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BUÏÏE IS VIGTOR III I JOKE cm Nineteen Men Passed and 26 Runs Made in Drawn Out Contest. In a ça ma In which 26 run« ware «cored, £4 hit« made and 19 men passed by tha pitchers. Butte managed to make it two straight from Spokane. The game was a listless affair. After getting a lead of 13 i run« In the fourth Inning. MoCari'e men 1 through indifferent playing allowed Spo kane to pile up 10 run« In the next three Innings. Butte, however, clinched the game in the eighth by chasing two runs across the pan. The visitors made a desperate effort to come from behind in the ninth but the best they could do was to »core one run. Dickerson started the game for the local« but be was wild as a march hare and gave way to Hydom In the sixth Inning. Schorr, who started on the mound for the visitors, was also wild, giving way to I^arkln In the fourth. Score: 8 pokane— AB R H. PO. A E. Jackson, of ........ 6 2 3 3 0 0 Yard ley. If ......... 5 2 110 0 Z&mlock. 2b ..... ... 4 3 2 1 7 0 Stumpf. 8 b ........ 6 1 3 2 2 0 McGinnis, as ...... 5 3 0 1 3 0 iilgbee, rf .......... 8 1 1 0 0 0 Ija Fayette, lb ____ 3 0 3 12 0 0 Schroeder, c ....... 2 0 0 2 0 0 Schorr, p .......... 1 0 0 0 2 1 Larkin, p ..........*3 0 1 0 0 0 Marshall, c ........ 2 0 0 2 0 1 £ Totals ..........40 11 14 24 14 2 Butte— AB R H v Smith, ss .......... 4 2 2 2 4 0 Johnson, rf ........ 2 3 0 1 0 0 Hoffman, cf........ 3 2 0 0 1 0 lfcC&rl. lb ........ 4 2 1 12 1 0 HUlyard. If ........ 4 2 2 1 0 0 Roche. 3b .......... 4 1 1 6 2 0 Grant. 2b .......... 4 1 2 3 5 0 Roland, o .......... 4 1 1 6 1 0 Dickerson, p ....... 2 1 1 0 0 1 Hydom. p .......... 0 0 0 0 1 0 •Kafora ......... .1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals ..........82 15 10 27 15 1 •Batted for Dickerson in sixth Score by Innings: Spokane ...............000 045 101—11 Putte .................202 900 02x—15 Two-base hit— Stumpf. Home runs— Yard ley. HUlyard. Sacrifice hit—Hoff man. Double plays—Zamlock to McGinnis to Lafayette 2 Hit by pitched bail By L&rktn, Roland and Roche. Wild pitches —Schorr, Larkin 2 Stolen bases—Yard lev. Grant, Roland Bases on balls—off Dlrkerson 9. off Hydorn 1. off Schorr 9. Struck out—By Dickerson 6 . by Larkin 3. Hits—Off Schorr 4 in 3 1-3 innings, off Ijorkin 6 in 4 2-3 innings off Dickerson 10 In 6 innings, off Hydorn 4 in 3 Innings. I^ft on bases—Butte 5. Spokane 10. Time of game—Two hours and 30 minutes. Um pire—Cuslck. STRAND IS STAR. 8 eattle, July 12.—Strand's sensational catch In the fifth Inning was the feature of a sharp game taken by Seattle from Vancouver yesterday. Score: R. H E. Vancouver .................3 7 1 Seattle .......................5 10 2 Batteries-Barham and Cad man. East ley and T. Cunningham ELECTRICS AGAIN WIN. Great Falls. July 12—Taking advantage of the visitors' errors Great Falls made It two straight from Tacoma yesterday. Boor«: R H. E. Tacoma .....................2 9 5 Great Falls ...................t> 12 1 Batteries—Pillett and Stevens. Clark and By 1 er. BALDWIN MAKES GOOD , Portland's young catcher. Lin Baldwin, obtained from Spokane, seems to be making good as a receiver. According to the Los Angeles Times, up to the final game of the Vernon series he had thrown out something like 19 of 21 men who had tried to steal n him. In one game that week Mltse and Hunter pulled a double ■teal and Brentons throw was so low that Baldwin didn't even make n pe.g to the bases. Baldwin doesn't seem to be •Me to h t. as his average Is only 1K4. He may develop his batting with experi ence. in fact, he will have to Improve If he hopes to stick In fast company. I j j SCOTT MAY JOIN. , Should Pitcher Scott of the Chicago White Sox go into the officers' reserve training camp next month. Manager Row land will lose on« of his best pitchers who has been with the club nine years It Is Interesting to note that Pré« dent Coinlskey of the club was one of those who indorsed his application The White ik>x president has been very active. In hatpitig the United States In Its war work. C OOLER UPSTAIRS than on the side walk. Call and be con vinced. rruiri -, BOWLING BASEBALL Every Day at Z:1S Sharp BUTTE VS. SPOKANE Adniaslon 5»r. Grand Stand 73c. Box Seats $1. Tske cars 1, 2, S. 4, 5 or Soith Ms In end Second street cars to entrance of park. Hot Weather, Two-Piece SUITS at Allen & Darnell for Less Than One-Half Price. See Us Today, Allen & Darnell, 207 East Park St. TRAPSH00TERS OF STATE TO GAT HER IN A NACONDA Everything is in Readiness for the Twenty-fourth Annual Tour nament of the Montana State Sportsmen's Association. Many Experts Will Be Present to Participate. Between 55 and 60 of the state's greatest trapshots are expected to take part In the twenty-fourth annual tour nament of the Montana State Sports men's association which takes place In Anaconda beginning next Sunday and ending Wednesday. In addition to this a number of the professional experts of the country will be at the shoot, but they will not compete for the state prizes. C. H. Smith of this city, secretary of the state association, and Secretary H. H. Nell of the Anaconda Gun club have been busy for the past few weeks making arrangements for the shoot Mr. Smith for the past 24 years has been secretary of the state asso ciation. having declined this honor at each succeeding meeting but just ns regularly his friends have found some way to overcome his objections and re-elect him. Many who attend the other state shoots pronounce the Montana shoot the best from the true sport man'a standpoint of any. The spirit of fairness and good sportsmanship which prevails nt these meetings would surprise and delight followers of many other linos of sport where the contestants are inclined to seek small advantages and to quibble over technicalities if they can thereby handicap an opponent. Officers of the state association are: F7 P Mathewson. president, Toronto. Oan. ; L. F. Gemmett, vice president. Anaconda; C. H. Smith, secretary treasurer. Butte Officers of Anaconda Gun club are: F W. Peckover, president; W. W. Woehler. vice president; H. H. Nell, secretary-treasurer; L F. Gemmett, field captain; Fred Hillard, assistant field captain. Chi r«it. ( .anadian lightweight, , * night deleated the claimant to the title of Canada, Johnny O'Leary, in the final round of their 10-round go at Medicine Hat, Alberta. O'Leary took considerable punishment and the ref eree stopped the bout before the round was half over. Tait has never suf fered a defeat. The race meet at Grand Rapids, Mich , has been declared off bv the of. fu-lals. Yesterday the sheriff of the county went to tlie grounds with war rants to arrest all connected with the affair and started in to do it before .nets were placed on the day's events, Many of the host thoroughbreds in the j country were entered. A world's record extra hole match was staged yesterday In Chicago in the -tv., 11.1 Toatel, r..mnl of the western WOMEN TENNIS PLAYERS TO CLASHJ0R HONORS Following the completion of the in- ' augural and Engel cup tournaments a t j the Butte Tennis club grounds Interest now centers In the ladles' tourney whu h I- to begin July 15 The winner of this ! • vent will be awarded the women j city I championship In singles. The drawings for the ladies' city championship resulted as follows Miss I ren. a bye; Miss Crangle vs. Miss Z. ! McGovern. Mrs Hlumberg vs Miss Nickel Ml», Scho.« V» Mr, Knowles; -Miss A Willoughby vs. M:ss launbrechl; Miss Sorb, it Miss Smith Miss Kelchl, Mr *- Cu ndy; Mrs Weber vs. Miss •Ison Miss I Willoughby vs. Mrs. Und üin.l Miss Moore vs Mrs. Nigh man; Mrs Burton vs Mis» Egan, Miss Qulglev vs Mrs Brown; Miss Roscuw vs Miss S McGovern. Mrs Karsted vs Miss I.aird Miss Stevens vs. Mrs Duggan. tillie shines. T.llie Walker may not be tilling Tris Speaker s place in every department, but he Is leading the rhamplons with the stick, helng the only lied Box player In I he .S 00 class Subscribe for the Butte Daily Post. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS JHE POST FOR THF NEWS position. CEE F&EOciES IS YE Q I>A*J ' Gonna Ytu. ' U\P DONKEY, MVU* r-~7 DONKEY —-/ Roe Ul E % I iHOui&e ; j LÏ **' GocStyj V.V. KMUOSITV KLOft • -ANSNweas To YKTMDAYS ► BE BUS ' wru » SEÉ IP UE wants t' buv out Downey. Automobile .. BEB 0 S MITCUELL W.SA.Y k AMERICAN CITY .. REBUS Dover" 'NOVkl".'! L WITH ABSOLUTELY NO REFLECTION ON DAD. k! To 'NQUI&E about tub donwey — «^^7 Sale ; I To-days Automobile - REBUS fiUtSJ TUE NA.ME TUlS - ÜSSÇESemTS 5 Co5M Q «4 L PA.YÉU (Wanted:!, Ç? 'UKAT STATE CAPiToL DOES this revbesbnt? vifiQ 0 T® M*\\ e E. P. Mathewson. formerly of Ana conda, was one of the mainstays of the association anil no body of men regretted his leaving mure than this association Several Events Each Year. There are several trophies shot for each year at the annual tournaments. First Is the Individual championship cup at 50 targets. Tills cup Is held at present by t'. I*. Parsons of Straw. Mont., and is a highly-prized trophy. Next is the Man hattan Team cup given by the citizens of Manhattan. Mont. This trophy was won by Tippett and Williams of Deer lodge at the meeting there last year und has been defended successfully once since, ut Moore. Mont., June 4. The Brownlee challenge medal was won by C. !.. Parsons last >ear. Mr. Parsons lost it In a shoot at Billings in August to R A Prater. Mr. Prater lost It to E. L. Robbins Mr. Robbins lout it to T. W. Harker. Mr. Harker lost it to R. A. Pra ter. and Mr. Prater lost it to Herman Schnack of Forsyth, the holder at pres ent, and who will take ine trophy to the The Butte Rod and Gun club medal is one of the hardest lo win because the conditions prescribed practically bar all but the best all-around shots—the targets being shot front three different handicaps on the singles, followed by five pair of doubles W. A Mores is the present hold er of this trophy, having won it on the highest score ever made In this event. The Klepetko challenge medul brings out the game hunters, being given on 10 p iir of doubles. E. W. Renfro of Warm Springs won this medal at the last state shoot, defended it successfully at Moore. Mont.. June 4. but lost It to j. C. Norris at Billings June IS. Resides these trophies a medal is given annually to the winner of the handicap at 10 n targets. This event is the last on the program and the handicaps are based on the scores made during the shoot. There is also a gold medal given for high aver age for the state shoot. There is one other trophy—the Hunter's Hot Springs cup which is shot for on ictlce day at 50 targets. amateur golf championship at Midlo thian, Nod Sawyer of the Bobolink club of Chicago defeating Hubert Markwell, j ale university star, on the forty-sec ond hole, after having been five down at the twenty-seventh hole. It took par golf for the vetcrau Sawyer to over* take hh younger opponent The strain finally told on the young collegian. Charles "Chick** Evans. Chicagor and arrv rlegg, a Minneapolis amateur, yesterday defeated Arthur Thompson and 'Charles Stevens. Minneapolis pro fessionals. In an 18-hole best-all four some for the benefit of the Med Cross, t was Kvans* second appearance in Minneapolis this week. \ sacred concert was held prior to a hall game in Brooklyn. Thev hpoH more tin lh. Dodgers p| a cd concert tu ' j ! I ! ' RARE DOUBLE PLAY IS PULLED TWICE A " '•"feniely unusual but exceedingly simple double play was pulled nir recently twice at Ebbets Field, and in successive innings. In the fifth Inning, with Bancroft on second end Cravath on llrst, Whitted, the dmtèTo n M° far * Sml,h ' " ,e rpll< ' f Pitcher, r'.U" M r reV at thlrd Mowrev touch: ed third, forcing Bancroft, the man on second, and threw to Hi Mvers at first base, doubling up Whitted. the batter. to!,k 'sec mrt' h l " n Jo K , l - u,lerus singled and ~ C "Ä; on" ss™nH hlr<1- a , "a ClnB , l " 3 " ru »' »he man "pÄr.Ä'° M '" rs ' ..... .....* Sound» aa easy as rolling off a log. and It was Also sounds as if this play might come up every day. and so l, Light. *„1 It 'toes not. It is safe to say that in a l] of last season the Superbas did not S ee h.s apparently simple double play made ÏT, p ,'h ,0 * e,h ' r - eUhar th ™ seUes or by the opposing team. bah n or° Krea ',*"' "''»'-ries of base ball, or the laws of chance, or something In*? ,er,aln Perfectly natural plays fali to arise more often. * u A »t.ND-O'THE DAY COMFORT A full, flavory smoke in which "nip" and coarseness never held a place — that's Fatima But Fatimas go beyond that—they are cool and taste-y all day long, from breakfast grapefruit to dinner demi-tasse. Yes, Fatimas are sensible, as you can prove to your own pleasant satisfaction. S HArni m a« FAT I MA c/T Sensible Cigarette BÜTTE RIFLE EXPERTS INYITEDJO Friendly Match Will Be Held on Smelter City Grounds Sunday. The Rocky Mountain Rifle club of Butte will visit the range of the Ana conda Rifle club, on invitation. A match will be arranged, but the de tails have not been disclosed. However, the Butte men will be ady to meet all comers and all they wish Is a fair day. The Anaconda men have been practicing faithfully on the home course and intend to give the Butte men the closest run of their lives. The local experts will leave for Ana conda Sunday morning, some going by auto and others on the B A & p train. NEW VARIETIES OF FISH BECOME VERY NUMEROUS San Francisco. July 12 .—-Three varieties which * - »7 ? ,h T Rnïl,r * of ''allfornla. which were placed in the streams of the state by the California fish and game commission a few years ago. Have l™ ' 8 veiy numerous. The fish are the l rapple. ( allco Bass and l he Blue fish According to deputies of the fish and game commission, who have been the nrst ones to catch the tlsh, the Calico Bass or'Troo. e'r flKh ' lhan " ,r 'P- d has, locSel î: V , Kr ' ,w ,n he eight and ten inches long and are solid meat with the exceplon of a few hones. The fish have been planted In the streams of San Joaquin and Sacramento valleys. As soon as the fish become popular with anglers of this state the fish commission Intends placing them In severai other streams of California. All three fl.h can be caught with fly or bait a nd are fou nd In "dead" waters. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE BUTTE DAILY POST D -/~ 1.1 X Nineteen walks In one game come pie ty close lo setting a new record. Dickerson and Schorr each [tossed nine men and Hydorn one. In addition three men were hit by pitched balls. Pitcher Joe Hailey of Seattle has been bought by Detroit. Dailey will leave for the east at the close of Sunday's game. Rill Hose, formerly of Beattie, who Is pitching for Sioux City in the Western five" 0 ' ha '' i W ° n thre6 sam9a and lost IsThe r ;T* r <5r< ' at Falla Pilcher. Ihe leadl,, s "lab artist In the Western league. Twirling for lies Moines, Kalllo nas won 13 games and lost five. The ^rcentage of eartted runs „ff hl , rt,.,ivory the leagull Moine8 club ia lwj,,ln K Kansas City ha» handed Joe Wagner Tel««e kane lnfleld '' r ' ' la unconditional Yesterday's game may have been a oke. but the fact that the Northwestern p^,ut W of "Utpend Sunday has taken the pep out of the players of both teams The fans can hardly expert first-class base ball under the conditions. u Great Falls defeated Tacoma â 'Lau HceTe T" 1" ,he >»* «* « r h ?rt , p,.«"' wna Ärs a w„h trouble I n finis hing In fourth plat^* NOTICE. Seven-passenger Studebaker fo , «al, phone 1& 29PbAV ^ trl » a ____ —Adv. A man never knows what h A d0 ... U "d",b e "'"^vod the Sag. And then he may be sorrv a,. , &Ke out." added the 8< rr> hB founJ STANDING OF THE CLUBS NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE. Great Falls Won. IdOSt. 29 Seattle ..... ____43 83 Tacoma ..... ....38 81 Uutte ....... 84 Spokane ..... ...32 41 Vancouver .. ....32 40 AMERICAN LEAGUE. Chicago .......... Won. . .48 Lost. 29 Itoston ... . .41» 28 Cleveland ......... . .43 87 New York .......... . .39 34 Detroit ....... . .88 38 Washington....... 43 Philadelphia....... . .28 44 St. Louis ........... . .30 49 NATIONAL LEAGUE. New York ......... Won. Lost. 23 Philadelphia....... . .38 30 St. Ix)uis ......... 35 Cincinnati ......... 39 Chicago ........... 39 Brooklyn ....... . 32 Boston ......... . .28 Pittsburg.......... 47 PACIFIC! COAST LEAGU San Francisco . . Won. IiOSt. Sait r»like . .. . .48 Ix >8 Angeles ....... . .50 Oakland ...... 52 Portland ........ . .42 49 \ernon ............. . .40 55 YESTERDAY'S kESULTS. American League. At St'. Txouis— R H F Philadelphia ......... 13 i< \ st. lamia.................. 5 Jo I wTlw U T. l , e 1~ Myers ' HHbold and Sohang; Koob, Wright. Molineux, Martin, Park and Severeld, Hale. (Results of other games published yes terday.) Pacific Coast League. ball lAke 1. I set Angeles 7 Vernon t. Oakland 6 San Francisco 1 . Portland i. JHE POST FOR THF NEWS All Games in Nati Off on Account of Rain. "Babe" Ruth, the crack American pitcher, was the itt* big brush yesterday when he trolt to one hit, lilankln* th* by a score of 1 to 0 . Rufk four and hit two batsmenb to whiff eight. Bush got De hit Covaleskic was right and u. defeated Washington 6 to ators managed to get only b» By hammering five St Louii all over the lot. the Phlladeip», loties won easily 13 to 5. J The National league was m terday, all games being P<T rain. ENGLISH SOCCER fi WILLJ3E CO London, July 12 .—At a of the English I'*otball decided that «s no change r« in the war whifh would i changing their policy, the competitions would be ,ar " ^ during the coming season â of the past two seasons, nd , game and cup ties will h« payments will be made to P*r English season will oommen< » ber 1 with a full the Lancashire and Mid the English league and tn* blnatlon. ^ -s The Scottish league **** on August 1*. Aberdeen. ^ and Dundee will »»' coming soccer competing ^ suffered severely last * of the many difficulties I« . fulfill their away ( in ' a yS club competition is 9, |®^ y bank, of the second dl*»«* tlsh league, will make UP «• position.