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SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 13 '
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LATE NEWS IN THE WORLD OF SPORT
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WHITE SOX DOWN
1TANKEESJ 5 TO 9
, t Record Crowd of 43,000 Fills
V Comiskey Park to
I I, Last Space
Vl CHICAOU. Sept. IS. The Chicago
1 White Sox tonight are firmly on-1
H y trenched In second place In the A.meii-1
I t can league pennant as a arcsult of
i defeating New TOrk for the third'
LR straight time, 15 to P
U" The game was played before the
largest crowd that ever witnessed a
HH baseball game In Chicago, iho attend-!
fm ..nee being estimated nt 43 oou Com-
' lskey park was Jammed until the spec-
JH tutors swarmed ten deep on the play?
B Ing field, muklng a hit into the crowd
mH good for onl two bMM.
7 v GO ON RAMPAGE'
- lM The White Sox went on a batting;
rampage and collected -' ! hits. In-'
-. W eluding six doubles and a triple off
the four Yankee, pitcher Muk'y
" ,-tarted the game tor .New 'iork but
k driven oft tht- mound aftei thi
Sox bagged seven hits and rcored five
W rune In une and one-third innings.
i Mcgridge attempted to check Chicago I
V and was touched for three hits. In-k-
J eluding two doubles, which netted Cht
P trj ego three more runs. McGiaw. a
Tfl rookie pitcher, succeeded Mogrldgc
tnd survived the next inning, but In
i the fourth Chicago launched another
JrF 1 altuck and McGraw retired In favor
"fPI 01 Q ilnn after four run had been
-. J - on ii
i Ed Lie CIi otte, pitching bis first
-yJM dm,, iii ten days, wan snakv at the ,
- Hl arl bat was given sensational sup-
m port by Eddie Collins. Rlsberg and
' H Jackson, the latter taking Meusel'-.
long fly off tlie heads of the crowd j
tr-H and failinn as he caught It icon--
-3B 1 f Id the New York batters safely un-
r? ill the latter part of the game, when
VB I BC cased up. He allowed eleven hits,
jf B bl H s POOR DAY
- Babe" Ruth, who had hoped to nag
t l-.ls rtftleth homer, had u disastrous
day at bat. getting only a single. H
had faced three Chicago pitchers
Kerr. Kaber and Cicottc fourteen
times In the three games and only
r.ude three hits, two of which were
cfi Kerr and one off Clcotte. Today
Ruth was passed only once and on
his. next attempt he forced Jackson
to run for a long fly. He fanned the
next lime up and on his fourth at
tempt sent a high fly to Strunk. His
last time at bat be singled
CHICAGO NEW YORK
Strunk, rf Pecklnpaugh. ss
v caver, 3b Plpp. lb
h. Collins. 2b ' Ruth, cf
.:: ckson. if Pratt, 2b
D'elsch, cf Meusel, ri
J. Collins, lb i-ewis, if
Kisberg, ss Ward. 3b
:-chalk. c Hannah, C
cicotte. p Shawkey, p
Umpires Morlarltv and Hildebrand.
First Inning: New Vork Cddlc Col-
1ms made a great running catch of
'L 1 ecklnpaugh's flj Rlsberg caught
F I'ipp's grounder with one hand, throw-
Ing him out at first Ruth worked Cl
cotte for a pass Pratt singled to
right, sending Ruth to third. Jack
son ran Into the crowd tor Meusel I
fly, falling as he caught it No run;-.,
one hit, no errors.
first tuning: i hicago Strunk filed
lo Pratt Weaver Singled to right Ed
Collins lined to Meusel. Jackson hit
lr.to the left field crowd for two bases
Felsch dropped a Ml Into right center,
scoring Weaver and Jackson, and went
to second on the throw to the plate
John Collins doubled Into the field
crowd. scoring Felsch Rlsberg
tanned, 'three runs, loui hits, no er
rors. SECOND INNING.
Second inning New York Eddie
Collins threw out Lewis Ward was
bafc on Rlsberg's poor throw to first.
Rlsberg go Hannah s high fly. Cl
cotte knocked down Bhawkey's
grounder, throwing him out at first
No runs, no hits, no errors.
second Inning- Bos Schalk singled
to center. Cli otte also singled to cen
t r. Strunk fanned Weaver singled
to center, scoring Schalk and sending
Clcotte to third. Weaver went to sec
ond on the throw-in Mogrldge now
f' pitching for New York. Eddie Col
iJ .i lins beat out a hit to Pecklnpaugh, Cl
cottc scoring. Pratt threw out Jaek
eon'i and Weaver scored on the play
Cclsch doubled into the left Held
crowd, scoring Eddie Collins. John
Collins doubled into tho left Held
crowd, scoring Felsch McGraw pitch
ing or New York- Rlsberg fanned.
Five runs, six hits, no errors.
Third liming. Novi York Peckln
paugh singled to left. Plpp was safe
on Weaver's wild throw and Peckln
paugh went to third. Jarkson got
Kuth's high fly Pecklnpaugh scored
on a wild pitch. Rlsberg threw out
Pratt and I'lpp scoring. Meusel went
out the same way. Two runs, one hit,
Sox Ruth got Schalk's fly. Ward
threw out Clcotte. Strunk fanned. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
New York. Iewis fhed to Jackson.
Ward walked. Hannah lifted to fctrunk.
McGraw tanned. N'e runs, no hits, no
Sox. Weaver singled to right. Ed
die Collins singled to left, Jackson
walked He was purposely passed Felsh
walked, scoring Weaver John Col
lins got bis third double, scoring Ed
die Collins and Jackson. Wuinn now
pitching for New York. Rlsberg fanner
s chalk hit a bounder to hort and John
Collins, In attempting to avoid a col
lision with Pecklnpaugh. ran out of
line and the ball hit him. The Yankees
protested that Collins should have been
out, but the umpires rerused to allov
it. Felsh scored and John Collins took
third. Schalk being credited with a hit.
Clcotte singled lo right, scoring John
COllihe. Strunk forced Cicotto, Peck
lnpaugh unassisted. Weaver grounded
to Plpp- Five runs five hits, no er
rors. FIFTH INNING.
New Y'ork. Fewstor batting for
Pecklnpaugh singled to center Plpp
hit into a double pav. Eddie Collin
to Rlsberg to John Collins Ruth, af
ter hitting a high foul, m'ssf-d the- third
strike, v.hlch .Sehallc Cropped and was
thrown out at first. No runs, one hit,
Sox: Fewster now playing xhort
Yick playing left field and Hoffman
catching for New Y'ork Ward and
Plpp retired Eddie Collins. Jacksoaj
filed to Vlok. Felsch tripled to deep
04 nter John Collins was Aafo when
Plpp missed his grounder and H'el6ch
scored. Ruth was under Rlsberg's fly.
une run, one hit, one error.
H Now York Pratt doubled down the
A field line. Meusel doubled Into the!
, 9 right field crowd scoring Pratt. Yick
H fanned. Ward singled to renter, scor-1
Ing Meusel. Hoffman fanned Fddi''
I Collins grabbed Qulnn's fly. Two I one,
n three hltn, no errors
I , Box: Schalk tripled to center. Clcot-
Cardinals and Braves Split;
Cubs Take Final From
Phillies, 9 to 7
NEW YORK. Sept 1 New Y'ork
made It three out of four from Pitts
burg today by taking the final game of
'hf series 8 to " In a hard-hlttlnr con
test Each team used three pitchers
W ith the exception of the winnjng
runs, all of the Giant's runs came af
ter twp were out- Burns continued his
batting: streak to eisrht successive hits,
including five yesterday,
Score R. H. E
Pittsburg . . a0 000 0?,0 7 10 3
New York .... 202 100 21x I 11 4
Batteries Ponder. Zlnn. Carlson
and Schmidt; Bailee Ryan, Douglas
BOSTON, Sept. 18. St. Louis and
Boston closed their ln'er-club game
today by breaking even In a double
header. The visitors won the flrtc
game 7 to 0. in the thirteenth inning
on a double by Stock, which scored
Flournier. Schupp, who started the
first contest also opened th second,
but was hit hard.. Ponton Winning
Score. First game R. H. E.
St. Louis 000 122 010 000 1 7 22 t
Boston 2J1 000 020 000 0 i 12 1
Batteries: Schupp. Goodwin. Sher
del and Illho"fer icschger. ToWnS
rnd and Qowdy, O'Neill
Score. Second game R. H, E
St. Louis 000 000 120 3 11 I
Boston 100 220 OOx G 12 ll
Batteries Schupp, North, Lons. j
Klrchr and demons Fllllng'.ni and
PHILADELPHIA. ?pt. , 18. The1
Chicago Cubs won their final contest
it the season with the Phillies here to-
1nv 0 to 7 Martin iini IrtrH th.- ,v 1 1 1 -
J nlng margin for the Chicago team
, when, after tak'ng T!er'n olace on the
rvbber in '.he seventh, he went to hat
against Smith of the Phillies In the
'eighth with two out and two on bases
, hnd hit the first ball pitched Into Wr
, fMd bleachers for a home-run that
scored three runs,
I Score R. H. E
Chicago 120 000 330 9 12 3
I Philadelphia . 000 312 010 7 13 3
, Batteries Tyler, Martin and O'Fnr
Irell; Meadows, Smith. Betts and With.
Baseball League to
Be Discussed Monday
Plans for the formation of a base-
I ball league to include Ugden. Brigham,
Iavton. Logan. SlMthfleld and Tre-,
monton, will be outlined at a meeting
I to be held at the Weber club Monda
evening at 7 30 o'clock. Representa
tives from all of the foregoing clubs
will be In attendance.
I Ra Olsen will represent Logan,
while Robert Griffith will be the
Smlthfleld representative. Ogrien will
be represented by Frank Siott and A.
Klshburn will talk for Trcmonton. AY.'
y. Davis of Brigham City and V Cook
of Layton will also be present
Mayor Frank Francis will be one ofi
the speaker on the evening program.
O J. Stllwell secretary of the 'gden
Chamber of Commerce will also take
WINS 16-MILE RUM IN
OPENING LEGION MEET
J PHILADELPHIA. Sept. IS Cliff j
, Mitchell. St Christopher club, New
York, won the sixteen mile run from
VillanOya', PS . to Franklin field here.
; which opened the track and field meet
I of the American legion today HIs
i time as 1 houi 40 minutes 8 second.
REDS RANSACK HOUSES
IN SEARCH FOR FOOD
WASHINGTON. Sept IS Drastic
measures to enforce the nationalization
of food ha'e been adopted by the sov
iet authorities at Petrograd. a state
department telegram received today '
through Baltic channels said. All.
houses In Petrograd ann the streets!
.and yards as well were under close I
Isurvelllanee and all foodstuffs found!
in private possession 'were confiscated.
Three commissalres have been desig
nated to take complete charge ol the'
enforcement of the prohibition against
private transactions with a view to
soviet monopolization lof all bood busl
Oleomargarine production in the
United States in 1919 amounted to
jte fouled to Hoffman. Strunk singled
to left Weaver dropped a hit intoi
richt, rorlng Schalk Eddie Collins
sacrificed Ward to Pipp. Pratt and
Plpp retired Jackson. One run, three
hits, no error?
New York: Fewster grounded to
Rlsberg. Felsch was under Plop's fly.
Ruth filed to Strunk. No runs, no hit's.
I no errors.
Sox: Felsch singled to center. J.
! Collins fanned Felsch stole 6econd
Rlsberg fanned Pratt and Plpp re- '
j tired Schalk. No runs, one hit, no I
j New York French batted for Pratt
! Leibold went to left field in place of
iJackson. I rem h fanned Meusel filed
!to Felsch. Vlck walked. W ard doubled
to I0f1 scoring Vlck. Hoffman Singled
I nfer, scoring Ward. Qulnn forced
Hoffman, Eddie Collins to Rlsberg
Two runs, two hits, no errors.
Sox: French went to short and Few-!
ster to second for New York. Clcotte
out. Pewstsr to Pipp Strung singled
to left Weaver forced Strunk Few
ster to French and Weaver took sec-1
jond on French's wide throw to first
Eddie Collins walked. Qulnn tossed
i out Leibold. No rune, one hit. no or-j
New York; Fewster beat out a bunt.)
Plpp singled to center. Ruth singled'
to right, scoring Pewstei French
forced Ruth. Rlsberg unassisted Plpp
scoring. Meusel safs on Weaver's low
throw Leibold 'dropped Vick'a flj fill
ing the bases Eddie Collins threw out'
Ward, French scoring. Hoffman
fouled lo Schalk Three run- three
hois. I wo errors
Score R H E 1
New York 002 002 023 0 1 1 2
Chicago . .. 350 Ml OOx 15 21 4
Batteries Shawkey, Modrldge. Mc
Graw Qulnn and Hannah, Hoffman,!
Clcottn and Schalk. '
Benny Leonard Is
Eager For Scraps
NEW YORK. Sept IS. Of course
there will he an awful blast of criti
cism over Eddie Fltzslmmons refusal
to meet Lightweight Champion Bcnny
I Leonard In s fifteen round match at
Madison Square oardeti. but tho
vouthful New i ork star is not wholly
,to blame for the fan that Tex Rlckard
! didn't, land th- bout
Truth be told R"nnv himself waeffl t
; so crazy to go through W Ith ihe match
a, some of his supporiers would have
th" fight fans believe When Dan Mor
gan brought tlie news that his battler
d'dn't feel himself capable "f holding
Off the champion ju?t yet, there was
more Joy than disappointment in the
i Leonard camp
hen Leonard agreed to post a for
feit of $20,000 to insure his appearance
Sfrht hour. before the bout, at 135
pounds ho honcstl believed he could
accomplish th.- poundage to get In con.
dPlon. but when he started after the
surplus weight ho found It didn't coine
off as readily a- he had snticlpatod
Thf re.M.n v n - tha; he began to grow
AN MAKE BIGHT.
There Isn't any doubt now in the
minds of most tlht followers mat th
champion reall) can pare himself
flown to the legitimate weight at whlih
he should be forced to fight, but he
couldn't do It in the time he had to
train for Pltsslmmons and still remain
strong Ho began to riraor for more
time.' and Fltzelmmons, ignoring the
fact that he had the chance Of e life
time to cateh this wonderful champion
off form began to hedge on the term
accepted for him by his manaKrr, Dan
Morgan The result was that the bout
was called off, and oath f.ghters
breathed a SJKh of relief
Rlckard still has Ionard signed to,
a contract cllmg for his appearance
Clinton and Hooper Win
Games in Their Respective
The Clinton baseball t?am of the
Weber County Farm Bureau league.
in class 'B" won tho county champion
ship pennant yesterday afternoon by
defeating the All-Star" team of B.
league by a score of 8 to Z.
The game was crowded with sper-tacula-
plays and not until the last
"All-Star' batter was struck out, were
the Climon players sure of their game
They were awarded sweaters present
ed by the Amalgamated Sugar com
pany and the Utah Canners' associa
tion. In the latter part of the afiernoon
the Hooper ifam, champions of the
"A" league, defeated the All-Star
team of A ' league by a score Of 6
The lineup of the "B" league play
ers were as follows
Jensen p Stokes
Adams c .... .A MiteheU
Erickson lb Burnett
slater 2 b Bonhnm
Marriott 3b. ...Myron Child
Huieh s.s F. Robinson
Peck If I.orln Flinders
Chadwick rf. Law Mitchell
Albert Bbnham umpired the game.
The lineup for the second game fol
lows: Hooper All-Star
Pink-ham p Fernellus
Bues c Poulsen
Parker. . . lb Holmes
W.RusSell . ...2b Barrett
Moore 3b Pullet
J. Powers I f Paul
Manning cf . . . . Richardson
L Fowers rf Rhodes
Cottle s.s Wade
Following the ferond baseball game,
which was annexed by the Hopper
team to the tune of 6 to S, a boxing
tournament was held
Fuller and Bden defeated Holmes of
Liberty, and v. as awarded the J2 3
prize Splteman of North Ogden was
given the decision over Hall of Lib
erty Dralney. speedy mo yard sprinter
from Plain City, won easily from his
challenger. Budge of Pleasant View
Drrlney then defeated Claire Bram
wel) of Ogden in s 100 yard dash
Following the boxing the evening
was given over to dancing.
TITLE IN TENNIS
Mrs. Molla Mallory Wins Na
tional Championship for
PHILADELPHIA. Sept 18 Mrs.
Molla BJurstedt Mallor; won the wo
men's national tennis championship
for the fourth time today when she
d. feated Miss Marion Zindersteln of
Boston at the Philadelphia O x ket
Following th- loss of the single
championship, Mies Zlndcrsdein
coupled with Miss Eleanor Goss of
New York, captured the double? cham
pionship, which they also won last
year, by defeating Miss Eleanor Ten
nant and Mis Helen Baker of Califor
nia. 13-11 4 b. G-3.
The national title for mixed doubles
was won by Mrs G. W. Wlghtman of
Boston, last year's single's champion
and Wallace F Johnson. Philadelphia,
who defeated Mrs Mallorv and Crnlg
Riddle of Philadelphia t3. -.'
WON TITLE WITH EASE.
The Junior national tit lo went to Miss
Loulae Dixon, Philadelphia, who de
feated Miss Helen Sewell Philadelphia.
3-. ft-3. 6-2
Mrs Ma'lory won the singles cham
pionship with amazing ease She out
played and outgeneraled Miss Zinder
steln at every angle of the game. By
her victory Mrs Mallory obtained re
venge for the defeat at the hands of
Mue Zln1erteln last ear when she
was suffering from a strained ba ll
Th. champion was at her besl. her i
powerful forehand drives coming over
the net with dazzling apeed and un-l
against some battler vet to be selected
Who that will be now remains a mat
I ter for great speculation, for there
are very tew lightweights now doing
business worthy of a chance at the
I title Lev Tendler. the Philadelphjan,
obviously Is afraid of Leonard :m.J so
la Fltzslmmons. They do not care to
risk their capacity for earning dollars
In a bout with the champion. For their
refusal to fight some action should be
taken in New York and mabe it will
be. although what form of a punlsh
! ment will be meted out to them Is un
certain. MAY" MEET DUNDEE.
Johnny Dundee's signature or an
appearance against L?onard In a New
ork ring would open a wave of con
Jecture that would snow the bout un
der. There are lot of folks in New
York who believe that Leonard can
knock out Dundee an lime he feels
like It. They contend that the cham
pion has been kind to the Scotch
Wop on previnu occasions. Theso re
r.iarkn would again make their appear
ance, whether they be true or untrue.
This leaves on'y a eery few from
' ii'M-i an opponent for Leonard can be
fie ted There is Ritchie Mitchell,
,n- Westerner, who already has once
felt the r:. blng power of Leonard s
knockout punch. He might be induced
to try It again. Willie Jackson has
tit.ite.i the eellet that h.- ha? a chance
agalnn Leonard Joe Welling would
like lo have a crack at the title, ana
Preddli Welsh has intimated that he
mlRlit somo day try to come baek
A.ide from Mitchell, the boys are
not worthy of real title matches. Jack
son is a very ordinary scrapfper built
on the reputation he acquired Whefi
he accidentallv knocked out Dundee
' f the lot Mitchell Is the best, with
Welling probabl second choice.
Athletics Lose to Browns; Red
Sox Hit Tigers' Recruits
CLEVELAND. Sept 18. Cleveland
made It three straight from Washing
ton. 7 to 6, In a weird game, charac
terized bj loose fielding and timely
batting l.y Cleveland Caldwell pitched
masterly ball in spite of the many er
.rors behind him. many of the hits'elth
cr being on luekj bounds or after
chances had been given to retire the
' n the other hand. Cleveland made
all but two of Its nine hits count Three
!of the four passer, taken by i le' eind
also figured in the run getting. Gard
ner drove in thre runs and scored
' a nother
Friends presented Jack Grarex wltn
an automobile previous to the . ontSSt.
Approximately 20.000 faii6 were In
Gardner s single In the seventh, fol
lowing a single by Wambsganss. a base
on balls lo Spea'.ter and a sacrifice by
Q ran ft who batted for Smith, placed
Cleveland In the lead again. from
which they were never routed
Score Pi. H K
Washington . 010 oj; noo r, ii 2
Cleveland ... 002 120 20x : :i
Batteries Erickson. Shaw and
Gharr'ity; Caldwell and S. O'Neill.
St. Louis. Sept. 18. Bayne hurled
brilliantly against Philadelphia today
and St. Louis won T to 1. The locn"
hurler allowed but one hit In the first
five Innings. St Louis hit Kecfe op
portunely. Score: R. H E
Philadelphia . 000 000 100 1 i S
'St. Louis 121 002 lOx 7 12 0
DETROIT, gept is. Boston hit two
recruit pitchers Wilson and Baum
garten, opportunely today and won the
final game of the series with Detroit,
7 to Hooper's tripi--. double ana
'walk in three successive trips to the
(plate paved the way for runs for the
, visitors his team mates following him
.with hits on each occalon.
Score: r. h. E
Boston 102 021 100 7 9 2 I
j Detroit . . 200 000 020 i 2 I
Baiterie.s Myers and Sehang. Wil
son, Bauingarien. Yedder and Manlon.
POLES AND REDS MEET
TO SET PEACE PARLEY
RIGA sept 17 ( Bv the Associated
Press). M Dombski. head of the Pol
ish peace mission and Adolph Joffe.
chief of the Russian soviet delegation.'
Will meet tomorrow to fix a date fori
the beginning of the conference at
which an armistice and treaty of peace
between Poland and the Russian sov-
lot gOernment will be negotiated.
Pictures of the old Russian crare
hase been removed from the confer-1
lence hall at the request of the soviet i
POLL TAX ON WOMEN NOT
IN LAWMAKERS' POWER
AUSTIN, Tex Sept l?. The '! "Xae
I legislature wrru.;-. j6 called to convene
In special session September 21 would
j not have the power to levy a poll tax
upon the wonvn. which under the
I constitution would become a voting
i pre-rcquislte in the coming November
election, according to an opinion hand
: ed to the governor by the attorney-'
canny accuracy Her backhand also
prov. d . If. th ai i rltlcal n ientl
j This Is really the fifth time that
Mrs. Mallory has won the high tennis
Ihonora Shi cam' through to lct.u
in the national title events In 1915.
1916, KH 7 and 1918. but the 1917 event
was not counted as a championship, ll
i being merely a patriotic tournament.
I The doubles final match required I
twenty-four games before it was won I
I by Mlas Zindersteln and Miss Goat
;The Callfornlans .-ill through the match
played an aggressive game, while the
champions lost opportunlt after op-1
portunlty of winning the?r points. Miss
Zindersteln played the most brilliant
tennis of the quartet, while Miss Baker
wa a trifle better than her partner.
Miss Zindersteln pTdYed all her shots
a! her and the Californlan was kept
ey busy, Mi Goas, on th other,
hand, played Miss Baker.
HALTED BY REDS
Robinson Uses Five Pitchers
Attempting to Stem. Tide: ,
Loses by 11 to 5
i BROOKLYN, Sept IS Cinelnatl
stopped the onrush of Brooklyn to- j
ftrard tho National leapuo pennant!
i todav by winning the final game of I
the searon between the two clubs 11
to ). Manager Robinson of thf Su- J
perha tried his beat to stem the tide
of the Reds onslaught and before'
the ehnmplons were raced In the ninth I
five Brookhn pitchers hnd been uad. ,
OPEN BATTLE IN SIXTH.
Ring anrl Marquard were the oppo-- j
, Ing pitchers at the start and both I
eased In the sixth. Tn the f!r?t five
innings Ring held Broo'-ivr. "o thre
hits srattered over as mar"- innings
while Cincinnati had touched Mar- '
quard for five hits and two run?. In j
the riyth with P.oush disposed n". the'
next f nir Reds hit safelv to l'f
field and these, with an error by;
Wheat, accounted for thrc run? I
Mamsu. finished the inning without
further scoring by Clnc'nni"
Th.- attack on Ring cn-l?ted of two!
singles, a home run by Crlf'lth and
triple by Wheat. Napier a recruit,
then succeeded Ring and Myers greet
' ed him with a double tht scored ,
Wheat An error by Groh enabled
Myers to tie the score. Napier then
pitched good ball allowing one morel
hit and issuing the pas?, the only j
Brooklvn men to get to first ba3e
MANY DRIVEN OIT.
Smith started to pitch- In the rev
enth, but was withdrawn after two j
, of the first three men tofaco him
i had hit safely Then Robinson called I
. upon his stir Crime?. A hit by Dun
can sent honi" two runners and in th j
eighth, three hits off Grimes added i
Another run Mitchell nltchd the InV !
I Inning and three runs were added
to Cincinnati's score as the result of
three hit? and Wheat's second error
; Rath, 2b 093n. es.
Daubert. lb. Johnston. 3b
Groh. 3b . Griffith rf.
Rou.h. cf Wheat, If.
Duncan, If. Myers, cf
Kopf. s? Schmandt. lb
Neale, rf. KUduff. 2b.
Rariden. c. Mllle'. c.
Ring, p Marquard, p
I'mrdrs; Rigior and Moran.
Flr?t Inning Cincinnati RaM:
out at flrt. Schmandt to Marquard
Daubert got two bases when Kildufi
muffed his fly Groh struck o il. KU
duff ionl, P.oush s line drive. No runj.
no hit? one error
FliM Inning Brooklyn Olson out,
i Rath to Daubert. Rin tossed out
Johnston at first Griffith popped up
! to Kopf No rnn, no hits, no errors
slit OND INNING.
Sccruid Inning: Cincinnati Dun
can hit to left for two bases. Schmandt
took Kopf? foul fly. Neale filed tj
Wheat. Rarlder. singled through sec
ond, but Duncan was out at the
! plate. KUduff to Miller No run
two hits no errors-
-Sceoiui inning: Brooklyn Wheal
sent :i high one to NeoJc Myers out
I to Daubert unassisted Schmandt
walked Schmandt was caught off
I first. Ring to Daubert. No runs, no
hits, no errors
Third Inning. Cincinnati Ring
filed to KUduff Rath fanned Johns
' ton took Daubert's pop fly. No runs,
no hit?, no errors.
Third Inning: Brooklyn KUduff
.sent a long fly to Duncan Miller sin
gled to left Miller was forced by
Marquard. Groh to Rather. Olou
popped to Eaubert No runs, one hit.
Fourth Inning. Cincinnati Groh
I walked. Roush singled to center, Groh
i taking third. Duncan struck out and
Roush stole second Groh and Roush
scored or. Kopf's hit to short Kopf
stole ?econd. Neale out, KUduff to
Schmandt Johnson threw out Rari
den at first. Two runs, two hits, no
Fourth Inning ; Brooklyn Johns
ton 1 1 f toil an easv fly to Kopf Roush
took Griffith's fly Wheat singled to
right Daubert took Myers' grounder
and retired him at first No runs, one
hit. no errors.
Fifth Inning. Cincinnati WlngO
sent a high fly to Myers, Rath heat
oul a hit to short He then stole
second Wheat go; under Daubert's
fly Groh popped up to Johnston.
No runs, one hit, no errors.
Fifth Inning. Brookhn Schmandt
Struck out KUduff singled to center.
Rath 'ook Miller''- asv fly. Marquard
forced Kilduff at second, Kopf to
Rath. No run? one hit, no errors.
sivih IntOng Cincinnati Roush
f 1 1 d to Wheat. Duncan singled to left
center and went to second when Wheat
let the ball ko by him. Duncan scored
on Kopf a hit to left, the latter going
to second on the throw-in Neale got
a Tcn leaguer to left Kopf scored
on Rnrlden's hit to left Mammaux
went in to pitch for Brooklyn, Neal"
took third on Rarlden's hit. Ring
fjnnt d. Rath hit to right, scoring
Neale. Rariden was caught on second,
Griffith to Kilduff Three runs, five
hits, one error.
Slxili Inning: Brooklvn Olson hit
to left for a sing'e. Johnston sumled
to Center llSOn going to third. Grif
fith hit over the right field wall for a
home-run, scoring Olson and John?
ton ahead of him. Wheat got three
bs "ii 8 hit to left center. Napier
n.,u pitching for Cincinnati Wheat
scored on Myers' double to right.
Schmandt was safe on Groh's bad
throw to fir! of his drive to third
Kilduff sacrificed Rariden to Dau
berl Mvers scored when Kopf erred
on Miller'? grounder Oroh took Mam
maux's foul fly Olsen up for the sec
ond time this Inning. Was thrown out
at first by Groh. Five runs, five hits,
Seventh Inning: Cincinnati Sher
Od Smith now pitching for Brooklyn
Daubert hit to center for a single.
Grnb singled Rous'-i tiled to Myers.
Grimes now pltchtng for Brooklyn.
Daubert scored on Duncan's hit to
right. Groh went home when Johns
ton let the throw In gel past him.
On Kopf? smash to Grimes, Duncan
was run down between second and
third. Grimes got the put out after
the plaj by Johnston and Kilduff
Seals walked, Rariden out, Kilduff
to Schmandt. To runs, three hits, one
Seventh Inning: Brooklyn Johns
ton out. Rath to Daubert Griffith
?ent ft fly o Duncan Wheat went out '
by the Ralh-Dauberl route. No runs, '
no hits, no errors.
-Eighth Inning; Cincinnati Napier
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! BURLEY SCHOOL
I BL'RLEV, Ida., Sept. 15 Fire In
'rhe new southwest S'hool bulldi.ni? this
Ufternoon caused damage estimate! ll
140,000. Although workmen near thn
building saw the flames as they bepun
I to sprena.i along the eornice. the fire
gained headway for learly two hours,
wins m the delay in connecting n line
of hose with the nearest fire hydrant.
.The first wing, consisting half the
building, iv OS gutted, only the brick
IkS. US remalninc
Work on the building, which iras si'
uatod in the new Homeland addition
ijn.i wna intended to furnish accom
Imodattbns for the school children in
the southwest part of the city, was
begun last spring and It would have
been rendv for occupancy within the
next two days.
iiwinq to th unexpected dela In Its
Icomplotlon It was found necessary pi
' i opening of the public schools last
Monday to provide temporary clasr
rooms iii other bulldlngp It wns one
of the handsomest public buildings in
this part of the state, more th.in $7,". -GOO
had already been expended in Its
Construction The lots Is covered by
Insurance, and the work of reconstruc
tion will begin at once
' FRANCE AND ITALY TO
j DIVIDE TEUTON WARSHIPS
PARIS. Spt. 17 An agreement has
been reached between the French and
Italian ministries of marine w-lth re
gard to the allotment of German and
Austrian warships under the Versailles'
treaty France will receive five cruis
ers and nine torpedo boats and Italy
will receive four crul-ors with the same
I number of torpedo boats.
RUMANIA IS 26TH NATION
TO RATIFY PEACE TREATY
WASHINGTON, Sept. 18. The state
department was advised today toat
Rumania had deposited Its ratification
of the peace treaty, bringing the num
!ber of signatories up to twenty-six
1 singled to center Rath sacrificed.
I Schmandt getting the put out unasslst-
j ed Daubert got a hit on a hot smaah
to Grime? Xapier going to third Na
pier out at home. Schmandt to Miller,
on Groh s drive to the first basemen.
Daubert scored on Roush's hit to right
Groh going to third Duncan sent a
line drive to Kilduff. I no run. three
I hits no errors
Eighth Inning: Brooklyn Myers
I walked Schmandt and Myers were
doubled up. Rath to Daubert. Kil
duff popped to Groh No runs, no hits,
Ninth Inning; Cincinnati Mitchell!
! now pitching for Brooklyn Kopf got
two bases on Wheat's muff of his fly.
' Neale sacrificed, Mitchell to Schmandt.
I Kopf scored on Rarlden's single to
right. Napier out, second to first
Rariden scored on Rath's hit to left,
I Rath scored from second on Daubert's!
hit to center Groh hit to Johnston,
i who tagged Daubert out. Three runa,
I three hltM, ono error.
Ninth Inning: Brooklvn Miller
singled to right He was doubled up
with Mitchell, Hath to Daubert Ol
son filed to Neale. No runs., one hit.
R H E.
Cincinnati . ono 203 .'31 11 1 3
Brooklyn ...ooo 00S ooo 5 9 4
Batteries Ring. Napier and Rari
den: Marquard. Smith, Grimes, Mlt-1
chcll and Miller. J
BEES LOSE OUT I
Rainers Win Game. 3 to 2 By
Strand's Double in
SEATTLE. Sept 18. The Rainier
once more showed the Bees the wy
out this afternoon, winning bv a score H
of 3 to 2 It was the fourth straight
gome in which the Bees scored two
runs and similarly it as ti.elr fourth
.straight defeat. They have won but
on,e game in the present series
The game was won in the ninth
when Paul Strand soaked out a double.
I to center .Ii l Ing In Elred. who was I
Ion second by reason of a walk and '
I Ken worthy 'a sacrifice hit. H
Joe Dalley, a lanky youngster who H
once had a triaul with Portland and
who has been pitching In the North
Western, wa the chief obstacle In the 1
". ay of th' Bees He showed tho Ls
ltOrs a ball that had them -absolutely
nt his mere Ralph Stroud pitched
his usually good game, but he got no H
help nt alal J
A feature of the day was a near
1 1 i pi e ploy In the first Inning Instead
of being triple play, however, it H
turned out to be tw.i tallies for Saalt
llike. Guy hooper started 'h.. .itch
ing for Seattls He passed Mulligan.
IWolter hit safe! and Krug walked.
illlnic the bases. Sheely drove a long
tlj to right which took such a tan
j gent as to mislead the runners Into
j thinking that It surely would go oyer
the fence Roxy Mlddleton however,
i made a wonderful rntch of tho ball
ngainst the boards. The hunncrs were
well on their wav. Mlddleton threw
the ball to Kenworthv and Kcnworthy ,
to Murphy. Apparently a triple play
had been made.
But it turned out that appearances
were deceptive Nobod seemed to
know Just what actually happened, but
t'rere was a great row, the center of
the maelstrom being the umpires.
After the riot quieted down it was
announced thaat Shoeiy's blow wan a
I sacrifice fly- on which Mulligan scored,
land that Krug was out for passing
Vv'olter on the has? lines. While the
ngument was going on for full ten
minutes Harrv Wolter casually
Strolled home with the second run for
The visitors had a chance in the
ninth when Wolter and Krug hit and
Hood was passed, filling the bases,
with one out, but Hauger struck out
.-iid Sand forced Hood-
The locals scored one In the second
on doubles by Strand and Elliott,
made another In the third on Middle-
I ton's single Bohne's double and a
sacrifice fly. and won in the ninth, as
There will be I double-hcadertomor-row,
if it doesn t rain. If tomorrow's
game is Impossible, there will be one H
RICHARDS AND TAYLOR
TAKE ONTARIO TITLE
TORONTO, Ont.. Sept. 18. Vincent
Richards and Harold Tulor of New 1
York won the Ontario tennis doubles
championship today by defeating
Walter Westbrook of Detroit and C. 1
A. CarroO Of Cleveland, 3-6. 6-3. 6 4. !
MEXICANS BITLD SCHOOLS. j
LOS ANGELES. Cal.. Sept. 4 7. !
The new government of the nortnern j
district of Lower Callforia has com
pleted negotiations witj a Los Angeles ,
firm for the purchase of materials for , (
twenty school houses of various sls.
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