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Ijj page eight THE SALT LATCTC TBIBTOTE. Tuesday morning, QQBERgp
1 1 ":'r LEff'T'Q news f":?s
New Yorkers ive i
I Coat of Whitewash,
I! J Chicago-Boston, and Detroit
Ill Washington Have Pitch-
II ers' battles.
H 1 Cleveland's Winning Streak Broken,
H I the Phillies Shutting- Thorn Out
l in First Game.
If AMERICAN" LEAGUE.
I I'M Standing of 'the Clubs.
I I P. "W. L. P.C.
M New York W SS 5C .611
ffl noston 146 9 07 .610
ffl Chicago U6 Si G2 .6o
Mm Cleveland HI SO 61 .555
Mm Philadelphia Ui 78 CO .542
1 St. Louis 147 61 S3 .435
MM Detroit 144 61 S3 .424
Mm Washington 143 34 103 .238
MfSfl Yesterday's Games.
19ft Cleveland, 0: Philadelphia, 2; first gamo.
Mml Cleveland, 7; Philadelphia, 2; second
Oft Chicago, 1; Boston, 4.
pit Detroit, S; Washington, 2.
ufj St. Louie, 0; New York, 3.
Mil St. Louis, 0; New York, 3.
IS 1 ST LOUIS, Oct. 3. The New Yorks de
ll I fcated the St. Louis Americans today by
HI j u scoro of threo to nothing. Orth hurt
I I his arm In the sixth Inning and Griffith
1 1 replaced him. Both New York pitchers
II I were effective, allowing St. Louis only
IS 1 tW hltS eacn' A-ltcndanco 1SW- Scoro
II I St. Louis 000 000 000-O 4 2
? ( Now York 000 100 110-3 S 0
f I Batteries Howell and Sugdon; Orth,
j Griffith and Klolnow.
1 Chicago, 1; Boston, 4.
J CHICAGO. Oct. 3. Today's gamo was
I a pitchers" battle, In which Gibson bested
Altrock. Attendance 5100. Scon;:
Ml 1 Chicago 000 000 0011 3 3
fi Boston 001 000 SCO 4 5 0
Batteries Altrock and Sullivan; Glb-
WM son and Crigcr.
III Cleveland's "Winning Streak Broken
lit CLEVELAND, O., Oct. 3. Cleveland's
Hfuffl winning streak was broken today, the
HBiP Phlladelphlas, with Coaklcy in the box.
WlVti shutting out the locals. ClevelancV could
H not hit when men were on bases. Flick
IP) was hit by a pitched bail In the hand
mfR an1 forccd t0 retire. In the second game
llfif Cleve'and hit Applcgatc and won oaBlly.
lit Tne last Samo vra3 called at tho end of
tho sixth on account of cold. Attendance)
WlM 1G0O. Scores:
Mm . FIRST GAME.
SHi Cleveland 000 000 000-0 7 6
lilj Philadelphia .. 000 011 000-2 8 0
mEg Batteries Hess and Bemls: Coakley
llffi and Noonan.
fill SECOND GAME.
pi Cleveland 120 220-7 10 2
jjfl Philadelphia 110 000-2 4 2
(9 Batteries Bernard and Buolow; Applo-
BS gate and Noonan.
II Detroit, 3; "Washington, 2.
Mb DETROIT, Oct. 3. Jaeger's support
HE went back on him In the eighth Inning,
mm and let In two runs which looked to be
IK enough to win. However, tho locals went
l to work and a single hit by RItcher and
mm Robinson's triple, with a fly-out, gave
Em them the necessary runs. Attendanco
WW 300. Score:
ffl R. H. E.
Detroit 000 000 03-3 5 3
gl "Washington 000 000 020-2 5 1
IHjl Batteries Jaeger and Drill; Patten and
EX At Kansas City.
H KANSAS CITY. Oct 3. Elm Rldgo rc-
Wmi First raco, six furlongB Van Ess won,
IjEj Woods Perry Becond, Rebo third. Time,
Ma Second race, fivo and one-half fur
US longB Lcrlda won, La Londo second, Ty
LW rolcan third. Time, 1:10.
WM Third race, four and one-half furlongs
PH Taxcr won. Raining Leaves second, Togo
JJ) third. Time, U1Y. seconds.
m Fourth race, one mile Bombardier won,
Hi Ed Ball second. Bragg third. Time, 1:48U.
InB Fifth race, steeplechase Creolln won,
91 Sprlngwatcr second, Evander third. Time,
SS Sixth race, mile Fair Lady Anne won,
B Ben Hurlwood second, Illumlnato third.
K Time, l:15iL
jffi ' AtBelmar Park.
ST. LOUIS, Oct 3. Delmar park cum-
IjB First race, six furlongs Turrando won,
KKj Madoc second, Sam Stcvonn third. Tlmo,
M Second raco, seven furlongs, selling
EH Tangible won, Tom Manklns second, Re-
191 rna D. third. Time. 1:3L
MM Third race, six furlongs, purflc King's
Mmm Charm won. Aline S. second, Glcndon
WM third, Time, 1:18.
n Fourth race, flvo furlongs, nurse Ar-
BM lena won, Commodoro second, Violin third.
WM Time, 1:04.
I Fifth race, mile and seventy yards, purse
W Miss Doyle won, Extol second, Taby
W Toaa third. Time, 1:52.
An Sixth race, six furlongs, selling Jako
Greenberg won, King Roso second, Miss
M Manners third. Time. I:18t4, .
M Prof. Sunshine Matched for Oct. 15.
I Prof. Sunshine, champion light-weight
Bn of Utah, and otherwise known as tho
Ml "'Toothless Wonder," la matched to meot
IBj Kid Clover of Montana In a ton-round
glove contest at the Finn hall, Bingham
19 canyon. Saturday. October 15, Last week
fM Prof. Sunshine defeated Kid Hopkins In
IB a nine-round contest.
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J "Worth Entries for Tuesday.
Special to Tho Tribune,
CHICAGO, Oct. 3. Worth entries for
First race, maidens, selling, flvo and
Bern' Waddoll ..112Taplola : 117
Serenity 117Duncan 117
Royal Arms 117 Little WalSy 117
Glad Smllo 117Lady llortonso ....117
J. Ed Grlllo UTTrossachs 117
Friendless 112Shorod 120
Ocoto Cafo 120Fortuny 122
Sir Mars 122Armor'or 125
Second raco, selling, six furlong3:
Dod Andorson ....lOlFoxmood 101
Flv Lady 101 J. W, NoIl 103
Julia M 106St. Paula 105
Optional 109 Marco 103
Jigger HOMohlcan 112
Don Mora 113Lcm Reed 114
Memnon 114 Tarn o Shantor...ll4
Orfeo llCMansard 124
Third race, seven furlongH:
Ed Early .100 Miss Jordan 100
Rcgalo 100 Lord Dixon 103
Dig Beach 103Monto 103
Bonnlo Prlnco Allen Avon Ill
Fourth race, ono and one-slxtoonth
Brancas OSSpcncerlan 57
Miss Crawford ... 97Klng Ellsworth ,.1C0
Rankin 103 Reservation 103
Bad Nowh 115
Fifth raco, ono mile and fifty yards,
Arab 95Woodlawn Bollo .. 05
Merry Pioneer ... DSSlnglng Master 09
Royal Plrato 93Bank Street 102
Paramount 104 Frank M 104
Kings Court 104 Harry Now 107
ProBndor 107Floyd K 107
Major Manslr ... .110
Sixth raco, five furlonjrs:
Simplicity ICOClara Berry 100
Miss Gunn lOOMon Amour 100
Kate Zltt lOOOdclet .....1C0
Green Robo 100 Stella Allen 105
Grace Elliott ICC Sis Leo ICC
Rose Mary Jano .lOCJado 105
Lady Wllmot .. 105Harum Sea rum ..105
Tho Bollo ..HOCuttor 115
Weather clear; track slow.
Results at "Worth.
CHICAGO, Oct. 3 Worth Bummary:
First raco, mile Jim Halo won, Falon
nlan second. King of Tho Valloy third.
Tlmo. 1:43 2-5.
Second race, six furlong3 Burning
Glass won. Four Leaf Clover second,
Tristan Chandy third. Time, 1:15 3-5.
Third raco, mile and fifty yards Corus
cate won. Fossil second, Waln-A-Molnon
third. Tlmo. 1:45.
Fourth race, nix furlongs Big Ben
won. Floral King second, Cigar Llghtor
third. Time. 1:13 2-5.
Fifth raco, ono and one-sixteenth milea
Agglo Lewis won, D. L. Mooro socond,
Nlaaxus third Tlmo. 1:49 2-5.
Sixth race, flvo and one-half furlongs
Silver Skin won, Lochlnvor second, Palm
Tree third. Tlmo, 109.
Bean-Eaters Just Went
Nichols Snapped a Ligament
in His Arm, This Demor
Cincinnati "Won Both Games of the
Double-Header "With Brooklyn,
Latter Scoring but Once.
Standing of the Clubs.
P. W. L. P.C.
New York 149 103 44 .705
Chicago 14S 93 65 .C2S
Cincinnati IIS S4 04 .5CS
Pittsburg 147 SI CO .551
St. Louis 144 71 73 ,493
Boston 150 6 C H- .373
Brooklyn 14S 55 93 .372
Philadelphia 150 50 100 .333
Pittsburg 1, Philadelphia 2, ,rst gamo;
Pittsburg 16, Philadelphia 1. second gamo.
Brooklyn 0, Cincinnati 6, first game;
Brooklyn 1, Cincinnati 5, second gamo.
Now York 3, St. Lou la 1.
Boston 5, Chicago 1C.
Split Even at Philadelphia.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 3. The homo
club defeated Pittsburg In tho first gamo
today, but tho visitors in the second, by
heavy hitting, piled up an overwhelming
Bcore The game was called after the
fifth Inning by agreement. Attendance,
R. H. E.
Pittsburg COO 000 0011 8 1
Philadelphia 002 000 00-2 7 2
Batteries Lcovor and PhclpB; Duggle
by and Dooln.
R. H. E.
Pittflburg 240 4C 1C 14 3
Philadelphia 211 00 4 6 4
Batteries Flaherty and Phelps; Suthoff
Boston, 5; Chicago, 16.
BOSTON, Oct. 3, Chicago had Boston
at its morcy today. Nichols snapped a
ligament In his arm In the fifth Inning
and tho substitution of Fisher was fol
lowed by the comploto demoralization of
tho homo team. Attendance, 1200. Scoro:
Chicago 002 700 331 1C ID 5
BoBton .300 000 020 5 8 10
Batteries Wicker and Kllng; NIcholB,
Fisher and Needham.
Two More for Cincinnati.
BROOKLYN, Oct. 3.-CinclnnatI won
both games In a double-header today, tho
locals scoring only one run In tho two
contests and that In tho laat Inning of
tho second. Attendanco, 1200. Score:
R. H. E.
Cincinnati 000 102 2005 11 2
Brooklyn ., 000 000 OOO-O C 1
Batteries Harpor 'and Schlcl; Jonea and
R. H. E.
Cincinnati 300 000 25 S 0
Brooklyn 000 000 11 10 3
Batteries Ewing and Street; Cronin
Struck Out Sixteen' Hen.
NEW YORK, Oct. 3. Matthewson
Btruek out sixteen men In. today's gamo
Jbotw.ecn NQy..Yorlcani St, iLouls, .making
a new season's record. Nichols pitched a
flno gamo and but for Shea's error tho
visitors might have won. Attendance, 500.
R. n. E.
St. Loulo COO 010 0001 6 3
Now York 000 000,03' 3 5 3
Batti'riefl Nichols and Butler; Matthew
son and Bowerman.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Tacoma, 3; Seattle, 2.
TACOMA. Wash.. Oct. 3. Jack Hlckoy.
formerly with Dugdalo In tho Pacific Na
tional Ieaguo, but now on Cleveland's rc
sorvo list, pitched for Seattlo today. Ho
was a trlllo wild, but kept his hits scat
tered. Overall allowed but ono clean hit.
Tacoma won out on a pass and two hits.
R. H. E.
Tacoma 000 010 02 3 0 1
Seattlo 010 100 0002 2 1
Batteries Overall and Hogan; Hlckoy
and Loahy. Umpire, Brown.
"Will Give Boxing Tournament.
Tho Pastimo Athlotlc club will hold Us
opening boxing tournament of tho season
October 7, at tho association clubroomu,
57 Markot streot. Four contests havo been
arranged for, bolweon olght promising
young pugilists of this Stato. and aomo
very iaat boxing in promised. All matches
will bo four rounds each, tho programmo
starting at S:30 o'clock. Tho contests ar
ranged nro as follows:
Bert Fuller vs. Jack Barry.
Billy Arnold vs. Tom Barnes.
Spock Smith vs Jimmy Slitting.
Billy Christian vs. Bird Prlco.
Lawsoo kh tfie
Handsome Bomembranco Is Present
ed to Champion Cyclist by His
. Ivor Lawson was presonted tho dia
mond modal purchased for him by admir
ing friends yostcrday, by tho commlttco
charged with tho porformanco of this
Tho presentation was without any coro
mony, nnd but littlo speoch-maklng was
indulged In by either side. The medal is
a hnndsomo ono, purchased with tho
funds secured from tho Ivor Lawson
complimentary meet somo time ngo. It Is
of hammered gold. In tho center of which
Is a puro whlto diamond, and cost $190.
Tho Inscription is In raised lotters, and
Is as follows: "Ivor Lawson. world's
professional nnd amateur cycling cham
pion. Presented by tho Salt Lako riders
and fans, September 21. 1901 "
In hla speech of acceptance LawBon ox
pressed his gratitude and said that ho
wished tho public of Salt Lako to know
that ho fully appreciated their kindness
to him, nnd that In Uio future as In tho
past, ho would strlvo to uphold tho honor
of Salt Lako a3 tho homo of swift cy
clists. Tho committee that presented the medal
was composed of John Chapman, W. E.
Samuolson. W. D. Rlshel nnd H. W.
Hcagron. Following tho presentation tho
party woro guosts at a dinner at the
homo of Mr. Rlshel.
Pacing Park Sold Under Foreclosure.
DENVER, Oct. 3. Overland racing
park was sold today undor foreclosure
by the Sheriff, for SS5.000. Tho purchaser
is John C Mitchell, who rcprcsonted
Honry H. Wolcott. ono of tho principal
creditors. It Is reported that tho park
may bo cut up Into gardon tracts.
In the Labsr Wrld .
44-H-f M H ( M M r? t M
, NEW YORK,. Oct. 3. Egg inspectors,
also known as egg testors. havo organ
ized and now havo a union scale of wages
hero. Tho organization was named the
Egg Inspectors' union.
NEW YORK, Oct. 3. Mombors of the
Ornamental Plaatorcrs' union, which se
ceded recently from tho Plastcrors' so
ciety, havo reached an agreement with
tho Employing Plasterers' Association, to
bo effective until January, 190S. by which
they will bo paid the old wages, $3.50 a
8600.00 for Plumber.
We collected this amount for a Salt
Lake plumber last week. It was
twelve years old.
Merchants' Protective Ass'n., scien
tific collectors of bad debts.
FRANCIS G. LUKE,
Gen'l Mgr., top floor Comm'l Blk.
Some people don't like us.
Via Oregon Short Lino.
St, Louis and return $42.50
Chicago and return 47.50
Chicago and return via St. Louis.. 47.50
St. Louis and return via Chicago.. 48.75
Through Pullman aleepero via Union
Pacific and Wabash lines.
Tickets on sale Tuesdays and Fridays
each week. Sei agento for particulars.
City Ticket Office 201 Main St,
Admiral Bodgors Botires.
NEW YORK, Oct. 3. Tho formal re
tirement of Admiral Frederick Rodgors
as commandant of tho Now York navy
yard took place today, and a formal
transfer of tho command was made to
Rear-Admiral Joseph B. Coghlan.
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' IE1 WORLD'S "
Two Are Recorded at
Six Furlongs Straight Away
Record Is Lowered Half
Ostrich "Won the Jerome Handicap
Ono and Five-Sixteenths HIlos
nnd Lowered Mark.
NEW YORK, Oct 3. H. B. Duryca's
Sandrla, with 104 poundB up, won tho
Allies' half of tho Sixth Matron stakos
of J13.215 at Morris park today. In doing
so sho mado a new world's record for six
furlongs straight away, by going tho dls
tanco In l:0SVi. Tho previous best time,
l:0Si, was mado by John Bodcn's Fire
arm, a four-year-old. carrying 120 pounds.
In 1S99, and by Enduranco by Right, a
two-year-old, 120 pounds, in 1901.
Flvo good flUloB faced tho starter for
this raco. Bello Stromo was favorite.
Bedouin, an added starter, was quoted at
20 to 1, won tho colts' hair of tho Sixth
Matron stakes of J12.725. Bedouin took tho
lead In the first quartor and won driving
by a neck from tho favorite, Glorlflcr.
Ostrich, carrying nlnety-threo pounds,
In tho Joromo handicap, broke tho world's
record for a mile and flvc-slxtecntha over
tho hill by running the distance in 2:13.
Tho old mark of 2:ll'.i was mado by Sir
John In 1891. Results:
First raco, seven furlongG Llborla won,
Rawhldo second, Buckley A. third. Time,
Second race, tho Sixth Matron, for geld
ings, tho Ecllpso course Bedouin won,
Glorlflcr second, Dandelion third. Time,
Third race, tho Sixth Matron, for Allies,
tho Eclipse courso Sandrla won, Roso of
Dawn second, Bello Stromo third. Tlmo,
Fourth race, the Jerome handicap, mllo
and flve-slxteonths ovor tho hill Ostrich
won, Tho Southerner second, Outcome
third. Time. 2-31.
Fifth raco. six and a half furlongs
Trapper won, Santa Catallna second, Bul
wark third. Time. 1:20.
Sixth race, selling, tho Withers, mile
Thlstlo Heather won, Briar Thorpe sec
ond, Sals third. Time, 1:40&.
Diiio Kid Gets Decision.
MOUNT CLEMENS. Mich., Oct. 3. Tho
Dlxlo Kid of California got tho decision
over Joo Grim of Philadelphia hero to
night, at the end of six rounds.
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