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EaTekighi THE SALT LAKE TBIBTTNE. - Wednesday teomnKG September 2s, iI
1 irrTsPQRTNG N E11jG".ll
I SIANTS MAI
I "'in One Hundred and
I Fwtk Victory.
H Thirty-Eight Hundred Per
l! sons Present on New
St. Louis Defeats Brooklyn, Lattor
Having Close Call to Shut
i NATIONAL league.
Standing of tho Clubs.
p. w. l. p.c.
Xow York H2 104 33 .132
H Chkago ..... H3 S3 W .619
Cincinnati HI SI 60 .bi
Pittsburg ISO 79 60 .F6S
St. Louis 13S 67 71 .486
Brooklyn HI 62 S9 .369
Boston 1 61 03 .3o4
Philadelphia 1 47 i6 .329
j Yesterday's Gnmes.
9 Brooklyn 2. St. Louis 4.
Boston 2, Pittsburg 1.
Philadelphia 1. Cincinnati 6.
New York 5, Chicago 2.
Chicago, 2; New York, 5.
NEW YORK, ScpL 27. By defeating
Chicago today New York won Its ono
1 hundred and fourth victory, making a
new record. Attendance, 3S00. Score:
R. H. B,
Chicago OM 0)2 090-2 12 4
i New York 400 10) 00-6 S 1
Batteries Lundgren and O'Neill: Ames
Ht and Warner; bases on balls, oft Ames 1,
off Lundgren 1; struck out, by Ames 9, by
Lundgren 2; two-base hits. Barry. Tinker,
O'Neill. Umpires Carpenter and O'Day.
! Brooklyn, 2; St Louis, 4.
BROOKLYN, N. Y-, ScpL 27. For
H( eight Innings at Washington park today
H( It looked as If the Brooklyns were to again
he shut out, but In tho ninth Hanlon'a
nine managed to bring two men over tho
plate Tho St. Louis men tallied lour
H; runs during tho nine Innings off Scanlon's
pitching and some loose fielding. Tho new
' men on the SL Louis team, Mutch. Hill
' and Butler, all played good ball. Attend
ancc, S00. Score:
St Louis 011 010 0101 10 6
Brooklyn 000 000 002-2 4 3
' Batteries McFarland and Butler; Scan-
Ion and Rlttcr; two-baso hit, Smoot; threo
f base hits. McFarlan and Dobbs; first on
i balls, off Scanlon 1, off McFarland 1;
i struck out, by Scanlon 1, by McFarland 4.
HH Umpire Zlmmer,
Boston, 2; Pittsburg, 1.
BOSTON. Sept. 27. Boston won today'n
' game through Wilhelm's clever pitching
and fast and heady play at critical mo
ments. Attendance, 1700. Score;
R- H. E.
Boston 000 000 20 2 7 2
Pittsburg 000 COO 010-1 2 0
1 Batteries "Wllhclm and Needham;
j 1 Lynch and Phelps; two-base hits, Gclcr,
Dolehanty, Krugcr; bases on balls, off
"WJjhelm 2, off Lynch 2; struck out. by
1 "Wllhelm 5, by Lynch 3. Umpire John-
H Philadelphia, 1; Cincinnati, 6.
Hf PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 27. Ewlng's
pitching puzzled tho locals today and Cln
clnnatl won an easy victory.' Attendance,
R. H. E.
Cincinnati 001 100 100-0 S 1
Philadelphia 000 0)0 001 1 , 5 3
Batteries Ewlng, Schlcl and Street;
Francr, Caldwell and Roth; .three-base
, hlts, Schlcl. McGco; homo run, Seymour;
baies on balls, off Ewlng 2; struck out,
by Fraser 2, by Ewlng 5, by Caldwell 5.
I Umpires Emslle and Moran.
M'COY GETS DECISION.
Battle With Sullivan Goes to End of
LOS ANGELES. Cal., Sept. 27. "Kid"
Hl McCoy was given tho decision over Jack
Hf ("Twin") Sullivan of Boston at tho end
H of twenty rounds at the pavilion tonight, j
HI Tho fight was a fierce one from the start,
Hi both men taking advantage of every rule
H tl at was short of actual fouling. McCoy
Hl punlshnd Sullivan severely, having his
Hi noso and mouth bleeding in ever? round
B after tho fifth. Barring tho unfair tactlc3
Hl uf the men, which did no damngo, tho
Hl 1 Kht was a good one. Sullivan appeared
1 to be In the better condition, and although
, he was groggy at the end of sovcral
rounds, and down for tho count In tho
1 twelfth, he recuperated quickly and camo
back In each successive round strong.
McCoy tired after the twelfth, but wna so
' much the better ring general and boxor
; that he was able to take it easy when
B ' ever he chose.
In the twelfth, which was tho hardest
. round. McCoy hommcrod Sullivan on the
face nnd body until tho Boston man went
down and took the count of nine. Ho
managed to get to his feet Just oa tho
gong rang, which probably saved him
from a knockout. McCoy showed all his
old cleverness and generalship, but did
not appear to have tho punch that has
won nlm many battles. Although ho
landed his right many times on Sullivan's
Jaw nnd body, ho failed to put him down
more than once, although staggering him
H l.nlf a dozen times.
The fight drow the biggest and highest
priced houso of any light over given In
Hl Ios Angeles. Every scat and all tho
H standing room had been sold before the
f opening tonight.
H Charles Eytou ro forced the fight and
1 Ms decision In favor of McCoy wua satls
H factory to everybody.
HI We do some things because
Hj we want'' to, and others be
cause they belong to a plan
that is good on the whole.
H Your grocsr rttunu your ova try U you don't Uk
l Schilllng'i btiu
High School end
Spirited Practice Game Yesterday
Afternoon at Cumminga Field
Many Now Men.
The University of Utah and Salt Lako
high school football tcnir3 held their first
practice gnmo of tho year yesterday af
ternoon on Cummlngs field In tho pres
ence of nearly 200 enthusiasts. For near
ly an hour tho two . elevens struggled,
while Coaches Maddock and Callahnn
studied the weaknesses of the team work
and tho behavior of tho green men who
wore on tho firing lino for tho first tlmo.
As was cxpocted tho "varsity eleven was
easily tho best, though the high school
lads put up a surprisingly plucky and
stubborn light. Thoy were outweighed
sovoral pounds to tho man, but by por
slstcnt plunging mndo their downs a
numbor of times during tho contest.
Tho offensive play of the 'varsity was
fnlrly strong considering tho short tlmo
tho squad has been at work and tho
"U" representatives rarely failed to mako
the required flvo yards On dofonse1 how
ovsv. the crcen men showed their lack
of experience, and although the high
achool cloven did not score, yet they
mado good gains through tho 'varsity's
hoavy lino on soveral occasions.
Bennlon, Wado, Davis, Peterson and
Russell did the brunt of tho work for tho
"U" aggregation. Hope and Bartoh,, tho
two big linemen, look good, although un
experienced, nnd tho coaohes xpect to
see them doing great work boforo the
closo of tho season. Forbes. Pitt, Scran
ton, Mllncr and Mooro wcro tried out in
tho backfleld. Thoy are all light, but
Richmond, Hennessy, Judson, Grocs-
beck, Roberts and Harris did tho best
work for tho high school. Thoy sailed
Into their heavior opponents with a de
termination that was good to look at.
The entire tenm bchavoa well and will
show up well against a team of oqual
ASta Axworthy Wins at
Trots. Best Five Heats-Ever
Trotted by Three-Year-Olds.
Likewise Fastest Fifth Heat Ever
Trotted by a Three-Year-Old.
CINCINNATI, O., Sept 27. At the Oak
ley park grand circuit meeting today, In
tho Horse Review Futurity stakes for
foals of 1901, purse $7000. Alta Axworthy,
aftor finishing sixth to Princess Athel in
tho first heat and Eccond to Grace Bond
In tho second heat, won the raco In threo
straight heats, making a world's record
for tho best llvo heats ever trotted by
3-year-old3, as well as a world's record
for tho fastest fifth heat ever trotted by
In the first heat Grace bond led until
fifty yarda from the post, when she broko,
Princess Athol winning from Wllteenc.
Grace Bond won the second heat from
Gtart to llnlsh in easy faahlon.
E. E. Smathers's John M., In tho 2:05
pace, won the second heat In 2:034. tho
fastest mllo paced In a raco this season.
2:20 class trotting, the Queen City purso,
$3000, three In five LIsonJcre won threo
straight heats In 2:03. 2:09&. 2:09. Sny
der McGregor, Jolly Bachelor, Bonnleru
scll, Stanley Dillon, Blackthorn and My
opia also started.
2:05 pace, purse $1500. three In five John
M. won tho second, third nnd fourth heats
In 2:03. 2:05, 205. Nathan Straus won
tho first heat In 2:05. Edith W Llttlo
Equaw and ITalchlffcn also started.
Horse review futurity, trotting for foals
of 1901, purso $7009. threo In five Alta Ax
worthy won the third, fourth and fifth
heats In 2:1S, 2:11? 2:11A. Graco Bond
won tho second heat in 2.11V1. Princess
Athel won tho first heat In 2:14. Wlll
ccne, Alice Edgar, Jessie Bcnyon, Gazoto
and Floy Medium also starlcd.
At Delmar Park.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 27. Delmar results:
First race, Boven furlongB, soiling Alber
tola won. Turrnndo second, Torlo third.
Second race, five furlongs, purse Lady
Lou won. Miss Eleanor second, Chancy
third. Time, 1-10W,
Third raco, sovon furlongs, selling
Chock Morgan won. Flora Levy second,
Pompeii third. Time, 1:39.
Fourth race, five and a half furlongs,
puise Lono Wolf won, Ynda second,
Toni3 Rod third Time, 1:17.
Fifth raco, mllo and seventy yards,
nelllng Malcolm Tl., won; Worthington
second, St. Slmonian third. Time, 1:W.
Sixth raco, six furlongs, soiling Laura
Hunter won. Evening Star second, Al
gonquin third. Time, 1:2L
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Portland, 4; Oakland, 5.
PORTLAND, Or., Sept. 27. Oakland
batted Ibcrg out of tho box In tho third
Inning of tho game today with Portland
and secured a lead which tho homo team
was unable to overcome. Eastings, who
roplaccd Ibcrg, pitched good ball, as did
Jones for Oakland. Attendance, 1000.
R H E
Portland 101 200 0)0 1 2 3
Oakland 302 000 COO 5 9 C
Batteries Ibcrg, Hastings and Stanloy;
Jones and Byrnes, Umpire, McCarthy.
No Game in San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 27. Thcro was
no baseball game here today the San
Francisco team falling to arrive In tlmo
from tho north.
Eain Prevents Game.
TACOMA, Wash., Sept, 27. No gamo
today between Tacoma and Seattle on ac
count of rain,
Magnificent Contest at
Philadelphia Twirler Pitched
Splendid Ball in World's
He Allowed Only Five Hits nnd
Struck Out Eleven
Standing of the Clubs,
P. W. L. PC.
Boston 140 SO &4 .614
Now York 137 53 .613
Chicago 139 0 D9 .575
Philadelphia 134 75 69 .ECO
Cleveland 137 75 C2 .517
St. Louis 139 CO 79 .432
Detroit 137 W SI .409
Washington 137 31 103 .2
St. Louis 4, Phlladolphia 2; first game.
St. Louis 0. Philadelphia 0; second game.
Detroit 1, Now York 4.
Chicago 2, Washington L
Cleveland 3, Boston 1.
ST. LOUIS. Sept 27. Although outhlt in
both games, St, Louis today won ono and
succeeded In tying ono In a double-header
with tho Philadelphia Amorlcans. Bender
pitched a magnificent gnmo in the second
contest, allowing only live hits and strik
ing out oloven men. Tho second gnmo was
called at tho end of the tenth Inning on
account of darkness. Attendance, 2300.
R. H. E.
St. Louis .: 102 Oil fV 4 7 1
Philadelphia COO 000 020 2 9 5
Batteries Slever and Sugden; Hcnloy
, SECOND GAME.
R PT E
SL Louis 000 000 000 0- 0 5 6
Philadelphia 000 COO OM 0 0 11 2
Batteries Sudhoff and Sugden; Bonder
Cleveland, 3; Boston, 1.
CLEVELAND, O., Sept 27. Boston did
not get a hit off Rhoadea today until after
two wero retired in the ninth inning. Bos
ton's ono run was secured on a pass, a
steal, Ostdlck's wild throw and an out.
Attendance, 100. Scoro:
R. H. E.
Cleveland 000 100 02' 3 5 3
Boston 000 100 000 1 1 2
Batteries Rhoadcs and Ostdlck; Gibson
Detroit, 1; Now York, 4.
DETROIT, Mich.. Sent. 27. Now York
won a hard-fought ll-innlng gamo from
Detroit today. Umpire O'Loughlln's work
displeased the crowd to such an oxtcnt as
to almost cause a riot. Donovan was
again put out of the gamo and Mullln
was also ejected for throwing his glovo
at O'Loughlln In tho eleventh. Attend
ance, 120). Score:
R. It E.
Detroit 000 000 001 00 1 7 2
New York 10) OM 000 03 4 9 1
Batteries Mullln, Raymond and Drill;
Chcsbro and McGulrc.
Chicago, 2'; Washlngton,l.
CHICAGO, Sept. 27. Tho gamo was a
pitchers" battle, with both men working
at full speed. Attendance. 2500. Scoro:
R. H. E..
Chicago 001 000 01 2 4 1
Washington 001 000 00) 1 G 2
Batteries Smith and Sullivan; Hughes
Contested and Disputed Cases Are
CINCINNATI, O., Sept 27. 'J?hc Na
tional Baseball commission, consisting of
August Hermann, president of tho com
mission; President Johnson of tho Ameri
can league, and President Pulllam of tho
National lcagxic, met hero today and
passed on contested and disputed casos
in the drafting list.
Secretary Bruco was directed to notify
President Bert of tho Pacific Coast
league that the money was duo tho Now
York American league club under tho
Newton decision, or that tho player will
The commission refused to consider tho
$95 claimed by Huclsmnn from Spokane.
A request wao received from the Pacific
Coast league that the drafting period for
players In Its league should not commenco
until December 1. Tho secretary was di
rected to reply that tho commission had
no power to change tho national agree
ment, but that it favored the proposition
and would submit the same to tho Joint
annual meeting In January.
Tho draft by Cincinnati (National) of
Whalen, from San Francisco, was not al
Of contested cases In tho respective re
servo lists tho following drafts wore al
lowed: By Cleveland (American), Kahl,
from Colorado Springs; by St. Louis (Na
tional). Swindells, from Bulto; by Chi
cago (National), Whalen, from San Fran
cisco. A number of cases wero held ovor for
further evidence, and the commission ad
journed subject to tho call of President
In Praise of Chamberlain's Colic,
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STALWART IS VICTOR.
Win3 S15,000 Hindoo Stakes at
NEW YORK, Sopt, 27. Stalwart, fa
vorllo in the betting at 9 to 10, easily won
the $15,000 Hlndo stakes, for three-year-olds,
distance about one and three-quarters
miles, at Gravcacnd todny. Broom
stick, at 13 to 10. for tho place, was ucc
ond, and Ormondo'a Right third. They
wero oa to a good start. St. Valentino
was first to Bhow, with Broomstick sec
ond and Ormonde's Right third. Passing
the stand tho first tlmo St. Valentine w.ih
leading by a length from Ormondo's
Right, who was a head in front of Broom
Gtlck. Stalwart was la3t under a Btlff
pull around tho turn and Into tho back
stretch the flold raced with positions al
most tho same. Rounding tho far turn
Burns sent Broomstick Into tho lead.
Rcdfcrn at tho turn mado his move with
Stalwart, and thrce-elghta of a mile from
tho finish was on cvon terms with Broom
stick. From the head of the stretch to
tho wire It was only a question of how
far Rcdfern cared to win by. Rosults:
First raco, selling, about six furlongs
Right and True won, Old England sec
ond, Countcrpolso third. Tlmo, 1:10 4-5.
Second race, about six furlongs Czara
phlnc won, Derry fsccond, Glon Echo third.
Third moo, soiling, mllo nnd a sixteenth
Canteen won. Tho Lady Rhodosla sec
ond, Daisy Grcon third. Tlmo, 1:13 4-5.
Fourth race, tho Hindoo stakes of 515,000,
about ono mllo and six furlongs Stal
wart, 12C (Rcdforn), 9 to 10, won; Broom
stick, 126 (Burns). 7 to L second; Or
mondo's Right, 10S (Lyno). 3 to 2, third.
Tlmo. 3 00 St. Valentino also ran
Fifth raco, flvo and a half furlongs
Queen Roso won, Druid aocond, Delusion
third. Time, 1:03 3-5.
Slrth raco, mllo and a sixteenth Allan
A. Dale won, Jack Ratlin socond, Ethics
third. Time, 1:48 i-G.
Worth Entries for Wednesday.
Special to Tho Tribune.
CHICAGO, Sopt. 27. Worth entries for
Flrot raco, flvo furlongs:
Dlxlo Androws ..UODflloM 110
Lady Wllmot ....110 Miss Gunn ,.110
Ethel Baxrlmoro.110 Mrs. Bob 110
Yuga 110 Simplicity 110
Mary Edna 110 Sly Musetto 116
La Sagltto 115 Tho Lorelei 115
Second race, six furlongs, selling:
Lady Free Trossachs 96
Knight OSBcllo Dodson ....101
St. Merry LgH .. WPocassnt 101
Jim Tyrrell 101 Sir Hugh 107
Sparrow Cop 101 Taxman 110
Third raco, mllo and a sixteenth, soil
ing: Ethel Scruggs ... 9 Langford Jamc3.. S9
Charllo Millar ...96Rabunta 03
Glorlosa 99 Nlaxus 1C0
Ben Chance 102 Mr. Farnum 101
Fourth race, six furlongs:
The Hawaiian ...lOGJusque La 102
BarrliiKton 105 Klelnwood 105
Ida Davis 107Volla 107
Fifth race, six furlongs, selling:
Ed Early 92 Green Roso 92
Sincerity Bell ... 94 Llout Rice 95
Del Carina 96 Lou M 97
Bonnie Princo Big Beach 103
Sixth race, six .furlongs, selling:
Mlmon PS Ghats 96
Chockayotto D6 Tristan Shandy .101
Cyprlenno 101 Muresca 102
Mary McCafferty.102 Annlo Bcal 102
Marco 102 Safeguard 104
Weather clear; track heavy.
Results at Worth.
CHICAGO, Sept. 27. Worth results:
First race, six furlongs Maggio Leobor
won, Trossachs second, Sir Marat third
Time. 1:22 2-5.
Second race, mile Plautus won, Falcr
nlan second, Ebony third. Time, 1:25.
Third race, seven furlongs Kato Pow
ers won. Lurallghter second, Bnrkolmoro
third. Time. 1-36 3-5.
Fourth race, mllo and sovonty yards
Spencorlan won. Reservation second. Port
Royal third. Tlmo, 1:56 4-5.
Fifth raco, seven furlongs Miss Jordan
won, Subtlo second, Bowling Brldgo third.
Sixth race, mllo and an eighth Swift
Wing won, Benson Caldwell second, Louis
ville third. Time, 2.03 2-5.
Long Money In Evidence.
SEATTLE, Wash., Sept. 27. Mllwaukeo
sporting men have sent out $1000 to bet on
Charlie Neary against Louie Long In the
fight Friday night Long money Is moro
In evidence than formerly, nnd It looks as
If tho men would enter tho ring with tho
McGilvnry in the City.
"Billy" McGUvary, tho star fullback of
tho 190C Stanford football team, Is visiting
In tho city for a few days. He dis
carded his gridiron togs some tlmo since,
but still takes great Interest In tho sport.
He was a spectator at tho practice gamo
between tho hlch school and university
teams yesterday afternoon.
Boxers Again After Foreigners.
SHANGHAI. Sept. 27 Reports re
ceived from the northwestern part of
the province of Shantung say that the
Sho-Tuan "Boxers" are openly distrib
uting prospectuses', couched In the same
language as those circulated before the
uprising of 1900.
These prospectuses order precisely
similar observances, and fix October 17
next as tho date for the extermination
of all foreigners.
CALIFORNIA AND EASTERN
And All Sporting Events.
23 W. 2nd South.
QUINCY JUNIOR MINING COM
Principal placo of business, Salt Lako
City, Utah. Notice of annual and spoclul
meeting of stockholders.
Notlco Is hereby given that the annual
mooting of tho sioolcnolders of the "Qulncy
Junior Mining company," a corporation
organized and existing under tho laws of
tho Stato of Utah, With Its principal placo
of business tit Salt Lake City, Utah, as
provided In the articles of incorporation of
said company, will bo held at tho
general office of said company, at
room No. 100. in tho David Keith
building. being Nos. 242 to 2j
South, East Tcmplo Htrect, in tho City of
Salt Lako. State of Utah, on Wednesday,
the uth day of October, 1904, at 11 o'clook
In the forenoon of said day, for tho pur
poso of transacting such business as may
lawfully como before said annual meotlne.
And notlco Is hereby further given that
a Bpeclal meeting of tho stockholders of
wald Qulncy Junior Mining company is
hereby called and will bo held at the same
tlmo and placo hcrelnbeforo stated, for
said annual meeting, for tho purposo of
vrmg upon and determining whothor tho
arttUeo of Incorporation of said company
shall bo amended by adding thereto an
article to stand and bo artfelo No. 7. a3
"The private property of tho stockhold
ers shall not bo Hablo for tho debts or ob
ligations of tho corporation."
And In coso said proposition shall be
adopted to so amend said articles, then
and in that case to authorize and direct
the officers of this company to mako tho
necessary certificates required by law and
takp any and al steps necessary to offec
tuato said amendment.
Dated, Salt Lako City. September 5, 1901.
W. V. RICE, President.
I W, W. ARMSTRONG, Secrotary, o600
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