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H Salt Lake defeated Ogden by a
H score of 0 to 3 in the game Wednes-
H day afternoon. Erickson pitched for
H the locals, but was succeeded by War-
H ren after Kelly had made a home run.
H Warren, in turn, was replaced by
H Jensen after Bill Orr had walloped
H the ball for a complete tour of the
H The batting done by the Salt Lake
H boys was fast and furious, and the
H locals seemed to have no pitcher whe
H could throw a ball that Cooley's meil
H couldn't hit. TvirCloekoy changed
H pitchers frequently and tried to stem
H the tide of victor, but the opposition
H was too much 'for him, and he mercl
H contented himself with doing a high
H class job of coaching throughout the
H The SaJt Lake papers have consld-
H crable praise for the way McGloskey
H iuns his team, and the opinion seems
H to be that he will have a winning
M bunch as soon as he gets some ne7
H players whipped into shape. Certain
H it is that his team is the best disci-
H pllned organization in the Union as- i
H First Baseman Van of the Salt Lake
H team was released Wednesday, and
H he has been taken over by McCIoskey.
H It is barely possible that ho will oe
M assigned to third base on tho local
M team, although there is no certainty
H about tho matter just yet, Tho
H AB.R.BH.PO.A. E.
M Stone, If 5 0 0 1 0 0
M Schimpff, 3b 5 0 0 0 3 0
H Altermott, rf . .. ...4 0 0 12 2 3
M Marshall, rf 4 0 0 1 0 0
M Wcssler, 2b 4 0 0 0 4 J
H Alexander, c .2 1 1 4 4 f
H Wood, ss 3 1 0 4 2 1
H I Murray, cf 4 1 2 2 0 0
H Erickson, p 0 0 0 0 1 0
i Warren, p 2 0 1 0 1 0
1 A. Jensen, p 1 0 0 0 1 0
1 xStevens 1 o 1 0 0 0
Hl Totals 35 3 5 24 18 3
H AB.H.BH.FO.A. E.
H xBatted for A. Jensen in ninth.
H Bauer, rf 5 2 1 l 0 0
1 Spencer, If 4 0 0 3 0 0
H Forticr, cf 3 0 1 1 0 0
H Devereaux, 3b .. ..2 2 1 1 1 1
H Orr, ss 3 2 3 1 5 1
H Pendleton, 2b 3 1 0 6 6 2
H Abbott, lb 3 1 111 0 .1
H - Kelly, c 4 1 3 3 0 0
H EL Jensen, p 4 0 0 0 2 0
H Totals 31 9 10 27 14 5
H Score by Innings.
H Ogden 0 0000006 33
Salt Lake 0 3112002 x
Two-base hits Abbott, Kelly, Orr
(2), Alexander, Murray. Home runs
Kelly, Orr. Sacrifice hltB Orr, Ab
bott. Stolen bases Baeur, Fortler,
Devereaux. Runs batted in By Mur
ray, Stevens, Orr (3), Abbott, Kelloy
(4). First base on balls Off Erick
son, 1; off Warren, 1, off A. Jensen,
2, off E. Jensen, 3. Struck out By
Erickson, 1; by A. Jensen, 2, by E.
Jensen, 3. Left on bases Ogden, 7;
Salt Lake, 4. Double plays Orr to
Pendleton to Abbott, Orr to Pendleton
to Abbott First base on errors Og
den, 5; Salt Lake, 2. Passed ball
Alexander. Runs Off Erickson. 3;
off Warren, 4, off A. Jonson, 2. Time
of game 1 hour and 42 minutes. Urn
sre Hurlburt. Attendance 500.
Chicago 10, Brokklyn 6.
At Chicago Chicago won a heavy
hitting game from Brooklyn, making
three victories out of four games.
Daubert made five hits in as many
times at bat, while Zimmerman got
three hits, one a home run, in three
times at bat. Score: R. H. 13.
Chicago 10 12 3
Brooklyn G 10 1
Batteries Cheney and Neodham;
Kent and Yingilng, Phelps.
Umpires RIgler and FInncran.
Philadelphia 3, St. Louis 2.
At St. Louis After holding Phila
delphia hitless for seven Innings,
Harmon gave two hits in the eighth
Inning. These, together with a pass
r.,1 r - 1,.. f .. ..1. . -.!
nuu mi uuui uj .uuwiev, tjave me vio-
ltors enough runs ton win. Score:
R. H. E.
Philadelphia 3 2 0
St, Louis .- 2 4 4
Batteries Brennan and Killlfer;
Harmon, Geyer and Wingo.
Umpires Johnstone and Eason.
New York 6, Cincinnati 1.
At Cincinnati Mathewson was in
vincible, holding Cincinnati to three
hits, while New York hit Benton free
ly and won, 6 to 1. Score: R, H. E.
New York 6 12 1
Cincinnati 1 3 1
Battorles Mathewson and Meyers,
Hartley; Benton and McLean, Clark.
Umpires Klem and Bush.
Boston 3, Pittsburg 0.
At Pittsburg Boston blanked Pitts
burg. Dickson pitched a masterly
game for the visitors, only two local
men reaching third base. O'Toole
gave seven bases on balls and struck
out eight men. Score: R. H. E.
Pittsburg 0 5 2
Boston 3 6 0
Batteries O'Toole, Camnitz and
Gibson, Kelley; Dickson and Kling.
Umpires Brennan and Owens.
Chicago 11, New York 5.
At New York Chicago defeated
New York. Caldwell was knocked out
of the box in tho first and Quinn met
tho same fate in the sixth, while the
locals drove Lance- off the mound In
the fourth. Walsh held New York at
I Red Inner Tubes
2 Their superiority ygJSgx
P is recognized all CTrrrB
over the World HP'
H I IN STOCK BY
) his mercy for the remainder of Ui
game. Score: R. H. E
Chicago 11 10 I
New York a S 3
Batteries Lang, Walsh and Sulli
van; Caldwell, Quinn, Warhop and
Washington 5, Detroit 4.
At Washington Washington de
feated Detroit, 5 to 4, Groom outpitch
ing WilletL A three-base hit by Gai
nor with the bases full featured the
game. Score: R. H. E
Detroit 4 o 3
Washington 5 7 1
Batteries Willctt and Stanage;
Groom and Henry.
Boston 9, Cleveland.
At Boston Boston batted Kaler
hard and, favored by "breaks," piled
up nine runs, while shutting Cleve
land ouL Score: R. H. E.
Boston 9 15 1
Cleveland 0 6 3
Batteries Hall and Nunamaker,
Kaler and Easterly.
St. Louis 5, Philadelphia 8.
At Philadelphia Philadelphia
knocked two of SL Louis' pitchers off
the rubber, and won, S to G. Score
R. H. K
St. Louis 5 0 3
Philadelphia 8 10 1
Batteries Pelty, Hamilton, Baum
gartner and Stephens; Coombs and
At. Sioux Citv Sioux Cit.v. 5: Wich
At Des Moines Des Moines, 5; To
At SL Joseph St. Joseph, 7; Den
At Omaha Ohama, 2; Lincoln, 1.
At Missoula Helena-Missoula game
postponed; wet grounds.
At Groat Falls Butte-Great Falls
game postponed; rain.
At Salt Lake; Salt Lake, 9; Og
den, 3. n
Portland 2, San 'Francisco 1.
At San Francisco Score R. H E.
Portland 2 8 0
San Francisco 1 7 2
Batteries Higginbotham and
Burch; Miller and Berry.
Portland 2, Spokane 1.
At Portland Score: ' R. H.71.
Portland 2 3 2
Spokane 1 3 1
Batteries Bloomfleld and Harris;
Cochran, Cadreau and Devogt.
Victoria 5, Taooma 3.
At Victoria, B. C Score. R. H. E.
Tacoma 3 5 3
Victoria 5 10 1
Batteries Melkle and LaLonge:
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
Won. Lost Pet,
New York 22 6 .736
Cincinnati 22 9 .719
Chicago 15 14 .517
Pittsburg 12 14 .462
Philadelphia 11 15 .423
SL Louis 13 20 .394
Boston 11 19 .387
Brooklyn 9 18 .333
Won. Lost -Pet
Chicago 24 8 .750
Boston 19 10 .655
Detroit 16 15 .516
Philadelphia 13 13 .500
Washington 14 15 .483
Cleveland 12 15 .441
Now York 8 18 .30S
SL Louis 8 20 .286
Won. Lost Pet.
Missoula 21 4 .840
Stlt Lake 17 8 .6S0
Great Falls 14 8 .636
Butte 10 16 .3S0
Helena S 18 .303
Ogden 4 20 .167
Won. J-obL Pet
St Joseph 20 11 .645
Omaha 19 11 .633
Denver is 13 .581
Des Moines 16 15 .510
Topeka 14 15 .483
Sioux City 12 IS .400
Wichita 12 19 .337
Lincoln H 18 .379
SAYS WfllTfi SOX
Boston, May 23. Hughey Jennings
or tho Detroit Tigors, in Bpeaklng ol
the success of the Chicago White Sox,
"In. tli. games against our -club tfw
i White Sox players, headed by Kid
. Gleason, have made a point of trying
to bull doze the umpire. Perrlne' ec
! pecially fell for thoir bluffs Few of
the present White Sox were ever on
a fast team before and thoy aro work
ing with great enthusiasm and while
things are breaking their way they
are bound to go a good lively clip.
But after tho other olubs start to fight
back the Chicago hoys will come back
to the bunch all right.
"Personally I am pleased to find tho
White Sox playing winning ball, as
they represent a great ball town and
a fine fellow, but I know tho umpires
will havo to stop the Chlcagoans
rough work and force them to play
ball without this Interference busi
CURLEY DOES NOT
East Las Vegas, N. M , Mav 23
Opposition to the 45-round contest
between Jim Flynn and Jack John
son in East Las Vegas on the Fourth
of July can bo stuffed into a mouse's
left ear. Public opinion favoring the
attraction could not be stronger and
already pictures of the two principals
aro on display In a majority of the
storo windows, while souvenir postal
cards bearing their UkonesB and views
of Flynn's camp at Montezuma Hot
Springs arc selling like hot cakes.
The influential papers In tho bahv
state havo supported the contest ed
itorially and resent tho attempt of tho
"goody goodies" all over the country
to tell New Mexico how to run its
"Wo can run our own stato," the
editors declare. They freely admit
that Las Vegas and New Mexico
wanted the Flynn-Johnson bout, and
that the city's best people do not
think any harm is going to follow,
while a lot of money Is said to be
spent in Las Vegas by thousands of
visitors in June and during the first
week in July.
The Commercial club will do all In
Its power to make the Flynn-Johnson
bout a complete success. Not only
has it endorsed tho Curley-O'Malley ''
show, but It Is understood to be plan
ning some decorations along elaborate '
lines when the nrena is completed.
Jack Curley escorted a party of
northern friends out to Flynn s canm '
at Montezuma Springs the other day I
In his automobile. Flynn weighed In i
public, and though attired In scunt
gymnasium, did not make tho scales I
wobble until they were placed at the 1
215 notch. That is five pounds more t
than ho weighed when he reached Lns
Vogas, and now Jim is out to scalo
200 by the time Tommy Ryan, his t
chief trainer, cornea to town. r
KNEE BALL BEATS
THROWING AT HEAD
Boston, May 23. The bean ball has
put many players on the shelf. Fred
Clarke and Frank Chase being the
latest important instances, but if Bob
Wallace was pitching and he wanted
to malm a foe ho wouldn't use tho
bean ball. Not for Bob. His inven
tion to cripple a famous warrior Is
the knee ball
"I've heard pitchers talk about try
ing to get Cobb that is, get him to
fear the ball by throwing It at his
head," says Wallace, "but players of
Cobb's alertness can dodge the pitch
when they see it coming to their head.
Throw it at their knees and it'll hit
'ein, sure. Moving the head and step
ping away with tho feet are quite
different. If a pitcher wants to get
Cobb or any slugger to weaken and to
lose his stride, just round one around
their knees. That'll get them, and if
one ever hits them they'll be sure to
And then Wallace related an inci
dent of the bean ball, one which
cracked him on the jaw and turned
him from a .400 batter to a .200 stick
er. "Geo, I'll never forget the time
Chick Frazer bumped me on the Jaw,
Just below the eye, when I was vith
Cleveland," continued Wallace. -'I
was hitting over .400, and the day that
ball crashed against my cheok my
swat average started to tumble and
it's still going down."
FIGflTER OF TODAY
(By Abo Pollock.)
McFarland is, in my opinion, the
most scientific boxer the ring game
ha produced since the days of the
wonderir.! Australian, Young GrifTo.
When I say this I do not take excep
tion to auch ring genorals as Kid
McCoy, Tommy Ryan, Abe Attell or
evea tho clover Jim Corbett At tho
weight which Packey fought Wells,
135 pounds at 3 o'clock, I don't think
there Is a man In the world who can
beat him. To prove this assertion
ono has only to look over the record
of this wonderful fighting machine
from Chicago. In his eight year's
ring experience he has not lost a sin
gle battle. He has every trick of tho
Queensberry art -at his command,
and If he cannot win, he always man
ages to save himself from defeat
through his wonderful cleverness and
defensive work. The fact is to be do
plored that Packey, .weighing 135
nonnda. Ir n triflA tnn hoow iv... fii
llghtwelgh class, and too light for the
welters. He has won the right to be
called the world's champon boxer at
135 pounds, and my prediction, made
on April 18, Is fulfilled in every particular.
Cleveland, May 23. Tho Forest
City Ball and Amusoment company
yesterday surrendered its Cleveland
franchise In the United States base
The president of the company said
It was dissatisfied with conditions in
other cities In the league, both east
Tho team's players, It was announc
ed, were paid In full
JEFFRIES' SALOON BURNS
Los Angelos, May 23 James J. Jeff
ries' saloon on Spring street and a
tailor shop next door wcro practically
destroyed by a fire which broke out
shortly aftor midnight this morning.
The fire started In the basement of
tho tailor shop.
O'BRIEN SHADES BROWN.
Philadelphia. May 23 Young Jack
O'Brien of this city had a shade the
better here last night of a six-round
bout with Knookout Brown of New
York. O'Brien landed three blows to
Brown's one, but thoy lacked force.
LEWIS IN A BOUT
Paris, May 23. George Carpentier,
tho middleweight champ'on of England
and France, last night defeated Willlo
Lewis, the American middleweight pu
gilist on points. The fight went 20
A big crowd gathered at the ring
side, but during tho (ho early rounds
the contest was slow In the earlier
rounds Lewis seemed to have the beat
3f It, but In tho 13th -ound Carpen
ter, who apparontly had been holding
limself In reserve, can led the fight
o the Amerlj-in.
Lewis, in audition to receavlng con
siderable punishment, h,vj to be cau
loned. He iost his temper and used
The concluding rounds wore ll7elv
enough to ::ult the specr.ntors? Tho
"ronohniau ha I it all lr own wav and
lemonstratc.l his manifest superior
ly. Carpentier, if is understood will bo ,
natched to l'ight Payno at Dieppe on
YOUNG AND KILBANE BOX
Cincinnati, May 23. Young Saylor
of Indianapolis and "Tommy" Kilbano
of Cleveland fought 10 hard, fast
rounds here last night No decision
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LABOR NEWS OF
Canada Bricklayers Refuse to Work With Non-Union Men New ' j
York Master Bakers AgTee to Nine-Hour Day Amalgamation J I
of Jewish and English Tailoring Unions Completed- I
In Canada a union bricklayer will
not work on a building with a non
union man. With reference to men
coming from tho Old Land and pot
members of the union they aro given
thirty days to pay the initiation fee.
Without the necessity of a strike,
all tho master bakers, with the excep
tion of ten, within the jurisdiction of
Bakers' Union of New York, have
signed agreements granting thoir em
ployes a nine-hour day.
Toronto, Canada, Painters' and Dec
orators' Union have launched a cam
paign for organi?ing the city. It Is
their calculation to hunt up ever
painter, decorator and paperhangor in
the city If It is necessary to make a
The efforts to organize 25,000 Jew
ish workers in the Eqst End of Lon
don is progressing successfully, and
an amalgamation of the English and
Jewish tailoring unions is already
The Hotel and Restaurant Em
ployes' International Allicanco and
Bartenders' International League is
authority for the statement that the
International Union Is considering the
advisability of erecting a building for
ts general headquarters.
Efforts have been recently made to
organize tho motormen and conduc
tors on the United Railways in Balti
more, and as a result the wages havo
been advanced 2 cents per hour, un
doubtedly with the object in view of
forestalling the organization of the
Journeymen Stone Cutter's associa
tion is meeting with splendid success
in different sections of the country
In securing Increases in wages and
establishing tho Saturday half-holiday.
The members of the new or
ganization In Washington have been
granted an increase of 4 cents per
The Washington State Federation
of Labor has appointed Charles R.
Case, its president permanent organi
zer to carry on a campaign for sub
ordinate labor bodies to join the fed
eration. Tho appointment carries
with It a salary of $125 per month and
Tho International Brotherhood of
Electrical Workers Is endeavoring to (
induce the unions of the seceding fac
tion to return to the parent body by
offering to receive such unions "with
out money or without price," and to
accord to the members of all such
"penitent" unions all privileges now
enjoyed by the affiliated locals
HOLD UP FISH SCREEN EDICT.
Idaho Falls. lUay 23 Much interest
iriraarTTinTTTfTir- r n
attaches to tho recent ruling, or state !
law which compels water usors and
canal companies to install fish screens
along the various little streams in the
state A committee from Bonneville ;
and Fremont counties was sent to
Boise recently and returned yesterday ! :
after a consultation with tho state en- '
gineer regarding the necessltv of in- fffl
stalling these screens. The state en
gineer has agreed to hold up the or-
der compelling this work to bo dona
until such a time as the department
has an opportunity of fully Investigat- "
Ing the matter.
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