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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BAltKE, VT., THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1921.
VETERAN BOX- MEN STRONG Walter Johnson, Grover.C. Alexander and Herbert Pennock Won SHUTOUT GAMES PLAYED YESTERDAY Relative Positions of the League Leaders Were Not Changed - New York, Sopt. .J5.-Tliree veteran pitcher, heroes, of many panics in for mer years, demonstrated yesterday they were f till tit for major league baseball by twirling shutout game. Walter . Johnson of Washington blanked .St. Louis, 1 to 0; Grover C. Alexander of the Chicago Nationals was a 10 to 0 winner over Philadel phia, and Herbert Tennock of the Bos ton Americana was victorious, 1 to 0, Hood's Sarsaparilla Makes Food Taste Good Creates an appetite, aid digestion, purifies the blood, promotes assimila tion bo a to secure full nutritive val ue of food and to give strength to '.he whole svstem. Adv. over Detroit. . . Johnson won over Dixie Davis in a pitching duel in which the Washing ton moundam'an allowed but three hits, while .teammates made Nonly four oir the St. Louis pitcher. Only two hit were made by Detroit off Pennock s delivery. Tl. On the other liana r.ppa i.r, AMERICAN LEAGUE. Detroit 0, Boston 1. Cleveland 8, Philadelphia 5. St. Louis 0, Washington 1. New York 11, Chicago 8. . American League Standing. New York Cleveland St. Louis . Washington . . . Boston Detroit Diiffltro Philadelphia , 47 Won. Lost. Pet. 8fi 51 .28 8(5 r.- 72 8 .M4 , 60 70 .497 6.-) m .485 f7 74 .475 SH 80 .421 47 8i .353 NATIONAL LEAGUE. Boston 2, Pittsburg 5. New York 10, Cincinnati 1. ' , Philadelphia 0, Chicago 10. Brooklyn 0, St. Louis 7 (first game). Ht. Louis 3, Brooklyn 2 (second game). National League Standing. Won. Iost. New York 87 Pittsburgh 84 St. Louis 77 Boston 75 Brooklyn 70 other veteran, pitching for Cincinnati, Cincinnati M was unable to stop the New YorkjO.icagn o4 ho easily defeated the tteus. rmiaaeipnia . t,. Pituhuro-h Pirates maintained their relative position as runner-up in the National league race by winning over Boston. New York and Cleveland each won their games in the American league. The Meusel brothers hit the ball hard vesterdav. Bob Meusel of the Yankee clouted two home run and Emil, with the Giants, made three hit in four times at bat. MAY RESTORE DVFFEY'S 100-YARD RECORD 54 54 14 C.8 76 85 94 Pet. .617 .BOfl .554 .S30 .507 .453 .3sn .333 TILDEN MEETS F.GORDON LOWE American Tennis Title Holder Goes Against English Veteran FEATURE MATCH AT PHILADELPHIA Morris Williams Put Out By Anderson, Australian Proposal Will Come Before New Eng land A. A. TJ. Committee Meeting To-night. Boston, Sept. 15.-The record of 0 3-5 seconds for 100 yards, made by Ar thur Duffey of Georgetown university at the in'ter-eollegiate, championships in 1002, which stood as the first am ateur record for the time and distance until it was expunged in 1005, may be restored to the official books. The reg istration committee of the New Eng land A. A. t. to which the national body referred for investigation a pro posal to put it back, will hold a spe cial meeting to-night to act on the matter. It has already held one meet ing at which further evidence was called for. This has been obtained, it was said, and Duffey to-day expressed the belief tliat recommendation would be made for restoration of his record. After a racing tour of England, con tinental Europe, South Africa and Aus tralia, Duffey was charged in 1005 with having admitted professionalism in a series of articles under his name. One item in the defense now being made is nn affidavit purporting to he that of Bernard McFadden to the effect that it was he who wrote the articles, not Duffey. The report of the New England reg istration committee will be made to the A. A. U. convention at Chicago in November. TEE OFF AT ST. LOUIS. For the 25th Annual National Ama teur Golf Tournament. St. Louis, Sept. 15 Trophies for the 25th annual national amateur golf tournament were plaed on display here to-day, coincident with the ap pearance of star golfers of the country upon the St. Louis Country cluh links where the tournament is to be played, starting Saturday. According to present plans, the Itrst pair will tee off Saturday morning at 8 o'clock and at five-minute intervals throughout the day, the remaining golfers will take the course. This notes a change in the plans of the committee as previously stated due to additional entries which now total 154. Philadelphia, Sept. 15. Fifth-round matches scheduled to-day in the 40th annual tournament for the United States lawn tennis singles champion ship brought together William T. Til den, 2d, the titleholdcr and world's champion, and F. Cordon Lowe, the veteran English internationalist, in ihe contest in which interest was cen tered. J. O. Anderson of the Australian Davis cup team, who yesterday elim inated R. Norris Williams, 2d, of Bos ton, former holder of the American ti tle and generally picked a one of the semi-finals . in this meeting, was to meet Francis T. Hunter of New Wk. n ... nrrrl that one of the X I t v ' , hardest fought matches to-day would be that between two ran irnrii-, Willis E. DavU and Robert Kmsev, while two Philadelphians, Wallace I. Johnson of chop stroke fame, and Craig Biddlc, veteran of many tourna ments, were to meet in the remaining contest. . , , The matche were scneauieo a i- low-s: . , . Noon Biddle vs. Jobnson ana iviu- sev vs. Davis. 2 p. m Anderson vs. Hunter. m. Lowe vs. liiacn. BILL BRENNAN DONS GLOVES. Receptive. A girl'a mirror may constantly tell her she is beautiful, but it never bores !-cr to have a young man confirm the iiatement. Boston Transcript. Ai Substitute for Bob Martin Against Hugh Walker. St. Louis, Sept. 15. Bill Brenan of Chicago and Hugh Walker, Kansas City, meet to-night in the first 12 round decision heavyweight bout staged here in a number of years. Brennan is substituting for Bob Mar tin. A. E. F. heavvweiaht champion, who withdrew because of illness. The hnnt. has beer, arraneed for the beniii! of ex-ser"ice men. WASHINGTON Movies at schoolhouse hall, Thurs day evening. Sept. 15, at 8:15. Enid Ro'nnptt. in "The False Road," two-reel 'mmsrlv and scenic. A biz eight-reel show for 25c. Children under 12, 11c, tax included. The Pastime Amusemont Co. of Chelsea. adv. Pat's Expedient. "Pat," said Mrs. Casey, "what makes iha liutw PTV SO" "Oi'm pinchin' him," replied Tat, who was doing the perambulating act, "What in hiviu's name are yez doin' that for!" "Shure 01 can't kape awake long enough to get him to slape onless he cries. lioston i ranat-ripi. Tf n. 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A crowd variously estimated from 12,IX)0 to 15,- U00 attended the second day ot the v. ai- edonia county fair here to-day. laeai racing weather prevailed and the crowd witnessed sensational ariving iuu pluck of Cochato Direct in the final heat Ot tne z:SJ race, n irm.-.c v..-. probablv was nowhere duplicated in Vow Kriuland was the fact that in slightly over two hours three classes i comprising 'it norses averaging mm horses each were successfully raced without accident. The summary: 2:23 Mixed, First Division, Purse $250. Cochato Direct, b. g. (McFar- hindl 1 1 1 ! Grand March, ch. g. (McLeod) 2 2 2 Plow Bov, b. g. (Harvey) .. Green art. Kid, b. g. (Russell) 4 4 4 Cniiia R., Helen Peters, Quicksand, i Bvron and Be.ona also started. Time; 2:21; 2:20; 2:21. 2:19 Mixed, Purse $400. Major Frisco, b. g. (Oero) - 1 1 1 Ponv Kxpreas, D. g. j.MCDiiaiiri - , Wm. Ding, b. g. (Roucher) .... - 4 Buick. ch. g. (St. .lames) 4 4 3 Little Prince, Bingo. Bradford, Man anfl Delagoas Southern Lady also started. Time: 2:17; 2:19; 2:17. 2:25 Trot, Purse $300. Pay Roll, b. m. (McShame) . . Conjecture, blk. m. (Pierce) .. Ruby Frisco, ch. m. (Gero) ... In. lira flnvton. b. IT Nell Sable, Audran, Charley P., Bingineer Ultimate and Pollyanna started. Time: 2:23; 2:19; 2:19. The summary of Tuesday's races: 2:15 TTot and Pace, Purse $400. Brown Gentry, b. g. (Chevalier) I 1 1 MNs Abbie Bnno, d. m. (-ic Shane) Dr. Kidburn, b. g. (Pickle) Asunder Isle. ch. S- (Call) Time: 2:18; 2:17; 2:17. 2:30 Treft and Pace Purse $300. Red Moko, b. g. (Gero) 1 1 Hoover, b. g. (Swale) 2 2 2 Clara Wilkes, b. ni. (Brown) ... 3 3 3 Baroness Watson, blk. ro. (Har vey) 3 Dawn, Charley K, Lucy Blai k, Brace Audabon. Grace" G. and Charley Clay also started. Time: 2:23; 8:21; 2.20. CHICAGO CITY SERIES Will Open at White Sox Park On Oct. 5. Chicago, Sept. 14. The city seriea between the White Sox of the Amer ican League and the Chicago Cubs of it. Vatinnal IfAirue to determine the Chicago championship, will open on October 8, it was announced to-day. The first game will be playrfl at tne While Sox park. Prudent Peggy. peppy Proudmore and her bosom chum,"Susie !Suirrbit, lingered over luncheon one day for coffee and a smoke. Of course, with the coffee and the moke went a chat. Their talk turned upon men. Suoe blew a cloud of moke into the air. "Anvhow," she said, and she heaved a big sigh "anyhow, darling, it it bet ter to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all." "Yes, that's all right," agreed Pegsy. in the approved modern manner, "pro vided that you keep the presents." Philadelphia' Inquirer. Conservation. ' What is Canada doing? What are Canadians doing t top this fearful waste of our country's precious lum tr!'' cried the fervent orator. "Is there one Canadian here who can truthfully tell roe he is doing anythire at all to ave our forest from depletion?" Cravely the little man in the front row rre with upheld hand. What! Is there actually one?" ei claimed the orator. "And what, may I re jrou doing to ave our lutn- "I," said the little maw olemrly, "alwtys use a tootipick. twke."" To ronto Tel'ram. PREVENT Skin Troubles by Daihj Use of Cuticura Make Cuticura Soap and Ointment your every -day toilet prep arations. Bathe with the Soap and hot water on rising and retiring, using plenty of Soap, best applied with the hands. Smear any signs of Dimples, redness or rouKhness with the Ointment and let it remain five minutes before bathing. Finally dust on a few grains of the ex quisitely perfumed Cuticura Tal cum, it takes the place of other perfumes for the skin. r.tarto. Itapt 0jMu4m. Mm." Soll.rv .h.r. Soap&e. OmtMnUttUKi Kte. TUeumlife. KV"Cuticur Soap shavM without mug. PARLEY LIKELY TO BE KEPT UP Continuance Depends On Report By Boland and McGrath OPTIMISM FELT IN DUBLIN TO-DAY That Five Irish Plenipoten tiaries Will Soon Go to Inverness The KICK is in the TASTE Dublin, Sept. 15 (By the Associated Press (.Continuance of negotiations with the British government with a view to the establishing of a basis for peace in Ireland was believed here to day to depend largely upon the report submitted to Eamonn De Valera and his colleagues by Harry Boland and Joseph McGrath, the couriers sent to Gairloch on Monday to confer with Prime Minister Lloyd George. The couriers were expected to lay before the Irish republican leaders the explanation given by the prime minis ter of certain feature of his latest note to Dnblin, and there was optim ism that the five plcnipotentSnes named by the Dail Eireann yesterday to carry on the parleys with Mr. Lloyd George would go to Inverness soon. 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