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X!OCn 1922 . THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER
MpLOIIT BALL HARD
I FOR VICTORY OVER BRAVES
III Kelly Lead New York Attack With
1 llur- Marquard Driven to Showers By
mW Mates; Dodgers and Phillies Split '
IfTwin Bill; Reds Trim Cubs.
II r.,nninw)-St. Louis j
r -T--; -The Cian
out anothci victory
Mbrti straight Three
Is Tre hammered .or i
fe.fK.l1y leading the
;.;!::'
FsrtSTON. ,.-
If 000 000 0101
' 230 011 OOx 7
r T-be lilt Groli.
Bfch-Ssyder. U Neil! S
Lftuel. Kelly rlfn
I gjio bait;- Hancrof .
Eable plays FrlscJi
y R. : v Left on bos
T'-ri. Sin .k nut
i : Uists on bal' Ofl
Tlllbglni off Mar-
' " E . . " Vii.- i . r . I
H fl rren on a doubb -i
- -
u k'"'.;- ". ?. to .', ami los-
n rxl is tn Innings by
At Plral outhit the Si.
cJ I f' :' ! a victory
PI l :.' Ti -r .- ! i ;!jr. In
th i c. H-r in the
-m - ; m bean? The
W riTTSBURG
ait AB b H p. a
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ii5 : ii o u j (i
5 t k P 0 0 U I I)
rid l o o o u
l o u o ii
c' i 0 o o o o
I : ? 24 i4 -
I n"13 'a seventh
rl fA1111" ln ninth
J hxb In wventli
I fT LOUIS
L , AB. H po. a. E !
I V 1 I 1 O ft
1 2 0 ! 0
I 4 II ii c n I
4 1 1 12 a i
I ' 0 1 ; 2 0
h : " 1 1 0 0
u. f ..-2 0 0 I (i o
-..10 1 , 0
1 1 3 0 i o 4 n
J 30 s 14 r,
000 000 200
Jai k'w."100 002 oox ;
Pw. ourin.
lyH JTJ. McHenry. Gri,n
J e a, IU,-Kn9. Wild
I 'l on all Off
I n,ut-By Shrdel 1,
SI sgr
j I ArB -'. H. PO A. E
1 I. 0 u 2 6 o
"'j 2 2 0 0
I I. ? 1 2 2 n
J ' ' : " 1 i i
rJi ... j ; -
- J 0 0 ft ft o
I ' j i J " o o
Ii telltl ! 10 16
i I- ' ' 1 1
.: ;: " ! 5 I J
1 1 ? ?'! :: J
? J S
' .. . i 0 ' 0 1
' 0 3 0
J r-. 0 "
(j t 1
1 orf Morrlion 1.
Struck out- B;. Pfeftcr l, bv Morrison
1. 1 ft on base Plttsburjp 8 Um
pire McConmick and Spntclle
SPlilT EViai
PHILADELPHIA, Ma-. 27
Brooklyn wiped its feet on tho" Phil
lies tills afternoon ln tho first pame of
a double header today, winning 7 to)
M M. niaux nn.l Mitchell, of th- Tiol
Dodgrera, made home runs Thy
, score.
BROOKLrTN
AB. R. H. PO A. E.
H,Rh, 5b 4 0 1 2 3 0
Johnson, 2'o .5 1 10 2 0
Neta, rf 4 u .1 0 0 (1
Wheat If 4 j 1 3 0 0
Myers, cf.....c 2 3 3 0 0
Schmundl lb . ...3 1 0 9 0 1
Olson, bs . . . 5 0.3 8 2 0
Debcrrv, c 5 0 0 6 2 0
.MiimmuiK, p . . .2 1 J ft 4 0
Mitchell, ib .. 2 1 : 1 a
xKcuthr l ft 0 0 0 0
B Smith, p 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 41 7 15 30 14 1
xBatted for Schmsndt In eighth
xxBetted for Decatur in ninth.
PHILADELPHIA
AB. H II. PO. A E
Lebourveau, if ...4 1 0 0 1 1
WrlRhtstone ab . 1 2 1 S 0
Williams, cf . . ..5 0 I 4 3 0
1 Walker, rf 5 1 3 2 0 0
jParktnnon. 2b . .6 0 1 5 1 0
Fletcher, ss . ..5 0 0 5 6 0
LeslIe, lb S 0 1 ft 0 I
uenllne, c ..000420
j Leo. x nd If 0 0 0 U 0 0
xxPetet-H 0 0 0 0 0 0
IxxxWltherow 1 0 0 0 0 0
G Smith. i 0 0 0 0 0 0
.1 Smith, 3 b. ..0 0 0 0 0 0
I Meadows, p . .3 0 1 0 1 0
Totals 37 3 9 30 17 2
Batted for Meadows In nlntli
xxBatted for Lebourveav ln ninth.
mtxBattcd tot Wrightstone in ninth
I Score hy Innings:
Brooklyn ... . Oil 001 000 4 7
Philadelphia .". . .. .100 lit" ftOO 0 3
Summary Two-base hits Walker,
Meadows, Williams, Wheat Thrr .
base li It High Homo riins Matn
tr.a.'x Mitchell Sacrifice hit Hen-:
line. Double plays 1'arkint.on to
Fletcher to I.esllo; Fletcher to Leslie;)
Williams to Fletcher to Leslie; Olson
td SchmandL Struck out By Mam-
inaux 1; iy jaeauowa liases on
1. ails Off Meadow? C. off Mamma uv
2. off B. Smith 1. Hit by oltchod ball
Bv Meadows Wheal); by S. Smith
1 Pet er; . 1
lM I WO GAMES.
1 CINCINNATI, May :-7 Cincinnati
I took both games of a double-header
' with the Cub here this afternoon.
The Cubs wore helpless before G11
; lple's pitching :n the first and were
outluckod In tho second
j Score ( first g-ain-:
CHICAGO
AB U. H PO. A. E.
Statz, cf .4 0 0 4 0 0
, Hollocher. ss 4 0 0 4 0
K lleher. 3b 1 0 0 0 l 0
Krug, 2b .3 0 2 0 0 0
! 'Jrlrnes. lb 4 0 0 9 I 1
1 Flack, rf 4 0 1 1 0 0
: Barber. If 3 1 1 2 0 0
, Terry. 2b 3 0 0 0 0 0
t'Parrell, c 2 0 1 4 2 0
1 Wirts. c 0 0 0 0 0
Jones, P.. ....0 ft 0 0 I 0
Freeman, p .2 0 0 0 5 0
Kaufman, p 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals Jl 1 5 24 14 1
CINCINNATI.
AB. R H. PO. A. E.
Burns. f 3 1 1 1 0 0
Daubert, lb .... 4 2 2 IS l 0
Duncan. If I 1 2 1 0 0
Harper. rf 5 0 1 2 1 0
Hargrove, c .... 3 g 2 1 0 0
Boline. 2b ...... 4 0 2 0 6 1
Cave nay, ss 4 0 1 1 5 1
Pinelll, 3b .2111301
Killespic. p 3 t 1 1 j 0
Totals . . .... 31 8 13 27 17 2
Score by innings:
Chicago 000 U10 000 1
Cincinnati 310 013 OOx 8
Bummary: Two-base hits (VFar '
roll. Krug. Three-base hits Har-1
crave. Holine. Barber, Daubert, Dun-!
can. Sacrifice hits Hargravo, Gil.
e, Daubert. Stolen base Flack a
Bases on balls Off Jones 2. Freeman'
- Kaufman I, GlUiapie 1 struck outi
By Frsaman 1 K-,.n-r,,u , ,1,.
Pie 1 Hit b pitcher By Freeman 1
Double plays Daubert to Oavenev
paubert (unassisted!, -mpire Hnr:
and 1 I lay
I Score (second game);
CHICAGO.
I Rf,,, . B. R. H PO. A. E.
I Hollocher. SS.... 6 0 2 0 9 0
3b 5 o o . " (.
SSUl6 ,lb 5 1 411 1 0
Flaek. rf & t 1 , 0 ft
Barber. If 4 J J J
Farrerl. c 4 0 0 5 0
' 'sborne, p 3 0 " 0 0
p 0 0 0 0 0 0
itng:Lhan- If 0 1 0 1 ft 0
M,llcr 1 0 0 0 0 0
vuV, , , 24 10 0
Hdtted for Stucland ln ninth
CINCINNATI
Rii ( AB R. H PO A E
urns. cf 3 2 0 8 0 1
paubort. lb 4 1 2 9 0 0
Duncan. If . . . . 2 1 0 1 0 0
'por' rr 1 2 I 0 0
JVnjf0, C 3 0 2 1 1 1
, Hargrae. c . . . . 0 0 0 1 0 0
Lo,,ne. 2b 4 l 1 2 r 0
Cavonoy. aB 3 0 0 2 1 0
','nelll. 3b 4 0 0 1 I 1
Kfourh p a 1 0 1 0
rM p 1 0 0 0 1 0
!
To,al 51 7 9 27 1 1 3
Score by innings:
SP,C0 000 004 1 106
1 In. Innatl . ... 200 021 20x 7
Bummary: Two-bass hits iioi
locher, Ingo. Statz. Krug. Three
bao hits Couch, Burns Harper. Sac
rifice hits Duncan. Cuveney, Hai
Crave. Stolen bafW Wingo. Hollooh-I
W Bases on balls Osborne 3. Marklol
1 Struck out By Couch I. by Mar
"le 1 by Oaborne 1, by Ftueland I.
.Double plays Boline to Daubert
Passed ball Hargrove Umpires
O Day and Hart.
PWH1TJB8 WIN
PHILADELPHIA May 27. After
osing fK-ven game straight, the Phil
lies came ba-.k and ln the second game
today won by a .single run margin ov
er the Dodgers WrlghUtono hit a
t'omo run. The score-
PHILADELPHIA
AB. It H. PO. B
lourveaux, If .... 4 1 3 .1 0 0
Wrightstone, ap , .'. 4 1 1 2 1 0
Wlliiame, cf 3 0 n :i ' 0 0
I Walker, rf . . 3 0 0 L 0 0
I Farklri.xun, 2b ... .2 0 I ."5 a Q
jFlotcher, ss t 0 I ., 2 0
Leslie, lb 4 0 0 f 0 l
BEES LOSE DOUBLE CARD
TO PORTLAND; IN CELLAR
Beaver Stickers Batter Bee Chuckers Hard in
Second Contest; Tigers and Seals Win;
Indians Split With Sacramento.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
... W. L Pet.
;rnon 28 19 591
UOi Angeles . 29 2 4 T.4 7
San Francisco .27 "k K&B
Oakland 2 7 37 isOO
Seattle 24 27
Sacramento . . "3 u 4T
Salt Lake . . 20 27 426
Xestcrd'aj'a Results
San Franclaco l.on Angeles 2,
Seattle 13-.1, Sacramento 2-8.
J rnon :., Oakland 3
Salt Lake 5-6; Portland 7 -1 S .
Special Dispatch)
ortlan'd, May 27. Portland
made Ii seven games In a row from
the Bees here today, taking both -nd
of the double header. 7 to g :ind IS
to 0. Jn the Herond game- the Bca
vers batted fout .Salt Dake pitchers
nard 1 olb ng B total of 26 hlti Th
box seores
At Portland; firs: game
SALT LAKE
v. , AB. R H PO A E
Vftt, 3b 5 1 3 o 0,
WHhoit, rf 3 0 0 1 0 0!
;ind , 88 4 2 l 2 3 0;
Strand, lb G 1 .1 7 2 0,
Slglln. 2I 3 n 1 1 1 1 '
1-owis. If 4 0 0 2 t 0
Schick, cf 2 0 1 2 1 1
Anflnson. c 3 0 0 3 0 0i
Myers, p ... ,mi t 1 2 3 1 0
xJenkins 0 0 0 0
Bylor. c 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Thurston, p ft 0 0 0 0 0
Tota 33 5 11 24 13 2
XBatted tor Anflnson In eighth.
P( IRTLAND
AB l II PO A a
Gresaett, If 5 0 3 1 0 0!
-M 1 ann. ss... . .2 0 1 3 3 01
I"Gh. rf 4 i , 4 o 0
Hale, 3b ..4 0 1 1 2-1
Brazil. 2b 4 U 0 2 5 J
Oox. Cf ......... .3 1 0 3 0 0
Poole, lb . r. 3 2 114 0 0
Elliott, e 3 1 2 0 0 9
Bss, o 2 1 1 0 6 0
Crumpler, p 2 0 1 0 2 0
Fuhrman, c 0 1 0 2 0 0
Totals 32 7 1 1 27 17 1
Score by innings
Salt Iake . . .....000 040 001 .
Portland . ... . 010 023 Olx 7
Summary: l-"our runs s hits 18 a'-,
bat off Bo's In 5 Inning; six nine 9
nits 27 .it bat off Myers in 7 Innings
Oredil victor to Crumpler. Charge de
feat to Myers struck out Myers -'.
Crumpler 2 Bases on balls Rosa 2,
Myers 3. Crttmpler 1, Thurston 1 Wild
pitch Ros. Myers 2. Home runs
Band; Strand. Two-base hlts Hale.
Ross. Gre.s.xeM. Crumpler Sacrifice
hits -Wilber 2. McCann 9, Lewis, sig
llln. Double play McCann to Brazil
to Poole. Time 2:00. empires Ea
'son and Finney.
I
I Second game:
salt lake
AB R. H A. E.
Wllhoil. if 4 0 1 1 1 ft
1 Lewis. If 3 1 1 2 " u
j Blglln. 2b 5 I 8 1 4 I
j Strand, lb 5 0 2 8 1 0
I Sand, as 5 0 1 1 2 0
Ivitt. 3b 5 1 2 1 1 1
' Schick, cf .5 1 2 4 0 1
Jenkins, c 5 0 5 ;: 0 0
j Gould, p 1 0 0 0 2 0
I Bylcr, x 1 0 11 11 o 0
Thurston, p 1 0 0 1 0 0
Relger. p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Blaoholder 1 0 0 0 0 0
Light. If .1 0 1-1 0 0
j Lazzan. XX ... I 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 43 C 18 24 11 3
xBatted for Gould In fourth.
XXBatted for Blaeholder in ninth
PORTLAND
AB R. H. O. A. E.
Gressott. If .5 1 2 2 0 0
McCann. as . . . C 3 5 1 1 0
High, rf 5 3 2 3 0 0
Hale, 3b 6 2 4 6 0
Braslll 2b . . .5 2 3 2 8 0
Cox, cf 5 8 3 2 0 0
Poole, lb ....... 4 0 in 0 0
King. C B 2 2 I 1 2
Mlddleton, p 4 1 2, 0 3 0
Totals 45 18 25 27 13 2
Score by innings
Fait I-iko 100 210 200 6
Portland 204 048 OOx 18
Summary Six runs 10 hits. 17 at
bat. off Gould in 3 Innings Four runs
5 hits. 12 at bat off Thurston ln 2
'inning-. Seven runs, . hits oH Il-lgei
In one-third inning. Charge def.-it
I to Oould Bases on balls Middleton
I, Gould 1 BlHCholder 2. Stolen bases
I Cox Home runs Slglln Cox. Mc
Cann. Three-baso hits Sand. Two
base hits Slglln. McCann. Poole,
Schick, King. Hale. Dewls Sacrifice
hp Lewis. Brazil Double phi:
1 Halo to Brazil to Poole. Tlmo of
ganie 2 hours 10 minute. Umpires
Finney and Eason
SPLIT TWIN BILL.
SEATTLE. May 27. Seattle and
Sacramento split even In tho twin
bill here today, the locals- taking th.
first game. 13 to 2, and dropping the
second game. 8 to 3. Tho scores:
First game
SACRAMENTO.
AB. R H PO A E.
I Fitzgerald, cf . . . 4 0 0 4 0 0
McGafflfan, Ib 412220
IMck, 3b 3 0 1 0 1 0
Ryan, rf 4 0 1 3 n 0
Sheehan. If 4 1 2 7 0 0
Mollwttz, Lb 4 0 2 12 1 0
Pearce, sa . ... 4 n 0 0 1 2
Stanage. c ... 4 0 1 1 1 0
Pctere, c... . 3 0 i : l 0
Welnert, p l 2 0 2 0
Totals .... 31 3 9 24 l
BR4 OKLTN
AB R. H, PO A. E.
High. 3b .. 6 0 1 0 2 0
Johnson. 2b 6 0 2 2 3 0
B. Griffith, rf . . .6 l 1. 3 1 0
Wheaton. If ... 4 n 0 3 0 0
Myera. cf 5 0 0 6 0 0
Smmandi lb 4 1 1 7 0 0
OlfOn, as 4 0 2 3 1 0
liunrltnaT. c 2 0 0 i 0 0
Bhriver, p I 0 0 0 0 0
Decatur p 1 0 0 0 0 0
xDoberry 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totala 88 2 7 27 7 0
xBatted for ShOver ln sixth. Ono
out when winning run was scored
8:ore by innings
Brooklyn 000 002 000 2 I
Philadelphia 200 000 001 2 1
Summars Earned runs Philadel
phia 3; Brooklyn 0 Left on bases
Philadelphia 6, Brooklyn 12. Two
base hits Parkinson, B. Griffith.
John.ion Home run Wrlghtatone
Sacrifice hits Labourve-au. Walker
Stolen basea B. Griffith. Wheat.
Double plays Griffith to Hehrnandt
Bodes on bulls Off Welnert 3. Do
ratur 1 Hiti Off Bhriver 5 in 5 In
nings, off Decatur 4 in 4 innings. Los
ing pitcher Decatur. I'niplroa
Quigle and Moran Time of game
10
I Shea, p 3 ft 1 0 1 0
McNeely, 3b .... 1 0 1 1 1 0
Totals . . . .35 2 10 24 7 2
SEATTLE.
AB R H PO. A E
Dane if 3 2 2 5 1 0
Wlsterzll, 3b ... 5 1 3 0 3 0
,' Barney, rf 2 1 0 0 0 0
Eldred. cf . .411300
Murphy, lb .5 2 2 1 1 0 0
S. Adams. 2b ... 4 2 3 2 "
Crane, ss 6 1 1 4 3 0
J. Adams, c 5 1 2 2 0 0
I Gardner, p . 4 2 2 0 3 0
Totala 37 13 16 27 13 0
Score by innings.
Sacramento 100 000 001 2
Seattle 008 030 02x 1 3
Summary Struck out, by Shea 1.
by Gardner 2 Bases on balls Shoa
I Wild pitch Shea. Homo run
Murphy Three-bae hits Gardner.
WIsterxll Two-base hits Pick, El
dred J Aikin. i Gardner. Lane. Mur
phy. Sacrifice hits Lane, Burnev,
Bldred Tlmo 1.45.
Second game;
SACRAMENTO.
AB R H PO A. E
Fitzgerald, rf 5 1 0 2 0 0
McGafflgan 2b . . 4 1 ft 2 4 01
Pick. 3b 5 l 2 1 1 01
Ryan, rf . ... 5 2 2 3 0 0
Sheehan If . ... 4 0 0 1 0 0 1
MollwltS, lb .... 5 0 2 12 1 0 j
Pearce. ss . . 4 3 1 2 5 0 !
Cook. r. 4 0 3 4 0 ol
Canfleld. p 4 1 o t) 0 oj
Totals . .39 8 11 27 11 0 j
SEATTLE
AB. R H. PO A E
Lane, If 5 0 1 4 0 1
Wletersil, 3b ... 5 1 2 1 1 0
Hood, rf 5 0 1 2 0 0!
Eldred, cf 3 0 1 1 0 1 I
Murphy Ib 4 0 1 12 0 0
S Adam p. 2b 3 0 2 1 ; 1
Crane, bs 2 0 1 4 1
Tobin. c . 3 1 1 8 1 0
Alack, p 2 1 2 0 1 ft
Tolals . 32 ?, 12 27 13 4 1
S.-oro by Innings
Sacramento 001 150 010 0'
Scuttle 001 000 200 3
Summary: Bases on balls Mack '
2, Canfleld 1 Balk Mack Three- j
bfl hits MoIlWiti, Pick. Mack Two-1
hits Ryan, MOllWits, Adams !
Meek I Inn, I UIL. ait 1
Canfl-ld. Mack. Eldred. Time 2 hours.
SEALS TROUNCE WGELS
LOS ANGELES. May 27. San
Franclaco defeated Los Angeles here
! today. 6 to 2 It was the first vlc
I tory of the week for the Seals Tlu-
I score
SAX FRANCISCO.
' 'v" L 4 l 2 0 ft 0
1 ompton rf 5 1 3 I n ft
j"1',"". 2b 3 0 0 J i 0
' Ellison, lh . 4 ft 1 9 10
OConnoll, of .411200
ss 3 1 n 4 5
Walsh, 3b . .... 4 1 j j , n
I Velio. 0.. 4 ! o 3 ft 0
Mitchell., p 4 t 1 0 6 0
Tot-ls 35 C 12 27 79 n
LOS ANGELES.
u,. . , AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
MeCabe. cf r, 0 2 s 0 0
Carroll, if 5 0 2 , u
I Deal. 3b r q 2 3 4 1
I Ba'dwln. c 5 1 2 1 4 1
rl8. lb 4 0 3 12 0 i.
iTwombly. rf . . 4 l 3 2 1 0
, Linoimore. 2b .4 ft 0 4 e 0 i
McCaulcy. n ft , 0 4 fl
j Crandall. p ... 0 0 0 Q ,
Totals .38 2 15 27 18 3
Score by innings.
San,.Fran'-,sco 100 001 202 6
J'lts . 210 001 40412
i-os 1 Angelee .010 000 010 "
7lt8 231 112 12215
Summary Rune scored Off Cran
dall 6. Mitchell 2. Runs responsible
I fur Crandall 5. Mitchell 2. Struck
out By Crandall 1. bv Mitchell "
Bases on balls Off Crandall 3 Mlt
Ohell 2 Wild Pitch Crandall' Hit
by pit. her Kilduff. Stolen baes I
' ompton Three-base hit Compton
Two-base hits Walsh, Kelly, Mc( abe
OConnell Caught stealing Ellis.. n
Kelly. Doublo plays Rhyne to Kil
duff to Elltson MUch0 t0 Rh
E Hi .-on Kilduff to Ellison Time
1:59, I mplres Casev and Bvron
TIGERS FTVALLY WIN
OAKLAND. May 27 Vernon broko
the Ice here today after losing four
games in a row to the locals and won
out, o to 3 The score
VERNON
Hio-h 1 AB R H PO A. E.
HKh, If 6 1 1 a ft r.
Chadbourne, ct . 4 5 J S
Hawks, rf . . 4 5 J J
fTm'fh. 3b 6 J j J J 0
Hyatt, lb i o I ! J 0
I Sawyer. 2b . . I a A .
g;ch ss ? 5 J
i Hannah, c 4 j 3 V ? "
Schneider p g 0 ! 4 J j
1 0 0 0 i 0
I Doyle' P 0 0 0 ft 0 0
TOt'E OAKLAND " 77 11 "
cbulte, if ...
r"l. rf .. i 0 1 I I J
Cooper, cf 4 , , ?
Lafayette ib . . 1 n q 12 I a
Brubaker. sa 1 0 1 . ?
Koehler. c 4 A A i ? I
Br?ntor 3 0 0 j 1
Ar"" P -J 0 S J ?, Jj
ToUl 28 3 7 17 14
xBatted for Schneider In ninth
Score by Innings
Xlw? . .000 100 004 6
001 000 0203
Summary. Three runs. 3 hits 2 .
bat off Schnoiderln 8 inning, , JJ
p hits. 32 at bat off Brenton in Ti
".....ib.-. i.rnuii victory to SrhnMr
' l-rge defeat to Brenton. Basel on
ball.- -Si bnol.Ie.- 7. Brenton 3. i"OJ "
Stolen base Schulte. Three h I L.
hitHawk.. Two-base hits -HannX
3 Schneider 3 Smith. French, wills
Bacrlflee it, Hyatt. Sawyer. Brubak
er. Lafayette. Time 2 20 r
Rcardon and Mcrew. mpl'es
' . rrt.
CALLS MEETING OF
IDAHO SHEEPMEN
POCATELLo, Idaho, Mav 2 7 Hugh
Sproat, president of the Idaho Wool
Ifroweri usscnlatlon has called a moot
ing for the eaatern counties 0f the
Mate to be held at DuBoli in Clark
county on May 80.
The United Status dupartmerit of ag
riculture will hold an annual "shear
ers' day" at the experimental station
at Dubois at th. same time . . iu
boll various groups of sheep are fod
under various conditions and the var
iation In wool production la noticed a!
hearing time.
WANING STARS
I USUALLY SEEK
I MANAGER'S JOB
Post a.s Head of Major
League Club Most Great
Players' Final Goal
BY BILLY EVANS
j Most star ball players, when they
1 begin to slip yearn lor a chanee r . ,
manage a major League club
Trie Speaker has proved himself .n
I great a manager as a player His sue
! ccsa Inspired Cobb to take a whirl til
I ihe managerial game
; Clyde Malan, a great outfielder, who
' has seen his best days', Is now nan
dllng the Washington club
Rumor has it thai (ii-i.ri..- S-ier 1 to
1 be the next manager 0( the St Louis
Browns when Fohl severs his connec
tion with the club
It Is said that Slsler was offer, d th-
Job before Fohl took If Aoccn.'ng
J to the story Slsler refused, saylnc
that he believed the managerial du
ties at thlR time might affect his valu?
as a play er
MAY TRY LATER
Tha'. certainly was a very honorable
viewpoint. Sisler is credited also with
saying that at a later time he might
want to take a try at the managerial
game
Bu there la One Star player ln the
major leaguns who doesn't can- to
manage a club This star la on. ol
Lho brightest and brainiest players in
tho game, one eminently fitted for the
duties of a big league manager
Th- player in Question is Eddie Col
ISns of the Chicago White Sox.
PREFERS TO QUIT.
"None of the managerial game for
me," says Eddie "I am going to keep
on playing second base as Iohr as my
work Is satisfactory When they pro
nounce me through as a big leaguer,
start to asking waivers on me. then 1
am going to quit
"During my long connection with
the American league I have learned
to appreciate the tpugh Job every big
league manager Is'up against. I am
content to play and let other.! man
age
"However. If I could be as success
ful as Bill Carrlgan and Tns Speak
er I might be willing to lake a
chance."
00
OGDEN SOCCER
TEAM VICTORS
The Salt Lake Rangers went down
to a 4 to 2 defeat at the hands of
tho Ogden soccer team at Lorin Pan
park Saturday nftcrnoon Ogden will
meet tho Callles at Salt Lake Tues
day in the Hemi-fiiuils for the Daynes
cup.
Lynch. Quick, Smith ;.nl Johnson
tallied the scores for Ogden. while
Sedgley and Perry were the scorer:
for the Rangei
P.innle. DeFree. QulcS ari.l Lynch
were the stars for Ogden. White
Dixon and Hall starred for the vlsl
tors.
VATICAN PAYS TO
AVOID RED SEIZURE
MOSCOW. May 27. ( By the Asso-
eiated Press) An agreement has I g
reached by the vatlcan and Foreign
Minister TohlUiierin wher.-l.y th'- sov
iet government will except the Cath
olic churches of Russia In their cam
paign of requisitioning c-hureh treas
ures for the famine relief fund, tlo
correspondent is Informod, Instead.
the Russians will accept payment
from the Vatican treasury equivalent
to tho value of the articles.
FOUR EARTHQUAKES
SHAKE ITALIAN CITY
J ROME May 27 (By The Associated
Press ) Four violent earthquakes oe
curred today In the vicinity of Ternl.
about 50 miles north of Rome, caus
; Ing terror to the population over an
: area of several miles. No reports Of
I damage, however, had been received
here this afternoon.
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MEXICAN OFFICIAL
TAKEN ILL ON TRAIN
EL PA6O, Tex., May 27 When
; Adolfo do la Huerta. secretary of fi
nance In the cabinet of President Ob
1 regon of Mexico passed through here
on his way to New York to confer
with bankers of several nations h'
was reported to bo so 111 that local!
friends were not allowed to enter his
private car. He was reported to be;
suffering from appendicitis, but as no1
physician was accompanying him, hlsl
exact condition could not bo lerned
WAR FRAUD CHARGES
KEPT OUT OF HOUSE
WASHINGTON. May 27. Speaker
Gllletto refused again today to per
mit the house to take up on tho
ground of privilege charges by Rep
resentative Johnson, Republican 1
South Dakota, that Chairman Camp-1
boll had failed to comply with orders;
of the rules oommlttee to cull up the
resolution for lnventlgatlon of al- ,
leged laxity In government prosecu
tion of war fraud causes
TEDDY HAYES TO
WED FILM BEAUTY
Intsroational News Service.
IajB ANGELES. May 2 7. With
Jack Dempsey as best man Teddy
i Hayes. th heavyweight champion a
I trainer and secretary, will wed Ml6s
1 Florence Iyoe. 20 years of age, beauty
of the films, noxt Wodnoaday. The
ceremony will take place at the bride's
home.
AMVTIOllt BOXING 4. ROWS,
A recent survey made by A A. CJ.
officials at Boston shows a record
growth of Inter.--- 111 the boxing game,
among amntours. Under t J 1 pres'.-nt
plan of handling tbesea mateur tour
naments. It Is possible for any hoy to
have an opportunity to participate In
the national eVOOta - herein tho na
tional titlen are st stake. The A. A.
U. has divided 1 he country into soe
tlona, and section champions are the
ones delegated to rla-h in Die national
meets. ,
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Get Your j I
j Straw j I
Tomorrow I
2 Winter hats are officially out of date after tomorrow.
B On Decoration Day you'll see most men in bright,
r new, snappy straw hats. There's a straw hat here for
every face, for every pocketbook Whether you want
j to pay $1.95 or $5, there're here And by the way. I
is as much as you pay here. We doubt, however,
1 if you get anywhere more quality for more Have a I
look, just inside the Men's Shop door.
.
j Ready for a Suit? j I
A j?ool many men will doll tin1 now spring suit en lh-i-o- '1
I ration Day Hiv alnntt uu : f yqji would like to pay
I aniiini s .ri fur a i-i trli i ir'l spi-iiigr iia e a look here. 4
r We've .' bundred and Hf1 to choose Crom and tho wsi I
I ol values 935 1 ! V
' Edmonds j
' Foot-Fitters j I
i 5.75 ! I
I This wonderful shoe in "Tom," "Dick !
I and "Harry" styles. The modified last. ! I
- The Munson last. The conservative ! I
last. All sizes. 5 1 -2 to 1 1 . All j I
j widths, AA to EE. Downstairs, $5.75 j I
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COWBOY PADGETT
TO MEET BRITTON
TULSA, Okla.. May 27 Jack Brit,
j ton. welterweight champion, has been
, matcjfied to meet Cowboy Padgett
i t'oiorado welterweight, Ln i ll-rOund
i declalon liout here June ti. It ,m an
: pounced today.
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KOPF HOLDS FAVOR
Larry Kopf, of the Boston Braves,
formerly with Cincinnati, is not hating i
the ball even In the form which he j
has hit in the past seasons, but he ha i
won a place ln the esteem of Boston 1
f ina by his sensational fielding. The:
Braves wore recognized to be weak!
at the short field position since the do i
partlire Of Maranvllle, but with Kopt
in the lineup thoy seem to have added
materially to their defense, according j
to Boston critics.
WHITE BESTS RAY
! IN TEN ROUND BOUT
I ' I TTshI "RG. May Charlcv
Wlte, OhLmso lightweight bested
Johnny Hay of Pittsburg, in a 10
round fight tonight at National league
baseball park. The bout went th"
I full dlslancc.
WRI SiLING "IN BAD''
Chli iiT" may lose the wrestling game
entirely as the result of the recom
liestln.-Pesok bout In which Us
grapplere tuxged at one another for
three hours without reaching; a ver
diet BOme of the c-ounctlmen of Chi
CagO have declared they are ln favor
of abolishing tha sport ontirely. Those
who have favored the establishment
of the boxing game under a city com- L
mission are opposing; the mat aport
since the probe started.
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About ro out ..f every loo native.
e.xamln. 1 in rwo Villages near Lake
afaracaibox enesuls showed in
recti on from malaria.

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