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THE BAR RE DA J17V TIMES. BARRE, VT.. MONDAY, MAY 16, ,1921.
CARPENTIER ; HAS ARRIYED To Begin Training- at Man 'hasset, L. I., for Bout With Dempsey TEX RICKARD WAS WAITING AT THE DOCK Carpentier Is Accomanied By His Manager and Sparring Partner. New' York, May 16. The steamship La Savoie, with Georges Carpentier, the European heavyweight boxing fhampion aboard, arrived in port this morning. Carpentier cornea for the most important ma'tch of his career, a world's championship bout with Jack Dempsey in Jersey City on July 2. Accompanying Carpentier was lua manager, Franco! , Descampa, and a parring pftrtner, Paul Journee, French heavyweight. Te Rickard, promoter of the cham pionship bout, wasat the head of an official welcoming party which awaited Carpentier at the dock. "Rickard and Dempsey already had sent the French' man messages of greeting by wireless. Plans were made to take Carpentier to his training camp at Manhasset, L. r., this afternoon. Training quarters have been constructed on a spacious tract of land in the exclusive residen tial section of lanhact. It has been announced that Carpentier will train privately, excluding all admirers from the. camp while he is working. Carpentier's staff of camp assistants has not been announced He engaged Journee prior to leaving France and is known to have requested that Jeanette, veteran negro heavyweight of Hobok n, N. J., be employed to assume charge ot his sparring activities. Jeannette assisted Carpentier to prepare for his bout with Levinsky. Marcel Thomas, French welterweight, also is in this country and may lie pressed into serv ice at the Carpentier camp. i Meadow Brook Golf Scores. The weekly tournament of the Mead ow Brook Golf club was played over the course on Saturduy afternoon, the winner this week being James Dunbar, with 87, les 8, 79. Charles Bissett had a well-played 30 for his second round, but taking 44 the first nine holes gave him a card of 83, less 1, 82. Those who have played over the course know that he was giving nothing away wkh a score of 3'.i. The greens and fairways are n first-clans condition, thanks to the un tiring efforts of the executive com mittee, who plan for a better coure this year. The leading scores were: Gross. Hndcp. et. 5c. a Day $1.50 A MONTH FOR Hood's Sarsaparilla The best spring medicine treat ment that will purify, vitalize and enrich your blood. Small Bose after each. meal. Pleasant to take, economical and etneient. A month' supply in every bottle. Mora Than Thi It create an appetite, aids diges. tion and assimilation, and makes food taste arood. A wonderful remedy for Impurities of the blood, rheumatism, lumbago, catarrh, scrofula, eczema, to jrive nerve, mental and digestive strength and to build up after protracted Illness, Influenza, grip, and fevers. A word to the wise U sufficient. Get a bottle of Hood's Sarsapa rilla and bejrin to take It today. Hood's Pills, small doses, a mild laxative; larger, an active cathartic COTICH HEALS FULPilfLtS PAN And Blackheads. So Itchy Could Not Sleep. Lasted Three Months, ' "My trouble was caused by dust getting into the pores of my ekln, wnicn lormca pimpieo ana blackheads. The pimples were hard and red and very painful at first, and then got so itchy I could not sleep. This lasted three months. "Sfylno Ciitleura So.n and Ointment advertised I gave it a trial and after two weeks there was a great improvement and at the end of one month my face was healed, after using two cakes of Soap and one box of Ointment." (Signed) Miss Ethel W. Cornelius, 80 Bagzott St.i West Haven, Conn., August 15, 1920. Use Cuticura for all toilet purposes. SupkStriirrw brMtU Ad:"0lMrl ItfW.Ufl U.UMf 41, SUM." SaMvrarr. vhm Sop2S. Onlmntmi60:. T ileum JU. EMT'Cttticura io timwu witnut . "JACOBS" WON BATTING DUEL Sons v of. Old Spaulding Pinned Defeat on, Nor wich Freshmen SCORE OF 15 TO 13 IN OLD-TIME CLASH Pitchers Came and Went Throughout Long Contest James Dunbar Charles Bissett A Christie A. Cowie A. Ingram .... J. Geais J. Forrest 87 83 97 110 113 104 106 8 1 ir 22 25 1 8 70 82 82 88 88 88 P8 St. Albans H. S. 3, Burlington H. S.. 3. St. Albans, May lfl. St. Albans high school defeated Burlington high school here Saturday afternoon, 5 to 3. The batteries were W. Willis and K. Willis for St. Albans and Foss and Tudhope for Burlington. Easy for Brattleboro. Middletmry, May 11. Brattleboro high easily took first place in the an nual Middlcbury college interscholastic athletic here Saturday with HO points. Kutland high, the runner up, had 23 points and Woodstock high took third. Used It. Mistress Bridget, have you used that cook book I bought you? Bridget Sure, Oi have, mum; Oi Rghted the fire with it this morning. Boston Transcript. Revised. Laugh and the world laughs with you, or if it doesn't "you should worry." Boston Transcript. A "dark horse" stepped out from the ranks of( Spaulding high school colors Saturday afternoon and took the mound against, the Norwich freshmen for seven innings. The visitors rapped his delivery for 12 hits but were com pelled to take" home the message of a 15-13 defeat. Joe Caleagni, jr., the "dark horse" in mention, weakened in that proverbial "lucky seventh" and allowed five hits which netted the Nor fich team six scores for the period and, together with the previous scores, to taled 13. Whether 13 is lucky or not no one can say, but Norwich certainly didn't overstep it against the fresh young southpaw, O'Leary, who came in from right field and finished the game. , Spaulding knocked two piUhera out of the box in the first five innings, rapping out 10 hits from Butler, who pitched the first three innings, and Oensmore who pitched two. Against the old Ooddard first-baseman end twtrler, Fuller Slayton. batting rallies were more difficult and from the time Slayton, held the mound no scoring oc curred on Spaulding's part. The game was a mighty interesting one to anyone who likes to see plenty of hitting and good fielding. Spauld ing took the field at the opening period. Veale, the left fielder, pulled down two nice long flie from Sinson and Farrell and Watson utruck out for the third out. Spaulding started with better success as O'Leary's long hit to center field was beyond reach of any fielder and he circled to the third sack after connecting with the firwt ball pitched. Veale, singled, scoring O'Leary. Nicora hit to Butler, who threw him out at first. Slayton hit a grounder and inci dentally ' advanced Veale, and when Douglas hit a grounder to the infield Veale managed to score, the catcher muffing a throw to get him at home Thus Spaulding opened the contest. In the third Butjer allowed Nicora to pa, Slayton singled, Douglas sin gled, only to be caught going to sec. ond, Watt got a free pass, Miles was out on foul fly, O'Keefe was passed to first, Caleagni reached first on an -error by the third-baseman and O'Leary struck out, the Inning netting four runs in these various plays. Two two-baggers and an error in the fourth scored two more runs for Spaulding arid then in the fifth, Dens more, the star halfback of Spaulding FT DOT REG. U.S. PAT. OFF. an d taring WWg." "r gig.' wt'HSI Uniformly good. Thsite why so many use them. ISOCONY MOTOR mm 1 he ri rrttabic dealer and tbc rVf s h" t olie &very QaJloiv thSame" STANDARD OIL CO. OF NEW YORK 26 Broadway LiCKY Strike cigarette Hi SO WEAK SO NERVOUS How Miserable This Woman Was Until She Took Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound Toomsboro, Ga. "I suffered ter ribly with backache and headache all me time, was so weak and nervous I didn't know what to do, and could not do my work. My trouble was deficient and irregular periods. I read in the paperswhatLydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com pound had done for others and de cided to give it a trial. I got good results from its use so that lam now able to do my work. I recommend your Vegetable Compound to my friends who have troubles similar to mine and you may use these facts as a testimonial." Mrs, C.F. Phillips, Toomsboro, Ga. Weak, nervous women make un happy homes, their condition irritates both husband and children. It has been said that nine-tenths of the nervous prostration, nervous de spondency, "the blues," irritability and backache arise from some dis placement or derangement of a wo man's system. Mrs. Phillips' letter proves that no other remedy is so suc cessful ss Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vege table Compound. , r'"i'lK"".",J'vi'v''. l .--a 1 hifc-h school football team of 1020, wHo was pitching his first game of ball for a school, was driven out of the box, Spaulding tucking away seven scores batting completely around. 1 There the scoring ended for the local players as a more experienced pitcher battled for Norwich honor, .Slayton, a three-lettered Goddard roan, going into the box. 'J wo wild p't'-'i'"s, two errors and n single gave Norwich thrre scores in the tHrd. An error, .1 single an I a inrct brvirrr bv Denrmoie netted tlnec 11101c in the fourth. A single and two errors in the sixth accoun; lor tn .Norwicn tally at this period of the -mmc. and four singles, a home run y rarrea ana an error in the seventh cave Xorwi.-li six scores. Farrell's home run wj mm. or less a luckv one. as the ball was lost in the tall gTass in left field. On a good field it might have gone lor a two-bagger. The score: Norwich freshmen ab r h po a e Risson, 2b 2 3 0 0 1 Farrell. rf 5 3 2 2 0 1 Watson, cf 5 0 0 1 0 0 Y Mayton. ss, p .. 4 O 1 ' v iffadl.y, lb 5 0 1 7 0 1 F.nvell, c 3 1 0 6 2 2 Whitcomb, If 4 I 2 1 0 0 Pea body, 3b 4 3 2 2 0 1 Butler, p 1 O O 1 2 1 Densmore, p, ss . . 4 2 1 0 2 0 Muhilini, c, in 7th 2 1 1 2 0 0 Total 4.1 13 13 24 8 7 Spaulding high ab r h po a e O'Uarv. rf, p ..... 2 4 3 1 1 Veale. 'if 1 1 1 1 Nicora, lb 4 3 i 7 1 0 S. Slarton, cf 5 3 3 4 1 1 Douglass, ss 5 1 2 1 5 3 Watt, 2b 3 2 0 0 4 0 Miles, 3b 4 1 0 3 2 0 OKeefe. c 4 2 1 s 2 2 Caleagni. p 3 0 0 0 1 0 Tierney, rf, in 8th 1 0 0 0 0 0 Total 40 15 13 27 IS 8 Score by inning:. 12. 145670 Spaulding 20427000 a 15 Norwich 00330160 013 Home rud, by Farrell; three-haoe hits, by O'Leafy. Densmore; to base hits by Nicora, Foster Slayton, Whit comb. 'Sacrifice hits, by Veale and Cal eagni. Left on haes, by Spaulding . by Norwich 8. Bae on balls, off Cal eagni 3, off Ilutlcr, off lVnsmore 3. First base on errors, off SpauldinS 3. off Norwich .". Hit batter, Calcazrii. Den-more. Struck out by Caleagni 4. by O'Leary 2, by Butler 2, by Slaytoa 2. by Densmore 1. Hits, off Caleagni 12, bLeary. Butler .r. IVnf-more 5. Slayton 3. Wild pitch, by Calcaeni, by Inmore. I mpire-in-chiet, pan IveeTe; umpire on bw. Nicora. Time of game, two hours and 15 minutes. . Informal. 'I understand that Mf. .Tones en tertained Mme of her neighbors infor mally yeterday." "Ve. -he and her rfk had a oisr rel on the front porch." Bo-ton Tran Home Humor. bat wake our ta bill "Wonder run up onicklv? "It's thousand of fet. 1 eui'pn" Boston TTanript. Tws of a Kind. Quaver and hi ife fem I.) b I well rravl.ed pair." "Ye: be ci J-- and she snakes op." Boston TrancrjpU TWICE WOUNDED BY BURGLAR John B. King, Student in Massachusetts Institute of Technology. WOUNDS ARE NOT THOUGHT SERIOUS Assailant. Escaped After Getting Out of King's Clutches Cambridge, Mass., May 18. John B. King of Washington, D. C, a student at Massachusetts Institute of Technol ogy, was twice wounded early to-day by a supposed burglar whom he bad found in hi rooms in Drayton hall. King said he was awakened by a noise in the adjoining room of his brother, Gilbert King, a Harvard student, who was absent overnight. In seeking the cause of the noise he encountered the intruder. Th"y grap pld and King said lie was getting the better of the man when he was shot twice. His wounds, in the bhouldei and thigh, were not considered seri ous. His assailant escaped through a window bv which ho had apparently entered. PHELPS CO. WON. Defeated South Barre on Goddard Cam pus, 16 to 8. Saturday afternoon at Goddard cam pus Phelps Co.' defeated South Barre by the score of 16 to . For six in nings Parasol pitched air-tight ball for Phelps Co., not allowing a run or even a hit. Bcgining with the seventh, South Barre began to fathom his fast shoots and aided by erratic fielding in the next three innings gleaned their en tire eight runs. Murray, pitching for South Barre, proved ineffective and was forced to stand the brunt of Phelps Co.'h heavy attack. "Beef" Biancln for helps performed hi usual "Babe Ruth." Uiacherio also laid hold of a fast one for extra bases. For Thelps Amos Kinu nluvcil his usual nrettr game be hind the 'bat, and Morgan pulled down the fast ones for .outn uarre. .T. Fai W. Frase Baire Golf Club Score for Week End inf May 14. ' Gross. Hnucp. nd 73 4 raser A. Freeland 5 4 L. R. Hutchinson . 77 6 L. Mercer 77 6 !. Stuart 76 i W. Black 7 15 J. Palmer 1 ,J. B. Stewart 7H 4 J. C. Robertson . . M 9 A. A. Milne M 1 .1. Murrav G. C. Stewart M H. E. Nute MI 10 C. F. Burke 01 15 A. Brew SI F. Leith W " ,!. Webber 12 15 ,f. Mercer 8 L. Bottiggi ...... 7"3 R. Mercer M ! G. Brand 5 4 A. Murray "1 0 J. Cooper !3 12 C. George, Jt 15 A. Fraser 2 I). Murray 100 1 D. J. McMillan ... !2 Alex. Milne 107 20 Net. fill 71 71 71 72 72 73 74 75 75 78 78 76 78 77 77 77 78 78". 79 81 81 81 81 82 82 8.1 87 IN THE GOVERNMENT SERVICE AT LANGLEY FIELD "i n ,,- i wM&is'rk at ' III Something to Ease Pain Was Much Needed Would Avail Him Nothing. Lover No, Priscilla. not even for your sake will I comply with the con dition laid down by your father as a preliminary to my marrying you. His Lass W-w wby ! ha does he want you to do! "He"susg,',,(t thB' should gn and hang myself first." London Answers. Opportune for Test. "Is the lady of the house in?" asked the man at the frontdoor. -She is, but she's asleep just now," answered the maid. "Very good. I'm selling alarm clocks. Take one in and set if it won't do good work." Vonkers Statesman. Relies on His Arithmetic. Sunday School Teacher Tell me. Willie, how many commandments there are. Willie Ten. Teacher That's right. And if you should break just one of them, what then? Willie Then there would be nine loft Washington Star. Juvenile Logic Tommy What does LL. D. after a man's name mean? Jimmy I guci-s it incur that he's a lung and liver doctor. Boston Tran script. Mea Deceivers Ever. "Alice used to say that people ..hould marry their '.ppo-itie. Did st.c r "I gttc o. She says that soon mf'.tr her weddirg she discovered that her husband was jif-t the opposite of what he thought he wa." B""tm Tran wript. Secret cf Industry. "Surely you must be tird. auntie." said her nier who was visiting the nld lady. "Hiw can you work o long with oi't' a re.t !" "Well, my dear." was th reply. "I thir.k it' baie when I rin pi-e of w.rk I just ret t 17T to stop." r.Utn Tran-ript. The following is from a man in the government service, Mr. G. M. Chase, who formerly lived in Massachusetts. In a letter from Langlcy Field, the famous government aviation field, Mr. Chase wrote as follows: "We have used your "Mysterious Pain Ease' for the last 12 or 15 years, while living in Mass. Can it be ar ranged so we could get it dh-ect from you by Parcel Post. Would appreciate it very much as we do not know bovr to get along without it. (Signed) G. M. CHASE, Care of Gov't. Field Office. Langley Field, Va." That is a very strong endorsement of "Mysterious Pain Ease," the justly celebrated Scotch Liniment. Simply ap ply Mysterious Pain Ease to the af flicted part and you will be surprsed at the immediate relief. It relieves in flammation and stops pain. People who know about it always keep it on hand. People who use it recommend Mys terious Pain Ease for the pains of lum bago, burns, stiff neck, neuralgia, neu ritis, rheumatism, muscular colds where , the chesit, back and shoulders are in pain, sprains of all kinds and pain aris- J ing from inflammation. Leading dealers sell "Mysterious Pain Ka.se the Scotch Liniment or can get it for you. Adv. ASPIRIN Name "Bayer ' on Genuine Warning! Unless you see the name "Bayer" on package or on tablets you are not getting genuine Aapirin pre scribed bv physicians for twenty-one years and" proved safe by millions. Take Aspirin only a told in the Bayer patk aue for Colds. Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache, Lum bago and for Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of Aspirin cost few cents." Druggists also sell larger packages. Aspirin is the fade marl, if Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceticacid ester of Salicylicacid. Adv. CORNS Lift Right Off without Pain Magic! Drop a little "Freestone" on an aching corn, instantly that com stops hurting, then shortly you lift it right off with fingers. Doesn't hurt a bit. Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of "Freefone" tor a few cents, sufficient to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and calluses. Adv. We're Goimg to Show You Within a short time some real base ball atmosphere in clothing ads. ! You will be interested in the illus trations, but you will be more inter ested in what we have to say about clothing. Did you buy some of those fine, classy shirts Saturday evening? Lots of fellows did. Lots more of the shirts still in stock. Open Monday Evening as Uusual. Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers, 122 North Main St. Tel. 275-M. o Do You Want a Great Bargain? We are offering for 6ale the following: 9 Used International Trucks 1 ton capacity. . 1 Buick Runabout. 1 5-passenger Overland Touring Car. These machines are now located in Morrisville, Ver mont, Randolph, Vermont, and Cambridge Junction, Vermont. Our representative will be in Morrisville on Monday and Tuesday, May 16 and 17. For particu lars address or 'phone Mr. Keene, care of S. W. Isham, Morrisville, Vermont. Mack Motor Truck Co. Cambridge, Mass. 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