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THEJORDANJOURNAL,MIDVALE.UTAH a University of Pennsylvania Boxing Squad at W-ork CHAPTER VIII-Continued -8- the University o! Pennsylvania boxing squad at work In the gym under boxing im;tt·uctor, who Is in the center of the group. ENGLISH TRACK STARS INVITED famous • • • Honor Robert Gardner Asked to Participate in Big Relay Carnival. St. Louis wants the Hl26 l\llssissippl power boat championships. • • • The American people spend no less $50,000,000 annually for equipIn a II sports. • • • Charles F. Crowley, head football at Columbia university the past has been reappointed. • • • race horse has been named after Grange, but chances are that Hell too smart to back the nag with llis • • • Tom .Jenkins, one of the best known the professional grapplers of u decor two ago, Is coaching the wresteam at West Point. • • • Ernie ~evers, star foothall player of unil·en;lly, California, hns signed by the St. Louis Browns. is a right-handed pitcher. • * • football plnyers are as coaches In the Southern In-~ egiate conference and are not ittl'rl to ofllciute in uny confer· • • • Hoblnson, for 24 years football at Ilrown, will not return next His name has heen mentioned .....,,~"·tly In connection with the liarpost. Oxford and Cambridge universities have been Invited to again compete in the University of Pennsyh·auia relay carnival, which will be held ou April 23 and 24. 'l'he coming carnl\·al marks the thlrtJ·-seconrl milestone In one ot America's greatest athletic ml'ets. H. Jamison Swarts, mana~er of the meet, extended an iuvitation to tl)e English COII<:'ges in lettl'rs to [,oro Rurghley, president of the f'amhrl<lge Athletic n~soclatlon, and Artl•ur Porritt, who holds the same position ut Oxford. Burghley and Porritt, competed In the relay carnival last year, tloe former winning the 400 meters hurdle race from a fast field of American distance timher topper>i. Porritt who scored points for Great Britain In the last Olympic games, did well In hoth the century and furlotog. It has been f;ug;,:ested to both Porrltt ami Burghley that they make up Hobert A. Gardner, a member of a relay team to compete on the first day of the pro;ram In the -!SU·yanl Onwentsia dub in Lake Forest and :shuttle t·nce, a new Pvent on the pro- one of AmPt·ica's greatest amateur golfet·s, has been selected by the United States Golf association to lead the American Walker cup team to Englantl early in .Tune. Other members of the team will be Bobby Jones, \Yatts Gunn, Je~se Guilford, !<'ranees Ouimet, Je. s Swt>et~er, George von Elm and Holand llacKenzie. • • • Pittsburgh Pirates have reunder option Third Ba:>eman N'I11Jorn Hughes to the Water·bury club the Eastern league. Hughes was used from the Williamsport, Xew 1·ania league. Joe Beckett Would Try Boxing Game Once More ~..:,q.:.~"*~ '· .~-- of $250,000 for Famous Pompey Refused New York Sun says It bas \V. H. Coe, well-lmown tur!rPfttsec! an offer of ~2GO.OOO for renowned three·rear-old colt, ...... ,u, champion money winner of as a two·year-ol d. Coe declined to disclose the of the sponsor of the offer, expr~>ssed the con l'ictlon he could obtained a record price of $~75,· for the colt If negotiations had pm-sued. The present rerorrl of nuJIIIJIJ was made when the late Mnj. Belmont purchased Tracery an Argentine brePder. \Is Sharpe Kilmer of B!nghnmN. Y., owner of Pompey's sire, Briar, was credlted with ot'f~>ring lnst surnmer for :\Ir. Coe's won more than $120,000 In last ~ea:>on, lnclu<ling victories Saratoga !J "l'<!ful avd Belmont Lord Burghley. gram. The shuttle relay Is common In England, but has not bef'n usetl iu this country to any great extent. Each man would run 120 yards over the ltlgh hurdles, handing the baton to a teammate who would be on his mark, prepared to retrace the strps of the first runner. It has been suggested al-;o that the EnglishmPn enter a team in oue of the following relay races, SSO yards, distance college medley (-ItO yard~. mile and mill') or the !>pring IUedll'y ( 4·10 yard~. 2~0 yards, and .SSO yaru,;). F'or the set'ontl day, It has bcPu sug ge~ted that Burghley and Pot-ritt form team~ to compete In the one, two, onehalf and foUI'-Illile relay race.~. Sloonltl tlw Invitation I.Je nccppted, nurghley i>< expel'tt><l lo uefeml !tis ·100· ml'ter championship In the hurdles, while Porritt competes in the 100 and 2::!0-yard tlashes. Invitations have already been sl.'nt out to over a thousand collt>ges nnd schools In all parts of the country to compete In tlte rnonstet• two·da~· pro· gram. Lnst year broke nll l'ewrd · for competitors, nnd It Is expected that the high mark will be shattered ngain y('nr. Canadian ant! Cuban this teums have heen invited to sen(l r~>p resentatlves to the games In addition to the English teams. * Can hattllH't'HITC(I ,Joe Deckett, fallen idol of British boxing ftmH, CQme hur;l;? Rer:l;ett him ·rlf spems to tltlnk he can ant! it is reported that he ha~ agt·eerl to aC'c<'rt a reasonably small guarantee in his pffot·ts to get an· otheo· ring enga:!l'lll!'llt. Briti,.:h hoxing promoter:>, however, are not n•ry sanguine ahout the future of the man who made such misern ble showi11~15 rtgainst George:; Carpentier. As one bo:-.:lng Wl'lte1· on the other side pnts it, the British boxing public has hnd quite enough cJm-illg recent years of boxers with past reputations con· ,:enting to climb through the t•opes os· tensibly to take the lion's share of the pur,qe, on!~- to make surh a poor showIng that the fight df';:enerated into a farce. Beckett exprt>ssNI the desire to meet Phil S<>ott, who has been creating n st!r In· the British heu vyweight dl· vision rec-ently !l.nd Scott's backers lm· mediati'IY offered a side het of $2,!:i00 on their protege if such bout should materialize. 'l'here hn1·e been rum· blings of the contemplated meeting hetwe<:>n the vetl•ran and the uew heavyweight Idol, hut nothing tletlulte has as yet etnergcrl. And what <loPs a channel swimmer do In the winter time? • • • Jack Demvsey seems cletermined to keep his new nose In the shape it Is In now. • • • Charll'y Deal, Cub third baseman :>ome yl'ars ll:;(O, has signed to play with New Orleans. • • • linfortunately the avet·nge man's lntet·e~t in winter sports is limited to enjnylng pic•tures of oUter people en· gaged in those sports. • • • Glenn Warner's Stanford unlv('rslty Clymer Quits Reds football machine will play nine games Bill Clymer, coach for the Clncln· this year, conclnclin~ with California natl Hecls last season, may wind up, at Berkeley November 20. as manager· of some minor lengue * team in 10,::6. The popular veteran The shortest vrize fight on recorrl Is did not sign a new contract with the the one In which I3attling ~elson Hetls because of his own wish. Bill knocked out William Hossler In two had tile thlrd-ba e coaching nssigu- seconds at Ilarvcy, Ill., April 2, 1002. fnent at Herllund field and he found the "animals" pretty hard to get along Hay Hubbell, pitcher, and Dick Lofwith. Derby Day was one of the most tus, outfielder, ~<ent to Minneapolis of successful of minor league pilots a the American association late In 1925 !ew years ago and will be a good bet by the Brooklyn Nationals, have beeD tot some club. returned to the Dodgen. • • Is an Interesting photograph of Staff, the world's champion ice who will shortly journey to York, where he will meet NorBa.ntlle in a match that should be • • • "The best trained automobile In America," said Sammy, with his customary modesty. "Kindness Is what does it." "~o sorry to be late," said 1\!r!l. Sage, as Oliver ceremoniously bander! her out of the car. "What is that r henr, OJh·er?" salrl the minister as he stepped out or thl' car. Jane and Mrs. Summy h11d pre· ceded him. "Is It true the detective~· 1 are here and expect to stttrt this rldlcu' lous search tomorrow?'' '"fhPy're here all right," replied Oliver. "One of them tried to sell you a set or Di<>kens the other day." "What!'' criecl Jane, gripping 011vc>r's arm. "\Vhat, thllt man a detective?'' She wa!'l startled. "No less a person than 1\lr, Sherlock Hawksbaw Malone, the rl'nowned 11leuth," said 011\·er, smiling. "The be11~t-the hPnst !" she cried hotly. ''Good heaven,.;! That ac<>OUI!ts for the interest he tool' in your father's di~llllpenrnnce." "At any rate," said Mr. Sage, complacently, "he did not succeed in selling us a set ot Dicken!'!." June started to say something, but. Instead, nhruptly turned a\Yny an<l joined the other wo1o1en on the porr:h. A queer little chill ns of mbgiving · stole over her. ''Hey, Oliver I" called out Sammy from down the drive where he was parking the cur. "Come here a minute, will you? Say," he >.·ent on, lowering his voice as Olil·er came up. "I've just pll'ked up something rich. Fellow came in dny before ~·esterday and showed me a volume ot the 'Arabian Ni:;hts,' ab~olulely unexpurgnted-" "I know. And you fell for it, didn't I And she, herself, had never ceased to wonder. Oliver was stt·angcly restlesf! during uinner. and immediately after tht> company rose from the table at Its l'Oncluslon he asked Jane to come with him for a little stroll In the open air. "f want to ~peak to you about something," he urged. "Better throw something over your sbouluers. The night air-" "Ought you to go off and leave the others, Oliver?" ~<he began, a queer little catch, as of alarm, In her voice. ":\Iurlel anrl Sammy-" "Come along," t:e pleaded. "They won't mind. I must see you alone for n few minutes, Jane." "I 11111 get my wrap," she !mid, after 'It may be a moment's hesitation. chilly outside." """loy, you're shl'l'erlng now, Janie," he whi,pered anxiously, as he threw Iocr wrap over her shoulders. "Are you colcl~'· She did not reply. He followed her ont upon the porch and down the st<'ps. • 'o word pas~ed I.Jetwl'en them until they had turned the henri in the drive and were outside the ra!lius of light shed !rom the windows. lie was the first to speak. "See h"t·e, Jane,'' he blurted out, "I'm· I'm terribly troubled nncl up· That was as far as he got, ~<et." spl'l'f'h ~eemE'd to fall him. She lnld her band on his arm. "Is it ai.Jout-nhout the cletectlve, Oliver?'' she asked tremulou;;ly. "~o,'' he answered, almost roughly. "rt's about you, Jane. You've just got you?" "Sh! Not so loud. :\ly wife doesn't know a thing ahout lt. nut say, who told you nhout it?'' '!'hen Oliver told him. Sammy leaned agnin~t the mndguard and swore softly. "Say, I wish I could rememher what 1 said to the guy ahout-nhout your father. Lon!, he had me talking a hlue streak. Darn my fool eyes! You'd think I'd have sense enough to-- Oh, Wf'll, go ahead and kick me, Ollie. Hight here. Just ns hnrd ns you like." "Come on. They're wa!tlng for us. You neC'dn't worry, ol(l boy." Sammy and Oliver entered the !':Ittin:; room. Mrs. Suge was ~tanding all!lost directly untler the chnndPIIPr, talking to dnmpy :\Irs. Grlme!l; the li~lot from ahm·e fell upon her auhurn crown, floruied h!'r magniticPnt shoulders and arnos, and then waverl'cl tlmfrlly, almost lrelple:>sly, as it first enme In contact with re~plendent op\ position. Tbe actress was o hend taller than l\Irs. G1·irnf's, 1\ ho neverthelf'ss bl·av~>ly stood hPr gmnnd ntH! f'uced comparison 11 lth all the hnrclihood o! the righteous. ~r.·. Sage, with a d!~tinetly bewll' dered and somewhat embnrmssed e:1::· prf'sslon keepin~ company with the , proud and doting smile that seemed He Started Violently, the Words Dying to be stamped upon his lean visage, on His Lips. stood across the room with his daugllI ter and ~Irs. Sammy. to answer me. Are you going to be "Do you mt~an to tell me, Oliver, mnrried ?" "Ye-;," ~he said, her vo!C'e so low he that tho~e blight!'r;; Intend to begin digging- up your place tomorrow?" could scarcely hear the monosyllable. 'l'hpy walkf'd in silence for twenty Josephine asked inct·edulously. or lllol·e, turning down the path paces all Oliver laughed. "I thin!' we'll to the swa111p roatl. led that Aunt excitement, the enjoy ! rather I Josephine," I e said. ''I suppo~e tl1ev'l! "1-I was afraid so," he mutteretl. I begin prying up the kitchpn tloor ·to· Then fiercely: "\\'ho are you going to ' morrow,. or dig:.:in~ tren<'hes In the marry?" She sighed. "f nm going to mnrry r-ellar, or tearing up the flower-heel,.,." She looked at him Dr1TI'nwly. "What the flrst man who asks tre," she reuttl'r rot' Do lloey expc)ct to find your plied ancl, having cast.' the die, was I >father hurierl in the cdlnr or unrler inHantly ml!'tress of herself. ''lla 1·e you any ohjc ctions?'' she usked, althe kitchen floor?" at most mockln"lv l:lm find to expect rlon't "The.v l':'< ' • ~ 1 If he lre~ll'u the question he p>tic\ no all," rq,;led 011\·er, 11 ith unintentional 1 sloortnes:<. heed to lt. She felt the muscles of I He glanced over his shoulder at his stt·ong fort>nrm g:-ow taut, and she I Jt.ne. Their eyes met unrl their gaze hearcl the quielt intake of his breath. held for ~ome sel'oncl><. lie detectetl Rhe waited. She began to hurn a vnth! l'lourled, trouhletl look In hers and grant little air. Jt seemed au age to her before he spokt>. WL~ surhlenly con;;cious of what must "Jane," he said ~ently and steadily, lut re se('t,oed to h~>r a storlous lntf'n~lty In his own. Tie knew now that he was "If you were a man anrl In my place-In loYe--that he ulways hall heen in I menn In my werlicltnlPnt-would rou lo1 e with ,Jnnf', that he always woulcl ;ro w far os to n,:k the girl you love he In love with hH. He cumprt'Rot:>(l hetter than anything In all the world ngainst the to marry you?" hls Ups and fought "Ther(' couldn't be any harm In askstn;nge, mad impulse to shout that I•~> was In love with her, that she , wns lng her. Rhe eoultl refu~e you, you his- •all his ~and that no mnn sllcoild know." '"l'here's the gypsy's prophecy," h!" take loer away from him. And she? She was thinking of thL.t munnured thir:kls. "H-it may come dry, hot night when he eame to :see to·ue Janl'." "It-It cannot come true," she salt!. her after leaving his fathet·, out of cannot, Olt'ver." "It 1 f h · h hi res 1 s s oes covered ·wtt breb t h , It Is something to be consid· "Still rain no been had 'l."uere hlacir mud. Ruid heavily and judil-ially. he ere1l," with fi!r l'!eeks. The roarls were thick OYf'r hers anti g1·ipp~d clo::;ed han(! His _ noticed A.D.d Lansing, toQ, had ~st. l.llat hi1 sh.,es were muddy. He harll it tightly. "If you were In m~· place •poken to her about them, he had woultln't you heRitate nhout hll'ltlng wonderec1 where Oliver had been to her to--to beeome a widow?" 1 'Oh. J lovp vou OlivPr when your c-t ioto mud up to hi~ ~hoe tops 1 I I volt'<! Bolmo~ all If 1t had a hsuJtb Ill It," she whl~pered. "In a month I will be thirty," be went on, his heart as light llS air. "I might ask her to give me a thirty-dar option, or something like that." "You goose I" He pressed hl?r arm to his side, and was ~erlous when he spoke again, after a moment's pause. "I have never asked a girl to marry me, Jane. Never In all my life. Do you know. why?" She burled her face agnlm:t his shoulder. A \'ast, overwhelming thrill raced through him. His arms went about her and drew her close. "f never realized It, .Tane--1 ne>er even thought of it till just a little while ago- but now I know that I have alwnys loved you." Her arm stole up about his neck, she rnl~<ed h'c>r chin. "I hf'gnn calling mrself your wife, Oliver, when I was 11 very little girlwhen we tirst hegan pln~·ing house together, and .vou were my husband NEW HANDY PACK and the dolls were our children." He kls:>ed her rapturously. "Oh, my God!" he hurst out. "You'll never know how misprahle I have been these la~t few weeks-how horribly jealous More for your money rve h~>en." and the best Peppermint She stroked his cheek-possessh·ely. Sweet for any money~ Chewing "I haven't I.Jeen very happy myself," she sighed. "I-1 wasn't quite sure you would ever, ever ask me to be your wife." "That reminds me," he cried boy"Will you marry me, 1\Jlsa Ishly. Snge ?" "Of cour~e I will. Didn't I say I would marry the first-what was that?" As she uttered the exclamation under her ht·enth, she drew away from him quickly, looking over her "houl· rler at the thick, shaclowy underbrush that lined the road below them. "I didn't henr anything,'' said he, turning with her. "rt must have been my heart trying to burst out of ltsh ! Ll:>ten. There Is someone over there In the bru~h. D-n his sneaking eyes, I'll-" "Don't! Don'k go down there 1'' ~he cried, r:lutchlng 1•ls a=·m. "You must not lea1·e me altJite. I'm-I'm afraid, Ollie. I nm alwe ys nfrald when I am near that awful swamp." "Let's walk de wn the road a little "Albas stands for way, .Janli," said te stubbornly. "Don't &tw Brea.Hasts" be afraid. I'll st~ck close beside you." "You won't '!;o uown Into the 'LAlPTA•CKS and syrup! What a sun• swamp," she crlt!'l anxiously. shiny start for the day! And there's "Xo. .Just alof g the road." one thing sure about FlapjacksThey run dow~ the II ttle embankthey're always tender,never soggy; u;eut into the ro-nd. After fifteen or always light and easy .-to-eat! At twenty p:tces OJ!\-er pressed her arm your grocer's-in the handy round carton with the replaceable hd! warningly and stopped to listen. Ahead of them, ~ome distance away, t11ev l•eard footblls-the slow, regular tre;tl of a man w !liking In the road. They stood stili. listening. Suddenly I>otatoes are a paying crop in Florida. Can the footfalls ceased. "He knows we have stopped," said always follow the same year with another paying crop. One town of 700 ships a million Oliv('r. "He's listening to Eee If we dollars worth a year. For information on truck farming in Florida, write Dept. A, are following." She was silent for a moment. "You DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Tallahassee, Florida rememher what 1 enid about being I theor)· ii far les · sntlo;Ki;;sing - as spied upon, Oliv!"r. I feel It, r feel It all about me. You are being watched faclory than a practical exmflple . all the time, Oliver. Oh, bow hateful, how unfair!" "See here, J nne, I've he en thinking. It's wrong for me to ask you to marry me till all this mess Is over. It'l wrong for me to even ask you to consider your~elf engaged to me." "~obotly believes thnt you had any"Stomarlz trouble, thing to do with-" upset tzerves, head· ":\Iy dear girl, nobody knows what aches, nausea a11d to believe,'' :;;ate! he seriously. "That'l loss of sleep cau~d almostconstantmis• • the worst of it. My fnther Is ~one. ery and worry. I wns, !'() fur as anyone knows, the lust "Tan lac quickly to sel' him. As you sny, no ouc> may back my apbrought believe that r had llll):thing to do with petite, relieved pain It, but-where Is he? A queer thing aDd left me fee/in~ _ hns just happenerl. You know Peter well." ll1rs. B. Hines -tl•nt quec>r old hlrd who has Rowe, 2091slAve., Cedar Rapitb,/a. alwnys lived in the cahin at the lower I end Gf the swamp? He has skipped There's nothing like Tanlac to purify the blood, put the stomach out non rded up the d"or anti winand liver in working order and tlows and-" build up a run-down body. He stnrted violently, the words dyMillions of men and women have ing on his lips. Off to the south, bebeen benefited by this great tonic yond the almost lmpent>tt able wall of and builder that is compounded night, gleamed far-off lights In the after the famous Tanlac formula. wall of I'eter Hines' shack. from roots, barks and herbs. "He must have returned,'' he said, If you are nervous, suffer from indigestion; ·have rheumatism, torin an o<ld voice. "Those lig-hts-" pid liver, buy a bottle of Tanlac at "Let us go In, dear," she pleaded. drug store today. Seo how your "I-r heur something moving among to Improve right from the start you the weeds down there. It's grisly, Olifirst. Take Tanlac Vegetable Pills ver- creepy." 011\·er yielded to her for constipation, entreaties and they made their way back to th(' house. A VOID d r o p p I n c :llrs. Sage was holding forth In l•er atronc d r U 1r I in ' two the when most pffpc·tive Engll~h I eyes oore from Alkali o t h e r trrltatlon. or entered the sittin;,:·room. She may The old Rimple remedy have eyetl the111 narrowly for 11 seconrl that. brlnn eom!ortln~: relief T _· 25c, aU drugqi.Jtl Is best. or two, but that "as all. llall"llllcbl,lllewTori<Clt7 Sammy Parr, however, whQ had been ohsr rving Oli1·er very closely, got up from Ill,; chail· nnd mnrched across ~ -.----------------.· - • the room, his haurl e.!:tenrled. Of Hair and Skin "Congratulations, oltl man!'' he ,.!louted joyonsl~·. Prea~ed By And little ohl :\Irs. Grimes, rrom her place on the sofa, remr,r[(ecl, as she 1 leaned baek with a sigh of content: Fits handpocket and purse RD a· Tanlac builds strong bodies -----------------~ t c h e II E'\J,e 5 a Ive for SORE EYES Beauty I -~~~J~~~~~~~~~~~J. "Well, goodness knows It's about ___ ~tiine.,_ Proving that ~:!nee the entrance of Bad luck r:au~s n man to take the lovers the grent .Toseph!ne had T.entnl lnv('ntory of his fl'if>l1ds. failed to hold h!'r autllenct SJoellloound. cTO DE co:-~TtNUED.) a 1 Very True Onc-e the composer ~Iussenet was compelletl to li,;ten to a youthful prodigy ant! give his opinion. "You huve talent,'' he said to the little pianbt, "and with proper dll· 1 lgence nut! p(•rse1·erance you ought 10 . be ahle to-" "Olr, I would love to compose, too," 1 interrupted the prodigy; "how shnll l 'i set ahout It?" "You will have t~> learn a great (]r>~l 1 more and become older." "But ;you compose~ wnen j ou ,, ""' j 25¢ and 75¢ PkaS.Sold Everywhere I thirteen." "Yes,~ acknowledged Mnss('net. "iow.. · '1. N. U., Salt Lake City, No. 7--1921. T <~itlro't ask 11ny on. how to do it." ... I I FOR INDIGESTION • '• '