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r f THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY AUGUST 17 1909 N
Pugilism
4 8 Wrestling
Baseball SpOrilDmlp News Shooting
Racing Automobiling
r 1 CUBS MAY BE THE I
PENNANT WINNERS
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ivPittsburg Team Has Fallen Down
Sinc the Injury to Hans
Wagner
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A ByW J McBeth in New York
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t It looks more every minute as If
tho Cubs arc to figure In their fourth
straight fight f6r thc worlds cham
plonjbjp this fall It does not appear
us certain as a week ago inat Detroit
will oppose thorn for tho third time
however Whllo tho Cubs have beon
Isteadlly Improving the Tigers have
been just as perceptibly slipping
backWild
Wild Bill Donovan pitched tho
American league champions to two
tflffgs In a row Ho took up the bur
den as soon ns George Mujllna spring
twister puro and simple shot his bolt
Bill Is off color this year And the
Tigers are tumbling They arc still
lonl in front but not by a very great
i r margin Of course that club of slug
t gers does not need such a fancy
staff of pitchers as their rivals but
p jit needs more than one pltchor and
t 1 Summers seems the only reliable
man on the staff
Plratcsrln Hard Luck
It IB very unfortunate that Pitts
f burgs slump followed closely on the
heels of Wagners Injury It goes to
show the value of ono groat star of
the calibre of Hans It also shows
I how a gallant club may bo thrown
out of gear by the loss of tho main
cog Plttsburg is not out of It yet
I by a long way The Pirates may be
counted upon to put up a stiff argu
ment right to the end of the season
But Chicago IB In much the better
shape for n gruelling finish for the
club nan boon through the fire before
and Is never beaten till the oDd of tho
last game
No one would much regret a now
American league championthat is I
outnldc of Detroit of course The
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Tigers have had two chances at the
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Cubs and failed dismally It would
not be so bad perhaps If Detroit won
in the event of a Pitlsburg triumph
But another series between the Cubs
and Tigers would put the worlds
championship on its uppers
The Athletics and Boston will give
Detroit a merry argument Defore the
end of tho campaign and one or the
other will surely win unloss Jennings
can remedy his pitching Immediately
Detroits great lead In the early sea
son was gained at the expense of
the western clubs which did not find
thoir true form till tho season was
half over Tho eastern clubs with
out exception have more than held
their own with the champions
MFARLAND SIGNS
SIGNSWITH
WITH THOMPSON
They Finally Get Together and Agree
to Battle
Chicago Aug 17 Packey McFar
land has got a match on his hands at
last He has signed to fight Cyclone
Johnny Thompson of Sycamore Ill
before tho club offering the best in
ducements
The battle for It looks like one
both sides appearing in deadly earnest
was tho direct outcome of Ad Wol
gusts challenge to McFarland and
Nelson issued last week Wolgasts
challenge attracted the attention of
all tho lightweights and particularly
McFarland and Thompson McFarland
and Wolgaut split over a half hours I
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lime for the weighing In process and
after a long session of arguments de
cided that nothing could be done
Thompson manager Barney Lichen I
stein was present In behalf of his
man and challenged either of them to
do battle Packey at any old weight
and Wolgast at 133 pounds at the
ringside
Wolgast declined to have anything
to do with Thompson at this time and
his challengo to McFarland was
brought through a telegram Packey
sent to the coast That put It directly
up to McFarland and his manager
and they asked for time to consider
especially as Packer had other
matches In view A meeting was ar
ranged for yesterday afternoon
When the managers met there was
I little argument The weight of 133
pounds at 3 oclock suited Thompson
nicely and that was agreed upou
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Tho limit of rounds was left open
the agreement merely stating that
the contest shall be any number of
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rounds from six to 15 the limit to be
fixed by the club offering tho best fin
ancial returns
Thompsons manager paid a six
round contest would suit them well
enough although a longer fight than
10 rounds would be all tho bettor He
was so pleased to get his man a chance
at McFarland that there was little
quibbling over the terms
It was decided to leave the question
of a referee and such details out al
together until the club was decided
upon The managers of the men im
mediately wired the news of tho sign
ing to club managers ill over the
country and It Is thought there will be
little trouble In getting a good purse
somewhere
AUTO RACERS MAKE MILE
A MINUTE IN PRACTICE
Indianapolis Ind Aug 15 Auto
mobile enthusiasts throngea tho new
motor speedway today to watch driv
ers of racing cars trying out tho
course in preparation for the races
to be held hero on Thursday Friday
and Saturday of this week
Ziengal sent a Chadwick six around
the great whlto stone course two and
onehalf miles in 202 an average of
7371 miles an hour
John Altken at the wheel of a Na
tional six registered the second best
time of the day 1105 Barney Old
I field guided another National six
around the circuit in 215 while Her
bert Lytle drove an Apperson in
222 25
Waiter Christie made his first ap
pearancc on tho track and leaped past
the grandstand In the freakish car
of his own creation known as the
Christie VII at ninety miles an hour
but did not attempt to maintain that
startling speed for the entire distance
Marlon Knox and Marmon cars all
turned the course in time slightly bet
ter than a mile a minute
SAYS JEFFRIES IS A QUITTER
Salt Lake City Aug 16Jnck John
son the colored pugilist arrived here
today for an exhibition Wednesday
To Interviewers he reiterated his pre
diction that Jeffries would never meet
him In the ring
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JACK JOHNSON SAYS
THAT HIS MONEY IS UP
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I 0 have posted my forefit and that 0
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O am ready and willing to fight O
O Jeffries any day In tho week 0
O My condition Is tho very best 0
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Jack Johnson tho heavyweight ne I
gro champion stopped off In Ogden
for a few minutes last evening He
was met at the station by the entire
male negro population of the town and
every one of them was exceedingly
caper to grasp the fighters hand
Johnson was tho center of attraction
of about 200 excited negroes Ho tow
ered fully six Inches above any of
them Ho Is apparently In good health
and looks as though he could put up
a good fight He Is accompanied by
his wife and child
I He said Jeffries had denied the
statement mado by Sam Borger to tho
effect that Borger was Instructed to
make arrangements for him Jeffries
He said his forfeit had been posted
and now it is up to Jeffries and his
crowd to do business
Johnson left for Salt hake on the
Los Angeles Limited From there ho
will go to the coast
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JACK JOHNSON SLEEPS
IN POLICE STATION
Salt Lake City Aug 17Tack John
son the negro prize fighter Is sleep
ing in tho police station this morn
Ing because he was refused admit
tance to any of the hotels to which no
applied for accommodations Ills
wife who Is a white woman is com
fortably quartered at tho Orphcum ho
tel on State street
Johnson had ongagccr rooms at the
Orphcrmi by wire but tho manage
ment was Ignorant of the fact that he
was a negro when they mado the res
ervation When Johnson appeared to
take his room ho was turned away
the management drawing the color
line
Johnson then telephoned to all the
loading hotels of the city but none of
them would give rim apartments
when they learned that ho was a nc
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I BASEBALL I
NATIONAL LEAGUE
PIttsburg 2 New York 2
Plttslnirg Aug 16Wlth nearly
11000 baseball enthusiasts yelling
themselves hoarse PIttsburg secured
a run In the eight inning of todayH
game with Now Yorx thereby tieing
the score A heavy downpour of ruin
at the close of the eighth Inning stop
per further play with the scoro 2 to 2
Mathowson and Willis star twirlers
for the opposing teams wore on the
mound Willis having slightly better
of tho argument Scoro
PIttaburg 2 7 0
Now York G 0
Batteries Willis and Gibson
Matthewfion and Myors Umpires
Klem and Kane I
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Washington 1 Philadelphia 6
Washington Aug Philadelphia
defeated Washington handily today
thereby again taking tho load in tho
American league Score
R II E
Washington 1 8 U
Philadelphia 6 S
flatteries Johnson Gray ann
Street Krause and Livingston
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Play Tic Game
Milwaukee Aug HTho Milwau
kee game was called at tho
end of the fourteenth inning with a
score of 0 to 0
WESTERN LEAGUE
Denver 6 Pueblo
Denver Aug 16Score
R H E
Denver 6 10 G
Puoblo 5 13 b
Batteries Olmsted and Haas Tra
vcrs Galgano and Wolgart
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Los Angeles 3 San Francisco 2
Los Angeles Aug IGLog Angeles
defeated San Francisco today in an
other closoly contested game Score
R H E
Los Angeles 3 7 0
San Francisco 2 r 0
Batteries Thorsen and Orcndorff
Willis and Berry
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
Aberdeen 0 Portland 2
Portland Aug 1GScore
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R H E
Aberdeen c 4 2
Portland 2 7 4
Batteries Siovor and Kroltz Pin
nance and Armbnister
Seattle 6 Vancouver 3
Seattle Aug 1GScore
ScoroR
R FL E
Seattle f 11 i
Vancouver 3 9 3
Batteries Allen and Shea Flana
gan and Brooks
Spokane 6 Tacoma 1
Tacoma Aug 16Score
it H E
Tacoma I1 4 o
Spokane C 12 0
Butler and Dashwood Wright and
Spencer
AUTOMOBILE RACES
TO BE GREAT EVENTS
Indianapolis Aug 1Glore auto
mobile drivers and machinists arrived
tonight to prepare for the races of
Thursday Friday and Saturday Tho
Buick team headed by Chevrolet
Strang Burman and Dewitt and Heine
with his Lozlor car arranged their
quarters and will begin familiarizing
themselves with the peculiarities of
the two and a half mile circular course
to morrow
Christie Oldfiold Lyttle Dennison
Zeolngal Bourjuc Altken Drasch and
other drivers of national and Interna
tional reputation were on tho track
this afternoon working out their ma
chines in the fourhour interval grant
ed for tuning by tho suspension of
work of the construction gangs that
arc smoothing out the remaining in
equalities of the stone course
A few of the entries are yet to be
made and many foreign cars already
aro announced as contestants
PARK CITY NINE WINS
FROM IDAHO FALLS
Park City Aug IGpnr City won
from Idaho Falls today In six fast and
spectacular Innings of baseball The
score stood 5 to 3 at tho end of tho
sixth Inning when the same was call
ed on account of rain Fuller for Ida
ho Falls let In live runs In the second
Inning which comprise Park Citys
only scoring rally William of Park
City pitched a great game allowing
but three hits
William and Ryan were the home
batteries while McCrcary and Fuller
represented the Idaho aggregation at
the batting plate
Although rain threatened 300 peo
plo turned out to see the game Par
joy Williams of Salt Lake was umpire
COAL DEALERS WIN
T
Salt Lake Aug 1GBy the scoro
of S to 5 the Utah Fuel baseball team
won from Poplar Grove yesterday
morning on the Poplar Grove grounds
Tho work of the opposing pitchers
was tho feature of the game Rogers
of the Fuel loam carried off the hon
ors by striking out fifteen batsmen I
whllo Bador and Montgomery retired
cloven botweon them The lineup
Fuel Grove
Johnson + C Hanson
Rogers P Bador Mont
Baylor v 1 B Fallentlno
Dncgot 2 B Julian
Emerson 3 B Bader
Bloomfiold S S Schatz
Kilpatrick L F Erickson
Davidson C F Shea
Sparry Smoot R F Stocking
Score by Innings
Fnol o H 000 040 0228 I
Poplar Grovo 100 010 0125
Umpire Dunford and Irvine
OCCIDENTALS BREAK
EVEN WITH MARGETTS
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Salt Lake Aug IITIIQ Occidentals
evened up with the Majgutta Inde
pendents In their IwosaniQ serIes by
winning yesterday 2 to 0 Langford
pitched great ball and allowed the
independents but three hits Tho Oc
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KatJzc ncC1Myhow provoked I amAnty You wouldnt
dream this frock had once been white Look at it
now I sent it to the laundress and it looks almost
the color of weak coffee with milk in it
Aniy Drudgelilts partly your fault my dear Youre
a college graduate but you arent educated until you
know what is best for your clothes If you had
known enough to see that your white frock was
washed with FelsNaptha soap in cool or lukewarm
water it would have been snowywhite The
FelsNaptha way is the only method of washing to
keep white clothes white without harming them
Heres the easiest way thats ever been
discovered to wash clotheseither in sum
mer or winter
For the white things Wet the clothes
soap well with FelsNaptha roll and let
soak for thirty minutes in cool or lukewarm
water Unroll rub lightly rinse and hang
out to dry
Thats all no boiling no hard rub
bing no hot water
This simple FelsNaptha way of wash
ing makes your clothes sweeter whiter
cleaner than you can get them any other
way
And the clothes last longer because
they are not weakened by boiling nor
worn by hard rubbing
Worth trying
It is for the woman who values her
clothes her time and herself
For washing colored clothes and other
things see plain directions on the red and
green wrapper
cldcntals put up a fast fielding game
Langley behind the bat starring with
his effective pegs to second Rain
stopped the game in the last of the
eighth
Tho batteries Occidentals Lang
ford and Langley Independents
Dahlqulst and Scott
CURTISS MAKES TWO
SUCCESSFUL TRIPS
Rhclms Aug 16G1enn H Curties
the American aviator who will take
part In the aviation week contests
made two successful trips in his aero
plane near here today each of a few
minutes duration But at the end of
his third slight which lasted four min
utes Curtiss landed abruptly and his
machine was slightly damaged Cur
tlss however declared the machine
needed anything but a little tuning up
to be In perfect condition
EUREKA SOCKER ARTISTS
TO PLAY BUTTE ELEVEN
Eureka Aug Arrangements aro
being made for a game of soaker foot
ball between Eureka and Butte Mon
tana when the latter team makes its
trip to Utah this fall The Butte ag
gregation Is a strong ono and they ex
pect to lay It all over Eureka but tho
little fellows from Tlntlc have gono
up against giants before A guaran
tee of expenses was to have been
posted by the Butto club for Eureka
to play at Butte on Labor Day but on
account of so many sports on that day
the management of the Montana team
could not guarantee such a largo
amount A burse of 17500 was how
over offered Even could the Eureka I
team afford to go after this money It
would be strictly against the rules of
amateur football and would disqualify
them from holding the Da > ncs chal
lenge cup
TWO MOTOR STARS WORK
HARD FOR BIG RACE
Salt Lake Aug IGDolh Samuel
son and Downing worked out behind
their respective motors yesterday at
tho Salt Palace saucer in training for
their big race Tuesday night Theo
Samuelson will pace his brother and
the two need nothing but a little prac
tice to keep up their clockwork rid
ing
Whittier will pace Downing and the
Head One Is putting In overtime
whispering directions into Whittlers
ear as the two spin around the track
at forty miles an hour Downing will
bo heard from In the race and a coin
might be tossed for any choice that
exists
GRAND CIRCUIT OPENS
WITH FEATURE CARD
Buffalo N Y Aug lGAl the open
Ing of the Grand Circuit meeting at
the Fort Erie Ont track today tho
feature was the 205 pace This
brought together George Gano Darkoy
Hal Major Brlno and Major Mallow
Gano the favorite got away badly
The stallion trailed tho leaders get
ting fourth place and Major Brio beat
Dnrkcy Hal to tho wlro Gano wont
to tho post a favorite In tho second i
heat and won from Darkey Hal Dar
key Hal wash pushing Gano hard In
the final beat but broke ton foot frof
the wire
Results
205 pace purse 1200 George
Gano won second and third heata
Time 205 31 206 31MaJor Brine
won first hoot Time 207 12 Dar
ker Hal Major Mallow Toxas Rooker
and Gift Line also started
220 trot purse 2000Penlco
Maid won second third and fourth
heats Time 210 112 34 211 14
Marie N won first heaL Time
211 12 Dr Jack and Alma Den also
started
211 pace purse SI 000 Gcraldlne
won in straight heats rime 210
209 212 12 213 3L Lady of
Honor Orangohurg Earl Jr and Ar
got Hal also started
MEMBERS OF AERO CLUB
Now York Aug 16 Theodore
Roosevelt Jr Lloyn C Grlscom for
mer American ambassador to Italy and
James Deoring tho harvest machine
manufacturer were elected members
of tho Aero Club of America today
Young Roosevelt Is an enthusiastic
aeronaut and will make a balloon as
slon shortly with A Holland Forbes
ccnsion shortly with A Holland
Forbes
The Kidneys eliminate poisons by
acting as niters for the blood When
they fail In this respect serious ali
ments must result Plnoulcs for the
kidneys are what you should take at
the first warning sign of kidney trou
ble They assist tho kidneys In ex
pelling uric acid poison Sold by Ceo
F Cave Drug Stores
SOLD TO OAKLAND CLUB
Springfield Mass Aug 16 Mana
ger Jack Zollcr of tho Springfield ball
team tonight announced the sale of
Hart V V Maggort to he Oakland
club of the Pacific Coast league for
1500 Maggort batting at 314 Ho
Is to report In Oakland September 15
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