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to Win a
Chicago May 29JU8t at present
the National league race looks like
a better battle with several teams de
manding an even chance for the lion
ors The fine start that tho Tigers
got In the American league race add
ed to tho fact that all the world loves
a champion causes many to think
even now that Detroit Is going to run
away with another flag In hollow style
But of course tho Tigers grand
team though they are still are a long
way from being out of the woods
Their slump will come some time dur
ing the season or perhaps several
times and It will be extraordinary it
they are to hold the lead all the way
Tigers Will Hit Snag
Jennings team being both fast and
young two mighty important factors
In the spring naturally got the jump
on the others and so far has refused
to relinquish its lead That the Tig
ers are a vastly improved team over
their last seasons form there can be
no doubt They are better In every
way But the way is long and full of
pitfalls and many a hurdle will be
slipped In front of the Tigers before
they are through I
The National league strife is high
ly Interesting and hara to guess be
cause of the important changes in
so many of the teams The champion
Cubs threetime pennant winners i
twice worlds champs founded In 18715
and all that kind of thing are not as
good as they were last year when
they won out only by the skin of their
teeth and because McGraw forgot to
bang a red lantern on second base
But the team that gave the Cubi
their haivlest fightthe Giantsare
not as strong as they were last year
either
The Pirates and the Phillies have
improved so that gives the old league
race a taste of spice Pittsburg has
started out splendidly and If Absteln
continues at first sack up to his early
standard Fred Clarkes team will
have a lot to say about which team
will represent the National league in
the next worlds series
The poor start made by tho Now
York Giants brought loud guffaws In
some quarters and woe to others A
combination of circumstances hinder
ed the Giants at the start McGraw
was under the weather for many days
his pitchers notably his stake horse
Mathewson were slow in rounding
to Doyle one of his best hitters was
laid UI and there was no Mike
Donlin to belt in the runs But Mugg
sy has an abundance of good mater
ial from which to build up his team
and there Is no use counting the
Giants out They are pretty sure to
come in strong within a few weeks
and it Is a safe bet that Donlin will
be back in tho fold by July 1
Donlin Soon Back In Game
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Mike is not going to cross the
briny this summer His recent state
ment from Seattle that he would play
If the fans demanded it is just as
positive a declaration that he will
play as If he had said h I will be in
uniform July 1
Without Kling the Cubs will not be
as strong as they were a year ago
and with that handicap against them
their advantage over the other Nation
Georges
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I pick the winners from fifteen
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AT UTAH STATE EArn GROUNDS
Six High Class Races Daily Rain or Shine
UTAH STATE BAND
FIRST RACE AT 200 P M SHARP I
GENERAL ADMISSION Including
cat 50c box per day 2 box for season srandrtandGcnUcmcn O 1 lIes SOc To the b01csSlngle box
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Higher Place I
al league contenders is Just about I
nullified I
It is quite possible that McGraw will
have another star In his net before
long Jimmy Callahan the former
manager of the White Sox Is likely to
break back Into big league baseball
and McGraw Is after him Callahan
until very recently had been an out
law since ho failed to report to tho
Sox in 1906 Ills semipro activities
here gave the national commission so
much trouble that It was easier to
reinstate him than be fighting him all
I the time So Comiskey released Cal
I lahan from his Sox obligations entire
ly and he became a free agent
From the eagerness several big
league managers have shown to sign
Callahan after his three years of re
tirement from the fast company It
may be seen what a dearth of good
outfield talent there is Since Calla
han quit the Sox Comiskey has tried
over twenty outfielders and not one of
them has shown one half the talent
that Cal possessed Here he Is at
the age of 35 and a half dozen man
agers aro ready and anxious to pay
him a fancy salary That shows how
few of the young players come through
with the goOls
Naps Will Soon Climb J
The difficulty that the Sox and I
Clevelands have had in keeping up
around tho 500 mark so far hasnt
discouraged their armies oC admirers
who really didnt expect those vet
I eran players to do much pace mak
ing at this stage of the race If the
Sox arc in fourth place by the end ot
their first trip east which ends the
last of June their rooters will be
I more than pleased Comiskey has a
staff of great pitchers but it Is doubt
ful If tho rest of the team gets Into
championship form within thirty days
The excellent twirling will probably
keep the team within distance of the
I leaders until the regulars get to hit
ting better and acquire more team
work In the field
All kinds of combinations have been
tried in the outfield to fill the gap left
by Fielder Jones resignation There
have been twenty hits tq center so
far this season that Jones would have
converted Into outs Thats an awful
I percentage to be missing and may
prove fatal to the teams chances
The Clevelands arent likely to wor
I ry their fans by staying in tho ruck
I long The Invalids are getting back
Into the game and non they all get
I right there is going to be some hard
work cut out for the other battlem
I for pennant honors
I The Washingtons showed excellent
form hero last week in the Hold but
wore not strong at the bat The Sen
j ators had a losing streak oC six
I straight games and blew every one t ot
them by one tally That was due
solely to tile light sticking Cantlllon
I had his team going great guns In the
field and his pitchers especially
I Johnson looked good but the team
I wasnt in a swatting mood
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UNDER THREATENING WEATHER
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nual Meeting Athletic
Association
Cambridge Mass May 28 Hun
dreds of college athletes gathered In
I the Harvard stadium today under
somewhat threatening weather condi
I tions for the preliminary events in
the thirtyfourth annual meeting of the
Intercollegiate Athletic association
The survivors of todays contests will
compete for the championship tomor
row Besides Harvard and Yale there
wore present delegates from Pennsyl
vania Cornell Michigan Princeton
and Dartmouth Other institutions
represented were Bowdoin Williams
Amherst Brown Massachusetts Insti
tute of Technology Syracuse Swarth
I more Columbia Stevens Institute
Havorford Johns Hopkins New York
university and Foidham
A nights rain had left the field in
soggy condition but the cinder track
was not materially affected No poluts
were contested for today but each
I team was anxious to qualify as many
athletes as possible for the finals to
morrow
It was arranged as usual to start
the competition with the trials in the
100 ard dash followed by the quarter
mile run the hurdle event the half
mile run and the twomile for to
morrow There also was scheduled
I tho weeding out of the less agile
Jumpers and the welterweight hurd
j hors in the field events so thnt there
would be only a half dozen In each of
j the events tomorrow
I For the first time in many years
I there was no trial In the 100yard dash
as only eleven of the eighty entries
I reported to the referee It was there
fore decided to send the eleven men
into the semifinals in this event to
morrow
Following are those who qualified
today
Onehundrod yard dashFoster
Harvard McArthur and Blass Cor
nell Dawbarn and Gamble Princeton
Craig Michigan MIna Pennsylvania
Dwolly Williams Geary Fordham
Hawley Dartmouth Burch Yale
I Halfmile run Frendh Cornell
Whlteloy and Frautz Princeton Beck
and Paul Pennsyhanla Sanders Col
umbia Baxter Dartmouth Spitzer
Snitzer
and Klrjassoff Yalo
Best tlmo 150 15 by Dec
Shotput Kreuger Swarthmore
Little Harvard Homo IichIan
1 Tnlbott Cornell Coy Yale °
Best throw H fect 8 12 Inches by
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BASEBALL
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Divided Doubleheader
New York May Philadelphia
and New York divided a double
header toJay The visitors took the
first game 11 to 1 arid the locals
scored 3 to 0 In tho second Scores
First game It nK
Philadelphia 11 14 a
New York 7 7 3
Batteries Morcn and Doom Mar
quard Welmer Crandall and Myers
Second game R H E
Philadelphia 0 3 1
New York 3 7 l
Batteries Covclskle and Dooin
Mathewson and SchleL I
AMERICAN E
St Louis 1 Cleveland 3
St Louis May 28Cleeland won
the game from St Louis here today
In the seventh Inning when three runs
were scored Score iR H K
SL Louis 1 6 1
Cleveland 3 10 0
Batteries Powell Graham and
Criger Young and Clarke
Detroit 2 Chicago 1
Detroit May 2S Todays game
went 14 Innings and was a brilliant
exhibition on both sides Tho elev
enth was the only inning In which
Chicago failed to have a base runner
on the bags 15 of the visitors being
left on bases Score R H U
Detroit VI 1
Chicago 112 0
Batteries Killian and Stanage
Burns and Sullivan
Philadelphia 3 Washington 1
Philadelphia May Washington
was defeated here today 3 to 1 fn a
batting rally by Philadelphia in the
eighth Inning twobaggers by Ganley
and Collins and a single oy Murphy
scoring two runs Score H II 13
Philadelphia 3 8 1
Washington 1 4 0
Batteries Dygert and Livingston
Hughes and Street
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
Tacoma 1 Vancouver 2
Vancouver B C May 28 Score
R H K
Tacoma 1 G 4
Vancouver 2 6 2
BatterIes Baker Kellackey anl
Hurley Eiickson and Sugdon
Spokane 5 Portland 2
Portland May 28Score
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Spokane 5 0 1
Portland 2 5 4
Batteries Brinker and OstJick
Pinnance and Murrary
Seattle 8 Aberdeen 4
Seattle May 28Score
RH E
Seattle S ID U
Aberdeen 4 7 1
Batteries Miller Shea and Per
noil Starkell and OBrien
WESTERN LEAGUE
Sioux City May 2SScore
HnB
Sioux City 5 10 4
Omaha 5 7 2
Batteries Alderman Chabek and
Shea Kecley and Donahue
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Los Angeles 5 Oakland 0
Los Angeles May 2SLos Angeles
easily defeated Oaldand today 5 to 0
The visitors got but one hit off Hosps
delivery and were never close to
scoring Score H H E
Los Angeles 5 7 0
Oakland 0 1 4
Batteries Hosp and OrendorfC
Tonneson and C Lewis
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San Francisco 3 Portland 2
San Francisco May 28San Fran
cisco won its fourth consecutive gamo
from Portland today 3 to 2 A time
ly twobase hit by Zeider in the fourth
clinched the game for the locals
Score R HJit
San Francisco 3 6 2
Portland 2 S 1
Batteries Willis and Berry Car
son Ilarkness and Armbruster
Sacramento 1 Vernon 0
Sacramento Gal May 28 Sacra
mento took a hardfoiiglit game from
Vernon today 1 to 0 The score was
made In the seventh inning on two
drives and an error
Score R H E
Sacramento 1 6 2
Vornon 0 6 1
Batteries FItz Gerald and Byrnes
Hitt and Hogan
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WINNERS OF RACES
WELL SUPPORTED
Salt Lake City May 28 Esther M
at S to 1 was the only long shot to
win at the fair grounds today All
tho other winners were well support
ed by the public Old CorrIgan took
the fourth race easily leading to the
wire by eight lengths
First race five furlongs selling
Light Knight 103 M Nelson 3 to 2
won Capewell 99 Brady 4 to 1 sec
ond Gypsy Vice 107 Kunz 15 to 1
third Time lOG 35
Banaham Devil Andrew Watiere
Gah ell Guise Rabelaus and Old Nick
also ran
Second race one mile selling Fred
Bent lOG Jarrett 2 12 to 1 won
Liberto 109 Kunz 2 to 1 second
Exchequer 97 Radtlce G to 1 third
Time 150
Dollle Dollars and Manila S also
ranThird
Third race six and a half furlongs
sellingCorrigan 110 Peak 7 to 5
won Antara 102 Thomas 12 to 1
second Aunt Kit 95 Post 4 12 to
1 third Time 125 35
Taiora Alice Collins Wolfville and
Taskmaster also ran
Fourth race six furlongs selling
Grace G IOU UI Smith C to 5 won
AksArBen 101 Sullivanj 1 lo 1 sec 1
oud Glaucus 112 Peak S to 1 third I
Time 119
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Burning Bush Uagazam and Frank
Lubock also ran I
Fifth race four furlongs soiling
Camera 102 Mondon S to 5 won
Silver Grain 110 Sandy even sec
ond El Perfecto 107 Kunz 2 to 1
third Time 52
Daredoit Quickly and O K Hern
don also ran
Sixth race six furlongs selling
Esther M 107 Borol S to 1 won
Hampton Beauty 90 Baird 7 to 2
second roller 114 Henry 2 to I
third Time 120 15
Belle Brady Boloman Lady Alicia
also ran
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Miss Edna Buckler a Prominent
Young Lady of Hume III Praises
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Restoring Her to Health and
Vigor After Being Very Weak
and Run DownShe Recom
mends It to All in Need of a Tonic
Stimulant That Makes the Old
Young and the Young Energetic
and Vigorous
Miss Buckler recently wrote err
was very weak and run down had
no life or energy was very much in
need of something that would tone i
up my system and enrich my blood
On the advice of friends I began t k
ing Duffys Pure Malt Whiskey and
it immediately put new life into me
I feel wonderfully better and would
MISS EDNA BUCKLER advise any one needing a tonic stim
ulant that will make them strong and vigorous to take Duffys Pure
Malt Whiskey Every testimonial is published in good faith and is
guaranteed
Men and women in all walks of life testify to the great good de
rived from the use of Duffys Pure Malt Whiskey the worlds greatest
tonic stimulant
puUys Pure MaGi Whmskey
If you wish to keep young strong and vigorous and have on your
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regularly according to directions It tones and strengthens the heart
action and purifies the entire sys
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Pure Malt Whiskey be sure you get C lf
the genuine Its the only absolutely t
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OGDEN UTAH
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