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Ippi 8KS8flW8'iWf&' juuua; wwt uvwu ?? ? ? nUamefL \ The Wheeling team JHaSdhmie tiro trips to this section ^ ps 'season, defeating the Consunv |P^rotat'in the^ffrst encounter by those hobnailed shoes, everv buster I scouts ^are signing up nd SMIw wanted Irer would just f'hject DBule name of Aj i.official agate from tne 58or to Catcher Walters XvJGVMJ' .Q ATP 1 ?<? *>y. ^ ' runjT_n^ronru\^jnjxrui-n_riuvru-^^>rirvrM^ STUDY THIS GH The above picture loots like a , frame-up.' Bat it isn't. The remarkable play was made July 29, < 1919, at Sieberling Field, Akron. I Ohio. Uncle Hughle Palmer slid these two ringers in to the" stake : after President Haynes of the j National Horseshoe Pitching; League had stood np a pair of: ieaners. In shoe vernacular it was' a "horse" on Haynes. This is as great a feat in horseshoe pitching as hitting a home run in baseball. Is there another athletic past-' tiros to arise in America that will I take its place in the near shadow-' of baseball, boxin golf and; tennis? For a good many years they have ! looked upon the game of pitching _ I horseshoes to a stake as being 1 n n Mr! Mlbn? Wtlll mOWlllOl' 1 a. siupiu <u'u luuici ui'w uw-iuuci of the arts. This year with its landslide to * sports of all kinds has taken ; barnyard golf along with it. Seven ? states have fonhed associations since the first of the year, and t horcshoe fans are hatching out as t promiscuously as mosquitoes oh a li still pond. To the Buckeye Association goes e the honor of leading the prctces- ' sion and of furnishing the model [ organization. Its headquarters are ' at Akron. Ohio, the homo town of George May, president - national o champion, and of Uncic Huglfie v Palmer, tho 73-year-old champion t or ice iaausir.il norsesnoe rn.cn- r ing Association. Uncle Hughie is an Interesting 2 sketch. He holds the same position e as a barnyard goiter as John D. s Rockefeller does in the. Scottish I game. Age has not ended their athletic hobbies or dulled their en- 1 thuslasm. p Palmer looks at the sport ot o Mountain City Dru Pi mr i?i yrt sue i^VPiiS! I kKEEP^?SH? WROMU 0eJ335232 ^ Mm satplayT & K^Bk'^^Hy ^Hn t giSfeL ' w Bfrrita vflSfc-3?' MLr IN Bft lt F .y 5 HUGH/EL PALSslda li'Ch.i... I iit0C*d ItUlU !.?> tofeU ?*S S ifc-eitender. \ ' Ills sermon to the world is: 'Why sit in the bleachers when ou'd just as well be playing the nine yourself?" he Believes in everyone trying o hit home runs and toss ringers nstead of watching the other feldw do it.. "Polks at my time in life are ithcr feeble or engaged in pushng up daisies somewhere, unless hey have a spore hobby and plya t," says Hughie His eye3 are as clear as those if any athlete who went to Antverp, and his. nerves as steady as he (ace -on the clock in the town all tower It takes, as athlete to hurl a ! 1-4 pound bit fit curved steel ight feet above the ground to a .take 40 feet away. But that's fncle Hurthie's speed at 73. ..He is entered in the National loiseshoe Pitching Tournament in irogress at Akron during the secnd week in August. ? Co., Druggists. | ^ J ' ^ ^ - _ l 1 ) | re - -. -y ^ ''KM0N1 aOPromia ^ '.'iS-Aiiyt-Sy ^ .- ". v mmm CITY LEAGUEYESTERDAY'S BESTDT. Game postponed, rain. GAME TODAY. Monongah Glass vs. West Virginian STANDING OF THE CLUBS. W. L. Pet. Monongah Glass .... 9 2 .SISi F. M. M. Co 7 2 .7771 Owens 6 7 .455 B. & 0 5 6 .455 West Virginian 4 8 .333 Stevenson 2 10 ..167 NATIONAL LEAGUE YESTERDAY'S RESCWS. Pittsburgh, 2; 'New York, 0. Cincinnati, 6; Boston, 5. Philadelphia. 6: St touts, 1. Chicago, S; Brooklyn, 4. I STAXDISQ OF THE CLUBS* I ! Cincinnati 59 k (Brooklyn ......V ? <4 -|J3/ I -New York ' c? 1 56!l I Pittsburgh I 4? -54S .'Chicago5. f? ? .520 i ^ Lous$ !? -is4 I Boston ' ;? f; -4o7 l?ommzzt 8 SI I AMERICAN LEAGUE I j??%ZSS? SAiTAii I St. Louts-joston, not scheduled, j STAADI.Mi 01- THE CLUBS. W. L. Pet. Cleveland 69 38 .645 Chicago 70 41 .631 ! When it's too hot to coo eat the cook is at her wit please all the members gestion offered by our vj solve the problem nine ti We have at all times a c Make this your market; ronnirem on ts wli ptfi or the choice juicy steak,: on it being just right. Sanitary Successors to R Fresh and Smoked Meal 409 MAIN \ l a I /I id at Biad [n^A^_-l^-jr__L-1_rc-_r_r_r_J u, ,,ry-1 i Nev York . ....... ,76 ? .525 Stlonls B B }>*; Boston 47 |T .JB2 Washington <6 58 .442 Detroit 4? 65' J61 Philadelphia ...... 34 74 315 games tod at. New Tork at. Cleveland. , Beaton at Philadelphia (2). Chicago at Detroit I <L Take ; a Moment to Read fTin uuu WANT m in'. 9W^flirgroian 2c a Word Each Time. \ 'old Meats j or Hot Days k and almost too hot to J; I send to know what will ||l of the family. The sug- lil ariety of cold meats will Jjl imes out of ten. JjJ I hoice variety. place for all your meat it is 'smoked meat or you can always depend A Market obb & Kramer ! s Produce & Groceries STREET. ' " 1 l ' I SSt .' JMMTaV 'fe-'a. gg"g? 'I Dollar Value for I Dollar You Spend It is and has been our constant aim sine give our customers Real Honest Valut cent they spend with us and the,followin show that we are givng still bigger vali er before in NEW men's wearing appai $55.00 Suits .... $39.85 $42-50 Suits $47-50 Suits .... $39.95 $40.00 Suits $45-00 Suits .... &65 $30.00Suits A few $20.00 and $25 'Palm Beach Suit: go at $1650 and $1855. 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