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HIGHLANDERS TAKE
SECOND CONTEST
FROM BUTTE
WILDNESS OF PITCHER WOODS
FORCES HOME WINNING RUN
IN TENTH.
EIGHT STRAIGHT BALLS
Giant Twirler of Mountmen Loses
Control in Pinch and Beats Himself
-Game Is Full of Thrills and
Sensations.
UNION LEAGUE RESULTS.
At Missoula
Missoula 6
Butte 5
Ton innings.
At Salt Lake
Salt Lake .. 9
Helena .. .... 2
At Ogden
Ogden ..B..... . .. 8
Great Falls 8
Callen in ninth: darkness.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
CluI- WViin. Last. i'il
Missoula 2 0 1,000
latt titki I ii 1.0010
(Orcst lalls a tl .000
Og) den 0i iI .0111)
llutto ..... . i " .10o
Helena . I li
It wi' a iild dav %i .itriliv. hbut
flnllt h of the | (' t'll l g ullll'e of the' (H lte'
Msllssoula seles, whi r lti I lhl ,'H , w'al i tn
Ii to ', ii ai tienth-llinning dl rlve. Till
twlo teamnlI i lllit( l I I' t i ,xstra sesi.i n
5 and 0, after t\he visiting rgaialeo.lt
had ctlimbeil to i tli front fitr ril-s
hehlnd. 'rllre had been .ilnsiderablethh
hltifting alt lnlllt bv Generals illiiakein
.hlp aid .lMCafferty. 'T'h altter hadl
replaced Jilio witllh Woodsi. aind it ii ats
th, wildnliesa of the latter thait let It,
halnllet Il ll tita e ithe sto-ld b tlll-.
lirainle. , t'ho i ld gli le in for ,ltauck,
.aiLs till. first tI, face, thIe K ,llt Iilt her, l
in the tienth, .1issmuli. 'lls lao i, lThi e
left-handed tiihiiir sunalked l-"lWart'
bunt aloling the tirlld-bli so, liin w iit
safe. 'eirriu advatied sI lilli nin li he
hie sacri hiced, t ds, t il. 11141 all .s llt
'if -sll(ke, sii uid to hIl.- th i ," phil
right hure. Th4 to iAt iaht latl hIe
pitiched senlt It,' se l l to l st, fililug tillh
Blus,, a id In t i tI'l I n h first. ''hls
f 'mtel{ lif lilt les b ll,.. 0llth the( A lligl
run.
llronlue allut eu but ilie a n ti
face hti ii lthe i liting 4 iih itkid, tIhe
1utte extra. llskstidir Isnauld oin the
lta t thrLiie lalls 1Ji'n tr) offeredti,. .1h -
Qualid struck liut allt t itti g tillsite" a
fli. to Warrnua. '"rt'he I li he I kslt hi
lgi't it .ill otff .i " loil ed iii blig ('ar
iinanr ais the portssltai s'eir t ll h1 libut.
'iarmin, g irallv peisigl tin r' ightt
hi this sltaitlni.l
The Game.
MIalt iu rt41rt .d * Ith ii l,'Ill ill,,
r;,'or'ing 11.1,1. .,1't,"14 Q2uick ]lad 't'Iirll
tilh. id1t by .illllti tg thi , hi I rd-il- til· l
t'hnley. ihtr, \ 4an r tfairl , i ta i, ye,114r
IdayV. ' it'rr ei ,ld il %%ith li h I t1
Ja-h"' 1h , 1l. 1J 1l LIs 111;.' 14; 11 +11 , 1.
filly. I' s hld glaln'riflt i ;le nd Ii,t? li'i
,r1.e11d larrll'n w(.thll a '11+ 1 wh11. 11 1.114l;,I '
Btill(. It4ir lhd let , i tll t ll sec(ilt
lirewi r d rWit ' a si1i~, h t i gtWllt Ih1it I
iJu t in frIltt o tf T i ti , til bal I,,1tok
it jump, w il wenst 'w;y o% ,1m .111r ,
hyad Thisn anid th1t hit itt Rioi,
three, hails. 11th'e mit ' all :Ialelh 1,i ,, di
the fhl t nlitim'al rr
The Ilglandll r i tl 1, ill, it thil tlhirll.
' aIrrenl Hilt till. r l'i ott ia L his Iust
;low How. J Buttckl Slh r 1, Kaoorrd.
1oel; w+1s had 1111 till' r'"nner wont ff l ,
to lhlird Jachse let go it wthl plhh
Alltd i' l t l nit 111 .'v I il l bly Ilhl
ullllplre.
hIn tC e fiithli , Rg '$,y t iit . 1 i liet, , t fit t
tiltlth uinter tfilhit thfen ' vtitiu Itr1, t ttli
wi the 1hrrii angr, itL, li 111 a Mlitiih t
singleutta thda Iat wlo t1el', iuitt ldii'lit u
Nall urall.t . tJoheir uld tti nt',ll dl, nli-.
Iued ithIId ll tl n l t, bull it . ias watl d,
Itwo ftl,.twtil itighit l tlt above, itliw rl.,
i let tliollu a l.ttlr. lIt wtt a cl
Wits tiht' vry next 1' re ndh, th., 1erith,
th' ighld Bnders grountder I i. "ad Alt
Altel'1ittt it c'h nllc, f r it pretty ,lis- 1.
.Jav:hu paxst[ed Warren purtutely, hl1t
I'l'l'llli 4) .s owe'd 1llll that he'd llt4111 ii
hind guethln, Nig put tt 10lg singel' Il
!oct'kstudlr'S gardl.i, 44111i444 'T'11hl11
0lld. Warrln.
Ths wall all thi' run l makin+14 Mil.
14i1lla dhil ultil the evellnt'll nhlth.
How Butte Scored.
All of thl" tnime til11 lllghlundelr. 1411,'
been leading the Momuntin'lh whon 111d
scored( il the. second in|1n1in. In Ith"
eighth 41tll| ni1nth the visitorIH kfllttl
the count, I<cOrin1g two 1'11un$ ill 1'1111
round. JAcht lard qlui k, ((,1, filult'd
with Perrine and Itulll4g ill it Mihlteuha
Iiuttt, trade lasL t winite', had hbi'Il a4u
lug' a.glalt their old teams .and .tlhck
had had all the l advantage. I11 th,
Iwo framed mentioned above, however,
I-ddle's support sagged somnewhat x111
he let down a little. It was a colt
day, too,
With tone dowin t the eilhth, Perrine
messed Brewer's grounder and Alter
thlrnt'.
.nur hits tivre gmlI for til, tilliest
in the vlsi, urs' ninthi , i l1M'l l sing. h tl;
Wh rli.ng tihnined a ll ui. to theIii
tenret co~nly' stiruck out. Iutidy''
ingllh hrnlght ,11equnhl wll i\\'hnling
W1"e1. am1 ti1rd 111e senre.1 II'e(rr"i. dlrew
Oi1 tlI i'" i 111 1111111h t I cha 11(1i lPir lv .
g ',lie hilul. iAlthi n tti it tl l ) rlt miti t
Imah ll \\,t . ,forc d . it third. t.lfI'r 's
i11ln'hil whngle muat, things loik glomim.r
1)irIIl t i tIi lilt orPl ,I . s. I 11hIr 'h t
shel't to \V rII\Ill
.llso. ul's 11," 1 l ith " r\,"lopld ai hi'lrt
liraking s'llt it t,,. \' ith oir out, Me
Q u11 iltd .1r I~1rr ;I\ f r'h t II lift 1. ~ ' Iri
'tiiltl' iu l ,so iit I sluIt ti third. W oods,
whit wias isrking raptidl, thi'r,\
; M11 lnn qn oult .it First. 'liTh ll's ihnfhli
l tnillish itllll 4- I ag inst l I li, ii llitr .
I hrtIs, h t Ilit It 1"inin Ii i oi.
amt itf so31,i thr4 1 amt t1n in him
tI h sii rih ll, ' the te. t ii 2 Ii 2 be
Butte.
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Kul'rora ns hatted ir las t i
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A t ' lil, 'T " l- ,tl l, . t; , l| u'itltl, 7
At Iundl' n polls ,'luhh 'in l,. li. I,
Milw'ouk I , 1 1 t', tilh i tnngsl h
THE ROASTING SEASON
YAM'
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amanag, r4
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A .wj ' tiic-.
INTlH INNING IE
CAUSED BY RAIN
IN OGDEN
'LOCALS AND ELECTRICS BATTLE
THEIR WAY THROUGH MINIA.
TURE FLOODS.
FOUR PICHEfRS ARE USED
Great Falls Opens With Hildebrand
and Sticks in Kernmyer in Last
Frame--Jensen andl Wells Appear for
the Opposition.
', l l, , A Ir 1 i11 i$4. iTrht I nl ,. i ,itill I.
Grreat Flls.
iiI Ii1. III E
lli~f l l r l. 1 ,, I I l h I I
'l'lyi' ,"I 1I 2 2 I I l 2 I,
Great Falls.
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Inr h.y..II. I I ii I i ii
h lIli'Irll II, pn'. :1 " " I I
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ll(.h riyr, h . 3 I I l l
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4n y 11 _ I .I
Ogden.
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Nehi'ntlllf, M'< ," '.' ; I 1 ; t!
Ste'venll', rf, I :.+ ;| It II i
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BASEBALL SUSPENDED.
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Ili.f 1114h iin Il. , ill filih tI i u '+ Il
I , i f I0 nll. 3 . by W ,li, I I lilt h
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of'4~ l i fl, T oII l. I: t, I 't in ll11 -- I iil'
Isilli I. al g . 11 is
+il hll si ' tl II niii m nih +ill.l I 'lll ba lll
"+if, r 11 il l ,. li'ne inglsit h e.'h ll.- t !i
'1'! iv alulm1.+' A rIll' if ' Thil tlip l il.
-Ie rhi il co til ofil h ei IH lll v rsit.ly ofl
+hl'i t'ilits '. mit'tilil ofl the+ f ul tyl i' nl
del' i nlgl~ll+P ilolt'llllh a ll.ill the blslP Ill
hmult..l is bri o'i+illulbl I. n us If a
HELENA TEAM LOSES TO SALT
LAKE, IN DRIZILING GAME, BY
SCORE OF 2 TO 9.
CIRCUS STUNT FEATUES
Senators' Third Baseman Dives Seven
Feet Horizoltally After Line Drive,
Grabs It, Rolls Over on Ground and
Comes Up With Bali.
NHlt IilAik (ltl. A.prl 24.-lin spite
:fi hrlea-ltlinlgK W'utilier it airge crowdl
tllrllld nut tinl.o to WlItl'es tile Open"
Intg g.me helire of the ITIuionll amencia
tion Ietwiren Hhellin adil tilt' Io(tai
I'tlll. llhe a.l55 was withoulllt special
liiturii exce'ptinllltg flmill'le(h by Mengesl
l Iht al.tit Inning, wh'len he dived, out
l\rvll |tI Ihorlotnltlly. grabbedl a red
Isl, Iul rlih ve, fell to the g lround, rolled
t.vr, it ople ti.ti's ll id got up ihold
rti1. tihe. hall. I)riaalfn. rathe began to
;ill ,;airly 4111d contin tl, ;Iahlimost throutgh
h1, ientire giame,. 'hri. 1.re:
Salt Lake.
P'll y, r.- . Alt. It II. 1'O. A. 1.
slPlnll.ll, I. :1 " I 2 0 0
"o rllr, ,f 4 I 3 1 It
f iT. rl' ; 1 . I 1 it 0
l'll lll'll ix. , h 2 h I 2 1 I U
otrr, s. . . . 5 4 1
Van l, lt . . . I t Ii 2 0
Pr lleton. . I 1 3 4 0
'e r,., e : 1 4 3 0
I rl'soun, . I I 1t 3 2 0
T'iol.,li 2,f t 7 27 ii0 1
Helena.
I'layr All It It. P0. A. .
It' i 'i. Ms. 4 4. o 3 1 2
4Icoige,. h :' I I 3 2 1
Ti'hl tipll i Ill, If.. . 3I I I 2 0 1
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it I, r. ,. ,: ot It 3 L t
Illihl, I. ... It I t U
1T"I:1fe 2: - ii 34 17 6
t'€,pr, hI Innlng.
IlIh al l ..... i (I I I t 2 i 5 tl U I l--2
N4 ll I.ik, .. 1 iII I 35 1 *- 9
,niliml -r T Il'tt,, I,.l.sl ll-Mello ges,
Irltan, . ls tln, r. N.7 ii 0 f ,llyI'l'l- ll-pe r.
I hirii.. hlul Iin.i,. Dvverenux,
I trssiin, 'tV..iavor 4'2 I Stlen btases
p nill r. lllllter. I f r Val,. l"il414 onl
halls f Illutthii, I. ff I)rr n anl. 3.
I,' i , l\ \4 I J-..11iiiV tit Jiki r;
Vi.(l. Ipla, Il - lla -- o Blll il-r;
Van. Ltrl' un MHK. s --fa' ctna. 8:' HalI
alltk. 1. I flrlt has, illn rr'or- HelenalM ,
1: Ilt I iLake, 4. lilt by llitlher-olrr,
Ii4r.44 laux4 . Siriuk liti--Byv latich, 2.
)y I r.£lninl, I. Itun1 bittled Iln-ly
I.i, i. 1; KIllll,,'. 1: S.1e c r,. 2;
I'..rlir, 1: I ii.e r, I I ever'.ou x. 2.
l l, l .s , 'd h a l l I t l e r . " A al ' n - - I : 3 5 .
I "iiirli It:ues Wtright.
CHtINGREN IS HIGH GUN.
o lk. Al,', Api'll A4 -The 11i th ainunilll
t ,i...t of 1" \\'the lhingthn State Sports
Ih'1I imd as I.'ti.il ni s in tided todaylii . I''r
th.. i .l 41.it . I: J. I'hllngrel of Ipo
4:l4 WaIn; lhigh aillitteur inl the regulir
eV, 'la with it t'3re oif 279 out of La p4s-I
ilh liS 35. I'. 'Ittrhin lof Walla VWallit
wd.V..441 xvidw Iih 276; R. T. Steinke,
i l ile, lhirst5 , 2.27 . llincluding the
til r, iruihy .'vents. ()'lrien was high
,. ilh 3116 4out oi a pos44ible 37,.
KILBANE ACCEPTS.
S'h v l'hdl,. Ap rll 24.-Jthiluly I(1l
u44 44. fetll O rjli tightl championt, ac
ripted t1oday 1i oilffcr of a match with
.1hl.nny Dunde. in New York, May Is,
Kihliine t1. re.,lve $5,000 or 40 per cent
uf the galte r ,olitsi. The bout Is to
e 1t rilundl .
It's a good team.
The game at o q'ciock oda, '
It'll, be a good gatId this afternoon.
A fine gang of swatters we have.
Jachs hits just like he did last year.
President Murphy of the Butte club
is still in our midst.
Skipper Roberts caIWht yesterday.
He had a lot of "pep" nd gaive a mesa
of it to the rest 0 t4he Club.
Consldering the weather, there was a
splendid crowd yesterday. About 80,
fans saw the thrilling climax.
McCafferty announces himself or
Jao.hs to do today's pitchlng. It is
likely that the blg-manager will work,
Today Plankenship will make a
change in the lineup, switching War
ren, to rlint field and Tobin to cen
ter.
Woods Is very nearly the largest
man in the world. He has plenty of
spccd and he works fast. McCafferty
is rweet on him.
Altermott showed up well yesterday,
having evidently recn ered from his
Inilsposition. MrCafftlty has a comer
In this young man.
"Stolen bases-Bassey" Is going to
he a customary entry in the score
this season. The Spaghetti Kid II a
rabbit on the paths.
Roberts, as bat for the first time
this season. rabbhed a hit. He rolled
a slow one to M Quald and beoat it.
slipping into the hag.
There should be a good crowd today.
especially, as McCafferty will -pitch
for Butte. He and Bromley should
put up a battle royal.
Bill Smith, who is one of the naost
rabid butgs in town, missed the first
game. He was on a district-court jury
and the jury was hung.
Dockstader. Butte's left fielder, Is a
Missoula-born boy. His father. A.
Dockstader, was almost the first un
dertaker the Garden city knew.
Quick and Jacha worked against the
teams that had been their own last
season. Quick allowed 11 hits In nine
Inninag and Jachs and equal number
in eight Innings.
Bromley. the nervy southpaw who
finished yesterday's contest, will go
the distance today. In the 10th yes
terday, Bromley threw three straight
wide ones straglht to Dockstader and
then funned him.
Yesterday Treokell, the Kalispell
wonder, jumped the league. He had
a day's pay coming, at that. Orlet's
wok* made hts'v laS Wtth the WiRgh
landers out of the questlion. At that.
Treckell will he' a mlbhty good man
some day.
There was another hole. fur Quick
in the sixth. Duddy singled but was
('aught stealing. Quick handled Brew.
er's rap. Altermott gave Bassey an
extremely difficult chance, which the
fielder dropped after a hard, long run.
;Kafora scratched a hit past Or-lt and
Altermott too kthird. Jachs, mirabll,
dictu, struck out.
Qiick dug himself out of a hole in
lhe fifth. Kafora's clout hit the tlhrd
Ibase, ba.g: Jachs sacrificed; Warren
dropped Dockstader's fly; MeQuald
fanned; Whaling drew a base on balls.
This filled the bases, with Conley. the
hero of a three-blow record Monday,
at the Ibt. Conley swung on a high
onid and lobbed a fungo to Changnon.
No runs.
'Manager McCafferty is exiecting
Mathes and Fries, both of last sea
son's Butte team, today. Mkithen was
drafted by Portland of the Northwest
ern league and Pries by Toledo of the
American assoclation. fries was 'sent
to Portland. They come back for the
draft price. Both will be used In
the outfield and Whaling will go to
first base, his natural job.
COAST LEAGUE
Homerun Is Profitable.
Tlan Francisco, April 24.-A honllrun
hy Iloep In the sixth with. two men on
hawrs broke up what uintil then was a
2 to 2 game. Vernon made two more
In that inning, defeatinlg an Fran
cisco. 7 to 2. Score: ,t. H. E.
Vernon . ........................... 7 11 1
Ban Francluco ........ . . 2 1a
BattFeries-Castleton and Brown;
Fannilng and Schmidt.
Ninth-Inning Itally.
Loa Anelens, April 24.-A ninth
Inning butting rally, in which Van
Buren and Helster were sent In as
pinch hitters, enabled Sacrament to
win the second game of the series.
Score: R. H. E.
oes Angeles ........ ...... it '2
Haoramento ............... 4 9 1
Batterlos--Cheoh and Brooks; Baum,
Malontey and Cheek, Hart.
lhutout for Pertland.
Portland. April 24.-Portland was
unable to do anything with Oakland
today and was shout out. ]arkins
hold the home team to three hits while
his teammates hammered UllIgan for
10 hits and 4 runs before he was re
Ileved at the end of the seventh.
Score: R. '. B..
Oakland ............................. 5 .18 8
Portland ................... 0 1
Batterles-Parkins and Mitse: Oil
Iign. Girot and Howley, La Lonse.
WESTERN LEAGU&
At Linpoln--Topeka, ,4; Llnoqln, 9.
At Des 'Moines-.Op( ha . Deo
Moilnes, 2,
At Wlhotit-Wlo. It, j..tet, 4.
Aoset i t .' . VP.*
<,a.wt o ...(k..
fro
a0 nrr't. r
Os a ilr .
1 PS v .
3 7ým
ETA
1O 69ev^!
ILL~
U ~ 1
AMERICAN LEAGUE .
Pirate Pitohers Hit Hard.
Mt. Louls, April 24,-St. Louis hitlt
two of the Detroit pitchers for eight
runs liI the first threep nnings and
won. Pernoll, the third pitcher of the
visitors, held the locals to one run.
Bush, with a homerun, brought In
Loluden. Krichell got four hits in as
many tiles at but.
kScre: It. H. E.
St. i in .... ..................... 9 11 0
Detroit ......................... 5 11 2
Batterieas-Prrii. Brown and Krlchell;
Covrinton, La Fitte, Pernoll ard Stan
age. Kochor.
Can't Hit Johnson.
H.uston. April 24.-Boston was unable
to hit Johnson except In one Inning
and Washington won. In the sixth
Inning, two singles, a double and an
error gave Boston two runn. Errors
and poor pitching by Clcotte put
Washington In the lead in the first
inning. Score: R. H. E.
Boston ............................. 2 8 2
Washington ..................... 5 9 2
Batteries-Clcotte, O'Brien and Car
rigan; Johnson and Ainsworth.
Champs Win Shutout Game.
New York, April 24.-Phllndelphin
found Warhop and Spears for 16 hits,
while Plilnk held the New Yorks to
four singles, Philadelphia shutting ioutl
tile locals. Score: B. Il. E.
Phlladelphia .................. 7 16 o
New York ........... .. 0 4
3attcries ---Plink ail 'Ilhormas; War
hop. Spears and Street.
George Knocked Out.
'lhcvelanud, April 24.-('hicago de
feated I'ivelanld, knocking George out
of the box in the fifth Inning. Lange
.was effectjve with men on bases.
kcrre: R. H. E.
Cleveland ......... ........ 9 3
Ch1icago ... .................. 16 12 1
Iiatterhim - (ieorge, Blanding alnd
Easterly; I;llmge and Block.
NORTHWESTERN
Timely Hitting Wins.
Vittoria, iI. (!., April 24.-Seattle out
hilt the loralm today, but the latter's
hits were imore timely and Victoria
woll. Meek's lmnermun in the first
scored two, a sarrifite fly let Meek
score again inn the fourjth, rld . two
inore runs were added inI the eighth,
when Rawlinge kllnocked a bwo-baegor
wit the bases full.
Score - R. H. E.
Seattle .. .. .... ...... . . ........ 2 8 1
Victoria ...... .. ....... ..... 6 2
BIatteries -- Ingersoll and Shea;
Kauffmann and Meek.
Three Homeruns,
M.attle, April 24.--'Trcolna defeated!
Portland today in a game in which
hOlrlerunlI were tile features. With the
score one ti one, In the sixth, and one
in base, Kibble hilt for four bases, gilyv
Inl Portland a lead of two. In the
next irnning tile score was tied 'again
when Abbott knocked a homorun,
bringing Yoell in and thie game was
wnil in thh elAitlth, v.hen Catneron re
peated tile prerformance,
Score- R. H. IE.
Tacoma ...................... 5 11 2
Portland .................. .................... 3 6 1
Batteries-Crlrer and Crittenden;
Bloomfileld and Harrlis.
Vanlloduver-Spukanle game postponed;
rain.
" PURIFIK5
A0ad bfrm d 14 rwpo 1ebt . for most of our ela g~ts, a4 ,om .
OsUje It beouoo'es Wi~eot h izupuritloes, hump #polso ih
'iorm is a fo low. Yudder, sa ow om
shore thait the blood Is nfeotet! Wit h healfti~j h
it~fiom a pure, trash at" to a sour, acrid fluid, ich toroqs out
impuritrs hrough thpobrsd d glands of the skin. f very oommoc
done of bad blood nd ul eOrs, whf Iob bi* oe on the
ftoaq vey An .iu otr a vo oro 4vo
was healthy the plaOe woUrd h1 at u.oi:b A I ta
whio More d't ulnto the wou& dtr
up, the tlbll ndbultai tl are brokegun.
blood is ppaaý o d ld. tth cause. .asuletb
ºd~e. .i 9 'hesbs.l tb ;ge's
t1d4 ovesW) ypa#tble of im um
of aold it the
412 155 : :~~.:·rk ;r~~- 1'r::IC~ :1!:·
JACK JOHNSON HUT
IN AUT COLLUN
Pittsburgh, April 24.-Jack Johnson,
champion pu1ilist, was Injured severe
ly. it in believed, late today when a
large automobile truck ran Into the
rear or his machine. Several tendons
it the champion's back were sprained,
while his clothes were torn and he
was covered with mud. Johnson's
valet was hurt slightly.
Johnson was proceeding down Wylie
avenue In his machlne, having left his
hotel but a few moments before. 'the
automobile truck followed. Without
warning the big truck collided with
Johnson's automobile. Johnson was
assisted to a nearby hotel and given
medical attention by a police surgeon.
Johnson. on the advice of a phyesi
clan, has cancelled his engagements for
two ,weeks, In which time his injuries
are expected to heal.
COLLEGE PROFESSOR
IS STONED BY CROWD
Berkeley, April 25.--Professor Joseph
H. Reed of the University of Califortli
was stoned tonight when he intaer
jected himself into a mass meeting
that was being addressed on a stre6t
corner by Mayor J. Stitt Wilson, who
was opposing the recall of certain
members of the school board or Berk
eley.
When Reed attempted to speak at
the street meeting Mayor Wilson aso
cused him of "butting In" and advised
him to go home. Reed persisted in
speaking of the recall and Mayor Wil
son talked against him. A bombard
ment of stones and gravel from the
crowd finally forced Reed to retire.
No one was seriously injured.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
A Bad Debut.
Brooklyn, April 24.-P-rank Allen, the
Mobile recruit, made his debut snd
Boston found him for two singles, a
double and a triple in the first inning,
getting three runs, enough to beat
Brooklyn, as Brown was invincible.
Knetaer relieved Allen in the foutth
and the visitors scored no more runs.
Darkness stopped further play In the
secmond half of the eighth Inning.
Score: R. H. K.
Boston ...................8 6 1
Brooklyn . .,........... ........ 1. 4
Batteries-Brown and Kling; AII.n,
Knetser and Phelps.
Marquard Works Well.
Philadelphia, April 24.--Aleander
,was wild and ineffective and Now
York had no tr.uble in: defeating the
locals, Marquar pitq d abh effective
game. TI hles pu a patched-Up
team in the' filnt baise of the In
Juries to many pltyert. The gains
was called in the seventh Inning on
account of darkness.
Score: ' . H. U,
New York .......................11 1 8
Phld elphl a ................. .......... 4 7
Batterles-Marquard and Myers;
Alexander, Schultz and Graham.

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