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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 August 1920

I -c-.h ve.rNo .202 pnc Fiv. cents" OGDEN CITY, UTAH FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 6, 1920 TasTeDITION A P. M. DENVER FEARS MORE RIOTS; CITIZENS ARM I POLISH SITUATION DECLARED CRITICAL f SOVIETS WILL SIGN, PREMIER I IS INFORMED I Russian Representatives in London Give Bolshevik Terms for Peace ATTITUDE OF GERMANY I VIEWED AS SUSPICIOUS - Teutons Announce Allies Can- not Move Troops Over Na T tion to Assist Poland I LONDON, Aug 6 Today's cab -fl met meeting, at which the Russian reply to- ne British note on Po BftJB land was considered, was followed BSfl by no official indication of the B trend of affairs. The best infor- i matlon, however, was that Great I Britain would accept the soviet ' reply, notwithstanding that it is V not wholly satisfactory. WASHINGTON. Aug. 6. Soviet II Russia 16 in possession of suffi I cient munitions to carry on for five years warfare on the scale of JH that now being conducted against ! I Poland, according to estimates t II made here today by military au thor...

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. — 6 August 1920

2 1 ml uuulin 5 1 AnPAKD-EXAMHNER FRIDAY LVEMINU, AUGUST 6. MgfiU. I FARMER-LABOR I PARTYjS SPLIT !j Forty-eighters Leave After I.I 'I 5 W. W. Control Charges Are Brought I NEW YORK. Au 1. Announce-1 Jhent thai the committee of 4S wa-sj preparing to withdraw forniP from, H 111 connection with the Farmer-l-anor H rty of which Parley I Chrlateneen is the presidential nominee todaj fol- hiwert close 1 i-hnrft's (v H A Mc H iollem and Charles A Wmr jfho in ( Ketcnlng a Official! and memtiers of he I'tah Farmei -Uabot orf anlXatlon, I Sfhftigeil that the party was controlled Jv the lnd'istrtal Workers of the H vi'orld Reorganisation ".f ih romr, if.-o r Jtnrtv-elsht alonp original linen of the j.rtv Will he undertaken at a meettnr K the executive committee Monday, iccordlnr to Allen McCurdy, secretary o: h fori -elgbtsri. In a statement Tnf1"v he nold the Farmer-Labor party mi a "radical ' organisation and doea lot adhere o the principles on whi h H the committee of forty-elghl attempt- ...

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. — 6 August 1920

r STATE AND JDAHO NEWS Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State . I FIRS ITER DISTRICTS HERE Northwest Engineer Encour ages Formation of Pro jects in Utah SAT.T LAKE Aug. 6 L. J Lytel. project engineer for the Yakima rec lamation service project. In Washing ton, urges Immediate organization of Irrigation districts In the eleht coun ties served by waters from th Utah Water Storage Association yssterflas Mr Lytel is wall known In rtuh as( the project engineer and later the project manager of the Strawberry reclamation service project which Is serving water to Utah county He I' a member of the executive commit tee of the l lab Water Storajre as sociation, which is an organization of tho eight counties concerned Salt Lake, Utah, Davie, Weber, Morgan. Summit, Wasatch and Tooele ADDITIONAL DISTRICTS. A. F Parker, chief engineer of the m association, recently recommended the organir-atlon of eight irrigation districts, in addition to the four in Njuj this territory now being organi...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 August 1920

gag j & THE UUUtn 51 ANUAKU-fcAAMlNER rKIDAT EVENING, AUUU5T 6, 10. rn ni nmriin imjji L-inum j . . I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered M SecondTcT7. Matter at the Postofflce, O0der. Utah. Established 1879 j Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Aaaociated Prcsi An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sup day morning without a muzzle or a club Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH muOD ONE YEAR a- Snafi' ! MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Aoctate5 Preis Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication oT any newt credited to It not otherwise credited In Mill paper and alo th local na publiahed herein. I CROPS AND CAR SHORTAGE. Transpnrtnti'n problems thai will hav a tremendoui effect upon all western states, including the intermountain territory, have arisen through the oar shortage existent on American railraads. With crops 0f haj fruit potatoes, grain, wool, sugar and other ne cessities of life to move oast and west tins oar, there is n ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 August 1920

K ' FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 6, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 5 hl Dorothy Dix Talk 1 OUR FRIENDS' ENEMIES " y DOROTHY DIX. the World's Highest Paid Woman Writer I "Why dn women who ore other-, wise well breil and observant of the .xmenltles of life, carry their private feuds Into general society'.' asked a woman the. other day. "They do, you know," she went on.i 'And It's one of the af dictions of existence or.ilnst which I always ro-, bel because it Is c unnecessary, nnd so brutally selfish on tho part of those Who arc not Willing to den? thorn selves the pleasure f Indulging their potty spites, no matter how much an-( nuyanee It CAUSCB other people. Personally, I have gotten so tired of acting as a buffer between ladies who are out for each other's false hair every time they meet that I feel Ike retiring to some desert solitude, and doing the hermit Act the balanco of my days. While, as for riving a hen luncheon nr an afternoon at ' . lvldge, I am worn t sn h a fr.ir.l1 trying ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 August 1920

FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 6, 19fr- B IW""OR sport, outing and even busi ly ness wear the popular polo shirt has made a myriad of friends among well groomed gentlcnien. They're here for you in the latest colors, patterns and textures. I I SPANISH GIRL IS DEADSHOT SEVILLE, Spain. With a standard service rifle most as tall as herself, little Scnorlta Julia Boadrle, 10. out shoots the finest shots In Spain Spain .as produced some feminine wizards with the rifle and of them all Senorlta Boadrle la said to be the best She has won many medals. I Births Sanford J. and Rachel Weaver Sum mers, 153 West Twelfth street, August 4. boy. Robert Clyde and Cecil May Rich ardson Hellewell. Monroe, July 14. boy Walter T. and Myrtle Cantwcll Read, 2729 Washing-ton July 16, boy Daniel C. and Ruby L. Phlan Downs, 3660 Washington, July 27. boy. Felix H ami Mildred 1 Wllnmth I Turnbloom, 819 Twenty-sixth street, gr July 31, boy. Frank J. and Nettie Smith Weber. 3051 Grant, Aug. 2. boy. James Hcnr-. and It.-lv...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 August 1920

B FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 6, 1920. , THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 7 t Wi 1 -Sf ' IMIIII I W Ill ! I IliMMMM I f Indian Preacher Writes a a b a ' Plans to Visit Post Here a u k bob m m m bbb bs Redskin Wedding Held Tho Rev White Feather, an Indian minister of the gospel, who recently wrote to th" American legion post In Ogden a letter In Which he protested against taking owny land from the Indians n.-ur Fallon. .W . has written, another letter to The Standard-Examiner In which he announces his inten- tlon of visiting the Herman Baker, post soon. Th.- l.'e White i eather Is a mem-1 bor of the American legion. He writes; fljrjji. as follows: 0 ir "Augcst 3. 1920. "Ogdon Standard ' Fallon Nevada My Friend sir as I would like fore ou to send me this papper For a year I will send you (4.25, the 29 of thia month and tho Balance before the year Is out on the paper "I am a indlr.n minister of christs DIciplee I am ordained Llconed Mln Istor, I am going to Sumllse a Indian M.irlnr to flay, Thei...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 August 1920

1 Hh UGDtff V ArNUAKLMiXAMllNfcK KKIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 6, 1920 i I COAST LEAGUE W L. Pet. Vernon -Salt Lake 69 C2 670 Los Angeles 63 59 616 San Pranoleco Portland 57 59 .491 Seattle" 59 C2 .488 Oakland 56 70 .444 Sacramento ...52 70 420 Yesterday's Result ait Lake 4, Oakland 6. : Vernon 3, Sacramento 4. (12 In ning. ) J Portland 2. Los Angeles 1. ;' Seattle 4, San Francisco 1. I Oaks Take Fast Game From Bees BAN FRANCISCO. Aug 6 The Oaks heat the Bees ye.tcrda on th'ir home lot at Oakland the scorn helm? fi to 4 Buzz Artett held the Salt Lakers safe at all times and twirled pood ball Manager Johnson an nounced todav that Martv Kxug would Join the Bee-- here Saturday and return to his old position at the keystone. Score: . R. H. E Pt Ike J J J Oakland 6 13 1 Batteries: Ctlllop, o.ould and Byler; R. Arilctt and Mltse, II Beavers Win Scrappy Contest From Angels PORTLAND. Aug 6 Brook twirl ed wonderful ball for 'he locals yes terdav the Beaver winning over th Angeis in a nip and tuck c...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 August 1920

Wfi TrJDAY EVENING, AUGUST 6, I9ZC. THE OGDEIN STAIN LAKL-AAMIINt,K I AMERICAN WOMEN l e ii nmn Native Families in Lower Cali fornia Sent Out Before MEXICALI Lower California, Aug. 6. (By the Associated Press) All American womni and hlldrn have left Enscnada. on the west coast of Lower California for the I'nlted States and main Blexlcane have sent their families north to safer sections, ac cording to an American arriving here today from the port. He said the arrival of federal troops at En-nada was expected at any time and it was generally helieved there that in view of the preparations in progress the chief attacks on the jgu forcer of Governor B teban Cantu -yr would he at Rnsenada and within a short time, possibly within a day or two. The American verified reports that the Cantu officials at Ensenada were ommandeerlnj automobiles, horses, and cattle In that clistrKt. He 8 Hd all gaspllnc rja i been withdrawn front the. market and that Hciiera! Cantu was establishing an airplane b...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 August 1920

'I I ll ' 'I THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER tKiux kvciniing, AUGUST 6, l&so. I I BROAD INTEREST I IN MINES .SHOWN prince Con. Proves Exception to General Raise and De clines Slightly Trains in mining stocks today was wether active and was well scattered throughout the different districts. The p-ietp. renerally speaking. BCemed to ho n trifle stronger, in the majority bf H&e stocks, although there wore H or? or two that showed weakness This wr" most noticeable In Prince H Con. which sol ! m high as "-lav. and changed hands today as Jow as 26 c. closing with this price ARs Tunnel "nd Black Metals each nh RCi Eureka Lily wa steadj i-c Columbui RexAll sold from ?s o XTc. lion King went :t 21c New .. ;rtv was active at 5c. Emma Sll-- e.janged hands at 5c. Prince Cen, so!d at 2 and 26C, Silver Kins C-a! wis active at $14" and tl.U'i, H --,1 WhodlaWn sold at 15c. (Quotations furnished "vr the pri vates wire if .1. V Hocle ft Co., II i coles Building.) P.ld Asked. Con flSVi Vhion "8 08...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 August 1920

FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 6, 1920 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER It FOR SALE BT OWNER MoHorn well hullt homo n host location In city, Suitable to mnko four smnll ornri ments. 600 Tw.: nty fourth rhor. CIO. 4144 LBY OWNER Eight room modern house. iiMrcTiln 631 Twenty sixth Phon 2158' J (Hi KIVK room I; - -t 1 1 modern In rge r .. looms, highly finished hot nir rurnace, . largo hnsement and sleeping porch, lot 4x 150. coot! parage n paved Btreet In one j .,' tlm beat residence districts In Ogdcn. 5675.0 Terms. A bcnutjfiil home S52on buys this five room strict Iv mod rrn brick bungalow full basement Bleep-1 pBB Ing porch and lark'- lot. close In on Twen , ty-aeventh Btreet, A four room modern freme. full h.is- j H meat, large lot nm Rood i?nrge. located) H on Twf nl v -first street. $3?5'V Q Bei til 8nundere nl Smith Flinders To., I Ifl nci i oi mi lal National, bank 1 ' jj NINE room modern house, good location ll furnished or unfurnished Phono 13 S 1 W I 1100 M in ov.-.i.i 'i . .,'-ro on i...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 August 1920

I"" Ije g-tanbarb-Evamwpr I UTAH THEATREj I W jfyGRimTHI I !n thc Grcat p,ay I I J Garter j A ujjHH9Fwu many H jfclssssBw homes It nearly spoiled Ro- m lalie Ray s romance. V'i Rosalie Ray thought she A a SBHB A threw a garter into the audi- m 0 ff :,3i?tC lit encc but it oroved to be a bB & M (.S5?1SRB5 1 boomerang It came back at jg Liis&K3 her a few weeks later M I Also Mack Sennett Comedy I I" ' LONDON. Enter the most useful cane. Within thr cane is a f compact folding tent. The walking stick makes the pole and the inside contains the cover, which is made of very fine woven fabric. Ill Work of Boys and Girls to Be on Exhibition Conjoint lorn I exhibits of boys' .and cirls' club work and school achieve ment work, under the new twelve month system, will be held In each town during the last week In August and the first week In September The best work of the entire county will later be exhibited at the school and farm bureau day, which will be held at Lorin Farr park In Sept...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 August 1920

gggg liij t LjUl-1 1 I III ailr Xcl I ! I iilX jl ;1 Fift.eth Year-Ncoi ' Price Five cent. OGDEN CITY, UTAH SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 7, 1920; LAST-EDITION 4 P. SF J I asi I I POLISH RESISTANCE SLOWS DOWN RED ADVANCE & o c PREMIERS TO 1 FRAMEPLANSST I ' CONFERENCE Poles Set Forth Terms Under 1 Which They Will Parley With Soisheviki GERMANS SEEK EXCUSE TO RAISE BIG ARMY Military Aid for Poland One Topic at Confab of George and Millerand LONDON", A up 7 Russian BolShO vik forces hammering the Polish lines cast of northeast of Warsaw seemed to have encountered stem resistance. With the exception of the area around Brest-Lilovsk. east of the Polish capl-1 tal, no new advances by soviet troops have been reported, and even there they have been limited by the dee ate fighting of the I'ole. Polish forces have been forced to : retire from Teresuol. about four miles west of Rrest-Lltovsk, and lost Mura- j mloc. about E miles to the south. Thns the Bolshevik! have ealned a foothold I m on t...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 August 1920

u THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINLR SATURDAY EVENING AUGUST 7, 1920 I i Text of Cox's Notification Address At Dayton ' , 1 Chairman Robinson. .in Members of ! th Notification Committee: The message, which you hrlns from the Kn-at onfereno- of progr. s-u . I thought KMemblod under i In fo Hiiplren of the Democratic party In splren within me a pride and m m -preclatlon which I cannot voice At th name time I am mindful of the responsibility which this function now officially places upon me. As I meas ure my own limitation the task aln :el of us should be approached With more ihnn feeling of diffidence if I wore not strengthened and re.ssuie.1 bj H the fmlh and that one Iuih on:. H practice true fidelity t. con U la not the difficult thing to know H n hnt ire ought to do; tin- ehse of H right and wrong has been given with Dlvthe equality. The mistakes of hls tory are the result of weaknfeU in the1 Hi f.iee of tempting Interest I thank God, therefore, that I Lake up the standard of Democracy a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 August 1920

I I l 'I SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 7, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EX AMLNEK i . -- , j Text of Cox's Notification Address At Dayton . ! 1 (Continued from Preceding Pace) conditions than the Insufficiency of our transportation facilities. Both the railroad and the public arc to blame. 'There ha.s been no material ad dition to the total mileage in the last ten years, and the increase in termin als has been much less than required. At the beginning of the war, the rolling stock whs Badly reduced and made-1 L,uate. The public had not gion in: pay for service, sufficient revenues on j which credit could be allowed by the i banks. Moral assistance was withheld because of railroad politics that did not bring approval. Many ot these cor- porationi bad made themselves a part Of political activities, local, state and; national. Then there were more r les sporadic instances of Stock-Watering BtW,' operations, and the exploitation of utll- -yr lty properties for personal gain. Abus es were not gene...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 August 1920

BBBE'saBBBlBlaBBaB fl I 'I h 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER Saturday FVFNlNr. Airr.lIST 7 1920? I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Cntored M Second-Clai Matter at the Pottofflce. Oaden, Utah. Established 1879 Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation flnd the Associated Press An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun day morning; without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH . 78 ,tT ONE YEAR 0.00 C$3SSeg ' MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press li exclusively entitled to the use for republication of any newt credited to It not otherwise credited In Mill paper and also tho local nti 1 published herein. I WILL THE WAR BE RENEWED? i1 A special correspondent t telegraphing from Berlii under date ii of August 6, becomes Boincwhal sensational by forecasting the pos- I Bibility of Germany entering the conflict, now raging on the Polish frontier, by throwing its strength on the side of Russia in lace of the requeil of the allies that German ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 August 1920

L S ILOVE and MARRIED UFE tsa, the noted author I Idah MSGlone Gibson JOHN IS V.N GUY. ; Elisabeth Moreland moved awaj' toward th6 door as I stoppr-d speak ing, and In a moment I realized that the had John's face before I. Ho stood In the doorway, very Uill and straight. I n'Vir .saw him look hand somer, even if he did soem furiously angry. That gray look had settled over his face a look which up to this time had always filled m with fear, and I think my first real consclous nr5a of any thought was the know I-. edge that I was not afraid of that look any more. 'Hello John." saJd Elizabeth I wonder If you realize that you ha e arrived Just In time to provide the il lustration of what your wife has Just & been saying." v hat do you mean Elizabeth and where le mj wife " r She s here and she has just been Lj saying that Rhe would not be one of those old fashioned women who thought her place was In th home and always stayed there. She ex plained that sho would not meet any man at the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 August 1920

Cox9s Campaign Manager aWillingFighterAgamstOdds ' George H. White's Dauntlesss Spirit Tested Long Ago in Klondike, Where He Won Fortune and Thereby a Bride Bv DONALD MacGREGOR. IN Congress half a dozen years ago they called him "Alaska Pete." tat to-dny he is George White, the new Chairman r.f the D'mocratic National Committee, and a such is manager of the Presidential cam j palgn of Gov. Cox The name "Alaska Pet" came from the fact that White, just out of Princeton, Joined the rush for sold twenty years ago in the Klondike Whito got gold, too. more than $100,000 worth of it. for that was the prize he set out for to win a girl with whom he bad fallen in love, and who. by chance, happened to hae a father who Insisted that the man who married his daughter should be, fully able to support her in the way to which she had been accustomed. "How much money have you got?" the father asked White when be called around to discuss his matrimonial chano I 'None." said White, but 1 tan support h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 August 1920

r HsATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 7, 1920. THE (Xlin n-mux 7 I I PARLEY P.' RAPS FQRTYEIEHTER Only Few Leave Farmer-Labor Party, Christensen Says in Virginia BRISTOL. Va.. Auk. T. Statements by Allen MeCurdy of New York that the Committee of Fortv-cight would withdraw from affiliation with the Farmer-Iabor parn. were discounted by Parley V Christensen, candidate of the latter organization for presi dent. In a statement last night 'Mr tfeCurdy represents himself J, A. H. Hopkins, Amos Pinchol. and George Record, and no one else that 1 know of," ald Mr Chrlstensen who Is on his way to Tennessee to elp fight for ratification of the national suffrage amendment. "Mr. McCnrdy s efforts to mlxrepre y sent the rank :nd file of the Commit tee of Pbry-elght'of whwh I am o$e I would he satisfactorily exposed ind repudiated from the prop r quarter in p a few days He could not get a dor.en to desert the K.umer-Ubor party, it principals or Its candidates, "Mr. McPurd and his associates propcrl lflone o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 August 1920

g THE UGDEN S 1 ANDARD-EX AM1NER SATURDAY EVENING. AUGUST 7. 19Z0. , RUTH SUFFERS HITTISLIP; Tris Speaker Continues to Lead American League; Hornsby Stars CHICAGO. Aug. 7. Three leading batters In the American League fat toned tip their average during the past week hut "Babe" Ruth, the home run champion, who is In fourth place, suf fered a slump before Dick Kerr In the last game of the series between Chi cago and New York. He was at bat five times but connected for only one hit Trla Speaker, the Cleveland man ager who lops the batters fathered eleven hits in seven frame and boosted his mark from .411 to .417, which Is fif'cen points better than thai of George Slsler, the St. Ixuls star who Is the runner up with an avergge of .102 Joe Jackson, the slugging out fielder of the Chicago White Sox Is third with a mark of .398. while Ruth is hitting .391 TIt averages are of players who have participated in fifty or more contests and Include (fames of Wednesday. Ruth continues to he the sen...

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