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fl! THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1912. 0 W
i HELM II1S
, la(ty Holds Sox to Even
( '.jreakin Face of Poor
I J Support.
rjcontincd Trom Page Ono.)
. rpTag up thcro every time there
J 'i pinch and ho madc K00d every
. i w jot once.
1 AwuWl part of the pastlino, from
: (rican league standpoint, was Bos-
Si mH stent attack- against Matty,
f ft,f Nw Vork pitcher tlicy will be
' 1$ on to face. Toward the tall end
" i ramo they looked hopelessly out
i Bui thev scored a run whenever
'JtteitA one to gel even nnd they
'XWlt flmply becauso thoy had tho
J j,et no one ever call tho Red
rrilow after today's exhibition of
iti Wagner. Speakor. Lewis, TIoop
'taM Carripan an,l Yerkes performed
and did their splendid pCr
535 when everything depended upon
fiper's Work Superb.
!i IVirite the farts that Jiooper pot
t Im hU. ,naL Speaker played like the
ti i Mt rail plavrr he Is, and thai Lewis
Jy 2j hitting, the Iai-gc.it bouquet muot
(UsAti to "Wagner. UcHldes covering
ttt of pround, making slops and
H j Kt1 that looked lmpoonlhlo and con-
X Slly eJicouniglng his pitchers. Heinle
( OP to IiIk reputation for fearless-
2 mla three of hin five put outs at scc--l
hue. During the gamo five Glant3
1ft to steal. Carrlgan niado two ran
111 in and three bad one?. Two of tho
I ' ones were grasped by Heine and
jlJLj on thr surprised runners. Both
UEpjts and Murray were allocked at
riKnrfi tagging methods. They went
uB? him as hard as thoy could, but he
Ji'Jil Hvc and (he general Impression
V1! tilt ao wl" P'av tomorrow
iMtfs.rrx- tried to break up his team's
IKlBt."' against left-handed pitching
iPladlnp off with Snodgras3 In the
t fclsf order. Devorn was benched and
-1 6t Becker stationed In centerflcld.
1 1: iafrsM played left until tho nun he
' ' no hlne. Then ho was shifted to
i kl and Murray movd to left, because
J.t " Utter Is not a sun Holder. Incl
1 1 WlTi It must bo confessed I hat .Mur
'JJ, ind Doyle played a wonderful ball
J H for the Giants, better hall than
Z', f exhibited last year In tho series
r the Athletics
m it attendance was a little over 30,
i u wild hnvn been morn but for
i?j ten' fear of getting Into n jam. The
illlsnts were afraid that they would
ul n to llcht for seats, when the truth
lr i that ihey could have got them by
Jt i ibple process of asking. At hair
51 it one, Secretary McRoy said that 500i
,7!, tmtlons had been called for. Th.
jj mlown folkn wero notified nnd they
i Sttd to the park, but there were
?, ilf of vacant scats when the game
aker Ties Score.
h Sox accumulated threo runs In the
"jJ t.lnnlnir and thought thni would be
jf ip. Tho Giants got one back in the
iHh! and another In tho fourth. Clean
ly, after u bad start, was go-
11 house aflro. T-loopcr's single
h was tho first hit off Big Sl
hat round and tho second. This
is In Boston s fourth run and
acorc 4 In 2 It remained that
the N'ow Vork eighth, when
ts tallied thrice and went
vras that the American leaguers
show their mottle. They needed
their eighth nnd they got It.
Is scored In tho tenth, forging
ant once more, and again the
: through with the tying run
ufacture of this tally showed
t his best. With one out. Trla
rd six he know hA-.v to tho wall
iter. I In might have been con
three basos. but he kept on
Shafor"s relay would have had
llon had not kicked It around,
era's successor did handle It
I Trls was safe. Incidentally,
took cxreptlon i0 the act of
P, who evidently tried to block
o rounded third. Tho two nl
e to blows when tho rouod was
Idn't trust Hall to go through
nth. Ho called on ono of his
tchers. Hugh Bedlent. Hugh
3. Blthouph he was shy of con
riKan and Wnvr pulled him
utile, Maltv found the tall end
ston batting order easv in the
Inning of tho game. It was
rk before the eleventh started.
dy rrltlolsed Mr. O'Loughlln
wld It was nil off.
ave probably boon bettor played
Hes games, but never was there
toucht hattlo nor ono with more
intlons, it seemed that every
looked up there wore- men on
Itlnc to score, and tho pinch
either disposed of by great
r pitching, or he made good
wildest kind of a base hit. Frc
Uie fielding was terrible. In
io crisis, however. It was mnlrnc
Murray's attempt to catch
iyo-biiso hit In Zio tenth will go
hletoiy ns ope of tho bravest
Performances ever witnessed,
ilr took his life Into his hands
went after thuL drive, and he
t been hailed as tho eighth
the world if V had made the
arrlitan's try for Herzog's foul
w York oiKhth was almost
il. You would havo heard noth
s name In connection with
me all winter If he had been
"Id on to the ball,
it rouM SnpdKrans took ono.strltce nnd
ojU one Inlo the icniporarr flo In
Ui crouml rulen ho -wrag allowed two
"ailed for Hm coiuil of two and
; out on n fst one. looker till Iho
WSM I on th uroiuiJ lo and wan
,,7. Sofrn." laklnc tlilrd. Murray
lutrti,, i,t Collins lcnopkcil It down
"4 nd (tot tilR imm at first,
"oetona IciJI-off man. caromed a liol
'"Tm,u ft"5 Ml t'ouaded IowaM
M Hooper rally boil It out. "Wltli
' ono Mrlkc Yerknt caro a. hit and
w l"d htn nwliic t)iil Moyrra'H
oa itio WOr and Harry nafe.
91 erkca'u liner and Stcro readied
"ilnVlii- tho hall would be eaiiRlil.
lecood. Spakor took n. lioaltby
tin Bfn Udne; offered htm nnd leJ tiro
i."57. 1,0 wan not Intruding to bnut.
it.Jltn lm ,Jl'l uat tlio Kfcond on.,
enoc noua, cf. In rM rn
" nliy w.n mdo for lilm.
'ltf full Uiwla i,lt to HoraoK and
U out at tho plate. Gurrtner'B hlch
rrtly blocked hy Matty. Doyle
Si Ordiier al nrBt xlillc
Btahl then cam thrmiRh with
J.v ,,'.,t- SfeiT and Ijwle crowrd
iS! fh,I?n"'. Tho munil ended with
"Ch ly to Doyle,
wants Get Ouc Back.
HtmKtu .n Hooper and Speaker. Tlir
I J Hooper and thrown lo Speaker.
- fcrt i,:Mt?.rat PC for Hcrsoe at l1'' -'
..Vr ' JM. but Woisorr lwpM hlch In
fiA'Bbf i'le a beautiful atop. Mcyern's
j?? 'Io bound. hlttliiR fJardurr In
".g. gtJ 7tn.1. 'or a sliicle. llcrzoi: ncorlnr.
ttd i.10 J'WP'r and Matty forred Mey-
aHl tmniL flcan and Colllna wero iet
SSbm:? ln 'IroK and Doyle. Hooper
'aPtlrtr- r,K,1, ,,l,t Verke vo throwu
IBHr. n5,.,,lhft,t ,n'3 SnodfirM filed
rilFtl a.V) P0""- a foul lo fJnrdner and
t3S. vllm or 'Kner and Stahl. f?p-ak-Knrit
??m, Portion with a wicked liner
JM till .Jv" mxi a dandy top, recor
lMHUW7 liV m l,4t Trl" tit's race for the
"N en ,'nM to Hooper and Gardner
mAtiU V troUB,ler to Doyle
SB'ssw mdo Scorcs a Ruu-
r St i ,vif Ully In thr. fourth, Mur
" vjHf.t u'L'Iftr to rlRht center. Metkle
viaH? tti T,.V.an5?,r- HcrOK drove a fly al-.-
lHte w,, u In cennr. Speaker caueht II
m Kbtn 1 obancn to sot Murray at the
i&Bi i. plte.lior'f ny
Ijrmyir til?11 out 1" order. Stahl struck
.;,B&HLti,1 10 Murray and CarrlEun
." nlco play bT Fletcher.
"aB &SJi,,Ur ,n 0e fifth, Ho fanned
""Wema. Doyle raised an eaar ono ,
1 Official Score of Second Game
, , AB- H. TB. SH. SB. BB.PO. A. E.
Snodgrass, If, rf 4 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0
205?e' 2b 5 0.1 1 0 0 1 2 5 0
Becker, cf 4 x 0 0 0 0 2 Q x
Murray, rf, If 5 2 3 6 0 0 0 3 0 0
Merklc'lb ...v.. 5 1 1 3 0 0 0 19 0 1
5erZOfir' 3b " 4 1 3 6 1 1 0 2-4 0
Beyers, c 4 0 2 2 0 Q x g Q Q
!,bafer' ss 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0
Fletcher, ss 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 1
Wllson c 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
McCormick 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
Mathewson, p 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 0
Totals 40 6 11 20 2 2 5 33 23 3
McCorroick batted. for Fletcher in tenth.
AB. R. H. TB. SH. SB. BB. PO. A. E.
Hooper, rf ..... .'. ; 5134020300
Yerkes, 2b .... ,5 11300034 0
Speaker, cf t 5 2 2 4 0 0 0fc2 0 0
Lewis !f '5 2 3 5 0 0 02 0 1
Gardner, 3b 4 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 0
Stahl lb -. 50220 10 10 00
Wagner, ss ; 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 0
Carngan, c 5.0 0 0 0 0 0 6 4 0
Collins, p...." .3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
Hall P 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bedient, p 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Tofcals 44. 6 12 19 1 3 0 33 14 1
Score by innings
New York 0 101000301 06
Hits 1 2 0 2 0 1 1 3 01 011
Boston 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 06
Hits 3 1 0 0 2 1 0 3 0 2 012
Summary: Hits off Collins, 9 in 71-3 innings; off Hall, 2 in
2 2-3 innings. Two-base hits Snodgrass, Hooper, Murray, Hcrzog,
Lewis (2). Three-baae hit-Hcrzog, Murray, Yerkes, Merkle, Speak
er. Double play Fletcher to Herzog. Base on balls Off Hall, 4;
off Bedient, 1. Struck oub By Collins, 5 (Doyle, Merkle, Mathew
son (2), Snodgrass); by Bedient, (Doyle); by Mathewson, 4 (Stahl,
Collins (2), Wagner). Hit by pitched ball By Bedient, Snodgrass.
Umpires O'Loughlin, Rigler, Evans and Klem. Time of game 2
hours and 40 minutes.
to Iowlg. Thf Broton half cavo the Sox their
fourth run Colllna struck onU Hooper made
Ills third hit, a nlnrle to renter and Mole, see
ond Again. YcrKe? slipped a thrrr-baccer to
rlRln center, seorlns Hooper. Spraker so.ik'd a
fierce liner at Fletcher, who caught It and totsed
to IIoitoj:. doubling Yerkcu.
Tho Now York nlith ws markod by the
OlauLVii first mtrmpt lo sleal. riecker croundH
out. York oa- lo Stahl. Murray .xmar.hed a alncl
to right. Merklo lined to Speaker, after which
Murray tried to uncnk to second. Carrlcan made
a perfect prK and Wacner did romo of his ex
pert blocking. Ml result 1idc the Red wan an
ey mil. lewJa opened tho Sox neealon with a
slnpln through Klotcher fiaranrr Murlfleed Matty
lo Mciklc. Merkle made a clean muff of Stahl's
foul. Jack then grounded out. Matty to Meikle.
Ix;wl9 reached third. Wajner rrounded toward
flret. Matty fielded tho baJl and tacsed out Hrlnc
on the line.
Oollius Driven From Mounrl.
HrrroK slnslod to rlcht Meyeni and rictcher
lifted Hies lo Yerkes and SUUI rpctyely. Tlion
Horzcy r.ot away with a Meal of second base.
It made no difference, for Slathwron ntrur.k out.
CarrlRan's effort In tho Boston half was
Krounder, on which ho waa loxaed out by Herroir.
Mnlty pot revenRe on Colllna by faonlnc hlra
again. Hooper waa eaty. Doyle to Merkle.
Thu Important elRhtli opened with Lewis's muff
of Stiodsiae' fly ball. Fred stopped at flrtt
bate. Doyle stint a slncle over second base and
Suodqr.iw moved to hecond. Becker'a ajrounder
lo Yerkes resulted In the foreleg of Doyle at
aecond. Murray watted for two and two and
then cracked a double Into the eeati rn left
field. Tho ball wnut In on the fly nnd mlcht
liavo been n hoinnr without the cround rules.
This blow scored Snodgrass and moved Becker
Colllnn wna takrn out al Ibis juncture and
Hall enmo In to pitch to Merkle. The latter died
on foul to Carrlean. With the count two and
threo on HeriOR. CarrlRan made a wonderful
try for a foul ball that wan rlchl against the
boxes on first base. BUI cot tile mitt on It, but
It bopped out. ,
Horzog Drives Home Two Runs.
Then Iterzey doubled between Lewis and Speak
or, and Becker and Murray crotted the plate.
Now York wa ono run ahead. Wagner's beauti
ful atop and throw finished Meyeia.
Yerkcft's fly lo Murray wag tho first happen
ing ln the local portion. Speaker was tosied out
on a roily to Mathewson Lewis bolted a fly
to left. Murray made a circus try for the ball.
He fell over Into the left field seats, where
tho pill landed. Thero was a lot of uncertainty
as to whether he had made tho catch. Klem In
terviewed acvoral witnesses and testified that the
ball had fallen aafn. So Lowla roosted nl atc
Tho not play was a bljj boost for Flolclier
not. Gardner aent n swift Krounder at him and
tie mlsaed It clearly, lwls came ln and the
score was a tie once more. Gardner was clTen a
bit becauso some one felt sympathetic toward
Fletcher. Gardner took second on the throw to
tho plale. Stahl shot a crounder at Doyle. Tho
ball bounded badly and Larry mado a swell
play on It. but .Take reached first before the ball
Oardner advanced lo third. Stahl atolo aecond.
WnKner. up In the pinch, was called out on
Giants Score in the Tenth.
Hall was In trouble In the ninth. Fletoher
went out on a pretty play by Wajmcr and Stahl.
Matty popped to tho Boston manacer. Snodrrasn
walked and etole. Doyle km paired purposely
and Becker koI r base on balls for the reason that
Hall couldn't Ket 'em orer for him. Murray
sent n vicious grounder to Wagner. who tos
to Yerkes forced Becker.
Carrlfran'a roller lo Matty killed him at first
In the oilier part. Hall fouled to Honor. Hoov
er wan out on a fly to Doyle.
Merkle's triple to left center opened the tenth.
W'r.rner peeked out Tlersoc without allowing Fred
to score. Meyers waa paised purposely. McOraw
croued Sathl'a by substituting Mc.Cormlck for
Fletcher Sbafer wji put on to run for Meyern,
.McCormtrk lifted a fly to LowU and Merkle scored
from thirl while Shofer took seeond. Matty bal
led for himself and filed to Yerkes.
Wilson was substituted for Meyers and Phafer
for 1'letr.her when Boslon's part opened. Wilson
mado a quick pab of Yorkea's roller lit front of
the Plate and Rot his man at first. Then Speaker
pickled one a mile a mlnuto between Murray
nnd Becker. He never stopped running. He was
CrCUHC'l Willi P l lM... KM. .V...
complete the circuit. He would havo been out
If Wllion had held Sharer's relay, hut the younr
Giant catcher missed It Again Iho score waa
a. He Lewis produced a double to center.
Doyle hero saved Hie ganio with a wonderful
slop of Gardner!! grounder toward right. LarrJ
was thrown out and Lewis moved to third. Stahl a
out. Matty lo Merkle. ended the Inning.
Hugh Bedient was Boston's pitcher ln the elev
enth. Ho fclartcd wrong by hitting Snodgraes with
n pitched ball. Then ho fanned Doyle. Caodgrss
was out n nllnuto lalcr. trying to steal. Becker
walked and also wan nulled stealing. Two swell
slnpi and throws by Shafor killed Wagner and
rarVlsan In (he Boston half. Bcllenl was thrown
0111 "by Mtly hlm.elf. Then Silk called a halL
Grand Junction Is Confident.
"The Salt Iilco hl,'li school eleven
will lmvc no cinch ln the came with ti
turdav." Thin Is tliecoiifldent awer
tlon of tho Orand Junction squud billed
o tippenr here Saturday. Tho Tlper
lmvc safe pround for Mich a wtntomont.
JiHlBliur from th ror.n they dl-playea
htHt season. Of their showinfr last year.
Mo folmHon. wrltlm: for SpauMlni;-6
Official Football Guide, pays: "In th
"out! 1 T-amnr Is Riven precedence, but
there ato leKUlmato contenders for the
honor with I.nmar. One, of thntn Is
nr-ind junction, which belong.'' to the
cb tern "lope division, but which, on ac
count of the dlrtancc. wa not able o j:ct
championship struggles with teama In the
northern part of the state.'
Th b vear filx of last year's starB aro
n tli Tleers' lineup. U- rihont. right
5in?ick- rTdcrooii. left halfback, and
VTofkcr (captain)! quartorbock, ohcI. with
iH Lr' ovnerleiice on the Junction
Wn,S nd n : niione. left fud. Hinds.
renteV; Merrill, fullbn'ck. with ono year
"We Still Have the Jump
and Will Keep It,"
BY BILL CARRIGAN.
Boston's Star Catcher.
BOSTON, Oct. 0. Wc showed our
rrtamina again In the flocond game, 1
think, and although it ended in a tie wo
still havo tho Jump on the Giants and
confidently expect to keep It. Mn thaw
son, who pitched for New York, is still
a srand pitcher, as his record for the
afternoon clearly shows.
We got a good start on him In the
very nrst inning, but his skill and head
work stood by him and wo had our work
cut out for us. Still, wo wero getting
him bettor toward the last. I think. Wq
hit him hard at times whero the box
score doesn't show. Those two drlvos of
Speaker's, for example, were tremendous
clouts, but ln one case MorkJo was ablo
to make a groat stop and in tho oLhor
the drive went diroctly at Fletcher and
as he clung to tho ball ho was ablo to
whip It to Herzog for a doubln play.
Had that hit boen a foot or two to the
side of Fletcher or a foot or two higher.
It would have broken up tho game then
and thero, But we are not dealing in
"Ifs"; It is faots that count. Ray Col
lins appeared to mo to havo all ho over
had. Ho had splendid control- Thoro
was a good break, to his curve boll and
he had confidence. But tho Giants
sccmod to hit him at opportune mo
ments and Stahl considered It wtse to
take him out when ho did. It wa3 one
of those cnsoH where a pitcher has every
thing, but the opponents seem able to
connect at the right,' time. Ray will fool
the Glanta yet.
Never Lost Nerve.
Charley Hall has been suffering from a
bad cold, but wo thought ho would last
through the remaining innings, Howovor.
his cold appeared to affect his control
and It was not as good as it usually Is.
When he got tho ball over thw Giants
found difficulty in hitting him. Wc didn't
lose our nerve at nny time. There was
no stage fright- The only error charged
up agidnst us w.-ib Duffy LowIs'k muff of
Snodgrass's fly in tho eighth. This was
disastrous, as It paved the way for some
Now York runs. On tho other sldo there
were several mlsplays, but only one of
them counted In the scoring and that
was the one made by Fletcher when
Gardner's hit went through him In the
eighth This allowed uh to He the
Thoro was some sensational Adding,
especially bv Wagner of our side and
Captain Doyle of the Giants. Wagner
pulled oft Eome plays that show him to
be about tho best shortstop in the coun
try. His stop and throw of Fletcher's
grounder in the ninth was easily the
Hwollcst play of tho game He took the
ball close to second base on a dead run
and whipped a perfect throw to Stahl.
Doylo's beat play of several h made was
on Gardner In the tenth. If ho hadn't
stopped that ball wc would have won
then and there. As It wos, he took tho
grounder away to his left and from u
very awkward position tossed the ball
to Merklo and nipped Larry by a narrow
O'Brien Next Choice.
Herzog tried to pull off one of those
old-time "block off" plays on Spoakcr
when ho rounded third in the tenth.
"Spoke" would have been out at tho
plato if Wilson hadn't dropped tho ball.
That hit onablod us to tin up thr. GlantB
aguln and It wns tho last scoring of the
Speaker hit Matty In the samo vicious
manner he did In the series of 1009. His
three-bagger on tho opening and his homo
run In the second game ought to convince
the National leaguers that the Texan Is
Stahl was ns tcady as a rock at first
base. His slashing slnglo ln tho first
Inning scored two runs and gave us a
lend we never should have relinquished.
I cannot say much about mysolf. I
eras fortunate enough tp nip fomo at
tempted base stealers, but one throw I
made was too low. I hit tho ball over'
RIDER'S LEG BROKEN
Johnson, Indian Jockey, Hurl
Vhen His Mount Goes
Down at Lagoon.
HORSE IS DESTROYED
Track Is a Sea of Mud, but
Racing- Is Enjoyable and
An accident which cost Jockey S. John
son a broken leg and resulted in th
death of Gus Hartrldgo, a three-year-old
gelding owned by S. A. Moc, marred the
racing at Lagoon yesterday. The tracsc
was a sea of mud and the footing un
certain. Gus Hartrldgo was a starter In
the first race and. ncarlng the three
i:lghlhh pole, began to boar out. John
son drew his whip and the hore boru
over to the Inside rail, falling through
it. Johnson's leg was broken In tho fall
and the horse was so badly injured that
he had to be destroyed.
Tho Injured rider wns taken to the
Kaysvlllo hospital, where he will receive
every attention. The mount on Gut
Martrldgc was the Indian's only engage
ment of the day. He had been suspend
ed for alleged rough riding the previous
day on the same horse, but having al
ready contracted to ride yesterday wan
permitted lo fill the engagement.
Despite tho cold weather and muddy
condition of the track, the usual crowd
was In attendance and enjoyed an In
teresting day's sport.
The running of tho first rai.-o witnessed
the accident to Gus Ilarlrldgn and his
rider. "Chief" Johnson. Hfirtrldgc wa
favorite In tho betting, but got away
poorly and was not prominent anil would
not have won even had he met with no
mishap. The F:id went nut lo make a
runaway race of it and opened up a two
lengths' lead, but ran out at the three
eighths pole. Tllllnghast then went Into
Ihe lmd and won with case. Hill
straightened out The Fad and he cami
on to suvc second place. Marie Cog
hill, quoted at 25 to 1 In the betting, took
The soft going was made to order for
Pickaninny, and she won tho second race
with case, showing marked Improvement
over her extremely dull effort of thej
previous day. Nlcol had the mount and
made every post a. winning ono. Auto
Girl, vigorously handled by Onnos. was
a good second, while Bollsnlckcr dropped
into third place Good Intent, backed
Into favoritism by the so-called "wis
money.'1 failed to show any reason for
the strong support accorded him and fin
ished back in the ruck.
Boland Wins Race.
D. Boland had his first mount of the
meeting on Abound and rode an excel
lent race, coming from behind with a
powerful rush and winning, with some
thing to spare. Dr. Ncnfer. well sup
ported on account of his known fond
ncES for heavy going, was a, good second,
and Thistle Belle, tho post favorite, was
third. Salvago sot tho early pace ami
appeared a certain winner a furlong out.
but tired unexpectedly and finished out
of the money.
H. I. Wilson's consistont Jack Stryker
annexed a purse for his owner and re
warded followers of form In tho fourth
event. Definite opened favorite, but the
talent had learned that the horse had
just arrived at tho track and would
havo none of him. Stryker was backed
from an opening of 0 to o to close al
even money. The Wilson entry was rated
along ln third place until well Into the
strotch. when Cavanaugh set him down
and he ran by his opposition, winning
bv three lengths. Hill persevered with
Visible and landed him ln second place,
a head ln front of Lescar. Definite did
not run his nice, showing no speed at
any part of the route
Montgomery Runs True.
Montgomery happened to feel ln a run
ning mood yesterday and galloped around
the course well ln front of his field to
win the fifth raco cosily. When the old
rogue consents to run. it requires a
shifty horse to take his measure, but
ho is an uncertain proposition, usually
sulking at some part of the route. He
was well played by many who thought
tho Bloppy track would be to his liking
ITammcraway was again handlcnpped by
having Coroy In the saddle and. as on
tho previous day, was permitted to drop
too far out of contention during the first
part, finishing strong to take second
money. Hill brought TSlgln In third.
Hancock and Onatassa were always out
run. Balronla showed a vastly Improved
performance- In tho final race of the day.
The Balgowan mare, which was beaten
off the provlous day. went right to thu
front yesterday and won all the way with
Solden looking bock. The Monk, heavily
supported by tho form players, dropped
Into second place, with Hue third. Rose
vale, making her first start In some tlm
and well played, showed speed, but soon
Today's Lagoon Entries.
Flrit rare, fire and a half furlongs, ftllins;
3-year-olds and upward.
Index. Wt.l Index. Wt
VM Th Fid 1(H) S5 Joe TranV 101
1593 Ieo Harrlon II.1CW1 KM Free Kya J)
St$ 1 Rubilallcr ..NKI I3$4 Tanls ..
12SI Tembroofc .. .101
Second race, four and a half furious!, purfo.
1355 Forjie 113' ISi. Gasket Ill
11W Auto nun 1151 001 Tom O 10$
1015 Stout Heart ...IlCf Kl Sablo 1M
liii Mrs. Gamp ....ll!lI0? Kleoliuer .. :...IW
Third rac. six furlonps. slllnc: 3-year-olds.
ISM Chsrley Hronn .101113 Sidle Sharplto .101
SOJ Sveotdslo . ...10SI1330 Klor. Krlpp ....101
1S5S Dutch Courage. 10i! 1350 lleln N $7
Juat ned 1051
Fourlb race, on mile and Iwenty yardr. ie!I
tnc: 3-year-olds and upward.
13S7 Force 1131 1357 Ml Korn 1C3
1387 Miami I0l (S7) HaVe !
103 noaovile 10J? (1133) Judue Sale ..103
riftli race, one mile, selling. 3-year-oldi and
13SI Rota 111! 13W Flyinc 1M
(1M0) Oscuro ..lltllSH Hancock 10
ISP.' r W. Kfnnon.10?! 1M4 MIh rirnle ....1M
IZT'0 Dublin Minstrel 109:
Sixth race, five and a half furlonRj. selllnc;:
3-yr-olds and upward.
i:7 Tremanto . Ill 135J Much Gray lot
1359 nalronla 100' 133 Mandadero 101
(1331) Orlmar Uil . 1011 13S9 Fleet. Fajblon . lOl
ladies' Day Tomorrow.
When General Ianagor 11. I. Wllson
of the T-agomi track learned last nlnht
that warmer weather Is forecasted for
tomorrow, he at om-e announced that
that day would he "Ladli dav," and the
fair fans would be admlt.Vd to tho track
and grandstand without charge. A large
crowd Is expected to attend the mcca
on that day.
time up. hut didn't make thn l-afetles
so that you could notice It.
For the Giants. Murray's hatting was
heavy and very timely. Herrog, too.
saved tho game for his side with the
stick. Merklo came across at tho right
tlmn and Meyers got in a timely clout.
The game shows that McGraw lias used
two of his threo best pitchers and hasn't
won a game yet Ho may feel encour
aged, but, as I said before, wo have the
Jump on him.
For tho tbjrd game. I expect O'Brien
will pitch for our side, but Manager
Stahl has not told mo that ho has made
tho decision. We look for Marquard, the
left handcr, to oppoao uo.
Brewer and Rowan Will Box j
Tonight at Salt Lake Theater
pVEKYTHING is now In readiness for
the big boxing carnival at the Salt
Lake theater tonight. Both principals
are trained to the minute and say they
will have no cxcuioa to offer after the
bout Is over. They have made the re
quired weight of 145 without any trouble
and will weigh ln at the fire station at
3 o'clock this afternoon. After weigh
ing they will partake of a hearty dinner
and then rest until the bout. When
questioned last night In regard to his
condition and the outcome of the bout,
"I arn ready, and when I am right I
don't think there is a man ln the world
of my weight who can beat me."
Marty Rowan said "I wan never ln
the condition that I am at the present
asssK. .' WJsasssW
aaLHsssssssV AsV-.''V-''- JLsBBSSSSsfe..
REFEREE HARDY K. DOWNING.
they expect to get any more bouts in
The same rules will govern these con
tests that governed the last show ln
the Salt Lake theater. The boxers must
break at the command of the referee;
no infighting will be tolerated, and thn
kidney punch is barred. This Insures a
lime. I have the opportunity of a llfo
tlmc and I am going to make the most
of It "
The preliminary boys have trained as
D0RC1I MEDIUM WIS
Lord Allen First in Two-Year-Old
Division of Kentucky
By International News Scrvlcn.
LEXINGTON. Ky., Oct. ?. Dorch
Medium, driven by Ed Gccrs, won th
feature event of today's programme the
Walnut Mill cup for 2:15 trotters. The
raco carried a nionoy valuation of $3000.
besides a handsome silver cup. Davo
llalJc, driven by Tommy Murphy, was
the real contender In the raco and drove
tho son of Ited Medium to his utmost
Tho two-year-old division of the Ken
tucky futurity was won In straight hcatn
by Lord Allen, a son of Trcgantlo and
Miss Fanny Summers, therefore a full
brother to the world's champion trotting
yearling, Alrdalo (2:15i).
Walnut Hill cup for 2:15 trotters, 3 In
5; purso $3000:
Dorseh Medium, blk. h.. by Red
Medium (Gccrs) 2 111
Davo Halle, b. h. (Murphy) 1 3 o 3
Ruth McGregor, ch. m. (McDon-
aid) " " j -
Don Zolock, Aron McKennoy. Peter
Boy, Echomore and Alta Coast also
started. Best time, 2:075-
ICentuckv futurity for two-year trot
ters, 2 In 3; purse 35000;
Lord Allen, b. c, by Tregantle-Miss
Fanny Summers (McDonald) 1 i
Sweet Alice, b. f. (Benyon).... 2 -
Don Chemiult. ch. c (Stlnson) 3 0
Lord Russell, Peter Johnson, Peter the
Gay. Lorcc Toddlngton, Magowan and
Miss Erie also started- Best tlmo, 2:11.
2:0C trot, 2 In 3; purse $1500:
Brace Girdle, br. m., by Trcgantlo
(Murphy) ... I
Anvil, b. h. (Gccrs) 2 3-
Grace, ch. m. (McDevltt) ....... ...3 2 2
Helen Stiles also started. Best time.
2 0S pace. 3 In C; purse J1000:
Flower Direct, b. m., by Direct Star
View Elder, br. g. (Hcdrlck) 2 2 3
Fern Hal. blk. m. (Murphy) 3 3 -
Clnnanmon. Nelly Temple, Peter B..
and King Daphne also started. Best
Today's Louisville Entries.
Flrit race, eleven-slxteentha of a mil, maiden.
Index Wt- Index- WL
1 Farrarr Jo ... 103 Ttoy Amber ..113
Howler 1W liti Klebourae .. ..113
BUS Ducal Crown .113 Jt Bar . .. . .. 11-
llawon 113 5050 World, bonder. 112
3111 Jim Gilt H2 So7 Dr. Jackson ....113
553 The Grader ..112l55 Over tho Sands. 113
E'cond race, three-quarters of a mil, pun.
B1W Sumptuous .. . .1001 4713 Great Britain.. .10.
5613 rrinen Iltrmla.lWi K2 BraoVe Ilouie...n
Third rate, mile and seventy yarda. iflllas.
WSX Kthet tfampjon. ?I 3U6 WlihlnK Rlac.lfe
M57 Slamp Sl H7 CroTr !
M,5 I'llant It 33 Supple 103
6010 neautlful .. ..lOO'SK! llelene 1W
5305 I'lrito Diana .10J'
Fourth race, three-quarters of s mll. handicap.
4911 Frraumptlon ..10(15133 Helen IUrbf...10
M03 Infield 10l 3475 Little Father ..IIS
CI IS Jim naiey ....1M!
Fifth rare. mile. purs-.
R5IS Reciprocity ... 7 K0 1111 Hone .-
5S;i cor I-ad 971 SC4T Counties 10J
W7J Winning Witch. 97IM4S StarbottU 113
5l! Wlntersrcen ..IM' .
Sixth race. mile, selllnc.
5404 Jack Kills ,...I0 W01 Goldn 10J
r.424 .McCtlntock ....110l37 Fireman ..
fil! nynamlte . ...ICUfMfO T. II. McHrlde.irJ
6431 Sea Cllrf ... .105' Jl MocVler 112
LH Gen Marrhmoal.105!
Today's Laurel Entries.
Klrtt rac. hair mile, selllnj:.
Index. Wt.l Index. Vt.
t nrrn ..10JISJU Matt! U Ill
7 Gerrard l(Ot StK Faacei Ill
l7 Gd. of Allah .101 SJO Fatty Grub ...til
Mil I-iMlnrella ....10S M17 rrad Ley
4Si7 Hoseltalrc .. ..10H543 lUlph I.lojd... .115
MtfS Dornood .. 10JI Mil Nekton 1
WW Aurtflc .,..ie;lMK Old Coin II
B2I Chlttnn Trance. .1111
Pffond rare. nln-slstnths of a mil, maiden.
MiT Mary Ana K. . ..Ill S4S.1 flattery Ill
Reno lll'SMS Ambrose 114
MobawV Girl ...til' S1W Gen. Ben !... Ill
Si: Trlfler ill 1S3 nurseots .. .. .114
rit; Kxton 11" W Kaleoa.t 114
K2 Afterxlow .. ...lll'CIM Taleearrler .. 111
64K Mihubab Ill
Third race, three-ouarters ot a mile. lelllcg.
50 Vlley 1MI Katt K .. W7
UIS Pey ., 107l WW Ottrolotr .. .107
5513 Incision 1071 MSI lUndronuloe 107
3533 I)rtet ie-' H4 Veaeta Strome. 10
1457 nounctnc !. 107 4SJ Tbrirty 10
Fourth race, mile and a sixteenth, baadtcap,
H Flamm 3! IMS Sebaio 1M
MO Carlton G 101! 5443 Guy F1hr ....IK
5JS1 KormacV .- ...107?
Fifth race. thrt-qurtcri of a mile, iflllair.
H33 Cbe.-ryseeJ . lot' U24 IVa Loyal , . .111
SS7U Surfeit ...10' MSS Sherweod .. ..114
JMfi rttrVeley ...10' 45JJ Aaarvt Ill
4S44 MoIlV .. .10Jf 5454 Honroaa 130
Sixth rac. mile and a atxteenth, selllnc.
54 Chryael .. .lOllMIJ Ansee 10)
10 Irish Kid 1M'MS4 Wolferton .. . .101
8CJ4 Col Asbmtads.lOSt U3( Janjulllea .. .10)
S4 Oakbunl . - 107' S4 John Rtardofl ..111
Granite Beady for Gams.
Preparations wore completed yesterday
for the Granite-Grand Junction football
Marty Rowan vs. Harry Brewer,
Chalky Germain vs. Yankee Allen,
George Kelly vs. Joe Wyiam.
Referee, Hardy K. Downing.
Promoter, Harry W. Heagren.
Place, Salt Lake Theater: time,
tonight, at 8:16.
faithfully ns have Brewer und Rowan,
and the fans who gather at the theater
tonight will see the best trained lot of
boys thai ever stepped Into a ring in
one night in this city. All the hoys are
battling for recognition and realize that
they will have to make good tonight if
fast and clean exhibition, and plentv of
action all the time, as thev will not be
allowed to hang on and "stall If they
I should become tired or groggy.
i Promoter Harry W. Hcngrcn put in a
busy day yesterday perfecting all tho de
tails, and when the show 5tarts at
everything will be ready and there will
be no waits or delays between ihe bouts,
Promptly at S o'clock tonight all the
contestants In the evening's entertain
ment will be called Into a dressing mom
by the local boxing commission and
given their Instructions. The rulen un
der which they are to box will be thor
oughly explained to them and they will
bo given to understand that tho com
mands of the referee must be obeved
promptly. Referee Hardy K. Downing
will alio bo given his Instructions at the
same time. ThlB eliminates all hntrgllng
ln tho ring over minor point. Immedi
ately the men enter the ring they will
don the gloves and get busy.
The scat sale has been going on for
the past two days and if the advance sale
can be taken as a criterion the boys will
bo greeted hy a record breaking crowd.
Seats will bo on sale today at the the
ater box office.
game, which Is to be played on the Gran
ite campus Monday afternoon at S o'clock.
A large crowd Is expected at this gume.
as Granite has a good learn this ycai
and the visitors are strong.
Although the campiiH was muddy last
night, the coach had his full sriuad out
NOT SALTS AND
If Constipated, Bilious, Head- J
achy, Stomach Sour, Get ; j
.a 10-Cent Box of I
Yo men and women who caa't sot ,
feeling right who have hoadachp. "
eoated tonkin?, foul taste and fo;ii
breath, dizziness, can'; sloeo, are oil -j
ions, nervous and npeet. bothered with v
a sick, trassy, disordered itomafh. or
hav? hnrkaehe aad feel worn out. ;
Are vou kaopinc your bowels elaan
with Cascarets. or merely forcine M
pssMtrmvav even- few day with paltf, ;
rathartic oiils or castor oil T Thi '
'acaret work whilo you sleep: .
cleanjo nnd recuhate the stomach. . i
move the owr. ondicested arid fer- jj
mentinr food and foul cares; take th tjg
excets bile from the liver and cn?r-
out of tho system 'all too coattipa'.ct
waste mnitor and poison ln the mto-
tine? and bowels. t 'I f
A Cascnre: ronlcht wiTT jtralchion fjg
rou out br morale.? a 10-ccnt box Hfl j'
from Br.T" druc toro wiU kopn vo.-.r yt;
stomach sweet, livor and bowols rog:i. fiy 'jj
lar and head clear fcr montha. pftt't IJJ
forcet the ohtlurcn. Thay lov (' yfi .-i
rets because thev tato c'cod do c'il y. j
never cripe or sicken. tyjt !
f AdTertl'eTiee.tt ,j
and worked them hard, until dark. Wit.l f ;S i
it is Mill oarly In the nenson. Oronlt" m'
Is In extm good shape this is uhnwn 1' t'M I
the low score to which thr Farmer liM I tt
the alumni team. Doth the coanh anl ?; i
tho sound are confident that they will !
be able to win from Grand Junction, rl l Ij
though they are expecting a hard rn- yiW n
test. Tho students nro ln UUiiitr n v
great deal of Interest In the coming hnt. fjfifL
M'VEY QUITS IN HIS fM
BOUT WITH LANGFORD Sj
BKUTH, Australia. Oct. 10.Bimi ft; S
.atigford. the American heavy wolght jS
pugilist, wns given the decision tr.u j
over Sum McVcy of Cnllfornlo. in l' j
eleventh round McVey claimed n f'i
This was not allowed and ho rfusn.: In jfB L
TRIBUNE RACING FORM CHART i
ronipllM by P. ClarV. rubllhd by Jtrs. r. SI. t. CaihH. UM.
U. C. Hopper. Presiding Judce. H. Msrrlixy. mart.. fjic'-
L.AGOON. Utah. Wednesday, October 3. 1)13. bfl "l
Weather cloudy. Track muddy. ft'
I 1Q FIRST UACr-FlT furlonsi. lllnc. Three-yeir-oldt s& u?tid. Net '.n. i KhL' 1
J -rlnner J700. second . third 315. IjS , ,
Index. Horso. Wt. St. K K Sir. "kTiL JrVkey. Q;. ""('I, r
i:n Tlllinchast, a 113 1 .... 3 3 3 3 1 4 1 1, II. Nleol Tl-S jfa '
133 The Fad. 6 Ill I .... I SVs I 14 2 1 I 3H Mill J 't v
in Marie Cosblll. 3. ...ICS C .... i( In l f 3 4 Mrfoncll i a -f ti'
1373 KIds Earl. I JM .1 .... n SI 3 6 ('av'a.ucn .. .. 10 1 iil
1315 Banlhfll. S , Ill 3 .... 5 Hi .". M . HaiKivrr I e Fh :
13i) LedalsLo. 3 107 .... 44 53 tl KlMlter IJ I) 0:.
(I33i) Qua Hartrldxe. 3 .. W 7 .... 7 fell S. JehooH f-..j- 3.1 t$ i'
At pott V, mlnuf. Off at 3:34. Time :3I I-S. :tJ 1-1. 101 1-. Tilllncbail -5 pin-. -.
shov. Fad 1 plaet, 1-3 show. Coehlll 1 olio-. Winner b. tr. by t-'atherlwa noeella. Trtlnel by W. A
Gabriel, Standing start aood. Won pullliu: up. anrund tuA tBlr.l rasll) lllsh pitcn. tJ 4 h
Earl 15. Winner cnlerel for J3M. No bid. Oiefrelrhl lUalaVe 1, Tllllqshut 1. 7lllln;-i R .
IborouRhly at hom In the coins:. on pttlllni; up. The l'd toe to the extfeinx oeUUta n:i r Hi 'f
far turn. Marl Gocblll from a plow brelnnine elo?d ell. Gus llartrllt' tried ts rtia ci n ttf )
tho three-elchths pole and John.on drew his nhlp. tie bore lo Ihe Inelde rail, falling thmoc'.t II. I'j -.'
ly Injuria; horse and rider. j a.
I 3f)7 8KCOND K.V": Five furlonxs. Stllnc. Thiet-year-oldl an.1 upward. N: 1 ,r
1 J y winner 3300. third MS. ' F,
Index. Horaw. Wt. 5t. M ti -i S4r. T'iC " jixW. Op. I.'l, wSBk.'-
13?4 rickanlnny. 4 113 1 .... II 12 13 13 I..SIeol C ! f,'1
1354 Auto Olrl 1 1 3 .... 3 Vi 33 33 3 3 Ormns IJ M iM.
1333 n)lnck4r. a IK 3 .... 5 4 b 4 3 J1J A. Neleor. 4 IJ (i(fi;
1? Sir Barry. S Ill 7 .... 7 5 i 3 Vj 4 s rtoen t l tWS
!! Country Boy, 3 10 S .... 4 1 Rl Hi J 3 Hill I-S 3 htm. ;
121 Hood Intent. 5 Ill 4 .... 3 4 3 V .' 1 n rwnwch 3 1
13)3 Tippy. 4 HI 9 h 7 7 7 Flaeber 1 W VBT (
At post S'i minutes. Off at 3:Ki. Tltnr ::. :lH-t. l:MW. rickanlnny 3--1 ple. t H;
ahow Olrl place, X show. Rellsnlcker 5 bow. Winner b. m. by Clarion All La, Tr!nd ' JjM;
by J. W. Murphy. Standing start roc1. Won easily. feond m. third lrvlnx. Hlxh 3rle, PltU- ' 'HkJ
anlnny S, Hoy 13-5. Wloner entered for JJ. No bid. Orerlxht. Tickaalnnr 1. nalttntelier , "ffi'l
FlcWanlnny phot lo the front from the start. lnnlnc unrxtended at the end. Auto Girl tli 13 !
est In rursull Ihiouchoul. BelUnlrV-er oulslayed Coed Intent the final furlonc. Clr llirri- eartiw vS
from the rear, weake ntd In the stretch. iH-
, 3QP THinn RACE Five furloncs SS'lIinc. Three-yeir-oldiv and upward. Nat valut 14 IjH .
1 J JO winner 3300. cond Uh, third 315. ,sW
iadexT Horse. Wt. St U H 'i Sir. Fin. Joky. Op. CI jB
i:r Abound.""! 113 S .... 5 fi 4 3 3 1 H I), llolaod .... 3 t-1 H g
IJ?3 nr. NfUfrr. 3 A 3 .... 3 3 3 4 3 311 3 I A. Murray .... I ,J J
1350 Thistle Belle. S....11I 4 .... 3 1 3 '4 3 3 S3 Anderson t-l -J 1
133 SalTsae a 113 1 .... 13 11 13 4 1 D. Nltol 4 . 3 (
1031 Media. 4 Ill 3 .... 1 & ' I 3 Hanorer I II f E
103 J. DlacVatocl:. I ..111 4 .... Ih S t Hill 3' . J
At pnt $ minutes. OS at 3:3. Tlme-"34. :t 4-J. 1.03 3-5. Abound 7-S plaeo. T-tO li-
Neufer 3-3 place. 7-10 show. Belle 3-5 ahor. Winner b. c. by Oalore-Satlafy. Trained by .1 f-.
Boland. Eeratehed. 1341 Miss Sly 111 Slsndlnic atart seed Won drlTtct. or.d aars-, Inlro KfSi-
handily. Hlxh price. SaWaite 6. Winner entered for 13. No bid. Oyre!sbt. Al'JBd 1 . HK
Salvage 1. Abound outrun In the early part, rame llh a powerful mh th final husdrtii hiB 'l
yards. Dr. Nrufer rared Salvage Inlo submlulon. thon hunc In the final stride. 7hlI Ballc , .
labore-1 badly in th" solnc. Salyaso stopped very badly whea he looke.1 to fca runnlna- QOiu i
1 700 FOURTH RACE Futurllr course. Slllnc. Tbree-J'ir-oldi and upward. Vat wilua '
1JW to winner 33i. second 110. third XX. m i t - - - ',m
lZx. Hone- Ivt. SU U H H T- f'"- 2?A & W
Mt Jar Stryker. 4 ....lot 3 .... 3 3 3 3 3 4 1 3 - ,' ,1 fSL .
(1044) Visible. 3 101 4 .... 3 H ; ' ,1 ifH'"
1SW Iacar. 4 Ill 1 .... IS 1 1 1Rc" .J5 I IX
I :::::::.::! I :::: U U l' SST ::l!1i?
Striker -Slxtacn C Ueflnlte 3 Iear 4. Jsclc Stryksr huased tha rail, latins rende?aUl srouxio BE
eaSe'vVry'sK'the" final Icr.onc to win 'aslly Vtj.ble raced out -I U.-.F. F
him In a hard struggle. Definite teemed to flounder In the esrly part of ln rat, wawia up tt
no tround whatever. Ataw'
11AA FIFTH nACK-One mile. Selllee. Three-year-olds and upward. Net valo. la. laner
1 i UU i:. second J3S, third 315. , , fj f :
TTiex' "T(7rs7. Wt. St." U H 'i Str. Fin. Jockey. L I'
Ts7 Montcotnery. a ....114 3 13 14 1 3 1 JVfr 1 4; .. .. J -; t' ( :
13J3 Hammeraway. a ....111 1 I 4n 3 IVi 3 3 3 . Co y I J R ,
1310 KIXUI. Ul S 3 3Vi : 4 3U 3 4 . K"' T ' 1.3 f
1341 Hsneock. a Ill 4 3 SH 3 3 3 3 4 S J """t" V I 3 3.1
1S?7 Ooatam. a 114 3 4 Hi 8 5 Kl i P- Boland . ... : ,1 t
No bid. MontRoroery raced kindly today, made all th. 'unn'as-,h.w"Lnr 'f!"r fctaadl all F '
.nay nored up fast on far tum. Imt Tell to the rear aalr i i the i. .lfl miJ
tbrouKh th race. Hancock made a bid. but hunt; badly the Sail ftr.oi-, EJI
AAr SIXTH RACft-Str furlons.. Selllnc Four-year-old. and up-ard. N-l -,u. ta ln- i t
.lfUl ner 3334. second W. third ,--mr-- fj fK .
indsx. Horse. TTT H V B. "n. J "" Joek7 A t
Wt llalronla. J 113 S .... t $ r'njae'ij ll MM
1373 Mad. Mu.irace. ..113 1 .... h " J r.1,,:'"' ; ; J 7 t !f f
S'g;, ? :::: V h " r1!!,:-- ! t.
At po.t 3H minut,.. Off at 4:10. Tlme-:I4 3-5. :41 1:11 .1" Ml r
f,,.rr.ir,arT..y rd-e sHi'S BB ,lt a,wa -m I
tb. tlrlDC Fancy, which was rushed cp to the flald tco fait th. flr ;Jrt ,-J
(AdTartlsetnent) ' g q
LAGODH RACE TRACK 1
30 Days of High-Class Racing ' I j
MONDAY, OCT. 7 TO SATURDAY, HOV. 9 M
Th very brt hore. rtddn by fno lozkoy ovtr th beairyfut J J
agoen coutm. ; M ft-.
zoHomnrm by oh8Utbr' orohmtra-fiwt racb at sio p. m. li
All rmauif Mn vtft th H Ltiet ad Oadn Raftway (MsmtiiHW r i j:!
Uw) wf M trsjok. tfcUil train wHfrout step to th track at t vM p. m. ': 8 iv )
et4ml rrmndltrtely ftar last rcav. Aotmte4ori, return trji
ItNTLCMKN fiJB t-AOIBS tUtO