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CAMBRIDGE-OXFORD FAIL TO
BRING STAR MEN FOR MEET
WITH IIARVARD-YALE JULY Z
Americans Expect to Have Easy
Time Defeating British Lads;
Harmony on Yank Side Need
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., July 21. (T.
N. S.) The Cambridge Oxford track
toam, which arrived In thlH country
recently for the purpose of meeting
Harvard and Yale July 23, likewise.
Princeton and Cornell, did not bring
lt full strength, and therefore la tin.
Jlkely to defeat the first Amerlcian
combination. Mountain, the Wltlsh
champion over the half mile: Butler,
the (rreat sprinter, and .Montague, the
crack distance star, are among the
Mountufn in a keen runner and
should have scored first pluce In the
880-yard event. Captain Kasll Kudd,
while admittedly a rnveet performer, Is
lBie OUjeClS lO UOiiifi roti,,!,.,-
Ing.thal either Khcdden or Hulman, of ! '
their staff, should share the h0111"" j Hr.nton
Wlin KTOgnCSS, ine greill llillvmu mnr,
.Vaiioiial league MhihI.imjh.
Trowbridge, of Oxford, out of the
meet. Harvard noma mat tne rust
Ht. Louis .
and second place man In thin trial heal j',hlttrtppntt
be chosen for the big gameH Irrespei
tlve of their college. Thin should cause,
a merry row If each aggregation sticks
to Its belief.
Klcven In Vale Kqiiud
Kleven men. Including Captain
Truman finrdincr, whose event l not
on the international programme, are
In the Yale squad P. It. CrjickHhank,
hammer thrower: K. W. Siemens, M.
K. Douglas. K. V. Vandorpylo- and F.
W. llllllH, distance runners; Anton ,
Hylnian and Hubert Hhcdden, hurdl-j
eis; S. If. Fetdmnn, dash man, and O. ,
W. Chapman and Tench t.'oxe. quarter j
nillers. . . .
Caritain Dennis F. O'fnnnell will noi
be hnndlcapped by a Blight Pack in
American League Standings.
New York . .
Cleveland . .
.fii !i j
not expected to run both tho nunrtcr ; Jury which he received a few days ago,
and half mile and win them. If Tom-j Coach William llinsham believes. On
mlo Campbell 1h right Hudd U not
very likely to win tho shorter event,
despite the Olympic games showing
where he won the 400 meters. The
Yale man collapsed In that race Just as
ho did In the Intercollegiate this year.
Butler la the English college's pre
mier 440 man, a member of the Cam
bridge track team, and always a clone
rival or CaptalnTtudd, of Oxford. Last
year they ran a dead heat In the dual
meet between the two colleges, but
this year Butler put over a win on the
nciri muni miitnii. imin in um.i ,t
fine 100-yard man.
Montague's tbest distance Is three
miles, but he was listed for the two-
mile race here. He is easily the bent I a,pr'
runner at his distance overseas.
Porfett Harmony Xetwary
Tho Harvard and Yale team may
Iron out their troubles now that the
Britons are here. The same antipathy
that Yale holds for Harvard when they
meet In the regular season seems un
ih shoulders of the Iwo-tlmes Mar
vard leader and Tom Campbell, of
Yale, in the half trille and the mile,
lies much of the responsibility if the
Englishmen are to be sent home de
feated. O'Connell, although defeated
In the Inter-collegiates, ran the best
mile of his career In finishing a shade
over 4 minutes 21 seconds.
r.Titos ntovr; hoxfkt.
HOHN'EU-, X. Y., July 21. Ninety
nine out of every hundred In the Cnit
ed States and everyody In Hornell is
honest, according to Charles 8. Pmith,
1 manager of a local moving picture the-
St. Lou is 41
Chicago 3!) 4 9
Philadelphia 33 54
American AsKcsHutlon HcsiHt.
MineajmliK 5, Columbus 3.
Milwaukee 3, Indianapolis 5. ,
St. Paul II, Toledo 7.
Kansas City. I 9, Louisville 10.
Western League HcsiiIIm.
Wichita 4, St. Joseph 0.
Joplln 9, Omaha 3.
Oklahoma City 6, Oes Moines 5.
Tulsa 14. Sioux City I.
Pacific Coast League Siandiuss.
W. L. Pet
San Francisco 68
Ixs Angeles 56
Vernon 5 4
Salt Lake 35
Port land 24 7
At Snn Francisco 5, Portland
At Los Angeles 6, Seattle 5.
At Sacramento 6, Vernon 2.
At Salt Lake 7. Oakland 17.
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16 Best Crepe Toilet Paper
Olympic Pancake Flour, large package, each. . due
Wessons Oil 35c, 6oc and $U0
A new policy has heen Inaugurated
at the theatre Smith manaaes. There
are. nd ticket sellers or takers in the;
lohhy. All persons are admitted free. '
Alter visiting the show they walk to
the door where a box with a slot In It .
has heen Installed. If they liked the j
nhnt.d vn nn. rfmmli. th fact thev I performance they drop thirty cents In
are to be team males against Cam-hhebox. There Is no attendant to stop j
hrldee and Oxford. Perfect harmony j the patrons If they don t care to drop ,
Is nooessarv if the meet is to be won. the money In the box. There is a girl ,
Despite Harvard's invitation tho Yale stationed in a little booth Just inside,
men have come to the Stadium for the lobby to provide change for tnoj
very few workouts with their Harvard I patrons who want the correct amount.
stablematts. The Klls have chosen to ! -Manager Smith says that practically 1
make the trip from their bench qunr- I nil the theatre patrons pay. The only ,
ters when the Harvard team was apt (ones who don'l drop their money in- ,
to be engaged elsewhere. to the box. according to Smith, are the
The trial race to determine the pair! ones dissatisfied with the show.
that will competn rfgalnst tho-Hritish r
hurdlers will be held shortly. It is not Farmers" wives
determined whether Whitney, of Hsr- worms,
vard, will be allowed to take part. In this ran in try keep poultry.
UK KLIN". July 21. ( P.y Frank K.
Mason, I. N. S. Staff Correspondent.)
Germany is advertising herself as a
nation wilh a "yellow strejik," is the
hitler complaint of K. (i. (jot in the j
Hamburger Fremdenhlatt. "lo you
know the Rnglish expression 'yellow
streak."" demands llerr (iot. "You
can rrndlly find It In the lOnglisli
Germun ilictionary. It means a cow
ard at heart.
"The German national assembly do-
In Japan rear silk creed that upon the demand of any
tust ns women on our farms ! u. ,
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CLEAN AND UNIFORM
f B. L. BURROUGHS He Has It!
must hoist a flag wilh a broad yellow
streak through fhe middle. He must
. not only show the yellow streak to
was a passenger December T. I1)1!" 'e
suffered a severe cold, which later da-
eloped Into bronchitis.
An alleged opening at the side of bJs !
beilli is the defecl claimed.
QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
Warm Weather Needs
Drive dull care to the showers-" lock up the old
stove and eat Nature's own warm weather foods.
Watermelon, Canteloupes, Cherries, Blackberries,
Loganberries, Peaches or Pears will put
You wouldn't wear an overcoat now would you?
Then do not burn up your system every day with hot
' PhOTVe 455 ' At the WRn of Service
MIf It's on the Market We Have It"
every foreign warship, but raise It be-.
fore every foreign fortification when ;
he comes Into the harbor."
The national assembly changed the
Imperial black-white-red flag to the
republican black-gold-red banner.
The change In the national colors has
been the subject of bitter comment by
the royalists, who explain: "Gold is
for the past, red for the present and
black for the future." llerr Got sees
In the gold stripe a yellow streak.
"Our flag will be 'the flag with the
vellow streak' to everyone who under
stands the Knglish language, which
means most of the murine world. I:
will be considered the symbol of a
people who are cowards at heart. The
stripe stares the world in the eye, the
stripe which from every flagstaff pro
j claims that Germany is a democratic
land Incidentally a coward folk. How
llouff will It he until this coward peo
ple tear the yellow stripe from their struek, Mr. Humphreys observes, are
flag and from their hearts.' , m)t 11S u,.,,. as u,M. taken by dally
riders oti si reel cars. There are more
than one hundred accidents on street '
cars durn; a year, but the tnlal num
her of r'des per year by the country's
population reduces the percentage, of i
."There is actual danger in thunder
storms," declares Humphreys,
"enough to warrant the individual
taking ordinary precautions. Rut
there is no justification for the fear
experienced by the average person
when the flash and noise (.f the storms
He advises pecking shelter, prefera
bly in a steel-frame building. if in
the open, keep away from barbed-wire
fences Isolated trees and hilltops.
11 V M. tn fi t M. Pally.
The first known moving picture ir t SKXDW - l'ronrietor
camera was made In 1X90.
DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE ,
Chronic and Nervous Diseases and
Diaeaeep of Women. X-Ray ElectrtS
WASHINGTON, July 21. (I. N. S.)
When the lightning flashes and the
thunder booms your chance of being
struck Is Just one in" a million.
That is the expert opinion express
ed by W. J. Humphreys of the Seismo
logical ileraitm. tit of the weatner
bureau. Figure it out one hundred
million people in the counti y "and. an
annual lightning death roll of not
more than 100. 1 iocs it make any
difference whether you live in one part
of the country or another? Get this:
On the I'acific coast records show
that the annual thunderstorm sched
ule provides for rarely more than two
or three performances. In the south.
rioi ida especially, thunder storms are
much more frequent, but less danger
ous, because f the fact that the clouds
usually travel higher in that section.
The chances one runs of being
SAYS r. s.
is vxni:u oiu.iga-tions.
WASHINGTON", July 21. (f. P.
I Secretary Melon told the senate fi-
nance committee that- the. 1'iiitrtd
i States government considers itself
j "under obligations" to the foreign na
Uions to defer interest payments of
! their debt.
The Universal Car
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We are authoriwM Ford dealers, (rusted hy the lord lotor
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we offer. We are getting a few Pord cms and the first come,
first to receive delivery. ., im llM
Have you thought about that Sedan or Coupe for this fall and
winter? They nre mlghly comfortable a ifd coz.y when the wind
blows and the rain Is falling. Gome In and look them over nnd
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enough to go around. This will be the closed car year.
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"Utile Pals" will kcrp vnur children's
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i:ri"F.I.O. July 21. tl". P.) Due
t,i the number of increasing bank rob
beries thrnnubout the lTnl'cd stM'.;.
liuffalo banking institutions have in
stalled many safely devices to insure
Sharpshooters armed with automat
ic rifles, barricaded in an armor plate
cage above the corrhh-r of the federal
reserve bank, are on guard to frustrate
possible attacks by armed hand. is.
The "pill box" contains seven loop
holes and looks like a world war iVni
fication. Any point in the bank is a
target for the man In the cage.
Additional night guards have been
placed in banks anil they are now arm
ed with s.ived-off shol guns.
l'esides visible means of warding off
attacks the banks have Installed secret
appl ances lliat would bring police in
stantly to tbe bank where an altacK
was made and other appliances that
would trap tbe robbers.
si i s pi i i.m .x to. nut ooi.n. .
WOItCKSTKI!. Mass., July 21. Tho
Pullman Company of Itoston is defend
ant in an unusual tMiao suit, filed in
the superior court by Nathan .lasen, of
Worcester, who claims that because of
x defect in a Pullman car In which he
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