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H ., g . ' T.HE SALT LAKE, TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1913. 1
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IS Mill TIKES LAST
GAME FROM GUNNISON
I Final Contest Is Bitterly j
I Fought; Sensational Field-
I ing Is Feature,
f Special to The Tribune,
t GUNNISON, Sept. ' 16 After being"
It beaten 0. to .1 and 13 to 5 In the two prevl-
i oua panics, TTanti came back strong yes-
j. icrday and one of the best games ever
I' played in Gunnison was witnessed by a
jji banner crowd. This was the last game
j of the season on the local diamond. The
contest was fierce and hard-fought
r throughout. Two errors in the ninth by
Oltoscn and Young allowed Faldlcy to
v roach third, from which point he scored
J the deciding run on a passed ball by An-
dercon. The game was won and lost
r several times by spectacular plays on both
J! .sides, the best being a one-handed catch
ft oy Faldley of a line drive ofC Singleton's
r Both pitchers vcre in fine form. The
b final score was ." to '1.
f GUNNISON. I : MANTI.
S AB.R.H.O.A. AB.R.H.O.A.
; Rofemen.Ib 3 1 1 2 2 O'.tosco. !b. H I t I
V Jonee, tb... 3 0 0 10 OlAHop, us...' 0 12 2
"f ruliner. c. 4 0 2 7 3l Slnlolon.lb 4 0 1 12 0
t Ilalvcr.Vn.lf 4 0 1 1 ll ICIlott. p... 4 1 2 0 8
if, II. Pace, m i 0 1 2 Si Amlrrsion.c. 4 1 1 ? 1
; Glcdhlll. rf 4 0 0 0 0 Hoyden, It.. 1 0 0 1 0
t Kdwards. U 0 2 1 0l Young. 21).. 0 115
? t.. Pace. 3b t 1 1 0 11 Mccliiin. rf. 4 0 I 0 0
? " I'ftldtcy. cf I 1 0 1 II For. cr .... 3 0 0 l o
) Totals ...T,f. - S 27 lit Totals ....35 2 S 24 12
: sk-oro by innings
Ij Gunnison 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 13
S Mnml 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 12
j' Summary: Krrora Somitci, Otlojen. Singleton,
t, Yousig. i:erncd runs Mnntl 1. Gunnhson 1. Two-
I.'- bkjc lilta Sorcneni. Median. Olloscn. Home run
. -nilloli. . l-'lrst base on ball Off Kulvcrson 3,
j off Llllolt 1. Hit by plulicr Sormncn. Struck
j outR Elliott 7. by llalverjon 7. Double, play
I -B. Pace nnd Jones. Kblloy ami B. race. Posited
L! hallf Audeifoii 3. Time of game 1 hour anil 35
If minutes. Umpire KcuimcniiHii of .Mauti.
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Vardon Wins From Massachusetts
Golfer by Margin of One Stroke
Harry Vardon, British golf champion, who had narrow escape from defeat at hands of American
v ' youngster. v
KILBANE BEATS WALSH
WITHOUT MUCH EFFORT
BOSTON", Sept. Ki. Johnny TCilbane of
Cleveland, O,, the featherweight cham
pion, ;won a decision over Jimmy "Walsh
of Boston in a twelve-round bout at
catclrwcights here tonight.
It was tho third bout between the two
men and the first, decision at any of their
meetings Walsh appeared much lighter
than Kilbane and fought defensively
most of tho time.
Without offering a very strenuous of
fense, Kilbane scored minor points In
nearly every round. Walsh did not land
half a dozen blows up to the tenth round.
Then he started an attack of left and
right swings, several of which found thnlr
mark on Kllbane's body and neck. The
champion, aroused, rained blows upon his
opponent, and one right uppercttt sent
Walsh to the mat Hp was apparently
da'ied for a second or two, but sparring
for time waited during a count of eight
and straightrfned out for action. Kilbane
rushed him, but -was stopped by tho bell.
"Except tor the twelfth round, this was
the only extended series of punchos
throughout the tight. In the closing ses
sions Walsh became the aggressor, but
Kilbane checked all but a. fuv of his
efforts, then himself took up tho attack
and landed two blows for Walsh's one
in the last two minutes of lighting.
In the early rounds Kllbano missed
several swings at Walsh's head, but oc
casionally tho blows landed. One with
the left hand caught Walsh over the eye
in the third round and made him wince.
Another landed under his car in the
fifth. In the seventh Kllbano crossed a
light to the Jaw, followed It up with sev
eral light lefts?, and Walsh, at a loss en
tirely to evade the bloWB, slipped lo the
mat. Tt was not a knockdown. Jack
McGuigan of l'hlladclphla rcferccd.
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Untoward Luck Follows Vis
itor in Morning Round; Oui
met Plays Consistently.
By International News Service.
BnOOKLTri5. Mass., Sept. Hi. Harry
Vardon of England, live limes
British champion and the holder of
the American title once, and Fran
cis Ouimet, the Massachusetts
amateur, who has not passed his twonlv
first birthday, engaged In a splendid
struggle for.llrst honors in thu llrsi quali
fying round' for tho national open cham
pionship play here today. The veteran
Englishman won lh till by a single
stroke, a stroke that was saved on the
last green whun a long putt from n point
fully twenty-five feet from the cup gave
him a. three on a par four hole. It made
his total for the day 151 .strokes, while
Oiiimot's total was J 52.
Since he led the Held In the first half
of the qualifying round for the amalctir
championship al Garden Oily, Ouimel has
been regarded us a dangerous player,
and his .splendid showing In a fluid which
Included many of the stars of tho pro
fessional ranks was a distinct and a wel
Eighty-four Enter. .
KIghty-four cqntestanls started this
morning, all save a scattered five or six
being professionals. At the end of the
first round Ouimel was ahead with a
played 74, the lowest round made during
Fagan Is Outpointed.
Nirw YORK. Sept. !. Rert Fasnn. C.ilifornlu
mldlcwfllglit. mnilA It Ih flrdl upp'j.iranoo III tho
east hero tonight In n ten-round bout wltb
"Yuuiib" Ahem of Brooklyn. Although Alionru
conceded mvon pond to hi opponent, ho out
fought iiiiiI outpointed thu ridlforuloii In every
oiiiid but the first. In till" ticsnlon n heiivy
rlcht to tho tieiirt ulniont knocked Alioam to llw
mat 'Hull" Andop'on Of Hrooklyn outpointed
Tummy Buiyeii. tho I.wvlntoii, Me.. inlddliiwi'ilBhl,
and Johnny Howard of llayounc. N. J.. had ilia
brtler of Itarrr JCiiRlliih of Urooklyii In tcn
.r.jjiod bouts. The pair nro light lieavywclBhlti.
tho day, and Vardon with 75 was second.
In the aftornoon Vardon with 'his great
putt mado up the extra stroke.
Tho leading card follows:
Harry Vardon, England Morning
Out 4 4 4 1 4 4 4 4 5 37
Jn G 4 5" 4 (! 1 3 5 1 OS
Out fi 4 5 1 ii 4 3 5 p 40
In :i 4 5 T) 5 4 3 1 .1 3b'
There were a few lapses from his
usually smooth and steady form In the
play of the former British champion. In
Ihe morning his approach putts were not
good and on nearly every "hole left him
a tantalizing yard or so from the cup.
(Te managed to gel most of them down,
though a couple of times he slipped up
and took three putts. Mis six at the
fourlnenth was the result of a pulled
second shot followed by three putts when
the green was reached. In the after
noon he missed sevctal fairly easy putt,
Iml be made up fur Ids errors by his
splendid shot on tho home green.
Ouimel, who is Massachusetts state
champion, k'-pt rklt on the line all day
and but for a session in two traps on the
fourteenth In tho afternoon, which cost
him a seven for lite hole, he played con
sistently good uolf.
In Ihe thlid place was MaeDonald
fimlth, a younger brother of Alex and
Nellie. Smith. Ilo made 77 on each round
for his lotnl of 154. Al Rose of Bracburn
was fourth with 7(5-81-157. Just boating
oul by one stroke Tom MeNamara, tho
Boston home-bred, whose card read
7S-S0-15S A two-stroke penalty imposed
for hitting the caddie standing at the
second hole In the morning kept McNa
mara out of fourth position.
The onlv other one of the foreigners
who played today was T.onls Tolller, the
Frenchman. Ills KU put him In a tin for
sovcntlv place. Kdward T.ay and Wilfred
Reid -will play in the second qualifying
round tomonow. All with scores of 170
or under qualified for the championship
and with the thirty-throe ,ow nifl to
morrow will eomnrlso the championship
division which will play on Thursday and
JOHNSON BEATS BENZ IT
BITTER UPHILL STRUGGj
PHILLIES ID REDS
Philadelphia, 3, 4; Cincinnati, I, 0.
Chicago. 0: New York, 0. (Four in- I
nines: ho contest.)
Boston-Pittsburg game postponed;
Brooklyn-Si. Loul. two games, post
Won. U?t. P.C.
Nctt York 01 4'. .M
Phllidelphla SI 50 .S10
Chicago 7 60 .555
PlttsburR 73 sr. .O-.-S
Boston OS 7f 43$
Cincinnati CO iZ
St. Louis IS D4 338
CINCINNATI. Scpl. 16. Philadelphia
and Cincinnati broke even In a double
header today, the locals winning the
first game, 1 to 3, and Philadelphia cap
turing the second, which went six In
nings, 4 to 0. The second game was be
gun in a drizzling rain and was called
at the end of the sixth on account of
In the opening struggle honors were
even up to the eighth Inning, when Phila
delphia, mainly through Johnson's wlld
ness, managed to squeeze a run over the
plate on two bases on balls and a single.
This put the score at 3 to 2 in Philadel
phia's favor. In the ninth, however, with
a slippery ball to handlo, Scaton lost con
trol. He walked three men and then
Groh roked a ball into deep left, which
Magee misjudged, scoring Borghammcr
with the tying run and Packard with the
In tho second game -Mayer was effect
ive at all stages, while Robertson, a re
cruit from savannah. Ga., had one had
inning1, the third, in that session Knabe
walked, Becker singled and Robert
popped to the outfield. Magee walked,
filling the bases, and Cravath's double
scored all three men. Ludcrus's single
brought In Cravath.
Knabe, :b.. 0 0 0 9 nesr-her. If. 1 1 S 1
Be-ker. cr.. 3 0 1 1 0 BatM. rl .. 3 0 0 5 0
Lobert. 3b. 3 0 1 0 0 Groh. 2b.... 5 0 3 1 1
Magcc. If., i 0 0 3 0 WlckUnd.cf S 0 0 1 0
Cravath. ri 3 1 1 0 0 Hob'icll. lb. 3 0 0 S 0
Luderus, lb 4 0 1 12 1 Egan. sc.... 3 0 1 T 7
Doolan. Sfl. 3 0 1 3 2 Dodge, 3b... 4 0 0 2 1
Kllllfor. n. Z 2 1 6 I Kilns, c... 2 1 1 2 3
Sciton. p.. Z 0 0 1 2 Johnson, p.. 2 0 0 0 1
tCUrk 0 0 0 0 0
tnerKhsnrcr 0 10 0 0
TotaN ...30 3 6:s 15 Totals ....29 4 5 27 U
Two out when winning run was acorod.
tButtod for Johnson In ninth.
tXinn tor Kline In ninth.
Ran for Clark in ninth.
Score by innines
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0-3
Cincinnati o 0 I 0 1 0 0 0 2
Summary: Error Mngei?. Two-bnc hits Klllt
fer. (;roh. Throe-bnsc lilt Bcrkcr Sacrltlcn hit
Johuson. Stolen bn!c Bcschor. Bate. Cravath.
BsrKhammer. L?ft on bases Philadelphia 4. Cln
n.atl 0. Plrst baeo ou bals Off Scaton 3. off
(Continued on Following Page.)
Mackmen Nose Out Victom
Over Cleveland in fm
Washington, 2; Chicago, 1.
Boston, 5; St. Louis, I.
Detroit, 4; New York, 3.
Philadelphia, S; Cleveland, 7 (ten in
nings). Won. LoM. P.O.
Philadelphia S5 K .SI3
Cleveland 51 53 .573
Wnahlnston 7S 53 .072
Boston , 71 iM .526
Chicago 72 S3 .511
Detroit ..GO 74 .135
St. Loulu 52 90 - .357
Now York 43 86 .363
WASHINGTON. Sept. 1C Walter
Johnson and Joe Benz engaged
In a great pitchers' battle here
today, the former belng the
victor. Chicago took a one-run
lead in the opening Inning and It was
not until two were out in the seventh
that Washington hit Bern safely and
tied the score.
Weaver scored Chicago's only run. He
opened with a single, stole second and
third and scored when Chase singled.
Benz pitched sterling boll throughout.
Until the seventh inning- the only man
who had reached first base was John
son, who got there when Easterly let the
third strike get away from him. With
two out in the seventh Gandll doubled
and scored on Morgan's triple. In the
ninth Milan opened with a single, stole
second, went to third on an out. and
scored when Spencer, a recruit, dropped
a Texas leaguer to short left field. Gandll
and Morgan had been passed purposely
to get to the youngster.
The fielding of Weaver was sensational
and was easily the feature of the game.
CHICAGO. t WASHINGTON.
Weaver, sa i 1 2 1 6 Mocllcr. rf . 4 0 0 1 0
Lord. 3b... 4 0 0 1 0' Milan, cf .. i 1 1 0 0
Collins, rf. 4 0 1 1 Ol Foster. 3b.. t 0 0 4 1
Chose, lb.. 4 0 1 10 OlCandll. lb.. 3 1 1 6 0
Bodlo. cf .. 0 1 2 01 Morgan. 2b. 3 0 111
Chuppell. If 4 0 0 2 llAlnnmlth. c 4 0 1 13 0
Kastcrly.c. 3 0 1 7 o! Spencor. If. 4 0 2 2 0
Ucrser, 2b. 3 0 0 2 3 McBrlde, ph. 3 0 0 0 3
Bcnr, p ... 3 0 0 0 2! Johnson, p.. 2 0 0 0 2
TotAlh ...33 1 626 12 TotalB ....32 2 6 27 7
Two out when winning run scored.
Score by Inalntja
Chicago j 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
I Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 12
Summary Krrors Moeller, Gandll. Ainsmith.
Two-ba?n " hlta-Colllm. Gandll. Thrte-base hit
Morgan. Stolen bates Weaver (2). Milan. Loft
on bancs Chicago 5. Wafhlng-.on C. Bases on
balls Off Bens 2. Struck out By Benz 7. by
Johnion 11. Parked ball Easterly. Time of gami
1 hour and 10 minutes. Umpires Dlnccn and
RED SOX BEAT BROWNS
IN THE NINTH ROUND
BOSTON, Sept. 16 Boston defeated
St. Louis. 5 to 4. today in tho final game
of the season between the two teams.
The visitors made a hard fight for the
game on account of their plflf
Iasi- V.1100, bui werc unsucceRi
Williams stole home hf thtfH
nlng and tied the score ntUL,
Shotten led ofT in ihe ninth
and after Austin had bcnB.
by Wagner, tried lo ecohs iH.
drove a fast grounder to YerkBL
foot throw retired Shotten aH5
After two were out m TJontoHS
the final inning. Hooper walkK
vanccd to second on Engle'sK
Both men moved up on a wilijE
Hooper came home with fhe'K
when Speaker drove n HncrK
st. Louis-boston: H
st. loi'is. ioifli
Shotton. cf 3 1 .1 0' Hooper, Br
Austin, 3b. 1113 2Englf, lb3B''
Pratt. 2li... 3 0 13 2' Fptakc.-, ciH
Walker. If. -t 0 1 0 0Lcii. ICK
Williams, rf 31 0 1 ol.Oirdncr. tM
Covintn.lb 3 0 1 M ;IYcrkc.
nalcnti. fcs. 3 y 0 0 5 Wnrfer,
Agnow.c ..4032 VTfioinu, ciH
Taylor, p.. 3 0 0 1 ij Cady. C--K
Total? ...zn t 3'2i 131 Tolil! ..K
Whining run genred wIthloc,
Score by innlngc 'K.
St. Louis 2 0 6 1(B
Boston 1 0:0 B;
Summary. Erron Au?th. "ftlltluH
hits Pratt. Spcakor Three-tiiiBT
(2). Gnrducr. Sacrifice IilU-'H'Bi
Covington. Bedlcnt. Gardner. SUlH'
tin. Shotton (2 1. William,. DcnMcBf
Pratt and Covington. I -of t oa hH
3. Boston . Basi-s oa bxllr 0Hjf
Bedlcnt 6. Klrtt base on errar-SB
by pitcher Balcnti Struck ooIShZ
by Bedlcnt I. Pncd ball ThoraiHF
Taylor. Time of game 2 hourj wVT
Umpires Hlldcbrand and O'LovttMBr
' PHILADELPHIA. Sept
drawn out game PhlladelpWjB
Cleveland today in ten iunlnV
Mclnnls, who led both teams
a triple, a double and two "inAw
times up, scored the wimilng',tM
two-bagger and- Walsh's buB
three Innings of good wlrllajpj
and Steen began to weaken.
Shawkey was taken out
five innings, with ClevcIanflW
5 to 2. Pennock disposed a.VB
two batsmen in the sixth mi'm
In a run by giving four paff V
finished the inning and a eUUH
another tally. Plank pitched tnpj
Innings and did not permit a
Steen was taken out in u
giving three passes find "Vl
Single, which yielded one ruB
the bases filled, when JamM
rescue. A single by B"T."
run and two more runners EM
Schans's third strike got JB
"Harry Davis batted for HCfM
rlnuMr ' Hw' tylng
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