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I re! rve got a LrTT pe 4or PS I Z "1 &U"' ' PofNT the " I ,
PHACT.C6 THe tn ,MCf , A bNWVLL BOAT AND Auc "WJ6LP TO0A, & WANT To SHOOT VSe TO YOU
6un ano i tor th? job op 3 scofte tkc xrrs V ' V Ao san "FHte capx-ouketo I 'J
S.TT1Nfr OUT TH TARt P,t GUN 7 T BG evCoSGO PROW
' to THE M(TS - ALC 1 H 6 Hett (WMlKfr e T f - VU etV J fer (V BY T
OO (ft WATCH Nfc THE W KEAvV SHEU.S 1-' fc-V HYTHE fVi J TAftSeT VOOY. -"'
t ' ' y I
I l--a-c:-rt tr 'W'T- T
CU BON IS IN LEAD
ALL WAYjW FEATURE
Winner of Handicap at Coeur
d'AIene gets Off to Go
on Start.
BI5 WINS AT LA TON I A
Thoroughbred Is Well Backed
and I la? No Trouble in
Taking the Race.
ALAN. Mali". June IS. The Panhan
dle polling hand icap. the feature to 16
a card a i Alan, was won by Cn Bon.
V ' Irh broke in the lead and wan never
ided. The favorite, Sir I "leges, tired
aiHv fnd lost second place to Juan.
Weather clear, brack Cast summary:
elhn fair. l:-k fat BWIllU:
I i rot foui finlonRi -Kenneth. 11E (HOff-
man), :i i 1 nn: Marourhim, 107 (MoBrtdo),
ii io i ratond: KlUj ft., MM lOrsad), s to 6,
. Itu .1 Time 4. Sal. hrlrl le. Jennie N mnn,
. IUmm Uo:.e, Ktnier L, Jr.. and Dr. S. I. Tale
. . f 1 1 hod .i ni mad
md iff. or fn:ioncs -Lota nay. in
(Hoffman), m I. in: Ramr.ey, 116 (Cerieii,
io I icond 1 id uoundt IM (KaderlaV
U If. to '. third Time I 03. Jane Laurel. Anna
Ja Schneider, r.io .in. Lookout. Kinfoiks. DabUs
j j Mlmtrol R-;" H. n-i Ban msnaoo Maid
! Phltd it. ill fin loi'S -Tarloi Rot, 04
J (fti-OSa), n I. nn; l.ady Tndl. l9 fUc-
i' Idt) II io 1, Batiaiclb "5 (Hoffman),
.1 fo '. HOrd. Tlm. 1:1"! 4 . Olmptt, I'lnlla.
i j Cantora. SSml, Bd Kc- k n(l Ptorc DoUbed
ll 1 nmixxl
i j Ko lb rc. rnlnfll'' tfllnic liinlii
i j iptto Cn nn to. (KinotibwnBr, ;i o r. won:
J 1 I'jan. n 'HUM. II l 'J. fr.-oiH: Sir CI4MBH.
lid (rtOpklnal, 17 lo in. Ililrrl Tlm. I in I '.
3 j Oxai ng1'K nii llarooiara finirh-1 nanird
y I '''fMi racn, fl and hair furlonga Daoal
Ta i"' (J Mr.inijn), lo L wofl; .toim ll. BhtabM,
J-T 112 iRooBt . 4 io t. lOcond; Anni IfeOaw. IM
lj NoffTi4ii i I (bird Tim. I ns ;. Kd'll'-
W llotf, Lillian . Ailrm. BlncKuUr. Rand
ffi, Sa'vhal Sniwr Son and TilMt flnl:.!id aa
T A pamnd
I j tilth ( nn mlla Ltt44Mon 119 i artatl.
. i lo I. trnn . Rajifi.i Conl. ini ICtrAaa), I
I-Vh 4o ? rrcnd. io;in'on. us B. tfcBwan).
r j -o t; fhird Tini. 1 (I S-B. Zulu. Irarlax
j J Ro.ini Farij 1l . !"dm BtCWdrt, Mrlt'.'
ifA and' AJebabUai ftntabad : nanad
Goetu d'AIene Entriea
j I fn'mtoni Htiri BarvlCa
.A 'I jAU, ?d.. .iun 1 Tomorrow an)
i j ItI. Wi I Ir.dx U I
i i n Rac ai Mrloaci iuin
iu ' ;l lmon4 lOtTtm Hop ? . . tOJ
" j oos Zlrtkand . . 10 i jnnj Krrhiur.r ....
1m -: Sum Paihrr lOSI'SOOt om nt
H C'li :n--! 'ftuti Rok
13 Eoas in;' :.wk Kih TV'kl.a PS
13 ''O'.-d Reca Bll f'irl"iijr. illnr
W3 . TV.". lorn Mijrph- ... lit '!' Bll i I JH
?' " ld B I ir, 'Sl r.i-.lna 1U
f NTS alalia lit) 2M0 Mlaa Kom . .in
- STT Bia-k Pbaap lit .-;n atiapa Ill
Iv "SMt Boutnarn Gold .llttttn Ulfnin 101
(t ' : lit Halloo in ndfiin inj
(f j i hird Baca Flva rortonca, pur.
A't Hit Kid Ninn lOf 2041 Mayardsia 101
rig SM0 Eaootak in-.i Par '"aihar
aj 'jr-nm ,100 i imla at
1 !0r0 """! nun. in-. .;.. T.-ojao Rrlla . .. ':
M t'Nalinaii aiilij'.l
tf romili Rare One mile. Iiandkap.
IB ."- Meadow ll ';:.? M yenae ... an
If HMI 1-orr.lel 1VSI 3009 Rola 90
idJH Jack Falne 9
Fifth Baca' 1 Mlla ai a ibrtaantb alll is
, 1041 Blftird Ill1 nnn-j miw pirnl.-. ... . in;
Griney . I! ' Pool lv . . .in:
-I. . W fake in 9M Hatterai ipt
BJM V. hidden . . . . 0jj
BU'i Rare Five and a l.alf furlOltajS. rmiae.
' aa?9 radd jD II"., 2ST'.' Pride of Likinore. 10.1
32 Jin Baev 111. I7.".0 Fljlr.c Wolf ... Q
f f J inrj Rote Queen . ...Mil
Latonia Race Results.
I fOtcmatlOOaJ Newa Service.
' 1 Ni INN ATI. O.. June it. Todaj'a rat roaujtl
. ' el llou'.a i
First rare, five furlonx Merlin. 110 (Byrne),
alralglit It 0. on: Kiel. Mi 1 Callahan 1. plarr
II 10, eerond; The Grader. int (jOtUlll. ahnw
IT n. Ililrd l ime. I O! Jacob num. ni. St
aid gentry. Imene. QMUItMMlt, SUnley II .
Kamriiatka and Brooal II. aUo ran.
I . io.-utid rare. fle and a half furlone;? 'I'hr-
Widow Moon, in? (Byrne), ttratght n r.0. won;
Kobbf , Ml i hh 1 . pi.- It.an, taoopd ; Tork-
ville l'r7 lAlleni. allow 1.1 M. third Time
) n r-6 Baninid. Bunch of Keji. Ptriclea bad
Sir':"! alao ran.
Thlnl rare. it furlong -Vankei 110 iBatap),
, , : TO xron Bonanu pla
.; 'i ee-ond. Obaitlar, 10H (fian. how 12 70
' third TlfM 1 !7. No- Havap, Old lUnU.
Ja ib F.nia. RoaalnL Johfl n. Wakedeid. Cbarlai
Oo 1 i fatal DcnnlM aleo ran
TM.t. net mlla and a atstMath Noopai rii
IW IB7TTM), siralith; 111.40. won; Feather Duater.
Ho :o,.ni. plare !(.. wyond. Sir Caleehy. Ill
Still in the Glass
Business
Many of our EriencU have
been misinformed.
Phone Wasatch
THREE TWO HUNDRED
and your needa will be
promptly attendivd to.
I Culmer Company I
1 CURVES OF ZAMLOCH
BAFFLE SKYSCRAPERS
4-
Highbinders Get 1 1 Hits Off
Dressan, Who Makes Salt
Lake's Only Tally.
MISSOULA, Mont.. Juno IS Carl Zam
loch, plf.-lilriR In the proFenrio of a big
league scout. Jlmmle McGuIre of Iho De
troit .Americans, held Salt Lalto to a
inlo hit today. This came In the ninth
Inning and was made by Drefsan, who
struck at a ball two feet wide of the
home plate. Dreesan had two strikes on
hfm nt the lime and was determined lo
hit the sphere. Tils hit was jrood for
three bases and lie came home on a sac
rifice fly. The Hlphlanders pot to Pre-s-s.tii
for eleven hits, most of which were
bunched In the first and fifth innlng.i
The scores'
SAL.T LAKK.
AB. R. H. PO A E.
Spencer. If ., 4 0 n 2 0 0
Bauer, cf Q r i n o
Fortler, rf 4 0 n i n
Devereatu. "h s o o o 0 n
Orr. ss 8 0 0 - 6 X
Pendleton. 2b .1 0 0 2 2 n
Abbott, ih. 8 n . o in r n
Kelly, c 3 0 0 6 1 0
Dressan. p 2 1 1 0 3 1
Totals 2R 1 1 24 14 2
MISBOUTjA.
. AB. R fl. PO. A E.
Warren, t f 4 2 2 1 0 0
Pertine, ?h E 2 3 2 1 1
Baauy, if 2 l t 2 o o
Oriel, ss 4 0 1 2 8 1
Carman, lb. 4 o 1 t i o
Tr.bln. rf 2 0 0 3 0 0
CliaiiRnon, 3b I Q 0 0 4 0
Robertn. c 2 ? 1 ! I
jrSoJnlooh, p s 0 - 1 0 n
Totalo 30 v 11 2" io 2
Ball Lake ooonoooo t 1
blleeoule 20003101 7
Summary; Lofl on hso!--M)..5ri)in. 6.
Stolen h?.-o:- -Orlot. Roberts. SaOrfflee
hits Tobln, Warren. Zamlooh. Sacritii-
d Bauer. Two-baae hit Carman ,
r -. Rolerts, Zamloch. Three-baee
hit Dressan Double play Orr to Ab
bot! -imi.-Ic oul p- Dreesan, 2; by
Zamloch 0 p-is? on balls -Off rres
ifr Zemloch, 1 wild pitch
i' 1 .it (in by pitched ball -Basn,
Roberts. Tioio 1:87. rrmplre Wright.
Coast LeagtiQ
IA14 PRAN43ISCO, "al . Juna II Prore'
R. It. V.
.s Anci y t 11 0
o,Vind I 7 .1
I h-w snd Brookal Ferkln end Mltif.
Tiedemar.n.
l.''iS ANCfF.I.E. 'al. June IS s-ore.
H H. F.
Portland 2
Vei non 8 11 I
r . r-i-.. M i V.n-.-n. FIzKlnhoihtm and Howie) .
BUI and Aenew.
PAi'RAMF.NTO. Cal.. June 1?. -Score
R H.
Pan Franrleeo 2 Jl
fa'ramento S 14 0
ru:i--io -Henley, ITarklne and Berry; GIHIsan
and FiU.;.
American Association
At Toledo n. h. b.
rolunibut I I I I t I' l l 04 10 2
Toledo 000000f)0 00 4 1
Baliarlaa- Packard and 8m1tb: Vslkonbnra and
Lsnd, DnptfM OklU and Irwin
At Mllwaukea
Mini r , roiia 10 0 0 0 0 13 10 n-s j; i
atllwmokea oooioioiio i- i
Battarlaa- Patlenion. Waddell. Olmnred and
nrur: Horlik. Marlon. Sltpnlka and Priaik.
I'miilie. --FrrKuaon :id Handlhoe.
Al fMk.-. II1 Indlanapoll-I.o!lvlll game
postponed; rain.
Only line aamea m hadOlatj today.
(Fain). how 13 in. third. Time. 1:50 Galley
Blava, Dationaa Bo; RagmsB, Work Ins L.d and
Tkj Tay ulao ran.
PlfUl rj. f. i fmlonrs Roaaeaux. 10S (Mr
ralcbt 17 40 o;i; Mnrhk. I OS (CJati-l.
pla.o 18.80, serond; Wlniilnc Widow 107 (Henry
show It. 0, third. Time. 1 i 4-... Inonia. Huiky
I."' Ir '" iii.d I ."la Kmma ali-o ran.
BlSIb ia-e mile and iteventy jar. la Be 110
(Falnl. tr.ile:i . wot, A.ror.l, 03 inrne.
plaie l n laeondj (ol Cook. 110 ill'enryi
show 12 30. third Tune. 1 SO 4-"i Bantettt W.,
S(eepe)ark and Carlrton dab Uo ran.
Today's Latonia Entries.
unatlor.al s( ;ri..
CINCTHNATI, 0.. June IS. Tomorrow 'a an
Mm IB MS Wi Index.
Flrat Rare -Five ftirlonga
ollta IQSI .'M riQb Bej 10
Swr Artreee 10.', Jean Grey jo
roil Kopntaot io-,: Maaalame .. 101
.4". Anful Art 10'. 2931 Nelly Aamea . P
....U Tjree ': V72 Mollle Rlrharda . 112
rtOl Baitrsfea ........ JO. 243 Kinder Lou 112
!-.. n Rare -SU furlonfi. aelllna.
.'. il'-lden Aetien . lo; H4R Swarla Hill . nj
.;t Kden Hall !n .-aw Klhelda jo",
'.an Frrcuaon ...lOSIttti Prlr.. Thorpe in.
" mulr--. in: Marian Catey lof,
c,.jdeo Pa-a: 1031
Third Race Six furlong, aelllnc
.7. 0 Vtern Belle 10JI :9 Helen Bumell 103
9f:04 lima IV 20 VeneU Stroma .10
VM Hlirh Flown 103' J2!7 Pirate Diana ME
1971 Coletia 103' 2a Bylvestrla . ...112
Fourth R e -Mile and a ahteenth. aelllna
2'51 rliaie- r'.orti' . 279 Brave . inj
17J0 Gate. tool ?m Captain Rravo .TltV,
SU Dalnaerfleld .. .1001 27 Sir Gllaa 107
Fifth Rare-One mil, aelllnc
27t Fairy Sl. . loj ;777 Feather Puster . 100
7010 Flylnc Feet 1071 mi Jark Blsht . IP
y-. 'roeeover .. inv 3fi Wander ... j
T.Yj K. ot Ri.hmotiJ..109' 290 All Red .114
lAih Rare-Mile and aevauly ard. aelllna
MSO 'ieJenc . 101 :7 Kopek .. 109
Oil Pal Fai . . . 10: :79 Sptndlf ' my
7 IwdfaFi m: ?4 Charley S'.rauaa 111
Taft Sees Washington Win Seventeenth I
Straight; Pirates Defeat the Giants
Gandil, Senators' Classy
First Baseman, Bats
in Four Runs.
By International News Service.
WatSBXNGTON, .Tuno IS. Clark
Griffith's slogan, "Names don't
win games." worked all right
again today and his Inspired
spoed boys fell upon the re
nowned "Cy" Morgan and droe him from
the box, trimming; the Athletics, 5 to 4,
the Senators winning In the ninth. Gan
dll's batting- was the feature, the locals'
nifty first haseman knocking in fonr of
the five runs While Iho Tafi -Roosevelt
battle was being waged at Chicago Presi
dent Taft sat In his accustomed box and
watched the Washington team win Its
seventeenth Btrangfat victory The na
tion's executive seemed wholly ahsorhed
In the ball game.
WASH I NC,TQV-rnn, DEI-PHI A.
Waah'ton. R.H.O.A.R.I Phlla. II H O. A E-
Moellrr. rr I 0 0 n 1 1 I.ord. rf . . . 0 1 0 0 0
Foater Id., I l 'J 2 ol Oldrlnc e(. n 1 n 0
Milan. Of. 12 3 0 0 Cnlllnn. 2h . 0 2 4 4 0
(.udll, lh. 1 n It 0 ol Baker, 3b . . 0 I n 4 1
Shanks. If 0 1 1 0 O'StiuoU. If. n 0 1 0 0
Morgan. 2t. 0 0 .1 2 Ol Mclnnes, In 1 I If. 1 n
McBrldS. 0 J I r, Ol Barry. . . 2 1 1 .. 0
Henry, r... 0 0 4 1 0 ThOBSS, O..0 1 2 0 0
Groom, p.. 1 0 1 2 1 Kuan. c. . . n 1 1 n n
' I ''r5an. p 0 1 0 n
I Houck, p. . 0 0 0 n fi
I Fennoek, p. 0 n 0 1 1
I Coombo . . n 0 0 0 0
I "Lapp . , J 0 n n n
I Mlfastart . 0 n 0 0 0
Total H J7 li jj Tolala .... 4 11120 M I
FlVO oul "v'len wlpnlnp; run WSJ erorrl.
Bailed for Thomas In eeyenth.
Bait. -I i c Morgan Iq eventh.
Btir. fo,- Honol In ninth,
rhllodelphla nnnnn03f) (
Wasblagtoa 100001301 r
.ummarr' Three-baje hl(j Fga.11. Lepp. Two
ha:. hit- KV,tr. Gaudll. OMrlnc 121. :!iolen
basas Milan, strunk (3). Ponhia plan McBrlda
IO MorRn lo Gandil: Be: ry to fy.llln'' 10 '.(
Innes. HI la -Off c. Moipn. I In t Innlnca; off
Houok. s hi 2 iDntncs; off PornorV, 1 ln 1 In
ning. Bai.ea on balle- Ofl 0. Morgan. 3. oft Fen
nork. lj orr Groom. '.' Rlrurk out By Hour. I
hy Groom. "trrtrlre lil 1 - Moallai Hit bf
pitrhor -Br 1 Uotaan, Groom. Famed oina
Wahlnglon. 2: Thl ladelphle. 4. T.rft 00 bn-vra-Washlngton,
10: Philadelphia. 5 Time of game
2 10. Attendance jr.. r.is, Umplras O'LouKblln
and Egtn.
Bv Internal lor a i Meffrs Service.
DETROrT luiie jr. The TigeTIJ pulled
down the drsr of iho sr-rio with Cleve
land, S to 4. They gave Work- hii elght
run load In fhf first iwn inning.';, hit
ting everj'lhilii; ICnhler anrl George hand
ed up Krpi appeared with two on and
two down In the second and breezed Morl
arity. Works fanned six of the first ten
limn to bat ami did not allow a hit until
(he ni'rh iniilnn After that he eased up.
Krapp aleo was in ana form, stopping 1 lie
Tigers absolutely after it was in., Lite,.
CLBVgLA Nil-DETROIT
("levlaDd. R H O A E I Del-oil. R H.O.A B.
Grsjiar, If.. 1 1 S 0 Ol Btiah, b .... n 0 1 r 0
OlSOB, as... 1 1 t 4 0! Louden. 2b. 2 1 4 3 0
.larknon. rf 0 2 S 0 0' Cohb. rf . 2 2 2 0 0
l.alol". lb. 0 n 0 ol Crawford, rf 1 3 1 0 0
Blr-ham. rf 0 I 0 0 0! Del'hnly. If 0 2 n i
O'Neill 0 . n 0 7 0 Ol Galnor lb. n a p 1 o
Tu rner. if l. 12 10 0' Morlan. 2b 1 3 1 20
Ball, 2b. .0023 0' atanage. c. I 1 S 1 0
Kahler p . 0 0 0 0 Ol Works, p. . 1 1 1 I fl
George, p 11 n n 0 ll
Krapp p.. 1 1 I 1 01
Ortigi . 0000 i)'
Butciher .0 0 0 0 0!
Totala ... 4 24 s i Totala .... 8 11 27 ll
Batted for Ball lo ninth
Batted for Krapp In ninth
Cleveland 0 o n n 0 ". 1 0 0
Detroit 35000000
Summary: Two-base hill- Crawford. Manage.
teOUftea, Moriar'y. Jark:;on Double play Ball U)
Lalole. Hlta-Orr Kahler. 6 In 1 Inning; off
George, 3 In 2-3 Inning Baisen on ball Off
Kahler, I; off Krapp. 1. off Work. I BtTUOk
out By Krapp. S. by Work". i. Sacrifice hit
Vorka, Sa rlflre fly Bush Hit by pl'cbei By
George. Galnoi Time of gme-l :.". Aiirnd
anco 2429. I'mpliea-Plneen and Sheildon.
By International News Service.
CHICAGO. June IR. John Powell al
lowed the White Sn but live hits to
day and defeHte'l them. 4 to .'!. In the
flox's half 01 1)10 ninth ZeTdei' lew off
with a triple when one was needed I" ti
The additional hit needed, however failed
to materialize. IdTogrldge ftartr.l for the
S-i mid the Browns pounded him for fnur
riina in the fourth and fifth, Peteis re
lieved him and Lange in turn succeeded
Peters.
ST. I.OCIS-C11K AGO
st. boats, n h o a k .1 OhlOsao. n n o a TT
tttan. rt 1 1 1 0 1 Rath, lb.... 1 0 1 B
( "inp'on. rf 0 I I 0 01 Loid lb.... 0 1 0 1 n
siovaii. lb I l I I 0 Csllahaa, lr 0 n n o 0
Piaif, 2b ... 2 3 0 2 n1 Colllna. rf . . 0 1 a. n 0
Hogan. If o 1 1 0 01 liodle, ,f. n n o
Austin, lb. 0 0 1 t ll .elder, lb. .. 0 I 0 0 0
Wallace, aa 1 1 S 1 II Weaver nj , 1 4 g n
Bteplieoa. c 0 J 7 I Ol Kuhn c. .. 0177 11
Poeell. p . 0 n 7 n nl Hog idge. pi 0 0 n 0
I Peter, p n n (1 n 0
I t-anire. p n ft n ft 0
I Mat'h ka .. 0 o o n n
I Ml Intyre . ft 0 ft n o
I "Hlork Oftooo
Total 4 1127 lj Totala ... 3 !. 27 11 1
Batted fo, Mogrldaa Is I (lb
Baited for Peter In aevemh.
Batted for Kuhn In nlnlh.
81 l-oula 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 4
Chicago 0 0 2 0 0 0 .1 n n :j
tlMBBISrf Three-baae hlta Stephena. Zeiri,.
Two-baae hlta Val lare. Piatt, tttyberta. Waarai
Hlta Off MoRrldge. S In b Inninga: off FatOfS, I
In 2 Inning. Banea on balle-Off Mogridge. 7:
off feier. ?.. or Lange. I; off PoweP 9 ucfc
oul ny Mogridge. 1; by I.ange. 1: h Foarsll 4
Bsertflca blta Oallaban. Uoinlra Left on hiaaa
Bl. Mull. U; Chicago. 1. Time of rpffrt ttW
I'mplres Connolly nr.') 11''.
Sumnier Wins Belt
Sprtl cthl to The Tribune
LONDON, June !7 lobJUl Stinime- difoa'ed
Arthu- Eierndon at the National Spoiling club
onlght foi the walterwetsbt rhamplonahlp of
V2ng1and end lird Inadale'a kelt The fiz
a atopped In th thirteenth ound. Summr
outriaael P.verndnn throughout and waa de-la-e,i
the winner.
Standing of the Clubs
UNION ASSOCIATION.
Won. Toet. PC.
ssoula 35 16 .700
Salt Lake 34 Hi .680
Great Falls J3 1 1 .604
Helena 1! 82 .373
Butte 20 34 .."70
Ogden 16 36 .234
NATIONAL LEAGTJE-
Won. Lost. p,C
N'ew Tork 38 11 ,776
Pittsburg 28 21 .R71
Chicago 27 21 563
Cincinnati 30 25 ..4;.
Philadelphia 20 26 Ml
St Louis 23 33 411
Brooklyn IS 30 .375
Boston 18 86 .333
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Won. Lost. PC.
Boston 35 ID 64R
Washington 34 21 .filR
Chicago 83 24 .679
Philadelphia 2 22 ,660
Detroit. . . 27 30 .474
Cleveland 23 .442
New Fork 17 31 .354
St. Louis 16 37 .302
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Won. Lost. PC.
Columbus 11 21 .672
Toledo 40 21 .656
Minneapolis 3S ,623
Kansas City 22 "1 .512
St. Paul 25 897
Milwaukee 25 3R 397
Indianapolis 24 38 .3R7
Louisville ..21 38 .356
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE.
Won. Lost. P.C.
Seattlo . , 33 29 .526
TaVCOni 31 T9 .517
Vancouver 31 31 .500
Victoria 30 80 .500
Spokane 27 ?! ,48S
Portland 2R 31 . ;75
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE.
Won. T.o,t. pi'.
Rochester 32 is r,40
Buffalo ?5 20 .r.jfi
Baltimore . ?R 24 . :,.3R
Jersey City C? '.'6 .519
Newark SO Fo
Toronto "2 26 . 45R
Montreal .23 28 .451
Providence 18 37 .160
WESTERN LEAGUE
Won. Lost. PC
St. Jof-eph .35 21 .621
Omaha 20 '.'.'i . 537
Klou.v CHv 2R 26 .519
Denver 81 27 .534
Wichita 2R 29 191
Des Moines 27 27 .500
Topeka. 21 31 .404
Lincoln ..." 19 32 .373
MILE M SECONDS
IS ill By PECK
Motorcyclist Goes at Rate oi
90 Miles an Hour Din
ing" Practice.
With hie motor "wide open" and the
machine eating up snin-e, Peck, one of the,
crack factory riders at the Wandamere
motordrome, rode a mile In less than
forty seconds during practice al the pde
pan Tue3la evening.
Onlj (he two men. hoth trainers, who
held the watches on Peck, know nixi how
much under fmU he I11 Hie miN-. but
that it 1VHH :t .second or i wo faster tlian
:inv other mile ever ridden at the motor
drome was the assertion of both timers
f'onrilllons and sltuatloni In the motor
ruclii),' slime me constantb Bhlftlne and
readjusting themeelves and put of tin
three days of practice the motordrome
riders have had ilnce tbe last meet there
has come a new factor that is likely t..
prove Important In the hie card of nine
events which will make up the programme
at the Wand am ere irnek tomorrow night.
The struggle between Ward and Whit
tler has become so bitter end strenuous
that Peek and Brodbcck, who ride mo
lots of the s-ftme power and speed as do
the first-named riders, .-ie hesrlnnint; to
gel hack Into the SJUbdOWS, This Is ei
denllv Li neither man's llkinfr. for hoiri
are rwCOgniced SJ dancer. )iis Opponents In
n fa;-1 ruotor race. Brodbcck and Peek
btave been working 'ike Trojans prepar
ing for tomorrow night's events, In which
tlx-" wlH compete Bgalnsl each other and
against Ward ami Whittler. Tuesday
night ten motors were teniing holaja lii
;he ether al the piepan, warnung up fori
Thursday's races, and DOW that Die men
know whom Ihey must mesl In the vnrl-
otis events they are working hinder than
ever.
Helper Gun Club Score,?
Spe-lal ' o The Tribune
HKI.PLB. June 17 Fftl lo, 1 ng n tbe arore
made by the member of the Helper Gun cuh
Smith II VI 16
Uala U XI 4" J7
Fry .. 30 10 10
Leudo 37 ll J7 U
Mataon II 30 17
O'Oonnell .31 81 IS
There WSS atrong wind The range wn ;o
yarda.
Free band concert. Salt Palace, after
nooni and evenings
Matt- Weakens While
Camnitz Keeps Up
Pace Entire Route.
By International News Service,
NEW fORK, June 18. Canmitx and
Mathowson engaged In a spirited
pitching duel In today's game, the
New York twirier weakening In
the seventh, while the Plttsburger
held on for the full nine innings, allow
in? but. seven hits. The Pirates won. 7
to 2. After four tallies had been scored
off Mathewson In the seventh and eighth
Innings he was relieved hy Crandall,
whom the Pirates hit us freely as they
did Mathewson. CamnltZ struck out
eight men Pittsburg's Inflelders came
near playing the pame by themselves.
PrTTSDl'RG --XF.W YORK.
Fltlaburg R.H.O (V.B.I N York R II O . A . Z
Byrne. 3h... 0 0 3 0 P'Or.-oie If.,, 0 0 1 0 J
Carey, ir... 1 1 2 n il Merkto, lb . " 1 ft ft 0
Hyatt, if . I 1 0 0 0 Doyle. 2b. 0 0 h 0 :
Wagner n. 1 n n 0' Bnodcra, lb 0 0 7 0 0
MlllOT lh 1 .' 7 0 r. Murr.iy, if . o 0 : 1 ft
WllaOO, of. ! 3 4 0 01 Becker, rf. .. 0 0 4 o 0
McCarly, lb J I 7 4 01 lleroc. lb. I 3 0 7
Glbaon, e ... 0 0 2 1 n Hoyara, e.. 0 7 1 o
Camnlta, p. 0 1 0 2 n riatebar ss. n n 7 4 o
I Bhafor, as.. 1 00 1 o
' Math foii. p il fl 0 I 0
! Crundall. p.. 0 I 0 0 n
j Uorjoxinb k. 0 I 0 0 0
Total . .. 7 I'.' 27 7 II Toial ,,.'.' 7 27 m I)
Batted for Melhewann in eighth.
BammarTi Tbroa-baae hit Wllaon Two-baae
hits-Wagner, Uer?pg. Baser on halt. -Off Math
ewcoti. 1; oil i-aninilr. 3 SirurU out Rv fathew
on, t: by Camnitz. 8. Sacrifice hits Wilson.
McCarthy. Mil br pltrher--Rv CaQDltl, Devorc
Left on buoa Plttaburf 11: sw York, l. Time
of ;.ni,r i:40. Mtandanea 14,000 Umplroa Rig
tor a','1 Flnnaran.
Chicago, 'J; Philadelphia, 1.
By International New- Service.
PHILADELPHIA. June ls.The Cubs I
WOund up ther eastrin flip t 1 1 1, an
other victory over the Phillies. ! t' i
This cave them h record of eight wins
and tour isses in thoo part-. Br en nan
held- the Cube to four nits and didn't
deserve to be scored on more than once
mnfied o haii iv, Cravath save Chi
cago one of the tallies Cheney was In
great form and was given perfect sup-
poi I .
' Til' AGO run IDBLPH v
Chicago. R H O A.y.1 Phlla R H O A E
Bhaok'rd Ift) 0 1 0 Ol ra-kerl. rf. . ft 1 goo
i-,huiie, rr ft t o n oj cravath if 0 i i o i
'l inker. :, Hi 0 Mge. If ll 0 ft n
Zlm'raj), "h o o i 3 ol Ladarua. ib 0 0 13 1 0
lesacb, if .1 1 1 o OjKnaba, ft o 1 n
Baler, u . p 1 13 0 01 Dowaor, ?s 1 1 1 " o
Er... 2b. ft I 1 5 0 Dooun. H 0 ft ft ;, 1
Arrher. r I ft i 4 ft1 TKu ft ft ft ft ft
( bene-, p fl 0 n n ill Klltttor, C 0)400
1 "Graham ft ft ft n ft i
I Brennao. p . o I 0 S o
I Rrnwne n ft fl o ft
'I o' e I " 4 27 IS ft' Totall .. I 4) 17 IS I
Tttua batted for Poolan in ninth.
"Orahnm batted for RllllfOT In ninth
Browne balled for Bienn.ni In niniv.
Chlcugo ft ft o ft ) n ft .3
Philadelphia n ) p o 0 o o o o I
Summary: Two-baie hit .-irr Stolen baaea
Sherkaid. Magee Doobla play Arobai lo Tinker 1
to Zimmerman lo Brora. Raaee on Kill Off
Cheney. 6. off Rrennan. '' Riru.-k o.n B Bier,,
nun. 3: b; Cheney, fi. S( rlfr0 bli: ftrhulte
Tinker. Cheney, Cra-.ath. Ooaney. Wild pllrhe
Cheney Hit by pltoher -Archer Time of E.im.-
1 I'mplrr a Ka-.on nd Jolnn-ton
Boston. 1, Cincinnati, 3.
By International News Bervlce,
BOSTON, June 18. Boston defeated I
thr- Cincinnati iteiis today, i to 3. Tyler
was in rare lorni and gae bill six hits
and there he managed to keep well
scat tc red
CINCINNATI -BOSTON.
ClS'astl, R.H.O A K.i Boaton. R.ft.O A B I
B, )iei. If 1 1 I fl fl i; MeVd. 2b 0 0 n 1 'ft 1
Balev rf .0 0 2 0 Olfam'hell of 1 I 100'
M'an- lh, If I 2 fi 1 Ol SweenoT "b 1 '' 4 i 0
mil hiii. if o o o ol Klrke, rf. .. o h n il
1"gan 2b . 1 0 2 IMarkaon. If ft ft ft
Pualaa 2b. o i i 2 ol Houaer ib. . 0 1 1 a I
0 M.-D'd. at n ft 1 1 01 0'Roarka, aa 0 I 1 f 11
Clarke, r . .. n o ) i ft rtai Idan. I 1 - io a '
Hetilon. i . n n 1 0 fl! Tvr. p 1 2 n s 1
lOranl . ... n 0 0 0 01
8cetoid Ib 0 (I I fl (i,
Ml I.ean ft ft ft ft ft
To'elf . :t 0 24 7 I' T01.1I.. . I y ;; ,:
:Ran for Balen in eighth.
Italie.l for Ml Donald In dIoUl
Cln Innatl , ID 1 0 I 'l 0 0 -
oalon n 0 .1 0 i n . J
Siimmai.v: TbW-bSSa hll-.MIl, ,e II Two-ba-e !
;' . " ' !"' Ml bell. Phela,,. stolen baaea- !
nea.-l.ei .lark .on. Sweeney pouble pluv- J
O Bourka to Swveaey lo Hoiiser; Hgo;. to MeDon
Sid to Soverold. Baeee on hall Off Tyler "
.rr Hetiion. : Stm- K out-By- Ivler In ' iTv i '
Rento,. J . .. Md ballr-C,ke fj), t'mpiVe
Klein and Ruah "ipire 1
Brooklyn, 9; St. Louis. ;
By International News Sen
BROOKLYN, June 18. Brooklyn took I '
the nun1 game of iho series today from
st lyouis, to 6, tin.. ugh good slick 1 1
work. Steele .-t.n te.l r-.i the i 'atdlfia K i
hut was relieved by Dale in the arat : 1
r 1
Northwestern League
PORTLAND Or I una '. -.-.orr
Portland '
Taroma 2 I
Battene. Dot; :ni Harrl' Go-doo and Cril.
lende:.. La Longe r"
SEATTLE. Waih . Inn 14. QiQraji
Spokane " " E
Seattle I J
aod,w".nnV''"Uf4"- U""' '
VANCOtlVKR. R C . lne ! . ,0re:
VJetort. J-
VanentiTer , '
Battarlaa bfarraaon ant Qrisdia':' ' batwala Md
BUHE BEATS HELENA
By 12 TO 4 SCORE
Vinegar Dick" Mears Pilches
for Irby, but Opponents
Rap Out 10 Hits.
BUTTE. Mont., June 18. Brilliant field
ing and hunching of hits by Butte, cou
pled with Helena s errors, gave Butte to
day's game. Dell was accorded almost
perfect supper'
BUTTE.
A R. R. T-T P ) A . E
Slovall, rf S 1 1 I 0 0
Docketader, if 4 i i 3 0 0
Lew ks 4 1 i 2 3 0
Kafora. e 5 1 I 7 1 0
McCaffertv lb 0 0 0 1 Q 0
Whaling, lb 3 I fi o o
Moorehead, cf 8 8 I 4 0 0
McNamaro, 3b 8 2 I 8 i i
Jackson, 2b 4 2 3 1 1 0
Dell, p. 1 0 0 0 2 o
Total 82 12 10 27 8 1
FOJLENA
A P. R. H P O. A E.
Menses, 8h 4 o o 1 r. 0
QuisMev. ::h 4 2 3 3 r. o
ECllfllay, if 3 114 0-:
Sadofsky, ss 4 o o n n 2
Lussi. lb 4 l l 13 1 n
Sullivan, rf 2 n ft 0 ft ft
Thompson If 4 0 i n n 11
Baker, c ..4 n I 3 2 0
Mears, p 3 ft ft 0 " 0
Total 33 4 7 21 13 4
B)itf 3 0 4 0 2 0 0 3 12
Helena 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3
Summary: Left on bases Butte, ':
Helena. 1 Stolen buses -Whaling. Moore
hend, Qtlfglay. Levy. Sacrifice hits-
Docketader, Deii 2 Whaling. Bacilflce
fly Sullivan. Two-base hits Levy, Lus
si. Three-base, hit Thompson. Double
play Dell lo Lew to Whaling Run';
batted in Bv Whailngi 2; by McNamara,
1 : by Jackson. " by Moorehead. I; hy
Luss'l, 1 : bv Thompson. 1 ; by Dodrjrtader,
f. Struck out -By Dell. I; bv Tvfeprw, ?..
Rases on halls Off Dell. I : off M"alP, 8.
Wild ptteh- Dell. Passed ball -Kafora
Time of game 1:80. Umpire Hurlburt.
International League
At Newark: Flrat ittnii P H. K
BuBalo 0 S o
Newark 2 7 0
Beeond game R H E
Buffalo 3 13 .1
Newark 1 7 3
At Pro-. idnre Flret g.nne rt M I'
Montreal .... 4 4 4
Providence 8 14 0
Bacond ;m- r. h r.
Montreal .. . 7 8 3
Frovidenre R 3 )
At Jeraev City First game R li K
Torooto io u i
Jersey Flty 4 d i
Bacond game' R H Q
Toronto 17 -ji n
Jerav clly 2 7 I
At Baltimore. First game rt. H r.
Rn. heeler 7
Baltimore g Q j
ferond game P 11 -:
Roebeter g 7
Baltimore ; 7 4
Yaln Defeats H.trvnrd.
NBW HAVKN. Conn . June 18. After hauling
Mr three hetirr on Vale fleld today Yule triumphed
nirr 'Harvard. 0 to 6, In the Aral game of the
r.erlee. Srore b II B.
Vale 4 I 0 0 0 0 'J 3 9 2
Harvard i I I i I ;i t) 0 4
P.atterlee E. Brown. HartWOll, Sherman, c
Brown. Bcotl and Butdetto: Toniee, Hatdv' and
Reeea tlmplrOO OtagOfd and AdAIBJ
pail ..I (lie llfth, when the locale also
changed pitchers. Uagee, who struck
yesterday because the Bl LouJi rhjan
age men) wouldn't give him a 1800 ral::e
in talaiy. returned to the name today.
ST l.ovis BROOKlaYH.
B1 Loula. R u ii v Hiookivn. n il fi a i;
Hugg.nr. 2h 1 1 3 1 1 1 Moron, if.. 0 ' 0 fl i.
Magee. If I 0 n , ,,, .;l .
Mowroy. lb. 0 0 ll J Smith. 3h 0 0-30
Ktmot'y. ib i 0 It n ol Dan ben lb. 1 4 t t 0
Evana. .-f. n :! n u ., WhSSl If... I I I l n
W.Bmlth. at i I 1 .: 0 Daly, rl .. 1 1 0 1
Oaken. .' 1'IM I Toolev. ag ). n ' s "
Bill, r.. . 0 0 6 ol Miller, c 2 2 r. 4 ri
S'eeie. p (i .. ii ii, Allan p. . 110 11
Onle. p 0 J D 0 0 Rui kor, p o o ft o o
Bresnaban 0 l 0 0 0 Northern .ii 1 ii p r,
T.ila!': : 8 21 i;. .- Tr.ml.i . .. -.1 3 :1 17 4
Bailed for li,,,,, niu,,
:.! for Allen In fifth.
H laOUlS 0 0 n n - () o fi
ilrooklyn I .': n i j n n p
Summery: Two-baae hlUr Daubart, Kvam. Hah
Miller, Allen. .Motan. Oakce Stolen hiaaa
dowroy, Cut.iliaw. Paubcrt. ToOley, Uouhle pulrs
rooloy io Daubert: iiugginn lo Kooatcby; Hlllei
; i u aaw; Rnokor to Ontabaw to rjeubarl
riaee ,, t,ttlk r)ff Steele. ;; off Dale e
Mien. .. Stnirk nut-By Dale. 2; by Allen J
.a. riflre hit -Alien, i.ett r, l aaaa Brooklyn. 7
K. l.oul. 6. Time of game- nj. Umnlraa
frannaa sad Emaiie
OGOEllffl
1 REAL Hl
kni.-hi Pu:hes Fine
but Great Falls H
Lit
- Mont.. J'aifl?''
favored Greai 1113 In lh.
lest v.i '.'JJMB
close game, in wh,- !htrB.
in sUrioV9'
.'.Sic'
oruin sK?r
was In 'ho ho for Ogden igK
I " ' 1 i ' :; w--: In liird :'4
1 iC1
........ 4 : tnr.
.-VhimpfT. 3b ,i tg-Ht
v'ocd. .1 1 Br ri
Murray, ... 4 1 Kl
Srrtppe, r i i) IHhsi
Knight, p 1 1 j Mil U
Marshal n 0 I Hilrf
'I'.: Id' sen 1 I) i''
Totals 31 ( 71
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Fnve. 2b 4 r. kka'-c
i bhson. rf I ! g
Shannon, c 4 " 9n
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Sp.-nc, c:prf. WriMiriifj
S.-" 1"- o fl.' Van stolen MSMmj
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