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55 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1913. ;j
I Battles on the Gridiron Will Hold SpotlightT)dajK
IOrr's Right Hand Broken;
Mack Has Day of III Luck
Salt Lake Lad Seriously Injured When He Is
v Spiked by Hartzell; Removes His Chance
of World's Series Participation.
TrvHIDADBLPHTA, Oct. 3. This was
I ,J an unfortunate day for tho Phil
f adelphia champions. The weath
er was too cold and blustery for
1 their pitchers to pfot a fjood tuning up,
and Orr, the -first substitute infieldor,
H has his ricrht hand broken. Philadol
phia won the first game, 13 to 30, and
isrew York tho second, called on ac
count of darkness, at the end of the
sixth inning, by 2 to 1.
Hj Orr's injury was Tccoived in. the
second game when he touched ont Jfart-
Hj zell, who tried to steal third base in
the fourth inning. Hartzell 's spikes
were driven into Orr 'a hand and ono
of the bones was fractured. This was
Hj the second accident of the series with
Now York, Catcher Schaner having had
his hand hurt by a foul tip yesterday.
Pitchers Out of Form.
Plank pitchod three innings and in
the second session was touched up for
three singles, which, with errors hy
himself and Collins, netted the visitors
throe runs. Plank also gave two passes,
ono each in the first and third innings.
Shawkey was i.n poor form and was
Hj iaken out in tho sixth inning. In his
j iirst two sessions Shavkey gave two
HJ passes and was hit safely three times,
and New York scored twice. In the
WL sixth inning, after the bases were
filled on an infield single and two
j passes, with one out, Shawkey forced
an two runners by giving two more
bases on balls. He was succeeded by
Bush. Another pass and Tloldcn 's doii
ble gave New York three more nins.
j After that Bush did fine work.
Brand New Team.
In the second gamo Manager Mack
put in a brand new team, consisting of
youngsters and Daley, "Walsh and Da
vis. Fisher held tho team down well,
and it was a single by Davis, an out
and a double by Danny "Murphy, who
got into the gamo after Orr was hurt,
U that prevented a shutout, VvekofT was
wild and Now York hit his delivery
at the. right time.
"NTew York will again play Pln'ladel-
U phia tomorrow, when it is expected
that Bonder and Plank will get their
final preparation for the world's scries.
' NEW tork rHlL.ADni.PHI a.
AB.R.H.O.A An. K. 11.0. A.
Malacl. 3b. .3 113 0 E.M'pliy, rf.fi .".2 0 1
HnrtzoII, rt.3 1 0 4 0 Oldrlnu. H...B 3 2 10
fVcc, rf....4 1 0 0 Collins. 2b.. A 2 2 .T 2
Knight, lb.. 4 1 0 6 1 Baker, 3b.. ..3 10 0 2
'older, 2b. .2 1110 M'lnnU, lb. A 3 2 11
Tloldcn, ct.A 1 4 2 1 5 trunk. cf...3 1 2 3 0
Pcck'rrh, ecA 10 14 Barry, en... a 0 3 2 6
Swconr-y, 0.5 3 2 3 2 Lapp, c 5 1 1 G 2
Caldwell, p. 4 1 2 0 3 Planlc, p....O 0 0 0 2
HHH SliaTvkey. p. 2 0 0 0 0
Bush, p 2 0 0 1 1
Dalo? 1 0 10 0
Totals ..33 10 20 24 11 Totals ...SS 13 15 27 19
Batted lor Plnnk In tho third.
Score by innings
New Yorl: C S 0 2 0 3 0 0 010
Philadelphia 1 0 3 4 2 2 1 0 13
HI Summary: Errors Zcldcr, Pecklnpaugli, Swee-
noy. Collins. Plank. Two-boas lilts Caldwell.
lloldcn. Oldrlng. Melnnls. Homo ninr. E. Mur-
phy, Collin?. Hits Off Plank, 3 In throo Innings;
off Shawkey. 4 In two mid ono-thlrd lnnlnco; oft
IIii3h. 3 In three and two-thirds Innings. Sacrifice
lilts Htrtiell, Pecklnpaugh. Stolen bases Brea-
ncy. Colling, Stmnk. Don bio plays Mclnnln and
Hurry; Itpp and Collins. Left on baaes Nerw
Turk, 7: Philadelphia. 10. FJrst base on balls
Off Caldwell. 7; off Plank, 2; off Sbawkoy, C; otf
Huh. 1. Flmt bitso on crrora Now Tork. 2;
Philadelphia, 2. lUt by pitcher By Caldwoll
(Bake- ncd Barry). Struck out By Caldwoll. 2;
by PInnk. 1; by Shw;ry, 2; by Bush. S. Possod
1 ball Sweeney. Time of game 2 hours 15 mln-
utcs. Umpires Evanc and Egan.
NEW YOniC PHILADELPHIA.
AB.R.H O.A AB.R.H.O.A.
Malsftl. Sb..2 2 10 1 Lavan. sr. ...3 0 0 1 3
Hartrcll. rf.l 0 10 0 Walsh. If. ...3 0 10 0
rrce. If. ..10110 Caruth'R, 2b. 3 0 1 1 E
Knlgbt. lb..3 0 2 7 1 Daluy, ct...3 0 1 0 0
Zeldcr, lb. .3 0 0 2 1 Davis, lb. ...2 12 9 1
I Holdcn, cf..2 0 1 2 0 Fritz, rt
Boone, re.. .2 0 0 2 2 and 3b ...2 0 0 0 1
Sweeney, c.2 0 0 4 1 Orr, 3b 1 0 0 11
Fisher, p.., 2 0 0 0 1 D.M'phy, rf.,1 0 10 0
M'Avoy, C...2 0 0 o 3
Wlckoff, p...2 0 0 1 1
Schang 0 0 0 0,0
Tptab ..IS 2 6 IS 7l Totals ...22 1 6 18 15
'Batted for Orr In tho fourth.
Scoro by innings
Now York 1 0 0 0 0 12
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 11
(Called Rt end of nlxth, darkness.)
Suminary. Tvro-bacu hits Holduti. D. Murphy.
Yesterday's rftaulta: -New
York, 3. 4; rhiludelphU, 3, 4. Second
gaino called end of ninth.
Brooklyn, 1, fi; Boston, 3, 7.
Won. Last. P.O.
New York SS 61 .60S
Philadelphia 8S !0 .r3fi
Clilcago iin .r.70
Plttuburg '....7S 6D .SSI
BoMon 53 S2 Ah'
Brooklyn , 5 S4 .436
Cincinnati ., 64 87 .424
St. Loula 43 35 .331
Sacrifice hits HartrMI (2). Cree, Fritz, Stolon
hoses Mnlsol, Cre, Left on bates New York, 3;
Philadelphia 7. Bares on bulls Off Ktoher. 2;
off Wlckoff, 2 Hit by pitcher By Fisher (Mc
Avoy). Strurl; out Br Fisher, 1 : hy Wlckoff. 2.
Wild pitches Wlckoff, 2. Time of game 1 hour
10 minutes Umpires Egin and Evans.
BOSTON GETS CINCH
ON FIFTH POSITION
BOSTON, Oct. .1. By defcsitinf; Brook
lyn, 3 to 1 and 7 to ti. in today's double
header, Boston flinched its hold on fifth
plnco in the National league standing for
tho season. Should Brooklyn lake the
two games scheduled for tomorrow, the
In at of tho season, the local team still
would load the visitors by one game.
Steady work by Rudolph and excellent
fielding1 enabled the locals to win the first
game, two double plays nipping what ap
peared to be the start of rallies by
Brooklyn. Boston got to Riicltcr in the
first two Innlnpf for live singles and a
double, the resultant three runs being all
that they made during: the game. Brown
went in at the start of the seventh in
ning, and, although wild, held the locals
Boston got away to a good start in tho
flrst inning of the second game. Schmidt's
home run over the right field fence send
ing two men in ahead of him. Sweeney
drove in two runners with a single In
tho fifth inning, and repeated the per
formance in the seventh.
Qulnn pitched great ball throughout
the nontest. which was called after the
eighth Inning on account of darkness.
With tho bases full In the first Inning
and no one out, he struck out Wheat.
Hummell and Smith in turn He allowed
only two hits during the next four in
nings, but In the sixth two singles and
a double sent In Brooklyn's second run.
The visitors made a great rally in the
eighth, errors hy Griffiths, Smith and
Deal, coupled with five singles, sending
four runs across.
AB.R.H.O.A AB.R H.O.A.
Mornn, rf.,4 0 110 F.Smith, ss 4 0 1 4 4
Cutshaw, 2b.4 0 1 3 2 Lord, If., ..30100
Stengel, cf.3 0 110 Sweeney, 2b. 4 112 5
Wheat, If. ..4 0 110 Myors. lb 3 0 1 12 1
Hummel, lb.8 0 19 2 Schultr, rf...2 0 13 0
W.Smith 3b.4 llll Mann, cf 4 1111
Fishor. en. .4 0 1 3 5 Deal, 3b 4 113 1
Fischer, c..3 0 1 C 1 Rnriden, C....1 0 0 8 0
Rucker, p. .2 0 0 0 2 Rudolph, p.. .3 0 1 0 7
Brown, p...0 0 0 0 1
Mow 1 0 0 0 0
Totals ..33 1 g 24 14 Totalt 8 3T It
Batted for Ruokor in th seventh.
Score by Innings
Boston 1 J 0 0 9 0 -
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 6 0 10
Summary: Error F. Smith. Twrv-bone hits
Fischer. W. SmrUi. Myors, Mann- Hitu Off
Rucker, 8 in tlx Innings; off Brown, none in. two
innlnga. Sacrifice hlta Rariden. Schultr. (2).
Stolen base Deal. Doublo playe Bmlth and
Myen; Sweeney and Mrar. Left 011 banes
Brooklyn, 61 Boston. 1. First baso on balla Oft
Brown, 2; off Rudolph, 2. First bnoo on rror
Brooklyn. L Hit by pltober By Brown (Myers).
Struck out By Rucker. 3; by Brown, 1; hy Ru
dolpb, 2. Tlm of Bomo 1 hour 31 minutes. Um
pires Byron and Rigler.
BROOKLYN. ' BOSTON.
Moran, rf..,4 0 J 0 0 F,Smith, ss.2 2 10 3
Cutihaw. 2b, 4 1 3 4 2 Griffith. rf...3 2 110
Stengel, cf..3 3 1 2 0 Sweeney, 2b. .4 12 11
Wheat, If.. .4 0 2 0 0 Schmidt, lb. .4 1 1 U 1
Collins, lf..O 1 0 0 0 Zlnn. If 3 0 1 0 2
Hummel, lb. 4 0 0 S 0 Mann, cf 3 0 0 0 0
W.Smith 3b. 4 1 3 3 3 Deal, 3b 8 0 13 2
Fisher, bb..4 1 1 0 0 Rarlden, c..3 0 0 9 0
M'Cortr. e..4 0 1 6 2 Qulnn, p.. ..4 110 5
Miller, C...0 0 0 1 1 tMycrs 1 0 0 0 0
Roulb'b, p.. 2 0 0 0 2
Pioffer, p..O 0 0 0 1
Ragon, p....O 0 0 0 1
Flschor ...1 0 0 0 01
tYIngllng ..1010 0
Totals ..35 6 12 24 121 Totals ...30 7 0 24 13
Batted for Roulbach In tho seventh.
tBattcd for Proffer In the eighth.
:Batted for Rarlden in the eighth.
Scoro by innings
Brooklyn , ,0 1 0 0 0 1 0 4 fl
Boston D 0 0 0 2 0 S 07
(Called at end of eighth: darkness.)
Summary: Errors Cutahaw Roulbach (2), F.
Smith, Griffith, Deal. Twohnso hit W. Smith,
Zlnn. Griffith. Homo run Schmidt. HUb Off
GIANTS WIN FIRST;
GET TIEJW SECOND
McGraw and Dooin Give
Youngsters Chance to
Show Their Speed.
Philadelphia 0G Sit .r-12
Washington , S9 64 ,R82
Cleveland 91 ,k iBG
Boston , 7.1 ;n ,-,23
Chicago .........,, 77 72 sj7
Dotrolt ......R4 55 i27
New York sfi 31 -73
St. Louis , 55 p
NEW TORK, Oct 3. New Tork won
the first game of a double-header with
Philadelphia, 13 to 3, while the second
game resulted in a 4 to -I tic, called at
the end of the ninth inning
The champions hammered Camnlir. and
Flnneran in the first game, while the
Quakers could do little with the dellverv
of Tesreau. Demarce, who look TeH
reau'a place after the New Torks had
tho game safe, was hit hard in the sev
enth and eighth Innlnga, when the vis
itors made seven hits.
Tn the second game Manager aicGraw
sent in a. team of substitutes, who put
up a good game. Manager Dooin de
pended on (t makeshift team in both
games. Schupp smd Schaner pitched
well for New Tork-, while Mavcr was ef
fective until the eighth, when the Giants
tied the score on four hits and a pass.
Snodgrass played first base during a
part of the first game and favored his
bad leg. Doyle seemed to have recov
ered from his Initio.
piuladelphia! j : n w" Vo rk.
Devnre, cf,..4 I 2 0 0 Thorpe, cf...5 1 0 0 0
Becker, .lb.4 1 2 7 slshnfor. 2b. ..1 113 6
Lobert, 3b Doylo, 2b... 2 10 3 4
and SS...3 0 2 3 2 Fletcher, P3..5 4 3 5 0
Reed. 2b... 4 0 0 1 4 Burnn, If B t 3 2 0
DooUn, s..l 0 1 1 1 Herzog, 31).. fi 12 0 1
Byme. 3b.. 3 0 13 1 Mtiirny, rf 4 2 2 1 0
Duncan, rf .4 0 1 2 0 Wilson, i...4 10 8 2
Pu-kort, If, 0 0 5 0 Mcrkle. lb . .3 0 0 6 0
Kllllfer. c..4 0 114 Snodg's, lb. 2 0 110
Camultr, p. 2 0 0 1 1 Tesreau, p.. .2 0 2 0 1
Flnneran, p.2 1 1 0 0 Demarce. p.. .2 1 10 1
Totals ,.3S 3 11 24 15 Totals ...40 13 IS 27 15
Scoro by innings
Philadelphia ,.,,0 000002103
New York ., 1 1 1 0 2 3 3 2 IS
Summary: Errors Devore, Beckor. Lobert, Reed
(2), Byrne, Camnltr, Doyle. Two-huso IiIIe
Decker, Bums. Threo-hase hits Shafor. Flnneran.
Home run Fletcher. Stolen bases Thorpe. Mur
ray. First bane on errors Now York 2. Loft on
bases New York, 7, Philadelphia, 6. Struck out
By Tesrrnu. 3. by Camnltx, 1; by Deinarco, 2.
Bases on balls Off Camnllz. 3; off Flnneran.
1: oft Demarce, 1. Wild pitch Flnnoran Hits
Orf Tesreau, 3 In five innings; off Camnlt-, 0 In
she Innings; oft Dornareo, 8 In four innings; off
Flnnoran, 5 In two innings. Time of game 1
hour 4G minutes. Umpires Orth and Klrm.
PHILADCLPHIA NEW YORK.
AB.R.H O.Al AB.R.H.O.A.
Paskert. cf.S 1 2 2 OlThorpe. cf...4 0 1 4 1
Dooin, If.. .5 0 3 3 o Cooper, It... 4 I 1 1 0
Lobert, ss..4 2 2 I llGrant, 3b 5 4 0 1 4
Magoe. lb. .4 0 1 12 ll M'Corm'k, rf 3 0 1 1 0
Cravp.th, rf.3 0 0 0 0 Stock. BS....4 0 0 2 4
Byrno. 3b.. .3 0 1 2 2jCrandall, 2b. 4 1 2 1 2
Doolan, 2b. 4 0 0 3 fiM'Lcn. c...2 0 0 fi 0
E.Bums. o..2 1 0 4 01 Hartley, c.l 1130
Mayer, p .3 0 0 0 III Wilson, c.l 0 0 1 0
IWIItse. lb. ..4 0 0 3 0
ISchupp. p....l 0 1 0 1
ISchauer, p...l 1 0 0 1
Totals ..33 4 9 27 141 Totals ...33 4 S 27 13
Seoro by Innings
Philadelphia 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 04
New York 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0-1
(Called on account of darkness.)
Summary Two-baso hits Cooper, Dooin, Cran
doll. Three-base hit Schupp. Sacrifice fllos
Byrno. McCormlck. Stolen bases 13. Burns, Doo
in. Left on bases Now York, 4; Pblladnlphla, 7
Double play Thorpe to Wilson. Struck out By
Schupp, 2; by Schauer. 4, Base on balls Off
Schupp. 2: off Mayor. 1; off Schauer. 2. Passed
ball Hartloyo Hits Off Schupp. 2 in four In
nings; off Schauer, 7 in five Innings. Time of
game 1 hour 37 minutes. Uraplros Klem and
DOWN SECOND PLACE
WASHINGTON. Oct. 3. By breaking
even in their double-header here today,
Washington clinched second place and
Boston fourth in the American league
race. The Bostons took the first game,
2 to 0, mainly through the airtight pitch
ing of Ijeonard. who held the locals to
Reulbach, 7 in fix lnningn; off Pfcffer, 2 In one
inning; off Ragon, none In ono Inning. Sacr
rlflce hits Griffith, Deal. Stolon base Deal.
Double play Ragon to Miller to Hummel. Left
on bases Brooklyn, 8; Boston, 5. First bar.o on
balls Off Reulbach, 1; off Pfoffer, 1; off Ragon,
1; off Qulnn, 1. First base on errors Brooklyn,
1; Boston, 1. Hit by pitcher By Rngon (Deal.)
Struck out By Reulbnch, 2; by Pfcffor, 1; by
Qulnn, B. Timo of game 1 hour 50 minutes. Um
pires Rigler and Byron.
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TWO SCORE FOOTBALL
Elevens of East and West to
Have First Real Games
NEW YORK, Oct, 3. Football
;atnes of a moro strenuous charac
ter Mian heretofore 'marlc tho opening
of October gridiron schedules in vari
ous parts of tho country. Several of
the larger eastern university elevens
tomorrow will J'aco opponents which
recorded victories at their expense in
19.12. The day also will mark the in
troduction of several eastern and mid
dle western teams into tho football
In the cast the games to bo played
by Pennsylvania and Cornell will bo
watched with unusual intcrost, sinco
both the Quakers and the Ithaca eleven
face colleges which last year scored de
cisive victories ovor thcro.
Tho 'University of Pennsylvania has
what appears to" be tho hardest contest
of the day, for in Lnfayotle tho Red
and Blue face practically tho same
eleven thai won by a scoro of 7 to 3
ovor tho Quakers last autumn.
Lafayette, strengthened by the addi
tion of Kelly, the star kicker of 1911,
and tho fact that tho team has the
benefit o experience and team work
for two years, oxpects to givo Penn
sylvania "another stiffj contest. The
Quakers, although without the assist
ance of Captain Young, are a far moro
formidable combination than a year
ago, and hope to rcvorse tho result of
Cornell Looks Better.
Obcrlin college, which defeated Cor
nell, 13 to 0, last season, is not rep
resented by as strong a team this year,
while the Ithaca eleven has demon
strated that it is slowly regaining the
place in football circles that the big
Rod teams won for Cornell in past
years. Colgato which held Cornell to
a no score tie gamo a week ago will
have Amherst as an opponent, and an
other close contest is predicted.
In other ' respects the schedule of
eastern games contains little that is
out of the ordinary. Harvard mcots
Bates in what is littlo more than a
practice game, and Yale has the Uni
versity of Maino on which to try some
of Tom Shevlm's new plays. A week
ago Harvard defeated Maine, 34 to 0,
and n a turn 11- tho Elis' work against tho
same team will be used in an endeavor
to draw an early season comparison
between the two big varsity elovens
which meet late in rTovembor.
The army and navy elevens will start
the season on an ovon footing tomor
row, for the naval academy plaj's tho
University of Pittsburg at Annapolis,
and tho military academy faces Ste
vens institute at West Point. Neither
game appears to bo particularly threat-1
ening, viewed from the standpoint of
tho two academies, although the Pitts
burg combination scored on tiio navy in
tho 1912 game.
In the West.
Football battalions of the central
states swing into battle linos tomor
row in a series of conflicts which sig
nalize among other things the opening
of tho campaign for the conference
championship. Chief in interost is tho
first clash of two "Big Nine" olovons.
Chicago meeting Indiana in a game
that carries oxtra importance "because '
of the unusual strength tho Hoosiers
showed last Saturday in defeating De
Pauw. The Maroons and Indiana on
paper resemble each other so closely
as to make their chances appear about
two lilts. Shaw, a Washington recruit
from York, Pa., was hit hard.
The' second gamo became a farce be
fore It. was half finished. Moseley start
ed on the slab for Boston, but was wild
and Ineffective. He lasted five Innings,
during which he was found for nine hits,
and these, coupled with five bases on
balls, were good for nine runs. Hooper
and lcwis, outfielders, in turn relieved
him. The former went two Innings and
held the locals scoreless, while Lewis was
hit for a double and two singles, result
ing in two runs in a single inning. With
the game safe, Manager Griffith trotted
out the Washington youngsters to look
BOSTON. j WASHINGTON. '
All-It. II. O.A. I AB.R.H.O.A.
noliR. rf .A 0 2 0 OlMorller, rt..A 0 0 0 0
Mumly. lb, A 0 2 II 0 Milan. cr....( 0 0 0 0
Hooper, cf..3 1 0 3 0 Foster. 3b.. A 0 0 3 1
Lowls. If.. .4 0 1 i 0 Gandll, lb.. .3 0 0 12 0
Gardner, 3b.8 1111 Morgan, lb.. .8 0 0 2 1
Yorkos. 2b. .3 0 0 2 2 Honry, 0....2 0 0 S 1
Janvrln. m.A 0 0 0 2 Shanks, If.. ..3 0 12 0
Nuna'kor, c.2 0 0 6 0 M'Brldo, es..2 0 1 0 4
Leonard, p.3 0 0 0 6 Shair, p 1 0 0 0 7
Gallia, p....O 0 0 0 1
Wlllla-ms ..1 0 0 0 0
Totals ..SO 2 0 27 11 Totals ...28 0 2 27 IS
Baited for Shaw In tho eighth.
Scor bj- lnnlnge
Boston 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 02
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Summary: Errors Foster, Gaudll. Hits Off
Shz-w, C In eight lnnlnjz. Sacrifice hits Gardner
and Shaw. Stolon base Janvrln. Double play
Gardner to YerkcB to Mundjr. Loft on baso Boa
ton, 5; 'WttshlnRton, 3. First ban3 on bnlb Off
Shaw, 8; off Leonard, 3, Bason on error Boston.
1. Struck out By Shaw, 8; by Leonard, 4. Passed
balls Honry. 3. Wild pilch Leonard. Tlnio of
g.mc 1 hour 45 minutes. Umpires Connolly and
AB.lt, H.O.A AB.R.H.O.A.
Rohfj, rf....4 0 0 a 1 Mooller, rf..5 1 2 2 0
Mundy. lb .4 0 0 0 I Milan, cf 3 3 2 2 0
Englo, of.. .4 0 12 1 Gedeon, cf...l0 0 10
Levin, If Foster. 3b.. .3 3 0 1 0
and p. ..,.4 2 3 0 1 Gandll. lb. ..4 1 1 10 0
Gardnor, 3b.4 0 12 1 Morgan. 2b.,.S 2 3 3 5
Ycrken. 2b. .2 0 1 0 4 Ainnmlth, c,.4 0 2 4 0
Janvrln. its. A 0 0 t 0 Shank. If. ..1 0 0 0 0
Thoma.1. ft.,4 116 Ol Acostn, If.. .3 0 0 1 0
Mosolny, p..l 0 0 0 llM'Brlde, en.A 13 3 2
Hooper, p Boohllng, p.3 0 10 2
iind If.. ..2 0 1 0 0 Hughes, p. ..0 0 0 0 2
Dn.won, p..,0 0 0 0 0
Hedgo'th, p.O 0 0 0 2
Caahlon ....1 110 0
Total ..33 3 S 24 13 Totals ...34 11 14 27 13
Battml for Dawton In the eighth.
Score by innings
Boston 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 S
Washington ...3 0 1 0 5 0 0 2 '11
Summary: Errors Gardnnr, Thomas, Morgan,
Alnomlth, Acnta. TVo-base hits Lowlfl, Milan,
McBrlde. Boohllng, Cashlon. Three-bane hit
LotvIi. Hlte Off Mowley, 9 in flvo Innings; off
Hooper, 2 In two Innings, off Lowls, 3 in one
Inning, off Boohllng, 3 in fire Innings; off
Hughes, 4 In two innings: off Dawson, 1 In ono
Inning; off Hedgepctb, 1 In ono Inning. Racrlflco
files Yerknr. (2), Mundy. Stolon bases Ycrkea,
Moellor (2), Milan (2. Foster (3). Doublo plays
Encl t Janvrln: McBridn to Morgan to Gan
dll. Loft on bases Booton, S; Washington, 5.
First base ou balla Off Moseley. G: off Hooper,
l; oft Boehllng, 1. First baao on crrnrn Boston,
3; Washington. 1. Struck out By Moseley, 3: by
Lewis, l; by Boohllng. 1; by Hughe. 2: by Daw
son, 1. Passed ball Thoman. 1. Time of game
1 hour 19 mlnnuz. Luipircs Dfncrn cod Coa-.
Football Games Today
At New Haven Maine vs. Yale.
At Middlotovn Bowdoln vs. Wos
leyan. At Exeter Dartmouth Freshmen vs.
At Oainbridgo Bates vb. Harvard.
At Pltlladolphia' Lafayotto vb. Penn
sylvania At Annapolis Navy vs. Plttshnrg.
At Princeton Fordnam vb, Prince
ton. At West Point Army vs. Stovens.
At Now York Muhlonburg vb. Now
At Ithaca Oherlin vs. Cornell.
At Medford New Hampshire vb.
At Holyoke Amherst Aggies vs.
At Providence Rhode Island Stato
At Hanover N. H. Colby vb, Dart
mouth. At Willi amstown Vermont vb. Wil
liams. At Hamilton. N. Y. Amherst vb. Col
gato. At Bwaxthmore Villa Nova vs.'
At New Brunswick Union vb. Rut
gers. At Hartford Worcester Poly vs.
Indiana and Chicago at Chicago.
Coe and Drake at Dea Moines,
Depauw and Moores Hill at Green
Iowa State and Normal at Iowa City.
Mount Union and Western Reserve
Northwestern and Lake Forest at
Notro Dame and Ohio Northern at
" Ohio State and Ohio Wosloyan at Co
lumbus. Purdue and Wabash at Purdue.
Illinois and Kentucky at Urbana.
Michigan and Case at Ann Arbor.
Minnesota and Ames at Minneapolis.
Missouri and Columbia at Columbia,
Nebraska and Washburn at Lincoln.
South Dakota and Nebraska Wes
leyau at Vermilion, S. D.
Wisconsin and Lawrence at Madison,
even. Each eleven includes what crit
ics call a strong backHeld and a com
paratively weak lino, and each has had
tho same general instruction since
"Jimmy" Sheldon, coach of the Hoos
iors, won his football degree under A.
A. Stagg, tutor of the science on tho
The game will be a leading feature
of the ceremonies incident to tho ded
ication of Chicago's new stadium. Two
thousand or more Indiana alumni and
students are expected to attend.
Michigan and Case,
Outside the conference Michigan's
opening gamo with Case is attracting
most general attention because of tho
hints it is expected to givo Cornell
and Pennsylvania of tho strength of
tho Ann Arbor corps. Case, an ancient
opponent of tho Wolverines, is expect
ed to make a bettor showing against
Yost's men than it did last year, when
Michigan Avon, 34 to 0. Tho Ann Ar
bor backfield has undergone several
changes this wook, but tho lino, with
the addition of Lichtnor, probably will
include the same men who have fought
on the varsity sido as forwards all this
Coach Zuppke's tlrst game comes to
morrow when Illinois engages Ken
tucky State. Alumni of the Urbana
school aro anxious to seo what tho
coach has dono with his material,
which, though it includes a number of
veterans, is reported to be lucking in
capable heavy men.
Minnesota should have little trouble
with Ames, if reports of a crippled
team at tho lattor institution are true.
Wisconsin's gamo with Lawrence is re
garded as a practico contest.
Notro Dame, later to meet several
eastern elevens, including the army,
will have a fair tryout in its gamo with
ROCKY MOUNTAIN MEN
BEGIN SEASON TODAY
DENVER, Colo., Oct. 3. The opening
football game of tho Rocky Mountain In
tercollegiate conference will be between
the Universities of Wyoming and Colo
rado at Laramie tomorrow. The confer
ence lncluduH the teams of Utah, Wyom
ing and Colorado universities, the Uni
versity of Denver, Colorado college, Colo
rado School of Agriculture and Colorado
School of Mines.
Practice In the conference teams has
been progressing for three woelcs and at
the opening of the season It Is pro
nounced almost impossible to gauge the
probable activities of any team, Inas
much as most of them are built around
a nucleus of a few veterans. Colorado
college seems to have gained tho most
with Its addition of youngsters. The
team this senson Is heavier than ever
before and Coach Rothgeb Is counting
heavily upon tho speod of his backs.
Wyoming Is considered weak because
of its lightness in comparison with the
"beef of Utah, Colorado and Colorado
college Utah is one of the teams which
honor seekers this 3eason aro watching
very closely. All indications point to a
heavy, rangy team with tho same speed
which has won Utah victory after victory
in the past years.
Little Is forecasted from the Cqlorado
Agricultural camp, "Its team being built
around a good supply of veterans, with
new material of whose worth little has
been ascertained thus early in tho sea
son. Denver has shown poorly In practice,
with Its light team, composed of a very
small squad of veterans with new men
whose work so far lias been weak.
Colorado promises strong. Ten of Its
last year lotter mon havo been lost, but
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BLUE BEARD, 3 YEAR Oil;
WINS MILE HANDldfc
Helena Horse, 115, Takes Feature Race at Stln
Fair, Nosing Out Joe Woods by a Neck
Week's Card Ends Today.
TTH3 flfUi day's card of racea at the
Btato fair yesterday brought close
flnlohes and fast time In every
event- The feature race of tho
day was the one-mile handicap.
This raoo was arranged and substituted
for the fourth event on the programme,
tho one-mile run. The original fourth
race was called oft and three entries for
that evont Rockdale, Joo Woodn and
Lakoview were entered in the special race
with. Blue Beard, a three-year-old, which
Just arrived from Helena. Blue Beard's
weight was 11B, as against 98 for Lake
view and 119 for Joe Woods and Rock
dale. The event was oaslly tho clas of the
day's card and victory seemed certain
for Joo Wooda, which got off well at tho
starti and maintained the lead until well
along In the home stretch. Blue Beard,
however, which bad boon slightly behind
for the greater part of the distance,
showed a remarkable burst of speed in
the stretch and, by a splendid finish,
nosed out Joe Woods by a. neck.
Lakeview, which had been counted as
a slight favorite, proved to bo in bad
shape and did not figure in the running.
The horse did not show signs of lame
ness, but by Its peculiar actions and
stride tho suspicions of the officials were
aroused, although no Investigation was
mado. Tho horse showed distinct signs
of being out of condition and fell far
behind from tho start of the race. The
time was :46.
A crowd which, conservatively esti
mated, was larger than Thursday's at
tended the racing events yesterday.
Motor Race Dangerous.
An extra, attraction which was added
to tho programme both yesterday and
Thursday was the five-mile motorcycle
race against time on a machine ridden
by R. D. Rognon. The event is put on
by the officials to add variety to the
programme. The effort of the officials to
attempt to give the public plenty of
amusement Is appreciated, but as the
harness and running races and the extra
vaudeville and cow-pony attractions con
stitute a programme which takes up the
larger part of tho afternoon, and because
the chanoes Rognon has taken have been
hazardous, it seems that this event could
very easily be left off the programme.
Rognon'B riding is remarkable, but on
a track not adapted to motor racing
and In a case where the event Is not.
absolutely demanded, it Is evident that
as a protection to life the programme
would oe better without It.
The first event on the card yesterday
was a race for Utah-bred horses for a
purse of $500. Of six entries, two were
HEADS MEET TODAY
The directors of the Union Baseball
association will meet today in Salt Take.
The delegates from the north will arrive
this forenoon, and tho session will begin
at 2 o'clock at the Hotel Utah. Presi
dent Mulroney will submit his report covering-
the season's work. The question
of enlarging the leaguo to an eight-club
circuit or cutting it to a four-club one
will also bo determined. The associa
tion will elect a new president to suc
ceed Mr. Mulroney, who has announced
that he will not accept a re-election.
Plan Bike Road Races.
Phil Wright and Al Crebs, two promi
nent amateur bicycle riders, have organ
ized a eyclo club, to be known as tho
Wright Road Racing Bicycle club. The
plan is to create Interest among the
manv amateur riders in the city. Races
will be run every week while the weather
permits. The first race will take place
tomorrow at 10 o'clock. Entries will be
received at 371 South West Templo street.
Many prizes are to be given.
Allen Defeats De Oro.
NEW YORK, Oct. 3. Denny Allen of
TCansas City won tho world's pocket bil
liard championship tonight, defeating Al
fred De Oro of Cuba, the title holder for
several years, by a total score In the
three night's play of 600 to 516.
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scratched and two of the remalnlnllfh. d
were distanced In the llrst H' b
but two starters in the second and JR1
ll eats, Mliti?
C. Direct won first place In all 'Mr.y li
heats and Booker T. WiihingiJniW'Sn
second Joe Blng and Doll Sw'! i.
tanccd in the first heat. The tim"'
the three heats was the name TiSuW'Z
though C. Direct got off we i t$M f
Btart In each heat, he waa harrl nrSl m
by Booker T. Washington and thePhlM
finished Tilth less than a lcngtli LtlL
them in each heat. bcl,Mt9P
A special pace for $100 was the Bl0ir
event on the programme, with v'Sm1 I
ers Flying Potchcn took nvat ftM
heat and was given a clone llsrlit lliltfl b
first heat by Gene Direct Ilnl art Xl
second and third heats by ti f. cWfMU
The winner was the class of ihp.fla
however, and after getting ;u, earlvV
managed to keep in front to the ifMrf
Tho time for the heats was i-lmTt
?P?fz2lm Tn lllf! nrst ,1eat Mlss'iraK '
third, Samnntha Rohluhood fourlhmi
The Co-ed fifth in Mie wcomuWS'
Gene Direct, llal was third. MlssWSi ft
fourth, and Samnntha Roblnnood W?wa
The third heat Mis ilnl was t,rtiWB V
yStTuV.,,ood fourth :in, Ge"Mr
Beauman in Form. JjS'i
The third race was a fi; o-firlong J'JE!
for S12o Tenderest and Pnrlsshant m&.
scratched, leaving five start or?
u good start the lioraes kentii
buni hed. Beauman taking the lead aW V
first quarter. Dublin Minstrel TeB4 1
Standard and Traffic were t-loo'c bum
with Rather Royal In liie ioar A6)
horses put tip n pretty fl',-lit dovMV
stretch and Beauman succeodotl In cB"
lug the line slightly In the lead, fm 1
lln Minstrel was second and Temi'
Standard third. The time was 1 .OJl-m&i
The cowgirls' relay of three i'haB rf
was the final event of Hie card iMfVa1
Ruth Wclsniau and .Miss is'etlle &m& 1
dcrs were the only starters unci ia
Woisman won handily by neor'y u riM''
ter of u lap Miss Wolsir.a'n ahaBi w
much skill in changiuz mounts jBsifc1
C. C. Price, one of (he race jtidgeMfcab
Monday. Tuesdav. Wednesday fmsTti
Thursday, left for Lop AnseleB'jKi
terday on business and his p!aee .mjittt
taken by T. A. Reamer. tMv ,t
The Summary. wj
Kir.t ?a' for Utah-bred horses. jS?'
First heat. O. Direct, won; BookeiBiVj-tt
Washington, second; Doll, third; Wm
J- Second heat. C. Direct. :tBW
Booker T. Washington, second: M
and Joe Bincr. distanced; t'me. aB.-, fn,
Third heat. C Direct, won. HookeM.
Washington, second; time. 2-2 li.
Second ,race. special puce, S400 BBjT '
heat, Flying Potchen, won- i,ene Dmr"
Hal. second; lUIss Hal. third- time,
Second heat. Flying Potclien. won MM
Co-ed, second: Gene Direct Hal. tfl "
time, 2:17. Third heat. Flvltvr PotcB J
won; The Co-ed. second, Miss Hal,- 11 flMl
time. 2:21. yuflJ
Third race, live furlonss. si 25
man. 122 (C. Wilson), won, Dublin .1
strel. 110 (Inlanders), second; Te
Standard. 1 ID (Patterson), third. T
1:0?.. Traffic and Rather Rpyalj -
Fourth race, one mile, handIrap-7:, """""
Beard. 115 (Post), won. Joi- Woodsi 'l
(Nelson), second; Rockdale. 113 (M
tyro), third. Time, Lakeview
ran- 5 z:
Today's Entries. I T'
Today's cnlric3 fos- tlio clntc fair raceij
First race, Hpcclnl trot. pnr?e $r.0O-Can! t
W. Dcnni3, Kcjbun:. Maho: O-imbrclta l:q e""
C, Envln, Bolce, Idaho; DnybreiV. A P. I
Grand Junction. Colo ; Koile Toco. Spelr I
Salt Lake City; Sis Meridian. Zelrner Osd
Second raco, free-for-all jmcp, purse 1 '
Limited, W. W. Gilbert. Al.-imnsju Colo.;
Kornac, J, R. Daly, Mlssouln. M011L! Fv
Palchcon. J. Huber. Bozcirnin. Mont.. Uun r.
Parley Bonnlon. Cokevllle. Wyo.; Mil I ?
Rush, F. C Krwln, Boise, Idaho.
Third race, onc-halt-mllo run. purae
Rather Royal, IIP (II. Sehrolher). red. hi I .
113 (Lc B. McCornlck). yellow and white: T IRIS
est, 112 (W. C. Walton), blue and green: C
110 (M. SvlUo). purple; Cricket 113 (K
Potorr-on), bluo and while; Nipper Hoy. II.
N'ollson). red and pink "
Fourth raco. handicap, five fiirloiics. pnrM
-No Quurter. 122 (W. H. Tully). red and 0
Joo Woods. 122 (H. Larcnser). red. white
blue; La Taranta. 113 (R. T. N'ewton). pltt
sreon; TlKht Boy. 123 fW. J Dunn). bUcJl ......
ellow; Trarfie, 113 (7.. Domedlon). blua 4
Brecn; Helen 51.. 10J (P. XclKou). red and
Devio Andrewfl. 103 (F. Puxton). block and pi -
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