpl
FLAMING, ITCHING I
Cause Untold Suffering That Could
Diseases of th skin come from be
'neath the surface, hence they can hsj
1 reached only by n-medle that pi ni
trate dow n to their very source.
If you are afflicted with eczema, let- I
it. erysipelas, ringworms, pimples.
,scne. scaly eruptions, bolls. Irritation
of the skin, or other f hollar disorders,
'you need not expect any rial relief
from locol applications, and the sooner
you discard the Ir use. the sooner you '
will te 00 the road to recovery, pro
del you will rH upon th use of
S. . . S,
r often the Itching and Irritation
are so severe, that you feel disposed ,
!to try almost anything for reh. f. n.j
that U why you rely upon local treat
of salves, ointments, washes end J
But theae remedies cannot possibly itf
have any real curative effect npon
! trouble, because, your disease conjcj iaH
,from far below the surface.
8. S. 8. Is one of the most ratlsfsc siiiai
'- r reinr-dli f.,r diseases of ih. akh iSBBai
because it goes direct to the seat of th ' iH
all impurities and disease germs It M
keep, the .kin fre. Infection ,n J
For free expert medical advice re lafl
' hler Medical Adviser. 605 Swift Lab SB
oratory, Atlanta. Ga ftA