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tobpayJ,IORNI5?g September 24, 1904. THE SALT LAKE TJHBXJGffE. page seveb , 'jjS
y Ho I.
rand Hoon on the Slab
One of Fastest Games
: of the Season.
iial of Faithful Tans Rewarded
Seeing National League Base-vjij-oine
of the Features.
EfpiCIC COAST LEAGUE.
!. standing of the Clubs.
P. W L. P.C,
123 SO -19 .021
--" .12S 73 55 .570
W " ' . .127 51 73 .125
j '. ".' . ...123 49 79 .33
,i' Yesterday's Games.
e : S;kane. S.
lUif, 1, ButlC 0
ldtissaitt Wihly Raines
Us been Ken at Walker's Pari;
pi: was won by the Elders yes
!t afternoon after nine innings of
tf' baseball. Throughout the
. teateat tie Butte Miners were
' to force a single runner across
fW; and the side o the score
lilovrs an unoroken string of
a The Elders fartd but little
- Tor seven Innings not a Salt
jUter completed the circuit, but
i! hitler part ot this session the
i cadged to squeeze out tl-e
Ems and Tozier Pitch Some,
if Hoon and Tozier were the op
4 bb artists and both pitched
oful ball. Hoon had wonderful
i snd for six Innings only two'
His were secured off his delivery.
Ml ex-amalcur handed out the
; ilan" McGinnity article of
i He struck out but two men
"he entire contest, but kept the
siats within each reach of the
'ttt had remarkable control also,
hi more speed than he has shown
k local grounds this year. Bases
tli were very scarce. The Elder
iar kept his hits confined to safe
srr Occasionally the Miners
I! lard a safe one. but Tozier held
full In check and prevented the
w from connecting with nls shoots
l til! meant runs.
; Some Fast Fielding,
brilliant ploys were pulled
tafof the afternoon that added gln
lo tie gam Delmas speared a
ri out toward second In the
lining that looked plenty safe,
!at every one of the lnflcldera
Litem at something fancy. Ed
Mt( the local shortstop, sprained
pile In the opening iunini; and
fa" Muller was called In Ic take
Nut. Muller handled everything
ittoe his wny and assisted in a
the ninth that retired the
P ti'l cinched the contest.
Ect tie Run Was Made.
Jj, ULatt's only run was made In the
tjiabclng Hausen. th '-rut lr.nn
Iti over second bnse. The nxt
r-erlshetl and "Warhorse Bill"
- 'o the middle station when
hit by a pitched ball.
"Jitt catne next, and after a
I si mlfKP rapped the hall out
. F;nd for wo sacks. Di-lnglns in
T run ot he day and landing
J third. The next man up
i m the Saints scored no more.
;, ty persons witnessed the
1 The score,
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I K i 0 1 -I 3 0
K uv 4 0 0 0 11
3 0 0 U 0 1
JflRo 3 g i i o 0
B1' '3 0 o i 0
E". 6 ALT LAKE.
$-'!". 3 J 1 3 5
Jwlt,"', j 0 0 1 U 0
-.I 3 0 110 0
f t J 0 0 3 2 0
U iSdnw--29 1 1 5 1
I 't... , J2 3JGC7S9
' .. " i "9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
ti ..o 1 2 0 0 2 0 1 o-c
0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 -3
I i " o " o o o' o i o -i
T J I M o 1 : 1 '-0
& 't-U'j. , I , 0 0 W 0 1 0 0 0 .1-2
K ;t - MlB. ciiirk. Uasen on balls.
i? ') 1 . l?rv; '- Struck out. by
wV J,J ' ' ii ,'i'rt,ou bnsefl- Salt
: . ho ,M0 play,, Million to
fS L ' l d I'ltchcs. Tossler 1.
2 , 1 r'l,,L' . J5'"'' 2. Jilt
S J'-,t'-y. Spnncxr, Oel-
tV :'l '-r. Glmlin. Sac
l irne of game, 10.
Hi - r:t-!l Enjoined.
' rourih Judicial
A, ' "r,tt n decision
B r '. . . n.'', Important by
If ' 1 thin ruling, pcr-
V ' ,i 1 rt,edlng of
K r : u r,lH 'prlvl-
i . i . ' ,ai,,lr- nd any
t ,r ,1l,s WltllftUt pcr-
I'1 ' i i f.il"' G'-i!' -mh vo.
l-,'J it It. nVJ0" V,,,ich this
Wi unc.ion 11 -n.U CU5 t e , jurt
ferir,CUon against Ellla ua the
5fftottben,cwrhVc moved. Now
G .RDNl.R-FLYNN go.
Light Heavy-Weight Champion to
epcclal to The Tribune
BUTTE. Mont.. Sept. 23. George
Gardner of Lowell, Mnsss., light heavy
weight champion of the world, will
probably meet Jimmy Flynn of Pueblo,
Colo., In Butte some time during the lat
ter part of October. Gardner and
Flynn recently fought a ten-round draw
In Denver, the battle put up by the
Pueblo man surprising the ring follow
ers. Flynn is confident that In a
longer battle he can defeat Gardner.
The Silver Bow Athletic club Is con
ducting negotiations for the match, and
both men have practically assented to
the meeting, which will take place after
the Gardncr-"YVlllle go In Spokane dur
ing fair week, in October.
Boise, 6; Spokane, 8.
Special to The Tribune.
BOISE, Ida.. Sept. 23. The unexpected
happened Spokane won a game. How It
occurred no one Is able to tell exactly, tho
most reasonable explanation being that,
since Boise has clinched the pennant, a
reaction has sot In that has measurably
unnerved tho locals. Although rain
threatened there was a large crowd pres
ent, and a series of goosc-egga maile it
uninteresting for them until tho last half
of tho sixth, when Spokane ran In two
tallies. From that on It was score for
score, but the locals were never able to
overcome the lead of two.
In tho last half of the ninth It looked as"
though Boise had decided on another of
those garrison finishes. A batting rally
occurred that net tho bleachers In motion
in lively, fashion, but the McCloskoyltes
died after scoring a quartette of runs.
Both Dammann and McFarlan wore
pounded unmercifully at times. Hogg has
left the Spokane team, going to Port
land. The score:
A.B. R. H. P.O. A. E.
Weavor, cf 6 1 2 0 0 0
Kcllackcy, c 5 2 1 S 3 0
Mclntyrc, 3b, -112 0 12
Marshall. 2b 5 0 3 3 2 1
Houtz, If 4 0 0 2 0 0
Hammond, rf 4 1 2 0 0 0
O'Connell. lb 4 0 18 0 1
Babbitt, ss 3 0 1 G 4 0
McFarlan, p 4 1 1 0 6 0
Totals 3S 6 13 27 16 4
A.B. R, H. P.O. A. E.
Bockenncld. 2b 4 2 2 3 2 1
Howlett, If 5 3 2 1 0 0
Holland, rf 4 0 1 1 0 0
ShafTer. lb 3 0 1 13 0 0
Fiary. c 5 0 2 6 0 0
Rellly. 3b 4 0 0 0 1 0
Murdock. cf 3 1 1 0 0 1
Ferris, ss 3 2 113 0
Dammann, p 4 0 1 0 5 0
Totals '..3S- 1 ll 27 11 2
Score by InnlngH
Boise 000 000 114 G
Spokane 00-) OD2 114 S
Summary Earned runs, Boise 2; two
base hits, O'Connell. Rockenfleld; threc
baao hit, Marshall; sacrlilce hits, Mcln
tyrc. Houtz, Murdock: stolen base, Hol
land; double plays. Mclntyrc to Babbit to
O'Connell; Marshall to Kcllackcy ; Mc
Farlan to Kcllackcy to O'Connell; first
base on errors, Boise 2, Spokane 3; left
on bases. Boise 8. Spokane 7; struck out,
b- Mr'Virlan 6. by Dammann 4; bases on
balls, of McFarlan 5, off Dammann 1: hit
by pitcher. Rockenfleld; wild pitch. Dam
mann. Umnlre Davis. Time of game
1-.1CT. Attendance, 10CO. I
Standing of the Clubs.
P. W. L. P.C.
New York 134 S-l 50 . 627
Uoston 138 85 53 . 010
Chicago 137 79 5S .57C
Philadelphia 130 73 67 .562
Cleveland i 131 73 ol .&44
St Louis 136 57 79 .410
Detroit 13o K i9 -115
Washington 135 32 103 .237
Cleveland. 1; New York, 1; game called,
on account of darkness.
Detroit, 3: Boston. 4.
Played a Tio Game.
CLEVELAND, O.. Sept. 23.-Cleveland
and Now York played a tie game, dark
ness puttings an end to the contest at the
o..tl of tho ninth lnulng. Attendance. 1200.
Score: R. H. F
Cleveland 103 000 000 1 8 1
New York 001 000 000- 1 7 4
Batteries Bernhard and Buclow; Powell
Detroit, 3; Boston, 4,
DETROIT. Sept. 23. The locals lo3t to
day. Attendance, 200. Score: H E
Detroit 000 010 200- 3 10 i
Boston . 210 010 000- 4 10 4
Batteries Mullln. Raymond and Drill;
Young and Crlgcr.
Sioux City, 5; Denver, 8.
SIOUX CITY. Sept. 23. Denver again
won by superior playing. Score:
Battcrlca Cadwallader and Leslie;
llostottcr and Lucia.
- Omaha, 4; St. Joseph, 5.
OMAHA. Neb.. Sept. 23 -St. Joseph took
a rame to&ny by reason of ten hits Eight
thousand school children wero in attend
ance at the came. Score. r
Dm-ha , 210 000 100- 4 'I 3
St Joseph 001 210 001- 5 10 2
Batteries Sanders and Gondlng; DIehl
and Garvin. "
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Tacoma, 5; San Franclsno, 4.
TACOMA, Sept. 23. In a slow game Ta
coma took the fourth atraight victory
froCsan Francisco. Kccfe was hit hard
er than Barber, but the latter was wild
and the home team ran bases better, fcr
ors cost a run on each side. Ilildcbrand'n
home rui wa the feature, while Casey
Snd EBan made sensational play. Score:
Batterlcs-Keefo and Graham; Barber
and Leahy. Umpire-Brown.
Seartlc, 5j rcrr'-n; -
qPATTLB, Wash.. Sept. 23.-ScattIo
won with ease, batting lberg for nine hits
in the th rd inning and netting Boven runs
Stanley caught his tlrst gumc for Portland
md save for a passed ball on a croas sig
nal did well. Score: R E
qp,ttl. 107 ICO 00 9 1G 2
Portland".:"... 0 000 010-1 4 4
uottprlcB Shields and Wilson; lberg,
Haatlnga'nd Stanley- Umpire-McCarthy.
Hesrora to Meet Goodman.
ni'TTE. MonU Sept. 23Tho Good--Tn
Attei ilcht hns been abandoned, and
nsltA Aurello Horroni. tho Mexican,
will meet Goodmnp on October 1. Al
Tel s ralluro to arrive in tlmu to properly
train for "the match wm the : cause of hu
Silver Bow Athlotic olub cAlllnu off the
Gieets Fail to Score
Brooklyn Wins Wei! Played
Game From Chi
cago. Ewing for Cincinnati Strikes Out
Twolve Bostonians by Supply
ing "Spit Ball."
Standing of the Clubs.
P. W. L. P.C.
New York 139 101 33 .727
Pittsburg 135 79 56 .5S5
Chicago 137 SI 53 .613
Cincinnati 137 7t 59 .50
St. Louis 135 65 70 .451
Brooklyn 136 52 S4 .352
Boston ..140 49 01 .350
Philadelphia 140 45 94 .529
Boston 1, Cincinnati 2.
Brooklyn 3, Chicago 2.
New York 0, Pittsburg 7.
Philadelphia S, St. Louis 6.
Philadelphia, S; St. Louis, 6.
PHILADELPHIA, Sept 23. Phlladel-
Chla defeated St, Louis today in a hard
lttlng, loosely-played game. Attendance,
R. H. E.
St. Louis 000 300 300-G 12 4
Philadelphia 003 310 10-3 15 3
Batteries O'Neill and Grady: Suthoft
and Dooln; two-base hits. Lush, Donahue;
three-base hits, McGce, Dunleavy, Grady;
bases on balls, off Suthoft 2, on O'Neill 1;
struck out, by Suthoff 3, by O'Neill 2. Um
New York, O; Pittsburg, 7.
NEW YORK, Sept. 23. New York failed
to score against Pittsburg today. Attend
ance, 25Q0. Score:
R. H. E.
Pittsburg ....4 030 000 004 7 S 3
New York 000 000 000-O 2 3
Batteries Cn-. and Phelps; Bowcrman,
Ames, Dunn nnd Marshall; bases on balls,
off Ames 6, oft Boworman 1, off Case 3;
struck out, by Ames 3, by Caso 5. Um
pires Moran and O'Day.
Brooklyn, 3; Chicago, 2.
BROOKLYN," Sept. 23. Brooklyn won a
well-plaved game from Chicago today. At
tendance. 10W. Score;
R. H. E.
Chicago 000 000 2002 5 1
Brooklyn 002 001 00-3 6 0
Batteries Wcimer and Kllng; Jones and
Bergen; two-base hits. DImon, Sheckard,
McChcsney; thrce-baso hit. Tinker; bases
on balls, off Jones 2, off Welmcr 2; struck
out, by Jones 2, by Welmer 5. Umpires
Eroslio and Carpenter
Boston, 1; Cincinnati, 2.
BOSTON, Sept. 23. Ewing struck out
twelve Boston players today by employ
ing the so-called "spit ball." Attendance,
im- SCrC: R. II. E
Cincinnati 000 100 KO-2 7 0
Boston 000 000 0101 7 1
Batteries Ewing and Schlcl; Plttinger
and Ncedham; two-base hits, Barclay,
Gcir; bases on balls, off Ewing 1. off Plt
tinger 2; struck out, by I3wlng 12, by Pit
linger 2. Time of game 1: So. Umpire
OLYMPIAN GOLF TOURNEY.
Finals Will Be Contested in Bcal In
ST. LOUIS. Mo., Sept. 21 Finals to
morrow for the Olympian golf champion
ship will be contested In real International
stvle b the United States Golf associa
tion champion, II. Chandler Egan. of Ex
moor, and George S Lyon of Toronto.
Canada. Each won his match today in
the semi-final game. Egan defeating P. B.
McKinnlc, the St. Louis champion. 4 Up,
3 to plnv. It was not until the last put
was holfd on the thlrt -sixth green that
the Canadian ex-champlon eliminated
from the tourney F. C. Newton of Seattle.
Battling hard for two rounda. victory
appearing, to rest first with the Pacific
coast man and then with his veteran rival
Newton had to succumb to hard luck and
lost, one down. Afters most Interesting
morning battle the Canadian had a lead
of ono hole. Only one strlko in medal
play separated them. At the ; fifth liolo
Newton was two up. but at the twelfth
hole Mr. Lvon was three up. At first won
derful pla-k Ing brought Newton to the end
of th first holes only one down. Thi- Can
adian look the nineteenth hole, but at the
twenty-first hole the match was square.
Three nulla on the twenty-third green lost
that holo to Newton, but he won the
twenty-fourth, while Lyon took the twenty-sixth.
,. , , , , .
The twenty-seventh was halved In two.
Not In ycirs has a gallery seen such piny
as the men displayed on the twcnly-scv-enth
gr-siMi. Each drove tho green. New
ton being uwny. Judgmg- the hill nicely,
Newton holed the putt. Noi to be outdone
lv his Seattle rival, whoso twenty-foot
putt was a wonder. Mr. Lyon negotiated
hl3 putt from sixteen feet.
The match was nil square nt this point.
Newton took the twenty-eight hole, but
lost tho thlrty-nrsl by going Into the ditch.
Poor putting lost him the next, using four
strokes on the green. Lyon lost the thlr-tv-third
but won the thirty-fourth, and
tiio thirty-fifth was halved. Almost holing
his approach. Newton had to be satisfied
ntr a half at the thlrty-alxth grocn nnd
the Canadian earned tho right to play in
the llnals. one up. The card follows:
Momlng-G S- Konr?utrB 5' ft
8, 6, i, 339. In 4, 6. 4, 5, 4, 5, 5, u, 4 il
Aftcrnoon-put-l. 6 A. ,3 . 7 4 5, 5, 2-10.
In-C, 4. -I 3. 4. C. 4. C, 4-3b-78-153.
Mornlng-F C. wton Out 4. G. 1, I.
G 4, 0, 5, 3-40. In 5, 5, 5, 5. 3, 6, 4, 4. I
li SI. '
Aftornoon-Out-5. 5 3. 4. 0. 3 5, 6, --9.
In4, 4, 4, 6, 6. 4, D, 5. 4 11 .SO 161.
Crack Tackle Comes Today.
Henri Peterson, tho crack tackle of last
vcar'fl university team, will arrive In
town today and will put In an appcar
onco at tho afternoon pratlco. Hopo. a
husky-looking follow, was ono of tho new
candidal out for practice at tho univer
sity last ovcnlng. The scrub loam lined
up agalnHt tho 'Varcity eleven for a short
but splrltod practlco gamo yesterday af-
Denver Team lay
Manager Thompson of Bed and Black
Team Trying to Arrange a Game
With Colorado School.
Manngor Thompson of tho High School
team is busily engaged making prepara
tions for what promises to be ono of tho
most active football seasons known In the
history of the school. The management Is
attempting to arrange games with soveral
outside teams and tho indications are that
the annual gamo with the East Denver
High School team will bo renewed this
year. Manager Thompson and Capt.
Richmond leave for Ogden today to ar
range a schedule of games with tho Junc
tion City llnc-buckers. The rivalry be
tween theso two schools was very intense
last year and some close games are ex
pected during the coming season.
Under the care of Coach D. A. Callahan
and GOcrnl old wearers of the "Red and
Black." the team is fast being drilled Into
shape. Crltchlow and Vaughn Paul aro
showing up in line style and will serve as
efficient substitutes for Paul Neldcn and
Ben Harris, the crack tackles 'of last
year's tear. Grocsbeck. at quarter. Is re
puted to be the equal of the f.nous Dod
Rlter, and shows both skill nnd headwork
In handling tho team. Judson, the new
fullback, who made a brilliant record at
end ilast year, Is getting his kicking leg
Into action and will punt the pigskin and
kick goals, when tho necessity arises. Dun
and Ncedham. who will officiate ao backs,
are proving themselves worthy substitutes
of Richardaon nnd Blntz, who so often
carried the ball over the goal' lines of their
opponents la3t year.
FOOTBALL AT FORT."
Soldier Boys Expect to Organize
Two Teams at Post This Fall.
A movement Is on foot among tho troops
of tho Twelfth and Twenty-second bat
teries and tho Twenty-ninth Infantry to
organize two football teams from the gar
rison, for tho purposo of having a num
ber of games among themselves this win
ter. A meeting will be held at tho gym
nasium In a few days, and a team will be
selected from tho best playcra of tho
Twelfth and Twenty-second batteries, and
ono from the Infantry'- Inasmuch as tho
organizations aro not supplied with all
the regalia necessary, a subscription will
be made, and the uniforms purchased.Tho
men are very enthusiastic ov6r tho pros
pects of somo football for the winter
months, and It Is probable a game will be
played on the gTldiron in a short time.
Billy Stift Ejiocked Out.'
BALTIMORE. Md., Sept. 23. ''Philadel
phia" Jack O'Brien knocked out Billy
Stlft In the second round tonight before
the Eureka Athletic club. The men aro
middle-weights and fought at catch
weights Xor a purse. O'Brien floored Stift
twice during the second round Later ho
landed a swing to the Jaw that sent Stift
down and out.
Results at Harlem.
CHICAGO. Sept, 23. Harlem results:
First race, six furlongs LleuL Rico
won, Moxnar second, Judge Saulley third.
Time. 1:11 2-5.
Second race, six furlongs Dragoon won.
Comrade second, Optional third. Time.
1:14 3-5. ,
Third race, mile V, oods Perry won,
Bombardier second, William Wright third.
Time. 1.42 1-5
Fourth race, five furlongs Lorotta M
won. Moorish Damsel second, Jade third.
Time. 1 00 3-5.
Flflh race, six and a half furlongs Lord
Dixon won, Nannie Hodge second, Red
Raven third. Time, 1 19 4-5.
Sixth race, mile and one-sixteenth Sing
ing Master won. Ignaclo second. Marshal
Sea third. Time, 1.47 3-5.
Seventh race, mile and onc-slxtccnth
Royal Pirate won, Swift Wing second, St.
'Blu,6 third. Time, 1:4S 1-5.
Down at Gravcsend.
NEW YORK, Sept. 23 Gravescnd rc-
OUltSi . . x ,
First race, about six furlongs Lady
Amelia won, Ancestor second, Ascension
third. Time. 1:10.
Second race, five furlongs Juvcnaga
won, Illldebrand second, Coy Maid third.
Third race, mile and a furlortg Adrlu
tha won, Hurst Park second, Ostrich
third Time, 1:5-13-5. , ,
Fourth race, live and a half furlongs
Willow handicap Chrysltis won. Santa
Catallna second, Handzara third. Time,
Fifth race, mile and a sixteenth Sidney
C Love won. Eagle second. Procecdo
third. Time, 1:49.
Sixth race, mile and a sixteenth Prin
cess Athellng won, Out of Reach second,
Spring Silk third. Time, 1:50 2-0.
Seventh race, live furlongs Calmess
won. Black Cat second, Sumatra third.
Time, 1:03 3-5.
Results at Delmar.
ST LOUIS. Sept. 23. Delmar results:
First raco, nix furlongs Bob Curt won,
Turrando second, Sweet Note third. Time,
1'Sccond race, flvo and a half furlongs,
selling Jungle Imp won. Lone Wolf sec
ond. McJclta third. Time, 1-13.
Third race, six furlongs, purso Felix
Mozzes won. Tom Rowo second. Fonlan
third. Time. 1:20.
Fourth race, six furlongs, handicap
Scotch Dance won. Mafalda second, Just
So third. Time. 1:19.
Fifth race, mile and a sixteenth, selling
Bird Wood won. Golden Light second,
Ycllowhammcr third. Time, 1:57.
Sixth race, mile and seventy yards, sell
(n(rlTyon won, St. Agnes second, Imboden
thlro. lime. l:63Vi-
At the Meadows.
SEATTLE, Wash., Sept. 23. Summary
at tho Meadows' Ono and ono-elghth mile
dash for Juvenile pacers Bessie B won.
Bonnie M. second, Queen Dheelor third,
Jules Rstcel fourth. Time 2:37M;.
Rree for all. handicap, ono and one
iiuurter miles. J or trotters Mack Mack
won, II. I. B. second, Co round n third,
Tim a a-oiu . , T . ,
Running race, live furlongs Eldred
won, The Pride second, Aurora B. third.
Tlmo, 1:004. , , , -r .
Five and a half furlongs Mac Flccnoo
won. Dr. Sherman second, Albomarlo
third Time. 1:0S.
Seven furlongs Alice Carey won. Lady
Uk second. Homage third. Timo. 1:2S.
MUo and fifty yards Mountebank won.
Physo second, Mordonte third. Tlmo.
NEW HALF MILE RECORD.
Princo Alert Establishes Mark at Al
lentown Fair Races,
ALLENTOWN. Pa., Sept. 23. Boforo
10,000 persons Princo Alert today estab
lished a now half-mile track record by
pacing a mllo In 2:03',, without a shield,
At the Allcntown fair race3 He mado tho
nme time at Bethlehem. Pn . on Septem
ber IP. last oar, but a shield then was
u.sed. His time by quarters wa3: 20i
eoconds. l:CO, 1:31, 2,03. Conditions today
for the fiust timo wero perfect Tho great
pacer waa driven by Jack Curry and woo
AT THE SAUCES
Season Closes With
McFarland Defeats Samuel
son in Sprint Spirited
Last Meet of tho Season Marked by
One of Best Programmes of the
Year Several Surprises
The closing race meet of tho year at
tho saucer track last night was marked
by one of tho beaty'programmes that has
been given on tho oval this season.' De
spite the chilly weather nearly 1500 cycle
fans Journeyed to the track to sec their
favorites perform for the last time, and
those who attended were amply rewarded
by seeing one of the best race meets of
Spirited Motor Raco.
The feature of tho evening was the
four-cornorod motor race between Hcn
gren, Samuclson, Staley and Chapman,
which was won by the former after ono
of the most exciting brushes ever seen
at tho saucer. For nearly two miles
Heagren and Samuelson rodo abreast on
their sputtering machines, during which
time the motors varied scarcely a foot.
Finally Heagren opened up the throttle
of the double-cylinder machine a trifle
wider and gradually drew away from his
opponent, crossing the finish line several
lengths to the good. Chapman was third
and Staloy, fourth.
McFarland Wins Another.
Flovd McFarland again showed tho
cyclo fans that ho is In a class by him
self when he completely distanced Sam
uclson In the mile open race. Saxon
Williams paced the bunch for nearly six
laps, when Sam attempted to go by Mc
Farland. Tho San Jose lad could not sco
matters that way and made a few extra
kicks, which prevented the Provo rider
from going by. Samuolson was left
completely and McFarland pulled Down
ing, Hoffman and Holllstcr across tho
tapo in front of tho Utah speed mer
chant. The tlmo for the mile was 1:50 4-3.
Perhaps tho surprise of the evening
was Sam's defeat in the consolation raco.
After his defeat In the mllo event, most
of the fans expected the Provo youth to
distance his rivals In tho "con." race,
but Hopper was there with a pretty burst
of sprint that Samuelson could not over
come. Williams was third. Tlmc-5Sl-5.
Schnell'Bests The Amateurs.
Frank Schncll handed the nmafoura a
surprlso package when he captured the
three-fourths mllo handicap, after lead
ing for more than two laps. The scratch
men wero unable to come close and
Schnell kicked in with Carl Redman next
in line. Halllday-was third. Time 1. 29 2-5.
Carl Redman won tho three-mile lap
race In a very close finish, with West sec
ond and Ivor Redman, third. The pace
was prettv hot from the start, and all
of the riders were puffing hard at the
close. Time C:23.
Record Breaker for Gruelling Drives
COLUMBUS. 0-, Sept. 23. Favorites
were overthrown In the last day's races of
the Columbfls meeting, which was a record-breaker
for gruelling drives and close
finishes. Summary :
2:03 pace, threo In five, purso J20CO (six
heats Thursday) King Direct won tho
third, seventh and eighth heats, In 2:03;
2:07- 2:09Vt Black Pet won the fifth and
sixth heats. In 2:09; 2:10,i. Larrle GIntcr
won the first and second heats, In 2.W;
2:07?i. Dr. Madra won the fourth heal, In
2:03. Plnchem Wilkes, Bon F. and Bob
2.01 pace, each heat a race, purso ?lo00
Nathan Straus won three straight heats,
In 2:01")i : 2 OuVvi 2 0.1V4. Laconda, Gallagher,
Little Squaw, John M. and Harold II.
2:09 trot, purse J1500 Jim Ferris won tho
ihlrd heat. In 2:10, was second In the first
and second heats, and won the race. Ag
nlola won the first heat. In 2:0Sl,':. Snyder
McGregor won tho second heat, In 2:074.
Tho Roman, Ida' Ulghwood. Palm Leaf,
Marlon Wlikes and Tuna also started,
2 12 pace, purso 51000 Wild Brino. Jr..
won tho third, fourth and fifth heats.
Tlmo of fourth and fifth heats, 2:114.
Ladv Bell Brook won the second heat. In
2 10"Ji. Don N. won the first heat. In 2:0iH
Bllly J.. Abrlno, Lyd'Mto. William M., On
line. Jr.. Master Boy, Marguerite W
Rosewood and Ginger also started
In the third heat Don N. and Lady Bell
Brook finished ahead of Wild Brlno, Jr..
but wore sul back for a break at tho wire
The mllo was mado In 2:9. but no time was
given out on account of tho heat award
being mado to the third horse.
Harlem Entries for Saturday,
Special to The Tribune.
CHICAGO, Sept. 23. Harlem entries for
First raco, five and one-half furlongs,
Captain Neroth ... OlHandy Bill 102
Gentry 91 Clara Berry 99
Gallant Cassle .... 9CGhdlcstone 0 103
Green Rose 96Dundall 91
Second race, handicap steeplechase,
Billy Bashaw ....ISoClicrokcc Laes ...,12a
Lnura K 125Bcana lXt
Oliver Mc IGOJohn E. Owens.. ..126
Dominique You ..125RJp...... 153
Linen 1D6CIUSS Loader 1C0
Third race, Prairie stakes, mile and one-rl-thlh
Fonaoluca 9oSponcorlan 91
Ananias r100Tloratlus 10u
Leila SSStrollcr 9a.
Fourth race. Forward stakes, soven fur
lorurs Lorctta M llSKurlzamann,. W
Rnm'a Horn US Monte US
Ladv Savoy -. ...,115Clgarllghtcr US
Fifth race, mile
Bra llOSpcnccrlan 9j
Dnjvav lOOGregor K 107
Miss Crawford ... 97
Sixth race, mllo and one-sixteenth, sell-
Don't Ask Me 95Dungannon .... .. 95
Harrison lOoFlylng Torpodo .. 99
Dr. Stephens DStOf m-io.usua 3ui
Seventh race, mile and one-sixteenth,
Carat 7. MSnrllla 91
Sir Hugh 104Hans Wagner ....102
Bluemlnt O.Exccntral S9
Durbar 91 Paramount 101
Swlfl Wing WJIm Tyrrell S3
Curate .- 102Gllfaln 100
Weather clear; track fast.
Washington Wins First Prize.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 24 Announce
ment of the winners of the cash prize
drills of cantons attending the sovereign
grand lodge, Independent Order of Odd
Follows was mndo tonight. The first
J ...GARDNER DAILY STOilE' NEWS... 1 1'. 'ill
I. Therms pleasure in buying Boys' li '
xffi-jU) Clothes here, Iffi ' lil
Because there are so many pretty ffi Ij ' ilH
styles to select from that it is easy' 1 B
ji u AVa vou want. I I '
ooO" There's economy, too, I
o ofjj'l) Because vc sell you better clothes M y:
' cr!:) or money than other stores do. W I,! j
W We've Suits. Overcoats, Caps and j jl
Ij Waists in variety of distinct styles i
I Vi V-f for boys of his age. j . s
H Jijr r-oht now the choosing is l ij jf i .
best of the season. S iH
PBIC2 J. P GARDNER MAIN STREET ' jp !. jl
THE QUALITY STORE ! I
D.ES IN AH AUTO.
Hoosier Girl Commits Suicide "While
Riding With Doctor.
KOKOMO. Ind., Sept. 23. Miss Nellie
Kroh, 29 years old, committed suicide last
night by drinking carbolic acid while rid
ing" In an automobile with Dr. Martin of
this city. In a statement Dr. Martin
said he had noticed nothing strange In
Mies Kroh3 manner until he saw her
drinking from tho bottle, which ho at
tempted to snatch from her hand. Ow
ing to tho opeed of the machine ho could
not let go of the steering wheel In; time
to prevent her accomplishing her pur
pose. Tennis Finals.
Finals In the lawn tennis tournament
for the championship of the Fort Douglas
club will be played by Frank Roberts and
Caot. Morrow Saturday morning at 9
Post Their Forfeits.
SEATTLE, Wash,. SepL 23. Louis Long
of Oakland and Parllc Neary of Milwau
kee posted their forfeits, J200 each, today.
Their twenty-round boxing match on
September 30 is now assured.
I WEATHER RECORD
4 M M M M t M t
Weather for Today Partly cloudy and
unsettled, with probably showers.'
Yesterday's record at the local office of
the weather bureau:
Maximum temperature, 73 dog.; mini
mum temperature, 57 deg. ; mean tempera
ture, C5 deg., which Is 4 deg. above the
Accumulated excess of temperature
since the first of the month, S7 deg.
Accumulate excess of temperature
since January 1, 4 deg.
Total precipitation from C p. m. to C p.
m.. none. '
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation
since the first of the month, .03 Inch,
Accumulated excess of precipitation
since January 1, 2.74 Inches.
Abllcno 7$"MlIes City S4
Ashcvllle CO Modena "0
Atlanta . .. 74 Montgomery 80
Bismarck SO Moorhcad O)
Boise 08 Now Orleans ..... S3
Boston 52 New York 54
Buffalo 51 Norfolk 53
Cairo 70Norlhllcld 44
Calgary 4f North Platte ..... 78
Charleston 74 Oklahoma 7G
Chicago 60 Omaha CS
Cincinnati CS Phoenix tt
Denver 70 Pittsburg GO
Detroit SSPocntello 72
Dodge 7S Portland .CO
Duluth 52 Rapid City 84
Elkins 04 Roseburg CO
El Paso 6G St. Louis 70
Galveston SO St. Paul G2
Grand Junction . CS Sault Sto. Marie.. 60
Havro 7GSan Francisco ...01
Helena 72 Santa Fe CS
Huron 70 Scran ton 62
Jacksonville 7S Spokane 00
Kamloops CO Swift Currrent .. 70
Kansas City 72 Victoria CO
Knoxvlllo 78 Washington C2
Lander 72Wlnnemucca 62
Little Rock 70 Winnipeg 51
Los AngclCB . 72 Yuma ...... KO
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