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' THB BINGHAM NEWS, BINGHAM, UTAH ' FRANK O'NEIL HEADS AMERICAN BOYS ON FRENCH RACE TRACKS fit v v PIw feSyar ,,,,,, .caaasa Horse racing m Tance i again In full swing and this year, In the Paris district at least looks as If It will be as prosperous for the directors of vari-ous racing societies as in the past While the season has not revealed any horses of merit, American stables have ehown that they mean to make a bold bid for high honors. American Jockeys are as enthusiastic. What now are old celebrities of the French turf, where Jockeys are con-cerned, have reappeared this year. Foremost among them is Frank O'Nell, who finished top of the winning Jockeys last year. O'Nell Is riding again for A. K. Macomber, owner of one of the biggest stables In the country. Sureiief FOR irnSTIOM iX-Wfr- WJ Hot water r5-5- H Sure Relief 54 and 754 Package Everywner - i ALMOST WRECKED STATES R. B. HAH Stomach Trouble Had Him Nearly Past Going, Declares Mewrer. 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TooHn,$52J fewUter. $f 10 Sedn.$860 rTiir uiKlirAV Count. $40 Utili.y Coupe, $HO Utfht UeUvery, 4510 Commercial Cham, J425 Dealers and Parts Depots Wanted in all territory not adequately covert J. Address Chevrolet Motor Company 1833 Wazce Street, Denver, Colora Jo I 1 1 fi - U l) lb Putnam Fadeless Dyes -- dyes or tints as you wish Earth has but few sorrows that an entertaining book can't make us for--' get temporarily. f' 8TEALINQ SIGNALS Getting wise to another club's J J signals often Is the result of an I accident. For Instance, the New J $ Tork Giants had a system of Big- - t nals that depended on figures on J the score board. We will say $ that If certain score-boar- d fig-- ' J ures were "even," then a finger ' t sign meant to do this or that. If the figures on the score board J t were "odd," then the finger sign t J might mean Just the contrary. It J t all depended ; John McGraw t J watched the score board and J wiggled his fingers accordingly, t t lb a certain game between the J J Giants and Braves, Fred Mitchell t was coaching on the lines, a cer-- J tain play was signaled for by $ McGraw and Fred Toney balled J It up. Two New York players $ met within Mitchell's hearing at 0 J third base and one said to the J other : 0 J "Toney spilled the beans be- - J cause he can't read the score t board; hell he don't know odd from even." 0 "And so," figured Mr. Mitchell, i "that's the system. We shall t 0 work this out If the figures are J J odd It's so and so and If even so 0 and so." J J And the rest, basing caUala-- t tlons on plays attempted or ' J made, was easy. w , ,4 " ' ' !! III! Mill Competition. "Are you trying to make a fool of me?" he cried. "I never Interfere with nature," d the girl with the painted cheeks and penciled eyebrows. Life. HURLER EHMKE SHIFTS STYLE Detroit Playsr Switches From Under-hand to Overhead or Slde-Arr- n - as Fancy Pleases. No brainier pitcher ever threw a ball than Christy Mathewson. lie once said that a pitcher In order to be successful must develop a certain style and stick to it "If you find that you are most ef-fective as a side-ar- pitcher, use that style ; If you can get more on the ball Howard Ehmks. overhead, use that method. Of all things don't switch from one style to another as the fancy strikes you." That is the way Mathewson puts it That is why Howard Ehmke of De-troit isn't rated as one of the game's greatest pitchers. Ehmke has no set style, he Is under-hand, side arm or overhead, and as a result usually lacks control and Is forced to let up in order to get the ball over. Dignified Silence. Willie Paw, what Is dignified si-lence? Paw That's what a man gets credit for when he hasn't anything to say and doesn't say It my son. 4 NEARLY GOT IN Pat Duncan, left fielder of the Cincinnati Reds, tells a story J about the colonel of his regl-- ment during the war who want-ed to raise a strong ball team. He succeeded In rounding up eight and sought a ninth. The men were drawn up in :; line and the colonel addressed them, asking If there was any other soldier there who bad good baseball experience that he fall out A man stepped forward named Brown, who had played about twelve years In a Class D league. The colonel asked brief-- ; ly what be had done. "Well, If you've been In the game so long how comes It you haven't gone to a big league?" !; he Inquired. "I came close once," replied Private Brown. "I was playing shortstop and they picked the second baseman." GOLFERS ANXIOUS TO , KEEP BELOW NINETY Overwhelmingly Large Number Battle Curse of Dufferdom. Short Hitters Are Ususlly In the 0 Class, Says Jim Barnes, Open ' ChampionTries Toe Hard for More Distance. Why la It that . so many golfers are never able to keep below the DO'i? The 00-ma- n In golf Is probably the most numerous in the sport After a year or so of piay your average golfer finds himself cutting through the 100 level and dipping into the 90s with pleasing regularity. If It were possible for him to Improve his game to the extent that he now shoots In the 00's, whereas he used to shoot In, the 120's, why, you ask, and so does he, no doubt can't he get Into the 80's or even the TO's? j Of course, some of them do. A great many, in fact But the number that remain struggling In the BO's with the' curse of dufferdom eternally scaring their soul, Is overwhelmingly big. Short hitters are usually in the 00 class, says Jim Barnes, the opea champion. "A hole around 890 or 400 yards is a par five for the short hitter," says the champion. "They can't get on with two shots and If they make a mistake tills usually means a six. There is "..'."' .'.''f yfmtmrn Kewpaipyr Union ' ' ' Jim Barnes. i really no reason why anybody should be unable to hit a golf ball 200 or 210 yards. ! "The main trouble starts with 'poor pivoting and Is followed by lack of uup iii iiltuiii the bail. A sboit fctt- -: ter as a rule Is trying too hard to get more distance. This generally means that he Isn't giving the club head a chance. i "I have seen many golfers over 65 years old and not particularly husky who could drive more than 200 yards by timing the stroke In the right' way." ' Should Say Not Brown "Money doesn't do some people any good." Black "Especially If they haven't got It" Hews Happenings ofth Great 1 kermountain States Olympla. Crops valued at $50,000, 000 are In Jeopardy in this state ow-ing to the uncertainties connected with the- - movement of crops to mar-ket 4. - , Denver Married professors will not be barred at Denver University and the University of Colorado, as they are at Northwestern university, Evanston, 111., according to officials of both schools. Kansas City. Smoking in public -- cost Mary Helm, S3 years old, a tine of $500 and a sentence of six months ' in Jail here. She was arrested on a charge of vagrancy while smoking a cigarette In a park. Seattle. rNur policemen are -- thought to ne dying and a street car operator was seriously hurt as a re-sult of a collision between a high dowered automobile driven by one ot the policemen and the street car on a downtown street Seattle. The Ninety-firs- t division, representative ot the Far West in the Meuse-Argonn- e and other great events of the World war, held its third l ' rounlon here. For the first thus ni general reunion was held, the for mcr affairs having been arranged so that simultaneous meetings were held la several Pacific coast cities. Los Angeles. Use of automobile inner tubes by sea bathers at Hermosa Poach, a suburb, has been forbidden by ordinance. Recent narrow escapes from drowning convinced the Hermoca J'cach council the custom was danger ous, as it was said, the tubes soon rot-ted in the water and often collapsed at a greater distance from ahore than the bather was able to swim. Spokane. Plans have Just been an-nounced for the establishment of a Spokane valley apple packing school in the warehouse ot the Spokane Vl-le- y Growers' union at Opportunity, ten miles east of here. The courses will be nnder the direction ot experts nnd those completing the work In a "atisfactory manner will be given a ertlflcate of graduation from the col-lep- e. .voimnvEST Cheyenne Incorporation papers tare been filed with the secretary ot Uate here by the Mammoth Oil com-i-s ny ot Delaware, capitalized at $200,-00,00- 0 and organized by the Sinclair Oil Interests to develop the Teapot, lomo naval reserve under a contract secured from the federal government The company paid a tiling fee ol " Butte. Sam J'rotlne, the 08-ye- old rsutte policeman, whose love affair with a CI year old former circus rider brought him to public attention hero recently, is dead. He was born at P.arnegat, N. J., and claimed to 'lave been a body guard for President Lincoln duirng the Civil war. Seattle. Proceedings of the Veter-ans ' of Foreign Wars at their national innual convention, were featured by nenlowal ot the French Legion of Hon. ir on Kobert O. Woodslde of Pltts-'mrt- r, commander-in-chief- , and Ruel W. . Mton, New 'York, adjutant general. The ceremonies, conducted by Chris :loa Vocher Corblerre, French consul hfire, were held In Woodland park, hile a crowd estimated at 50.000) 4toid at attention. - - : Ogden. Excellent roads are being 1 constructed through federal aid in the : states of Wyoming and Idaho for the Yellowstone auto tourists, according to M. D. Williams, senior highway on jr hi cer for the United States bureau )f public roads, who returned to (tyden from an inspection trip through the north. The trip Included a visit to the following projects : Montpeller fton, Warm River-Yellowston-e, JJo 'ack canyon and the Dubois-Monld- a. .. C!Lo.Tsj fc.ter.ettt: 'warcerre "ommlssiou has authorized the South-ern Pacific to abandon a branch line jf railroad eighty miles long running . from Tulasco to Metropolis in Elko ounty, Nev. This line is owned by ho Central Pacific and has been oper-ite-d by the Southern Pacific under ease since 1011. The Nevada public iorvlce commission opposed the aban-loome-of this road, which is wholly Intrastate, but, as it is a part ot an ntcr&tate system, the interstate corn-me- n, e commission assumed Jurisdic-tion. This rad in six years has nan-die- d only 8303 tons of freight, it aerates trains only twice a month.. And as no Improved business Is in. sii'ht the commission authorized abandonment ef the road, especially as thtre is now a daily bus service la operation. Pan Frandsco. Forty young Rus-sian students, Including six women, have come to Amorlca to secure an education as ammunition with which to rout the bolshevik armies and es-tablish a povernment ou tho Ameri-can jilan. They were recently Guests of the University of California, where a special reception was held in their honor. A litre's number of them will nter California this fall. It is said. foit of them will work thuir way lljroflv'h college. Baseball Notes Waseda (Japan) university will send Its basebfll team on a tour next year to the United States. This here Adolph Rettig is said to be a smart young pitcher, and yet he signed with Connie Mack. . Ty Cobb continues to slam the ball with telling effect He lias passed George Slsler for batting honors. Maybe Babe Ruth remembers that when he was a little boy he used to hear them talk about an old-tim- e ball player named Ty Cobb. Paddy Shea, former Giant hurler, has been purchased by the San Fran-cisco club of the Pacific Coast league. Jimmy Caveney Is fielding wonder-fully for the Cincinnati Reds, but he Is proving a sad failure as a batsman. According to one Detroit scribe "It la common gossip that Howard Ehmke Is not trying to do his best for the Tigers." Ben Koehler, having played ball for 20 years or more and done It well, has quit the playing end and taken a Job on the Mint league umpiring staff. The San Francisco club has dug up another possible phenom, so It Is stat-ed, in Dave Kyle, outfielder, Oakland boy, who has been playing Independent ball. Buck Freeman, formerly with Con-nie Mack and sent by that mnster mind to Tom Turner's Portland team, has Joined the Decatur team of the Three-- I league. Chick Maynard, the Dartmouth col-lege shortstop, who was going to burn things up for the Boston Red Sox and was given columns of bull by Boston scribes, didn't lust Just think, for Instance, where Urn Chicago White Sox minht be In the American league race if Dick Kerr was in there, pitching with Faber and the rest of the bunch. Georg'! Matthews, outfielder, who was given permission to pluy inde-pendent bull by the Salt Luke City club until has been cullod In by Maniiger Duffy Lewis. Veteran Tom Hushes, with Los Angles, l a booster for Lofty George Burger of SnUle ami thinks the for-mer Western 1ensufi pitcher will be a Ftar In the big show next year: Tin- veteran Byron H'n;'l. who ;o!n.-- the Vernon Timers in tin 'mei-neney- coniins out of b's retire-,ne- n t at fl..ll.YWoo.l, has li"t to i,.' rn to movies for the time being. Sporting Squibs of All Kinds Notre Dame plans the erection of a new grandatand to be finished before the big football game with Indiana on November 4. Mary K. Browne, former national woman tennis champion, will not play in t!e national tournament in the East this summer. - About the sweetext sound to hear on the golf tinlrs is ftca the oppo-nent: "Aren't you ever going to miss one of those putts?" Sara Richards, veteran Boston long-distance runuer, Is on his way to Eng-land, where he will attempt to swim the English channel. We admire the energy of the man who plays golf In the sun these days when he might Juwt as well be lying in the shade somewhere. Nobody can say that Mr. Dempsey is not fighting for his country now. Kurtherinore, two or three more purses and It will be pretty nearly his. The sculling match between James Pudden nnd Richard Arnst for the world's title 1ms been declared off. ft wns to have been held at Melbourne, Australia. After winning the national open, Gene Knrnzon s;ild he suffered with Insomnia out of sheer gludupKs. But what golfer after winning such an honor would want to sleep? Harold. II. Hnckett and Dean Mnthey, two veteran American tennis players, have warned the United States that the Australian tennis team will he hard to beat In the Davis Cup matches. GOLF CLUB HAS QUEER NAME- - "Chagrin Valley" Is to Have Courss Near Cleveland Fitting for Average Member. If a new, golf club In process of organization near Clevelund, O., sticks to the name of the locality It will be well named for the average member. This Is the Cbnerin Valley Country club, which Is to have a course 14 miles from Cleveland. More than one golfer has passed through the valley of humiliation during a poor round of play and has neon unable to classify Just what he ha been through. Cha-grin that's t lie word for the unfor-tunate mortal who gets up on the tee eNpeetlriK to make a 2Myard drive, only to fillcc out of bounds, pull Into the woods or dismally top. Perhaps no ither place In the world lias a club where the game and the nam are so expressively linked.