|Paper||Provo Daily Herald|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Provo Daily Herald|
THE HERALD. THURSDAY. MAY 25, 1922. THE DAILY HERALD EVERY Enured ut Published by The Herald Company. AFTERNOON WEEK-DA- EXCEKT SATURDAY. tcDd class mail titter June tbe Act of March 3, W.i. ;THE DAILY HERALD'S SPORT PAGE w cj ft::i na JODES DEST QET loses Man 53S i mm rcovo defeats eral runs were errors. The score: at tbe postoffice, j o made oa their (Continued from Page OaeJ SPRINGVILLE. I Continued from Page One ) i (Cootiosed from Page One.) Provo, l Ub undr AB. R. H. O. A. J J 1 0 the league, was in bis usual forsa wca, rsshed Wilson in for Jackson Term of Subscription: Dellered by carrier, 30 cent a month; by two were on the bags wbea Muie Taylor, ss 1 7 5 la and allowed tfce heavy stick artistt and stemmed the tide. 13 56 I a CampbE, ouuide the county, mfl hi tah coantr. t a year 'Eebatz came to tbe plate. Usually I The final score was 5 in favor 14 1 4 c avis, of the Cave city only seven bits. of Lehi. but it was an awful scare 1 1 Uxie does the rkht thlcg at the Memory. 2b 4 The box score: Heber threw into the ranks of tbe 4 right time, but yesterday he Fleiger, cf MIDVALE. uihi gang. 5 If 'asked the umpire many were Frediikson, INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS. Jackson twirled a nice gsme for 5 AB.R.H.O.A. .. rf Packard, Lehi until the ninth, when Heb-- r 5 One of our readers asks: (out. The ump made a wild guess MrKee. 3b 0 8 0 5 rf Bateman, and allowed as bow only one man Dunn, p 4 staged that batting rally. "la The Daily Herald Democratic or what?" 5 Sieedman, 3b A At m ood poled the ball over tbe As usual ump the out per Some months ago the political policy of this newspaper for a borne run. Fraughten, fence 42 13 17 27 J Rasmassen. cf Totals Side Maxie bunted. was made clear; least we thought it was clear to all our was wrong. If . and Anderson lined out Sweat Stauffer, PORK. SPANISH C. M unlock suited the is out. Next time Maxie i!l ask the AB. R. H. O. A. Schmitt. 2b . readers. The Daily Herald is independent in politics. never but ss or the for scorer, 1 batboy, retiring after the Heber, 0 Wallbeck, game n, but not, always neutral The best man for Hayes, cf Nelson went on will be ask an umpire any'L. Olson, lb . Atwood homer. 0 0 Anderson, rf .. the job is entitled to this newspaper's support, regardless of again Howard, e . . the mound for Heber and held Lehi 0 0 thing about a baseball game. C. Bowen. c . . . Bet k stead, p run less for the balance of the Page pulled Selman, rapidly tir- L. Thomas, 2b party politics, the color of his hair, or the size of his shoe. The Daily Herald occupies a field in Utah county which ing, for a base on balls. Cooper Rowe. ss 39 3 10 27 8 Also it was T. Bowen. lb . Twitchell umpired. Totals does not permit it to serve as a party organ, as other news- bunted anda was safe. down the third Edwards. If AMERICAN FORK. as pretty bunt The box score and summary: A. papers have been, and are, used. The Daily Herald proposes base line as you've seen. Hillman L. Bowen. 3b H. O. AB. B, HEBER. 1 1 3 to print all the news of its circulation territory, and this will banged the ball and was safe at Miller, p 3 1 1 2 1 AB.R.H.O.A. e o Holmstead 2b 4 0 0 3 0 o 1 Birfc, lb include political news. This means that The Daily Herald first Up come Sutherland, the R. Thomas, p P. Murdock, ss 1 4 0 0 4 0 Snow. 3b GUes, cf will print Republican news as well as Democratic news, and lad who bad delivered tbe 3 1 2 2 3 4 0 in the preceding inning. 2b Nelson, 29 0 2 23x 9 Durrani, cf Total dealt will be the that breaks into field, if a third party party 0 4 0 1 1 1 Fraughten, lb lived up to his slugging 4 1 1 inter- MUlar. p first for out in xCampbell 1 1 6 1 with as fairly as either of the older parties. 4 0 10 6 Stanley, c reputation. He pasted the sphere ference. Barrett, e 4 1 1 0 C There is, as you know, a difference between a newspaper over la tbe direction of ML Tizap. Score by innings: Larsen, If Sweat, rf 1 1 0 0 I 1 1 3 to 4 In cleared bases. tbe and rf trying C. neutral a Homer, and Murdock, p newspaper. is that 511 022 20x 13 politically independent SpringviHe 0 1 1 3 Bonner, 3b Sutherland a homer 4 0 0 0 3 to It stretch ss Binch. 0 000 000 000 There may be times when it is for the best interest of this overlooked second base, and was Spanish Pork 4 0 0 0 0 B. Bonner. If Errors C. Bowen. The Daily Herald take a decided called ouL But that didn't matter. Summary: 1 0 1 0 0 37 1 7 27 8 xMontgomery city and county Totals Tay-I6L. D. Bowen 3. Rowe Bowen, t, editorial stand for, or against, this man or that, for or Sutherland won the game. Two-bas- e Score innings: 2, by hits Taylor course be had help in winning 35 5 6 24 8 Totals 100 000 0102 Three-basAmerican Fork against this governmental policy or that, but this stand will theOf game, hits Davis. with Floyd Simmons x Bat ted for C. Murdock in ninth. 000 110 either 8 of 0103 leaders Midvale with consultation party making as forget Jumper Jones' albe taken without Struck out By Miller, LEHL Errors Wallback, in Summary : innings; by Dunn, 13. First and without regard to party labels. AB. R. H. O. A. leged pitching, and with Hillman, on balls 1. Two-bashits Binch 2. Snow Thomas off 2, Miller Off to as report Raile and Dodge batting 4 0 2 Z 4 they The Daily Herald will make the same effort 2b 2. CoUedge, Rasmnssen. Stauffer 1, off Dunn' - Double plays L. Larsen, 4 0 0 2 0 put up a clas.y fielding Bowen it makes in reporting other kinds of news, did. Pageshort. 9, by Beck-stea- Barnes, rf Struck' Millar out D. political news By to L. Thomas to Bowen; 4 1 0 Z 0 at Page and Suther- L. on balls Off Millar ! Atwood cf 5. Ba-.e-s D. Eawen. Rowe and will try to give these facts without coloring, without game to to Thomas 1 4 land make an Ideal keystone for the Double play-S- now Webb. 3b daily infield, for which you can hand Stolen bases Haye, Taylor 2, 1. off Beckstead 2.Eeansed 3 2 1 15 0 prejudice, and without favor. As there is but one newsrican Thrasher, lb Birk. Dunn. to 2 thanks to Manager Dell Webb. Campbell, Memory, Fleiger, 3 Atwood. c newspaper in this city and county it behooves this Fork 2, Midvale 2. lA. Umpire a nice game in the Saerif ice hit Dunn. I 4 1 1 2 0 factions. all with played and all If Cooper with deal Anderson. to parties fairly Peterson. paper Mitchell. , 1911, r: iiinitiB 8-- OVER 2200 CIRCULATION. ... .... .... ... .... .... tw at 110 It J. CoUedge, ss. Jackson; p Wilson, p s. non-partisa- 40180 ... two-bagg- Frfk that r. Mc-Ke- e. 0 ii . ... Fred-rikso- e I: i ! e 1- that d 110 113 runs-Ame- It is seven years bad luck for breaking a mirror and often more than that for breaking a law. None of the men who would make are married. perfect Some of these politicians throwdoesn't of school ing their hats Into the ring don't The experience hold any graduation exercises. care what happens to their hats. When a flapper blushes you have In Boston, a neighbor's rent was to take her word for it The man who goes straight up cut because the lanlord's baby cried never gets yery high. at night. Atta baby! say- s- TOM SIM .' ! EVERETT TRUE . IVHtOS A : ACO nH : COITM ' AV.TCCrTN( 1 MAS 1 SAtO GOlKid TO :LuoA ' AB.R.H.O.A. Schatz, 3b Page, ss Cooper, cf Hillman, lb Sutherland, 2b Raile. c Kinney, If Dodge, rf Simmons, p GCiNS TO X THAT'S k 1 SAID . r fL-I 'i;:'! UjAS X HAT Totals Ki;!(l'f,i' i :i ijl- - Fl Tiuc, it 3 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 3 1 2 2 9 4 1 1 1 4 3 3 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 2 9 2 0 1 6 1 0 0 8 f 6 1 pom g: t- -l I " r?'''' ' mm hi f t In r I 4 4 jth" n s V. !i 4 MOST MILES 4 4 The tire section above at the left shows the condition of a Firestone 33x4 Cord Tire after 20,994 miles on a Yellow Cab in Chicago. MERRY-GO-ROUN- !I ' II : Prices I; PIm To 5c 10c. tread-scientif- against skid, massive THE II Hi Reprinted from Tbe Weekly Herald. lm in good conditios." i said, "but the hospital me. I'm not as eood be in a month. That's !,.! Jones to guarantee me i match if 1 lose tonight" jI Jonea signed the .greemJ it stipulates that KalUoj weigh in at the ringside fr' return match, If Jones wist Kallio came down from at noon today. He was ringside when Dem threvd out of the ring at the Salt theater last night. Logaj J on tbe back of his bead, consciousness, which he h? regained this noon when I 0 32 8 7 27 10 Totals Summary: Errors C. Murdock, Webb, J. College, T. College, Base hits Off Jackson, off Murdock 7. Home run A Atwood. Two-bas- e hits Fraughten, Sweat, Anderson. Sacrifice flies Nelson, A. Atwood. Stolen base T. CoUedge. Struck out By Jackson 8, by Murdock 4 by Nelson 2. Bases on balls Off Murdock 1, off Stanley 1. Double plays A Atwood to Thrasher. Left left "Dern was coming down h' on bases Heber 4, Lehi 4. First base on error 'Lehi 3, Heber 2. "but changed his mind this Time of game 1:30. Umpire ing when doctors s&u it wu TwitchelL .y able that Logas would die. i erauon was to be pertoiW PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE. Logaa this afternoon. It Won. Lost, Pet through that he may lire; i 27 .614 may die during the operetta; 17 Vernon Should Logas die it li p? 28 .560 Los Angeles 22 25 24 .510 that Dern may be charged) San Francisco I 25 .490 manslaughter, it is sail 26 Oakland 23 24 .489 Seattle 22 20 .476 Salt Lake ..-WINS SI GEQESBECK 19 .442 24 Portland 20 .417 28 Sacramento In the last scheduled col Yesterday's Games. At Portland Salt Lake 1, Port- tennis match played Here land 7. day afternoon tbe rnivei At Seattle Sacramento 3, Seat- Utah defeated toe Brlghan. tle 0. university. The L. of U. w At Los Angeles San Francisco events in the doubles and of three of the singles. 6, Los Angeles 7, Bob Officer, captain of At Oakland Vernon 4, Oakland 8. ners, was the best performer day. He won his single matt! NATIONAL LEAGUE. ease, defeating .Man son oi Won. Lost' Pet. and two straight sets. New York l 12 .636 ale of the U. defeated Gardn 12 19 .613 Groesbeck of 2 Pittsburgh and and 19 16 .543 U. defeated Whitney, St Louis 16 16 .500 Chicago In the doubles CalMe' 18 Cincinnati .486 19 Whitney of the universit; w 15 18 .455 Groesbeck and Holt of tie a. Brooklyn 6-- 12 19 .387 6-- 6-- 5-- At 4-- the time Officer and Leynd of won from Manson and Jactt three straight M sets, The win puts the mmri rtflh into a tie with tie a tural college for first pM and one loss, if throe ments are now being made i off this tie. a ESSEX is kiaiJ:"r;."g5r!Ha IN ORDER TO HELP DISPOSE OF OUR SI PLUS STOCK OF FORD PARTS WE OFFER H THE FOLLOWING CONCESSIONS OF LABOR DISCOUNTS: Engine and Transmission Overhauled Front End System Overhauled. why Firestone Cords unfailingly deliver extraordinary mileage. It explains the unanimous de mand ot tnougntful tire buyers for these OLDFIZLD'W' values. The local 30 x 3V2 FABRIC Firestone dealer will continue to provide the personal service that makes Firestone 30 x 3 ize7.99 tire comfort and econhrm Prix Pin rx omy complete. . ESteart K Also special prices on other work. will be discounted per cent off Ford list. No parts used except those 3 have the best equipped solutely necessary. in the state for Ford work. (Everything necessary repairing this car.) We are the best informed this work and will give you the most for your m We offer you also: Fordson Tractor, $50.00 list. Also implements for this tractor at 10 per discount. Why pay more ? that are needed All parts F $C99 Urn $20 Read End Overhauled This is the rw-t-t . - , It Schofield Auto Ci: ; ByW DOINGS OF THE DUFFS VOU SPARE. A cup op coffee 9 J3- - nn t T would ou pike The SPRING OVEECOAT ON TAtI Bum ? the v erv same. PATTERN AS THE ONE . . BOUGHT -- i E5Tc R vPi .. 3 . I ) R rHue i OH HELEN. WHERE IS THAT SPRING OVERCOAT HAD SENT OUT "YESTERDAY? I'M GOING TO TAKE IT BACK ! SAW ONE JUST LIKE IT ON A PANHANDLER TODAV- - i, i- 0 .. T owb and heavy in the center where the wear comes, tapered at the edges to make steering easy and to protect the carcass against destructive hinging action of high tread edges. The carcass is air bag expanded to insure uniform tension and paralleling of every individual cord. It is double "gum dipped" to make sure that each, cord is thoroughly insulated with rubber. Schofield Auto Company, Provo, Utah Pleasant Grove, Utah. Williamson Bros. & Christianson, W. E. Dunn, Springville, Utah. H. Larson & Son, Vineyard, Utah. TH1KI DIME TO HELP A GUY TO GET WATCH ically angled . A m " AND COULD in::::::::::::':: sTT T Mwi tiWft llwS Merry-Go-Roun- d, Ferns Wheel, Three hundred copies of The Weekly Herald are printed today, the subscription list now being over 220, wiih 20 additional copies going1 to advertising agencies, and other newspapers. The remainder of today's press run will be used as sample copies and may be obtained by application at The Herald office, 30 East First North, Trovo, Utah. " Mr D Look at the 30 x 3 size 18.95 will be in operation every afternoon and evening. Just north of the armor'. Tuesday. (: COMPANY FERRIS WHEEL j! WASHINGTON, D. C. May 23. The Weekly Herald, a recently established newspaper at Provo, Utah, has been granted second class mailing privileges, which entitles that newspaper to mail newspapers as second class matter. The Weekly Herald is the' rural edition of The Daily Herald, and is published every xi BRIDCE ELDREDS Granted Postal Privilege ill IS The section at the right was cut from a new Cord of the same size. Careful measurements show that only 13 of the , tread of the tire on the Yellow Cab has been worn away after this long, gruelling test The carcass is intact after more . than 11,000,000 revolutions. $105 u; II! i 2 M.t.k l ship tonight A .if TlielVeeldyHerald 1 0 0 That Kallio isn't at an . winning tonight was indie, nu aemana mat Jones agreement to give him 1 Firestone Cords have averaged over 10,000 miles on Chicago Yellow Cabs (UOO cabs all Fire stone equipped). In FIRESTONE thousands of inFABRIC stances, they have 30x32 given from 16,000 to 30,000 miles. riOftEU 1 1 No other games scheduled. per DOLLAR 3 the runs made by Springville should not all be charged aga'nst the twirlers. They were given exceptionally poor support and sev- I i. 0 3. (Continued from Page One.) "',l.!,, 0 0 0 11 .367 19 Philadelphia Yesterday's Games. At Pittsburgh Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgh 11. At Cincinnati New York 2, Cincinnati 1. (Ten ibnmgs.) At St. Louis Boston 9, St. Louis SPR1NGVILUWINNER ' 3 0 Boston 1 5 10 27 12 4 4 c 3 discussed the rei" without, however, being '" rive at any decision The referee will be choJ I tbe ringside. Spade Leavitt and Kid pj meet in a three-rounraiser. Young Mar.gunj Carter battle in a fouroZt and tuen the two best w.ulJ wrestlers in the country mat. . for a finish rh.- -. usuiiiiki 6-- 0 2 9 7 24 2 Totals Score by inning.: 100 000 1002 Pavson 00,J ot,0 23x 3 Provo Errors Sutherland, Summary: Kinney, Dodge. McBeth. Steele, Weegland. GOING TO T?lQ TILL tou 50T CMOuSH OF Tuese NASTY loORKS TO CO FtSHlwCJ VuVT .'.'. pa 0 3 4 4 4 33, Kitchen, rf Hickman, If Steele, ss Weegland, 2b Wognall, cf Douglass, 3b Selman, p ii 4 PAYSON'. AB. R. H. O. A. Belknap, lb McBeth, MM1 e PROVO. I "D'ON'T SrtY SPAtXS SAID oyj kKIR5 COWG TO MAK6 ICAKDCEM. IT T5 Vl LOPS NOtAJ THAT YOU UASR5 YOU two-bas- : - By CONDO : HOCD ON, WIFCY : Umpire outfield and Captain Raile did his best catching work seen this summer. Simmons fanned six, and Selman whiffed half a dozen. Provo got 10 bits, three for extra bases, off Selman, while PayBon scratched seven safe ones off Simmons with but one extra base. Simmons passed one and Selman sent two to first on balls. Payson made two fast double plays, both of w hich stopped batting rallies for the Timps. Raile had one passed bail. Selman was hit by a ball. Wignall was the batting star for Payson, hitting safely twice out of four attempts. Hickman made the spectacular fielding play of the afternoon, shutting off a hit by Kinney. Ferguson and Ballard umpired. The box score: The Daily Herald has no political axe to grind, no politician to boost into office, and no reason to oppose any candidate other than on grounds of public policy. The Daily Herald serves no party, no faction, no interests. It does try to serve its readers, and these readers alone can dictate this newspaper's policies. I After the Got Kallio and Henry Jones weighed in at 1 o'clock at Hedquist No. 2 today. Kallio weighed 148 pounds, one pound over the welterweight limit. Jones weighed 142 pounds. "I admit I am a little over the weight limit," Kallio said. "But that is due t othe fact that I was in the hospital and took on weight 1 think Jones ought to ware the one pound." "Yes, one pound isn't much," Jones replied, "bat by the time of the match you'll weigh four or five pounds over the limit. It Sergeant Geonre matebmaker, then su.,"' Kail weigh 1. aga ) tde. Jone agre W e go over the J one poar.d tiers met withwelghlcg SergarHL1 in ' 3 h. f ' IT WAS PROBABLV VOOR COAT TOO SAW ON THAT TRAMP- - A TRAM P CAME DOOR AND I GAVE HIM I Turn UT IT rnK-- r hi HI LOOKED HORRlC 1 ON VOO i. .