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Score Yesterday Stood
Seven to Ten.
Visitors Smitten Hip and
i , Thigh in the First
v 'Y''i ', Inning.
i ' 1 1 ; ; Each Team. Got Two Gomes Out of the
i; ! Series Which Began Here Last
5 , --
y 1 ' . Wednesday.
3 i'I' 1 1 PACIFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE.
' ' i Standing of the Clubs.
i 1 l Won. Lost. IC.
! J; cioiee S S .727
i ! i 1 Hpokano 5 C .153
,; k ' - Uutto 4 5 .4U
J 1 i I Salt- ako 3 6 533
f t l'iU '
) ' il'iP fjflATIE last of the series with the Miners
, J ; j. wns captured by the Saints yesterday
I ; h I afternoon and wc now stand even on
jl ' J : J i the week, bavins won two and lost a
I' ' ) ,i ; I similar number. Yesterday's contest was
" ,, 1 snapped up by the Saints In the first In-
" tj ; nlnff. when they fell upon. Pitcher Sporcr
ji ' 1 j I- t. for flix hits, which, combined with a pair
, !.t of errors, netted eight tallies. Butte tried
'l hard to bat out a victory later in the
I i ; ,j game, but fell short by just three runs,
Mi ; , ( j the llnal fcoio standing 10 to 7.
'j ! ,' Wiggs Opens Strong,
j i I j Jimmlc Wiggs officiatcd.on the slab for
, , , ' U the Elders and for flvo Innings had tho
ii 'j ji.t "Indian sign" on the Miner batters. Wiggs
I 'I struck out five of the eight men who first
I . ; , il : opposed him. Until the sixth Inning ho
j! ' j i did not allow a single hit and had tho
1 ; i;S Miners completely at his mercy. In tho
l' ' : ; i ' .sixth and seventh Innings the ballplayors
Q 1 ' i : j" from the North found tho key to somo of
I i ' , i j "Big Jim's" shoots and touched him up
I ' i ,. T-for four hits. Two errors by Salt Lake
I , , 1 ' -,J-iuid four free passes by WigGS netted the
1. 1 i h; l; -visitors a total of seven runs, during their
B i two times at bat.
j! ,..; Butte Makes Vain Rally.
U ( 1 j& In the firat part ' of the ninth Inning
I v ..Butto made a futllo effort to bat out a
I , l I victory. With two men gone, the Miners
du t ! " i.i'i, "lllled the bases and it began to look as
I V : ! i,t though they would make their usual
Hi ' "fj-L stretch run. Tho frame closed when Ban-
1 1 lii delln perished on a high fly to Ward out
I t In the middle field. U was a narrow
I i '. ' f fhance it Is more than likely that tho
, . i if1 Miners would havo lied the score.
II ' I J. (; Sporcr pitched for the visitors and ex-
h i J j oept for the fateful first, he put up a good
' ' It ' ill ' game. After tho Elders liad chalked up
i 1 ; eight tallies In the opening session, Spor
l (, 1 j , , or settled down and kept hl3 hits well
, ;i j.'iL separated and tho Elders were ablo to
ii 'm vj i oc secure but two more runs during the re
l . 1 i : malndor of the game,
t ' J ' , 1 The sramo wns rather uninteresting ex-
' , , l I Copt In the first Inning- and again in the
H , l dnlh when the Miners had a chance to
, i ! j i if tho score After Salt Lake secured
i " "the big lead In the opening inning, thero
, j ; il l teemed to bo nothing to the game. How-
I ' r ever, tho Miners braced up in the sixth
J i I'M nnd seventh and made a desperate at-
L 1 tempt to bat out n victory in tho ninth,
id , ! ' I: all of which helped to keep tho 2500 spec-
v 'Ud ! r tators from commenting on the dullness
III itt J3 .;; of the eltuatlon.
I 'i Tli ' How the Game Was Won.
I 1 1 - Every man on tho Salt Lake team had
1 I! f r n crack at tho hort-ehidc In the first In-
' i ! I nlng. Mullcr opened hostilities with a
l j ' j single to tho loft garden. Weed perished
i i j , on a short lnfleld hit and Glmllri ad-
I 1 l ' vanccd Mullor to third on a drive over
l! .jj shortstop'e head. Bill Hau3cn walked and
i 1 j1 mSj tho cushions were covered.
I 'i ' ".I'I Tiort Delm:Lii brought in the first runs
I ' i? with a single to left field. An error by
I j . j Spencer added another and a single from
I ' .til " Hruyettc's bat helped out the cauo for
. 'i M ulll one more,
yj (''Milt Vard got a lonc-sacKor down past sec-
V ; i j A or.d baso and an error by Runklc allowcl
1 i ,i 1 fit . WIggs to reach second a few mlnutea
Hi : 1 i 1 later.
U i'I' ' Dutch" Muller took his second turn
I i'I at the willow and secured another safe
. I jl;- J; hit that scored both Wlgga and Ward.
l 1i 'I This ended tho celebration, for tho next
I I i , ft 18 two batters died on easy hits to tho in-
I'H ii'' ( !lMd.
I I ) Whn the Minors came to the bench,
la fi.', in the scorer's gong clanged out eight times,
I'l 'i 1 announcing the casualties of tho Mor-
u 'ii! jj 'moa'.1! first turn at bat.
fl' Ii taS' In 1,12 sixth and seventh Inniugs Wlggs
I " lifiB walked four men. An equal number of
l; . ''ii . - Miners secured safe hits and two Elders
I I) i1 i committed errors. Tho abovo comblna-
1 lf il I'J! l'ou netted coven runs for Butte.
1 , V.jjjj! All Ovor but the Cheering.
I' 1 f Jill The Hret two. men up In tho ninth ro-
U1 ' Ii 'il tired on hits to flrat and second baso, Tho
H j i jljl rrxt three up pinched out a single apiece,
II,, if but clever lleldlng "prevented anybody
' ' lilt from scoring.
i Jjl "Bandy" Bandolln was the Miner upon
H ik whom rested the responsibility of the El-
, i .1) i der's defeat, it ouch was to bo. Bandc-
' i I Jj IB lln tried hard, but his long fly to middle
In ' I 1 i! In v,";u, securely corralled by AVard, the ox
I ' lilll Tnfant, and tho game was over. Follow
lli ' Vi M III Inpr Is the score:
HH l D BUTTE.
1 ' .1 0 AB. R. BIT. PO. A. E.
B I i D Spencer. 3 b 2 2 0 1 1 1
H I I il Q Ward, 2 b 3 2.0 1 4 0
H 'Ml Shaffer, 1 b 5 2 19 0 0
H ID Clark. L f C 0 z o 0
H , i'lB Hunkle, .n. s 4 0 15-11
l! 1 1 )B McHale. c. t C 01 0 0 o
1 li II Swindells, c C 0 1 i l o
I llS Kandelln, r. L 5 1112 0
H t I li Sporer, p 3 0 10 4 0
H' (, ' I Total 37 8 21 16 1
H) lillia i'B SALT LAICS.
H f,M I 9 AB. K- BH. PO. A. E.
H Im 1 l Muller, I. f -1 1 2 3 0 0
H I I 1 Weed. 13 b...... 4 0 2lii
H ! M Glnilln. r. f 5 1 2 0 0
H I :H H Ilausen. c 2 3 0 12 0 0
tn 43 I Delmafl, 2 b 3 2 3 0 3 1
HHf 'It Hl'il Kcllackey, lb 3 1 0 6 0 0
TJ . l! Bruyctte. s. s 4 12 0 10
H ' 5'!? Ward. c. f 4 113 0 0
Hj j Hll Wlggs, p J 1 1 0 2 1
Hi i''! Mi l Ttai 33 10 13 27 ?- 3
H i 1i Ml.lfl Score by Innings
MlU Butte 0(0 (03 -1007
Hi f l il'ln Srilt Lak0 m 100 1010
H'' 'I' 5 M il Earned, runs Butte, 1; Sait Lake, 3.
K J Iff l jl Stolen bHses Shaffer. Clark. Sporer, Mul-
li l I ill ler, Glmlbi. Bruyctte. Ward. Bases on
i Jfi I) 1 bUa-Off Wlggs, 7: Sporer, i. Two -baa a
hits Dclmas, 2. Uouule plays Sporer to
Runklc to Shaffer, Struck out By Wlggs,
9; Sporcr, 2. Time of game, one hour
fifty-five minutes. Umpire, J. Peck Sharp.
! NATIONAL LEAGUE. ,
Standing of tho Clubs.
Won. Lost. T.C.
New York 13 3 .S12
Cincinnati H 7 .CC7
Brooklyn 11 7 .CU
Chicago J 7 .?2
St. Louis 7 10 .112
Boston , 7 11 .SS3
Pittsburg 5 12 .'JM
Philadelphia 4. 12. .2o-l
Reds Down Trolley Dodgers,
CINCINNATI, May S. Desplto tho fnct
that Brooklyn had more men on bases
than Cincinnati, victory went to the homo
team, which secured tho greater number
of long hits nnd benefited by them.
Woodruff, Corcoran and llugglns made
sensational plays. Attenduncc, 11,0(0.
R. IT. E.
Cincinnati SCO 100 01 4 0 2
Brooklyn 000 000 100-1 5 3
Batteries Elliott and Schlel; Jones and
Bergen Two-baso lilt Kclley, Three
base hit OdwclJ, Kelley. Stolen bases
Lumlcy. Bases on balls Off ElllolL. 5;
off Jones, 2. Struck out By Elliott, 1;
by Jones, 3. Umpire O'Day.
Wet Grounds at. Chicago.
CHICAGO, May 8. Chicago was de
feated on a field made very soggy by a
hard rain at the start. Pitcher Willis
having much the bettor of a slippery
argument. Gelers's batting and a great
play by Raymer were the features. At
tendance, 12.GC0. Score:
IL II. E.
Chicago 0W 000 1102 5 2
Boston 100 002 010 I 12 3
Battorles Briggs ami Kllng; Willis and
Moran. Two-base hits Cooley, Moran.
Struck out By Brlggfi, 3; by Willis. 3.
Bases on balls Oft Willis, 3. Umpire
Rain at St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS. May S, SL Louls-Ncw York
gamo postponed; rain.
Twas a Pitchers' Battle.
DENVER. May S. The gnme today was
a pitchers' battle. Fremmcr mado both
runs for Sioux City, the second being a
home run. Attendance. 7(0. Score:
R. IT. 33.
Denver ;20Q 200 00-4 G 4
Sioux City 000 001 0012 2 C
Batteries Kenna and Lucia; Parker and
Saints Are Defeated.
COLORADO SPRINGS, May S. Mc
Neclev nnd Chlnn were about equal In
today's pitchers' battle. Garvin's three
bagger In the seventh saved tho visitors
from a ahut-ouU Score:
k. a b.
Colorado Springs 400 000 01 Ii t5 2
St. Joseph 0W (WO 100-1 C 2
Batteries McNcclcy and Mesaltt; Chlnn
and Garvin. 4
Close Gome at Omahn.
OMAHA, May S. Desplto numerous er
rors, today's game abounded with snoppy
plays. Companion pitched a superb game
and was well supported' at critical times.
Carter's scratch hit and steal and How
ard's two-bngger added the necessary run
In the ninth. Attendance, 3800. Score:
Ri 11. E
Omaha 000 010 011-3 S 4
Dcs Moines 020 000 000-2 5 C
Batteries Companion and Gondlng; Lu
flen'd and Bowles.
Via Oregon Short Line.
St. Louis and return f 42.50
Chicago and return '. 47.50
Chicago and return via St. Louis. 50.00
St. Louis and return via Chicago.: 50.00
Limit 60 days. Transit limit 10 days
In each direction.
Tickets on sale Tuesday and Fridays
each Keek, Stopovers allojive(V
MARSHALL IS IDOL
OF BOISE FANS
Ex-National Leaguer Bats Out Vic
tory for Infants in His Open
Special to The Tribune.
BOISE, Ida., May S. Joe Marshall, who
played last year with 'Frisco and
later with Pittsburg; has won a
homo In Boise.
He played Ills first real game today with
the Fruit Packers, not being in form Sat
urday after his trip, nnd ho threw the
bleachers and grandstand Into convulsions
by his phenomenal and timely hits. With
a single, two doubles and a triple, each
figuring In the scoring of all trie Boise
runs, to his credit, ho is tonight the base
i ball lion of the capital.
Loucks was easy money for the heavy
batter, but the Spokane slab artist held
the others of McCloskey's men down nice
ly. In other words. Marshall won tho
game, his batting being responsible for
Boise's four runs, all earned.
McFarland had tho Indians In the palm
of his hands from the tap of the gong
Ho distributed his hits evenly botween
ovciy man, with the exception of Loucks.
and'threo of the eight clouts permitted
wore scratches. It was a pretty contest
and was attended by the largest crowd of
the week from a paid standpoint.
Tho ball fever rages locally fiercer than
ever, now that Boise has taken four of
tho series from what is considered here
tho next bost team In the league.
AB. R. II. PC. A. E.
Ferris, s s '. E 0 1 2 0 0
Murdock, c. f 1 0 1 4 0 0
Rockenfcld. 2 b 4 0 . l 2 3 0
Martlnke, 1. f 4 0 0 0 0
Frary, 1 b 4 1 1 S 0 0
Rcllly, 3 b 4 1 1 1 G 0
Holland, r. f I 0 11 0 0
Stanley, c , 3 0 1 S 1- 0
Loucks. p 3 0 0 0 2 0
Carney' l 0 .0 0 0 0
Totals i 30 2 S 27 11 0
Carney batter, for Loucks-in ninth.
AB, R, TT. m . E.
Iloutz. 1. f C 0 0 2 0 0
Weaver, c. f B 1 2 1 0 0
Marshall, r. f o 2 T, .2 0 0
O'Connell. 2 b 3 0 1 3 3 1
ElBoy, 1 b -t 0 2 11 0 0
Cook, 3 b 4 0 1110
Babbitt, 3. s 4 0 0 1 3 1
Hanson, c, 4-0 1 15 1 1
McFarlan, p 4 110 2 0
Total CS 4 13 27 12 C
Score by Innings
Spokane 010 100 0002
Boise 10 001 I
Earned runs Bolso, 4. Left, on bases
Spokane, S; Boise, 7. Sacrifice hits Stan
ley, O'Connell. Stolen bases Loucks, Hol
land, Ferris. Two-baso hits Rcllly, Mur
dock, Marshall, 3. Three-base hits Mar
shall. Bases on balls Oft' Loucks, 1.
Struck put By McFarlan, 4: by Loucka,
R. Time of game, one hour fifty minutes.
Umpire, McCarthy. Attendance, 2000.
HYDE PARK TEAM j
VICTORIOUS OVER B. Y. C.
Special to Tho Tribune.
LOGAN, May S. The Hydo Park base
ball team scored a lucky victory over
the Brlgham Young college team today,
on tho Brlgham Young college campus.
The game was tho collegians' up to tho
last half of tho ninth Inning, when the
boys from tho Park went In for victory
and succeeded in rattling tho crimsons,
nnd before they found their heads eleven
men hod crossed tho plato. This was per
haps duo to the fact that Wright, tho
catcher for tho B. Y. team, was struck
by tho ball and had to retire, the change
giving tho visitors an advantage that
could not bo overcome.
It was a pretty gamo up to the ninth
inning, Harding, for tho orlmHons, hold
ing the boy3 from the Park down to six
hits, while llanccy allowed the collegians
This Is tho second leaguo game tho col
lego boys havo lost. Line-up:
B. Y. C. Hyde Park.
Wright, Thompson.. c Woolf. Poterson
Geddes lb Poterson
Wangsgard 2b Perkes
Thompson, Stevens.. 3b- J Walto
Richards ss Hancey
Hall .It Loo
Jenkins a .,cf . J. W. Walto
Walto rf A. Woolf
Score by Innings
B. Y. C o 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0-10
Hyde Park 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 2 11 IS
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Double-Header for Angola.
SAN FRANCISCO. May S Tho Angols
captured both games from tho local team,
today, and In tho morning added a shut
out to Oakland. In the forenoon It was
a 'pitchers' bnttle between Whalen and
Hall, with a toss-up for choice; but tho
Angola got tho better support. In tho
second game Newton, although hardly
exerting himself, shut out the locals In
seven Innings without a hit, nnd on tho
other hand Jones, who was on the slab
for San Francisco, was touched up In a
lively way In three Innings. Score:
R. IT. E.
T.os Angeles 210 001 000 I 0 2
San Francisco 0CO 000 0000 6 3
Batteries Hall and Eager; Whalen and
R. H. E.
Los Angeles 000 012 0104 10 1
San Francisco 000 010 0001 3 3
Batteries Nowton and Spies; Jones and
Drizzling Rains at Tacoma.
TACOMA, Wash., May S. In a drizzling
ralii Seattle took the morning fame from
Tacoma. The large crowd of rooters stuck
to the end. Errors, due largely to tho
muddy diamond, aided by timely bat
thu,'..won the game for the visitors. Bar
ber was effective at critical periods- The
gamo wns called at the end of tho eighth
to give tho players time to reach Seattle
for tho afternoon game. Attendance, 3310.
NR. H. E.
Tacoma 101 (00 (02 5 C,
Seattle 210 000 20-5 7 3
Batteries Overall and Graham; Barber
Heavy Hitting at Portland.
PORTLAND. Or.. May S. In tho gamo
today Oakland batted ono of Portland's
pitchers out of tho box and got sixteen
hits off the other. After tho second In
ning the game was so onc-flided that It
amounted to hardly more than a farce.
Neither Druhot nor Butler, who suc
ceeded him, had any apparent control of
their balls. Buchanan pitched a good
game. Attendance, 3500. Score:
r. ir. e.
Portland 201 0 - 2 0 5
Oakland 011 312 010-15 21 3
Batteries Druhot, Butler and Steelraon;
Euchanan and Lohman.
Thirteen Hits, hut Lost Game.
SEATTLE, Wash., May S. Seattlo made
thirteen hits today to Tacoma's nine and
their plav in tho field was about equal,
both teams playing good ball, but tho lo
cals could not bunch their safotlcs and
the Tigers won. Truck Eagan drovo the
ball over the fenco In tho sixth and his
drive won tlio game, although Tacoma
added another In tho ninth. Attendance,
Scorc: R T E
Seattle 020 (00 WO-2 13 i
Tacoma 101 (01 101-1 0 1
4- Great Game at Minneapolis.
-f MINNEAPOLIS, May S. Mlnne- 4-4-
apolls and Toledo played fourteen -f
wonderful Innings to a 3 to 3 tie.
American Association Games.
At ICansas City Kansas City, C; Co
At Milwaukee Milwaukee, 2; Louis
At St. Paul St. Paul, 0; Indlonapolb, 7.
"DAD" CLARK TO f
JOIN THE ELDERS
Arrangements Completed Last Even
ing for tho Butte. Piclder's Trans
fer to the Salt Lake Club.
a'ETK AD" CLARK will probably be seen j
Q In an Elder uniform on Tuesday, i
il' Lato last night arrangements j
were concluded whereby the for- j
mcr Butte outtleldor was released by Wal
ter Wllmot and given to Manager Glmlln
of tho Salt Lako club. Clark will prob
ably be used In the outfield.
Clark'3 transfer was In no ,way con
nected with the purchase of Eddlo Quick,
according to the stafomont of a director
of tholocal club. '"Wo did not trade
Quick for Clark," said he. "and the trans
actions havo no bearing at all upon each
other. When Quick was sold we did not
know that wo would bo ablo to secure
Clark, and not until last night did Wllmot
decldo to let hi go." '
Clark is well known In this city both on
account of his connection with tho Butte
tcani and his former performance with
the Ogdon toam some years ago. Ho Is
at home In the Infield, but has been doing
tlmo In the outer gurdon most of this sea
son. Clark has been sufferlrg with a
sprained anklo for some days past, but Is
recovered now Ho will probably make
his Initial appcaranco In nn Elder uniform
tomorrow against Charley Rellly's In- ,
d lu ns.
Eddlo Quick will leave this morning with
tho Butto team for Boise, where tho Min
ors play all week with tho Infants. Quick
said hist ovenlng that ho disliked to leavo
the city, and declared he would rather
play bull in this city than any pluco in
tho country, owever, ho nas nothing- to
tho countrj. Howover, ho has nothing to
his alleglanco to tho Butte club. Quick
made many friends while hero last season
and hlfl departure will bo greatly regret
ted by a host of fans.
Tho Sponkano Indians aro expected to
reach Iutc tonight. They will open a slx
gamo series with the Elders beginning to
morrow afternoon at Walker's.
Vmpiro Sharp was struck on tho mask
with a foul tip yesterday afternoon and
for awhile It was doubtful If he would be
able to continue. The Injury was but
temoorary, however, and J. Peck con
tinued operations as If nothing had hap
pened. His caglo oyo wan In no way af
fected by the jar and his decisions were of
the usual high order.
Bert Dclmas found a good stick yester
day and scoured a hit for each time at bat.
Out of threo timos up, Dolmas secured a
single and two doublc-sackers.
McFarlan, McCloskey's star twirlcr, won
his fifth consecutive game for tho Infants
i Standing of the Clubs.
Won. Lost P.C.
Boston 14 4 .77S
Philadelphia H 7 .011
New York It 7 .UU
Chloago 12 S .
Clovcland 8 X ..)
St. Louis S . !i .471
Detroit 7 10 .412
Washington 1 15 .63
St. Louis Shut Out.
CHICAGO, May 8. Tho visitors could
do nothing with Owen. Both teams put
up a fnst fielding game and each pulled
off some phenomenal plays. Chicago
'.cored ono In tho first, on a double and
a single, and two In tho third on threo
singles and an error. Attendance, 12,5(0.
Sc0r: R. IT. E.
Phicae-o 102 0C") 00' 3 7 1
St. Louis, O00 0CO OCO-O 6 3
Batteries Owen and Sullivan; Glado
S1EL0FF TO START
Otto Sleloff will leavo Chicago Wednes
day night for this city, where ho Is
scheduled to fight Jerry McCarthy on May
21. SlelofT will bo accompanied by his
manager. Billy Gee, and probably by
John Wllloy. a light heavyweight.
Manager Kelley of the Shamrock Ath
letic club Is now endeavoring to arrrange
for a go between Georgo Gardner and
Wllloy in this city on June 13.
Road Raco Course Rough.
A number of amateur bike riders went
over tho Farmlngton road raco courso
yesterday morning" In preparation for tho
annual Decoration day race. Tho roads
arc said to be very rough and unless a
rainfall occurs before May SO. the tlmo
mado will bo very slow.
JEWISH ORDER MEETS I
IN ANNUAL CONVENTION!
XEV.' YORK. May S. The eighteenth
annual convention of the Independent Or
der of B'Rlth Abraham was held hero
today. More than 7C0 delegates, represent
ing 71,157 members, were present.
According to tho report of tho grand sec
retary, Jacob Schoen, the capital of tho
53 lodges established In the United States
aggregates ESO.CSS; reserve funds, $100,325;
sick benefit funds, fOSSS. Moro than 000
members of tho order havo been enrolled
during the past year.
LARGER ATTENDANCE AT
THE ST. LOUIS FAIR
ST LOUIS, Mo., May S. The statement
isued on the number of dally admissions
nt tho world's fair during the first week,
Just ended, as compared with tho attend
ance at the Columbian exposition for tho
sa-no period, shows:
Daily average at St. Louis (six days,
not Including opening day,, 22,952; total for J
six days, 137,'OS. '
Dally avcnigo at Chicago (six days, not i
not Including opening- day), 22.K52; total for
six days, 120,47?.
The collectors ot nad debts are lo
cated at 207 to 210 new Atlas blk.
"Everybody likes them because they
remit the creditor when they collect."
The Amer. Merc. & Reporting Agency.
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Thursday, May 12.
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Fare 51.00 for round trip. Dancing at
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FOR CYCLE TRACK
j Manager Heagren Selects lien to
I Conduct Racing Meets at Saucer
John N. Sharji, representative Is",
-f G. A., referee and bandicappor; -f
Frank L. Gardner, Frank L. Hart,
-f assistant referees. . -j-
Judgcc Charles H. Dowse. IL S. -f
Anderson, C. L. Berry. "W. H. Inp- -f
-f ham. Dr. F. "W. lUcakin, Dana T.
Timers TV. "W. Hall, Dr. Charles
-f- G. Plummer, J. rvf. Jorscnsen, -f
-f- Charles E. White. '
-f- Starter Al Cowan. 4-
-f Clerks of course AT. P. Fowler, -J-
-f Scorers Sam Porter, R. S.
4- "Wright, R. Grames. Ralph Sharkey. 4-
Announcer W. li. Shearman. 4-
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ABO"T3 Is tho list of men se
lected by Manager Heagren of
tho Salt Palaco bicycle track to
officiate at the racing jncet:
to be held at tho saucer this summer. All
of them are well known business and
professional men of the. city iunl most of
them have had considerable experience ad
officials In limes pnst. On paper the list
appears to be as good a ono as could
have been selected.
A good-sized squad of biko riders are
working out at the saucer each afternoon
and at least half a dozen new ones will
reach the city within tho next three
weeks. Manager Heagren is in communi
cation with a number of good riders and
is confident that ho tvlll havo a star ag
gregation here for tho opening meet on
Hopper, a last year's favorite, will ho
here soon, an will Jimmy Bowler, a Chi
cago rider, who has been seen at the
saucer during the past few seasons. John
Chapman will also be back.
The Salt Palaco track has been under
going a court-o of repairs during the past
wck. A force of cajpentore has been at
work repairing the Hooting and putting
it in shape for the oponing meet The re
pair work Is about completed nnd by the
ond of tho week tho speedway will be in
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Hobart, R. L. Hobart. Perabtr.
William Arthur and wife. "
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Arrivals at tho New W'-Vwfl
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Miss A. F. Sprague, Boslo"l, S
bell. Oakland. Cal.. B w 'fS. Bi5
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Held; Samuel H Roddon. Vv 'j
U. Roo, Jr., Kearnej,
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L Wells. Lohl; C I.-AX Il3mnw
W. S. Stephens :ul
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