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8 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMlNEK MONDAY EVENING. SEFfEMBER 13. 1920. W
IBrigham City Wins
Deciding Game From
Morgan Heaves Big League Ball for "Peaches," Allowing But
Five Hits After First Inning; Falientine, Menkes.
Watkins and Reck Star With Willow;
Peterson Makes Circus Catch t
I Brlgham City won the dec'-dlnr base
ball games ot th.- .tli the
Smtthfhdd warriors yeeterda) after
noon nt lxrin Purr park before a
i-ro 1 of .'.'."u, the score being 8 to 4.
MorgmBi on the -''' for th- rln
nera, was in rart f'rm and outside of
n bad Inning, the first, had the Vis
itors eating out of his hand-" Cy was
nicked for thro runs arid flvo hits
In the first Inning but tightened up
after that pvtsm and iwJi
R Bhaney started on, the mound for
the visitors b.it wa -driven to covit
in the sixth. H waa touched fm- six
runs and ten Hits during his t1mv-oii-the
In the first inning the Smithfwld
aggregation Rt.i " I out In rare style
H and rn.in of tbe fans present thought
H th" frnoas as far as tno winner was
H i on.-prnc'l was over. 1 he firework
H happened thus:
Conner started the Inning by flv
Ing out to Van. Blank) waltzed to
H first when Morgan heaved the been
H ball. Adams singled to left, Hcur;nj
fl Black, but was nipped xt second,
H Petri son to Morgan to Mengcs Kon-
H scca. Mcivor. Hock nnd Borstad nln-
gled In the order named, the first two
H .'coring Celdera ended toe Inning by
H mounding out Morgan to Otmn
H Singles by Fonsca Mid Rock end
H an error a Cache Valley
H leaguers their final SCO re in the Bev
H enth In the other seven framri Mor
V gan heaved shutout ball
W UTAH I IN
H Brlgham City started inelf scoring
In the third inning. Morgan dree I
H base on balls. Peterson fanned.
H Menkes flew otil to Boretad. Single.
R by ralientlne, i Qunn, Van Walkins
R and J. Qunn In the order named gave
I V the Beaches four store". Bllefel ended
I P the i
A single by h. Ilehtlne fetid
base, together with a single by Wat
kins, gave the Beaches their iinh
1 score. In the sixth Morgan drew free
H transportation and scored on a double
1 by Mengcs. A doji;. tiunn nii.i
M singles by Van and J. Qunn gave
R Brlgham City another tally In the
H seventh. The final add d
Bit in the eighth on doubles Mengi I
1 and Falientine.
I WOMEN TENNIS
I PLAYERS OPEN
I ANNUAL TOURNEY
PF.TBkIT, Muh., Sept. 13. lair
weather fsvoi d Ihc opening here to
day of the thirty-third annual wom
an's lawn tennis championship tourna
ment of the United States on the grass
courts of the. BhtUdelphia Cricket
club. Seventy-six players, including!
several from the Pacific coast, arc en
tered for the competition whkh la;
Mrs. tieorge W Wight man, Boston, i
the present national champion, has
announced she w.111 not defend her
HI as Marion Eindersteln, who was
defeated by Mr. Wlghtman in the
challenge round Last pear, is among
the entrants, as La Mm franklin M.al-1
lory, who, ui Mix Molln BJurstedt.
won the championship In 1916, lfl
and 118. The Pacific coast players
Include Miss Helen Baker, who holds
the coast Championship; Miss Eleanor
Tennant and Mr'. Ream Lea ah man
The women's doubles tUlo and the
mixed doubles championship will ..bo
I Wood Captures
DETROIT. Kept. If.- Gar Wood.
Jr.. II, of the Detroit Yacht club, with
G. A. Wood at the wheel, took the
second heat of the Oar Wood $5000
gold nugget race In the gold regatta,
today, thereby winning flral prise.
Wood's boat finished the 4 3-4 mlle
heat alone. Wood's e la peed time was
5 S5. an average Of 4 3 5 statute miles
an hour. Sure Cure, of tha Detroit
Yarh riub. winner of yteterda beat,
and MIm .Nmmh of th" Ctevalai)4l
Yacht club were disqualified i their
failure tr. finish todaj a hee ind H
was decided not to run a third heat.
The standing on polnta for the two
heats was: Gar Wood. Jr. II. six.
Sure Cure, four; Mies Nassau, three.
The second ?: 1-5 mile heat In the
Saltan trophy race for cabin cruiser.)
with a maximum pd of 17 miles an
hour was won Lldwlna, 111. of the
Buffalo launch tub The final h-at
will be run tomorrow.
9 It won't be very long bow
I Before banting time la here;
9 Aan 5 Broa take a chance
JB . n being shot for deer.
I 9 Or maybe get off lucky with
The loee of but an ear.
I'e;erson was the star of ihe matl
ne In the field. In the third Inning,
with t).- bases loadttd and two down.
r5aldera hit a I in- drive to center
field It looked good for at least a
triplo. Be teraOb oiled his "dogs," put
thru in high and speared the ball with
one hand, retiring the side. Mcnges.
Fntleritina and Fongeca alio starred in
A B. R. H. PO-. A B.
1 orojri. If-Cf .... 5 0 0 2 1 0
Mengpsl! I l t 0 ft 0
rlafta!ttfne,' c .... i 4 f u q
; G. Gunn, lb 4 1 S o I
Vten, cf-lf f. 1 2 5 I l
Tr1)tn. rf . . . .' 0 4 J ' 1
J. Gunn. 8b .""Tr. . . 5 0 2 2 3 1
Htlefej. 2h 0 0 I 3 1 0
Morgan, p ...... 3 2 0 u 1 u
Total3 42 1 7 27 11 4
Mi l 1111 1,1
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
'Conner, 2b & 0 2 4 4 0
Black, c 4 1 0 9 0 0
Adams, 3b 0 0 1 0 1 o'
Konseca, ;n 5 2 1 1 6 1
McDor, ll-p ... . o 1 1 8 0 0
Koi k. If-lb 5 0 3 2 U 1
Boratad. ef i it 1 ! 0 0
t aide 1 a, rf 4 0 0 1 u 0
Sna nej . p-if . . . . 3 o 1 i
"Dorious i o 0 o 0
Toluls 4 J 4 10 27 11 2
- Hatted for Shancy in ninth
Score b' innings:
Brlgham city 004 011 no s
Smithfield 3uu 000 loo- 4
Bnmmary; Two-base hits O'Con
ner, Bhaney, r'allentlne, Mengea 2.
Stolen bases Conner. Menges. Van,
Falientine, J. Ounn. Watktns Double
pli U'Conner to Pogeca tr. afclvor.
SIX runs and ten hits off Shane) in
slst Innings; two rung unu seven hits
rf Mcivor In three innings. Charge
defeat t.. Shuney. Hit by pitched ball'
Black bj Morgan. Buses on balls I
ff Bhaney, two. Sacrifice hit J.
G inn. Btrupk out by Morgan, 5; b
Bhaney; 7. by Mcivor, 1. ift on
bases Brlgham City. 10; Smithfield.
.. ),lMi of tcamc. two hours. Um
pires. Green and Lundberg
W. L. Pet.
Vernon 98 72 .564
Bali l-ike 8 75 .334
l.o Angclcy .87 77 530
Bail Francisco So 79 318
i tattle 82 7 9 .509
ak)ati4 . SO 87 .479
Portland 71 s7 .449
Sacramento 68 5t .415
rwtcrda. i Ri iit-
Salt Ijkc 4-C; Ban Fruncteco 5-3.
Oakland 6-3. Seattle 2-8.
ernon 4-6. Sacramento 1-4.
Portland 4-4. Dos Angelea 5-5.
Bees Split Sunday
Contests With Seals
SALT UKE, Sept. 13 Bait Luke
and Sun Francisco spilt the Sunday
double card here yesterday San Frun
ClSCO winning the first game. S to 4.
and the locals t.iking the second game,
t to s. The Pecs started rally In the
first game In the final spasm bul fell
oiih short ot taking the contest ScQrs
First game ' R. 1 1 K
Bah Francisco & n i
Fait Dike . . . . ; 4 12 0
Batteries: Lewis, Colo and AgnsrW;
Stroud and Byler.
Second game R. H. K.
Ban Praneteoo 3 6 1
Bdlt Dike 6 11 3
ll.i"ns conch and Ve:ir 1
erenx and Jenkins.
Rainiers and Oaks
Divide Twin Bill
SAN PltANCIBCO, Sept. 13 Og
land won tlie first game of th twin
bill her yesterday. 6 to 2, Seattle tak
ing th- e ond . untest. to 3. Geary
twirled htirh grade ball for the Sl
washes In the second tnele. Sores
First game H. H. E.
Seattle J 7
Oakland 6 10 I
Potteries Gsrdner and Baldwin;
Arl-tt and Mltse.
Second game R. H K.
Seattle , 1 17 0
nkland j g
Batteries Geary and Adams.
Krause. Alien and Dormsn.
Senators Drop Two
Contests to Tigers
SACRAMENTO. Sept. 13 Vernon
won the double header from the Sen-
ators here yesterday by scores of 4 to
1 and C to 4. Both games were faet
1 The scores
First game R. H E
Vernon 4 7 j
9aeramento 1 1 0
Batteries Small wood and DeVor
imer. Prough and Schang
second game R. n. e.
Varnon ft 10 0
Sacramento 4 7 j
Battertss alltcbelh Sche;ienhck
and DeVormsr, Mehaua and Cook.
Angels Take Double
Header From Beavers
D"R ANGFUES. Spt 13 The Ab
geU woo both gamee from in BftsU -
START OF CLASSIC MARATHON
AND FINN WHO COPPED IT
Above Start of marathon runrers In Olympic games classic at Antwcrn
atidium. Inset (right), the winner, Hanncs Kolchm. incn, wearing hie crown of
Old world history ol the Olympic
games, replete with its legends, slill
con t la, !-. to make tho classic mara
thon overshadow all olher events of
the world athlelic meet.
To Ihe v.inneer ol the marathon
races goes the honor of being crowned
with a garland of olive leaves gym
buli..' of the peace festHra of ancient
This year Hannes Kolehniainen. lh
Kreat Finn ninner. picked elf the
world honor. He Jogged the 2f mllon
In 2 hours 32 minules and 35 2-5 sec-
He went out to the country club
To sej a polo game; ,
He thought it was a harmless sport,
Innocuous and tame.
He thought he kew about it, though
He'd never seen 'cm play;
In fact, he was qnlto sure It was
Just Millionaire's croquet.
Rut when he snw the ponies try
A nomersnult or two
And thnuv tho rllers o'er thcir bond
As polo ponies do.
And saw some player wrap hi3 club
Around n rival's lean,
lie cried: "It's like a mnssacre!
The best I've e r se-n4!"
It's too bad more can't be duno to
!( pula rlz. polo
Here is .1 rlp-roaHnf, rsd-bloeded
game which la handicapped by wealth.
It might f.ecorne a real dellffhi to the
sport funs who like thrills If It cpuld
only be made accenKil.jr.
The trouble ls that polo for the
most part ls.plaed at exclusive clubs
htch are located away from centers
of population Tin (rme r. i.ui .
large field, level as a tubl- and tovrred
with fnf crass.
Another requisite Is a large supply
Noted Racing Driver j
Dies at Denver, Colo.
I DENVER. Colo., Sept. 12. George'
H. Estabrook. widely known in racing
cirrlen. especially along the Grand lr-
I cult, died here today aged 73 years.
He was prominent In Colorado busl-l
ness and club clrelea
Amonjr the race horses which Esta
brook owned and raced over circuits
In this country- were Colorado RJ
champion In the three-year-old class.1
Spanish cjueen and Cotiatr! J .
Three of hla horses now are racing on
the Grand Circuit.
I I I WINs
ANTWERP. Sept. 12 In the ob
stacle race for horsemen held In con
nection with the Olympic gamea. the
Individual prise was won by Lieuten
ant Dequlo. Italy. Major Valerio of
Italy waa second and Captain Lewen
haupt of Sweden third.
The American competitors finished
Captain Allen. seventh. Major
Iowner. twelfth. and Major West,
In the hurdles competition 8weden
won first place with fourteen points.
Belgium was second with lft 25; Italy,
third. 17S. France, fourth. 34 7S
t'ntted States, fifth 4:
t rs here yesterda. the score in each,
contest being S to 4 By taking tho
double card the locals won the seidee.
First game R H E-
Portland 4 n ft'
Los Angeles & jq g
Batteries Sutherland anil Koehl. r.
ivrttcm and Baasler
Second game 11 h e '
Portland 4 1
I Lee Angeles .tie e
Battrla Kallio. Poison nd Kth
ler; Craodali and Lepan. 1
onds, setling a new Olympic record.
In 1912 Kolehniainen von three
events at Stockholm, after which he,
Icame to the United States. It is re-;
'ported he will return to this country
I following a tour of Europe this fall.
Finland's great showing in this.
lyear's pimes is almost phenomenal.'
1 The little country, sometlmen called
the land of lakes, is smaller than thai
state of Montana and its population is'
less than the city of Chicago.
The Finns won eight firsts at Ant
werp. They corralled a total of 108
I of polo ponies. The.'e animals are ex
pensive nnd one who wishes to play
I polo must bo prepared to invest a lot
,ot money In horse flesh.
If polo could be brought down to
fa bas'.s where large numbeia could be,
trained to play it; If rich men would
.'dish stahlen where an ordinary
' How could rent ponies at an nominal
cost; if g.itnes could be played so that
thouaftndS could see them the sport
might be popularized.
There Is no finer sight than two
evenly matched polo fours polnr to It.
I It takes courage on the part of the
Players, quick wits, a true eye and
plenty of stamina.
I Tho pony la more thnn half the;
game A sfHe pony follows the play,
r8 keenly as his rider. He turns,
I wheels nnd gallops with the ball and
t.kes rem di-lljcht In the whang of the
mallet against tne ball-
A good polo pony, will make man!-;-t
his dlspleeSJUre when he is kept'
out of a gum" and he will Jump into
II oniest as easjesly is a man when:
be Pots a chance
Polo Is a real live game in spits
'. let that It mainly plnyed
1 SJtClasiVsj country cluhs where men!
.f wraith r.-Jihir ' it is r.ot molly-'
ddish. 1 ven lr the players do wenr
fancy' pnrnpherniili i
Caipentier Arrives i
for Title Contest
NEW TORK, Spt. 13. Delegations
from 25 French socb tb s greeted)
Georges C.irpentler. European boxing,
champion, arriving here early today,
on the steamship La Lorraine. Car-i
pentler was accompanied bv Marc el
Dccamps. his manager, who has
planned to start Immediate prepara
tions for lh' bout with Battling Le-'
vinskl. at Kthcts field: Brooklyn, on'
Columbus Tay. October t.
RED SOX BUY FOUR MEN
FROM FORT WORTH CLUB
FORT WORTH, Te . Spr. 13 The
Fort Worth ttasoha'.l club innoun. e I
:odey the sale of Pitchers Joe Pate
1 nd BUI Whittoker. Third Baseman
Prank Haley and Second Baseman
i. 'v0r,i . iut. h Hoffman to ths Bos
ti Bed Sox of the American league.
They will report next spring.
WIN- II 1 I lt
PARIS. Sen 11 Battersea. from
the stable of J. Rutgers Leroy. for
merly belonging to the late W, K. Van
d r bill, won the timlnum stakes at
the resumption of th Metropolitan
racing seaaon at Auteutl. The winner
was ridden by Frank O'Neill. Ameri
can Jockev and paid three to one in
VINA DEL MAR. Chile. Sept 1J.
Argentina and I'ruguay played a tie
game at one goal apiece in the second
came of the South American football
championship here today. Yesterday.
In the first game. BraxH defeated
Chile. 10 to 0.
The next game, between Braxil and
I'ruguay. will be played SaturU
i'.I AM' lt Al'II8. Msah . Sept. 12 '
The Grand Rapids cluh won the n -tral
league pennant raca which classed
today with 7 arsnset won and IS lost.
KiUnuioo finlaheO second. Luding
ton thud and Muaaegon fourth,
IN FUG RAGES
Inr-rcnss Lead Over
RerJs : Indians Lead in
NEW YORK. 9ept 12. Brooklyn
lncroas d its advantages aver the Cln
dnnatl Nationals to lhr anil a half
games today, while the Cle eland
Americans, who are first by seven-1
tenths of S point were unnhle to shake
the N"W York Yankees off their heels.'
Thtj New York National- lust today
and have four and a half games to
Bake up wl'.h less than a score to,
play. Th- Chicago Americans also
were defeated hut nr? only about ten
points behind Cleveland.
The standing of the three American
Cleveland--Won 83; lost 6J. per- ,
centage. 6194 0.
New York Won S; lost G3; per
Chicago Won 84; lost 54; percent
The Nrw York Yankees began their
western ;-ur by taking two out of
tlirt-f guinea from t'leveland. oulplav
lng the Indians In the field and at bai
With :h- rt.ption of tUQ gaanM lost ,
to Cleveland, the N w Yrk twlrlers
Were effective In every contest last j
work WhW'' r"ler!nnl w.i ill-iposing f
of tbe lull end Phliadciphlans today. L
the Y.tnlcees, hy hard hittrnjc, defeat' d s
jxirolt N-w S'ork will k( to CMcasjO
Thursday for three games.
The Chicago Americans won a ser
ies i.ust week from Boston, but today'
the Whl.. s,,x were tnable to hit t
Courtney of Washington. j
The Brooklyn Nationals pounded f
out 114 ha.- hits last week, surpass- l,
In their own weekly reeord of 11.'
this season. Their two defeats in.
Philadelphia were by clone mnrglns.
St. Louis pitchers could not (heck the n
batting and the Superbas won their y
eighth game toda when Grimes shut's
out t'hlcago The Reds rested todn- :
and after the Philadelphia series will 1
go to Brooklyn Thursday for the so
called "crucial" series.
The New York Nationals' pltehlrg
staff yielded only seven runs In so r
man- games Jaat week. Today h.w -evet
the Giants fell before St I-.u:s. r,
Which lost seven srnlKht Karnes last r(
week. Pittburg. which took four
Sjaines out of five from the Giants on
their r'nt Tostern trip, will come to
New York 1hursds n
j WHAT THEY SAY
According to an outsider taking .1
look at the inside working of the per
nant figh In Ih American leasee, th
Yankees are far from out of the muslin
fuaa The outsider le Jimm Burke of
h Hrowns He says:
"The Jesders of the American lagu
have Just begun to fight I look for
tbe same nip and tuck struggle to last
until the team come down to the last
wek of the season. Chicago la a
strong, well balanced team, with the
confidence of rbampiens and the sbl!
ity to plug along to the flmsb The
Indians may find It hard to teadju'
fbcmselves, but Speaker has a clever
team and be Is a natural leader The
Yak are factors, strong fsctr.r
and neither Speaker nor G lea son ran
dismiss them lightly If tfaev even at
'ernpt It. Miller Muggins will drive hb
team straight to tb- '.in pr r, v
matter what Cleveland or Chicago do.
tbe Yankees are Just as likely to ln
the pennant as either xf tbelr rivals
Tbe thre teams are so doee together
that an) thing may happen"
N K WIN
IONsITi N W. Bept 12 Billy
Khade. an American fshter. vesterday
1 keocked out Teas say Area, the A aus
tral lan welierwright rnampton in Lbs,
Lefty Mails Heaves Classy
Game for Speaker Against
1 AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L. Pet.
iCIeeland 2 51 llrt
New Y-.r' t 53 .1I70
I Chicago 84 hi .aSf
Hf. LOals K T .4?
Boston (6 73 .474
Washington 0 Tl .4o9
De-.rolt 63 i2 ,3l3
. Pkfladalphla 44 r 1 .;2
I At Chieago VNashlngton . Chicago
At Detroit New York 13. Detroit
At Cleveland Philadelphia 2. Cleve
At St. LguIj Barton 5. St Louis ?.
Ti da - s. in dub.
1 Boston at St. Louis.
New York at Detroit.
Philadelphia at Cleveland.
CLIO V ELAND, Sept. IS Cleveland
retained first place by defeating,
Philadelphia. 5 to 2.
Mains won his third American
I league game, Keeping the Athletics
hits well scattered.
Sml'h mads three doubles, each of:
vrhlch scored Bpeaker.
R II E. .
Philadelphia .2 7 1 1
Cleveland f 10 0
F-iry and Perkins. Malls and
CHICAGO. Sept. 13 Courtney let
Chicago down wit;i five hits today.:
whli" W ashington bunched hits on top
of William's wild nets and shut out
the loci Is. 3 to 0.
Manaeer Griffith, because of
decision by I'mplre Dlnneen In the
fourth inning, announced he was plsv
Ing the game Under protest.
R. H. E.
Washington f. 12 2i
Chicago 0 3 1 '
Courtney and Gharrlty; Williams.:
Wilkorson aPd schalk.
DETROIT. Sept. 18. Now York won I
from Detroit, 1 1 to 6. yesterday
Baho Ruth went hitleaa. but drew
four passes In six times up. Lewis!
and Plpp hit home-runs
M -vs. e)io ftarted for the Taukees,
was retired after allowing five hits
thn' r-ulted In four runs in onc-thlrd
of an Inning.
R. R E
Mea York 13 14 0
De:rolt C 14 1
Bays. Collins and Hannah, Duss.
: Ayers, Boland ar 1 Stanage.
ST LOUIS, Sept. 1 .V Home-runs hv
Hooper nnd Menoskey broke a tie in
th- elKhth Inning and irave Boston
a 9-to-7 letorj- over Bt, I.ouls In thi
ope) i-ig game of the series here yes
terday. Boston drove Deoerry from the box
In the fourth Inning.
Host's SJlldnsss forced his retire
ment In the seventh.
Bo.ston 17 0
St. Louis 7 11 2
Hoyt. Bush and Schang. Deberry.
Sothoron and Severlod.
w r ii hum 1
PHILADELPHIA Bud Ridley, the
Pacific coast bantam, who Is coming
east to box. Is hing doped os the I
successor to Pete Memum's c rown. He
h.is had 7 ring battles on the coast.
W MM 11 Will nr
BOSTON Six i-ltles hae put in
their olds for the 1 924 Olympic games.
They nre Boston. Chicago. Pasadena.
Koine. Christiana and Prague. All
I.ae well erppped sodiums.
III HIT .l I -.
CHICAGO Kid Oleason has made
mother small fortune for Owner C'orn
itkey of the White Sox this year. The
5ox have ptvved aggressive nnd srlentt-
lie baseball under the kid's guiding
RBaYI POR ntftD
MINNEAPOLIS Fred Fulton's!
manager. Tom Bourke h is nreacrlb
d th.- rrst rure for the tail plaeteyer. I
fn five weeks O Boarke says Fred will '
is 1 Mis i .sllii
Ni:w YORK Dr. I! E Coughlln"
in- ooaaplled statistics to prove that
Kxseb.ili is the most deadly sport. His
figures, covering ten years, show 214
fatalities for baseball, 31s for football.
'Ill for motor car raring and 105 for
l v ng.
FBI D Is PM 1 k
ST IIT8 Although Fe-lie
MTjuard he Is an "ambidn
It lakes a fingernail 132 dajs sj re
new liseir in a Inter and only 114 dsrs
GRIMES BLANKS I
Dodgers Continue to Lead in
National League Bunt
NATIONAL LEAGUE M
Brooklyn M R7 .68:
Cincinnati 74 37 .:"
New lork 75 0 . .Ill
Pittsburg 70 2
Chicago 6 7 ilM LH
St. Louis 3 R3 .432
Boston 53 7i 411
Philadelphia 62 11 3SS
Feabsrday's Resits sassv "
v K fort s- Louis Ik
At Brooklyn Chicago 0. BrookKn
No other games scheduled.
Tola's Sohcihilc. nKas!
Pittsburg at Boston.
Bt. Louis at New York.
( mcinnatl at Philadelphia.
BROOKXTX, Sit. 13 The Brook
Ivn Nationals got a firmer hold on
first plaCS yesterday when they won
the firs game of ihe series from
Chleago. 5 to
Orlmes of the Sup-rba waa In
- Incbl", yielding but four bits and i M
All the Brooklyn p!aers made nno
or mort bits, except Myers and Iflllen
tirim- reserved ierfect support H
N'angbn. of the Cubs, pitched Itegd s
ball Until the fifth inning, when H
Scbmnndt's Texn league hounded H
over Paskert's head for a triple. From H
this point on he was hit hard. H
R. H K
Chicago o 4
Vaughn. Bailey and O'Farrel);
Grime- and Miller H
RBW YORK. Sept. IS St. Louis
won the first of the series from Nw H
York yesterday. 6 to 3.
The Giants went Into the last inn-
Ing with the score C to 0 against them H
and started a rally, which Included H
five hit" three runs. pHj
Haines then gaya way to Sherdel. H
vVlth the buses filled. Young was bbbbbbbm
thrown out nt first ending the game BBBaassul
The Giants played poorly In th field sBBBBBBaa!
and were unable to solve Haines until
the ninth Innings. sWffvi
In the seventh Inning Kelly and BaasaVjl
nancrort mads a triple pia) R i
R H K i
I St. Louis .... 7 1 It A SL.
: New York 3 10 1 BBBBBaaasl
Haines. Sherdel and Dllhoffer; Nehf. J I ,
I and smith. sfl
GOLF PLAY IS
Qualifying Rounds for 1920
Club and Class Title i
The qualifying rounds for the lltf H
club and ris, championship wre H
played at the country club esterda. H
there tvventN elht entrants K Bl
M. M'irphy t irn-d In thr lowevt sror.- sBBBBSBTaa
c 82. The matches are to be played bbbbbbt all
c f f as follows neat Sunday night BssawiS
ll UtPK INSHIF LAM
F M Murphy m. (J W. Bhelnk. BBBWi.iia
T. Wright km
. Arthurs vs A. G Horn. HH
.v OHcV i - dW
I ss VI
R 'in . vTrlght T 1
w m Feb . s a r hia. io mm
K. Iek VI F Rf Bakt r
H W. Dunn s Flelrhor Seowcroft- sbbbbbb!
I. v . Witt
Frank Kills vs. V.. It Kimball
W V BoekefeMer vg W. F RUdlgCr i
' I Owllhsm vs W Barnes i
W. 11 Hares 1 1 M Bowe. I
CLASH V I T
1 1 It MacMilian s c a. Day. 1
No hand leaps are to be used. . B H
prize for the riub championship and H
speeJal prises will be swarded for the H
arlnaers of the other classes.
Luring the week the first matches ansa I
tor tbe final contests for the preel- pB 1
t. n up for women are to be played LB 1
Mr Qae M.n.le will play Mrs Ma ssasnl
Next Sunday the similar matches foe BaBasael
fh- presidents cup for men will be saBaBaBBasl
:ihard Leek will play W. f Rudl. BaBasaBBBsl
W. Arthur wilt play W n Felt H
Tbe finals in these two cor 'eats alll MM
The last flight for the lllgfr,w , uu kfx
daj As there are thre players v.i,., k
have won this cup twlre it looks varv I
much as if the rup would become the
retmsnert pr.,,,rr( of one of ipem BsaBaBaBasl
i eat gundsy H
Abbtt Ollck. who wen th August sasaBaBassI
IP. srlll donais the monthly cud tor sasasasaaal
May next year. H
I Will Rheumatism Again
; Bind You Hand and Foot? 1
Tt.ert are thousands of vlrijsna of
rheumatism who dread be approach of
damp wintry aeatber. for It means to
them a return of the pangs of rheu
If )oo had rheumatism last yesr and
treated only the pains of the disease
by rubblag with liniments and lotions.
ou alll be 10 'B shackles of this rs
i-v.'-i fu . kj get soma ;''tr
'rtsprto relief rrom the pa Las of tbe
- (If e of I he4 KSl 'etr
eeVga. but rbeumatlass is tco reel sed
ieasj s disease to Iv rubbed away '
If 7i wiah to break the shackles of
tbe disease, and tree yesreaif frosa us
Jomlnat.-.n. rj mr,st treat the r,urc, Lm
the disease. aaBBasaasai
So many cases of rheumatism come HH
rrom tiny ,erm la the blood, that 1 V3-
.hoy,,, trT ft remedy that ha. proJen Hfel
thorough y aatlsfaetory ,D UsggVaS. Wt
I H tbe fine old remedy cjern mW&
J i t-PwrltleJ: anV
noee all dtavat. ,.fBl , lasasK'
H 3 S today, and If you win write " 1
;;p f" cf your eaae ,ur ld
A.Unt. 'A Smf' '-Oratory.