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EH - THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. MONDAY. IUNE 28. 1920.
Three Thousand Meier Course and Purse of 300,000 Francs Carried. I CLASSY FIELD OF STARTERS AT P0S1 , United Stales Represented By I EB William K. Vanderbilt I Big Sum Wagered EH PARIS, Juno 2 7. Comrade, an HH) English bred horse, but owned by V,. Wm' de Saint Alary, today won the Grand IM Prix, dc Paris In a driving finish, with EHHj Emory second and Sourblcr third. Tlie 9H horses wero heads apart at the finis);. H Bcllhousc, an American Jockey, rode jSHI Embry. Four American and elevci GH English jockeys had mounts. BH The Grand Prix, which waa at three HjH thousand meters, carried a purso of HH 300,000 fran-ca. The time was 3 niln- HJ utes. ajid 16 2-5 seconds. K- - t Never In the history of the race had ' t" sucli a classy field of starters come HHfl to tli (j post on the Longchamps course. H The United States was represented, by William K. Vaudorbilt's Batlersea, ; HaH with Frank O'Neill up. Guy Garner, another American Jockey, had the leg-) up on Dennis. There was a record at tendance and the sums wagered were I large. I 8 Bees Split Double Header With Senators! I SACRAMENTO. June 2S Although I the Bees took the initial game of the i I twin bill yesterday 13 to 7 and won I the series four panics to three, their ' I defeat at the hands of the locals by a. 1 I score of 5 to 4 lu the afternoon caused ' them to drop to the second position a ; I fraction of a point behind the Tigers, j I In the morning melee the Bees gar- I nered twenty hits and with Thurston on the rubber won hands down. Rum-1 I ler nad Sheely were the stars with the willow in that contest. , x Poor support lost the second game r for Spider Bauni who twirled good ball. ' Prough on the slab for the locals al- lowed but sis hits.-k 1 r Score R. H. E Salt Lake .. 13 20 4 Sacramento 7 10 3 Thurston and Jenkins; Ponner and Kunz. Second game R. H. E. Salt Lake 4 G 5 Sacramento 5 11 1) Baum and Byler; Prough and Cady. i H Beavers Grab Twin H Bill From Siwashes H, , .'PORTLAND, June 28. Portland H' took both ends of a twin bill here yes- terday from the Siwashes by scores of 3 to 2 and 2 to 1. Both tilts were closely contested, M Score R. H. E. L. Seattle 2 5 0 p Portland 3 S 1 JH yf . - Woodlock, Gary, Brenton and Ad- ams; Kallio and Koehler. Hr Second game R. H. E. Seattle 1 6 0 jB Portland 2 7' 1 Geary, Sicbold and Adams; Suther- land and Koehler oo H Oakland Loses Two H Ragged Ball Contests OAKLAND, June 28. Tne - ngeU took both ends of the double caid here yesterday 10 to 1 and 11 to 2 in ragged exhibitions of the national game. First game R. IL E. Los Angeles 10 12 5 ' Oakland 1 2 5 Thomas and Lapan; Holling and 1 .All tie. Second game K. H.E. Los Angeles 11 14 0 Oakland 2 S 4 Crandall and Eassler;" Kremer, Ra fm En and Mitzc. m m, 00 1 Tigers Win Twin and Take Lead in Standing LOS ANGELES, June 28 By tak Hj lng a twin bill from the Seals here ' yesterday and six of the seven games played during the week the Vernon Tigers arc in first place today a frac lion of a point ahead of the Salt Lake Bees. The scores yesterday were 1 to Hl 3 and 1 to 0. First game R. H.E. San Francisco 3 8 2 Vernon . .....4' 9 3 ': Scott, Lewis and Yelle; W. Mitchell and DeVormcr. Second game R. H. E. San Francisco ,0 2 0 Vernon 1 C 0 Love and Agncw; Schellcnbach and AJcock. K CHICHESTER S PILLS Ktfr 4- .rCTKtOi JdlM! Aaicyar Wmrrtri fsr- 1 hv CJ boie. KM ltd XUm RJbbctu V H iVl Tko n othr.r. Hut of Trar V I jf VrueqUt. AtkforaUlftHa.TEUf I S. tS IAMUM IJUATiD PiLLG, fcr SC 1 SOLO SV DRUQQ1ST5 EVERWHEEi Maey Capable Heavies Seek Engagement with Champion By JACK VBIOCK. Intcrnntloiiiil News Sporting: -Editor. NEW 1'ORK, June 26. Now that . Jack Dempaey ha3 been given a clean ! slate, by a federal Jury in San Fran ; olsco, business will be sure to pick up in the heavyweight Ulvislon. Jack Kcarns, manager of the cham pion, is on record to the effect thai the Salt Lake slasher Is going to live uj to the vow ho made before the battle of Alaumce Bay and be an ac tive champion. More power to htm. Dempsey's acquittal was received with general satisfaction by boxing fans throughout the country, for the ' fistic public In general hna always been satisfied that Jack was framed, and a victim of professional jealousy. Before he became champion no one criticized jpempsey, but shortly after he won the title green-eyed promo tors and managers who envied him his success began to circulate propa ganda. Having been cleared of the charges against hLm. Dempsey is cer tainly entitled to fair treatment, and thcro is no doubt that he will receive it from the sporting public. Disappointment amonjr boxing de votees over the news that Georges Carpentier plans to aail away to France without engaging In a profes sional' contest in the United States Is still keen. Dempsey himself Is the most disappointed man of all. But the fact that a Dompsey-Carpentlcr bout looks like an Impossibility before next year will not stop the heavyweight merry-go-round once the champion gets into action. - Thre are a number of capable heavies and light-heavies who are eager to get Into the ring with the champion, and despite the fact that few if any of them are rated as high ly as Carpentier, . interest in the "di vision is perking up and tho fans are looking forward to some cyclonic ac tion, j "VVouldbe opponents for champion: , Tommy Gibbons, Martin Burke,! Bill Brennan. Gene Tunney, Billy j Mlske, Joe Beckett. Young Denny, Bat. Levinsky. Bob Martin. Hay Smith, I Al Roberts, Fred Fulton, Georges! Carpentier, Bombardier AVcls. j There are others, to bo sure, buti the ones named, here -are the fore most of the field, and If he should meet them all Dempsey would find himself busy for more than a jear. Tho name of Tommy Gibbons list ed among aspirants to the crown worn among aspirants to the crown worn by the champion may surprise somo boxing fans who have not heard that the clever St. Paul battler has out grown the middleweight division and is now a sturdy light-heavyweight, taller than Carpentier and Just a3 heavy as the Frenchman. Yes, sir, Tommy has Jumped into the heavyweight class, with both feet, and whllo he has only started his cam palgivrpa.- campaign he hopes will lead to a match with Dempsey and a chance at the title he Is in deadly earnest. Tommy recently sailed for England under the management of Eddie Kane to seek slory on the other side as a heavyweight. But now he has come sailing back home without having en gaged in a bout. It's a sad story. Gibbons and his manager invadedl bob fa JmM . Jv MARTI N I England for the express purpose of I petting bouts with Joe Beckett and Bombardier Wlls. Tom thought, and rightly, too. that It would bo a sood thing to start at the bottom of the heavyweight ladder, so to speak, and that's where he tried to start. But Joe Beckett took a runout pow der after one of his scouts had watched Tommy work out In a Lon don gymnasium and refused to meet the St. Paul boy before next Septem- ber. Next September Beckett plans to come to thi.i country, and he has I promised Gibbons tho first bout onj this side. Falling to land Beckett the Minnesota mlttstor put feelers out for Bombardier Wells. He was told Wells' wasn't available at the time. So there! was nothing left to do but sail fori home. Gibbons' experience has a par allel In that of Fred Fulton, who went' to the British Isles with the samej Idea In view and failed to get on.' They wero afraid of Fulton. Llkowlsel they wero afraid of Gibbons. He i showed too much class with his mitts' and acted altogether too rough. I Gibbons Is going to start his cam-l paign on this side of the water by force of circumstance. He is open to! meet any of the aspiring heavy weights and Eddie Kane Is authority for the statement that the bars aro down. So If some of the ambitious battlers from light-heavyweight cal- 'WEE GEE BAYS" ?r 1 The boxer hit the punching bag A r'jAwfyj A hard and healthy mount; V ."V The punching hag swung back- He went down lor the count. Nj fe j Yaching ain't a poor man s game, Or anything like that Unles3 you own a bank or two Your tub is in your flat. Imagine Llpton's derby Three miles out on th,c sea. While only millionaires look on And sip the old gent's tea. If Torn could somehow arrange To pull this on tho river. With folk picnicking on the banks, 'Twould pot be such a fllwor. I hope this Irish sportsman Cops' off that measly cup It's no good In America For wc are all "dried" up. Bring your own yacht is you want to attend the America cup race this year. The most approved way -to watch one of the schooner derbys Ib to read the newspapers and the bulletin boards. Those who feel that they must see tho schooners in action again might get reservations on the steamer char tered by the New York Yacht club. The pleasure tug will set the club back 56,500 per dlcm. When the Shamrock III made a breeze for the cup It Is estimated that 50,000 saw the Irish bug lose, from all kinds of crafts. Congress has enacted strict laws to v. safeguard lives slnco that time, so canoe and rowboat par ties as s. o. 1. They can still use the cup in Eng land and not get pinched. If Llpton doesn't adopt the trophy this time wo ought to change the em blem to something more appropriate for this country sap a coupla straws and. a soda check. Few people ever remember Lipton! as being a celebrated tea merchant.) The general opinion In that he rnakcsj all his "Jack" out of shamrocks. Pulling the show outside the three mile limit off Sandy Hook won't hook many spectatoro and Just a few specu lators. If they could arrange to hold this yacht derby on the Hudson, declare a holiday for the New York cops and lift the prohibition law, they could have a real Irish picnic. Oh, you fragile rowboat you tipsy old canoe Mustn't venture out to see the yacht- ers In a stew. u V PRESIDENT MAY SUMMER AT LENOX. MASS.. IS REPORT (By International News Service.) LENOX, Mass. Lenox society Is stirred oyer another report that Presi dent Wilson may come to this resort some time this Summer. Agents of the White House were in Lenox with in the last ten days and made a sec ond inspection of the estate of Mrs. Rap T. Baker, which was offered to the President earlier in the Summer as a residence. It is understood that plans have been made to prepare the Baker villa for his coming if it should happen on short notice. It is believed that the state of the President's health Is all that has delayed the arrival of the White House family here. b' fe' MARTIN BURKE j lbre upward want to tangle with him they will be accommodated as fast as they come. j Gibbons has filled out surprisingly within the last two years. Ho is one; of the. cleverest boxers in the Jiusl-; ness; ,.lic caritJIt with both hnndn and' he Is developing wallop that should! be a bacon winner. Gene Tunnoy, Marty Burke, Billy , Mlske, Al Roberts, Bat. Levinsky or any of the battlers named above will be acceptable to Kane and Gibons, I and, meanwhile, with all of these box ers eager for action and Champion Dempsey tuning up for a big cam paign, there is promise of plenty do ing among the big fellows. ( HEAVYWEIGHTS i TO BOX IN N. Y. . UNDER NEW LAW, i i NEW YORK. June 27. Heavy-j weights Fred Fulton and Harry Wills will meet In the first bout of impor-1 tance under the new law permitting; boxing contests in New York, it was announced tonight by tho Inler-Na- itional Sporting club, .which has matched them for fifteen rounds. Fulton will receive $25,000 and Wills 510,000 without any percentage or bonus arrangements. The club Intends to limit spectators to members of the ! organization. I uu j I Monteil Bunch Too j Fast for Railroads; The fast Montello Easeball club had j little mercy on the Southern Pacific shop team at Lorln Farr park yester day afternoon, winning with a score of S to 0. Henry on the rubber for the visitors was In raro form, holding tho locals to four hits and retiring 15 via tho strikeout route. Chilton was touched for eight hits by the visitors. A home run by Wil son was tho feature of the game. The lineup: Southern Pacific. Monicllo. Irwin c Thurston Chilton -p Henry Doxcy lb.... Cunningham Parker 2b Wilson Snedden 3b. v Lashus Stowart ..ss. . . . .' . . Bcckstead Myers If '. . McCuston Murphy rf Bcals Hupsteller cf Clark Lamp wicks which will last a year are made of asbestos boiled In wax. oo Germany today has 3,000,000 goats, 10 per cent moro than in 1014. NEW YORK WINS BY GRUT SPURT Sensational Eighth-Inning Ral ly Brings Six Hits, and Giants Nose Out Standing of Teams. " Won Lost Pet. Cleveland 4 0 21 .G5i New York U .23 .641 Chicago 35 2t , .57-1 Washington 31 2 b" .54-1 Boston 2! 2I .500 SL Louis 30 3t .492 Detroit 21 30 .412 Philadelphia 16 47 .254 Yesterday's Result1:. Eoston 5 ai New Y'ork 7. Cleveland l at Chicago 1. Philadelphia 0 at Washington 1. Detroit 1 at St. Louis 3. NEW YORK, June 27. A sensa tional eighth-Inning rally, in which New York drove out six hits, including, a triple by Ruth and doubles by Ward! and Muescl, enabled New York to win ' from Bo3ton, 7 to 5. Score:' R. H. F.. New York 7 10 .V Boston 5 7 1 ' Batteries Mays. Qulnn and Han-! nah; Russell and Walters. CLEVELAND WINS LAST O.VE. I CHICAGO. June 27. Cleveland! look the last game of the series from Chicago today. 4 to 1, Ltigby holding! the White Sox scoreless until the ninth! inning, when Jackson drove into the( right field bleacher for a fiome run. Kerr pitched a strong crame for Chi-j cago, but received poor support. Score: R. 11. E. Cleveland 4 S 2 1 Chicago .. .: 1 7 2j Batteries Bagby and O'Neill; Kerr, and Scllalk. , THIS MAKJ2S EIGHTEEN. WASHINGTON. June 27. Walter! Johnson had the Athletics at his, mcr-, cy and Washington won its seventh i straight game, 7 to 0. This was Phila delphia's eighteenth consecutive ua feat. Scoro: K. H. E. Philadelphia 0 3 .1 Washington 7 12 1 Batteries Moore, Rommel and Myatt; Johnson and Piclnich. EVEN BREAK ON SERIES. ST. LOL'IS. June 27. St. Louis won, 3 to 1, over Detroit, getting an oven break on the series. A wild throw by Gerber, following a brilliant stop, paved tho way for the visitors' lone run, and Oldham's wildness started tne locals to two runs, tscore: R. H. E. Detroit 1 3 l1 St. Louis '. 3 8 1 Batteries Oldham and Ainsmith; Vangilder and Severcid. l I Pacific Coast League j Won Lost Pet. 1 Vernon 5 35 .5S-52 J Salt Lake 47 33 .5S75 Los Angeles 45 y 36 .55B , San Francisco 15 US .525 1 Portland 3S 37 .507 j Sacramento 34 46 .426 ! Oakland 35 49 .417 j Seattle 31 4S .392 j Yesterday's Ttcsults. j Salt Lake 13-1, Sacramento 7-5 (second game ten innings.) Vernon 4-1, San Francisco 3-0. Los Angeles 10-11. Oakland 1-2. I Portland 3-2. Seattle 2-1 (second game ten innings.) The Series Ended. Salt Lake 4. Sacramento 3. Portland 5. Seattle 2. Vernon 6. San Francisco 1. Los Angeles 4, Oakland 3. LOS ANGELES, Juno 27. Scores: Morning game K. H. E. San Francisco 3 8 2 Vernon 4 9 3 Batteries Scott. Lewis and Yello; W. Mitchell and Devormer. Afternoon game R. H. E. San Francisco 0 2 0 Vernon .. n 1 0 Batteries Lvve and Agnew; Shel lenback and Alcock. LOS ANGELES. June 27. Scores; Morning game R. H. E. Los Angeles 10 12 a Oakland 1 2 5 Batteries Thomas and Lapan; .HolJ lng and Mitz. Afternoon game R. H. E. Los Angeles 1114 0 Oakland 2 S 4 STOCKTON, June 27. Scores: Morning game R. Ht E. Salt Lake l'i 20 4 Sacramento 7 10 3 j Batteries Thurston and Jenkins; Malls, Kuntz, Penner and Cook. Afternoon game R. H. E. Salt Lake 4 6 5 Sacramento 4... 5 11 1 Batteries Baum and Bylor; Cook and Prlugh. SEATTLE, June 27. Scores: First game R. H. E. Seattle 2 5 0 Portland 3 S 1 Batteries Woodward, Geary. Bren ton and Adams; Kallio and Spransrer. Second game R. H. E. TONE! PITCHES SIUTJT BALL New York Defeats Brooklyn 2 to 0, But Marquard Holds Rivals to Four Hits Standing of Teams. Won Lost Pet. Cincinnati .33 26 .559 St. Louis 35 . 28 .556 Brooklyn 31 28 .525 Pittsburgh 28 2G .519 Chicago 30 31 s .492 Boston . .o -s Now York 28 33 .450 Philadelphia 25 35 .417 Ycstcrdny's Results. Pittsburgh 3 at Chicago 2. New York 2 at Brooklyn U. St. Louis 2 at Cincinnati 2. BROOKLYN. June 27. Toney pitched shutout ball and New York defeated Brooklyn, 2 to 0. Marquard held the Olanl3 to four hits, but two came together In the third and again In the sixth for two runs. Bancroft drove In the first with a triple after two were out. The second was the re sult of a double steal. Score: R. H. E. New York i 2 4 1 Brooklyn 0 7 2 Batteries Toney and Snyder; Mar quard, Mamaux and Miller. CHAMPION'S DROP ANOTHER. " CINCINNATI. U.. June 27. St. Louis took the third .-jtraight game from Cincinnati, 3 to 2, and advanced to within a few points of first place. Schiinn iiH nlf rhil Rltif hi' n u'lflp margin. The Cincinnati club tonight filed charges against L'mplro Kleni for al- legeel abusive language used to Pitch er Luque in yesterday's game, which i resulted in that official being attacked on the field by Luquc. Klem offici ated today. Score: . . It. H. E. ' St. Louis 3 11 1 Cincinnati 2 5 2 1 Batteries Schupp and demons; i Ring and Allen. j CHICAGO GOES CP l.V AIR. i CHICAGO. June 27. Chicago went , ot pieces in the eighth inning and I Pittsburg made enough runs, with the aid of four hits, three errors, a passed j ball and some daring bae running, to I win easily. S to 3. Score: ! R. II. E. Pittsburg 8 11 o Chicago 3 10 5 I Batteries Carlson, Cooper ana ' aeffner; Alexander. Bailey, Martin and I O'Farrell. EFFICIENCY INCREASED BY MUSIC: "JAZZ" TABOO (y International News Service.) WILMINGTON. Del. Efficiency among workers in the plant of the P. Lorillard company here has increased 20 per cent since the inauguration of a continuous musical program dur ing working hours. A gratifying fea ture of the innovation is that while classical or semi-classical music has been found beneficial, "Jazz" has proved detrimental to efficiency. A player piano haa been installed in the wrapping department of the plant, rolls have been purchased and a boy hired to "make melody" from the time the girls begin work until tbey stop. Playing and singing is practically continuous. Whether fol lowing the measured tempo of a sentimental ballad or the accelerated time of a inarch, nimble fingers move more rapidly and production is in ' creased. Each week new rolls are bought and each week a singer from the service organization teaches the girls ja new song. oo Nearly 6-1,000 carloads of apples arc shipped annually to market through out the country. oo Hot springs aro numerous in Formosa. I i Seattle 1 6 0 Portland , 2 7 1 j t Batteries Geary, Solbold and Bald iwln, Adams; Sutherland and Kiehler, j Cox. i l GOLFERS I 1 HEFILAT OGOEN I Visitors Score 25 Point? Against 15 of Ogden Players & IH Ogden golfers want down to their 'H second defeat of the season at tn hands of the Salt Lake stars on th local green yesterday, the score being jH to ll The score follows; H Ogden. JH Points. jH P. T. Wright I W. H. Wattls - JH W. C. Wright " LcRoy Buchmiller !; IH W. C. Dalrymple . . Jl S. W. Wherry IH iL. A. Herdtl 1 IJ- Dunn I fM W. D. Brown 1 IH i E. W Caunady .... 2 IH :c. A. Boyd .-iiy; - JM W. Arthur 3 IH J. W. Abbott 0 !J. E. Olson T. A. Wells 2 I R. Leek 0 IS M. Scott 0 IH IW. Rudlger 3 IH I J. Crompton ..... 0 IH A. G. Horn 0 IH H. W. Shearman 0 jH W. B. Felt 0 iMark Murphy 0 W. Gllson ... 0 IH R. G William 0 H I Total 15 jl j Sail Lake. . IIH Points. ilH II. D. Randall. ') F. C. Richmond 0 L. D. Freed . 3 IH i George N. LeKoux 3 HH IF. E. Rouch 0 (Dr. A. C. Wherry 0 Jm I A. K. Boll 0 I Leon Sweet t. 0 I lc. A. Gillette 0 1 IH J. H. Waier3 iL C. Miller 0 ; W. L. McLeod ". 0 jH P, B. Garouttc '.-.'.'. .. C. B. Hawley .... 0 ' Dr. J. F. Crltchlow. 0 iH , It. G. Hallor.nn 1 ij. Ingebretsen 2 ,V. A. Larklns ... P a. C. Sullivan . , HB1 :T. M. Gilmer : 1 I A. W. Cowan '.V. 1 R. C. Gemmcll 2 BJ ill. W. Salisbury 0 II. T. Brunn 3 j Paul Williams 3 ' TotaL j 00 HJ LAST EIGHT PLAY IN H TENNIS TOURNAMENT H WIMBLEDON. England, June 28. VAVJ ( By the Associated Press) Play among tho last eight in the British HBV lawn tennis singles championship be- HBV gan here today with two of the three BV American survivors early engaged. JflHJ William T. Tllden of Philadelphia, was BBb matched against Randolph Lycett of HHB Australia, while C. S.' Garland of Pitts burgh, had C. R. Blackbeard, South African, as his opponent. HBa In today's match with Lycett, Til- ASH den won the first set, 7-5; Lycett took AVH the second C-4. HHVJ Garland lost the first set of his HVH match with Blackbeard who won 6-4, HHH but the American captured the next IBHVJ two sets, 6-1, 6-3. HBVJ Tildcn won the third set from L- HBVJ 00 1111 INSECTS DESTROY .MILLION FEET' OF OREGON TIMBER (By International News Service.) EUGENE, Ore. Approximately one million feet of timber in the Slu- slaw National forest, in tho vicinity of HVH Yachaats and Cape Creek, on the HHH I coast, was destroyed by insects dur- jHHV lng tho year ID 19, according to a spc HHVJ clal report filed In the Sluslaw For HHV est office here. Tha Investigation fHBV was made by one of the rangers who HHH found that the ravages of tho Insects 9flH the nature of which he was unablo to nVH determine, covered a strip of forest HHVJ about a quarter of a mile wldo and HHVJ fifty acres in extent. IHH 00 HH Germany has delivered nearly 5,Q0.Qr- 000 tons of coal to France, under thp ,BAVJ treaty of Versailles. BAVJ :Many a Pretty Face H I Spoiled by Pimples H Unsightly Disfigurations Toll of Impure Blood. Don't close your eyes to the warn ing which nature gives, when unsight ly pimples appear on your face and other parts of thn body Not only arc these pimples and splotches disfiguring, but they lead to serious skin diseases that spread and cause the most discomforting irrlta-1 tion and pain. Sometimes they fore tell Eczema, boils, blisters, scaly erup tions and other annoyances that burn like flames of fire, and make you feel that your skin is ablaze. When these symptoms appear on I any part of the body, take prompt stops to rid the blood of these disbr- ders. And the one remedy which had no equal as a blooa cleanser is S. S. S.. the purely vegetable blood medicine, which has been on the market for more than fifty years. It is sold by BVJ druggists everywhere. If you are afflicted with any form of skin disease do not expect to bp cured by lotions, cintmcnts, salves and jH other local remedies, as t -cr can not possibly reach the source of the trou- BAVJ hie, which is in the blood. Begin tak- AVMa ing S. S. S. today, and write a complete history of your case to our chief medl- BAVJ cal adviser who will give you special instructions, without charge. Write at BAVJ once to Medical Director, GOS Swift Laboratory, Atlanta Ga,. HAVJ SAY POP Mamma Could Compromise by Boiling the Eggs. By C. M. Payne IB THAT one o THcm want -J FRl &2 ON1 ; M "A . i J)OMT ft r ryj .'. Wpgp JV H