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TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER r J
fAGE eight THE SAXT LAKE TOIBUKE. .
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I '"1" SPORTING NEWS SLTSZf.
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I COSTLY ERRORS
H BEAT :IDERS
Sail Lake Outfield
I Flayed laSL
I; Gobbled Up Everything That
Came Their Way--ln-!
field Lost,
j!
, Two-Base Hit by Stanley in Seventh,
i , Clinched Game for the
Indians.
'I . '
PACIFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE,
j Standing of the Clubs,
u w. PC.
I' 1 Boise 113 CH 47 -5Sjt
. ' Spokano "2 CO 52 .530
( Butto Ill 02 60 .463
J Salt Lako 112 4f -m
( Yesterday's Games.
Spokane G, Salt Lake 2.
Butte 2, Bolso 9.
j Special to The Tribune,
i SPOKANE, "Wash.. Sept. 5. Spokane
I won becauso Harmon had excellent 6up
't ,ort by the Infield, and Tozlcr'a team
j ' mates made costly errors In tho eamo
i I locality "when there were men on bases.
Stanley's two-base hit In tho seventh,
with two men on bases, clinched tho game
1 for the Indians. Spokano's outfield had
an off day, while on tho othor hand tho
Salt Lake outfielders gobbled everything
I coming their way. Attendance, 2100. Score;
SALT LAKE,
i AB. R. II. PO. A. E.
Muller. If 10 13 0 0
Clark, 1st b 3 0 0 7 0 0
1 Hauscn, c 4 0 13 2 0
Glmlln. cf 4 110 0 0
ni,n, , i n i n 7 i
I" Brtiyettc, ss 4 0 1 ' 4 1 2
I Forsythe, rf 4 113 0 0
I Bluth, 3b 10 12 10
I Tozler, p a 0 1 2 4 0
' Totals 33 2 S. 21 15 3
SPOKANE.
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
' I Rockenfleld, 2b 3 2 1 7 2 0
Stanley, c 2 0 2 4 1 0
' , Holland, lb 4 0 1 9 1 0
V .U Frnry, If 4 1 0 0 0 0 0
J Rellly, 3b 2 2 0 1 4 0
Howlctt, rf 2 0 0 6 0 1
' Murdock. cf 3 0 1 0 ,11
Ferris, ss 3 1 1 6 7 1 0
Harmon, p 4 1 0 1 4 ' 0
Totals 27 G C 27 20 2
Score by innings
Salt Lake 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1-2
Spokane 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 1 -6
Summary! Three-base hits, Forsythe,
i i (Timlin. Two-base, hit. Stanley. Sacrifice
I i llts, Ferris, Howlctt 2. Stolen bases,
' IJruyette, Rellly. Struck out, by Harmon
I I, by Tor.Icr 3. Bases. on balls, off Harmon
i 2, off Tozler 3. Left on bases, Spokane 3,
, Salt Lake S. Double play. Ferris to Hol
' land. Hit by pitcher, Rellly. "Wild pitch,
Tozler. Time of game, 1:60. Umpire, Da
vis. Attendance, 21C0.
' Batteries Tozler and Hausen, Harmon
and Stanley.
If AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
At Indianapolis First game, Indlanapo
. Us 1, Louisville 2; second game, Indlan-
ipolls 5, Loulsvlllo 5.
At Kansas City First game, Kansas
) City 2, Milwaukee 4. second game, Kan
r sas City 10, Milwaukee 4.
L At St. Paul Flrdt game, St. Paul 7, Mln
, neapolls 1; second game, Minneapolis 1,
St Paul 1.
At Columbus First gamo, Columbus 13,
Toledo 0; second game, Columbus 11,
i Toledo 1.
Iv BULL FIGHTS DON'T GO.
it Missouri Executive Directs St. Louis
County Officers to Stop Them.
JEFFERSON CITY. Mo.. Sent, E.-Gov.
, Dockory today directed the Sheriff and
f prosecuting attorney of St. Louis county
to stop tho bull fights, which, according
to the managements announcement, are
to be held dally hereafter until tho close
of tho World's fair.
Gov. Dockery expressed surprlso at
I Sheriff Hcncken's failure to' prevent Sun-
' day's exhibition. "Bull lights are con-
trary to tho law of Missouri," said the
, Governor, "and under no drcumstaucos
) will they bo tolerated."
I At Charter Oak Park.
) HARTFORD, Conn , SopL C Bofore a
trowd of SOX) persons tho grand circuit
I nect at Charter Oak Park opened today
, under the most auspicious condition, tho
J track being vory fast and tho wcathor
1 t'crfect. Summary;
I 2.14 class, purse 51200, pacing, best thrco
in live heats Bad News won tho first,
J second and fourth heats in 2:10, 2:12, 21014
Rosewood woi tho third heat in 2:lo!
J Nancy H., John McEwen, Margaret W
' and Fuzzy also started.
' ' 210 trot, purse $1200. best thrco in five
t Robert Mc. won the third, fourth and
ilfth heats in 2.10-, 2:13 , 2:15. Stanley
I t Dillon won tho first and second boats In
j 2 111A, 2:WV and was disqualified In tho
f fourth. Norrle, Direct View and Mctallaa
i r also started.
' 2 14 trot, pur30 $1200, best two In three
i L, Tuxcnlto won tho second, third and fourth
V heats in 2:lltf, 2:12. 2:13U. Hopper won
' the first heat In 2:ll,i. Tho General. M1I-
I Urd Anders and Henry Mac. also started.
, Revolver Team Match.
, ) SEAGIRT, N. J.. SopL 5. The revolver
I i m match, fifty yards, open to teams of
I iivo men from tho organizations of tho
, National Guard, the army. navy, marina
I 'n orps and of any foreign Government,
1 v. was won by squadron A of tho National
' Guard of the State of Now York, with a
i. lolal of 775 out of a posslblo 1GO0. Tho
. i Philippine cavalrj". a scrub team, finished
',r second, with 7CC. ,
-
' TEA
Can a very bad person .
like tea very much, do-you
' think? '
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SEASON ENDS AT BUTTE.
Fruit Pickers Defeated Miners in
Very Poor Game.
BUTTE, Mont.. Sept. G. The basoball
season was ended hero today. Butte lost
to Bolso In a very one-sided, unlntorcstlng
game. Thompson hail the team at his
mcrcv, allowing only five hits, lloon was
hit hard. Attendance, 300. Score:
BUTTE.
AB. R. II. PO. A. E.
Bandolln, If. 2 0 0 1 0 0
Runkle. ss 4 0 0 3 4 1
Shaffer, lb 4 0 2 7 0 1
Wllmot, rf ,...3 0 0 1 0 0
McIIah. cf. 2 10 110
Elsey. 3b 2 0 2 3 2 2
Spencer, c 2 0 0 0 3 0
Huber. 2b 3 0 1,210
Hoon, p. ..; 3 1 0 0 2 0
Totals '. 25 2 G IS 13 4
BOISE.
ATI n TT. PO.'A. E.
Weaver, c 3 3 3 C 1.0
Kellackey, lb 2 117 0 1
Mclntyre. 3b 4 1 2 0 0 0
O'Connell, 2b 4 0 0 3 G 1
Marshall, rf. !. 3 1 1 1 0 0
HoutK. If 3 2 1 3 0 0
Hammond, cf. 3 0 2 0 0 0
Babbitt, ss 3 0 1 2 4 0
Thompson, p 3 1 1 0 0 1
Totals 2S 9 12 21 10 3
Score by Innings .
Boise 1 1 4 1 0 2 -9
Butto 0 0 0 1 1 0 0-2
Summary Earned runs. Bolso 2; first
baso on errors, Boise 1, Butte 2: sacrlllco
hl(. Kellackey 2: stolen bases', O'Connell;
two-baso hit, Weaver: thrce-baso hit,
Shaffer; left on bases, Butte 7, Bolso G;
double plays. Babbitt to O'Connell to Kel
lackey 3, Huber to Runkle to Shaffer;
bases on balls, off Thompson G, off Hoon
3: struck out, by Thompson G; wild pitch,
Hoon; tlmo of gamo, 1:20; attendance, 300;
umpire, Smith.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Seattle, 7; Tacoma, 0.
SEATTLE. Sept. G.-Shlelds outpitched
St. Vraln thla afternoon and his support
helped him in pinches. Score:
R H E
Seattlo : 012 000 40? 7 11 i
Tacoma 000 000 000-0 3 G
Batteries Shields and Bhinkenship, St.
Vraln and Graham.
Tacoma, 4; Seattle, O.
TACOMA, Wash., Sept. 6. Overall
pltohed a splendid gamo and Tacoma
again outplayed Seattlo In every stago
this afternoon. For the second tlmo In
four days Overall shut tho visitors out,
allowing them but four singles. Tacoma
fielded well and batted opportunely, be
sides taking advantage of Seattle's errors
Of Tacoma's seven hits, lour were two
baggers. Score:
R. H. E.
Tacoma Ill 010 CO 1 7 1
Seattlo 000 000 0)0-0 4 3
Batteries Overall and Hogan, Williams
anu wiison; umpire, lorn urown.
Los Angeles, 0; San Francisco, 5.
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Sept. G. George
Wheeler celebrated his change from tho
Los Angeles to tho San Francisco team
by pitching a shutout gamo against his
old teammates. While tho locals mada
eight hits off Wheeler, they could not con
nect when men were on bases. Tho visit
ors played a good Holding game. Baum
was bit hard In the majority of tho in
nings. Score:
R. H. E.
Los Angeles 000 000 0000 8 3
San Francisco 110 OCO 000 G 12 0
Batteries Baum and Spies, Wheeler
and Gorton.
Delmar Results.
ST. LOUIS, May 5, Delmar summary:
First race, four and a half furlongs,
purse Col. Slmson won, McJetta second,
Ethel's Prldo third. Time, GGVi seconds.
Second race, six furlongs Debby May
won, Ingolthrlft second, Fiver third.
Time, 1:15.
Third race, mllo and twenty yards, sell
ing Miss Betty won. John Doyle second,
The Hebrew third. Time, l:45yi.
Fourth race, the Llborty handicap, mile
and seventy yards Boaster won, Mafalda
second, Taby Tosa third. Time, 1:46V4-
Flfth race, mile and an eighth, selling
Mainspring won. Pathos second, John Mc
Gulrk third. Tlmo. 1;GC.
Sixth race, five and a half furlongs,
purse Fruit won, Arlcna second, Damc
ron third. Time. 1;0S4.
Sovcnth race, six furlongs, selling
Whiskers won, Ono Mora second, Sid Sil
ver third. Time. 1;15.
At Sheepshcad Bay.
NEW YORK. Sept. 5. First race, stee
plechase, short course Good and Plenty
won, Georgia Pine second, Captlvator
third. Time, 4:14.
. v w, ai.iiiiit,i twill J1U.1L 1 li 1 -
longs Merry Lark won. Tramator second,'
Gilpin third. Time. 1:07 4-5.
Third race, Tho Sapphire, live and a half
Ifurlongs Agllo won, Hanscara second,
Beduoln third. Time, 1:001-5.
Fourth race, tho Ocean handicap, mile
Dainty won, Alan-a-Dalo second, Dolly
Spanker third. Time, 1:3?.
Fifth race, six and a half furlongs Au
ditor won, Dapplo Gold second, Major
Polham third. Time. 1:20 2-5.
Sixth race, mllo and a half on turf
Outcome won. Short Hoso second, Gar
nish third. Time. 2,331-5.
Harlem Summary.
CHICAGO, Sept. 5. Harlem summarv:
First race, six furlongs Bear Catch'or
won, Dehigoa second, Frontenac third.
Time, 1-12 3-5.
Second race, steeplechase, short course
Schwarzwald won, Lingo second, Alle
giance third. Time, 3.C01-5.
Third race, Twentieth Century handicap,
1 3-1G miles Tokalong won, Huzzah sec
ond, Miss Crawford third. Time, 1:DS 2-5.
Fourth race, milo and seventy yards
Harney won, D. L Mooro second. Blue
Mint third. Time. 1:45 1-5.
Fifth race, flvo furlongs Miss Inez won,
Portsmouth second, Tho Mist third. Time
1:01
Sixth racor mile and seventy yards R.
F. Williams won. Dutiful second. Begone
third. Time, 1:451-5.
Seventh race, mllo and seventy yards
Glorlosa won. Ethel Wheat second, Fleu
ron third. Time. 1:4G,
JOHN J. M'GRAW: HURT.
Manager New York National League
Team Seriously Injured.
NEW YORK, SopL 5, John J. McGraw.
manager of the Now York National
League team, sustained a dislocation of
tho left ankle and a possible fracture of
Bomo of tho bones of tho foot with tho
conclusion of the double-header botweon
Now York and BoHton clubs this after
noon. When Mortcs mado a hit to center-Acid
which brought In the winning run
In the second game, a largo number of
persons surged out on tho diamond and
nomo of tho moro enthusiastic raised tho
members of tho Now York team to their
shoulders. McGraw tripped and fell In
front of tho on-ruahlng mob and was
trampled on by many feet boforo bMng
extricated. A surgeon who examined the
Injured manager at the club-house gave
him temporary relief and ordered his
removal to a hospital.
Murray Beats Highland Boy.
An enthusiastic crowd of 2000 pcoplo
wcro present at tho ball game played yes
terday afternoon between the smeltermen
of Murray and a team from tho Hlghlnnd
Boy. The score was 7 to 0 In favor of tho
JIurray team.
FIERCE FIGHTS
New fork fate Two
More From Boston.
Thirty-Eight Thousand Par
sens Witnessed Double
Header.
Pittsburg and Cincinnati Had a
Pitchers' Battle and Honors
Were Divided.
NATIONAL LEAGUE. . '
Standing of Clubs.
P. W. L. P.C.
New York 119 SS 3L .710
Chicago 120 75 45 .623
Pittsburg lie C7 49 .G7S
Cincinnati 119 CS 61 .572
St. Louis 122 CO C2 .492
Eoston 122 45 77 .3l
roolclyn 115 40 75 .348
Philadelphia 120 35 So .292
Yesterday's Games.
Philadelphia Brooklyn 4; first gamo.
Philadelphia 2, Brooklyn 3; second gamo.
St. Louis 1, Chicago 3; first game.
St. Louis 2, Chicago 4; second game.
Pittsburg 3, Cincinnati 6; Hrst game.
Pittsburg 1, Cincinnati 0; second game.
New York 0, Boston 1; first game.
New York 4, Boston 3; second gamo.
New York Adds Two More.
NEW YORK, Sept. 6. Nearly 33.0CO
persons witnessed the double-header be
tween New York and Boston today. Tho
locals won both games. The first proved
easy to the homo team, but tho second
waa in doubt up to tho second half of tho
ninth Inning, when Browne's double, a
bnso on balls and Mertes's timely hit to
fi.nlr acnroil tlin M-lnnlur- toll. AHnmL
ance, 37,300. Scores:
FIRST GAME.
R. II. E.
Now York 001 201 20 G 9 1
Boston 000 000 001 1 S 1
Batteries. Mathcwson and Bowcrman,
Wilhclm and Need ham; two-baso hit,
Tcnny; thrce-baso hits, Dolehanty. Don
lln, Necdham; homo runs, Bowcrman,
Dunn; base on balls, off Wilhclm 4; struck
out, by Mathowson 5; umpire, Moran.
SECOND GAME.
R. H. E.
Now York 020 000 011 I 11 I
Boston 200 010 0003 7 3
Batteries, Ames and Warner, Plttlngcr
and Needham; two-base hits, Browne,
Mcrtes; three-base hits, Donlin, Dunn,
Abbatachlo, Cooley; baso on balls, off
Plttlngcr 3; struck out. by Ames 10, by
Plttlngcr 5; umpire, Moran.
Divided Honors in Quaker City.
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 5. Brooklyn
had tho morning gamo well In hand until
tho ninth Inning, when Scanlan gave two
bases on balls and was hit safely threes
times, giving tho locals thrco runs and
tho game. Score:
. R. IT. E.
Brooklyn 000 301 0001 8 3
Philadelphia OOL COO 0136 10 0
Battcrlea, Scanlan and Rltter. Corrldon
and Dooln; two-baso hit. Gloason; homo
run, Lumley; base on balls, off Scanlan 4,
off Corrldon 1; struck out, by Scanlan 2.
by Corrldon 3; umpires, Emsllo and Car
penter. AFTERNOON GAME.
Brooklyn won the afternoon game bv
timely hitting In tho, eighth Inning. At
tendance, 4S&0. Score:
R. II. E.
Brooklyn 000 000 0303 S 2
Philadelphia 000 001 my 2 G 4
Batteries. Jones and Rltter, Frazcr and
Roth; two-base hits, Shrcckhard, Thom
as; baso on balls, off Frazcr 2; struck out.
by Jones 2; by Frazcr 3; umpires, Emsllo
and Carpenter.
Chicago Takes Two.
ST. LOUIS. Sept. 6.-St. Louis lost tho
first game, which waa marked by poor
fielding- by both sides. Attendance, 4000.
Score: R. H. E.
St. Louis 000 000 100 1 7 3
Chicago 001 011 000 3 S 4
Eatterles Taylor and McLean; Brlggs
and Kllng. Baso on balls Off Brlggs, 2;
off Taylor, 2. Struck out By Brlggs, 4;
by Taylor, 2. Umpire Zimmor.
AFTERNOON GAME.
Lundgren, in the second game, held tho
local team safe and Chicago won easily.
Attendance. 6100.
Score: R. H. E.
St. Louis 000 000 200 2 4 2
Chicago , .040 000 000 4 10 1
Batteries Nichols and Zearfoss; Lund
gren and O'Neill. ' Two-base hits Breck
ley, Chance. O'Neill. Thrce-baso hits
Nichols, Slaglc. Baso on balls Off
Lungdrcn, 6. Struck out By Nichols, 5;
by Lundgren, G. Umpire Zlmmor.
Split Even at Pittsburg.
PITTSBURG, Sept. 5. Inability to hit
Kahn lost the morning gamo for Pitts
burg. Cincinnati mado tho most of Its
runs on errors. Attendance, 3SC0.
Scoro: R. H. E.
Pittsburg 101 010 COO 3 G 4
Cincinnati 002 020 100 5 10 1
Batteries Flaherty and Phelps; Hahn.
Schlel and Peltz. Two-base hits Ritchie,
Wagner, Odwell, Stelnfeldt. Base on
balls Off Flaherty, 1; off Hahn, 3. Struck
out By Flaherty, 2; by Hahn, -L Um
pire Johnstone.
AFTERNOON GATE.
Ritchie's two-bagger, followed by Wag
ner's single scored Pittsburg's only run.
The balance of tho game was a light be
tween the pitchers, both having excellent
support. Attendance, 9200.
Scoro: R. n. E.
Pittsburg ...000 100 00 1 fi i
Cincinnati 000 000 000 0 4 1
Batteries Lynch and Phelps: Ewlng
and Peltz. Earned runs Pittsburg, i
Two-baso hits Ritchie, Wagnor, Kcllcy'
Baso on balls Oft Lynch, 2; off Ewlng, l.
Struck out By Lynch, 6; by Ewlng, 4
Umpire Johnston.
Hundred-Mile Bicycle Race.
CHICAGO. Sept. 6. The annual 1C0
rnllo bicycle road raco of tho Century
club over tho Chlcago-Llbertyvillo-Whecl-Ing
colirao today was won by Fred
Schlcwitt of this city In G hours and 17
minutes, lowering tho record six minutes.
Schlowltt had a handicap of thirty min
utes. Thnro were thirty-four participants
in the r"
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Chicago Defeats Detroit.
DETROIT. SepL 6. Chicago won both
games today boforo ono of tho largest
crowds that over gathered nt Rcnnott
park. Attendance, 10.000. Scoro:
FIRST GAME.
R. H. E.
Detroit COO 000 000-2 9 1
Chicago 320 000 000-5 9 0
Batteries Donovan and Drill; Altrock
and McFarland.
SECOND GAME.
R. H. E.
Detroit 000 000 000-0 3 3
Chicago 202 000 0001 G , 1
Battorles-Mullln and Bovlllc; White
and SulIIvrtn.
Boston Takes Two.
BOSTON, Sept. 5. Boston won a loosely-played
game from Washington this
morning with easo. Hughes was wild
and Ineffective and his support a great
deal worso than tho error column Indi
cates. Attendance, 7000. Score:
FIRST GAME.
R. II. E.
Boston 100 011 27 12 11 4
Washington 210 000 101 5 10 2
Batteries Winter and Farroll; Hughea
and Kittredgp.
SECOND GAME.
Hard hitting by the homo team In tho
critical stages of the gamo drovo Wolcot
from tho box and Boston won. Attend
ance, 15,300 Score:
R. H. E.
Boston 231 011 00-S 13 0
Washington COO 000 3003 9 4
Batteries Gibson anfl Crlgor; Wolf,
Jacobsen and Clarke.
Even Split at Cleveland.
CLEVELAND, Sept. G. Although
Clovoland outbattcd St. Louis this morn
ing, moro than two to ono, the locals
nearly throw tho game away, making llvo
errors, which gave St. Louis all Its runs.
Phalcn was put out of tho gamo In the
ninth for grabbing Umplro O'Laughlln
whllo making si protest. Attendance,
470O. Score.
R. II. E.
Clovoland 102 000 01' 1 9 G
St. Louis .100 100 010 3 4 0
Batteries Hess and Bcmls; Pclty and
O'Connor.
St. Louis won tho afternoon game,
bunching hits off Donohuo In tho fourth
and fifth Innings.. Cleveland was not ablo
to find Glade until tho sevonth. Score:
R. H. E.
Cleveland 000 000 101-2 8 2
St. Louis 000 320 000-rG 11 0
Batteries Donohuo and Buolow: Glade
and Sugden.
Break Even in New York.
NEW YORK. Sept. 5. Now York and
Philadelphia broko oven In today's double-header,
Chcsbro's good pitching and
a timely hit by Keolcr won tho first gamo
for the locals. Tho visitors outbatted tho
home team In the second gamo. although
Waddel was batted out of tho box In tho
Ilrst Inning. Attendance, 24,000. Scoro:
FIRST GAME.
R. IT. E.
Philadelphia 000 COO 100-1 I 2
New York 000 020 00 2 8 2
Batteries Coakley and Noonan; Chcs
bro and Klelnow.
SECOND GAME.
R. H. E.
Philadelphia 200 003 0027 12 2
Now York 200 03 0002 G 1
Batteries Waddell, Bender and
Scbreck; Powell, Clarkson and Klelnow.
WESTERN LEAGUE.
Des Moines Winns Double Header.
DES MOINES. Sept. 6. Timely work
vlth tho stick won a double-header for
Dcs Moines from St. Joseph today. Ma
jor, a new find used by Des Moines In tho
second game, gave ten bases on balls,
but won out by tho aid of brilliant sup
port. Scores:
FIRST GAME.
' R. IT. E.
Des Moines 000 401 01 G 7 1
St. Joseph 002 010 000 3 9 3
Batteries Lifleld and G. Clarke; Dlchl
and Garvin.
SECOND GAME,
R. H. E.
Des Moines 700 000 00 7 9 1
St. Joseph 001 100 000 2 5 4
Batteries Major and Townc; Hodson
and Garvin.
Good Ball at Colorado Springs.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Sept. 5,-Colora-do
Spring lost the first gamo today
through errors at critical stages. In tho
second game the locals started after Ey
ler In the first inning and scored live runs,
then tho ever-present errors appeared
and Denver tied the scoro In tho ninth.
Tho game was called In tho tenth on ac
count of darkness. Scores:
FIRST GAME.
R. H. E.
Colorado Springs . . . 100 000 400 5 7 G
Denver 100 200 201 G 9 2
Batteries Vllloman and Bacrwald; Vol
lcndorff, Hostotter nnd Lucia.
SECOND GAME.
i R. H. E.
Colorado Springs ..6CO 002 OCO'O 7 II l
Denver 100 200 202 7 15 2
Batteries Maupln and Bacrwald; Eylor,
Hostetter and Lucia.
Omaha Adds Two to Score.
OMAHA. Sept. G. Omaha took two
games from Sioux City today. Tho visit
ors were unable to hit Brown safelv In
tho first. In the second a brace of "hits
and errors mixed In tho llrst and sovcnth
Innings gave tho homo team 17 scores.
Scores:
FIRST GAME.
R. II. E.
.Omaha S02 011 20x 9 9 2
Sioux City 001 000 0CO 14 2
Batteries Brown and Gondlng; Linda
man and Kelly.
SECOND GAME.
R. H. E.
Omaha 500 000 12 2 19 8 2
Sioux City 200 220 0 10 7 9 G
Batteries Pfclster, Quick and Gondlng;
Cadwalladcr, Jarrett and Starnaglo.
SWIMMING TOUPvNAMENT.
Summary of Results at World's Fair
Grounds.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. o. World's fair
grounds, Olympic swimming tournament:
One-mllo championship won by E.
Rausch of Germany; second, G. K. Iss
of Budapest, Hungary; third, Francis
Galley, Olympic club, San Francisco.
Time. 27:181-5. .Thi.s beats tho world's
record. '
GOO-yard championship Won by Zoltan
Holoway, Budapest. Hungary; second, M.
Daniels, New York Athletic club. New
Y'ork; third, J. Scott Leary, Olympic
club, San Francisco. Time, 11:02 4-G. This
equals tho world s record.
Half-mllo handicap Won by James
Hardy, ISO seconds. Chicago, Y. M, C. A.
A. C; second. Max Papc of Germany. 175
seconds; third, H. HandleV, 170 seconds,
New York A. C, New Y'ork. Tlmo. H:1G.
Plungo for distance Won by W. R.
Dickey, New Y'ork A. C, New York; sec
ond. E. H. Adams, New York A. C; dis
tance, 62 feet G inches.
The water polo championship between
the Now Y'ork Athletic club team and the
Missouri Athletic club was won by New
York by a scoro of 1 to 0.
BATTLING IEIM
GETS DECISION
Twenty Rounds of
fierce Fipag.
Lightweights Waded Bnto
Each Other With Ham
mer and Tongs.
Herrera Scored tho Only Knockdown
of tho Fight, Which 10,000 Peo
ple Witnessed.
BUTTE, Mont, SopL G. Aftor twenty
rounds of tho fiercest milling over wit
nessed In this city, "Battling" Nelson,
beforo 10,000 persons, was this afternoon
given the decision over Aurollo Herrera,
tho Mexican. From tho tap of tho boll
for tho opening round tho two light
weights wndod into each other with ham
mer and tongs. Nelson carried tho fight
to . Herrera almost without cessation
throughout the twenty rounds.
Herrera Scores Knockdown.
Herrera scored tho only knockdown of
tho fight, sending the Chicago ladN to tho
floor In tho fourth with a hard
right on tho Jaw, and Nel
son took tho count of nine. Under
tho rules, Herrera was obliged to rotlro
to his corner, and beforo ho could get nt
Nelson ngaln "tho latter had recovered
partially from his dazed condition and
was able to block tho rain of blows tho
Mexican was swinging wildly at hlra.
Horrora Drops His Guard.
Horrent In frantic efforts to land a
knockout dropped hl3 guard and Nelson,
with a right swing, caught tho Mexican
on tho sUlo of tho Jaw, staggering him.
A rush of Nelson then sent tho Mexi
can up against tho ropes, and Nel
son, although groggy himself, appeared
to havo the dark-skinned fighter on dizzy
street. Tho gong sounded with both men
fighting wildly.
Nelson Mixed Fiercely.
In tho succeeding round Nelson showed
no 111 effects as tho result of his knock
down, mlxlnc It fiercely with tho Mexi
can, who was unablo to uso his wallop
effectively. The Chicago lad was fighting
at such close Quarters as to placo the
Mexican at a disadvantage. Though
Herrera repeatedly crossed his right on
Nelson, his blows lacked their former
forco and seemed to only sting the clever
Chicago man Into creator activity and
llerconess.
Nelson Severely Pounded.
The capacity of Nelson to take punish
ment was marvelous and his tenacity In
pushing the Issuo with tho swarthy op
ponent following rain of blows from tho
Bokorsfiold lad, called forth prolonged
applause of tho fans. Crouching low Nel
son would meet the Mexican's peculiar
turtlo guard with almost impunity, send
ing right-arm Jolts to tho body In volleys.
Herrera Clinches to Save Himself.
Nelson was not fatigued, and continual
hammering on tho Mexican's body weak
ened him until the ninth, when Herrera
clinched to savo himself from tho bom
bardment of blows rained upon him by tho
Dane. Tho Mexican was breathing hard,
whllo Nelson apparently was as fresh as
In tho opening round.
Herrera Draws First: Blood.
Herrera drew llrst blood In -tho seventh
with a ripping left to Battllng's mouth.
In tho eighth Nelson, with a stiff Jab to
tho Mexican's nose, started the claret,
and repeated Jabs to tho member caused
Herrera to bleed profusely throughout the
remainder of the fight.
Made Rally in Ninneteenth.
Tho Mexican mado a rally In tho nine
teenth, but his blows lacked stenm, and
tho Dane rocked tho Mexican's head re
peatedly with left Jabs which he followed
by vicious swings that caused Herrera to
clinch.
Mexican Wild in Twentieth.
In the twentieth round Herrera went
after Nelson In a wild manner, his blows
being cleverly blocked by tho Chicago lad,
who sent In his left and right to tho
Mexican's body with telling eifect.
What Men Fought For.
The men fought for a purso of $3500, GO
per cent for the winner and 40 per cent
for tho loser. Several thousand dollars
changed hands on the light. Horrora went
into tho ring a favorlto at odds of 60 to 40.
GARDINER KNOCKED OUT.
Kid Everett Puts Him to Sleep in
Ninth Round.
NEW YORK, Sept. 5. Jack Gardiner of
Chicago was knocked out In tho ninth
round of a fight with "Kid" Everett of
this city. The bout was hold on tho banks
of tho Hudson, opposite Yonkers, and
was witnessed by 200 enthusiasts, who
went to tho wceno In launches. Gardiner
had much tho worst of the battlo through
tho seventh and eighth rounds. In tho
ninth ho rallied, but wafl knocked down
for tho count. When he got up Evcrott
sent a Jab to tho Jaw which sent him
down and out. Ho did not recover con
sciousness until twenty minutes later.
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h the Champion :
Tennis Tournament Was Concluded
Yesterday Morning at tho B
Street Court.
In the presenco of 500 tennis enthusiasts,
James Salisbury yesterday won tho cham
pionship for singles in tho tennis tourna
ment, defeating his brother, Walker, C-3,
C-3, C-I. Tho gamo Is said to have been
tho best ever seen In tho State, and whllo
as usual the playing of Walker Salisbury
was characterized by brilliant work. In
the end tho steady, careful, playing of tnct
elder Salisbury mndo him the victor. Tho
gamo was watched with intense interest
bv the crowd gathered In the B street
court, whero tho finals wore played, and
both younjr men woro warmly congratu
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With tho victory of yesterday Mr. Salis
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tho championship for doubles, these,
young men having defeated T. C. Griffin
and Walker Salisbury, 0-7, 4-C, 1-C, 7-0, C-3,
last week.
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OGDEN NINE DEFEATED.
Eureka Victor in tho Ball Game in
tho Tintic Camp.
Special to Tho Tribune.
EUREKA. Utah. Sept. B. Tho Eureka
ball team defeated the Ogdon nine at tho
local diamond again this afternoon, tho
score belnp 10 to 7. Chlvroll, tho local
pitcher, was somewhat wild in tho early
part of tho game, but had beautiful sup
port. Ho walked four men In succession
In tho fourth Inning, but got down to
business later in tho game. The ten hits
which he allowed tho visitors wero scat
tered, Splllman, the slab artist, who
opened the game for Ogden, pitched good
ball until tho fourth Inning when bo went
astray. Ho hit three of the Eureka bail
ers, walked another, and mado a. wild
pitch and then was relieved by Shurtllff.
The members of tho Ogden team plavcd
better ball than thoy did yesterday when
tho scoro was 7 to 2 In favor of Eureka,
Scoro by Innings:
Eureka 020 -140 00-10
Ogden 000 222 010 7
Summary Hits Oft Chlvrol, 10; off Splll
man, 0.; off Shurtllff, C. Struck out By
Chlvrell. C; by Splllman, 1; by Shurtllff, 3.
First baso on balls Off Splllman. -1; off
Shurtllff, 1; off Chlvroll, G. Hit by pitch
er Shurtllff. Chlvrell twice, Douglass and
McFarland. Home run Mortensen
Passed ball Henry, 1. Wild pitches Splll
man, 1; Chlvrell. 1, Loft on bases Eu
reka. 1; Ogden. 7. First baso on errors
Eureka, 3; Ogden, 2. Time of gamo, 2 OG
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Capt Arnold 101 Tho Ladr v -
Foncasta 31 Fos3ll . "7
William Wright., 31 ' Itf
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Singing Master . 107 Fly Lady ;
Pickaway ICS CapL Xtm&t- .
Tho Fog 11C End Sin 3 r
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John Smulskl ....US Big Deaci" mTii
Ono Way KOMonto ..4t'"i a'
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Lord Dixon 107 '? jf-
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Fortuny 109 Soldier of p,
Lachaporone 109 tuna , 5f
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Viola 33 Jusque La ,"r
Major Manslr ...103 Ben ChauF
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Idaho Woman Drowaei 9,
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