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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER; THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1920.'
SPORTING STANDING OF THE CLUBS. American league. IWvi Lost, r.c. Cleveland. .r,."j -2' -;,i7 New York, ",!) 32 .4S Chicapo. !' r- -inS St. Louis. 4-f. 44 .4S8 Vnhinptoii, S9J 42 .41 i',Hto. ::!) 41 .470 (.tr..;t. 20. .13 4 rhilj.I.l.ia, 2.5! 61 .281 National League. Won. Lpst. P.c. Brooklyn. 52' ''( -1 Cincinnati. 4ti .'5i -1 Pittsburgh, 41 W .513 St. Lou in, 43 43 .f00 New York, 41 42 .404 Chicapo, 43 4.i .483 Jtoston, 33 43 .43 1 Philadelphia, 34. 4S .41.3 in the eighth inning, on an err'- a wild I throw to first and a single ova iliird. The Lineup: Goodnow Pearson & Ilunt: f Thayer,' lb; Seanlon, 2b; Stowell, p; I I Dunlevv, ss; Davis, 3b; ITaus, cf; j Blake, If; Chine, e; Brown, rf. I Bellows Falls: A. Fountain, c; Grif fin, 2b; Pillsbury, ft; Alonarty, ss; P.aumont. 1b; Holt, rf;C. Fountain, 3b; R. Bishof., p; Youiip, cf. ' - Inninps 12 3 4. 16789 (. & IT. 3 0 0 0 4 0 3 1 x 11 Bellows Falls 0000000202 American League Games Today. C'hicapo at Boston. Cleveland at New York. Other teams not scheduled. National League Games Today. Boston at St. Iouis. Brooklyn at llttsburph. New York at Cincinnati.' Philadelphia at Chicapo. YESTERDAY'S GAMES. New York, Cleveland, American League. 4 3 10 10 Mavs, OWeill B)!.toK. Chicapo, done Schalk. Collins and'Ruel; Caldwell and and 1 0 Walters; Williams Philadelphia, 7 St . Louis, 2 Perry and Perkins f Bayne, and Severeid. 5 Washington -Detroit, rain. National League. : 3 10 o 1 aud Sothoron 2 o and St. Louis, : 3 13 Boston. 2 S Doak and ('lemons; Fillinpin O'Neill. Twelve innings. New York, " 8 1 Cincinnati, 3 2 Toney, Dotiplas and Smith; Fisher, Sal lee and Winpo. Pittsburph, 4 11 '1 Brooklyn, .3 S 1 lender and Schmidt; Marquard. Mitchell and Klliott. . Philadelphia, - 0 10 1 Chicago. 1 3 2 ltixey and Wheat;! Alexander, Carter anil Killifer. r GOLlFiVixVTCII WON t BY BRATTLEBORO Greenfield, Opponents Pay for Suppers at Pine Grove Springs One Point Margin in Score. Fifteen Brattleboro polfers dined at the expense of their Greenfield oppon ents at Pine Grove Springs last even ing ns the result of a match between the two teams played in the afternoon over the hotel course, the score being 18 to 17, in favor of the Vermonters. The individual matches stood as fol- Robbins, 3 B. Lunt, Total, IS Total, 17 A team from the local club will go to Claremont, N .II., for a match Satur day afternoon of this week, while on July 31 a match with Bennington is scheduled to take place on the local course. '0 lance and not a second more. Resolute 'won by seven minutes one-third. second BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL nT t-i 4 -TTTn nit 4 ntnnriT LiHiilMlMjr SIliiUIUi two seconds apart; The next race will be Fridav. J? UK J?;KlUAIi'S ItAUUJ t Resolute Beat the Challenger Yesterday on Tne' Allowance A Tie On . , ' Elapsed Time. SANDY BOOK, N. J., July 22. The cup challenger Shamrock IV was towed to the Staten Island Ship Building Co. plant early today-to be dry docked and have her under body cleaned in prep aration for the fourth race with the American defender, Resolute tomorrow'. The American defender, Resolute, de feated Shamrock IV, in their series for the America's cup by her time allow- corrected time, the elapsed time show inp a tie. t Yesterday's tie, boat for boat was Hiss Edith Landman and Miss June the first in the history of the race Howard of South Londonderry are visit cup. The finish of the first race won' ing Mrs. Mamie Helson in her home on by Resolute in the 1920 regatta not High stiWtf. ' I only recalled, but surpassed the con-1 Miss Edith M. ,' Esterbrook left this test between Shamrock II. and Colum- afternoon for Springfield,; Mass., where uia. m ivvi, w mMi me . yacnis : will join from 12 to 13 other members of the Appalachian , club, '-. who are to come from in and near Boston. They.will f Floyd Mann, -who 1 recently finished work at J. E. Mann's dry goods store, is working at the . Brattleboro garage. Trof. L. A. Butterfield, who is in the Melrose hospital with a fractured leg, is as comfortable as could be expected. Hair Grown on Bald Head After being almost totally bald, a New Yorker faappily found aoraethinc which brought oat new. luiuriant growth of hair of which he ia ao proud that be will send the information free to anyone who aika for it. Write: John H. Brittaia. Station V. New York. N. X. Many women and men have Brown hair after all else failed. Cut ' thia out, a how others; this la genuine. Brattleboro Greenfield. Thompson, 3 Packard, 0 J. P. Estey, 2 Duniont, 0 Fchida, 0 Snow, 2 J. G. Estey, 1 Scott, 2 L. L. Dunham, 2 Taylor, " " ' ' .'1 L. Barber, 0 Masters, 0 D. Cowles, 0 1'lrich, 3 Tasker, 0 Pond, 3 Foster, 0 Seavy, 2 Crane, 1 I). Lunt, 1 GriswoM, 3 Foss, 0 Babbitt, 0 Foss, 3 Brookhouse, 3 B. Lunt, s0 COODNOW, PEARSON & HUNT WIN1. Fngulf Goodnow, Jewett & Bishop Team of Ecllows Falls 11-2. The Goodnow, Pearson & Hunt team defeated the Goodnow, Jewett & Bis hop team of Bellows Falls yesterday "fternonn on the Valley fair grounds by a score of 11 to 2. A larpe dole ration from Bellows Falls, attended the game, expecting from the start, that their team would win. P. H. started to tally in their half of the first inning, piling up three runs, and throughout the game added a few extra to make the score a large one. Bellows Falls made their only scores TORTURED BY HER jTHACH After Ten Years, She Found Relief In "Fruit-a-tives" . SS07 Sacto Ave., Sackamexto, Cau "I had Stomach Trouble for ten years, which became so bad that I got Stomach Cramps two or three times a w eek. After ycara cf terrible torture, I read about Fruit-a-tives' or Fruit Liver Tablets, and sent for a trial box. 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Viliiam1 Gray , left this morning for hs . home iij 'Pittsfield,.Me.V aecompanietj tjy M. ' C. Il6ugf;t6ns,. who j.will ' remain BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL L. D. Taylor was .in Charlestown, N. IT., yesterday on business. Mrs. Cedric Reynold and three chil dren of Bellows Falls came today to spend the Week-end here with her mother, Mrs. Mary Foss. Miss C. Merrifield and Miss CV Farrar of .New York, who had been Spending several days in town at the Brooka House, ,went this afternoon to Wards boro,, where they will be guests at the preen fountain Inn for several weeks. Bargains Are Here at Remarlle Savings -xr: Footw Family Women's White Oxfords Made of finest quality white canvas, Louis and Cu ban heels. Good assortment of sizes and widths. Values from $7.00 to $10.00, - ; Special Sale Price $4.98 . Now on display in our south window. - v : Women's Up-to-Date Summer Footwear at Greatly Reduced Prices Fine assortment of fashionable models.in Women's Pumps t and Oxfords, in black 'patent, kid, calf, dark brown calf and kid and white Nubuck leath ers. Values - from $9.00 to $12.00, V: ' Special Sale Price $0.98 . - Now on display in our ' . south window TR0' TlaOC 1 jfK Try HOC JNIisses' and Children's High Grade Oxfords "Trot Moc" Quality. - Made of very durable leath er on sensible lasts. Special ly prepared sole for hard service. Spring heels. Near ly all sizes! Black and dark brown leathers. Values $4.50 to $5.50. . Children's Sizes 7 to 11. , Special Sale Price $2.98 JMisses' Suesv 11 54 to -2, U Special Saie Price $3.98 ;" i t;.-t ' ;-''5r J-'- .''. 1' r Bargains in Men's Shoes " 4 On Dressy Lasts Dark brown" calf leathers. Lot-of Men's Welt Sole Shoes on medium and nar row toe.lasts, Excellent assortment of sizes. Values from $7.50 to $9.00,. , . . Special Sale Price. $5.98 Now on display in our north window. Women's White Shoes Best Quality ' Made iri: white. 'Nubuck -and white . reinskin ; cloth, ( on smart lasts Louis rand Cii- ? ban heels. ' Good :ChQic'e of sizes; Values from $8.00 to : :; Special Sale Price $3.98 ' ."i" " .' ....- i '. 1 - . .. . Women's Oxfords and Pumps i . s In large sizes, only.'. Btoken lot of Pumps and' Oxfords r in large sizes only, including black patent gun metal calf, . kid, dark 'brown kid and calf leathers." Values $5.50 to $5.50, V Special Sale Price $2.98 i Women's White Canvas; Shoes and Pumps Exceptionally Low Priced. . Broken lot of .White . Canvas Pumps . 1 1 and , Shoes on dressy : lasts.'. Good yarie- $3.00' to $3.50,; : ; ,:Jit.;:Trr 3 V Special Sale Price $1.59 Men's, Oxfords at . Sacrifice Prices Odd lot of Men's Fine' Made Lpw Shoes irjrtan ahd; black leathers. Brpktn . sizes.' ;:V al ues;from $750 to $12.00, . Special Sale Price $4.98 ' Now ondisplay in our, .; t r North .Window, iV f '-il 4" On display tin andltroiind our two large stores, are many Jjargaihs in Summer Footwear too numerous to mention in above space, buall marked at nnnQnnllv low nrices to close out..- ' s? -;.-. ; . . : . - j; : rjA """" ..-.- v.- : 1 11 ' " "' '"iVl rrffcfi tjfA t-s ,yi rH. f . - , .. . . Cj . . ,