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1 THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, 8ATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1913. 13 V
! I GOD telephone service depends largely upon mutual
I m courtesy. The telephone is more useful to those who
1 J talk as if face to face, for civility removes difficulties
I and facilitates the promptest possible connections,
pi As in other intercourse, it often happens that two or more
I people wish to talk with the same person at the same time.
I Without courtesy confusion is inevitable, and the confusion
1 is greater when the people cannot see each other.
I The operators must be patient and polite under all cir-
1 cumstances, but they will do better work if they meet patience
j and politeness on the part of telephone users.
1 The Bell Telephone Service enters intimately into the
I social and business life of each individual. The best results
I come through the practice of mutual courtesy.
j I The Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Company
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Ifed it out and drew a pass, which
;or(.-d Tunes in Then Ballinger
bused it out for a two-bagger and
BUsberg and Moorehead counted. Poui
my going to third The latter scored
on a will pitch, v.lil'.li was In ilsel.
Kpeculiar thing Just as Stony was
Mulshing his wind-up and was abou'
Elet fl, the ball slipped out of his
pj&nd and rolled behind hi in
I The Ogden score was boosted one
girt the fifth Blausser sent one into
Belt center, where it hopped around
until Blausaer was safe on second. He
went to third on Moorehead 6 out and
Kpcored on Pourrov s sacrifice fly to
B; The Salt Lake side scored three of
Bfthfir six runs in the seventh Dressen
Bled off with a double to left and went
Bo third on a wild pitch McClan
Kianned and Bauer drew a pass Spen
Beer popped out to Wessler and then
Capt Huelsman came along with hU
trusty weapon He sent a heautit'ul
drive oer the left field fence count
Hfng three runs. Singles b;. Murphy ry.il
Bbavls followed, but the runners died
fc-hen Schimpff'B fly was caught b
Hkisberg
I Those threp were retrie?ii by Og
Hflen in the ninth, R this time the
HebH Lake lineup had been twitched
Bkround a whole lot by reason of plncli
I hitters used In the eighth The stagp
was set with Schlmpff catching Buu
er on third and Lrickson on first
Rustenhaen got another base on
1 balls and Jones doubled to right RIs
! berg was thrown out by Bauer and
Blausser brought In the two runners
with a single to center He went to
Bccond on a wild pitch and catue homo
on Moorebead's straight, scooter
through the diamond
A rally in their half of the ninth
netted the Salt Lake club three runs.
Spencer was clever enough to get j
two-bagger along the left field line.
Huel9man was thrown out by Rlsberg
Murphy singled to right, scoring Sp?n
cer. Davis got a blngle and Schlmpff
got another, thereby loading the ba
ses Morgan, hitting for Pendleton,
sent out a neat slam, scoring Murphy,
and Davis scored on Dressen s out,
which was made by Ballinger unas
slsted The side went down and the
;ame ended when Erlckaon whiffed
OGDEN.
ABR.BH PO A E
Wessler 2b 5 1 2 3 2 "
, Woolums lb 4 0 1 7 0 U
Rustenhaven If . . 2 2 0 0 0
' Jones Ub 4 2 2 n n 0
Rlsberg ss ...... . o 1 0 2 2 0
i Blausser rf 5 2 2 0 0 0
Moorehead cf 5 2 2 2 0 0
Pourroy c 3 1 0 10 0 0
Ballinger p 5 0 ) 1 2 0
Totals 38 11 12 27 9 0
SALT LAKE
AB R BH PO A E
! Bauer lb-3b 4 1 2 10 2 1
I Spencer cf 5 1 1 1 0 0
Huelsman If 4 1 2 1 Q 1
1 Murphv rf 6 1 3 0 1
i Davis 2b 5 1 3 1 1 1
I Schlmpff 3b-c $ 0 3 1 f I
Pendleton ss . . .4 0 0 1 4 1
McQlynn p i- 0 0 0 2
Dressen p 3 1 1 0 (
McClainc 3 n o 6 1 '
j L'rn kfftOll lb 2 0 0 1 0 '1
Morgan l 0 l 0 o
Totals 42 6 16 27 17 ti
! Lrickson batted for McClaln in the
eighth.
Morgan batted for Pendleton in ninth
SCUIIK BY IN M M -.
i Ogden 214 016 00311
Salt Lake 000 000 303 b
SUMMARY
First base on errors Ogden 2 Two
base hits Ballinger. Woolums, Jones,
Dressen, Spencer Three-base hit
Wessler Dome run Huelsman Runs
batted in By Jones 2, Wessler. Bal
linger 2, Pourroy, Blausser 2. Moore
head, Huelsman 3. Murphy. Morgan
Sacrifice fly Pourroy. Double p!a
Rlsberg to Wessler to Woolums
Jlit by pitcher Huelsman. Struck
out By Ballinger 9, by McGlynn 2,
by Dressen t. Base on balls Off
Ballinger 2, off McGlynn 5. off Dres
sen 1 Wild pitches Ballinger. Mc
Glnn, Dressen. Passed ball Pour
roy Left on bases Ogden 7. Salt
Lake 12 Hits Off McGlynn. 5 in 4
Innings; off Dresden, 7 In 6 Inning
Time of game 2:02. Umpire Frary
I HELENA WINS
FROM MISSOULA
Helena. Mont, Sept. 12 The Vigi
lantes hit Maloney at will, hamraerinc
nut 2u hits for a total of 18 nm.
while Antes allowed the Highlanders
to make their ten hits count for but
3 runs Helena simply made a run
awav of the contest The score:
MISSOULA
AB. R. H. O. A
t'ordtz cf .. . . . 3 1 1 1 0
1 Changnon ?b 8 1 2 4 1
Perrine 2b 4 0 1 6 2
I Carman lb 3 1 o 7 Q
i Daschbach ss 3 0 2 2 2
I Auer c 0 0 2 2
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Welcher If 2 0 0 1 0.
Finch rf 4 0 0 1 0
Maloney p J) 0 0 0
Totals -....32 3 10 24 8
HELENA.
AB R. H O N
Spencer If 5 3 3 1 oj
Tronin 3b 4 3 4 1 1
Menges se 5 2 1 2 3
Quiglcy 2b 4 : 4 6 5
Lussi lb 5 I 3 7 0
Idibson rf 4 3 2 1 0
Murray of & 1 2 4 0
Crittenden c 5 0 0 4 0
Ames p 0 1 1 1
Totals. 41 18 20 27 10
SCORE BY LNKi;s
Missoula 000 001 200 3
Helena -410 066 01 18
SUMMARY
Errors Maloney, Cronln. Gibson,
Murraj Two-base hits Auer, Spen
cer Three-base hits Spencer. LubsI
2 Gibson. Home run Menges. Sac
rifice flies Carman, Welcher 2, Gib
son. Double plays Perrine to Car
man. Daschbach to Perrine to Car
man; Menges to Quiglcy to Lussi 3.
Hit by pitches Quigley Stolen bases
Changnon, Gibson, Murray Bases
on halls Off Maloney 1, off Ames 4
Struck out By Maloney 1, by Ames
, 4. Left on bases Missoula 0, Helena
j 2! Time 1 25 Umpire La Rocquc.
GREAT FALLS
BEATS BUTTE
Great Falls. Sept 12 Great Palls
took the third straight game from
Butte today when they found Kel
logg for 11 hits At that the game
wag close and ivae tied up to the
seventh inning An error by Kellogg
on a bunted ball enabled the Electrics
to cinch the game in the eighth
Score:
BUTTE.
AB. R H. O. A
Demagsio If 4 0 0 3 0
Turgeon lb . 4 2 2 12 0
Duddv ss 3 0 2 2 2
Kafora C 1 1 4 1
Clvnes rf 4 0 1 1 0
Whaling 2b 4 0 1 1 2
Marshall cf 3 0 0 1
Oriet 3b 3 0 0 0 3
Kellogg p 8 0 0 J
Totals 32 3 7 24 10
GREAT FALLS
AB R H. O. A
Potts ss 4 2 3 3 4
Hester lb g J J 1J J
Wents 3b ... 3 u i 1 2
Fave If 4 0 3 3 0
KpIIv rf 2 2 0
Delhi P 6 0 1 ?"
SSSu ef i 5 I i ; 5
-43 ;;
Weaver c
Totals 5 11 27 13
SCORE BY INNINGS
RMtt- 100 no 000.:
gSat Fails" 011 010 ir-5
SUM M ARY
Errors Duddy Kellogg Two-base
bit Turgeon Three-base hits lur
goon, Kelly Potts Sacrifice hits
Hester, Delhi, Galena 2. Sacrifice
flies Hester, Wentz, Duddy Hit by
pitcher Delhi, by Marshall; Galena,
by Kellogg. Stolen bases Potts 3.
Fave Kafora. Bases on balls Oft
Kellogg 1. Struck out By KeUogg.
4 by Delhi. 3. Left on bases Butte
4. Great Falls 7. Time l: 30. Um
pire El6ey
STANDINGOF CLUBS j
UNION ASSOCIATION
Won Lost. Pot
Great Falls 76 42 644
Salt Lake 73 41 609
Butte .. f:! hl JJJ
Miseoula n: hi l
Helena 51 f
Ogden 60 72 .410
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Won. Lost Pet.
New York 89 43 674
Philadelphia 78 49 HI
I Chicago "6 59 Ml
Pittsburg 71 b3 630
Brooklyn 68 '3 -M
Boston 66 78 480
Cincinnati 68 8fJ JJJ
St. Louis 47 9o .3o5
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Woo. Lost. Pet
Philadelphia . 87 47 640
Cleveland 80 87 o84
Washington 78 6. B78
Boston 8 b4 Mo
I Detroit .. g JJ
St. Louis 8h .3m
New York . . 8 84 301
BASEBALL
Climbers Are Climbing.
Washington Sept. 12 with today's
six to one victory over Cleveland the
fifth straight in four days, Washing
ton climbed to within a single game
of Cleveland in the fight for second
place in the American eagUfl pennant
race. The home team won by hit
ling Blanding hard when hits meant
runs Th big pitcher was sent back
In a vain effort to check Wnshington
and for the first three Innings the
game looked as if It would be close
Washington got off to a one-run
lead in the second but levelaud tal
lied in its half of the fourth and the
teams again were on even terms The
tic was short lived, however, as
Washington landed on Blanding in the
fourth for two doubles and two sin
gles and these helped along with an
error, were good for three runs The
locals stored again In the Elx,h and
J he eighth and with , alter John -son
mowing down the f Icelanders In
regular order, the result became a
CCTtawaV Johnson's second victory
ovor Cleveland of tbe series He
was In fine form, showing but four
widely scattered hits striking out
seven and giving hut one base on
balls In the field 1,e accepted six
" l?n8 TasThe hit''ng star of the
da getting four hits out of four
times up two of them being doubles-
Kinsmi h also batted hard, connecting
for iXU and doumle out of three
I U'S Cleveland s s.ug5.nS
Joe JacK-on
IT1 ti p Eolng after one of Milan's
figSl bvf Ryn. l and the
hall hit the fence about tbe MOIQ
MniP he ball rebounding Into Ue
' bo d's hande. while Jackson crum
I up in a baap. unconecioue His
1 n ir, ia not considered serious
I COn.d c Ixnacted to he in tomor-
AwflSw Hhlladelphta.
i Manager Birmingham received no
I tlce today of an Indefinite suspension
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iinni l'residont Ban Johnson, as thei
result of his argument with Umpire j
Regan yesterday. As Birmingham
wan ,0'd ot his suspension, Manager
Griffith was Informed that his has
been lifted, and the Washington
manager donned his uniform and
went out on the field to lead his team
of its fifth straight victory over the
visitors.
R. H. E.
Cleveland 1 4 1
Washington 6 12 3
Batteries Blanding and ONeil:
Johnson and Ainsmith.
Athletics 7, White Sox 5.
Philadelphia, Sept. 12 After
pitching fine ball for six innlng6, 1
Benz weakened in the seventh ses- j
slon of today s game and as his sue-1
ccssor.' Russell, was no improvement,
Philadelphia plied up enough runs
during the rally to defeat Chicago
seven to five. In the seventh with
one out, the bases were filled on two
I passes and a slDgle Russell took
Benz' place and forced in a run by
' giving E. Murphy a pass. Oldrlns:
then cleared the bases with a triple
and scored on E. Collins' sacrifice fly,
while Baker followed with a home I
run. Philadelphia used four pitchers.
Plank was taken out in the first In- jfi
ning after the visitors had scored h
two run.- on Weaver's double, singles
by Lord and Chase and J. Collins' M
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