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Anaconda Standard (Newspaper) - September 23, 1920, Anaconda, Montana2the Anaconda Standard thursday september 23, 1920. Last worlds series games a not on the Square seven Chicago players involved says prosecutor who is presenting facts to grand jury sailing probe i boogers tighten t opens in Gri Cago Boston of Evieo Ohnson Comiskey. Veeck Konetchy hits into bleach boxing baseball Tennis Golf e give testimony. Many subpoenaed. Ers for Home run in eighth. Chicago sept 22.�?evidence that he world s series last year Between he Chicago american and Cincinnati National league clubs was a not on he Square Quot was presented to the Cook grand jury i id toe in he ran an investigation of alleged base it All gambling according to a state nent. Issued tonigh1 by Hartley rep Ogle prosecutor in charge of the investigation. Seven Chicago players Are involved. Or. Replogle said by non-1 of tile Cincinnati players Are implicated. He charged in his statement however hat some of the witnesses were not to Vang up to their pledges that they would make Public All information hey had on the matter the investigation was secret but resident Johnson said afterwards he lad Given testimony which Quot indicated throwing of games last year by cer Aln players. Other witnesses said hey had been Able to present in con Irete evidence of dishonesty it n the Lart of any player bul had presented Eads which might help in the search for evidence. President Johnson and president Komiskey. After being questioned for Nore than an hour it Ach. Wert expected to appear before Tho jury again tuesday. Jacob a Rube Quot Benton new York National Pitcher will be ques inned tomorrow and president John Heydler it of the National league will he examined monday or tuesday. President Johnson told the jury his in investigations Bud not revealed i by proof of irregularities in the rame his year hut did a it get a w Pul in his testimony concerning last years games. President Comiskey said he held up he world series Cheeks of several Chi ago american league players last rear while investigating charges that had come to his attention but declared he had no obtained any proof against any player. An armful of reports from private let motives was Given the jury by president b Vee hut he declared hat none of it Quot Furni hed conclusive proof against any member of Tho Etc ago National Cagut earn. The reports dealt primarily with charges that the Philadelphia Chicago game of aug. 81 had been Quot fixed for Philadelphia to win. Subpoenas were is us a tonight for John j Mcgraw manager of the new York National league Barry Mccormick Umpire in the Chicago pm land 1-phia game aug 31 John o. Fey-., Secretary of the local National league club Ray Schalk. Catcher for the Chicago americans and William Birch a former newspaper Man. Charles Stoneham president of he new York National league club. And Joe Vilas a new York newspaper Man will be asked to appear la or Mir plan Erie said the in in Toni Irh were ordered to come before the jury nex tuesday. Brooklyn sept. 22.�?Brooklyn drove another Nail in the National i ague Pennant today by beating Bost a 3 to i. Smith kept the six hits Well scattered a missed third strike saving that braves from a shutout. The dodgers bunched hits for runs in the third and fifth while Konetchy connected with a Home run into the left Field bleachers with two out in the eighth. Score r. H. E. Boston too Ooi oooo i 6 i Brooklyn Ooi 010 olx�?3 to i batteries Fillingim and crowdy Smith and Miller. Licensed boxing is now in existence in new York. Last thursday the state boxing commission and the state licensing committee granted the first permits under the new Law. Chairman Lawrence Mcguire of the licensing committee gave License no. I to worlds heavy weight Champion Jack Dempsey thus presenting him with a souvenir which he will keep for a Long Long time. Mov York wins. New York sept. 2 2.�?new York Defeated Chicago today 7 to 2, in he cubs last game Here this season. Tyler and Bailey were batted hard while Douglas steadied after the second inning. Score r. H. E. Chicago ii too ooo�?2 7 i new York .220 300 oox�?7 13 i batteries Tyler Bailey Martin and of Farrell Douglas and Snyder. The first Man to congratulate Dempsey was wee state senator Walker the father of the Bill which again made the sport Legal. He tried to get both of his hands around one of Dempsey a big fists but absolutely failed. And All the Quot while the newspaper photographers were busily engaged in taking Flash Light pictures of the scene. Champions trimmed. Pittsburg sept. 22.�?Pittsburg won two games from Cincinnati Here today by 2 to 0 and 3 to i. Adams out pitch d Luque in the first game. The first run was scored in the fourth inning on hits by Southworth and Barnhart. The other run was registered in the seventh on tray norms double and singles by Schmidt and Adams. Timely hitting by Barnhart and Tierney recruit players won the second game for the Home team. Scores first games r. H. E. Cincinnati too too ooo�?0 5 2 Pittsburg too too iox�?2 8 0 batteries Luque ring and Wingo Adams and Schmidt. Second games r. H. E. Cincinnati 010 too oooo i 8 0 Pittsburg .200 010 oox�?3 7 i batteries a Reuther. Ring and Wingo Ponder and Haeffner. Stengel gets Homer. Philadelphia. Sept. 22.�?stengel�?Ts Home run Over the right Field Wall with Williams on base in the ninth saved Philadelphia from a shutout at the hands of Lyons St. Louis recruit Pitcher from Sioux City today St. Louis winning 4 to 2. Lyons drove Home his teams first run. Score r. H. E. St. Louis 012 too ioo�?4 12 2 Philadelphia too too 002�?2 9 2 batteries Lyons and Pilhoefer Causey and Tragesser. One of the largest crowds of managers promoters boxers and Fristic fans Ever gathered together in new York was on hand to see the presentation. The most prominent men in the sport in the East were nearly All there. Aside from licensing Jack Dempsey the commission also gave permits to the Madison Square club of new York and to the Queensberry and velodrome clubs of Buffalo and to referees physicians managers timekeepers boxers trainers seconds and judges for these clubs. Along with the licenses chairman Johnson gave a talk and some of his statements Are Worth pondering even out Here in Montana. In part he said Quot legalized boxing failed in new York because of greed. Shortsighted promoters boxers and managers pulled Down their pugilistic Temple. To them we say this present boxing Law has Teeth that Are Long Sharp and Strong to be used in preventing another ruination of boxing by then he mentioned the various ways in which the boxers managers and promoters had swindled the Public in the past. Lie told of faked matches of seats sold at exorbitant prices of seats sold vastly in excess of the actual number available of poor arrangements for handling the crowds of crooked gambling and crooked practices connected with boxing in the past. These things he insisted. Were to be abolished in new York if the commissions could accomplish it. Certainly a terminal on the baseball standings. Recently president Charles a. Stoneham had a his guests 500 officers and seamen from the brazilian dreadnought Minas Gerevas. They saw the giants and the pirates tangle at the Polo grounds. The other spectators much appreciated the band which the brazilians brought along with them. Perhaps Mcgraw has visions of getting Star players from Brazil some of these Days. Out in Seattle football men Are being Given work on the new stadium As one Means of earning their Way through school. The pick and shovel squad is popular for half the Day. The afternoons Are spent in practice. University studies do not begin for Over a week. Rests for Fil series two More a Brooklyn wins will Settle outcome in National. Coach Mitteer at the school of mines wishes he had a stadium on which some of his football men might work. He has several huskies who can not come out for the team because they have to earn their Way through school and can not locate jobs which will give them time for practice in the afternoon. Standing of the clubs new York sept. 22.�?Brooklyn retained its five game Lead in the National league Pennant race by defeating Boston today while new York was taking the final game of the season with the Chicago cubs. Cincinnati was eliminated from the race by losing two games to Pittsburg. The race Between Brooklyn and new York has resolved into this Brooklyn with a Lead of five games Over the giants has six More games to play one with Boston and five with new York. The giants have eight More games to play two with Boston one with Philadelphia and five with Brooklyn. To win the Pennant Brooklyn must win one game from the giants and the final game of the season with Boston on oct. 3, or win two of the five games with the giants. In either Case it would be impossible for Mcgraws men to tie manager Robinsons club. No games were played today in Tho american Loague and the standing continues with Cleveland one and one half games ahead of Chicago and the latter the same distance ahead of Tho new York Yankees. Prospects Bright for local sports Anaconda will be live town this Winter if plans materialize. Frisco june sets National league. Won. Lost. Pct. Brooklyn. 89 59 .601 new York. 83 63 .568 Cincinnati 77 66 .538 Pittsburg ----74 69 .517 Chicago. 71 76 .483 St. Louis. 70 76 .479 Boston. 59 81 .421 Philadelphia. 55 88 .385 american league. Won. Lost. Pct. Cleveland a. 91 52 .636 Chicago. ----91 65 .623 new York 57 .612 St. I.ouis77 .469 Washington ____62 78 .443 Boston. 81 .404 Detroit. 88 a s3 Philadelphia. 48 94 o u of coast league. Vernon 7 Oakland 2. San Francisco 3 los Angeles 2. Sacramento a Seattle 0. Called end seventh rain Salt Lake Portland postponed wet grounds. American association. By. Paul 3 Toledo 2. Milwaukee 9 Columbus 5. Kansan City i Louisville 3. Minneapolis Indianapolis no game today double header saturday. In conclusion he said a May i say then that we can serve the race that will live in America of we enter this new Era of boxing meaning to keep it Fine and clean and to make it a training for wholesomeness and valor. We Are striving to uphold a Good and useful sports one that lately stood the nation in Good Stead in France. Now in time of peace let us encourage our youth in these physical exercises and competitions which help develop him for the Hest service to his country and to new York beaten by Indianapolis Indianapolis. Sept. 22.�?the Indianapolis team of the american association Defeated the new York club of the american league in an exhibition contest Here today. 7 to 6. The locals won by hitting a a Ripe Collins hard in the ninth inning scoring three men after two we Ere out. Fifteen thousand persons turned out to see babe Ruth perform. The Home run Monarch played first base but failed to add to his collection. However he landed for a double and two singles in three trips to the plate. Sugar prices. New York. Sept. 22.�? raw sugar steady centrifugal. 10.78c. Refined steady line granulated 14.50c. Should plans being fostered by the Washoe athletic association materialize Anaconda will not Lack for entertainment and sport this fall and Winter. Every one approached on the matter appears to be heartily in favor of the idea and assures the promoters of his co operation and support. Included among the boosters Are a. G. M. Officials Labouring and business men and members of the clergy. Football will be the first game to receive attention and this will be followed by Basket Ball ice hockey and other Winter sports. Boxing and wrestling will not be overlooked and several Good matches will appear on the program. The football team will be in charge of j. C. Benbow former Captain of the Colorado school of mines team. Benbow was the unanimous Choice of the pigskin authorities As Rocky Mountain All Star tackle during his last year in school. He knows the game from a to z and being an enthusiast should be Able to develop an aggregation from the material on hand that will prove a real Factor in this part of the country. He has issued a Call to All candidates to report on the common this evening at 5 80 of clock at which time preliminary practice will be started. Candidates who have signified their intention of trying to make a place on the team include several former College stars. Included in the list Are Davidson Wanamaker Wilson Ray Stark Woodlief de Celles Allison Flint Knudson Devlin Scott Klein Holtz Wright Kelfer Palmer Mueller Mccauley Emanuel Mccrea Winters Benbow Hyde Shanfield Weiser of Rourke Spelman Thompson Sullivan Roux Saltz Swayze Clifford Brundage Stejskal Landt Curley Huntington Symcox Emmons Brown Fitzpatrick r. Domit Rovitch Walsh Riley of Donnell Smith flood and or. W. L. Beal. A Public meeting will be held this evening at 8 of clock in the Council chamber at the City Hall at which matters pertaining to the proposed program will be discussed. All persons interested in athletics Are urged to be present. Three year Olds pacer Steps third race of horse review futurity in fast time. Columbus Ohio sept. 22.�?a new worlds record for three year old pacers was established at the grand circuit meeting today. Frisco june w. W. Flemmings Bay Colt stepped the third heat of the horse review futurity in 2 034, after having dropped the first heat to Tram Safe which prior to today had held jointly with general Todd the three year old Colt pacing record. Tramp Safe lost in the stretch in the last two heats. After finishing fifth and seventh in the first two heats Margaret Dillon won the Hartman hotel stake for 2 11 class pacers. After bad Breaks in the first two heats c. A. Valentine was substituted for Jack Monroe As Driver. Esther a a Murphy entry won the third and last heat of the 2 07 class pacing. She had already taken yesterdays two heats. The 2 15 trot was won in straight heats by Patrick Todd. Harvester outclassed the Field in the first division of the 2 13 Pace winning in straight heats. Loyal w had an easy time in the second division winning in a similar manner. Sure Relief Bell ans water Relief ill ans for indigestion Anaconda plays Deer Lodge on Washoe Park Gridiron. With heavy practice Over for the time coach Huntington a High school Ruskin warriors will spend the rest of the week tapering off for their game with Deer la do. Here saturday afternoon the outcome of this contest i. awaited with interest by la will give them some can be expected of the Huntington s style of i considerably from any Here in or ars and is sex prove a Puzzle to opposing the fans idea of play Cliff thing Elt pee ted to teams. To he san Illman that in. Is d the world owes a debt of gratitude to the author 4 a now famous marmots prescription. Inc is still More mete bled for the reduction of this be obesity remedy to Tablet form. They Ere Secco ventral to take and As plea ant As Candy out after each meal and at l tit Wui Cuk Kly reduce your weight two three or tour pounds a week and Laie no eve effects such As Joe flab Akin and unsightly wrinkles just go on eating we. You like leave exercise t the athletes take your Little Tablet Ltd netted and to r wiil lie your natural self cloaked in flesh and trim Muscles Marin is presumption tablets May a lie Ooi air debt All drug store or by writing Dart to the mat us a co. I Garfield b win re i h i hand their reasonable i a liar Fui is a Usi for do tii it Matly mag turf Gam Oil in an her -en1 us later Lodge eleven will have lineup tis last season with Star player in the Backlu or Lodge team is an sex heavy one for Scholastic d saturday s game should be tested affair. Ach Huntington declines to prophecy regarding the fun optimistic about the initial drive has not picked the Hovin work but will have squad of 25 candidates in and on the Field and will not hts selections until the last i in the squad Are Gene there Are Many in Montana who Are anxious to see legalized boxing in this state. We believe that it is a desirable sport if it is kept clean and wholesome free from the faking and crookedness of the past which put it in such bad repute that it became an outlaw. The new York Experiment will be watched with great interest because it will probably be the basis for a proposed Law in Montana. A Success in the Empire state probably Means its adoption Here As Well As in other states. It has been 20 years since new York has seen a bout which went i to a decision. The first boxing show under the new Law saw Johnny Dundee and Joe Welling go 15 rounds with a decision at the end of them. The last decision was under the old i Horton Law in 1900 when Jim Cor Bett knocked out kid Mccoy in five rounds. The various race tracks in the East i Are complaining that owners and trainers Are not doing their share to keep up the game. Fields in some eases have been very Small and very poorly balanced. This has reduced Competition to an almost negligible Factor and has left patrons dissatisfied with the cards which Are being offered. The patrons want to see i genuine races and not Mere processions. It u viol a i too fat pm try to Imam birt.-4m by of Oriyn Iii of Irisia of disc Wrt Gfa arid Wai Milim amp Iao my Publ. a my re in til kure in i men it a Barlow i a / Al pm Lur git rat you a n \ a. A id a Bim a Bei Obed Grida its by Laking Twain led Loki Wuy envy preset on of Koref i a a Tete a f4u<�?�� from la ii my feature to Graceful now Abe is a aide at re men. Tali ii. Better bewitch Why Mot Yaw Kebab a a tidal be Liq real meal become slender and stay so Many ouija Aarn it it they have to la to , no a arcs Taring Quot a a. Oct. Nov nov nov. 11 in a a Gnose Kar ref tit Sylvester Fulmor go re a it Mech a of by of Brien. Fth in Emmons Mcdonald Ida Suguru Conroy a do Fitzpa a Rick Sullivan. Conic and Mccarthy. Follow cd or f a first team a Sec Viii be organized to play on s the fir team is Idle. Win la Anacondas playing it the season Deer Lodge in Anaconda Anaconda at builder. Ovo run in Anaconda Anaconda at Dillon Butte High in Anaconda. Anaconda and Butte Cen the real difficulty seems to be twofold. Many of the stables have been through a Long hard racing season and do not want to completely use up their animals by running them too often. There Are also too Many big meetings All at once. Owners an1 asked to Send horses to Belmont and Aqueduct to Maryland and Kentucky and Canada All at the same time. As a result the stables Are spilt up very much. A Helena in Anaconda. Anae Ida at Missoula. Anaconda at Deer Jodge. New postmaster Fok Logan. Washington bit. 22.�?mrs. I Lorn Bryant was appointed Post a ? Logan mont., to succeed a l. Beaver resigned. Bottom turn Der Ane pm in m Bai pet Aram in of Hoe endorsed pm a Ftp Hana la bion of ten in Oneal Hoo Yam anti Eye or Umid y refund buy Komi f i hot r t i. A1 4u0 v a a Tongue urn a pvt i if Cmunt Ile i Well and feeling Fine this leaves me Well and feeling Fine and enjoying myself without pain and feeling had like i used to a writes James Carman Mayfield by. A my ack Usi d to Bur. Me and i could not straighten up. Since i took Foley kidney pills i have not had that trouble Good for lame Back sore Muscles stiff joints rheumatic pains d other symptoms of kidney and bladder trouble Fco old everywhere. This year owners also have taken i Many exceptions to the handicaps imposed. They seem to be looking i for Profy Money and unless their i animal is favored by the handicapper i Thev refuse to Start at All. The race Means nothing to them unless they have a cinch on winning. It will not take much of that to drive away patronage and to nip in the Bud the chances of racing to continue its comeback Young Cornelius Vanderbilt iit., who will be remembered As the son of general Vanderbilt at one time in command of Camp Lewis is now a sports reporter on a Seattle paper. Recently he got in wrong in Portland by referring to the Rose City As a the Philadelphia of the when we look at Philadelphia a portion in each big league we can understand Why Portland became i or at the intended compliment. Philadelphia May be a Way station i on the Pennsylvania Railroad but its Ramson Paik to bum r i h t custom service without the annoyance of a try on re Ady to put on tailored at fashion Park always priced to warrant value Quality Corner it is not exceptional for a Man to exert his right to Itear the style of coat he pre pers but ipe suggest that the Staherek be Given consideration. Possibly you want to appear More erect and substantial. Unquestionably there is satisfaction to be gained through the Confidence that you Are erect and Correct. Quality Corner main at Granite

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