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14 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, JU 20, 1912. L
Jeff Wanted to Be the Samuel Gompers of the Navy 7. 7. By "BuFJ"111
-THS SWLBfcj lNt A UNION ftND 1 'gp NEViee. THOUGHT 'OP o.i. CM.C60 rAUTINV Ntt fctS'
i feH rngT STJ r
I "
MEADOW IS WINNER
IT C0EUB DUE
Famous Old Thoroughbred,
Cleverly Ridden, Takes Fea-
i
ture Event at Alan.
BRAVE WINS AT LATON1A
Long- Shot Goes Over at Mill
dale Course, Surprising All
the Talent.
ALAN. Idaho, June 19. Cleverly rid
den bv Gross, Meadow won the Kootenai
county handicap a one mile, ihe fea
ture of today's card al Alan. In clever
fashion from Lochlel and Mycenae in the
fasi lime of :M S-n Gross rated hi
mare perfectly and she can over ner field
In the last furlong Summary:
Weather fair; :rnrV fat Reeults
I i race tlx furlong Boa. 10T iTapI'.nl
4 to , won. Sam Burner. 105 (J. MefiHyiel
m : second; AonUn jo (Morse). ' to i.
third Tim. 1.15 1-5. Hope So. IMMU. -S-f
, t-ronc: t.onl ,.' Hie Poreet, Thltulo Ro?e.
1 J Pshlgien and Clhal Wl k flvlahed as H"i""l-
t Second r', six furlongs Canap. HI (Tay-
I hyr) -1 In 1. on. ITfrun 1M I Burllngemei, 2"
, 1 in i ..irond. 0(jiia. ml iKederisi. to .
i Tim, IU4 I -V ilsvtld B. Mlsa Korn.
,--y Cnrlni Tom Murphy, Black Sheep. South
J b Cl4 acd BUCU F. Uo ran.
Third rs.-e Miners purse, flv, furlongs Pan-
mrata, !f'" (Garter), " to won; omnia, no
iKkIh-1; ?' m 1. itrond: Vested Rights. 10";
,r,-Mn ronnlel !n betting ulth Panrsreta. third.
rir. i 'M :-; Eeneteli, Far Cathav, km ni
t" ! oit and neytrtMf Bntehed n named
I FoUTpl ra-e, Kooteral county handicap, onr
: mile- Meadow, HI fGroeal. - to R. won- Locale,
IM (Taptlu), o l. second. fcjyoenae. M tRe
J . m), 90 'o I, 'hlrd. Time. 1 :.?D -T-5. Rota
nd Jaek Paine finished aa named. i
, Fifth rare, mile and a sixteenth Sake, 111
lV UtOOney), I to I. won; Eddie Granoy. Ill (For-
r art ha), i: to h, nerond: A"1ildden. '01 iFraoh)
1 1 II !0 h, th;rd. Time ) H MlM Plcnl . HU-
' teraa and FpoMoore flnlebed aa named.
( Slilh raee. Proepertora' imrae. five nnd half
i hi '.iar Rre Queen. 101 (Kaderfa), II to '.
. won: .11m Barev. 114 (Oroaai. S to ;". aerond.
I I Pride of Mamnre. 115 (R'.ddlei. 1 1 to third
Time, I 04 .1-5 Dadij Oyp and Flyms lolf
1 f.r . ne -1 ar named
Coeur d'Alenc Entries.
j i Br Interoatlnnal Sif Service.
j . ALAN,, Ida . June 19. To:iinr-o a Cour d'Aleoe
tJ. mtTiea.
i ' Indei. Wt.! Index Wt
i , :'irl Rn.e Four ai.d a half f v.r lo:iaT. limit
i tW Tildy Wolffanh .:ofli mo Ruwclla . . 104
..'. Little Bl-de .100' I9 Debutante 104
mm .47 RnnlorU 105! S? Elmer L . Jr l
T ; .""0 Mo Roae 101 Red W idow S9
I S-oml Ra'.e Five fuileia;!', sel 1 1 nr.
; 2f(4 fllr Barry Mil IW4 Annie Welle .. ill
I:! EMI Itel El Tovar .. .I1J; 9713! Sallle (VDa .. Ill
- . W7 .1. h Sheeban . nS1 :eii4 Plt;anlnnv .. .. in
i ItfJ i hn:irlor 111. iSS.T Ljte Knight Kit
.-7f.o canapa . . ... 111! I'Ks.'". Selnett 10".
J r'li Elm Hamilton . 111 :7.a Wadnwonh I!. . i0"
Third Race Five and a half fti'longe. aelllng.
I :04l Dahlgren 1 1 1 Lady Tondi ... hi
ix-'i Ren Rreenlear :1 Rubl-'on II ... Ur-
Wi 1717 Roberta . .... 1091 3rto Nello it.
;Ij No Quarter .. . I0. Narfl 97
's ''7 Tan-er.ger V'. J037 Mlmorlnao t
PPHB On Marrhmor.t loll 3017 lurh Oray i
lil i ''i Rare-?T furloi.gi. purre.
H M Or. DouKheur . . . I Mi 21)0 Delauer Ill
if; toSt King Elk .114! MM Kootenay .. in
m I0M 8eneca ?i ... Ill BnereJd lala let
:''7 Rtghteay . . . 10P
BdTll entry
mo!, Raie Seven fu:loiii. telling
" Rlondy 101! 2Si2 Gretcben a 107
tMI Don En.lque ...100; ZM9 no x in
1010 Mad Mng,-ave. ,07 ?:-'.o r(ni Tucker 104
rig) RarltUD Meld . ''7 MM Merman !0
'-1 7 Tt. . kenham . l)7' TOIO. Bonnie Bard . ...lot
ttSS "la-r Randolph lu7 MAS Luilla Allen ....loo
iji 1 Pa' One mile riollina.
MM Nar.nle MtDee .107' Manaeaeh 10;
LtetH Sawyer . 10V :s$g Baby Doll . ... 10;
KM Error . 10 3009 iMeepland 100
r9'-. Pui '1 I 'onrage ..IMl
(Continued on Following Page.)
Track Meet Challenge.
I , Spet ii! to The 'J'riliune.
BRiGHAM ClTT, June 19. Athletac
f Beaver l'am have challenged the
neldinp athlete for track meet. The
. , entR In wlticli they -rtant to compete
:.re: L00yard dash. .".'0-vard dasli, 440
ard daah, 88-yatd run. mile run, bur
put, hammer th row i . -ig
Jump pole nuit. half-mile ieia'.
Corliss -Coon
Made Collars
5ecTv N tmliO ITVWI fr
HANN0N3
Marquard Wins World's Record;
Washington Loses After Winning 1 7
Giants9 Pitcher Wins
One More Than
Chesbro and Big
Ed Reulbach.
Ry Internal loital News Bervlce,
BOSTON, June 19. -Rtihe attarquard,
the tall .-oiitlipaw of the NTew York
umiin, tonight liolds the world's
,,rri for uoceealve pitching vic-
rmip.o, iho dr-icat ol Boston by the
Giants lorlay imttlnic the ftrinsr of con
tests MarQUard has won at fifteen one
more than the record previously held by
Cheflbro and Renlhnch. The coveted honor
came to Rube after pitching only two
Innings Of today's game, which went to
tlie QianLs by a score of 6 to 5.
in these two innings he allowed but
i 'lie hit and It did no damage. After
Boston had lied the score In Ihe eighth,
Ames wa? taken out by McGraw when
two were out and Marquard was sent in
Miller, who came to bat for O'Rourke
hit a fly ii Murray and that ended the
eighth.
Devlin, at ihe opciiinc r.f ihe ninth,
went to short In place 01 O'Rourke. With
everybody on ih h toes, Hess quickly
disposed of the New forks arid Boston
was again at bat, only W be retired in
short order. Rarlden hit one of Mar-
qaard's twisters for a pop fly; Hess, the
next man up. Struck out and McDonald
sent tip a fly Rube had stopped the hit
tine In the tenth, Murray died. Becker
smulr-d and HerSOg followed with triple
to the fence sending Becker across with
the winning run Meyers (lied to Klrke,
"ho made r beautiful throw doubling up
Herxog ji the plate. Campbell! the fust
man up for Boston In the last hair of
the tenth, struck out. Mas Sweeney,
however, hit for a three-bagger, hut it
St:-'!; useless, a'- Klrke lifted a pop fly
and fa'kson fanned.
NEW YORK UOSTO.V
N. Tork R.H.O.A'.K ' Boston. F. H.O A D.
Snoilgi1-. ef l 1 0 01 MoD'I'd. Sh 1 2 1 2 0
Doyta 2b.. 2 I 2.r. 0 Cam-bell. -.f I 1 2 o 0
Merkle, lb. o i 10 o ol Sweeue 2b 0 2 4 2 0
ay, if. o i 4 o H Klrke rf ... 0 1 0
ki if L'l'iio Jsekios, If . i o 4 o o
Herzoa 31 0 I 0 o Houei. lb., o l i l o
.: . 0 0 10 1 II 0 RourKe. e 0 0 11 J 0
Fletcher, la 0 1 S 1 Ol Devlin, as . 0 o n n o
Ame. ) 0 0 0 i )l Ruildan. e.. 3 I I 0
Marqu'rd. p " " ' Heji p . T 1 1 I 0
I 'Milter o o o o
Tolal . r. !. ;0 '6 2' Totals .... & 10 30 IS 0
batted tot O'Rourke In eighth.
New Yoik 0 n n o 2 0 0 1 I
Boeton i) 0 0 0 0 2 2 I 0 0 f
I Bom miry : Thieehaae iilta -Fletrhei . Snodemas.
Meiklc. Hess. Ileiog. Sweeae Two base tllls
I Beekei .Meenei. KI '; Stolen baea M Donald
' OUT. Jai keon. Double ploy Kulte lo Rarldan.
I Be-.. on hulls Oft nie. I. off Hess. 5. Struck
, OQt By Anie. 6: by Marqua-d. S. by Iej
j Hit by pitcher Bi Atnaa, O'Bourka Time ,r
I game f v Aireudan, e ;i0ii. I mplrea -Breiiuan
and Bvslle.
Brooklyn, 5; Philadelphia, 2.
B Interna t ional News Service.
BROOKLYN. June i;i. Aflar taking
tour straighl from the f'ardlnals: the
Brooklyns continued their winning streak
t bj defeating the Phillies today, s to 'j.
.Curtis wis hit lurd and -lis team mates
gave him (. t support Kfietcer was in
1 vincible except in one Inning,
j r.'Ilt.VDKLPHlA-BROOKl.VS
I Pima p. ii 0 a f: Brooklyn, r n o a f..
j PaaUert. ef. 1 1 J u 0 Mo: an. cf . . . 0 I 3 1 0
Knabe. 3b . 1 0 3 1 1 CatsnaW, 2b 1 2 3 3 0
fravath. rf 0 S 1 0 0 Btnith, 2h 1 1 12 0
' Mngc. If . I 2-0 Ol Dauber.. 3b. 1 1 Id u n
' Luderua. lb o l A t Wheal. If . 0 Z 1 0 0
j Dot n, ni o i i o 1 1 Daly, rf 2 2 0 0 o
t'ooian. aa.. 0 ) 3 4 0 Toole) . o i o t p
I Killlfer. c. 0 0 4 2 2 Til;...: 0... rt 0 a 3 0
: C'urtts, p . 0 0 4 ii Knetjer. p. . 0 1 0 l u
! Tltua 0 0 o 0 0!
I Totals 2 7 34 U !' Totala ... g 11 ? 15 0
! 'Bu'ted for Killlfer In ninth!
j Philadelphia o 0000200 03
BiooMju U i" 1 0 1 0 0 1 A
1 Snmmai.r Hume run Dal Three-base hlla
I'M?'. rouble play-Toole lo Tutahaw
,-to Daube-t Ba'ie, on balla Off Kne;:ir. 3; off
Curtis. 1 Smirk out Bj Knetzai. r.: by Cur
Ita, ". Baorlflee bite Smlih. Toole. Mlltai
till er B Curtll Miller, l.eft on baaea
- Philadelphia, C: Brooklyn, t. Time of game
I i' Atteedanae SM0. t'mplree Kaaon an'! John
stone.
Pittsburg, 8; St. Louis, I.
B Ititt-ruaiional News Service.
j PITTSBURG, June 19. PlttAburg and
t. I.ouls mopped off this afternoon on
the wny v.eat and played an Interesting
Kiime. Ihe Pirates Winning X ;o I. Robin
mo;) had the visitors at his ruercv and
gnc them hut three hits, Konetchv get-
iiiir tw.i oi them, one a borne run. Rii-
iiiaoii fanned nine of the Cardinals
Wood bum, the St. lxiuls t wirier, who
started the same. t..re a Ugament In hi
pltchlm: arm and will be out r,f t'je Raine
rei .-. week or so. Both teams left m.
ins 1: t for the west.
PtTT.Bl RO-ST. LOUIS.
PlUatnira. r. H 0 A.I sTToT R.H.O.A C
Brre Jb 12 0 10 Jloggm, 2o o i J o
rare, if. 2 I n r. Mage, if . o n I a a
Hyatl rf 7 1 : n o Haneer n ft i 4 n
Wagner, aa. I 2 0 4 1 Kone'rT lb i - 10 0 n
Mlile, i, i i t ft i Bvans rr ... o o i n ft
Wn. ef. e t j o ai Kmlth. .1h. ft ft n n
Mctnrly, vh o 0 3 3 o OaUes. f . n n i ft
c.ib.oi. r ft ft 1ft 1 ft Wjngo r n ft f, y
roMnaoa. p I S 2 ft Wecek'na, p 0 n )
I Willi,, p 0 ft ft 1 ft
I Hale. p. ft ft ft 9 ft
Tola Is . 8 10 27 11 )' Toial . 1 J ;i ,
. H Lessa a ! 'i ft ft ft a oi
rtUStwrg I o 4 a n
I Pumtran llom i nn Konei-h Th-ee h,,,
v. Wllaon Two hue hit Brme
Miller. Rtelen ne S agne- ii Donble nini
llavjkei o l.jggms "i Konei.hy. on balls-
n" Robinson i a Waodbwre gg w,n
O nsle Sl.iirk r.r R noblnr,,, '.
i Woutpurn b im.. j. t, taie i arii hr
rW.hB- wmls. i: b; Rbtnww.'t it, ,.
I itaboss - - lxuU. Tm,, of game I
j ' ' ' i'ir n l. ri, . Ir,t r.,
Standing of the Clubs
XTNION ASSOCIATION.
Won. LeOSt, P.C
Salt Lake lfi .OS
Missoula 36 IS .68f,
Grear F'alls 29 20 .692
Butie 21 :u .as-'
Helena 19 33 .868
Ogden lo as .3n
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Won. LOSt. P.C
New Tork .39 11 .780
Plttshtirg 29 21
Chicago 27 l 563
Cincinnati 3d Jo .845
Philadelphia 20 2fi ,43n
St. I.ouls 23 34 .4fM
Brooklyn 19 3" .388
Boston 18 37 .827
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Won l.oat P.C
Boston 88 19 865
Washington 34 2t .896
Chicago 34 24 fiS
Philadelphia . 30 22 ft77
Detroit 27 31 .4fi
Cleveland 24 2B 45:-:
New York 17 83 .347
St. Louis 18 38 .296
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Won. Lost P I '.
Columbus 13 22 .682
Toledo 41 31 .061
Minneapolis 3S 23 .623
Kansas ClU 22 22 S'M'
St Paul 26 .481
Milwaukee 25 88 397
Indianapolis 25 39 .363
Louisville 22 19 161
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE.
Won. Lost P C
Seattle 33 29 532
Tacoma 31 30 50fi
Victoria 31 30 S08
Vancouver 31 32 4f2
Portland 29 31 483
Spokane 27 30 .471
WESTERN LEAGUE.
Won. Lost. P C
St Joseph 3o 22 .km
Omaha .30 25 .545
Sioux City . 29 2 .527
Denver 32 27 .h2
Des Moines 27 -j in
Wichita , 88 30 Is.;
Tr.pekn ........ . . '.' I 32 .396
Lincoln 20 32 3SS
COAST LEAGUE.
Won, Losl . P.C
Vernon 44 2 .611
Oakland 42 31 .575
Los Angeles 40 32 556
Sacramento 31 'P .517
Portland . 26 ::s .106
San F'lancinro BP, it
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE.
Won. i.ost. P.C
Rochester 92 20 61".
Baltimore 30 M .556
Buffalo , ,25 21 43
Jersey "hy zs 27 .509
Newark 26 2fl ..r,00
Toronto ... .23 26 ,;.
Montreal . . . 23 30 . 484
Providence 20 2 886
SKYSCRAPERS DEFEAT
HIGHBINDERS. 8 TO 5
Ragged Fielding on Both
Sides, but Ames Keeps Hits
Well Scattered.
MISSOULA. Mont.. June IlIn
most ejrelesslv played Ram ever teeri
On the local grounds. Mlssouhi wa - de
feated today by Salt Luke R to 5 v,.,,..
and Bush were hit hard, but meS man
aged to keep the safe ones falrlv
scattered. Roth teams fielded po'orlv
SALT LAKE.
AB. R U. PO. .v. .-
Spenrer. If r. j j 1 .
Bauer, cf 8 8 '2 I1 0 1
For tier, rf s n 1
Dcvereaujt, 3h 4 0 1 j (
Orr. as 3 t , fi ,
Pendleton. 2b S 0 n o.
Abbott, lb ...4 I 2 n 0
Weaver, e 3 g 5 j ,;
Ames, p 0 0 n 4 n
Totala J7 3 12 27 16 5
MISSOULA
AB. R. II. PO, K
WaiTn, rf fi 1 2 i fl I)
Pernne. 2b f, n 1 a r,
Rass. if I 0 1 1 n 0
("eiet. as 5
Carman, ih 4 1 3 s n 5
Zamlorh. lb n n n 0 1 fj
Tobln. rf 4 0 0 1 n n
Changnon, 3b 4 o o n u
Roberta, r. 4 1 q a i 0
Bush, p 4 1 l 0 I fi
Totals 40 n 10 f is d
Salt Uk 2 0 2 n 0 1 3 t o...r
MJmotjjs . 000300003.:,
Siimn'ar-' T.eft oti ba-es Rj 1 1 Lake.
7. Miaaoula, 7 Stolen i.ie Portler, 3.
Orr. Abbot;. 2: Psvrlne, Warren. Sacri
fie bite ps' r, Atnea Sacrifice (ly
re-. erejuix Two-bao hlla Warren.
Rush. Three base hit -Bauer Double
plaj p-nine to Oriel 10 Carman. 'Struck
out Rv A mea. 4: bv Rush. S R;, , .- . op
bulla ( iff Rush. 7. wild pitches Bush,
I A me Time of (tame ; hours and 3 mln
-
Baker and His Migh ty
Bat Prove Too
Much for Valiant
Senators.
By International News Service.
PHILADELPHIA, June 19. After
winning seventeen straight names,
the Washington team lost both
games of a double-header with the
Athletics today, the first 2 to I
and the second 1 to 3. Raker's lerrific
hitting broke up both the games for the
Athletics, who In both contests won In
the ilnai Inning. Coombs pitched great
hall. The fii-st mime was a pitchers' bat
tie between Coombs and Hughes It
looked like a sure Washington victory
until the ninth, when with two out. Bak
er rapped the ball over the right Held
fence for a home run. tying the score.
Washington's Ions: winning streak came
to an end In the tenth when Barry's sin
pie and Lapp s double gav e the champions
the winning run
FIRST GAME
PHILADELPHIA-WASHINGTON
Phlla R. H.O A.E.I Wash Ion. P.. 11. OA B.
Lord rf ... 0 0 1 1 01 Mueller, rf. 0 0 1 1 0
Oldrfng, ef. 0 2 2 0 0! Foster, 3b. 0 0 0 1 0
Collins, lb, 0 0 4 3 0 Milan, cf. . . 0 0 2 n 0
Buker. 3b.. 1 1 .3 2 0 Gondii, lb.. 0 0 14 0 0
StrUUk, It . 0 n 0 0! Shanks. If... 0 .1 S 0 0
Mrlnnes, lb rt 0 10 0 II Motgan. 21) 0 2 110
Barry, as.. 1 2 0 3 01 MoBrlde. as .1 1 1 3 0
Lapp. C .., 0 I 7 I n1 Henry, r. .. 0 0 A 2 0
t'oomba. p. . 0 I l o Hughes, p. . 0 1 0 r ,)
TOtaJj . 30 15 lj Totals .... 1 M.'S It
One out 'ivhen winning inn was scored.
Wushlnglon . OOOOOlOon 11
Phllndolphla 000000001 12
Blimmary Home inn Baker. Two-haeo hits
Shnoks. Hughes, Lapp Double nil" Morgan m
C.andll Rnse on balls Off Coombs, Si ,ff
BughaSi 1 Strurk out Bv Coombs, 7' bv
Hughes 4 Sacrifice hit Hoory (3). wild
pitch Hughes Led on baaea Phlladalphli 0;
Wa lilnsriou I Tune of gotlie I !J. Umpires
Bgan and O'Loughiln.
SECOND GAMK
P H 1 1 A D B L P H I A W A S II ?N G TO N
Phils R H O.A.E Wuh ton B.M O.A.B.
Lord, rf .... n o 2 0 Ol Mueller, rf. 0 0 n o
Oldilng, ef. 1 0 5 0 0' Foster.' 3b. .. 0 0 0 I h
olllns. 2b. 0 0 i n Milan, i f . .. I 1 S o rt
Bekei. lb I 1 : .1 OlOandil, Ih. 1 l c i o
Sirunk. If i I .1 n Ol Shanks. If. .. I ;: n
Mclune. 3b 0 I 8 o 01 Morgan. 2b. 0 t 1 t 0
Ban, as.. 0 1 0-9 Ol MoBrlde, . o n 2 .t 1
Thomas, e 0 0 7 0 0' Alnsnmh c. 0 ft 4 '
Bendei p.. 0 0 0 2 Ol Polly, p n 0 a 1 g
Toi al- ... i 7 :: a o1 rmain .. -i 4,.;. n r
,'Oue out arheo winning run was s,.ored.
Washington o 0 0 3 n n fl 03
Philadelphia .. o 1 0 rt o l o o i - j
Summer Threo-base hits Barry Siianl- Uan I
dll Two-base hl(-Morg:,. Bake. Baee on J
liulU Off Bender off Peltv t Btnich OUl
By Beodei. 4. by peity. 2. 9scrflee hits Strunt 1
II Sa. il0og fl.r--M, Slide Tina of gam- i
Umpires o Longhiin and Bgan
Boston, 5, New Yoik, 2.
By International News Service,
NEW YORK, June 19 The Red 3o
easily defeated the Yankee today,
-'. Bedlent allowed only Bit bits. War-
hop was touched for ten. one 'f tlieu,
I'elng a home run ! Lewis, and two
v. i re three-baggers by Speaker and I ,
Oardner.
BOSTON NEW YORE
Boston. B.B.O.A.B. N. Yoik. R H.O. A. B.I !
iioype;. rt. 0 i o o u afgJoney, rf o t i o n
iion'eon, if o o o o ft Gardner, 2b. p 0 8 i
Verkee, 2b.. 0 I 0 I Ol CPSS, If.. 0 2 4 0 n!
Sncakar. cf 0 1 2 0 0 Simmon., 'lb l 0 o
I.ewla, of. . 1 2 6 3 Ol Zlun. ef n l ft ,,
t. G'ner. Jh 2 2 Z n RTartgell, 3b 0 t i hi
Btahl, lb... 1 1 I 1 0 Slump a .. n o 1 4 n
Lugie. as... 0 o 2 i rjl Sweeney, c 0 1 4 0 1 I
t'eriigan, c. 0 I 1 ol Warhop, p. . 1 0 0 1 u (
Iiedlent. p . 1 1 j I 11
Total- 8 '0 : uj Touls . .. : rj 1:
Boston 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 j i
New York 0 0 1 1 0 0 11 0 0-2 j
Summer Hotre run Lewis. Threo-hase hits!
C. Gardner. Sweenet Stolen baits I. Gardner
-Inimotis Stahl. Double pUr stump to Gardne
0 Simiiions. Da,.,-, on bell. -Off Wailiop. I; I
ill Bodlvnt. ! Struck OUl By Warhop by I
tiedient. 4 saernoi bit Bttgle, Handrlckaen
apeaker. Hit h pitche, --By Warnop. i at
tendance 4000 (Tmpires Evans and Weaterrelt j
Chicago. 2: St. Louis, ).
'' International News Service
'jiiicAfjo, iung 19. The White so
- ied a ninth-inning victory over the St. I
!,uia Browns toduy. 2 to 1 Bodie made
u home run in Ihe sixth, t in the r,rc
and In the ninth. Ralph, who had reached
first, went to second on a wild pit, h.
ud van cod to third on Lord's bunt and
-,,jie.j when Callahan died al first Bonz
pitched air light ball for the White So
while the tWd B OWne, E. and ('.. per
formed "ii the slab fur the St. Louis
delegation
ST. LeOl 19 CHHAGO.
Si l.oule It II O.A.B i'h I , k' !t II 1 1 A K .
Sho'ten. , f i ft 1 1 0 nath 2h. . I 0 8 4 9
Cpmplon, rf 1 2 1 0 Oi Lord. 1l 0 2 0 1 0
Btorell. lb. o i ft raiiahan. if "0200
Prall. .).. rt 1 I J 0 Collie-, if. . ft I :: p A
Began, cf., o o I 1 " Bodie. cf .1 3 1 0 ni
Auetln .11. Ii rt ., n Zelder. Ih.. rt rt i: to'
allar. as ti 0 ft Weaver, as o o '
Stephens. P. 0 1 9 1 1 Kuhn. C ... o 1 a 4 ftl
K Brtnro. v o 0 o n t Rem. p. . . n n j n ,) J
C Brn n, p i, ft ii o ft
Laport ft rt ft o ,i
Toial I 21 !t Total, ; -7
Batted for T. Bron !n e'ghiji
Ft 1-outf 0 ft n a a ft ft a I l
Chicago oflftftft 1 j
Kumma' Horn rUO Hodie T: re -baas bt
Btovall Fioi-n bases Cenrpton niir, Welder
Double plu -Hogan to ftOeall; AtiiUti to Piati
bj lnvjli C'o,n to fl'osal' r,n hall-
'iff Penr . pfl v- BrOWS I: off ,- Brown 1
BtrVCl "ut -Bj Ben 7 by V. Rro-ri. 1 ir.
ifice hit Bolder, nil hi pttchei etd' wild
pltrh C B-ei-n. I.efi on baaes- Si I.o,:ia 4
1 til 141 4 Time of game 1 (ft Implr Hi-t
ani cenapily
Cleveland, 3. Detroit, 1.
P' International New StSTvii e
OETROTT. 'one fi A coopla -f wild
IRBY PITGKESWHEN"
HIS THIERS El
Helena Manager Goes in After
Butte Has Piled Up Runs
Enough to Win.
BUTTE. Mont.. June 19. Butte feil
upon Byrd with s vengeaqce today, win
ning from Helena 13 to and featuring
the (tamp with five home runs, two Of
Which were made by Mnthes. Butta used
two pitchers, McCaflerty giving way to
Maloney. Putle made tevefl errors, hut
none was costly. Heavy Bticft work won
the battle.
HELKNA.
AG. R H. PO- A. Bj
Metiers, 3h G 0 1 1 4 I
Qulgiey, 2h 4 2 0 1 3 0
Klllllav. cf 5 1 1 4 0 fl
Lusal, lb 4 I 1 0 0 0
irby rf. and p, .... E 1 I 0 " 0
Sndofsky, as 5 0 4 2 1 I
Thompson. If 5 1 0 7- 0 0
Sullivan. C B 2 2 I 2 0
IT Klllllav, p 1 0 0 0 ii Q
Bjrd: p 1 0 0 n o 0
Baker, rf 2 0 o 0 0 0
Totals 42 9 13 24 10 2
BUTTE.
AB. R. 11. PO. A K
Stoxall. rf 4 2 l 1 1 1
Dockatader, If. .... A 2 .1 .1 0 0
Levy, ss S 1 0 2 1 1
Mathes, 2b . ... . 4 4 4 3 4 3
Whaling, lb I 1 1 8 0 0
Moorehead, cf ... I 1 I ." 0 1
Kafora, c ...4 2 2 7 2 0
McNamara, .10 4 0 1 1 1 0
McCanTerty, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Maloney, p ....... 4 0 0 1 1 j
Totals 37 13 13 27 10 7
Helena 2 1 2 0 0 1 3 0 09
Butte 0 2 2 1 5 3 0 0 13
Summary; Left on basis -Helena. 8.
Butte 2. Stolen banes Qulglev Klllllav
Sacrifice By IT. Kill tin Two-base hits -Menses
Kafora. Mathes. Dockstader,
Three-base hits Ki lit la . Manges. Sto
vall. Sullivan. Home runs Mathes 2
Kafora, Moorehead, Whaling. Double
play .Maloney tO S')ialing. Runs halted
in By Kafora. 1 by McNamara. 1 : by
Badofsky, 1. by Mathes, 3. by Moorehead.
2; by Dockstader, 1; by Sullivan. I; by
Menges. 1. Innings pitched By H. Kd
Miay. t: by McCafferty. 1 1-8; by Maloney
7 2-3: by Bvrd 1 2-3: bv Iihv. 2 1-3.
Bae hlts-tjff II. Klllilav 7. ufT Md.'af
rerty, 1. off Maloney. 9; off Byrd, 5- orr!
Irby, 1 Legal at bats- Against CUillay,
19; against McCaffert 7. against Mlo
ney, against Byi'd, 11; against irby 1
Struck out Bv H". Kllll!a. 1: by McCaf
fcrty, I: h- Malonej I: by rb ) Bases
on balls- Off McCafferty. 1; 01T Malonev,
I; off Brd. 2. Wild pilches Moloney. 3.
Time of gam- 2:10 umpire Hurlburt.
Western League.
Ai Denei Denver. I; Topeka. 3
At Si. Joaeph SIouK Cfjr. S; St. .loteph 1
At Lincoln Llnooln, 6: Wichita t
At Omaha Omaha, II; Dea Uolnaa, i.
Juniors Issue Challenge.
The Sixteenth Ward Junior Athletic
chih heat the Lucky Nine baseball team
on 'he Salt Lake high school catnpUS laa
pjght by the score of in to 0. The tea-,
ture of the pame wa the hitting Of R I
Baslam and the pitching of Davie, Bai
terles for the winners - Taj Tor and
Davi- The Juniors challenge anj team I
In ihe olty whose members are under
16 years of age
seventh inning el Cleveland win from J
Oeiroit today. " to l Tlie two hits that t
followed the errors weie scratches, made
by the t'.v.i weakest hatting Naps, Bail j
and Gregg Detroit's taiiv was made
by u walk. teaj and single by Morlarity. I
Gregg walked ix men, while Wiilettj
passed but one. The seventh wai I
only Inning In which more than four men I
:a, erj Wlllett.
O-Bl 'ELAND DF.TP.OIT
i leveland S H 0 A B Dalro R.H.O.A.B. '
Graney. if . o i i o o' Buih. aa..', o n 2 3 ol
Olldn, '. . 11 11 I I Louden. 2b.. 0 0 (I
.la'kion. r.'. 0 rt I 11 0 Cobb, of., . 0 I 2 0ft
Lajole. lb.. 1 t ii " 11 Crawford, rf 0 0 ii n
Easterly. 0.1 1 I I rt. Del'h'nty l rt ft 1 ft ,.
Rlr'ham. -f 1 2 1 n 0 Galnoi. lb. . 1 0 11 I g
Turner, 2b. 0 14 1 Oj Ktiriairty, lb 11 : j
Ball. b . . , 0 1 2 rt 0 Stanage . ft 0 1 ft
U egg. p 0 I 0 1 o Wllln. p. . n o ! ,
TotaH '1 ft 27 I' Totals 1 2 ;t n i
Clevehuid 0 0 0 0 i0 0 J 0 0 2
Detroit 0 1 0 11 11 p 0 0 01
Summary Stolen baaej CObb, Qalnev, Morlan.
Olson. Srenej DrabU play Buib to Bianage!
Baee on balU-Orr Giegg. f, off Willed. 1
Struck -out Bv Gregg. 4; hy WIJtt, Baerlflca
hit Turnei t.fi on ba-e Cleveland. 7. Detroit
t. Tlui ni game I ',0 Attendance 2432 Um
pire Dineen and Sheridan.
IV mm jf
'Arrow
Xbtdi COLLAR
Easy to tie the cravat B and to I
notch on. ova buttonholes, whlck
make lynttonlnfj easy, 2 for 2do
International League
At Newark- R. B
Buffalo 0 0 0 fl 3 0 3 0 --) in 1
Newark 111 00008 - 7 II
llntlerlea MeTleue. nrorkell ;ind llnltih: Bl!
and Smith (Jmplraa Doyla and Byron
At Jersey City R. H F
Toronto 19 'r' P
Jersey City 6 M
At riovlden:e First game n. H F.
Montreal 1 1 1
ProTdenc 3 10 1
flerood game R B R
Montreal 2 ft
Providence 5 0
At Baltimore. First game
Roeheater 1 I 2
Baltimore R 7 1
8er0nd game R. H. F,
Rorhester , 11 S
Baltimore 8 (1 2
American Association
At Louisville. First game R. K. T,
Indlanapolla . . 1 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 0-7 10 ft
LoulsTllla ortflonftnin-2 7 3
R.iilerles Hlxon and Crke; Laudenntlk and
Madden l'mplr -Blerhsltor and Co,-inoll.
Serond game R. H. T..
Indlsnnpolls . .. 0000000 00 2 I
LOUIS tile 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 -3 3 1
Batteries Aabfetd and Clarke; Toney and
Sehlel L'mplrea Blerhaltar and Connolly.
At Toledo R. H. E.
Columbus 99009900 I 1 s 1
Toledo OlOOlOOO 2 7 1
Batteries McQuillan and Smith; Jamea and
Carlaeh Umpire Chill and Trw In.
At Ksnsss City R. H. K
Rt. Paul 000 0 0 114 17 14 3
Kansaa City .40000000 04 4 2
Batteries Laroy and Marshall- Altrork and
Jamea empires Hayea and Andersen.
Al Mil soke Mlnneepnlte-Mllwaukee, both
game postponed; rain.
Coast League
SAN" FRANCISCO. CaL. June 13 -Score;
R. H. F.
Oakland 5 4 1
Loa Angelea . 2 7 1
Batteries Malarkey and Milt; Slaglo and
Brooks
LOS ANOBLBS, Cal . June 19. Score:
Portland , 1 s i
Vernon I $ Q
Bat terles Knestner and Fnher. t'aison and
Brown.
3ACBAXBNTO, Cel., June 19. -3, oio;
San Francisco t 7
Sacramento 2 7 Z
Batterlea Fanning and Schmidt; ArelUne and
Cheek.
HANSON'S FORFEIT
OF SI. SO IS POSTED
Vii Hanson yesterday posted hie for
feit of $150 for weight and appearance
in his twenty-round bout with Howard
Bakfi at the alt Paiace saucer one
Week .Tom tonight, and the feature COO
tesi ai the Pottei beueflt Is not assured.
Both Baker and Hanson refrained from
hard training yesterday as both are al
read In condition and rio not wish to Kr
stale. Manager Harry Heagren nn
noun ad last night that there will be a
live-mile professional race between the
"'ai" al the oauoer s one of the pre
limlnarles to the Baker-Hanson con
test. The riders have all volunteered
their services to assist In making the
hen eh 1 .i SUCCeSS,
"Gunboat" Smith Wins
NKW YORK. Tune ID. "Gunboat"
Smith of California outfought Sailor
White of Newark in their len-round bout
tonight The CaJlfpmlan gave, awaj
twenty pounds, bul deeplle this handl
cap he knocked White to Ihe rnai foul
t lmen.
DGDEM II I
Mc( :ioskey Takes 5;on
mj Mmmie .Jachjfe
i;:hes the GsjIS
Special to The Trlbun. B 1
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rl.i. and v.ri easilv, Ii blM
whe M'vjt Salt Uilte tr. ImB"
easv f-.r tho 0r,ler, VirtmBgl H
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port was poor. StonA rJmmmWm
'tva smsTif
sifms of weak etI nc. jvtl Jesmt
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Gibson, rf .. t 'sMsil- 4
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