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The Garland City globe. (Garland, Utah) 191?-1925, September 19, 1918, Image 9

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I ARRIVAL OF THE FIRST AMERICAN TROOPS IN ITALY I
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J These lirltlsh Tommies intend to rldo In comfort when thoy beuln their
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WILSON PEAK, MOUNT BLANC
Tho Htur-ijpungled Hanuer Is Hying
on this peak of Mont Iihinc, which In
tho future will bo called Wilson peak.
It wiih formally tho I'lltschner penk,
named after a Qvrman oxploror, Tho
mayor of Chamonlx, accompanied by a
great throng of spectators and olllclills,
climbed tho peak on August 10 and
while hoisting the American Mag ro
named It Wilson peak.
Good Witnesses,
It was quite on important case nnd
Mr. Slxnuto, tho country luwyer, felt
worried about tho result. IIo was
doubtful of his two witnesses.
So, when the morning coma for them
to appear in court, ho himself culled
, for them, and together tho three drove
to tho neighboring town.
Conversation lagged, nnd ,thq Jawyer
grow despondent. As they possed a
Held of turnips ho pointed to a number
j of crows.
I "Cau you sec thoso crows tlieroj"
iho usked.
"Yes," answered witness No. 1,
"Now, what color do you think they
aro?"
I "Whltol" answered ho who was go
ing to speak tho wholo truth.,
j Tho attorney gasped.
I "Ah I and what. do you think I" ho
asked of No, 2.
"Oh, they're white, without a doubt I"
Bald bo.
Then the lawyer. heaved a deep sigh
of relief.
"Good i Very good l" And then, mu
singly, "I think wo shall win our case
today." . . .
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FAREWELL TO EBBETTS FIELD AS UNCLE
SAM TAKES IT FOR COLD STORAGE PLANT
No more will the bleachers roar at the umplro or go wild over n homo
ran nt Kbbctts field, tho big baseball diamond of tho Drooklyn Nationals,
as the government has commandeered It as a cofd storage plant. According
J-to Charles P. Kbbetts, owner of the dub, Undo Sam will try to mnko good
ruse of It for the army and navy. Other famous ball fields, Including tho I'olo
grounds, homo of tha New York Qlnuts, may also bo taken over for similar
purposes. It It heartbreaking to the fans, of course, but they rcallzo that
It Is not o good-by, but nn nu rcvolr, to baseball.
S COMPARATIVELY YOUNG S
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J Arthur Fletcher of tho Giants, Jf
J Zach Wheat of Brooklyn nnd
$ Tom Clark of tho Itcds, aro tho
oldest players In point of serv- J
Ico on their clubs In tho Nn-
J tlonal league. Tho three men
all Joined their rospoctlvo teams
J In 1000. Now that Hans Wng- J
ner has retired from tho dla-
raond, Max Carey Is tho veteran $
player on tho.Pirntcs. IIo Joined
$ tho club In 1010. Dick Itu-
dolph did not becomo n Hrnvo
$ until 1013, but ho has been with
tho club longer than nny other
of tho present members. Two
J other players who aro now tho
votcmns of their teams Joined
J their clubs tho same year. They
nro Jim Vaughn of tho Cubs and
$ 1)111 Donlc of tho Cardinals.
SHORE STARS IN NAVY EXAMS
Form ci Dotton Red Sox Pitcher
Pithed to Take 8peclal Course
4 at Naval Academy.
Ernest Shore, former pitcher for tho
Bos to American lcaguo,club, passed
his c.-SmJnatlQJV.nJ tho harvard school
for ensigns with such high marks that
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ho was orT of flvo picked to tako a
special courso nt tho Naval academy
at Ahnapolls, It wns learned. Shorn
who enlisted In tho navy with other
teammates many months ago, was
later transferred to tho ensign school
nt Unrvard.
FOOTBALL BOOMED BY PITT
Interest of Alumni and Publlo Being
Maintained by Efforts of
Publicity Committee.
University of Pittsburgh football au
thorities have ndoptcd n novel but
sensible plan for Interesting their
alumni and tho general public In their
football situation.
They havo called attention to thu
testimony of President Wilson, Secre
tary Baker and. Walter Camp, tho lat
ter in chargo of training camp activi
ties for tho navy, that college sports
mean so much In tho development of
soldiers, nnd moro particularly tho ml
vantago they give to thoso men seek
ing commissions.
Adams Has Gone Over.
Piatt Adams, who won tho world's
standing high Jump championship nt
tho Olympic games In Stockholm nnd
was second In tho standing broad Jump,
has Joined tho host of noted athletes
who havo gono to Franco for tho Y. M,
a A. IIo wilt Instruct our troops In
track and field evenjs and also In base-ball-
To Build Roque Courts.
Indianapolis will constmct four
Itoguo courts In Garfield park.
LONG DRIVE WON HIM FIFTY
But Ray Schmandt's Check Covered
Many Miles Before Reaching
Him at Camp Pike.
Rny SchmntuH, the former Brooklyn
second baseman, Is at last to receive
his check for ?50 for hitting tho "bull"
sign In Philadelphia last April.
Schmnndt pasted tho sign with n fine
drive nnd earned tho bonus, and his
check was soon ready, but It has had
a hnrd tlmo catching up with him.
Tho check was forwarded to Brook
lyn and was to havo been presented
to Schmnndt with much pomp nnd clr
cumstnnco at Ebbctts field, but before
It arrived ho had been called by
his draft board nnd had gono to St.
Louis to sco his family. Thu check
was forwarded to St. Louis, but ho
had left for Camp Pllto, Ark., In tho
meantime. Ills family forwarded It
to Camp Pike, whero ho Is a member
of tho Tenth training battalion.
TRUISM ON BASEBALL GAME
Pitched Balls That Aro Near Cnouah
to Be Called Strlkos Aro Good
Enough to Hit At.
Major Icaguo batsmen who mndo n
prnctlco of heckling tho umpires for
doubtful balls and strikes never found
any sympathy with Fred Clnrke. Tho
ex-Plrato leader onco expressed n tru
ism which should bo drilled Into every
boy who gets Into tho national pastime.
Wilbur Cooper brought out Clarke's
little lino following nn argument In
ono of tho games played by tho Pirates
nt Jacksonville. Several of tho Pitts
burgh batters wero complaining that
tho umplro "missed" somo that wero
nn Inch or two from tho corner of tho
plntc.
"Well, boys," remarked Cooper, "I
feel tho same as Cap Clarkoon pitched
balls. If thcy'ro closo enough to bo
called strikes, thcy'ro good enough to
hit."
COLLEGE PLAYERS IN FAVOR
Team at Fields Point, R. I., Made Up
Almott Entirely of Men from
Brown University.
Tha Bethlehem Steel company Is not
confining Its enlistments of ball play
ers to tho professional ranks.. Tho
team that represents Its plant nt
Fields Point, It. I., Is made up almost
entirely of collcgo men, most of them
from Brown university. They mny
know llttio about building ships, but
they can play n pretty good brand of
bnsoball, which seems to bo tho main
Item.
J POSTWAR SPORT BOOM $
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Jlra Pllklngton, president of
tho Association of Amateur
Oarsmen, sees n brilliant pros-
pect for all athletic sports when
peaco Is declured, says tho Great
Lakes Bulletin, official naval $
J station publication. Pllklngton,
whoso nctlvo association with
J tho government body In rowing J
goes back to 1870 within n de- 5r
J cade of tho end of tho Civil J
war belloves that conditions
following tho grent war will bo J
much tho snmo as thoso which
$ wero experienced hero In tho
reconstruction period.
"Tho Civil war, or rather the $
J ending of It, gnvo sport Its lm-
ir pctus In this country," said
J Pllklngton.
"Becnuso Undo Snm Is prac-
tlcnlly making athletics com-
pulsory In tho land nnd naval
forces, hundreds and thousands $
of young men who never before ir
J engaged In sport hnvo becomo $
actlvo nnd enthusiastic athletes.
$ It Is easy to seo what tho ro-
suit will bo when tho war ends." it
Matty to Go Over.
Christy Mctbewson, manager of tho
Cincinnati Reds, Is to go abroad as a
member of n chemical warfare serv
ice unit that will do lino work In
Prance.
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