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SALT LAKE CITY, SUNDAY MORNING, ATJGU ST 14, 1004.
I THE STRING
111 Called on Boise's
;ane Won the Gam in
Stventh by a Home
pson Was Taken Out of the Bos
and Starkclls Put in, but
LA.NE. Wash., Auc 13. Spokane
;ho string of Bolso's victories for
t time this afternoon, -winning out
oscly contested came, 8 to 7. In
onth Inning Spokane won tho gnmo
kenfiold's homer, a single by Rcll
aso on balls and an error on tho
' O'Conncll Manager McCloskoy
dompson out and put Starkclls In
i, but it was too late. Score:
6 010 001 30 S 10 -i
000 500 002-7 10 3
rica Harmon and Hogs, Stanley,
Is, Thompson and Hanson. Umpire,
I NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Standing- of the Clubs.
P. W. L, P.C.
jrk ?6 C9 27 .719
.. ., 97 GO 37 .620
Jti , 101 53 -12 .5S1
g , 6 55 -10 .679
IS ....... 97 AS 19 .95
102 39 C3 .352
n 03 33 62 .347
Iphla 93 27 71 .27G
lelphla. 0, Chicago. 5; nrst name,
lelphia, 4, Chicago, 0; second
3, 1; Pittsburg, 0.
lyn. C. St. Louis, 1.
natl, 2; New York, 1.
acinnati, 2; New York, 1.
YORK, Aug. 13. Cincinnati scored
victory over New York today in
and exciting game. Bowerman
rper were put out of the game by
Emslle in tho sixth. Attcndanco.
R. H. E.
tl ,000 000 200-2 fl 1
irk 000 000 1001 3 3
its Hahn, Harper and Schlel,
Warner and Bowerman, hits, off
4 In five Inning; off Hahn, 5 In
Ings, bases on balls, orf Taylor A,
n 2, struck out, by Taylor 7. by
2: by Hahn 1: two-base hits, Bres
Boverman, Schlel; umpire, Ems
Boston, 1; Pittsburg-, O.
DN. Aug 10. Moran's two-baso
helm's sacrillcc and Gcler'a safe
the sixth gave Boston the only
Utcndancc, 3300. Score;
000 001 00 1 4 2
g 000 000 0000 6 1
Ics, Wllhclin and Jloran, Case and
two-base hit, Moran; base on
rf Case 1. off Wllhclm 2; struck
Case 2, by Wllhclm 1; umpires,
Divided Honors at Chicago.
LADELPHIA. Aug. 13. The locals
-nlcago split even in a doublc-head-ch
team suffering a shutout. At
ince, i00a Scores
I R. IT. E.
Lf, 300 001 001-5 9 3
oejphla 000 6 4
tories, Welmcr and Kllng, Corrldon
Dpoln, struck out, Corrldon 2, Wel
r; bases on balls, off Corrldon -3, oft
ler 1; umpire, dimmer.
t- R. H. E,
'5, v, ...000 000 000-0 8 2
LclPnla 101 020 '00 t 13 0
terlcs-Briggs and O'Nclil, Sparks
Pooln; two-base hits, Titus, Dooln;
ft?UUb;Sl,!rks 5' b' Griggs 1; baso
ills, off Sparks 3, off Brlggs 2: um
IZimtuer. BTOoklyn, 3; St. Louis, 1.
sklyn. Aug. 13. Although St. Louis
kUed and outtleldcd Brooklyn today
peals won. Attendance, 3000. Score":
SL R. H. E.
,.,.110 001 00--3 G 4
!ls 010 000 000-1 7 2
iwlcs. Garvin and Ritter. McFarland
lrftdy; two-base hits, Grady. Dillon;
rGS8!crbase on balls. oft
ure Jarland 1; struck out, by
2. by McFarland 4; umpire, John-
Mr. Auto Matinee at Ogden.
Rho Weber fair grounds in Ogden
JBftcnoon a special automobile mat
iE!v bc ?lven under the auspices of
rcber County Fair association and
Jjjne direct management of Orlando
E i n excellent card of auto and
4Hnn A?. racCH becn prepared nnd
l?n City sports will have an oppor
My 1 seeing porno real live contests.
BBitcmSit V ttl partIc,nat0 ln
'in',inlny,lnJ,Iurn,nnt1 Parado was
-ana tho affair was pronounced a
Ipinent Athlotes at the Stadium.
fwUn& Aut. ,13--'ong the ath
Wx, rrC0.Ii,m!?1n,nS themselves at
liwri Mr h 0',nPlc games to be
n2 of vi n3t. of thla moiltn 13 C. G.
Sodav? ,Ctor,a Australla, who began
K-ft r,pom!?ent Amcrican athlotes
ylvan?n l ?.r.fh0 University of
. a. cuumplonships beginning next
tf- Answer to Query.
omebn0tnrCeti, tllc, , Coder's Park
was nlavn?i t..1,"0 Wo,r,d bonebali
;ormgrjJ20Ultyo1i7and W" by
Rodman Excursion '
tadI Prnize!alta,r AUEUSl 1C- Come
BY THE 'MINERS
Butte Crowd Defeats
Centest at Cepper City on
tha Diamond Was a
Tozer, for the Saints, Allowed Only
Three Hits Costly Fielding
PACIFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Standing of the Clubs.
P. W. L PC.
Boise 91 53 41 .504
Spokane 93 43 46 .GIG
Butto 90 44 40 .483
Salt Lake 91 39 52 .429
Butte, 4; Salt Lake. 1.
Spokane, S: Boise, 7.
BUTTE, Mont., Aug. 13. Butto defeat
ed Sale Lako today In a pretty contest.
Tozer allowed only three hits, but costly
fielding errors lost him the game. At
tendance, 200. Score:
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Ward, 2b 110 2 10
Runklc, ss 3 1 0 3 5 0
Lally, If 4 10 1 1 0
Shaffer, lb 3 0 0 10 0 0
Elsey, 3b 4 0 1 2 2 0
McHale. cf 4 0 1 3 0 0
Bandclln, p 3 0 1 0 2 0
Spencer, rf 2 10 10 0
Totals 27 4 3 27 11 0
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Mullcr, If 5 0 2 1 0 0
Clark, lb 5 0 0 10 1 1
Weed, lb 4 112 10
Glmlln, If 4 0 110 0
Hausen, - 4 0 3 2 3 0
Dclmaa. 2b 3 0 0 G 4 2
Bruyette, ss 3 0 0 0 3 1
Bluth, rf 4 0 0 2 0 0
Tozer, p 4 0 2 0 1 1
Totals 3G 1 9 24 13 5
Score by Innings:
Butte 200 001 10 1
Salt Lako 000 100 0001
Summary Earned runs, Salt Lake, 1.
First base on errors, Butte, 4. Sacrifice
hits Runkle. Shaffer. Stolen bases
Muller, 2; McHale. 2; Spencer. Left on
bases Butto, 4; Salt Lake. 9. Bases on
balls OV Bandelln, 2; o(t Tozer, 4. Struck
out By Bandclln, 5; by Tozer, 1. Time
of game, 1:35. Attendance, 211. Umpire
Los Angeles, 2; Oakland, 6.
LOS ANGELES, Cal, Aug. 13 The lo
cals were unable to hit Graham today
and were lucky to save a shut out. Gray
was the easiest sort of a mark for tho
visitors and'wafl hammered all over the
field, besides walking four men and hit
ting a batter. Both sides fielded fast ann
R. II. E.
Los Angeles 000 100 1002 3 0
Oakland 002 002 002-6 13 1
Batteries Gray and Spies; Graham and
Byrns. Umpire, McCarthy.
Beet Seed Experts
Experiments Prove Feasibility of
Producing the Single Germ Plants
Special to The Tribune.
LEI II, Aug. 13. Prof. C. O. Townsend
and his assistant, E. C. Rlttue, the Wash
ington exports from tho Agricultural de
partment, who have becn conducting the
experiments by which tho Government
hopes to produce augar-bcet seed that will
contain but a single germ, have concluded
their work for tho summer, harvested the
seed crop and returned to tho national
It is well known that the sugar-beet
seed in general use entails thousands of
dollars' worth of extra work ln thinning
because each seed produces from three to
six plants, all but one of which have to
Tho department, two years ago, decided
to produco a single-germ seed, that th
great expense to the fanners might be
eliminated, nnd intrusted tho experiment
vork to Prof. C. O. Townsend, one of the
most eminent experts in tho department.
The profeosor found that certain of tho
Eugar-beot flowers had a tendency to de
velop seeds of fewer germs than others.
Following up this hint ho took the pollen
of hundreds of Vheae Jloworo and placed It
ln similar flowcrB of other beet3 and tied
little paper bags over them till they
ripened Into seed,
By thin method he secured quite a num
ber of soeojj with but a single germ. These
seeds he planted last yoar ln Washington,
nnd while they were growing intojmother
beets he again pursued the paper-sack
plan and gathered several thousand others
of the single-germ variety, and siloed th&
beets grown last winter ln Washington.
Transferred to Utah.
This spring, owing to the eminent suc
cess attained by Utah ln the production
of sugar-beet sted, the experiments were
transferred to Utah, and tho singlo-germ
seed and bcctB produced from olnclc-germ
seed woro planted on the Utah Sugar
company's Saratoga farm at tho head of
Jordan river. The closest scientific atten
tion was given to the beets and thoro woro
no other seed beets grown within live
miles of the Saratoga farm, which Insured
them from receiving pollen which might
be carried by insects from plants of multiple-germ
Particular caro has been given to tho
plants since they came into blossom, and
scientific data for future reference was
taken and recorded almost dally, and each
seed was gathered Heparatoly bv hand as
fast as it was ripened Fifty of the most
promising plants were glvon special caro
nnd when a llower showed evidence of be
ing of the mulllple-germ specie it waa cut
Later, experts will carefully examlno
WANT A SHOW
"Wild West Performance Proposed as
a Feature Fine Horses
If the present plans of some of tho local
horsemen are carried out a horso show 1
will be given In this city about the middle
of September. A lino programmo will be ,
prepared, and ln addition to tho contests
for tho blue ribbon will be a regular Wild
Arrangements are being made for tho
appearance of tho champion broncho
busters of tho West. Assurances have
been received that Brennnn. who holds
the Western belt; Thad Sowders, the
world's champion, Georgo Gardner, Eddio
Goodrich, Miner, Belnap, Armstrong and
Thompson will compote for the prlzo
A belt or a cup will probably bo hung
up besides a heavy money prlzo, in order
to get tho best riders ln tho West Cracks
from Montana, Idaho and Wyoming will
probably put In appearance, and sotno
new man may vanquish the big ones. Tho
show will either bo given at Calder's, tho
Snlt Palace or Agricultural park. Local
horses will be shown ln singles, doubles
WILL "BUST" BRONCOS.
Novel Exhibition on Salt Palace Card
"Looping the saucer in in automobile"
Is the feature of a special bicycle meet
that Is to bo held at the track Wednes
day evening. Bert Fuller Is scheduled
to do the stunt, and as he has already
made one successful ride there is lltlla
doubt that he will be able to duplicate
Hardy Downing, the paced king of the
local track, will ride a match race with
John Chapman behind motors. The men
ride two mllo heats, best two out of three.
This is an Innovation in paced racing hero
and should prove much more popular than
the old way. Should a motor go wrong
In ono heat the rider will have an oppor
tunity to redeem himself.
Besides tho bicycle races, an athletic
program will be given. Charles Ross and
Frank Lewis will give an exhibition
wrestling match, best two out of three
Eight teams, composed of Austrians,
Greeks, Finns and other nationalities will
compete In a tug-of-war contest for a
purso of $100. This should be an exciting
Manager Stevens Is also arranging a
buckaroo contest and has secured the
promise of several rough riders who guar
antee to ride anything "that wears hair
or horns." This will be the first "bronco
busting" contest held here since the Pion
eer Jubilee in 1895.
Special to Tho Tribune
CHICAGO. III., Aug 13. Hawthorno en
tries for Monday follow:
First raco, two year olds, five fur
loncs Kate Zitt 105Albort Fir 118
Useaullady ..v. ...107 Lady Ellison 101
Frank Waddell II 10S
Montcvlrde 10S Devout 10S
Judge Sauflcy ..lOSBeforc .110
Capltallzo HOCostigan 110
Mychael Byrnes. .110 Matador 113
Second race, handicap, steeplechase,
Alma Girl 125 Weird 137
Sweet Jane 13ITrenct the
Nltrato 140 Mere 149
Hand Vlco 1G4 Martin Brady ....130
Charwlnd 170 Brady Charwlnd
Alleglallce 130 Corrlgan entry.
Third race, speculation stakes, ono
Princo Silver- Beau Ormonde ..119
wings 93 Phil Finch 93
Dalvay 101 Bombardier 105
Clifton Forge 10-i Princess Tulato .107
Fourth raco, selling, six furlongs
Ida Davis DO Agnes Brennan .. 93
My Alice 9oSkambok 93
Marco 93 Mayor Johnson .. 91
Sylvia Talbot ...102 Careless 102
Orfeo ....1U 1 Dragoon 103
King Ellsworth .103 Emperor of
The Fog 112 India 103
Fifth race, one mile and a sixteenth
Mabel Richard- Birch Broom 101
son 102Gregor K 100
Incubator 105 Judge Hlmes 112
Port Royal Ill
Sixth race, selling, one mile
Frcckman SS Golden Mineral .. 88
Ben Hey wood .... 9C Bay Wood 99
Frivol 102 Pearl Diver 102
Hallault 101 Mr. Farnum 104
Sir Hugh 101 Royalty .104
Harry Now .... 109
Seventh raco, two year olds, five fur
longs Dr. Kcnney 102Lasamltto 102
Rams Horn 105Hannzarra 113
John Smulskl . . .IIS
the seed produced this year and will sepa
rate tho single from the multiple-germ
seed, nnd it Is confidently expected that
lrom the boots which received special
treatment 30 per cent will prove to be of
the slnglo germ.
Prof. Townsend Is highly gratified with
tho season's experiments. He believes
that beets produced from the seed grown
l his year will produce seed that will bb
more than 50 per cent slngle-gcrm scod,
and that ultimately he will got a specie
that will invariably produce but a single
plant and which will mean a saving to
tho American farmer of $1,000,000 annu
ally. The Government Is also doing all it can
to assist in the production of tho neces
sary sugar-beet seed to supply the big
demand of American beet-sugar factories.
So far Utah has been more successful
than any other State, but In the question
of siloing the mother beets she has much
Large Percentage Lost.
During the winter months from 20 to 50
per cent are lost, the sugar company find
ing It almost Impossible to koep the beets
from either freezing or becoming over
heated. Prof. Townsond siloed a groat
number of beets at Washington last win
ter and lost but 2 por cent of them, and
theso were destroyed by rats. Ho will
return to Utah ln about two months and
harvest the slnglc-gorm beets at tho Sara
toga farm, after which various experi
ments will be conducted as to the best
method of storing the beets over winter,
and to ovolvo a system by which tho
mother boots may be kept without loss
till the tlmo of transplanting.
Next season other experiments ln tho
production of sugar-beet seed will bo
transferred to Lchl, and thla city will bo
mado tho center of sugar beet develop
ment. Eight acres will be planted ln
sugar beets by the departmont. and be
sides tho development of the slngle-gcrm
seed, experiments will be conducted with
the view of Increasing both tho size of
tho beet and the sugar content.
The different Insects and diseases that
attack tho sugar-beet plant will bo studied
and tho best remedies for their extinction
applied, and ln many ways tho Interests
of tho sugar-beot fanners will bo ad
vanced. While tho experiments will bo for the
bc-netlt of tho farmers all over the Nation,
the fact that thoy are made ln this State
will mean that Utah and the lnlormoun
taln States will bo the first and most di
Prof. Townsend deslrod to express his
appreciation of the practical assistance
of George Austin, general field superin
tendent for the Utah and Idaho Sugar
companies, who was largely responsible
for Inducing tho Government to transfer
tho auear-bcet experiment station to Utah.
IN GREAT FORM
His Defeat of "Sam" a
San Jose Youth Riding
Faster Than Ever
Redman Brothers Still Lead the Ama
teurs, While Samuelson Heads
By defeating the "Pride of Provo" and
trailing tho colors of the aspiring ama
teur, Ivor Redman, in the dust, Hardy
Downing rodo himself into the hearts of
hundreds of bicycle fans last week. Just
how tho San Joso wonder turned tho trick
may be a mystery to the uninitiated, but to
those who havo watched his dally practice
It was expected. "Watch Downing to
night" was the word repeatedly passed
among those who aro closo followers of
tho game, nor did they "watch" ln vain
to see the speedy Callfornlan circle tho
bunch and sail past the mighty Sam as
though he was anchored.
Sam didn't exactly relish his defeat, and
by hard training he worked back Into his
old form Frldtay and made the bunch trail
tho dust as usual. However, Downing
was close upon his tracks, and the Provo
lad had little to spai-o at the tape.
Among the amateurs the Redman broth
ers are kings and have things practically
their own way. Carl now leads tho per
centage list, with Iver close upon his
heels. Iver did somo clover riding Tues
day, when he circled his twenty-nine com
petitors on the last lap and shot across
tho tape, breaking Agraz's two-mile world
record and winning out ln ono of the most
spectacular races ever seen at the saucer.
The record of tho riders to dato Is as
1st. 2nd. 3rd. 4th. Tot
W. E. Samuelson 21 2 1 .. 113
Georgo H. Collett..... 3 6 2 4 41
Frank Hofmann 0 7 2 34
Hardy Downing ...... 2 C 1 4 31
N. C. Hopper 1 4 2 3 2;
Saxon Williams 13 3 1 21
J. E. Achorn 1 2 2 5 20
W. Palmer 14 11 20
C. L. Hollister 114 3 19
O. L. Stevens 2 .. 1 3 15
J. M. Chapman.,. 13 1 10
J. F. Stover '., .. 2 .. 4
J. P. Gunn 1 1
1st. 2nd. 3rd. 4th. Tot
Carl Redman 7 G 7 3 70
Iver Redman 9 4 2 1 C2
Emil Agraz 7 C 2 3 CO
E. B. Heagrcn 4 4 5 1 43
S. A. El s wood 16 6 1 33
Fred Cnstro 1 2 5 6 27
S. H. Wilcox 2 4 2 .. 26
Fred G. West 3 11.. 20
J. H. Tato., 13 1 10
Harry Wclscr 1 1 1 .. 10
T. D. Morgan 1 .. 2
A. G. Taylor l l
Carl Warr l i
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