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HH TOGDENSTANDARD--EXAMINER, SUNDAY, JUNE 27, 1920. 13
v LATE NEWS IN THE WORLD OF SPORT
I SMASH RECORDS
I New World and American
I IV'arks Set in Western Try-
I X outs for Olympic
I PASADENA. Calif.. Juno 26. One
I world nntl one American record woro
broken at tho western Olympic games
track and field trouts at Tournament
, of Roses park horo today.
W- p ' Representatives of tho Olympic club
M of San Francisco, made tho two new
I John K. Norton was officially
credited with running tho 440-yard
hurdle In 54 1-5 seconds, or 2-5 sec
I ond better than the previous world's
I record, established by AV. II. Meanlx
I at Cambridge, Mass.. July 16, 1915.
I C. F. Hunter, It was announced,
P broke, the previous American record
R of 15 minutes 6 2-5 seconds for tho
H 5,000 meter race by 3-6 of a second
D cstabllshea by L. Scott at Celtic Park,
N'. Y, May 26, 1912, when he made
the distance Sn 15 minutes 5 4-5 sec-
J. W Merchant of tho University of
I California, was the largest individual
I point winner, taking 11 in all.
I 4 40-varrt: First. George S. Schiller,
J University Southern California; sec-
i' ond, Colon Kilby. University of Rcd-
I land; third, Gwynn M. Wilson, Uni-
I vcraliy Southern California. Time.
I 48 4-5 seconds.
Running high jump. First, H. P.
Muller, University of California, 6 feet,
3 5-3 inches; second. Oliver Cory.
Chaffoy, Union high school. G feet 3
I inches; third, R. L. Tcmpleton, Olym
pic club', San Francisco, 6 feot 2 5-S
Running broad jump: First, J. W .
, Merchant, University of California, 22
feet, 10 Inches; second. vWllllam
Yount. University of Redlands, 2 2 teot
inches; thiru, . P. Muller, Univer
sity' of California, 22 feet u inches.
100 varda; First, Cnarlos V. Pad
dock, University of Southern Cali
fornia; second, Morris M. Kirksey,
Olympic club; third, Henry Williams,
Spokane Amateur Athletic club. Time.
j 4-5 seconds.
5,000 meter run: First, Charles F.
Hunter, San Francisco, unattached;
second, Charles H. Smith, Washington
Stato college, third, Art Forward,
Olympic club. Time, 11 minutes 4i
120-yard hurdles. First. William
Yount. Un!versit of Kedlands; sec
ond, John K. Norton, Olympic club,
third, Verle Murray. Los vngelcs A. C.
Time, 15 seconds. j
Throwing 5S-pound weight: First,1
James M. McEacnern, Olympic cluo.j
31 feet 10 Inches; second, Alma Ricn-j
ards, Ogden Athletic association. z'J i
feet inch; third, Georgo H. ulhi
man, Olympic club, 2S feet inch..
Putting lC-pound shot: First,
George n. Blhlman, Oljmpic club, 46
feet Vi Inch; second, hi. it. Cauglioy,
Olympic club. 4 1 feet 2 men; tnird,
R. N. Irving, University of Idaho, 4Jl
feet 11 y, inches. I
4 4 0-yard hurdles: First. John K. j
' j-" Norton, Olympic club; second, Charles
D. Daggs. Pomona college; third, Wil-j
lard Wells, Multnomah A. O. Time,
54 1-5 seconds.
880-yards: First. .A. B. Sprott,
University of California; second, Fred
E. Farmer, Olympic club; tnlrci,
Gwynn M. Wuson, University or
Southern California. Time, 1:5 i 4-5.
16-pound hammer throw: First.
J. "W. Merchant, University of Call-!
fornla, ICS tcet 6 Inches; second, J.
M. McEachcrn, Olympic club, San!
Francisco, 160 feet; tnird, William
Lyonwe3t, Los Angeles A. C. 05 ttet. :
3,000 meter walk eliminated be
cause there was only one cnlry,
220-yard dash: bimi, Cnarles W.
Padderek, U. S. C-; second, Morris
M. Klrksey. Olympic club; third.
Henry Wiliams, ispoKano A. C. Time,
21 2-5 seconds.
Throwing tlio discus: Firdt. Wil
liam K. Bartlctl, University of Ore
gon, 143 feet 3 Inches; second, Augus
tus R. Pope, University of Washing
ton, 142 feet '2 inch; third, John u.
Boyle, U. S. C, 139 feet 6 inches.
Pole vault: First, Kldon 1. Jcnne,
Wrashlngton Stato college, lz teet t
inches; second, Charles W. Bergdtrom,
L. A. A. C, 12 feet; third, Klcnard L.
Emmons, U. S. C., 11 feet 6 inches.
Mile run: First, A. Grant Swan,
- Multnomah A. C; second, A. B. Sprott,
s U. C; third, Fred E. Farmer, Olym
pic club. Time, 4 mlnuteu 23 -i-b
Throwing the javelin: First, John
F. Manner, Olympic club, 178 teet 11
inches; second. Arthur M. Tuck, Uni
versity of Oregon, 177 teet; tnird, K.
N. Irving, University of Idaho, 1U5
feot 2 V4 inches.
10,000 meter run: First, William J.
Churchill, Olympic club; second,
Charles H. Smith, Washington State
college; third, Ted A. Johnson, L. A.
A. C. Time, 33 minutes 55 seconds.
Running, hop, step and Jump: First,
Robert W. Kelly, Olympic club, 46 feet
6 Vt Inches; second, H. P. Muller, U.
C, 45 feet 5 Inches; third, Donald P.
Nichols, Pomona nigh "scnool, -M feet
6 inches. i
Chicago Giants lay
Flay Ogden Bail Team
h Tho fast Chicago Giants, composed
iH entirely of colored players, aro anxious
JH to arrange a three-game scries with
H,w the Ogden club, according to word re-
calved hero by local representatives
otv-the colored section of the city.
Manager Frank Scott of the local
club stated yesterday that games with
the Chicago stars would be arranged.
COAST LEAGUE RESULTS,
j SACRAMENTO, Juno 26. Score:
R. H. E.
Salt Lake 7 10
1 Sacramento 8 9 1
1 Batteries: Lcvcrenz, Relgor and
Byler, Jenkins; Fittcry, Penner and
PORTLAND, Ore., Juno 26. Score:
First game R. H; E.
H Seattle 0 6 1
H Portland j
M Batteries: Demarec and Adams;
j ' Poison and Baker.
H Second game R. H. E.
B Seattle 4 12 f
H Portland 5
B Batteries: Schorr and Baldwin;
H Jones, Junoy and Kochler.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 26. Score:
R. II. E.
H' los Angeles 4 5 2
j Oakland r S 11 1
Hl Batteries; Aldridge and Bassler;
Kj Weaver, Krau3o and Dorman.
LOS ANGELES, June 26. Scoro:
9 - R. I I. E.
H San Francisco 0.1 2
1 Vernon 112
H Batteries: Couch and Agnew; 13 ell
H1' and. DoYormer.
Crowd of 38,000 Sees Game;
White Sox Defeat Naps;
Athletics Lose 17 in Row
NEW YORK, June 26. The Amer
icans won an overwhelming victory
over Boston this afternoon, winning
I the seconU gamo of the scries, 14 to 0.
I A capacity crowd of 3S.000 saw the
game Whilo Warren Collins, a Texas
league recruit, pitched a one-hit shut
out In his third major league start,
the Yankees batted pltcliors Bush and
Karr for IS hits, totalling 32 basca.
: Score- R. II. E.
Uoston 000 000 000 0 1 1
New York ...220 045 lOx 14 IS 0
Batteries: Bush. Karr and Walters;
Collins and Hannah.
Lnlo Rally ineffective.
CHICAGO. June 26. Chicago hit
four CleVehmd pitchers today and won
12 to 7. Cleveland made a belated
i rally in tho ninth when Gardner trip
ped with the bases full but it availed
them nothing. Faber was effective
except In the final Inning when he ap
parently cased up, having a nine-run
jlcad at that time. Score: R. II. E.
Cleveland . ..001 100 Oil 7 11 2
Chicago . . ..000 704 Olx 12 14 2
Batteries: Caldwell, Faoth. Myers,
Niehaus and O'Neill; Faber and!
Senators Dercat Athletics.
WASHINGTON. June 26. Wash
ington defeated Philadelphia today 4
to 3 in a pitcher'3 battle between Zach
ary and Perry. In tho ninth with
Gharrity on second through Dugan's
error and a stolen base, two out and
the score tied, Perry purposely walked
Judge to bring up Milan who sent a
I lino drive to right, scoring tho win
ning run. It was Philadelphia's sev
enteenth straight defeat. Score:
R. H. E.
Philadelphia -.100 200 000 3 10 3
Washington . .011 100 001 4 10 1
Batteries: Perryand Myatt; Zach
ary and Gharrity.
Timers Win Over Browns.
ST. LOUIS. June 26. Timely hit
ting, Davis' wildness and an error by
Billings resulted in Detroit defeating
St. Louis, 5 to 2, today. Billings' er
ror allowed two runs. Score: R. IT. E.
Detroit 220 000 010 5 6 0
jSt Louis . ...000 000 110 2 6 lj
Batteries: Dauss and Alnsmlth;
Davis and Billings. j
O'Dowd to Fight
j McKay at Pocatello1
Considerable interest in Ogden has
been manifested In the championship
scrap at Pocatello July 5. between
Gordon McKay, Idaho star, and Mlko
O'Dovrd, one of the brainiest men in
the ring today. It Is said that moro
I than 100 fans from Ogden will depart
j for the scone oi the scrap Sunday,
In local circles the betting .seems
to be even with both men having nu
The arena at Pocatello Is being com
pleted and will scat more than S000
fans, according to word reaching here
trom that city.
. oo j
Bill Glasmann Will '
Enter Fistic Trials
William "Bill" Glasmann. well
known in athletic circles in Utah anu
the west, will depart next week for
Portland, where he will wear the col
ors of the Ogden Athletic Association
in the boxing events scheduled for
that city July 1 and 2.
During the world war Glasmann was
tho champion middleweight of the
Pacific Coast service men and has
been In constant training for the tilts
Glasmann is out to mako the Ameri
can Olympic team, and Is said to car
ry a wallop in his left paw that w.Ul
mean ruin to opponents.
MINNEAPOLIS, Miiin., June 26.
Score: R. II. E.
Kansas City 5 9 7
Minneapolis . .17 20 0
Batteries: Boldcn, Schultz, Letter
and Sweeney; James and Mayer.
ST. PAUL, Juno 26. Score:
N R. H. E.
Milwaukee 11 16 0
St. Paul 7 14 1
Batteries: Gcarln, Reinhart andj
Gaston; Grlncr and Williams, Har
gravc. COLUMBUS. O.. Juno 26. Score: .
R. XT. E.
Indianapolis 5 7 2
Columbus . 3 S 1
Batteries: Potty and ITenline; Dan
forth and Hartley.
TOLEDO. O., Juno 26. Score:
R. II. E.
Louisville 6 10 S
Toledo .j o 1
Batteries: Grahnm, Wright and
Meyer; Strykor and Murphy.
MISS ZINDERSTEIN WINS
DETROIT. Juno 26. Miss Marlon
Zlnderstcln of Boston defeated Mies
Corlnne Gould of St. Louis, for tho
women's national clay court tennis
championship here today, 6-0, 6-1.
Tho former champion was far off
her usual form, while Miss Zinder
steln's game was marked by speed,
flawless service and accuracy
throughout. Her lead, assumed at
the outset, was never in danger and
the SU Louis girl failed to win a gamo
until tho sixth of tho final set, when
she caught her opponent at a disad
vantage. Tho doubles championship went to
Miss Eleanor Tcnnant of Los Angeles,
and Miss Florence Ballin of New
York, who defeated Miss Gould and
Miss Roberta Esch of Cleveland, 6-3.
In the mixed doubles', Miss Tonnant
and Ira Relndol defeated Miss Zlnd
erstcln and G. Rclndcl, Jr., 1-6, 6-4.
DOCS KNOW HOUSTON
MEANS TO BE "DRY"
HOUSTON. Something's wrong
hero. Everybody admits It but no
body knows what. Overnight whisky
sales have dropped 3900 por cent. In
the early. part of ono week proscrip
tions for spirits frumenti averaged 40
a day. There was one on Friday. Mor
ris A. Moore, prohienforccr, aayo he
didn't tell doctors not to write 'em.
"They just know we mean business."
TWO FROM RMS
Take Second Place in League;
Phillies Defeat Giants;
Superbas Lose Twice
CINCINNATI, June 26. St. Louia
went to second plncc in the National
league race today by winning both
games of a doubleheadcr from tho
champions, 5 to 0 and 4 to 3. Both
teams played perfect ball In tho field
but tho hitting of the visitors was
much moro effective than the Reds.
Ructher was pounded hard In the first
game while Hainea pitched perfectly
allowing only three hits. In the oec
(ong gamo long drives by the Cardinals
gave them the victory.
In the eighth inning of the second
game Pitcher Luquo of the Reds at
tacked Umpire Klem and dealt him
'several hard blows about the head.
! Luque claims it was due to vicious
j language used by .hc official. Luquo
land Catcher Allen of the Reds both
j made affidavits ths t Klem had used
If the claims aro proved the club
will bring charges against Klem.
Luque was put out of tho game and
Eller finished it. Previous to this In
cident a shower of pop bottles foil
around Klem when ho called Four
nier safo at the plate in the sixth in
ning. Wingo waa put out of tho gamo
at this time for abusive language.
Score: R. IT. E.
St Louis 200 000 030 5 11 0
Cincinnati 000 000 0000 3 0
Haines and Dllhocfer. Ructher and
St Louis 100 200 100 I 9 2
Cincinnati 000 200 1003 6 0
Doak. Shcrdel and Clcmons; Luque.
Eller and Wlngo, Allen.
Phillies and Glnnts Split.
PHILADELPHIA, Juno 26. After
losing the first game of today's double
header to New York. 9 to 6, In 11 Inn
lings, Philadelphia slaughtered Benton
in the second game, S to 1. Causey
allowod New York ono hit up to the
ninth when he eased up. The first
contest was a bitterly fought struggle.
Meadows was put off the field for pro
testing a decision. Gallia succeeded
him. Rixey'e wild pitch allowed the
trying run in the ninth.
Pinch hitter King's single scored a
run for New Yor!' In the tenth, but
doubles by Williams and Cravath tied
It up again. Lebourveau, running for
Cravath, seemed to have scored also
on Meusel's single, "but Umpire Harri
son called him out, and a dozen pop
bottles were thrown by fanH. narrowly
I George Smith was ineffective in tho
11th and New York easily scored thrco
Scores: R. IT. E.
New York ..000 010 211 13 9 19 2
Philadelphia 011 000 030 10 6 11 1
Barneu, Nchf and E. Smith; G.
Smith, Meadows, Gallia, Rixey and
Now York 000 000 001 1 3 2
Philadelphia. 10 130, 30X S-L4- 1
Bentonand Snyder; Causey and
Pirate Defeat Cub3
PITTSBURG. June 26. Pittsburgh
won from' Chicago today 9 to 4 In a
game featured by heavy hitting. The
Visitors secored ono run off Hamilton
in the first Inning and three in the
second. Meadow and Ponder held
Chicago scoreless for seven innings.
In the eighth Pittsburgh came from
behind, scoring six runs on six hits
'and two walks.
Score: R. IL E.
Chicago 130 000 000 1 10 2
'Pittsburgh 001 002 06X 9 17 1
Vaughn, and O'Farrell; Hamilton,
Mcader, Ponder and Schmidt, Lee.
Brucs Take Double
BOSTON, June 26, Boston defeat
ed Brooklyn In both ends of a double
header today, taking the first game
1 to 0 and tho second 7 to 2. Tho
opener was a pitcher's battle in which
Oeschyer had thf edge of Smith.
Bunched hits off Grimes In the third
and fifth innings decided the second
game in Boston's favor.
Scores: R. IT. E.
Brookyln 000 000 000 0 3 l
Boston 001 000 OOx 1 10 0
Smith, Miljus and Kcucser;Ocschgcr
Brooklyn 001 000 001 2 6
Boston 00H 030 lOx 7 12 1
Grimes, Miljus and Miller. Elliott;
Fllllngim and O'Neill.
' At Memphis, 3, Birmingham, 9.
J At Nashville. 3; Mobllo, 2.
At Chattanooga, 3; New Orleans, 1.
At Llttlo Rock. 1; Atlanta. 5.
SELECT SLOOP RESOLUTE
TO DEFEND AMERICA'S CUP
NEWPORT, R. I., Juno 26 Tho se
lection of the sloop Resolute to de
fend tho America's cup against tho
Shamrock IV, was aunouncod today
by C. Oliver Isolin. member of tho
committee on cup defense of the New
York Yacht club. It was also an
nouncod that the first raqo would bo
sailed off Sundy Hook on July 16.
Tho decision was reached after tho
committee had witnessed tho laat trial
race betwoen Resolute and Vanltie in
their elimination series hero loday,
which was called off about 20 min
utes after tho yachts had passod tho
outer mark with Vanitle a half mile
in the lead. Today's race was In a
vory light brnczo and wds not itartcu
until late in the afternoon. The
courso was a beat under tho lightest
of airs. The tlmo wad: Vanltie, atari
3 47; outer mark, 5:44:19. Resolute,
start 3:47; outer mark, 6:47.
ONE SOUTHERN RECORD
GOES IN OLYMPIC TRIALS
NEW ORLEANS. Juno 26. Only
one southern record was broken In
the southern Olympic tryouts today at
Tulano stadium. This was by Lemon,
of Dallas, with a Jump of 22 feet 5
inches in the running broad jump.
Lemon was one of tho stars of tho
Coughlin of Suwanee, ran a flno
race in the 440-yard hurdles, going
over tho sticks In 59 3-5 seconds. Wolf,
Buylor, won the sprints, whilo Skid
more, Suwanee, won two weight
NEWARK. The police here nomin
ate fot1 tho title of "Meanest Man"
the gcntlomau who stole a $1 bill from
a huge, tamborlne erected in front of
tho city hall in a Salvation Army drive.
He unpinned. It and carried It off.
IKE ffiT TIE
Metropolitan District of New
York First in 12 of the
FRANKLIN FIELD. PHILADEL
PHIA, June 26. The three thousand
meter walk was the only event In
which a new record was made in tho
eastern Olympic track and field try
outs here today. William Plant,
Morningsldo A. A., covered tho dis
tance in 12 minutes 66 2-5 seconds.
A. G. Dctsch, running unattached,
from tho Metropolitan district, equal
led the world's record in the 440 yard
hurdles race when ho covered tho dis
tance In 54 3-5 seconds over three
foot hurdles. The record will not
stand, however, as he toppled tho
In tho final of the SS0 yard run only
the third men In the trial licats com
peted, the first and second placo wln
jners saving themselves for tho final
tryouts in Boston in July. '
j Early W. Eby, captain of the Unl
.verslty of Pennsylvania track team,
land champion of tho A. E. F In tho
400 meter, won his heat today in the
& SO yard race in ono minute 54 2-5
Edward J. Mehan, western confer
ence champion, was second in this
heat. A. B. ITelffrlch, of tho New
York A. C, won the other trial heat
Ooorgo A. Brondcr, Jr., tho Inter-
allied javelin thrower, was on the
I field but did not compete while IT.
IF. Prcm, intcr-alllod title holder, fln
jlohed third in the hop, step and Jump.
Patrick J. Ryan, another inter-allied
champion, was an easy winner in the
The Metropolitan district of New
York took tlrst place in 12 of the
19 events on the program, Boston tak
ing two, the Allegheny district one, the
middle Atlantic district one, two firsts
going to the Chicago A. A., .Myers and
Landers, who competed under their
college registrations. J. M. Walt of
Cornell, winner of the 120 yard high
hurdles, competod from tho Niagara
100 yard dash First. L. Murchison.
Now York A. C; second, Harold B.
Lover, Meadowbrook club; third, Wil
liam D, Hays, Boston A. C. Tlmo 10
One mllo run First 11. C. Cutbill,
Boston A. C; second, M. L. Shields.
Meadowbrook; third, L. G. Wat3on.
Meadowbrook. Timo 4 minutes 22
Hammer throw: First, Patrick
Ryan. Iiughlln Lyceum. 171 feet six
inches; second, O. F. Dandrow, Bos
ton A. C, 154 feet inches; third.
William S. McCormick. unattached,
130 feet 6& inches.
Shot put First, P. J. McDonald,
New York A. C, 46 foet 1 Inches;
second. H. G. Cann, New York A C.
41 feet 7 Inches; third, W. C. Beers.
Now lork A. C. 43 feet 4Vi Inches.
5000 metro ruiijjrFlrat, John Sim
mons, Now York St'C; second, I. C.
Dresser, New York A. C; third, Max
Boland, Paullst A. C. Time 15:30 4-5.
120 yard high hurdles First. John
M. Walt, unattached; second, Harold
iE. Barron, Meadovbrook; third. Tevls
.Huhn, Princeton university. Time
16 1-5 seconds.
440 yard run First, J. W. Driscoll,
Boston A. C; second. James J.
O'Brien, Laughlin Lyceum; third. J.
C. Bobbins, New Y'ork A. C. Tlmo
49 4-5 seconds.
56 pound wolght First, P. J. Mc
Donald, New Yot'k A. C, 36 feot 4&
inches; second, Patrick Ryan, Laugh
lin Lyceum. 32 feet 2 Inches; third,
Thomas Anderson. St. Christopher A.
C 31 feet 3f. Inches.
Polo vault First, E. E. Myers, un
attached, 12 foet, 9 Inchos; second.
Sherman Landers, University of Penn
sylvania. 12 foet 6 inches; third. J.
Brickloy. New York A. C. 12 feet.
Discus First, R. G. Walkor. Now
York A. C. 139 feet 9 inches; sec
ond. E. J. Mullor. Now York A. C,
133 feet 13 Inchos; third. W. F Bar
tels. University of Pennsylvania. 120
feet 10 Inches.
10.000 meter run First. Earl John
son, Morgan Community club; second,
G. Cornotta. Now Y'ork A. C; third,
P. Flynn, Paullst A. C. Time 32 min
utes 3S 4-5 seconds.
440 yard hurdles First. A. G.
Delsch, unattached; second, Frank F
Loomls, Chicago A. A.; third. William
IT. Meadlx. Boston A C. Tlmo 51 3-5
220 yard dash First. Allen Wood
ring. Meadowbrook; second, A. B
Kelly, Now York A. C; third, D. H.
Do witt, New Y'ork A. C. Tlmo 21 4-5
Javelin throw First, J. C. Lincoln.
New York A. C. 134 feet 9 Inches;
second, F. N. Emory, Meadowbrook
club, 169 foot; third, W. Holblg, Cen
tral high school, Newark, 15S foet 3
Hop, step and Jump First, Shor
man Landers, University of Pennsyl
vania. 4 7 feot 4t Inches; second, Wil
liam Roscnburg, Gloncoo A. C. 45 feot
SVa inches; third. II. Prom, Now Y'ork
A. C. 4 5 foot.
880 yard run First, Tom Campbell,
lalo univorsity; second, P. M. Spink.
Chicago A. C; third, R. E. Johnson,
Dos Moines, la., college. Time
3000 motors walk First, William,
Morningsldo A. A.; second, R. F,
Reamer, American Walkers' associa
tion; third, J. B. Herman, Now Y'ork
A. C. Tlmo 12 minutes 56 2-5 seconds.
880 yard run First, Sandy Evans,
Salem Crescent club; second, J. T.
Higglns. Fordham university. Tlmo 2
minutes 3 secondB.
Trim Layton Nine
BRIGHAM, June 26 Normnn Wat
kins became a hero In Brlgham today
when with a mighty wallop ho knocked
put a homo run in tho third Inning,
bringing In two men and himself, in
the gamo with tho heretofore invinci
ble Layton players.
Later Brlgham made another tally
and the Bcore ended -1 to 1 for the lo
cals. Batteries, for Layton,' Williams and
Adams; Brigbam, Morgan and Stone.
LOST RIGHT HAND IS
THE CAUSE OF WORRY"
SPOKANE Milton Kerwin doesn't
know what to do with his right hand.
It is his but he can't wiggle tho fin
gers and it won't hold a fork. Ac
cording to latest reports Kerwln'.s
"mitt" waa in the morgue. Three days
ago It bobbod up In a load of wood
and was taken by the police.
The lace trade affords -employment
I to 200,000 persons in France,
Illinois A. C. Follows Chicago
A. A. in Points Secured
on Stagcj Field
STAGG FIELD, CHICAGO, June 26.
Alhlotlc .stars running under the
colors of the Chicago athletic associa
tion carried off the lion's share of
honors in tho midwest trials for the
American Olympic team at Stagg Field
today, scoring sixty-eight points in tho
nlnetocn events, Tho Illinois athletic
club loam of Chicago, was second with
Although no records were broken,
several noteworthy performances woro
made. Jole Ray of Illinois A. C,
American champion distance runnor,
won tho mile run in tho remarkably
fast time of 4:16. Jackson Scholfc,
University of Missouri, westorn con
ference dash champion, took the
meanuro of Howard Drow of Drako
university, Joint holder of tho world's
record in the 100-yard event, breaking
the tapo In 0:10. Seholz, however, was
defeatod In the 220-yard event, which
went to Massengale, a teammate. Drew
Raj- Watson, the distance runner
of tho Kansas Aggies, won a thrilling
race from C. C. Rurnas of Purduo in
the 5000-meter event, his time was
15:40. Amlllo Patasonl, an Indian
from Haskell institute, set a furious
paco in the 10, 000-meter run, winning
It by two laps in 33:36 3-5. This lime
was two minutes behind the world's
Frank F03S of the Chicago A. A.,
holder of the world's record In the
pole vault at 13 feet 3 9-16 inches, won
his event with a leap of 13 feet.
Tho Chicago A. A. qualified twenty
two men who will compete In the
finals at Cambridge, Mass., July 17.
The C. A. A. stars scored in every
event xjxeept ono.
Hammer throw First, B. Bennett,
Chicago A. A., 155 feet; second, J.
Shanahan. Illinois A. C, 138 feet 10
inches; third, K. L. Wilson, Chicago
A. A., 137 feot 6 Inches.
Mile run First. Jolo W. Ray, Illi
nois A. C; second, A. A. Schardt. Chi
cago A. A.; third, D. C. Stone, Illinois
A. C. Time 4:16.
One hundred and twenty yard hur
dles First, Walkor Smith, Chicago A.
A.; second, Waldo Ames. Chicago A,
A.; third, A. I. Andrews, Chicago A. A.
Timo 0:15 1-5.
High Jump First, J. Murphy. Notre
Dame, 6 feet 3 Inches; tied for sec
ond and third George Grogness, Chi
cago A. A., and S. Bosborn, University
of Illinois, six feel.
Shot put First, Arllc Mucks, Chi
cago A. A., 43 feet; second. J. L.
Baker. University of Michigan. 42
feet. 4 inches; third, E. A. Sandfur,
University of Kansas. 40 feet 9V
Throe thousand meter walk First,
Alex Seller. Chicago A. A.; second, E,
L. Malone, Clevoland A. C; third, A.
Parker. Logan's Square A. C, Chica
go. Tlmo 14:44 1-5.
Four hundred and forty yard hur
dles First, Floyd Smart. Chicago A.
A-; .second,. M. K. Pattcrn3on, Drake
university; third. M. Burke, llllnoh
A. C. Tlmo 0.55 3-5.
Broad Jump First. Sol Butler, Du
buque college, 23 fpu 9 inches; sec-
university. 21 feet, 8 inches; third, C.
E. Jaqults, Chicago A. A., 21 feet 7
Fifty-six pound First, J. Shanahan.
Illinois A. C. 31 feet 4 Inches; sec
ond. P. Mclntyre, Illinois A. C, 30
fee: l1 inches; third. O. R. Benson,
Chicago A. A., 29 feet 11 inches.
Discus throw First. R. M. Hustcd,
Chicago A. A., 135 feet 6-4 Inches;
socond, E. Gllflllan, Illinois A. C. 132
feot 10 Inches; third, Arlie Mucks,
Chicago A. A. 130 feot lO1 inches.
Running, hop, otep and jump
Flrot. D. F. Ahern. Illinois A. C. 4 7
feet, 8-"K inches; second, C. E. Jaquith.
Chicago A. A., 4 6 feet 44 Inches;
third, W. B. Ovorbee, University of Il
linois, 4 5 feet 74 Inches.
Javelin throw First, IC L. Wilson,
Chicago A. A., 1S2 feet; second, M.
Angler, Illinois A. C. 179 foet 4 inches;
third. R. Miller, Purduo university,
174 feet 6 inches.
Three thousand meter' run First
A- Patasonl, Haskell Institute; second,
Christenson, Logan Square A. C, Chi
cago; third, G. S. Coblcr, Chicago A.
A. Timo 33:36 3-5.
Two hundrod and twenty yard dash
First, G. P. MasKongalo, University
of Missouri; second, S. P. Brow, Drako
university; third, Jackson Seholz, Uni
versity of Missouri. Timo 0:21 4-5.
"I'M DEAF AND DUMB," SAYS
PRISONER; SIXTY DAYS
DETROIT. That he was deaf and
dumb was tho plea offered in court by
Walter Stanley as an excuse for beg
ging until his honor asked in a very
"Were you in tho service?"
"Yes, your honor," the dumb man
said quickly. "And I'm a mcmbor of
the American Legion, too."
"In that case wo will adjourn your
case until Major Roehl, of tho Ameri
can Legion, Investigates your record,"
tho court decided.
Tho Investigation developed that
Stanley had nover been In the service
Ho was sentonced to sixty days in thc
houso of correction without the alter
native o a fine.
Stanley was nrrestcd on Gratiot ave
nuo while ho was asking for alms on
a plea of boiug deaf and dumb be
cause of a "recent accident." He had
collected ?15 when the officer arrested
him. On the typewritten plea he gave
his name as Michael O'Day, of Den
Games Played in
Farm Bureau League
Four fast games were played In the
Weber County Farm Bureau league
yesterday afternoon. Plain City easily
trimmed Huntsvlllo aggregation at
Plain City, the score being 16 to 0.
Pleasant View won a snappy game
from South Weber. 15 to S, and Lib
erty defeated North Ogden, G to 1.
Hooper trimmed Eden on tho Eden lot
the scoro being 10 to 3. Those games
arc all in Class A league.
IMAYBE IT WAS A GIFT TO SELF.
AKRON. A carefully dressed Indi
vidual naming himself Charle3 P. Ab
bot, dropped into a big Jowelry store
and told the clork ho wanted a ?"550
diamond as a gift. Ho paid for it with
Now York bank drafts. Vanished.
Bank wired payment stopped on
drafts. They're looking for Abbot and.
the gift diamond.
Garland Twirler Holds Local
Baseball Team to
Won. Lost Pet.
Layton 7 1 .875
Tromonton-Garland ...6 2 .750
Ogden 5 3 025
Brlgham City '.4 .4 .500
Honcyvlllo 2 6 .250
Bountiful 0 8 .000
Honcyvlllo 2, Bountiful 14.
Brlgham City 4, Layton 1.
GARLAND, June 26. Keogh on the
slab for tho locals held the fast Og
den club of the Wasatch league to
three hitB in a regular league -game
here today, winning by a scoro of S to 3,
The tall twirler jof the local club held
tho Ogdcnltcs hitlcss until the sixth
In the first Ining a squabble over
an umpire's decision caused consider
able argument botwen both clubs. In
the second frame tho umpire called
Myers safe at first on an infield hit
and a few seconds lator reversed the
decision. The game was protested by
th Ogden officials due to the change.
In decision by the umpire. Insulting
remarks were directed at the Ogden
club by spectators of tho local club
and this phase also was protosted
ihc outcome, to be determined by the
Collins on the slab for the visitors
was driven to cover In the fourth in
ning after he had dealt out sever?.!
hits to the locals. Scott who relieved
him twirled good ball. Miller ond
Kaefer wore the only Ogden ;layrs
to obtain hits the former sapping out
a triple and a single during the game.
A shoe string catch by Johnny Myers
was the fielding feature of the game, j
One of the largest crowds of the
season attended the game. The box
AB R IT
French, cf .3 ' 0 0
Butterfled, rf )3 0 0
Schultz, ss -.4 0 0
Miller, c 3 0 2
Davidson. 2b . .2 0 0
Kaefer 3b 2 0 1
J. Meyers, If 3 0 0
Cole, lb . 3 1 0
Collins, p 1 C 0
Scott! p ...e 1. 0 0
Totals ...25 1
AB R IT
Holmstead, cf . . . . 5 0 1
1 Leonard, c 4 1 2
Myer. If 2 3 2
, Romney, 3b 4 l 1
Ellison, rf --...'J 0 0
Gleason, 2b ..... 2 1 1
Burrows, ss V .3 1 1
; Lovett, lb 2 1 1
Keogh, p 2 0 0
Totals 26 S 9
Score by Innings:
1 Ogden 000 001 000 1
' Tromonton-Garland ..301 210 01 S
Summary: Three base hits Miller,
Leonard, Romney. Two base hits
' Lovett Struck out By Keogh 9, by
' Collins 4, bv Scott 3. Bases on balls
' Off Collins .2. off Scott 4. off Keogh 3.
' Double pla Gleason to Lovett. Er
rors Ogden 6. Tremonton-Garlan J 5
' Umpire Dewoy. Tlmo of game, 2
" hours 15 minutes,
TO HI FIELD
Action Already Started by Og
den and Weber Students
With more than a month of
the summer vacation already passed
students of Ogden High school and
Weber Normal college are clamoring
for action on the part of city officials
for a now athlotlc field. La: spring
considerable action was taken by the
city officials and others interested
but tho good work was allowed to dlo
and now with but a few months left
before tho gridiron season opens the
plans have not materialized.
Tho park at Lorln Farr is minus
a fence, and It would bo almost Im
possible to stago games thoro this fall
without an lnclosure, as the expenses
of the visiting team, tho coot of ma
terials and othor expensos must be
paid during the season by all aggre
gations Interested in tho gamo and
with no monoy coming In tho game is
due to dlo.
Howovor, tho students expect to ob
tain assistanco from somo angle, from
whonce they know not, but they aro
cndavorlng to sccuro a means of aiding
the athletes in securing suitable
grounds for tho playing of contests and
for practico use.
Ogden In past years has always had
Its share of classy athletes, somo com
ing from Weber and some coming
from Ogden high, but they have all
worked undor great handicaps.
Hundreds of stars have been devel
oped at the two schools despite the
fact that training facilities havo been
lacking. In tho fall of tho year the
gridiron prospects must hlko thorn
solves blocks and blocks boforo a field
largo onough for practico can bo locat
ed. And with this phaso corrected
tho Lorln Farr grounds aro many
blocks from town.
Unloss action is taken by the city
in the noar future, tho city board of
education will withdraw their donation
of $1000 It Is said and otart plans for
a now athletic field for their stu
donts. While this has been rumored
around tho city no dcflnlto action has
The young athletes are in need and
tho call Is out, but tho question is
will It bo answerod? No one knows
but the school authorities of tho Og
den high school aro starting plans for
a field for Tiger athletics, and tho
coming fall may soo tho Tlgors all
dolled up with a now field, and the
wlso owls aro patting themselves on
tho back, thanking tho lord that tholr
wants havo at last boon answerod.
HARVARD BASEBALL NINE
WINS SERIES WITH YALE
BOSTON, June 26 Harvard's base
ball nine today completed the athletic
successes bogun with tho victory of
tho Crimson crew yesterday by win
ning from Yalo, 6 to 3, in the docld
ing game of tho scries. Each had won
a game previously, making tho play
It is said that croes ?o the quick
st growing of plants.
Sacramento Defeats H
Salt Lake Bees 8 to 7 i H
SACRAMENTO, June 28. S&cra- i
mcnto defeated Salt Lake 8 to 7 her I H
today. Scoro: ' H
AB. R. H. PO. A ,33 JM
Maggcrt, cf 3 1 2 2 0 0
Sandg,. 3b 4 0 0 1 4 1 IH
Krug, 2b 4 1 2 4 4 0
Rumlor, rf ...... 5 0 1 l'O 0 IH
Shcely, lb 4 1 2 13' 1 0
Mulligan, ss 3 10.0 10 -
Hood, If 4 2 2 3 0 0
Byler, c 0 0 2 1 0
Levcrenz, p 0 0 0 1 0 H
Reiser, p 1 0 0 0 1 0
Thurston 1 0 0 0 0 0
Jenkins, c 1 1 3 0 0 JM
Totals . 35 7 10 29 13 1
AB. R. IT. PO. A. .H
Sckang, rf 4 4 3 2 l u
Kopp, If 3 1 1 0 0
Compton, cf , 3 2 3 1 0
Hurley, lb 5 0 1 12 2 0
Shcchan, 3b 3 0 1 1 2 0
Grovcr, ss 4 0 0 4 8 1
McGaffigan, 2b ... 4 0 0 3 4 0 IH
Cook, c 4 0 0 4 3 0 V
Filtory. P 3 0 0 0 1 1
Penner, p 1 0 0 0 0 0
Cady 1 0 1 0 0 0
Totals 35 S 9 30 22
Two out when winning run scored. H
Thurston batted for Levercnz in H
'seventh. Cady batted for Grover in H
Score by innings H
Salt Lake ...0 00000501 1 7
Sacramento ..2 0 0 0 2 0 0 '2C-4 2 S
Summary: Runs resp6nslble for H
Lcvereriz 4, Fittcry 0,' Penner 1, Rel- H
ger 4. Three-base hits Schang 2 H
Stolen bases Kopp, Schang, Rumler, H
Shcely. Two-base hit Hood. Sajrrl- H
flee hits Compton, Maggcrt, Kopp. H
Sands. Shecly. Bases on balls Off H
Leverenz 2. Double play Sands to IH
Krug to Shcely. Charge defeat to Rel- H
ger. Credit victory to Penner. Um- H
plre Phylc. H
NATIONAL LEAGUE 1
STANDING OF TEAMS.
W. L. Pet.
Cincinnati 32 25 .561 H
St. Louis 35 2S .556 H
Brooklyn . 31 27 .534
Pitsburg . 26 .509 IH
Chicago . .'. 30 30 .500 I'H
Boston 26 2S .451 I
New oYrk 27 23 .450 jH
Philadelphia 25 35 .417
Brooklyn 0-2 at Boston 1-7. '
New Y'ork. 9-1 at Philadelphia 6-S. JM
Chicago 4 at Pittsburg S.
St. Louis 5-1 at Cincinnati 0-3.
AMERICAN LEAGUE 1 I
STANDING OF TEAMS.
W. L. Pet. JM
Cleveland 39 21 .650
New York 4 0 23 .635
Chicago ;..35. 25 .5S3
Washington 30 26 .536
Boston 29 2S .509 JM
SL Louis 29 31 .4S3 VM
Detroit 21 29 .420 JM
Philadelphia 16 46 .264 lJM
Ciovcjand 7 ao Chicago 12.
Detroit 5 at SL Louis 2. " jH
Philadelphia 3 at Washington 4 IH
Boston 0 at New Y'ork 14. IH
TENDON JUST AS
HE NEARS TAKE
Creed Haymond of tho Og:len M
Athletic association was leading
at 90 yards in tho 100 yard dash
at Pasadena yesterday when his
injured tendon slipped loose again
and ho was forced to quit, accord
Ing to telegrams received hero last
His showing In this raco was
such that he has been recommand
cd for the Bost on finals.
George A. Jones of
Hooper Died Yesterday I
George A. Jones, a former well- jH
known resident of Hooper, died sud- jH
denly yesterday morning at his homo IH
at Burloy, Idaho, of apoplexy. Mr. IH
Jones went to tho barn to do hiB IH
chores and whon he did not return
for somo time, his wlfo went to see if
he had met with an accident and was IH
shocked to flncl his Ufcles body. IH
Mr. Jones was born at Hooper '35
years ago, was tho son of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Jones. His wlfo was Miss
Jano C. Roberts of Layton. He Is sur
vlvcd by his wife, five children, par
ents and several brothers and sisters.
Lark In and Sons went to Burley last
evening for the body, which will be
brought hero Monday morning.
Funeral announcement will be
ONE HUNDRED BUCKS JUST
THAT RI2A WINS1 CASE jH
DETROIT Twelve jurors decided
that 100 is $100, war or no war, In a IH
suit against a local bank brought by VM
Mufdl Zada Alii Hlza, a Turk, Avho ob- IH
jeclcd to the bank's return of $5 for
tho 100 he had given the bank before
the war to send abroad.
Tostimony In tho case showed that
Rlza had ordered the bank to send
100 to his brother in Turkey just be
foro the United States entered tho war
and that the bank had bought 500 l
marks at the then prevailing rato of
exchange and had wirelessed it to the
proper destination. Tho brother had
left for Palestine, however, and the
money was sent back unclaimed,
When Rlza went to the bank recent- VM
ly to receive his money he was given
5 as the present equivalent of the 500
marks which nad been wired abroad.
He brought suit and a verdict was ren
dercd in Judge Scott's court requiring
tho bank to return the full 100. IH
IS GOOD PREACHER;
WANTS TO BE HEARD
(By International News Service.)
MOBERLY', MO. Even the deaf
will havo no oxcuse for not attending
tho Coates Street Presbyterian church
hero now. Tho Rev. C. B. Bowling.
pastor of tho church, has installed a l
novel equipment in the shape of an
acousticon as a moans to enable tho
"hard of hearing" ones to hear with
out straining, both sermon and music.
Tests havo been already mado and
the now equipment has been found to
bo satisfactory. Six rccolvcrs placed
In different parts of the church are a
part of the "hcarall" dovico. IH