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IN HITTING BEE
BY OGDEN
IN MATINEE THAT Is qIOTASLE
ALONE FOR ITS SLUGGING,
SENATOSS LOSE.
BARNGROYER IN FIRST
Pitcher Just Brought From East by
MocClokey Allows Thirteen Slows in
Nine Innings, but Bryan Is Touched
for Two More Than That.
UNION LEAGUE RESULT.
AT OGDEN-"
Ogden .... ..... ..... .. ........... 11
H elena ....................................... 7
AT SALT LAKE
Salt Lake*Great Falls game
postponeds bad weather.
AT IUTTE
Butte-Mlssouls Igam' post
poned bad weather.
Standing of the Clubs.
Club- Won Lost Pet.
MISSOULA .................... 8 1 .889
Salt Lake ..... .............. 6 1 .857
Great Falls ..................... a 2 .600
Ogdea ................................ 8 .500
Helena ............................. 1 7 .125
Butte .................................. 1 8 .111
Ogden, May 2.-Heavy hltting on the
part of both teams was the feature
of the game today between Ogden and
Helena, which the former won by a
score of 11 to 7. Rarngrover, the.
local's new pitcher, who arrived from
the east yesterday, allowed It hits In
the nine, innings. Bryan. for the
visitors, allowed 15 hits. The threat
ening weather kept the attendance be
low 100. Score:
Ogden.
Players- A.B. R. 1T. P.O. A. E.
O'Leary, rf .......... 2 4 0 a 0
chlimpff, b ...... 2 2 1 4 1
Iveans, If ............ 4 1 1 0 0 0
O~aai., Jb ....... 4 1 3 15 1 0
Alexander, ...... 4 1 0 , 0 0
Cosgri f, Sb ...... 4 0 0 1 6 0i
Levy, as ............ 4 1 2 2 6 :t
Murray, ef ...... 4 2 2 2 0 0
Barngrover, p .... 4 1 1 1 4 0
Totals .............38 11 15 27 20 4
Helenas.
Players- A.B. K. II. P.(t A. E.
Thompson. If .... 6 1 2 2 u 0
Menges, 3b .. 4 1 2 2 :t it
Lusn l, lb ........... 4 2 1 5 0 1
Killlfay. 2b ...... 5 1 1 5 2 1
]rby. rf ...... 4 . 3 1 i I 0
Byrd, p ....... 1... 0 1 0 u( 0
laverstaclk. et .. 4 0 2 :3 2
Wood, s .......... r.0 0 0 1 1
Baker. .......... 0 0 6 1 0
Bryan. p..... :t 1 1 0 2 0
Brogan. rf .... 2 0 0 0 0
Totals ... 40 7 13 24 10 f.
Score- by Inulligl":
Ogden .. I I 0 00 *-11
l lenllUe. 'it0 4 0 2 0 0 i 0- 7
Sumllmary. 'l' ir- lise hits-Bryan,
Htevens, Levy, ltaveratack. Three-bas '
hbitle---Murlray. lilts-Off Bryan. 11 n
seven innings; off Byrd, 2 In one in
ning. Baleos on hulls-)ff Bryan, 1;
.off Byrd, 1: rfIt Barnlrou~er, it. Struck
out--Bryan, :1; Hurngrover, t. Double
playr-HtllRlngr.ov.r to 'liark: ,Levy to
Clark to Cosgriff; Ievy to Cosgriff.
] iift r. i.haei -si-lilei. , 12; (gdein. 6.
Thins hlted in-'Thomps,,i, 1; lrby, 1:
Mteveins, 1 1-e". :': Mlurray, 2;
O'Leary, 1: Clahrk, 1. 'l'bi , 1 45. Um
pire- Wright.
NORTHWESTERN
Standing of the Clubs.
Club- W\V, Laet Pet.
Victoria ............................. i .i
Portland ........................ 8 7 .,8
Vancouver .......................... 8 7 .
Spokane ............................ 7 7 .rol
Tacoma ...................... ...... 7 8 4
Seattle ... ..................... . 20 .:"57
Poor Fielding Loses,
Spokane, May 2.--Spokane ]lil
enough to win today, but pour field
Ing gave tile visitors the wlnnling runs.
Slpokane tied the sc-,re Ii Che. nIiIt.Ih,
but Neighbors and M,)rse hrokl. Ii, l le
'ono In the celevllth with loiig hits.
Coo.wane was wild. Moy.er in five
tlmes up got five bits.
Score: it. II. E
Sllpokane ............................ .... r :
. ooma . .............. ........ . 7 8 4
Settlerl--Cochrcine und i Triigt,
V Itiealk: Hunt tied Lldwig.
VI oris Victorious.
$rSay 2.--Seattle ciuld not
wh.en hits were needed,
40t to both Heattle
n. w na i eeatle lilayed a
La Ute field.
R. 11. JE.
S3 1.**,....· ......... 8 1 0
I ia1JMe lver nad
Iig in the
* pud ~E~ j betters and
Vaswou
-l<i  ll H B
LNATIONAL LAe UE
Standing of the Clubs.
gtlob-- Won. Lost. Pot.
('lncinntal .......................14 8 . 4
New York .....................10 3 .741
Boston .. . .................. 7 7 .600
Chicago .. .................. 8 8 ,429
Plttsburgh ...................... .429
Brooklyn ........................ r, 8 .883
Philadelphia ................... 4 8 .333
St. Ioulb ........ .......... . 5 10 .333
larmon Is Easy.
St. Louis, May 2.-Twelve hits off
Bob Harmon in seven Innngs tgave
(Clnclnnntl 10 runs and a shutout vic
tory. Reseher opened the game with
i double, was adv'anced by Pates' safe
hunt and wan scored by Mitchell after
Hohlltsel had been hit by a pitched
ball. From that time on the visitors
had things their own way.
c8ore- R. H. P1.
St. o uls ............................... ..... 4 4
Cincinnati ...:..................... .10 15 0
Batterles-Harmon, Willie and
Wingo; Oappar and Mclean.
Nine Straight.
New York, May 2S.The New York
erc won their ninth straight victory,
again defeating Philadelphia. Myers
was ordered off the field by Umpire
Klrm for protesting a strike called
on him in the eighth, and Wilson fin
ished hls time at hbat.
Pcore-- Ri. H. 10.
Philadelphia ............4................4 8 1
New York .................... .... 9 3
latterie--Moor. antId Graham: Tes
reau, Myers and Wilson.
Heavy Hitting.
Boston, May 2.-Toston tused up two
Brooklyn pitchers and l it another
freely in the first two Innings, scoring
10 runs. Brooklyn hammered trown
from the Ibox after' scoring for runs
in the third.
8core-- t. i,. Ji
Boston .......................................11 14 4
Brooklyn ................... ...........7 7 3
Batteries-Brown, }logg and dowdy;
Knetzer, Schardt, Yingling and 1Frwln,
Higgins.
O'Toole Is Magnificent.
Pitllburghll, Miy 2.--K7'heingo was
shut out by the splendid pitching of
(YTonle nid the good support given
ihinl by the Pittsburgh players. (Only
two Chin.'g, runners reached third
base.
Soore- it. IT. 10
Pittsburgh .................................... ... 1
Chicago ........................................ 0 i
Batterlea-O'Tloole and (lihuon; Me.
Intyre, Rebllach and Archer.
RACING RESULTS
At Alan.
Alan, Idalho, May 2.-Six sprinters
running atbreuwst iln tile fourth race at
the Alan tracik tilns aft'rnonll fur
nlshed the sensation of thee daly. Ada
ulealde nosed Iouti Wlnnl witll Plns
nenuger and Sir I,'retfuil slilhtly ahllead
I of E Keek. Iulltler Hall iand Parlor
Itoy. Summannnry'
First race, five fullrlonngs- Media,
won; Yellow Il'noI, wenll.lnd; Abillla,
third. Tl'ime, .1 : 4.-f
Beconld racei, five fu riniOgs -BenR
Greenlntnf, wonl; Ilex, ceen.ild; hilort
Cut, thiird. Tinme. l:01 2-f.
Third race, flve furlou.gs-LItle,
Juntl.e, woniI; (Illbert l-tne, seeolid; iHl
ver Stocking, thilrd. 'line, 1:01.
Fourth rnle, six fulrlongn--Ada
Meande., won; PaI'senIge, eer-iondl; Hir
i'retful, third. Time, 1:14 4-5.
1'Ifthl race, six furlonng--l'omyrniy
Metce, won; Abe 8tnnpsky, seclund;
I)sniuro, third. 'Tiine, 1:15 1-n.
Nlxth rano, mlll and at sixtlenl11 -
Dionn:tlent, wonl; Edwin, sl'ead; I .y-.
miinster, third. Tin1, 1:48 3-5.
FIGHT CALLED OFF.
Harrnamento, (ul., Maly 2. --Owlng to
the sudden IIllness of Molntailla Dan
Sullivan, the 20-roound fight weheduiled
between hilnm nletl 1'ranlk Mantnll for
next Mondaly nlight hlere. hians leeen called
off.
One of Best Young Pitchers
Ono of tIho youngest players 1n
eilltheorof the major leugue s o Joe
Wilod of HlotoI)n, Who has inot yet
reaithed his niajorIty. Wood pitched
for B3oston ]lit yetar anO wan one of
lhe. B.iLrunitllt.rs' t hurlera. lie 1I on
dock tgain this y'lier and unless all
slgiisM fall will furnlsh plenty of food
itr, u I'tlhL.urn lln Bo..snton beforeu the .....
*iiion is fir idvane d. <>':
MET AND SOfl
STHEY LIKE
PRIZEFIGHTERS TRAIN A LOT
DIFFllERENTLY FROM MEN
OF THE DIAMOND.
GETTING INTO CONDITION
Men of Glove and Bat Would Sterve
on Diet That Bcrappers Are Corn.
polled to Adhere to, While Pugs
Couldn't Use Toerse' Food and W1n.
'llow far diffclerent is the sprlng
irtlirnig of a b.ill piluaI'r from the
training of a, lfizi,, fighter. It has to
I'., for the sI|tlhpii 'resldon that the
Kganc diffe.r s widelly and are con
ductiied under cusceh different clreum
stancees. The fight.er traln for one
Irief picriod, *traine to center all his
strength and speed in the transac
tions of a single night and then lays
off work 4ll timc' to get ready for
another bnatile. 'he ball player talina
for 1514 c'on.scutilve c'fforts, and must
Inot onlly have his sitrength and speed
ready for 41lte occ'cuailon, but sufficlently
fortified to 1c1l hWin throculh the re.
mInlntlcg lt I.
Irl only iL few piciln.a In the tralnlng
of c Ihull club at the. pring camp akin
to that Iof the xrIxrcr. 'Both the ball
illllyvn cld flghtters take runsc on the
road, and 'both uar rubbewd down by
their trinlers. T'Ihat iucutll ends the
mrnilarlty, anld c'vecln the road work Il
mo.1ll limited to the Ic iclcc h, for the
bull Iplclycer, I cI wl1l4i as the. dally prac
ti(e gun.ccen arel in full 'halllct gets all
the rioad wor'k Ihe reiclUir in c hasing
roundi t.lc IIcuse.
'Th1, boxc r k¶ils theII rope,l,. Jcuggleo
hluiccb Ililt and Intciian .lcpbs and
towMsi the1 Illcedcllilnot ball. l'The ball
plctyer acldoim icr leve*r lidoes any of
'tllhcca Itlcngsi. 'If tihe boxer in overfat
he starve* hi mllln f, stellamns 4n 'hot
hbthH uiJcl dl'Ies eveIrythinig to get the
flesh off all at one effort. After the
fightl is over Ihc lets Ith, fleih alleome
Ilecek. 'P1hc bll pllayer removes the fat
ihy flicld exorcilse, ir piossiily Iby wear
nlg a rubber shirt lic addition to ordl.
niry cinltclllea. He triesla to get the
sulrplillt weighlt off griadually, and once
it Ia riecvccied, 'trie to kieep it off till
ThI'lle Irailing table.s of fighters ain
Iball pieyere Is where, the Kreatie.t dif
ference is noticeable. Fighters ra
utrlt I ihenellIvye in lean imeats, stmaIl
lebread, t.11, a lilthJ l ahrl and ve-ry little
wate'r. Hal player, eat IIke wolves,
conalurll fat anld lean meats alike,
fres.h brIewad, hot hilcullltta, pie, cake,
Iclt creum, coffe.--e1,d, ever find anon,
whe nuo Ion$ In lonklieg, a I ttle of beer.
It can hile frankly nstated that a 'ball
player wuuld starve on the food of
fered. to a fighter and that at trainer
would go uetel with horror at the Idea
of ai flgiee'r going againslt the chew
delmandelld by a ball player. tEvery
famlllltlno piysiyeal culture expert, every
authority nl the dieting of athleten
'wotultl write againsl t 70 per cent of the
Ituff edev'e.wied by ball players three
times ni day. Yet the player.s eat this
wild imixturee of sweets and soura-
and whi ever'Vr heard of one of them
c'cll .ling fr'l, t indigel tion.
Pltchler "F'lamnle" Delhi, of the White
Sox, comet from Lite Pacllfo Coast
league. lie gets his llckname from
the, color of tils hair.
-~~__ -I
C Mhc o «......................I 4
IBton ,................+...... i. 10
a .................. 9 q
Detroit ............,.... ... 4 " .411
ewt. Lofi . .................. 10 :.
New, ork ...:.....,...4 19 1i
fly ag, .lIy e r- o,
i shutout.' al btw r
land .: ........ved by L .an..1
in, the lesp` in the nieyeip0. k okt
buale anched i aLt era ly. d
fly ake Chi&&Oj their scoeti, wte i
double ahd a' tflpi. saabd the vihftori
a shutout
+$.. ... ill
Batteries-ýWalxl, Lanjis idd Block:
Kaler and 'Isterly.
Wiorke thuts Out U'wetsv.
Detrdoit, $y 2.-Woriks iiteh hip
first same of the seas.dn, esnunhiSt o.it
St. Louttl. Bailey was Wild Y*.d was
replaced by r4lte in the secOnd bilsiit
Jennings made a shift in Mir ineiQ
sending LAden to the hoirbb. ro1iilp
to third, Vitt 4o second hid DelO
hanty to left field. Sltangi wah
benched In favor of Onslow.
Soore-- at. b.
Detroit ........................................ 6 I
it, Louis ............ ...................... 0
Batteries - Works and .'1tlan
Onslow: alley, Lake and KrlelTell.
Champs Lose.
Philadelphia, 'May 2.--New Tork dp.
feated the home team in a poorly
played game. All the pitchers e ere.
Ineffective exfcelt Quinn, who pitoht#d
the last five Innings for 'New York.
Both teams mad, tfielding errors.
Score- P. I. ,.
New York ..................1 12....... 4
Philadelphia .,.......................... 5 10
Batterlea-Vaugiuhn, off, Quinn and
Street; Morgan, Danforth and Thomas,
Groom Hlit Hard.
Washlnltola4 May .2.-Boston hit
Groom hard and timely, defeating
IWhhlington. oensational fielding
plays were osade by Lewis, Speaker,
Knight and Plynn.
8core- R. ii 10.
Boston ......... ........... II 1
W ashington ......... .... ...............5 7 8
Batteries-Hall and Nunamaker:
Groom end Henry.
AS tT LOOKS
At last the weather )inx got Mis
soula.
All of these, postponed games call
attention to the winter league contro.l
versy concerning a change in the
Union associatlon's season. It has
been suggested ti.t to start in the mid.
die of May and ti4 t at clear through
ePptember would Insure better weather
Oondltions. it in likely that this
spring's record, coming after a similar
performance hIst year, will 'be the
cause of a schedule change next year.
There Is a lot t,bittlng In the Union
association right now, as evidenced by
priatloally 4every box score that's been
printed up to date. Yesterday Helena
and Ogden split 28 'hits. A game III
the Coast league netted 42 blows.
The pitcheirs are not igoing very w.'ll
yet and it is not to 'be expected that
they will hit their stride until 'the sain
whines and it gets hot. Taking it by
and large, lM0Oiola's flingers seem to
be as effc,,tive as any of them.
('an you rcmember Jmow everybody
hit at' th beginning of the season of
1911 on CEurllell park, which was
Joyce park then, by the way? Well,
the reason for thlt lies In Mount fsen
tinel, which, nice and green In spring
time gal.), furllshed a mighty fine
ackgroUtnd for the .satters. A new
ball, coming up to the plate out of
that greent looked as big and "fat" us
a dinner buctket, the prosperity kind.
All hands stepped into the pill and It
rained base hits. E0ven a few of the
sun dancers that made up or early
In-the-season excuse for a team in 1911
hit the ball occaslonally. When the
mountain got on the path that leads
into the se're-and-yellow stage, it quit
being a Kgood til.n to hit against and
tile clubhouse In center field got in
Its deadly work. On a bright day,
that ellubhoust e is the bane of the bat
ter's life.
AMERICAN ASS'N.
Club-- Won Lost lct.
Columbus ................................ 16 4 .800
Minneapolis .................... 1 .706
lt. Paul . .............. 11 8 .579
Toledo ........... ......... 10 8 .8 56
L]ousivillo ................ 7 9 .418
Kansas City ............. 8 11 .421
Milwaukee ................... 5 12 .290
Indianapolls ................ 8 15 .167
At lMinneapolls - MinneapolIs, 2:
L.ontlvill, i.
At Krinsas City-4Cansas City, 1;
Toledo, 3.
At St. Paul--t. Paiul, I; Indian
apolls, 4.
At Mlwnukep-Milwaukee, 1; Co
lumolnbu, 5.
WESTlEiiN A3U1E
At Denver-Penver e ; ~ ict.ita .
At St. Josepll--Mt. Josleph 7; Gloux
City 2.
At Omaha-o-;paha 9; Des (olneA 1.
At Topeka-Topekat 4; Lincoln 5.
tt'9!"·P M s y R Air -¢otn.,:t.Ik .
Sprigfield, y ,-a r
ris, the sp 1
hoprp in 4 y uW 9o i s 1
Roth artd in l
It Is not believed the authetlties Will I
intertwlre i the oonatst.
I to mel It . i.r. It `i
4 fe ti'e eou t oh
btlab e da .b o+' , .i ,
athr1 e at oM+ _,t etolub.
Bhlttonh; f t the alt t l
,toatt trides6ai oa e it Bttn
rb0ton whate thoe tihi tang Iear
r l a I ter wer. e A; 1w ltelnt
'It of th I Izb I i • ' l o
·t~ S taed of 1*. l o r
voti lg ,h stoi tre.t. al hol
Club
oblbon t Won Lor t w Pot.
Oakland .......................... SO .709
Vernon ............ ............. 1 1 I2 . 031
San ' Prnolco ............. 1 . 12 .a10
!acramento .................. 1p 1a .444
oQs Angeles ................. 11 6 .4218
Portland ....................... 7 10 ,804
A Weird sb1l1tiish.
Los Angeles, May 2.-A total of 27
runs, 41 hits and 10 error. as lpade
in today's game betweend the Oakq and
Angels in one of the wedrdeet ethlbl
lons ever -witpessed on the home
rfounds. The visitors cinched the game
Wilth eight rune in, the foutrth Inning.
Score: R. N. B.
Los Angeles ............................ 1 7
Oakland .................................17 24 2
Batterlen-Toser, Blatle, Nagle and.
Brooks: Parkin, hlartlnonl, Gregory
and Mitse.
Pltchei in Pornn.
Portland, May 2.-Pottland won from
Vernon today. Koestner and Hitt both
pitched splendid ball.
Score: R. H. E.
Vernon .................................... 1 8 0
Portland .................................. 2 p 3
Batteries-Hitt and Brown; Knest
ner and Hlawley.
Batting Rally Wine.
Oakland, May 2.-By a heavy batting
rally in the ninth. Sacramento won
from San Francisco today.
Score: R. H. R.
Sacramento ............................ 13 3
San Franoirco ........................ 4 8 1
Batteries r- Arallanes, Baum and
Cheek; Baker, Welkle and Schmidt.
PAPKE COMES BACK.
New York, May 2.-Billy Papke of
Kewanee. Ill., former middleweight
champion, practically knocked out
Billy Leitch, a former New York
policeman, in the second round of
what was scheduled to be a 10.round
bout at the National Sportling club
here tonight. It was Litch's f.lt
fight as a professional. Both ment
weighed 163 1-4 pounds. Leitch was
groggy when the second round started
and after he had been knocked down
four times his meconds threw up the
sponge.
MANY ON I8CK LIST.
So far the present season has been
a tough one on the players. 81ckness
or injuries during the first 10 days of
the season put the following players
out of the game: Coombs, Lord and
Lapp of the Athletlca; Magee, Vooin,
Lobert, Wals.h Chalmers and Klllfer,
of the Quakers; IWolter and Cree, of
the Highlanders; Plaetcher and Doyle;
of the Giants; Wheat, Tooley and
Hummel of the 8uperbas; .Nelson of
the Browns; Bresnaan. of the Cardl
nals; Cobb.ot the Tigers; Sullivan of
the White Box; Chanoe of the iCubs:
Donlin of the Plrates.
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HEAING RESTIUO D
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Relieves Ckthrrhal Dikfness.
The thousands who suffer the mis-,
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they have never found a cure and can
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Unlike internal medicines which lp
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which oply a.rav'vte the troub~l, this
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stantly reaches the seat of the, trouble,
stops the nasty disoharge, olears the
nose, head and tbroat, and 'brlig
back the sense of taste, smell and iAn.
proves the heafinl. More than 'thi, it
strengthens the weakeened anddlia
eiaed tissues, thus proteoting you,
gainut 'retrn of tilhe trduble This
renbdy will cure a cold in a ds', A.d
prevent its becomin ohronlo oPr re
sulrinrl n oatarrh.
Wliaa catarrh Is 'an Inflammatlon of
the membrane lining the air paVft ,
and cannot be reached by mixtute.
taken into the stomach, nor an' It -it
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oroup, It 1L rloedy. *i
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AI,
xmie -Mead tdnfetbre t I gd+u
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