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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 July 1920

' I Fiftieth Ycar-Nc 192 Price Five cent, '. OGDECITY UTAH UESDAY EVENIN JULYtTTsZO. LAST EDITION 4 P. Ml I PREMIERS MEET TO DISCUSS RUSS OFFER IlLCfO GEORGE IB Ml LLERANO TALKPR0P0SAL French to Insist Soviets Must Im Pay Debts of Czar's ; ' Government I POLISH SUPPLY TRAIN SEIZED BY GERMANS MR - American Good:- on Cars Not Touched: Red Forces Still jk Press Onward PARIS, July 27. Premlei Millcr- end; accompanied bj Maraha t&M Frederic Francois-Marshal, minister jH of finance, and Phlllipe Behtheh.t, po- lilical director of the foreign office, left at 8 o'clock this morning: for Bou gflff lognc where he will discuss with Pre- mE mler Lloyd George the Russian soviet proposal for a conference with the al- nR lies. It a reported thst Premlei Miller-, H and. sounded by the British govern-1 ment on the question, gave as prelim-1 W lnory conditions to entering negotla-1 1MB tloiu with the Russians th; acknowl-l HgU edgement by the soviet of International mS& engagements t f oriuf ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 July 1920

2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 27, 1920. TALKS ON FRONT 1 PORGHPLANNED Senator Harding Gets First iHand Information on Russia; Publisher Pleased MARION. O. July 27 Two more peaklnit dates for Senator Harding's front poirli ram pnl.cn were announ ed 4 today and it was said thai hi ' flo- en others were being arranged for the near future. The nominees flrsl front porch speech will be made r.et Saturday to delegation from ICoaafleld, u. On Wednesday UgU8l I mil . the sena tor will address oiner Ohio delega tions. AmonK clubs that hae asked for appointment but for whom no dates have j et been set Include th New York Republican stale leagin , a group Of Detroit voters who nupporioii Ben lor Hiram John.ion for the presiden tial nomination, and members of the Loyal Order of Moose, -v The following wireless message was sent today by Senator Hauling to the American athletes sailing from New Vork on the Princes MaiolRa Co par Idpate In thr Olympic games at Ant werp: u i r...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 July 1920

I 1 BUBRjD TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 27, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 3 I STRIKING ITS' ill CONTENTION T Only Tubercular Men Who ' j Ask Will Be Removed From N. Y. Sanitarium i E9 WASHINGTON.' -TuU- 27. An kfE.H nouncement was made today by of PE''H flelals of the American lotion that VrH thoy had been ns.su red by the public, 1 I health service that orders directing tho transfer of former service men 'Hi who are tubercular patients at the j Home sanitarium al Baranju: T.nke v iH Y.. would noi be enforced In cases n hTP requested bS the men ron H earned. About 200 of the men had JB objected to a transfer to other Insti- EH Transfer of disabled service men K r from BaranaC Iake N. Y., to orher in- gSve' stltutlona constitutes part of a general '' 1 scheme to concentrate veterans a ln- M stltutlona In which thp government will be able to provide better treat Jnt ment. Director Cholmeley-Jones of tut lj the bureau of war risk insurance said fMMl9 tonight. Orders have been Issued, to '...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 July 1920

THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANT S entered 8econd-CIt Matter at th Poitofflce, Ogden, Utah. Eitabllahed 1170 Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Aaaoclated Press An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun day morning without a muszle or a club. . Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH. ' 7CS' ONE YEAR tC.OO 3iaHS--' MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I The Aaaoetated Preae Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of any L newa credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local ne Sf 4 published herein. INVITE VISITORS. Logan's chamber of commerce is planning u trip to Prnvn nn August 16. In order to reach Prove the Logan boosters must pass through Ogdeu. On their arrival in this city they should be invited to the manufacturing industries of Ogden. In fact, as many of the leading men of northern T'toh and BOUthern Idaho Rfl are interested in our development, should be urged to stop over in Ogden when they are traveling through ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 July 1920

fgPS TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 27, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER , 5 I IjLOVE and MARRIED LIFE Inj. the noted author I j Idah HGlone Gibson j I M.i.n-.HXi;ss M Isn't It a queer thing that w e human 'M beings more or loss arc dogs In the - JH manger. J never have had the slight - H est tecling of romantic love for my M cousin. Charles Goodwin, but It had L HB been pleasant to my vanity all the IKB ji-ais since 1 wore my hair in pigtails jEH for him to show mc by flord. action FKfl and devotion that he had never loved iPjM any other girl but me and had stayed : : Ingle fur in)' sake. 'B That Is a selfish quality, isn't It? But H til mure or less selfish and it -Hfl rather hurt me to find that on this, the last night in my mother's bid , ,i i ome, wrhii ti held bo many childish II i fiiorles for Charles arid mc, that he JBBBfl could desert mc for Kuth. 1 told my- 'BH self that It was the best thing that KH could happen to Ku;h They weiel BBCH i.iueh more suited to each other Ihnn I B K...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 July 1920

I English Lord And Lady Praise Ogden And Ogden Canyon n u Sir Arthur and Lady Williams have I departed for their home at London. England, via Montreal, after a delight ful visit with Ogden relatives. While 1 . here they were quests ot ex Mayor and Mrs. A G Fell and Marshall Allen Lady Williams and Mrs Toll are sis ters; and Marshall Allen is a cousin. ! The distinguished couple, traveling j incognito, have been on a two years' lour of America. Sir Arthur Is a land scape artist and has planned beauty I settings in many of the principal capi tals of Europe. His fame reatfl in his J consulting genius and his text works on scenic grandtur are standard au thorities. I In a letter to Mr. Allen from Mon I treal before sailing, the eminent Eng- lishman expressed his gratitude for the ' hospitality afforded during the visit to this city. The couple's Itinerary In I eluded every notable place In Cai d nnd the United States. But of all the majestic spots viewed by their critical eyes, Ogden ca...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 July 1920

"THE HKff FOOL" A Rhymed Review i wi By Russell Holman (B "Ves" earned his little' six j 1 bucks per : I As Uncle Enoch's clerk by day; At night his dancing caused a stir In Broadway's gayest cab Wm aret, Now, "Ves," though just a small-town guy, j! Had jazz in both 'is feet and I brainj He boosted profits to the sky For Enoch's wares, then on the wane, I Then "Vse" came back to I claim the girl I Who "made him what he is I today;" See Wallie Reid a breezy whirl; W "The Dancin' Fool" some photoplay! AT UTAH THEATRE Right Now For Subscription and Aovertlslng Department, Call Phone No. 56 RANDOM REFERENCES 'ii. JHr I tell Ogden Canyon (.nc hundred tj 'I !.. I" iM-l- '-ii r, mi to to V Yellowstone national park were Og- don visitors for a short time yester- day. They were entertained at the Hermlt.ige. A second party of 40 en route to the park will arrive hero Thursday. They also will be enter (Tk talned at the Hermitage. Ogden Typewr.ier House ror tjpe writers and repairs. 24L'2 Hudso...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 July 1920

8 Hg OGDEN 5TANDAKL-LXAM1NER TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 27, 1920. HMBIIIMI !) I-T1TT- m imr 1 1 - i I 111! Ml ! Tn . INDIAN BURIES I ' DAUGHTER IN K Winnebago Brave Wants His Child Near Him in Her Last Sleep X. E. V staff Bpo lal. TOM AH, Wis., July 28. Mary-Raln-ln-th-Faco. daughter of Spoon Deoorah, Winnebago Indian and Civil War veteran. Is burled In her fathers backyard "I bury her there ." grunted Spoon Docorah, that I may see her grave on the moonlight nights." Spoon Dccorah, long a follower of tho white man's ways wouldn't hur his child, when she died recently, ac i ; cording to the trie tl fashion, but ' neither would ho heed the counsel of his white friends and place the grave In the churchyard here. "She lived by me and now I shall have her by me," he declared and be cause he Is a G. A. It. veteran no one Interfered. Spoon Pecorah has the white name. "John Sherman" He enlisted In the Third Wisconsin regimental infnntry and was With Sherman on the march to the sea. Mary-Raln-ln-...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 July 1920

H f I I The New GeniusWho Carves Marpkeswfi A Mc-axe I i mWm mi Astonishing Success of a Peasant fl Sculptor Who "Took Over Night" mm the Place of the Great Rodin- 11 and Whose Unconventional Ideas Ml of Picking His Models Have 7 I Set Paris in an Uproar R PARIS. July S a LMOST like a fairy tale is the career Z of Paul Darde, the shepherd boy sculptor of France. He is for the moment the most conspicuous figure in the French world of art, a man of extraordi nary personality, and everybody is talking ,l about his surprising genius and his mar- jfJB velous success. Dardo is a great sculptor who never re I Mp reived any regular artistic training, but de- 'rloped his ideas while working or watch- Aig nature in the fields and study ing such works of sculpture as came under his no " A "ce during his wanderings, f. TBP- Another amazing fact about Darde is that (he carves his masterpieces with a rough J pick axe, an implement with whose use he became familiar while laboring as a boy. With th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 July 1920

Mvff MlfflWil'l W MWPMi B Will WIWWMPIWgSSgSaM I el THE OGDEN STANDAKU-hXAMlINER TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 27, 1920. I ! ROBINS DEFEAT I i PIRAKS GREW Error With Bases Full Puts Over Three Brooklyn Tallies BROOKLYN, July 27. Brooklyn got an evon break In the two-game series with Pittsburg by winning yes terday. 6 to -. Pfeffer was reached for four runs in two doubles, two sin gle! :ind two passes In the fourth. Haeffner's wild throw to first with the bases full was responsible for three of Brooklyn's runs off Carlson. Score: R. H B Pittsburg 4 1 1 Brooklyn 6 u 2 Batteries: Carlson and Hennefer; Pfeffer, Smith and Elliott I j NATIONAL LEAGUE" A Brooklyn S3 US Cincinnati 4$ 38 55K Hi riitsburg 4 4 4 1 ." 1 Chicago 4K 17 195 New York 43 4 4 H St. Louis 44 46 .1811 H Boston 36 44 .450 H Philadelphia -414 H At Philadelphia ritsburg 4. Phlla- H No other games I Today's Schedule. H Chicago H Cincinnati a Brookl n St. Louis at New York. H Pittsburg at Philadelphia. II 1 AMERICAN LEAGUE H Clevel...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 July 1920

I: FOR SALE"" I Real Estate CONTINENTAL BUILDING. LOAN A I.WTvSTMK.VT " 'r do nm advertise nnvthlng exeep I'Hrk'ains. Note the- following $1300 Modern seven room brick, pood lo Cation. M000 New brick bungalow, lot 50x12; m handle. $4f)0 Seven rrvxn brick excellent lora tlon. hip lot. tOiadc trees. $300 cnsl will handle, F.ny payments. Good two room house with cemen basement, big lot $mo will handle t0 monthly. II any other mce homes, reasons bh prices, easy terms. Wr Inauiance, automobile insurant life. accident und health, plntc glff. l r gUury, surct) bonds, nil forms Seven and 8 p-r cent Investment aecur Ities. Good sornd real putnt1 first mort cages bearing x per rent Interest. t'ONTI XKXTAl. J'.t ILI'IN'J LOA N A. IN KSTMGVf CO 111 Twenty fourth St. rhonc S.V FRO El ' "' IV UES Ial Estate Loan Insurance New five room utrictly modern brick bungalow, bnllt with newest architoe tun I Ldrriffn There is a flra place built hi Varpbv door lwl. Ironing board; hard i wood floors, in fre...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 July 1920

1 TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 27, 1920. ' wtvwM .vtutn.tv OGDEN. UTAH j J j if See all the latest steps and fads in dancing and then some! With Wii :hing Bcbe Daniels $ hi and "Wally" Rcid s Own Jazz Band. Scenario by Clara Genevieve Kennedy I AND BIG TWO REEL COMEDY j Cool and Comfortable Alio ays a Good Show I PISH HIKERS TO LEAVETOMORRffliV Names of Those Making Up j Yellowstone Party Are I Announced H Sixty-five Boy Scouts or Oyden and J Salt Lake in compnnv with sixteen H adult?, will kevr (.gdeii tomorrow H night at 9:30 o'clock for Yellowstone B national park where they will spend B two weeks. Scout Executive 6. A B Goats and Scoutmasters I). B Foul H Ker and G. A. Bergstrom will have di- fl reel charge of the tour, fl Final inspections of all troops will H be made at Central park at 4 o'clock tomorrow lftcrnoun by Commissioner B W C. King and other rout officials. H President Godderd and the executive V committee will Biro be present during H Ob inspection. H Leaving Ogden tomorro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 July 1920

i 1 Feth YearN0. 193 Pr,ce F!vo Cent. OGDEN CITY, UTAH WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 28 192oT LAST EDITION 4 P. M. I H JL. I t Ul RV V V r v r -w- "w GIVE LINCOLN STATUE TO BRITAIN ? ELI ROOT IS I ONE SPEAKER IT jL L0ND0EUENT Presentation Made Before Dis a tmguished Audience in Hail Jp of Westminster Abbey ( RELATIONS BETWEEN i NATIONS CHIEF TOPIC Casual Friction and Pin Pricks: May Be Disregarded, U. S. Lawyer Declares MmW LONDON". July 28. Ehhu Root, jRj former American secretary of state 5H! who recently took part in tho vorki Hj of the commission of Jurists at The fRf Hague for the establishment for a permanent International court of Ju. -j SiS-? fndnv formnllv mosentcd to tho tlcc, today iormany pioseiucu u ie: British people the Saint Oaiiliflt I statue of Lincoln in Canning Square as a gift from America and later the P statue was unveiled Premier -Joyd I' George abandoned pressing business J to deliver the speech of acceptance. , - The presentation was mndc in I ho presence of a di...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 July 1920

J THE OGDEN STANDARD-IlAAMINLR WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY 28, 1920. I Last Time Today 1 40 TO 11 P M nSwsnwr .1 PARKED RtAO JP. prtttnta LOUISE j GLAUM i 7Af LONE WOLF'S DAUGHTER & Louis Joseph Vance CostStfltr; tn sjorki knovn carxtra of i 'TMf L0N VOlf'e-'fALU fACfS' I Gowns that w.ll set the fashions for millions of j I well-dressed uorr.cn WW MJ0KIN5ON COC9 I I OGDEN THLATRl H Tomorrow 8v.sue Hayakwa in "LI TING LANG I WOMAN AND BABE BOUND BY ROBBER; . GAS JETS OPENED I pi ElLUfOTON, in. July 21 I Mr A If r XIrllor ml 1 hn e r.ir oM son Jixln I found aaphyxlatcd bt Rax. th- I nomtn'i ankle and nrlatj I lr, lotha Tin Iiiiiiw hnd been I ransacked ami there srere evl- I drnrea of a struggle I The Ivodirs rri. found t M-l- I lor llnn he reluroril tlOUie front I work thla morning Ha left the I house al midnight, j Indications -1 I I ami child h id pn i ad r.-r the I night In a curat room. hr I the nodiea frr found Tl.- I jet wu turned or full. H Spaniard ill 004 In the 1 new world a...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 July 1920

TMpnHHB ft fitH WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 28, 1920. THE OGDEIN b 1 AINDARD-EXAMINER . 3 I MAN ANDBEAR LOCKED IN CAR Perils of Express Messenger Related Before Rail Labor Board CHICAGO, July 28. Peril of an express messenger when locked In his car with shipments ot wild animals, reptiles and machinery, were set forth before the railroad labor board In the express employes w hearing. Addison Bollinger, grand president of the Order of K.'ilwa I ; pressmen, told r the plight of one express ipm Benper who found himself locked hi a car with a wild bear. The train v.ns speeding 45 miles an hour when the hear broke out of its cage nnd drove the messenger to the roof rods. Finally he opened the door and the animal dived out. To have snnk loose In the car or a heavy piece of machinery tart rolling down the nislc, Is not unusual. Mr. I'.olllnger said. He pleaded for Increased wages for, tho 7 5,000 express workers on the ground thnt not only the Increased JJD fj cost of living but the peril of t...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 July 1920

4 THE OGDEN STANDARD EXAMINER WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY 28. 1920. M 1! THE STANDARD-EXAMINER ; PU3L18HING COMPANY Cntsretf a Second -Clsss Matter at the rVatafflca. Ogdan, Utah. Cstsbliahed S71 Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Appelated Pre? An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sua ' day morning without a muxzle or a club. Bubicriptios in Advance one month n one yiar woo Car' MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tha Aeaoclated Prtii it cluaively entitled to tha uaa for rapubiieattoe. of V nr crtHte3 to It not thrvl crt2 tad m thi paper and also the local nev ublihed haraln SUGAR AN ISSUE Attitude ff the jH.litical parties in I'tnh regarding the sugar in .lntr rive promise of being enc "t the motH e,entinl features nt LW the eampaism, although neither the I). nn.cratie mr RVpuhliean atate fl convention ha bean Wd nor ha a public declaration heen ma-le b either party aa to platform plank H the Republican party does not mm " take a pOarftion supporting the wester...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 July 1920

IIS WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 28, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 5 I It , I LOVE and MARRIED LIFE Imj. the noted author Idah MSGlone Gibson I 15 ( K HOME H I think I surprised myself more thnn H I did Mifs Parker when 1 said that I H Ilkd men SS men but not In the mass B But, thinking it over, I knew that 1 LH had told the truth. I could not re- H t member a man whom I did not like lBt'll individually and yet when f thought Kh of men os a sex I almost hated ) i "I like to nurse women better than LWLw men," confided Miss Parker ' Women Kl lire braver and much more patient, al- BH though I have met a few men who BH wf re the exceptions that proved (ho BH rule. Just as I have met a few fussy BBH nni1 querulous women. Von were a BB splendid patient," she said with a BBBBj BBBBj I could have been otherwise, I was BB4B1 most of the time unconscious, you v know." Cl "It le then' remarked Miss Parker, I '' , "that people show their true nature." "I do not believe that. I have been told by ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 July 1920

p'"B,'"'" " " -w THE OCDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY 28, 1920. H - IIIM11I MMIMM " I TURKS IN FLIGHT " I BEFQREGREEKS i. Fighting Spirit of Turks in Thrace and Asia Minor Is Rapidly Disappearing ATHENS. July IT. O rook military 1 operation have been relatively blood i leafv but iireeasful bn"u of the rs I pittlty of the Oreelt mnvrmnt They irMn to appear at the riaht time and plae nl'h n'.rwh!mlni f -' Ing the moral of th Turks ' trfnk 'I b th In th A-'.- Minor and Thrarlan i .i m t i la ri I I when the OrreWe debarked at no- ! dottn a week tfn. th soldiers til Ing themsIvs Into th a th quick-j r to gel ashor 'h Turkish tOIBIMo- r of ihr Fifty fif:h division U re pnt'l to hi v t e-l phen-l th natlon i 'llekens." Or troops operating In Thra- Lad total 6 n, ft On those In th Al Minor 1 racdpalan Sft.ftftn Thy ar wall equip li g aijii lb ere srere i few I alrr casualties among th Turks 1 and Graaka In Thrace. lut a raw thou I sand have bean rrportd In th Aal i COXFLICTl...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 July 1920

SITE SELECTED FOR SCOUT CAMP I Logan and Cache Stakes to Join in Putting Up Cottage in Canyon Cowley canyon tun miles up the right hand fork of Logan canyon and fourteen miles from Lojran. has been i selected as the permanent site for the. hoy scout cottage which It to be built j for the boy acout organization of Lo gan and Cache stakes. This action was taken following a I careful Inspection of all available sites 1 by a committee of fourteen represent-) lng the presidencies and mutual or ganizations of both stakes and several experienced boy scout masters. Work L clearing the site will be begun Immedl- I ately and the camp put In readiness for a father and sons' outing early In August. The site selected was agreed upon unanamously by the committee. Ac cording to Prof. George B. Hendricks of the Utah Agrlcultur.il college, chair man of tho committee and president of the T M M I. A of Logan stake, almost even.' natural advantage desir ed Is posf I the camp chosen Easily accessible fr...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 July 1920

'inHi w bTbTbibHi bTbbTbTbibibbbi bb"' aBaBas smL jfciBWBiuuBBBHiBBBBBBBBMjM " THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY 28, 1920.' II AMERICAN LEAGUE J W. L. Pet. " Cleveland 1 f New York 3 Chloago 7 - ! 3 Washington 41 5 1 Ht. Ixul 2 47 .471 1 j Hotton n si ? Detroit 1 7 Phllsdelphla 17 YeMenlay'a Results. 1 At Dttroti -Chicago I. Detroit 1 1 At '"isv eland First game Wsah- 0 Ington Cleveland 5 Second gam:, r Wsshlngton l. ClsveUnd j 1 No other tmN scheduled. r To.Ia) VrlKltlJr. I r New York nt 1 J I Washington at Detroit ' Roston at I Ireland 1 Philadelphia at Chlrage. I CHICAGO TH1MS 1 DETROIT CLUB m Red Faber Hurls First Rate Ball. Vanning by 3 to 1 I Count H H pftchlng b-v Faber. who H fix hits and struck out nin. H won (or Chicago in yesterday s rnt H The visitors scored twice In '.he first H I Batteries Fa bar and Schalk. Leon- H ard. Ay res and Woodal. H CLEVF.l.A.M 1 H aod Washington divided H double-header, Cle eland winning the first. ft to 4. and Washington th...

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