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j THE SALT LAKE HERALD RA 7 FRIDAY Jl JUNE E 26 1903 T J
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fint time ti on record Yale today toda triumphed triumphedover triumphedBarYald trtumpheHarvard
over Harvard tat all three of their theirre boat boatraces oatrMeB
races in the annual regatta on the theThames theThames theThemes
Thames The wearers of the Blue won weotbe wonu wonthe
the eightoared varsity Ity race by three threeand threeaad threead
and onehalf boat lengths the freshmna freshmnalengths
titcared tca rAce r by two and a qUt
lengths and the varsity fouroared fouroaredrace
race by ODe and a halt lengths
In all three races race Harvard put putuoi putUP puttao
tao a iberoomkie fight and went down to
defeat after lter gallant struggleji In which
her boys rowed oat the th last ounce of their
streasth streasthThe treauaThe MregthThe
The official time of the races was w as
follow followVar followsVare4ty > I IVaraMy
VaraMy tty race rCeaIe Tale > minutes U I 45 45seconds 4iseconds 45second8
seconds Harvard 30 9 minutes 29 2 35 3 sec seconds secon eecoude ¬
onds ondsFreshman on oudeFreahman
onFreshman Freshman race raceYale Tale minutes 43 15
second Harvard 9 minutes 48 35 see seconds seeonda ¬
onds 0
0Vanlty Vanlty ty touroared race ra raceYale Tate 10 min minutes mInu miflutee ¬
utes u 6 t S Ji Mconta Harvard 11 minutes
U 1S seconds secondsOpinion eoDdOpinion
Opinion of Experts ExpertsYales ExpertsY1es BxpertsYt1e
Yales Yt1e three tla e e victories are attributed by
the experts ex to t the superiority of the thestroke tilestrolre thestroke
stroke taught upt Yale by John KeiB Kennedy Xenaetlyover Kennedyover 4y 4yover
over that taught Harvard by her graduate graduatecoach gradauecOehe graduateconehea
cOehe coach So far a physical form was wasconcerned wasconcenaecJ wa waconoarued
concerned there was no choice between
the crews except exc pt with the possible ble ex exception excep Wcep ¬
ception cep that the Yale freshmen out outwelshed outwelchtMl Outweighed
weighed their Harvard rivals by over overseven overseVeD overseven
seven pounds u per man
The varsity race was a surpr 8urprbe The Thefreshmen
freshman race i bad been con oooce ed to
Yale while hfl the fouroared race was also alsoRiven alsoa1e
Riven Jdv to Yale ale in the great majority of the thevredlctibos tbeon theBecord
vredlctibos on oJ
oJRecord i
Record Crowd CrowdThe CrowdThe
The greatest great crowd that ever came to
this quiet old harbor town tow by ran and andwater nd ndwater fldWater
water saw w Harvard go d0wn te defeat
It seemed as If no amount of ofllad had weather weatherand wethwytht weatherand
and = ytht ythten threatening = en skies could Id IdhJJ keen peoole peooleaway peonleaway
away from New London The ilcy was wasmm
mm and leaden with the wind cold coldenough coldeDoUCh coldenough
enough for overcoats andthe oar oarsmen men at
their auarters warmed themselves th before beforegreat beforeIreat beforegreet
great log fires In preparation for the thestruggles thestruggles
struggles of the t e day
By 1039 oclock the wind was blowing
fresh and an clear and except for the chili cbfllof ebOIof chiliOf
of the air the conditions < were Ideal for forbeat
beat racing Over the last lastthre three miles milesof RIfteof edideof
of the varsity course uree JOG ef f the flues fluesyachts t3achts et etyachts
yachts that float In American waters waterswere watersWe waterswera
were We swtnetag at anchor gay y with the thecolors thec thecolors I
J c colors of Yale and Harvard HarvardWithout HarvaaIWfthout HarvuedWthout
Without a Bitch BQtcluReferee mtchReferee BitchReferee
Referee William Meikethan the old
Colombia oarsman at Ua U notified the thecrews tbecrews thecrews
crews to set t ready In three minutes minutestune mlnutetime mInutenthee
tune the th varsity fouroared race was wasbegun wasbegun wasbegun
begun and by y11t l9f I 3 the bp bigvarsityrace bigvarsityracewas varsity race racewas racewas
was under way The three events for forwhich lorwhl forwhich
which whl h the blue and the crimson had badtrained hadtralaed hadtrained
trained for six months JftOn bs had been disposed disposedof
of in a trifle over two boors without withoutb a abreak abreak
break b or a single incident to mar any an one oneof oneof oneof
of the races racesThe raeeaThe racesThe
The storv of the varsity r race will live livelong livelOD livelong
long lOD In the annals wf college boating boaU boaUH
Harvard H lea 1 Yale almttM to the mOe nib and anda
a half flag fla Over the first mile it looked lookedlike loOkedlike lookedlike
like Harvard Harvardraee HarvardraeeFor race raceboth T8eFor
For the past ten days the eoadaes 0 0both ofboth
both crews have said that the race would wouldbe wouldbe
be finished within the tINt two mUse mtteeIVIth JDIJeIth mUseWith I
With Ith the Yale crew suffering sutte from recant recantshifts JeCIIDtshifts recsntshifts
shifts and changes the Ells were afraid afraidthat etraidthat
that It Harvard led for a mile Yale Yalewould Yalewould Yalewould
would lose lee e her stroke and would never neverget neverJd neverget I
get it back again
xaiars Strong Stroke StrokeLast StrokeLast StrokeLast
Last night 11I ht John Kennedy told his crew crewthat cnwthat crewthat
that they must t strike a thirtytwo aer aerminute eIi eIiminute sr srminute
minute stroke and hold It right through throughthe thrvui threuehthe
the race no o difference what happened n It Ittakes Ittakea
takes i good headwork ke and lots of n nerve nerveto rve rveto I Iro
to row ro a lower stroke than the thetother other crew crewwhen crewwhen
when the other crew is leading But Butthis Butthis Butthis I
this U just about what YaJedJd Yale did this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon Harvard got away at thirty thirtyfive tl thirtyfive rty rtyfive
five strokes to the tbemlnute minute Yale y YaJe at thirty thirtytwo thlrtytwo thirtytwo
two Harvard had decidedly the best t of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the start and by the end of the first half halfmile halfmile
1 mile was leading IMdIn Yale by half a boat boatlength boatlength
I length Captain McQrew put the stroke strokeup strolreup strokep
up p to thirtysix Harvard reached the theflwt thent theteat
teat flag in 230 15 Yale in 231 31 S5 S5Harvards 15Harvards 25Harvards
Harvards coxswain got out of his course coarsefor coursefor courser
r for a short distance dl taDce and had a narrow narrowescape narrowescape narrowescape
escape from hitting the first halfmile halfmileflam 1IaItmllear halfmilefinu
flam Overthesecond over the second halfmfle Harvard Harvardheld HarvardbeAd 1arvardheld
held her lead over Yale Stroke Bo Boue BoueeUt Bouedropped ue uedropped
dropped the blues stroke eUt eUtJrl to tbtytwo tbtytwoHarvard thttytwoHarvard
Harvard seemed to think that an she had a ain agrip
Jrl grip on Yale aDd Captain in McGrew XcGt eased easedtime euedh easedhi
h hi stroke c lown wn to tIIrttwo JIarvanI Jlarvaxdstime 8 8time
time for the first mile WAS 505 51 = 4 j Yaw Yales Yaleswas Yaleswas s soldenoe
was 1M 5T5 5 It was a remarkable remarkable coin eo1ncoldeRce coineldeiics
oldenoe that Harvard over this halfmile halfmileheld lutltmllemold halfmileheld
held her lead without varying < It by even evena
a fraction of a second secondEHs secondElis secondElis
Elis Crept Up UpThe UpThe UpThe
The third halfmile however showed showedthat showedthat showedthat
that Harvard could not hold IIoWYaIe Yale without withoutrowinc withoutrowlnc withoutrowing
rowing a higher stroke Harvards effort effortover effortOM effortover
over the first mile had begun to tell on onthe onthe onthe
the nerves of the crimson eight Little Littleby Littleby Littleby
by little Yales boat began to creep up on onHarvards onHarvarcla onHarvards
Harvards Just before the mile miI and andhalf andhalf 4 4half
half flax the shells were even and by the thetime theUIIIe thetime i
time the flag was reached Yale had hadwrested hadWIe hadwreated
wrested ted the lead away from her oM rival rivalThe rhaLTile rivaLThe
The blue reached the flag in 7 minutes minutesand miuutesV minutest I II
V t and 40 seconds leading Harvard by two twoseconds twoecOn4II twoseconds I
seconds or wore than half a host length lengthrajgad lettgthH lengthBarvrd
H Barvrd raised her stroke to thirty thirtythree thlrtythree thirtythree
three but still Yale went ahead without withoutraising wkhoutndelnc withoutraising
raising hers above thirtytwo thirtytwoShouts thirtytwoShouts thirtytwoShouts
Shouts For Yale TaleThe YaleThe YaleThe
The long observation ob trains had been beenrattling be beenrattling n nratdtftt
rattling and roaring with the cheers for forYah forYale forYale
Yale > and nd Harvard Now it certainly certainlyseemed certainlyseemed certainlyseemed
seemed as though these two moving movinggrand mo moa1 movinggrand
grand stands n burst into one great shout shoutfor shoutfor
for Yale a1 a1n a1e The e coaches = had ha said that J the therace therace
race would be over at the halfway point pointbut pointbut j I
l but > ut 1t t was not Yale reached the two twomile twomIle twomile
mile flag off the navy yard in 10 mln mlntites mlnutea misutes
tites 3 seconds with Harvard hard on onher onher I
her heels only 4 25 seconds behind There Therewas Tberejust Therewas
was just half a boatlength of clear water waterbetween waterbetween waterbetween
between the th two shells Harvard was not notyet note notyet
yet e whipped She had held her stroke at atthirtythree atthlrtythretl atthIrtythre
thirtythree thlrtythretl while e Yale after getting the theone theJead thelead
lead had aropped tiropped hen down to thirty thlrtyone thirtyone
one The crimson eight ht were rowing rowingwithout rowlnwwitb9Ut rowingwithout
without a break and their long lo easy easystroke easy8tr easystroke
stroke 8tr 1re still tIIl looked powerful The only onlyquestion onlyquestion onlyquestion
question was whether Harvard could put puther putrae puther
her stroke up u again and hold it I for a amile amile
mile rae more = The next t halfmile alf e ethis decided decidedthis decidedthis
this question Instead of raising her herstroke beruoke herstroke
stroke Harvard was compelled to drop dropbeck
beck to Yales gait at thirtytwo The Theresult Theresult Theresult
result was waS that Yale reached the two and anda
a halfmile haltmtleflu flag in 12 minute 316 22 16 sec seconds seconds saccods ¬
onds leading Harvard by 645 S 45 seconds secondsThen secondsTben secondsThen
Then tor the that time Yale began to look lookreasonably lookreasonably lookreasonably
reasonably sure of a victory viCtor = She was wasleading wasJeadlq wasleading I 1
leading the crimson by Just a trifle less lessthan lessthan
than two boatlengths boatl s I
Bace Practically Iractic11yWon Iractic11yWonAt Won WonAt
At the th threemile flag Yale had in increased IncreaMJd increased ¬
creased her lead to nine seconds and am ampractically had hadpractically hadtIactlca1ly
practically won the race Yales time for forthe forthrpe forthe
the throe miles was 14 minutes 8025 50 25 sec seconds secends ¬
ends Harvards 14 minutes 59 25 25aeconds 25aecondsHArVard seconds secondsHarvard secondsHarvard
Harvard hi passing the threemile threemilemade threemilemade fIaar fIaarm
made m e her last spurt to get back her herir L LAlthough 1ea
ir Although he was reeling in his atretiher atretiherand IItrettberaDd nlretherand
and the Harvard crew was splashing wa ¬
ter In his face Captain KcGrew raised raisedbut
hill stroke up to thirtyfour to the minute
but even at that gait Harvard could not notcatch Itotcatcb notcatch
catch Yale For a few strokes strolr s the Rev Harvard HUvard Revrard ¬
vard shell hell gained a trifle but b before bef the thethree thetJIree thethree
three and a halfmile Hag was reached
Captain McGrew had been compelled to todrop todroobIICk todm0
drop droobIICk backto e5 to o a thirtytwo gaR Harvard Harvardwas Harvaldwas Harvardwas
was now tired and Yale t ale began to gain gj on onevery onevery onevery
every stroke Yaws time fot the three threeaad threeand
and a half miles was 14 minues so and andU
25 5 eoonds Harvard 4 14 minutes 5 59 and
26 seconds s Over th thaha1c thu hair mile iie Yale YaleJjad Yalehai
bad increased ed her lead by four and one onefealf onehaJt one2saU
fealf seconds J
JAt At the Finish FinishIt
It was now only a question qu stlon of boat boatfths
I reigths fths Harvard cheers had died away
d the broad Thames now resounded re80undedgrnd
ttfe Ikzn n grand Yale Yale Kale alr alrron l white wbl wbltrom
iron ron the decks of 330 MC ichj the iie iienon c cnon ea eanon
non were booming forth In saluie to the tbet
t
victors and a barvo for the vanqutehed
nvally ly the flag dropped at the finish finishand tlDlshand flnishand
and the watches recorded JOM 1I l 46 for
Yale and 3 313 3
3S for Harvard It was wasa
Ys Yale a a ja race L by three lTe good boat lengths lengthsehT
a dose ehT e banlt1ntslt hard finish f within 9 45 4 seconds
of the fastest t time that any crew has
e ever made on oi the Thames course
McOrew who had rowed for Harvard Harvardfor
8 gallant a vane as DY maD ever rowed
for any college fell over limp on his hisoaj hisos
oaj os = while Daffy sank down In the shelle shell
Jwwa train afceec s exhaustion e 8tion Swaim at bow
had also rowed ro out the test ounce ou ee of ofww ofwer
tepower ww and his oars dropped from his hiliYale hisYale hisnanas
nanas nanasYale
Yale strong with the nerve which vie vlc2T vJcpulled
tory 2T gives pulled on below the rreet rreetoeawbridge xreetWbddge
oeawbridge lmcIge for two or three boat lengths lengthsre
before re her coxswain called his men to tosst toBt tomt
sst Btst sstThen
mtTheit Then a remarkable incident happened
st Stroke ro1re Dope who bad rowed like a
demon all the day threw his oar out
from his chest ch aDd sprang from his seat seatmto
Into the th river rtv uA A man overboard overboardyelled o oeI1erI
yelled 1 the crowd as Bogue case up from fromhis tro
his plunge and struck out like a race racehorse racehcIne raceberm ¬
horse to meet the Yale launch which whichwas whichwa whichwas
was coming down the course Head HeadCoexjh HeadeecIt HeadCocit
Coexjh Kvne Xig K sad John Kennedy met metBogne methalt metBogus
Bogus half way and pulled him into the thelaunch thelaunch thelaunch
launch The Yale stroke after that long longrace longrace longrace
race was apparently as fresh as when whenhe whenae whenho
he started into it itFreshmen It ItFreshmen itPreshmen
Freshmen l Made ade RecordThe RecordThe Record aecordThe
The story of the freshman race to that thatof thatof thatof
of a sling Jingepdnt sprint by Yales stalwart young youngsters youngstare ¬
stare with Harvard clinging cllngl to their theirheels th theirheals lr lrhel1
heels in I a plucky fight The Ells 1is 18 finished finishedthe finlsbedthe finishedthe
the two mites in 943 41 15 1 breaking the theold theold theold
old record ef 957 which has stood since ince18S3 since1i93
1893 Harvard Herva also broke the old record recordthis recordtb recordthis
this tb afternoon Her time for the two twomiles twomUes twomiles
miles was 948 35 Yale left Harvard at atthe attbe t tthe
the finish by Just about one and one onequarter onequarter ne nequarter
quarter boat lengths lengthsIn
In the varsity fouroar event Harvard Harvardgave Harvardgave I Igave
gave Yale another terrific struggle stGle In Inthta InU Inthis
this U sacs n the th Ells Els had hd to t make mke a vigor vigorous vr vigorone ¬
one 01 fight ft to t get the lead led Yale started startedoff sr startedoff
off of at a thirtysix tbrty p stroke stke Harvard Had at a thir thirtyfive tblrtyf thirtyflv ¬
tyfive tyf Although Athoug contrary conLo to their tlr in instructions Insu Instructions ¬
structions su the t Yale four stuck stuk to this thisgait thi thisgait
gait to the te end e of the thebCmUe halfmile and a never nevergot neve nevergot
got pt down dow to t their normal nral gait of thirty thirtytwo tlty tltytwo thirtytwo
two strokes aoket to the minute gt until utl the te end endof ed edot endof
of the th mile ml and a alat half Harvard H started startedIn ste
In at a thirtysix tits an and A held bel It for Almost Almosta mo
a A mile fle when she se had hd to drop down dowt to tothirtyone tbtWrtyone
thirtyone tto Yale Yae finished tlnlshe the first frt half halfmfle haf hafm halfmile
mile m In 24515 241 245 15 Harvard Harr in 2 245 35 Yales Yalestime Yaes YaestiM Yalestime
time tiM for the te mile mie was w 538 53 45 Harvards Hards
545 545 Yales Yaes time tme for the mile mie and an a half halfwas ht hta halfus
was a 825 8 Harvards Has 832 8 83 Yale finished tnle In In305t iniG
305t 1 iG 26 2 Harvard Hrd in 1110 11 15 Yale Ya won wonthe wont wonthe
the race actual measurement by one and andonehalf andonehalf
t r atu merement a
onehalf oehf boat b lengths leJ The Te two to crews crewsfinished crewsflubbed
finished tD in fine fl form for without wlbot a a break breakthroughout brk brkhut breaktkkoughout
throughout the entire two miles The Thetime Thetime
hut te entr ml
time ti madeby meby Yale eatables etble a new ne record recordfor rerd rerdfo recordfor
for fo this t event on the Thames Thamesf Tae TaeOapt ThanesCaptains
f Oapt Captains Elected ElectedJew Blected1ew ec ed ed1ew
Jew 1ew London Lnd June Jun 36 5At At the ti th election electionwofch eetn eetnwb ectiOnwhich
which wb took t place at at the Harvard Har quar quarters qur qurtratte quartare ¬
tare tratte after the th pace races rc H H G DmtHsham DillbtgbamSt m mof
St 9 of Honolulu Houlu captain cpt and an stroke ske of ofthe otth ofthe
the th fouroared forore crew cre was wa unanimously unanimouslyelected unntmuy unntmuyelt unanimouslyelected
elected elt captain cptn of the vart varsity crew Ce for forthe forthe forthe
the next year yearThe yearThe > ear earT
The T Yale varsity vrt rowerg ro rower elected electe W S SCross SC SCross
a eJ
Cross C of Fitchburg Ftburg Mass Ma captain captainCHEWS cpt cptCS captainCREWS
CHEWS CS ALL A BEADY BEADYFourcornered RY RYFoucorered ADY ADYPourcoruere
Fourcornered Foucorered Boat oat Race ce on the Hud Hudson 1ud 1udson Eudson ¬
son Takes Taes Place Today TodayPooghkeepsie TodayPoughkeepele
Pooghkeepsie PO hkee N Y Y June 26 5AU All the theerews ther thecrews
crews r except ect the th Wisconsin Wscnn were out Ot to todajr tod today
day d for tr a short sbl Ume bat bt practoe prcso was washardly w washardly
hardly brly more than tha a paddle dle the t coaches coachesbelieving oacbeabelieving
bln believing that tat all al that Ut can c be done d dou for fortheir torthir fortheir
their thir respective retve crews cews is I accomplfehed accomplfehedCornells accomplbedCornefla
Cornells Col four crews crews rowed down dow acmo the te two twomtle two twomile
mile stretch st to t Blue lue point and then th re returned retu yetuned ¬
turned tu The Th Columbia Columb pnt crews crew rowed wed about afcoutthe aut autthe aboutthe
the same sne annie distance dlst south st of their ther boat boathouse b hosthouse
house ho practiced while whe starts Syracuse Syracus and a Georgetown Georgetownpracticed Grgewn Georgetownpracticed
The T settled tte programme prgmme for t e races racestomorrow reesetomorrow
tomorrow tmow afternoon is as a follows followsPeur folw followsFour
aro
Four Fer oclock lo fouroared fourOre race rc two t miles milesCornell milesCornell
Wiscoesla WiscoeslaFebr Cornell ornel Columbia Coumba Pennsylvania Pnl and andFetor nd ndWiscoesla
Wtl Fetor l fortyfive fOltyfe oclock ocok freshmen 1me eight eightoared etht elghtoared
ore oared race r two tw miles mlernl mllesornelI Cornell Wisconsin WisconsinPennsylvania Wsnn Wsnnp WIscOnsinPennsylvania
Pennsylvania p and Syracuse SyracuseSix SyracuseSix
Six oclock = varsity ftx eightoared store race racefour racefour
four miles mlloeU milesCornell Cornell Columbia Couba Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pel Pelvl Peunylvanle ¬
vania vl Georgetown Ggtow Syracuse Syru Wisconsin WisconsinOfficials W1ni WlsconelnOfficialsReferee
Officials OfsRefee OfficialsReferee Referee John E E E Eustis of ofWeeleyan ofVey ofYnleyan
Weeleyan Vey timekeepers dmekee Everett Eveet Jansen JansenWandell JansenWandell
Wandell of tmep Harvard Haa and William Wla lanes InaesForbes lanesPorbes
Wal Forbes FOD of Pennsylvania Penlvia judge ju of the te fin finish f finlab ¬
lab I Frederick Feik o R R Fortmeyer of the t Na National Natioimal ¬
tional Association of Amateur Oarsmen
OROLL GIVES GIS REASONS REASONSTells RESONS RESONSTels REASONSTells
Tells Tels Wy Why Automobilists Automobit Should Shoud Get GetTogether GetToeter GetTogether
Together Toeter and Form For a duo duoH Cub CubB
H B V Croll Crol the te leading Jdln spirit splrt in the theformation tbetortn theformation
formation tortn of o the te new nw automobile automole club clubhas clubb clubhas
has b written wite a letter letr to the th different diferet auto automobile automobile ¬
mobile drivers drve of the city dt stating stang his rae reasons r raeeons ¬
sons moe ID for wanting wnting a I club cub of this tbl kind kindstarted knd kndst kindstarted
started st and a calling cling attention attnti to the t meet meeting met metIn meetleg ¬
leg In next ne Monday roay night for the te purpose purposeof
of f f organizing a dub Believing it J win = be beof beof
of Interest f to the fast t increasing number numberInterested numberof b bof
of persons In this ciy city who are becoming becominginterested ming mingIntereted
Interested Intereted is herewith prn In produced producedBelieving prouc producedBe1iving this popular ppular sport Sr the t letter letteris Jeter JeterIs
Believing that tt the organization orgnlzton of an anautomobile anautomobte anautomobile
automobile automobte Beng club will wU be b to the best bt Inter Interests Intere interest ¬
ests e est of owners owe of automble automobiles andothers andothersSouth an and otbeS others othersa
a metng meeting Is cae called for tis thIs pre purpose at atSth atSouth
South Sth West Ve Temple Templ street stet at 8 p P m Mon Monday Mond Monday ¬
day d June Jun 29 i which wich you yo are requested requestedto
to attend ate The objects ojt of the club are as asfollows asfollows
followsFirstThe follows followsFirst
tion fow fowJtTe u First JtTe FirstThe The securing srng of rational rtnal1gla rtnal1glat legisla legislation legblau legblaSeqondThe ¬
tionSecond t Second SeqondThe nT The formation fortiR of proper rules rulesgoverning rl rulesgoverning
prP
governing the use W of the t automobile automobileThird automoble automobileThirdTo
ioeng Third ThirdTo To protect the interests Into of au automoMiiats autml antomoIsts
tomoMiiats tml against agit pt unjust uD discrimina discriminations dlmln discriminado ¬
tions do
tionsFourth t doFourthTo Fourth FhT FourthTo To maintain mantn their ther lawful lawfulrights jaw1rt 1awflrights
rights and privileges privilegesFifth privilegeeFifthTo
rt a
MJtTo Fifth FifthTo To pil encourage ege prudence pre and a care careto cre crem careIn
to the te driving dla rivIugutti4e of e te te aatomobHe aatomobHeSixth satomohilexthTo tom
ment SIxTo Sixth t xthTo To promote pte the good K road move invemeilt movement ve ¬
tTEN
TENNIS TEN TOURNAMENT TOURNAMENTResult TUNAN TOURNAMENTResult
Result RUt of of Second Secnd Days Play by Wo Women Women Wamen ¬
men at Philadelphia PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Phadellha PhiladelphiaPhiladeiphie
Philadelphia Pdlhia June JUD 26 2FolwJo 25FollowIng Following is I a asummary aJ asummary
summary J of time t second s days dys play pl pIa ia the thewomens t thewomens I
womens WOs lawn 1w tennis tenis tournament tournamentSingle urnt urntSe tournamentSingle
Single semifinals smlfsM semifinalsMiss Miss Elisabeth EIB H HMoore HMoosS
Moore Se New YOk York defeated deete Miss i Marjorie MarjorieObertuffer MarjorieObertuffet ale aleObfer
Obertuffer oftphUadelphla 60 g0 Miss AfissC i
Obfer orIAelphl 61 f
C B B Neely Ney of Chicago CIi defeated dfete Miss M Hel Helen He Helen ¬
e en Chapman of Philadelphia PhUadelDIa W 0 61 61Ladles IL ILL 51lAdies
Cm
Ladles L doubles dub preliminary p minr round roundMiss ron roundMiss
Miss M Jones of Nevada a the t tCon present presentnational presentnational
national champion J and Miss t M Hall of ofCalifornia ofCailforela
California defeated defee Miss lf Elisabeth Eizh J JRotseH JR JRotreil
RotseH Con and Miss M Dorothy Drthy Hotsell Rotl the thePennsylvania Ue Uee thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania R v a state champions h 75 83 83Mortce 54MTL
MTL e C 0 Co and Mrs PlaIt of i ied Phil Philadeiphia
ed adeiphia ph deted defeated o ls Miss Lycett a and Miss MissMorlee
Mortce Philadelphia Pel hla 62 6 61 6L Miss M Helen HelenChampan Helenlp HelenChampan
Xorc Champan Philadelphia Philelphi and ad Miss M Clara ClaraChase Cla ClaraChase
lp Chase Philadelphia Philpbl defeated defed Miss Co Corinne Co Core Corinne
C rinne Mock o and a Miss Kis E E V Howell Howel both bothof bt bothof
re of Philadelphia SS i 64 64Mixed to toIxe 64Mixed
Mixed Phlpl doubles db preliminary prmin round roundMiss roundMissC Miss MissC
C B Ixe Neely N y of o Chicago C and a M K H H Row Itowlandof Rw Rwlen Rowlandof
landof PhUadetpWa PhiIndea defeated defeed Miss K Kline KUzabeth JU Klinebeth
beth ba len Moore o and a H H C Grant Grt both B of ofNew ofNe ofNew
New Ne York Yok 75 7 76 76RACES 71 71RACS 75RACES
RACES RACS TONIGHT TONIGHTHardy TONGH TONGH1rdy TOlIGHTffardy
Hardy 1rdy Downing Dowg Wi Will Be e the Star St at atSaucer atSaucer I
Saucer Track
Patrons of the U cycle races r who are areanxious
anxious a Ptro to see s what c kind kn of rg riding Hardy HardyDowning Hay HayDwin HardyDowning
Downing Dwin the new nw rider rier from the Ue east eastcan e eastcan
can c do d will wl have ve their teir first tr opportunity opportunitythis oprtmty oprtmty9vel
this evening Downing is not only ached scheduled acheduled ¬
uled ued 9vel to break b Dowl the t mile record rerd of seI the thetrack t thetrack
track but will also aI try t to take tke a fall out outof outof
of trk speedy Frank Prk FraatkHefmen wI Hefinan HoCI in a mile mil match matchrace mat matchrace
race s best b two t oat of three tr heats heatsThe bt beatsThe
The Te local lol man ma stated yesterday trey that tt he hewould hewu hewould
would give Downing all he h had and that thatif thatIf
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if the new ne gve rider dr captured the th prize money moneyhe mey meyhe moneyhe
he would weld have hve to cpre go some 8 In pz addition atn to tothese tothe tothese
these the events even event there tr will wl be b a number numb of ofsprint ofsprnt ofsprint
sprint sprnt events for both bth the te amateurs amtn and andprofessionals andPresident
professionals professionalsPresident
pen penIreidet
President Ireidet Williams Wilim Has Big ig Plans PlansSan IlausS PlartsSan
San Francisco June 25 25Thomas Thomas Tomas H HWllttams HWII HWilliams
Williams S Fn president et of the new Califor California Caifor Caiforn Cailfornia ¬
nia WII Jockey Joke dub cnb is on a visit vsi to t Seattle SeattleThe Stk SeattleThe
n The Post says sy he has ha embryo ebro plans plAn on onbands onbd onheads
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bands bd for the formation fraton of a I Pacific Pacificcoast pacIfIccoast alflc alflcc
coast circuit cirit which will wil embrace embr every everytrack eerytrck everytrack
c track trck In the th west Wt as a far east et as a Denver DenverHe Dnver DnverHe DenverHe
He proposes If his plans succeed to toInstitute toI tointttate
I hl pl Se
Institute I p at racing raCng at different dteRt points 1Int and andto Id Idt andto
to t carry cr on the t sport spt in such suh a way that thatfriction tt ttfrn thatfriction
friction frn win wil not nt result resoltBig rlt rltBig resultBig
Big Offers Ofer Refused Rfued For Horse HorseMinneapolis Hore HoreKnnel BorseMinneapolis
Minneapolis Knnel June Jun 26 5M 25M M W Savage Savageowner Svae Svaeower Savageowner
owner ower of ofDn Dan Patch Ptcb and Dictum recently renUy recentI recentIureha
purcha hf ef by y Wm W t4a t dag refusedaa rafuset5 an of ofL offor
L T Of JStOOO forthe fo for th the two t horses hr fuA W W
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CHAMPION DOWNS DOWNSHUGHEY DOWNSHUGHEY
HUGHEY MURPHY MURPHYYoung
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Young Corbett Corbet Easiy Disposes Disposesof Dispo es esof
of Ambitious AmbitousY Youth YouthKNOCKED YouthKNOCKED outh outhKNOCKED
KNOCKED OUT IN SIX ROUNDS ROUNDSFIiOORED ROUNDSFLOORD ROUNDSPLOORED
FIiOORED FLOORD TWICE OE IN i FIRST FT IN INQUICK INQlJIC
QUICK QUOKSUQOSSION QUOKSUQOSSIONB QlJIC SUCCESSION SUCCESSIONBoston
4 4Soston
Boston B June Jue 3SrYeung Yeung Corbett Crbet of ofDenver otDenv ofDenver
Denver Denv knocked kk out Hughey Mun Murb MurDhy hy of ofNew OfNe OfNew
New Ne York YOk in six sx rounds Is at catch ct weights weightshere weght weightshere
here be tonight The T contest tst was w witnessed witnessedby
by upward upw of 3 Z5 M ple pleCorbett people peopleCorbett e eCort
Corbett Cort nearly nerly ilntebed nled his man in the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first round flooring him twice in culck culcksuccession culcksuccession quIckSuccession
succession The Denver boys inside insidefiKhting insIdefbhtln insulefighting
fighting was superb and he slashed with withboth Wltllboth withboth
both hands with telling effect Ct In the thefifth thefifth
fifth round only onl did Murphy out uutiatCorbett outpoint outpointCorbett IBt IBtCorbett
Corbett and then he made things look a alittle alittle alittle
little doubtful doultfuLRound doubUujRound doubtfulRound
Round 1 IThe The men opened cautiously
Corbett landed a stiff right and left and
Murphys courage seemed to be early on onthe onthe onthe
the wane His blows were met with withraoid withraDid withtaod
raoid rights ri hts and lefts from the th Denver
lad A right swing almost sent Murohy Murohyunder MUrftyunder Murnhyunder
under the ropes ro es Another and he was wassent wassent wassent
sent to the mat The referee counted countedsix countedth countedsix
six and the th New York boy rose slowly to
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fo ftllC 11 11right
his feet Corbett t again n floored him with witha
a right swing and just as the referee refereecounted refereecOUDted refereeCounted
counted nine Murphy regained bis feet feetwith feetwith
with his nose bleedinjj bleedln bleedlnRound bleedlnRound
Round 2 2Murphy Murphy came up refreshed refreshedafter r refreshedafter
after having havlD narrowly escaped two
knockouts In the th first round Corbett Corbetttried Corbetttried Corbetttried
tried hard to repeat his tactics butwas butwasmet but butwasmet was wasmet
met by rigid resistance Both clinched clinchedconsiderably clinchedconsiderably clinchedconsiderably
considerably and the crowd shouted for forthem forthem forthem
them to break Murphy displayed sood soodgeneralship ood oodeneralsblp oodgeneralship
generalshipRound generalship generalshipRound eneralsblpR9Und
Round 3 SCorbett Corbett did the leading de devoting de deVO doyoUng ¬
voting VO Dli his attention to Murphys body bodyand bodYand bodyand
and worked his left lettto to the latters head headMurphy headMurpby headMurphy
Murphy edged In several wicked UM uDDer 1ZDercuts uDDerCuts > er ercuts
cuts and clung to his opponent opponentRound opponentRound opponentRound
Round 4 4Corbett Corbett led left to Murphys Murphyshead lurDhysbead Murjhyshead
head and a d Murphy placed three Jabs that thathad thathad thathad
had little force He sent left and rl r rIght rIghtto ht htto htto
to Corbetts body Corbett fought fierce flerceIv tlerceIv
Iv on the inside using usin both hands handstelliur with withtelline w h
telline te1Jln effect effectRound effectR effectRetied
Round R und 6 5C 5Corbett Cerbett rbett rushed at Murphy Murphywho 1lu Murliywho hY hYwho
who stopped a left Jab aimed at his nose noseMurphy noseMurphy noseMurphy
Murphy did considerable conslder ble dodging and andCorbett andCorbett nd ndCorbett
Corbett seemed anxious as he had from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the outset to wind up the battle Corbett Cor Corbett Corbett ¬
bett sent the left and right to Marshys Marshysbody Murehysbody IuI41hysbody
body and left side of the head Murphy Murphylabbed Murphylabbed Iurpny1abbed
labbed four times in return but his blows blowshad blowso blowshad
had little le ginger gingerRound gingerBound
Round o S 5This This 61round ound lasted but about aboutone aboutone aboutone
one inlaute Corbett used u ed both hands as in inprevious Inprevious Inprevious
previous rounds and knocked his man manout manout manout
out with a terrific right on the Jaw JawANOTHER jawANDTHER jawANOTHER
ANOTHER WAR RUMOR RUMORPresident RUMORPresident RUMORPresident
President Pulliams Open Op n letter Lettedto lettertoPreaident LettertoPresident
to President Johnson LookslikeTrouble Looks LooksLike LooksLikeTrouble
likeTrouble Like Trouble
New York June 35 5Presldent President Pulliam Pulliamof PllIam PllIamotUte
of otUte the National league has written to toPresident toPre toPresident
President Pre ldent Ban Johnson of the American Americanleague AmericanI Atnericanlesgu
league I an open letter setting forth fortha a pro protest proteat protest ¬
test of the New York National cob cbbagainst cbtbBgalnst cobRgalnst
against the e playing pI ng of f Elberfeld with the theNew ke
New York Americans after he was wasawarded wasawaMed wasawarded
awarded to the Detroit team under the thepeace thepeace thepence
peace agreement between thfe th leagues leaguesPresident leaguesPre leaguesPresident
President Pre Jdent Pulliam characterizes this as asbreach a abreach abreach
breach of the agreement and the NeW NeWYork N NeWYork W WYork
York Nationals have asked the right to toestablish toestablish toestablish
establish in the courts the validity vaUdlt of the thecontract theCOfttract thecontract
contract with George Davis DavisPresident DavisPresident DavisPresident
President Pulliam holds that Elberfelds Elberfeldscase Elbereldscasei Elberfeldscase
case casei is identical with that of Delehanty Delehantyand
i and Davis of the th Washington club whose whoseservices whosesecvlces whoseservices
services were taken from the New York YorkNationals YorkNaUOnaJs YorkNationals
Nationals by the peace agreement and andwhen netwhen andwhen
when a protest against a alnst their playing with withthe wltbthe withthe
the New Ne York Americans was filed by
President Pulliam President Johnson Johnsonagreed Johnsonagreed JohnSonagreed
agreed it would be a hardship and wrong
President Pulliam says the spirit if not notthe notthe notthe
the letter of the agreement has been vio violated yb yblated 10 10lated ¬
lated and that the New York National Nationalclub Nationalclub Nationalclub
club has been the only sufferer and noti notifies notifies noUflea ¬
fies President Johnson that the letter is isto Isto i ito
to the effect that he will allow the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York club to exercise its legal rights as asto asto asto
to the services of 0 Davis DavisBIG DalsBIG DavisBIG
BIG DOINGS AT PAYSON PAYSONBall PAYSONSall PAYSONBall
Ball Games Prize Pights Horse and andBicycle andBicycle antIBicycle
Bicycle Races on July 4 4Payson 4 4Payson 4Payson
Payson June S SThe The Fourth of July Julywill Julywill
will be gloriously celebrated here next nextweek nextweek nextweek
week with a rousing good time of sports sportsCommencing sportsCommenclng sportsCommencing I
Commencing Friday July 3 on the after aftergame afternoon afternoon ¬
noon of that date there will be a baseball baseballgame baseballgame
game between Mammoth and Payson Paysonclubs Pa Paysonclubs son sonclubis
clubs and on the same evening Young YoungGibbs YoungGibbs YoungGibbs
Gibbs of Cleveland 0 will meet Young YouncThomas YounlThomas YoungThomas
Thomas of Salt Lake in a tenround tenroundglove tImroundglove tenroundglove
glove contest for a wager of 1100 100 and gate gatemoney gatemoney gatemoney
money The conditions of the fight are arethat aretbat arethat
that Gibbs agrees to stop Thomas in ten tenrounds tenrouD tenrounds
rounds or forfeitall forfeit all money moneyOn mone moneOn moneyOn
On the Fourth Tommy Markham of ofMammoth ofMammoth ofMammoth
Mammoth will meet Kid Smith of Butte Buttein ButteIn Buttein
in a fifteenround scrap at the Payson Paysonopera Paysonopera Paysonopera
opera house Markham claims the 138 138pound 1 1pound 135pound
pound championship of htls stat he hav having havIng haytog ¬
ing whipped Tom Jacobs at Eureka on onthe onthe onthe
the 15th Some money mone Is being bet et on onthe onthe onthe
the last contest contestAside contestAside contestAside
Aside from these events good ood oodIImtnarles are arelimraaries nrcliminarles
limraaries will preceed each and a good goodmany goodany goodmany
many any sports from various parts of the thestate thestate thestate
state will be present to gee OC the con contests contests contests ¬
tests testsSilver testsSilver
Silver City will play ball with the local localclub localclub localclub
club Independence bMle eDdence day and besides these thesesports thesesports thesesports
sports there will be s 8 freeforall horse horserace horserace horserace
race foot race basket ball game bicycle bicycleraces bicycleraces bicycleraces
races and jumping allfor all for cash prizes prizesiLAWSON prIzesLAWSON prIzesIAWSON
LAWSON WRITES CHAPMAN CHAPMANChampion oErArMANOhampi CHAPIitANChampion
Champion n Gives His Hiseason Eeason Por Not NotComing NotComing NotComing
Coming to Salt Lake XiakeJohnnie LakeJohnnie LakeJohnnie
Johnnie Chapman received a lettr from fromIver fromIver fromIver
Iver Lawson yesterday explaining in full fullwhy fuUwby fullwhy
why he did not come ta t 1 Salt Lake as in intended Intefttled intended ¬
tended Iver said he was as at the thedepot thedepotwaltlng depot depotwaitingfor depotwaitingfor
waitingfor or the train to t leave New York Yorkfor Yorkfor Yorkfor
for Salt Lake when A G Batcheldor Batcheldorchairman Batcheldorchairman Batcheldorchairman
chairman of the N C cA A t came rushing rushingdown rushingdown rushingdown
down to the depot with a contract in his hispocket hispocket hispocket
pocket for Iver to sign to ride for an aneastern aneastern aneastern
eastern cycling firm firmLawson firmLawltOn firmLawson
Lawson said he bated to give up his histrip bistrip histrip
trip to Salt Lake La but the money consid conslderatlon consideration consideratlon
eratlon in the contract was too greatfor greatforhim greatforhim greatforhim
him to overtook He states however howeverthat howeverthat i ithat
that both himself and Floyd McFarland McFarlandwill McFarlandWIll McFarlandwill
will make it a point to get to Salt Lake Lakein
in time to ride in a few meets before go going going ¬
ing to Australia this fall fallHerreraDownev tallHerremDown fallBerreraDowney3liil
HerreraDownev BerreraDowney3liil y Mill Still Unsettled
There were practically no developments developmentsIn
In the coming contest between Herrera Herreraand Herreraand Herreraand
and Downey yesterday The men have haveagreed haveEreed haveagreed
agreed to meet but beyond this nothing nothinghas nothlnhas nothinghas
has been done The date of the contest contestand contestand contestand
and who will manage the bout are ctlll ctlllmatters = tlll tlllmatters tiilmatters
matters of conjecture but both the theBishops tbeBlsltope theBishops
Bishops stated last evening that they ex expected expected enPorted ¬
pected to have the matter settled today toda todaThere
There is still a horde of managers after afterthe afterthe I
the contest but it has not been definitely definitelysettled definitelysettled I Isettled
settled yet who will get the plum plumVisitors plumVisitors
I
Visitors Win at La Crosse OrossePhlladelplda CrossePhiladelphia j jPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Jude 36 iThe The visiting Ox OxfordCambridge OxorQCambrl4ge OxfordCambridge ¬
fordCambridge la crosse players added addedanother addedanother addedanother
another victory to their string today by b bdefeatingtbe
defeating defeatingtbe the University of Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniateam
team tea by a score of 6 to 1 L 1 Excellent team teamwork teamwork teamwork
work won for the visitors visitorsBicycle vleItorsII visitorsBicycle
II IIBicye1e
Bicycle races Salt Palace tonight tonightUncle tonightt tonightUncle tonightUncle
t
Uncle Reuben Says SaysDetroit SaysDetroIt SaysDetroit
Detroit Free Press PressDont Pr PressDonUt ss ssDoBt
DonUt look fur fUloenlilIstenC consistency in human humannatur humannatur humannatur
natur We all want a ahalrholi halfholiday ay on onSaturday onSaturday onSaturday
Saturday an alt esery Sunday Son aJ off of an y4t y4twe Yitwe yltwe
we expect de hens to keep right on liyln liylnfur l Iayinfur yn
fur seben full days a week weekBlfycle weekitBIfYCI weekBicycle
itBIfYCI c Bicycle raeaySalt Palace aace tonight tonightBltycle to1lphtBttycle tonlhtc tonlhtBteycle
Bltycle races Salt Palace tonight
NEW FACES FACESFOR FOR FANS FANSLineup FANSLineup FANSLineup
Lineup of Both Salt Lake and andOgden andOgden andOgden
Ogden Teams Changed For ForGame ForGame ForGame
Game at atWalkers Walkers Today TodaySaH TodaySaJt
Salt Lake and a Ogden Ogdenperfotn den perform this aft afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
ernoon at Walkers field for the first time
in nearly a week wee The lineups of the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two teams will be completely changed changedaround ckansedaround changedaround
around so the fans will scarcely recog ¬
nize the teams Both have strengthened strengthenedby
by to the addition of new players e all of ofwhom ofwhom
rln aflk
whom are a well known II to tthe the local fans
It was stated last evening that Jimmy
Byrnes Salt Lakes crack little catcher catcherwould eatcherwould catcherwould
would be able to play his old post position posttion st ¬
tion behind the bat today Then
Dad Clark Is slated to make his Msflrst hisfirst hiSfirst
first appearance at first bfisb and andWhiting andWhiting I IWhiting
Whiting will go over to second This Thfewtii Th151 Thiswill
win put Egan on short arid Cook on onthird
third Kimerer Kennedy and Christie Christiewill Christiewill Christiewill
will probably be found in the outfield
The Lobsters win be strengthened str thQRed by i
Piake at short and Gimlia ana arid BOth in inthe inthe inthe
the outfield Either Nash or Fettee will willtch willPitch willptch
Pitch tch for the Lobsters and Thomas or orzer orTozer
rozer > zer for Salt Lake LakeFrom Lakeit I
it 0 0From it itFrom
From the coast comes the Information Informationthat InormatJoRthat Informationthat
that Big Chief Borcbers will soon tfe re re ¬
leased by lIIa Manager er McCloskey of the San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco team This will be 1 e a surprise surpriseto
to the local fans aus as it was as thought Bor Borchers 501chern Borchers
chers and McCloskey were side kicks kicksin kicksIn kicksin
in this fight to the finish proposition out outon outon outon
on the coast 0
coastit
it it 05 05The a itThe i iThe
The Tacoma papers pap are strongly stroaglyurging urging
the transfer of the Portland franchise to toSalt toSalt tosalt
Salt Lake for the rest of the season This Thisis TItleis
is good in Tacoma and it is what ought oughtto
to be done And by the way WA certain pa papers papers papets ¬
pers in this neck of the woods are urging urgingthe urgmgthe I
the point Just as strongly as the Tacoma Tacomapress Tacomapress Tacomapress
press pressGuess pressit
it 0 0Guess it itGuess
Guess Frank McNichols the th former formerWhite formerWblt formerWhite
White Wing student is not making good goodup goodS goodup
up in inSeattle Seattle S In speaking of a game he heplayed heplayed
played a In = last t week weslrthe the l1 PostIntenlgenesr PostIntenlgenesrsays n eW eWsays
says saysThe The Th game was full t l1 of electric shocks shocksThe shocksThe shocksThe
The juice was turned on in the very first firstinning firstinning firstinning
inning when McNichols and Freeman ex executed executed enecuted ¬
ecuted one of those the e double d uble plays that ev every every cvery ¬
ery team makes es in practice but seldom seldomif
if ever can pull off in a game With Hol Hollingsworth Hollingsworth HolIingsworth
lingsworth on second Gannon hit vicious viciously viciously ¬
ly down toward the third bag MeNIeh MeNIehols MeNfchols MeNichols
ols came in fast and shot the ball on a aline aline aline
line to first firstHolllngsworth flrstHollingsworth firstHollingsworth
Hollingsworth made a break for third thirdbut thirdbut thirdbut
but Buck Freeman cut loose that awful awfulthrow awfulthrow awfulthrow
throw arm and the ball sped across the thediamond then thediamond
diamond looking kJ about the size of a pea peaThe peaThe
n okJ kJr ou cekzelfN
The throw o nearly r knocked McNIchohs McNIchohsdown McNieholsdown C Cdown
down but he hung onto the ball and with withit WithIt withit
it he beat a tattoo upon the ribs of Hol Hollingsworth Hollingsworth RobIingsworth ¬
lingsworth That got the gang on oj the thebleachers thebleachers thebleachers
bleachers going in great shape for it was wasa
a sensational piece of work both men menhandling menhandling menhandling
handling the ball perfectly and throwing throwingstrong throwingstrong
strong and accurately accuratelyMcNichois accuratelyMcNIchols accuratelyMcNichols I
McNIchols also saved the th day in the theseventh thesevfnth theseventh
seventh and it came cam at a time when the theexcitement theexeitement theexcitement
excitement was so high and the tension tensionso
so strong that when the youngster felt feltthe feltthe feltthe
the ball in his bands it nearly scared him himWith bimVltk himWith
With runners on second and third and andonly andonly andonly
only one out Reilly shot the ball on a aline aIIDe aline
line right over third Tmse It was wa a base basehit basehl basehit
hit hl good for two maybe nine times Out Outof Outoften 1it 1itof
of often oftenMeNichols ten tenMcNichols tenMcNichols
McNichols went up in the air half halfturning halfni halfturning
airi1
turning ni as he leaped and speared the t tie e et ball balland baliand
and touching o I third Ste e e completed a doa doable donble ¬ =
ble play that prevented two rues and set setthe setthe
the t bleachers going mad dt He i had to doff doffMB d dbls dofflila
MB cap several times timeit
it itIt it itIt
It is always a matter of Interest to fol follow follow follow ¬
low the fortunes ofe otinUred JI retired red ball players playersFollowing playersFollowing playersFollowing
Following is a list of toesers of national I tlona
reputation who are ar now on the ratlr ratlrJohn
l list and n the h oecupdtibns JLDOW n they follow followJohn Io
John M Ward New Yorks old short shortstop shortStop rt rtstop ¬
stop and captain Is practicing law In InBrooklyn inBrooklyn inBrooklyn
Brooklyn BrooklynArthur BrooklynArtbur r
Arthur Whitney V I y tUw used useat to pTay pT y third thirdbas thirdfOIt thirdbasa
bas foe the Jfcyrrks ff TIc 1s running ni runningmens n tng a amens amens
mens furnishing f1orDllIhl goods score in TJSWSH TJSWSHMass pW9Jf pW9JfMa8S ewel1 ewel1Mass
Mass MassRoger Ma8SRoger MassRoger
Roger Connor is managingthe managing tbe Spring Springfield Sprlngfield Springfield ¬
field Mass baseball b8se club clubBuck dubBucl clubBucl
Bucl Swine laia 4 il1 Cincinnati where he heowns beOWftS heOwns
owns touch muchre ires I estatelithe estate estateJKUte t tKte <
lithe Tiemag Tle Tied has s a saloon aptewn lJtctwnon lJtctwnonFitth iIpt wu on onFifth onFifth
Fifth aveimeTTln aven avenne in New York TferkJohn YorkJohn f r > < fm fnba
John ClaJkson who used to plt pItgh l ph fa famous a amous ¬
J g gstore
nba c fca
m mous ball for r the the Chicagos owns n a cigar cigarstore ggarstore
store in Saginaw Mich MichSid lI1cl1Sid MichSid
Sid Farrar who used to hold down downthe downtbe downthe
the first bag for the Philadelphia is liv living IIvfg living ¬
ing in Melrose Mass and devoting much muchof muchof
14 14daughter
of fg his time to the musical i = careeroT careerot his hisdaughter hisdaughter
daughter who has made a great hit ti tiEurope 1hEurope ihEurope
Europe as a singer singerSam slngerSam sIngerSam
Sam Wise played second for theBos theBostons the Bos Bostons Bostons ¬
tons twenty years ago go and afterward artnvardjoined afterwardjoined
joined the Buffaloes BuffaloesJack BuffalOesJack BuffaloesJack
Jack Rowe who was on the Buffalo Buffaloteam Buffaloteam Buffaloteam
team when it was in the big bi league is in inthe Inth Inthe
the th cigar r business In Buffalo B BuffaloHardle fa
thacfl acfl = falantfme
Hardie Richardson = of Giant lantfme lantfmeruns fame femeruns fameruns
runs a saloon in Utica UticaBig UticaBig UticaBig
Big I Dan > an Brouthers went to Wappingers WapplngersFalls WappingersFalls
i Falls after he quit the New Yorks an anhe and aoilhe andlie
he is now doing a a lucrative real estate estatebusiness eatatel eatatelbusiness estatebusiness
business there thereAdrian thlareAdrian thereAdrian
Adrian C Anson popularly known as asBaby 8JiIBaby asBaby
Baby and Pop runs the largest bib billiard bllliard bibhard ¬
liard and pool room in Chicago and is ismixed ismixed ismixed
mixed up in politics on the side sideJim sideJim sideJim >
Jim Murtie Smiling SmlUngJeems Jeems as ho was wasknown wasknown wasknown
known runs an Ice cream and candy candystore can d dstore I
store on States idandi idandiDanny Isked1Danny
Danny Richardson who played second secondfor secondfor secondfor I
for the New Yorks owns with w th Mayor MayorSheehan MayorSbeehan MayorSheehan
Sheehan of Elmira the biggest dry goods goodsstore goodgstore goodsstore
store in that city citySmJUng citySmHlng citySmMlng
SmJUng Mickey Welch the old New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York pitcher has ha a saloon In Holyoke HolyokeMass HolokelIaas HolyokeMass
Mass MassGeorge lIaasGeorge MassGeorge
George Gore is on the road for fora a whole wholesale wholesale wholesale ¬
sale whisky house houseJoe houseJO houseJoe
Joe Gerhart has a saloon in One Hun Hundred Hundred Hundre1 ¬
dred an ana Twentyfifth Street New York YorkCharley YorkCharley YorkChancy
Charley Bennett the famous catcher catcherwho cateherho catcherwho
who ho had both legscut off In a railroad railroadaccident raJlroadaccident railroadaccident
accident some years year ago has a cigar cigarstore cigarstore cigarstore
store in Detroit The new baseball pork porkBennett parkBennett perkBennett
Bennett park was named after him himJoe himJoe himJoe
Joe Start the veteran Providence Providenceer ttlaywhen ttlay p1ayor
er when that city dtywas was in the National Nationalcity Nationalleague NaUonaZleague
league has a roadhouse just outside the thecity thecity
city of Providence ProvidenceArthur ProvidenceArthur ProvidenceArthur
Arthur Irwin is manager of the Roch Rochester Rochester Rochester ¬
ester club of the Eastern league leagueTom leagueTom leagueTom
Tom Brown Is an umpire In the Eastern Easternleague Easternleague Easternleague
league leagueJohn leagueJohn leagueJohn
John MorriH whom middleaged men mencan mencan i ican
can recall as the star outfielder of the theBostons theBostons I IBostons
Bostons when they used to crawl under underthe undertile underthe
the fence runs a sporting goods store storein storein I Iin
in Boston in partnership with George GeorgeWright GeorgeWright GeorgeWright
Wright a brother of Harry Wright WrightPACIFIC WrightPACIFIC WrightPACIPIC
PACIFIC COASTTTTTiflGUE COASTTTTTiflGUELos COAST LEAGUE LEAGUELos
Los Angeles Cal June 25 SGood Good bat batting batting batting ¬
ting clean fielding splendid team work workand workand workand
and phenominal pitching by Drinkwater Drinkwatercombined Drinkwatercombined Drinkwatercombined
combined to shut out San Francisco this thisafternoon thisafternoon i iafternoon
afternoon Los Angeles never played a abetter abetter abetter
better game For seven innings InnIRgSDrink InnIRgSDrinkwater v Drink DrinkThen Drinkwater
water held the visitors down to aua ne hit hitTben lIltThen
Then Kelly who had displaced Shay Shayscratched ShlQscratched Sha Shascratched
scratched one to second and Pabst beat beata t ta
a punt to first On bases the theSeraphs theSeraphsgot theSeraphsgotaway Seraphs > got gotaway gotaway
away with some beautiful plays Shay Sh Shdid
did not like Levys decision on strikes strikesand strlkesand gtrlkecand
and offered at the umpire with a bat He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was put out of the game Attendance Attendance2j
2490 O 2j Score
R RHE RHESan H E ESan ESan
San Francisco Francl eo 0 5 1 1L 1a 1Lea
Lea L Angeles 79 7 9 1 1Batterfes iBatteriesWhalen
Batterfes BatteriesWhalen a Whalen wii i ii and di Leahy ii Drink Drinkwater D Drinkwater nk nkwater
water and Spies SpI
Sacramento Cal June 35 liCuUer Cutter lost losthis l losthis athis
his own game today by losing control in inthe inthe inthe
the last half of the ninth after two sin sincleg singles singlee
glee had been made off his heretofore un unimpeachable unimpeachable naImpeachable ¬
impeachable delivery lIe walked the thenext thenext thenext
next three men forcing two runs over overthe oyerthe overthe
the plate The gamewas game was full of interest interestfrom Interestfrom interestfrom
from start to finish replete with Ylthsnappy snappy snappyI snappyplaying
I playing For or five Innings the Siwashes Siwashescould Slwa Slwahescould bes besId
could Id not get a hit off Cutter and in that thatlength thatl thatlength
length l of time only fifteen men came to tobat tobat tobat
bat Score
R H E ESacramento ESacramento BSacramento
Sacramento i s I ISeattle 1Seattle
Seattle 3 iiBatteriesCutter S IiBatterlesCutter 2 2Batteries
Batteries BatterlesCutter Cutter and Hogan Sample Sampleand Sampleand Sampleand
and Boettinger Umpire UmplrelcDoDllId UmplrelcDoDllIdSan UmpIreMcDonldSen McDonald McDonaldSan
San Francisco June 26 5oakJartds 26Oaklands Oaklands now nowplayers novblyer nowblayers
players Second Baseman Walters and andShortstop andhorttop andbhortstop
Shortstop Kling both from Terre Haute Hautearrived Hautearrived Hautearrived
arrived jest in time to participate In to todays to todays todays ¬
days game against Portland and played playedgood pla playedgood ed edgood
good balL It was a tenInning game and andfull andfull andfull
full of fine fielding fleldln Josh Reilly who is
holding down third this week for Port Portland Portland ¬
land presented the game to Oakland Oaklandboth Oaklandboth Oaklandboth
both of his wild throws being responsible
for runs Score
sroteRolLE
R RolLE RolLEPOrtland H E EPortland BPortland
Portland 265 265Oakland 2 6 6Oakland gOakland
Oakland 3 1 2 2Batteries 2BatteriesButler 2BatteriesButler
Batteries BatteriesButler Butler and Hess Moskiman Moskimanand Mosklmanand Moskimanand
and Gorton GortonNATIONATTrTA GottenNATIONLEGUB r rNATIONALr
NATIONATTrTA NATIONLEGUB NATIONLEGUBNew AGtJE AGtJENew GUE GUENew
New York June J1 ne S SjnttfnniU Unainnali won
both games played here today t day New York Yorkonly Yorkonb Yorkonly
only cot four scattered hits off of Hahn i
a
while the visitors found McGinnlty M nn1ty for for1OOIt
fourteen 1OOIt In the second SE contest Phillips Phillipsand PhIllipsand Phillipsand
and Tasrtor Ta Of were the opposing twirlers twlrleraand twirlersand twirtersand
and the th latter was batted freely while wh
Phillips was hit but five times safely
Scores ScoresFIRST
FIRST GAME
GAMER
R H E
Cincinnati < 5 14 14New 2 2New 2NewYork
New NewYork York 0 4 4BatteriesHahn 2 2Batterjes 2BatterAesHahn
Batterjes BatterAesHahn Haha and Bergen McGinnlty McGinnltyand IcGlnnUyand
and Bowerman BowermanSECOND B BowemanSECOND wennan wennanSECOND
SECOND GAME
R H B
ClitctanaU u IS 2 z
New NewYrk York Y k 4 4BatterlesPbilUp 4BnttariesPhilllps
Batteries BatterlesPbilUp Phillips and Pletz Taylor Taylorand Taylorand Taylorand
and Warner WarnerNew WarnerNew
New York June 35 SHonors Honors were equal ¬
ly divided between the Brooklyn and andChicago andChleao andChicago
Chicago teams today They played a a1oublheader
doubleheader at Washington park and andthe audthe
the home team won the first which was wasa wasa wasa
a tree hitting game on both sides Chl Chlcfcgo Chlcqo Chicgo
cfcgo scared ed four runs in the third in innIng insing
I Ding on five fl hits but Brooklyn won with witha withtally
a rally te the seventh by b tallying five fivetimes
times Wetmer pitched well and received receivedgood receivedOOd received35iod
good support while e Qarains work was wasnot wasDOt wasnot
not effective Attendance 4 4to W Scores ScoresFIRST ScoresFIRST ScoresFIRST
FIRST GAME
GAMER
R H E EChicago EJ Echicago
Chicago 7 7Brooklyn 16 2 2Brooklyn
J i iBatterl
Brooklyn It i 14 9 9Batteries iiBatteriesLundgren
Batteries BatteriesLundgren Lundgren Taylor lor and IJd Cling
Schmidt and JacklRsch JacklRschSECOND JacklltseltSECOND JacklitackSECOND
SECOND GAMB 4 4n
GAMBR
R H HE HEChicago E EChicago E EChl
Chicago Chl 3 S 1 1Brooklyn 1Brooklyn iBrooklyn
Brooklyn BrooklynBatteriesWeimer j S SBatteries IBatt
Batteries Batt BatteriesWeimer neWeimer Weimer and Kling Garvin Garvinand Garvinlid Garvinand
and Ahearn AhearnPhiladelphia AhearnPtiadelpbla AbeamPIiladebpbia
Philadelphia June 35 35Pittaburga Pittsburgh win winning wlnnin winfling ¬
fling < streak was broken in the second secondgame seeondsame secondgame
game of todays donbtehaader Ier With two twomen twomen twomen
men on o bases Titus aade n sa m home run runwhicft runwblcli runwhic
whicft whic gave the locals enough seoai to win winTen WinTen winTen
Ten innings were required to deckle e the thegame 1MPIne thegane
game Attendance aNk 5 Score Scoren SeereFIRST ScoreFIRST
FIRST GAMK GAMKFitteburg GAMBrwwa
n rwwa r GAJIJtR R EL E EPlttsburg BPittaburg
Fitteburg 4 4Philadelphia M 3 3Philadelphia 1Philadelphia
Philadelphia 3 4 4BatteriesDohen 3 3Batteries 3BatteriesDoheny
Batteries BatteriesDoheny Doheny a ana d Phelps Sparks Sparksand Sparksand Sparksand
and Roth
RothSECOND SECOND GAME GAMER G IE IER
R H E EPIttsburr EI BPhiladelphia
PIttsburr 1 S 2 2Philadelphia
Philadelphia I 1hj 1hjBatteriesVall A 5 9 2 2Batteries 2BatteriesVail
Batteries BatteriesVall Vail and and Phelps Mitchell Mitchelland l Mitchelland tchell tchelland
and Doooin DoooinBoston DoooinBoston DooolnBoston
Boston June 25 Z8t St Louis took both bothgames botQg botl botlgames
games g unes of a doubleheader today from the thehome i
home h me team The one tally in the first flrstcontest ftrstcontetJt firstcontspt
contest w W8 s soared e QII ssacratnh scratchy hitting
Currie pilpaed plt ried artw at ztwohitmeaitd hlMBMa and nd fielded fieldedas f lded ldedas
as clciyerW c1e rt pJilitt tt w3r WIIir aS aleQ iffecttwC iffecttwCIn eUiectfIn eUiectf etf5ct5vIn
In the second sanup Phttts pitching pitchingstood pitchingstood pitchingstood
stood out outin in COntrast con his support aUppOr4The aUppOr4Thelocals The Tlielocals Thelocals
locals errors result resaltE disastrously A AAttendance stlong
long throw bl StiIJey Was the feature fturaAttendance featureAttendance
Attendance 0100 Scores ScoresiT L
FIRSTG FTGAMbl iT GAME
FIRSTGR
R BBE ja II E EUl
St Louis LouisBoston Ul UlBattcr1esCurn 1 6 2 2Boston
Boston 0 0Batteries I IBattcriesCW
Batteries Battcr1esCurn Curric + k Smoot and Ryan RyanKlttredge RyanKittredge >
KIttredge and antrMontn antrMontnSECOND IffoWnv IffoWnvSECOND MorsttSECOND
SECOND GAME GAXESt GAMES GAMEStLouis
GAMER
S R S E Est
st StLouis StLouisBoston Louis LouisBoston sv svBoston
Boston 3 3ft 5 6 6Batteries IiBatterieaKcFarlaad 5BatteriesMcFarind
Batteries BatterieaKcFarlaad McFariaad and J ONeIlr OKe OKePjatt ONellPlaIt
PlaIt and Moran MoranPACIPIC oOIAJLPAOIFIC MoranPACC
PACIPIC UATIONAi NATIONAL LEAGUE UBAGUESeattle LEAGUESeattle LEAGUESeattle
Seattle June 25 51t It was a hard fought foughtgame fougbtgame foughtgame
game today both pitchers doing good goodwork goodwork goodwork
work Seattle got one run the best of it itin itin itIn
in the eighth and looked all allover over a a win winner winner winncr ¬
ncr ner hut ut the visitors pounded four runs runsin runsIn runsIn
in their half lf of the ninth With two twomen tw twmen twomen
men out in the ninth Seattle pushed one onerun onerun onerun
run acress and had the bases full when whenthe wbenthe whenthe
the last man was retired The score scoreR scoreIt scoreB
R It H E ESeattle ESeattle ESeattle
Seattle 4 14 14SAn 14San 2 2San
San Francisco Fra SO 8 2 2Bstteries 2B 2BtteriesHiekey
Bstteries B BtteriesHiekey tterl Hickey and Stalley Pfelster Pfelsterand Pfelsterand Pfeleterand
and Zearfoss ZearfossButte ZearfossButte ZearfossButte
Butte June 25 5Butte Butte today defeated defeatedPortland defeatedPorUand defeatedPortland
Portland in a doubleheader Butte Butteplayed Butteplayed Butteplayed
played errorless ball in the first name zameand ameand nameand
and won out by one run run made in the theninth tbeninth theninth
ninth Inning Miller was retired early
In the game by a split finger and 1S 1Ssueeeeded = = xa xasucceeded assucceeded
succeeded by Harmon Both twirlers twirlerswere twlrl twirierswere rs rswere
were in fine form and held the locals localsdown
down wn to eight hits
A crop of errors by in the thesecond thesecoRd thesecond
second inning of the second game two twopasses twopasses twopasses
passes and five safe hits netted Butte Butteseven Butte8eVe1 Butteseven
seven runs and established a lead too toogreat tooIC tooI
I great to be overcome Attendance 78t 78tSCOT 7tII 755Iseore
IC Iseore IseoreI SCOT SCOTFirst
I First Game R H E EBntte
I Butte 6 8 8Portland 8Portlan41 gPortland
Portland 13 1 4 4Batteries 4Batte 4BatteriesRoach
Batteries Batte BatteriesRoach Roach and Swindell elhl Miller MillerHarmgn MUlerIiarIlon MillerHarmon
Harmon and Anderson Umpire Colgan ColganSecond COlganSec o1ganSecond
Second Game R JH E EButte EBatteriesD 2Butte
Butte 11 12 S SPortland 3Portland
Portland 7 JS 4 4Batteries 4BatteriesDowling
Batteries BatteriesD BatteriesDowling Dowling wUnl and Swindells SwindellsLundbohm SwindellsLundbohma eIls eIlsLundbohm <
Lundbohm and Shea Umpire Cogan CoganHelena CoganHelena CoganHelena
Helena June 25 SHelena Helena won a pitch pitchers pitchers pitchers ¬
ers battle today by according Thomp Thompson Thomolion ¬
son better support than was given gtv n Car Carney Carany r rt1ey ¬
any Poppies timely hitting was also o a afactor afactor afactor
factor Score v
R H E EHelena EHelena BHelena
Helena HelenaSpokane 4 7 1 1Spokane
Spokane 3 8 4 4BatteriesThompson 4BatteriesThompson
Batteries BatteriesThompson Thompson and Carisch Car Carney Carney earney ¬
ney and Zaluskey Umpire Mahaffey MahaffeyTacoma MahaffeyTacoma MahaffeyTacoma
Tacoma June 25 SLo Los Angeles out outplayed outplayed outplayed ¬
played the Tigers today until the eighth eighth1nnbj eighthinniflg
innliis 1nnbj With one out and the sacks sacksloaded sackscJed sackslqeded
loaded cJed via two singles and a pass Leib Leibhardt LelbhJardt Leibtnrdt
hardt was sent to the bench and Strick Stricklett StrlckJett Strickbett
lett took his i place lace on the slab and abet abetcurves aoteillVes abetcurves
curves eillVes over the plate with barrels of ofI ofsteam ofsteam
I steam behind them t em Hardy Hardyeould could not sothold
I hold him and two passed bases followed followedby
by Stlckletfs own muff at the plate in infailing IRfaJltng
failing to hold on to the ball fielded to tohim toblm tohim
him by b > Hardy gave Tacoma three runs runsand runsand runsand
and the game HHdebrands stock work workand workand workand
and Lawlers catch if DIR BtUGaaDOns Gannons fly flym flyIn f by byhi
m In the seventh were were the features At Attendance Attendance Attendance ¬
tendance 1970 O Score ScoreR
R H B BLos ELos BLos
Los Angeles 5 5Tacorna E nlacoma 2 2Tacoma
Tacoma g 8 8BatterfesLlebhardt 4 4Batteries 4BatterlesLiebherdt
Batteries BatterfesLlebhardt Liebhardt Strieklett and andHardy sadHardy audHardy
Hardy Baker an aJIIIl Byers Umpire UmpireHuston UmpireHuston UmpireBusIest
Huston HustonWESTERN
WESTERN LEAGUE LEAGUEAt
At Peoria P oria oriaPeoria
R S E EPeoria EPeoria
Peoria PeoriaKansas Ii 1 1KaD8B8 11 11Kansas
Kansas City CityBatteries 4 < 2 1 1BatteriesHart 1ButterieeHart
Batteries BatteriesHart Hartana aM Wilson Hall and andMessttt andM 1 1Messitt
Messttt M MessittAt MesstttAI tt ttAt
AI At AiiiwauKee Milwaukee MilwaukeeMilwaukee
R H E EMllwaukee EI EI1I111aukee
Milwaukee 4 6 2 2St 2St
St Joseph S i iBatterie8Kenna SBatteriembKenna 2 2Batteries
Batteries Batterie8Kenna Kenna and Lucia Fall and andGarvhi andGarvin andGarvin
Garvin GarvhiColorado GarvinColorado GarvinColorado
Colorado Springs Cole June 25 5Colo Colo Colorado CoIorado ¬
rado Springs s took a doubleheader from fromOmaha trom0JD1 fromOmaha
Omaha today winning two well played playedgames playedgj8IDeS playedpamos il iltAdo
games Captain Kveritt was suspended suspendedtoday su pen suspendedtoday ecl ecltoday
today by President Sexton on account ef efa erfr ofa
a complaint I by Umpire Mesmer owing o to totrouble totrouble
trouble fr = m nt the game nPf last Sunday Scores ScoresFirst ScoresFirst I IFirst
First game R R H E EOmaha EOmaha BOmaha
Omaha IS ISColorado 2 S 2 2Colorado 2Colorado
Colorado Springs 4 8 SBatteries 8BatterIesCompanion 8BatterIesCOmpaniOn
Batteries BatterIesCompanion Companion and Goading GoadingMcNeeley Go IdlngMcNeeley GondlngMeNeeley
McNeeley and Doran DoranSecond Doranseoond DomanSecond
Second game R H XL B liOmaha 2Omaha j jOmaha
Omaha 4 11 6 6Colorado 6Colorado 6Colorado
Colorado Springs 9 14 14BatteriesWelch itBatteriesWelch 3i 3iBatteries
Batteries BatteriesWelch Welch and Gonding Jones Jonesand JOResand Jonesand
and Dofan DofanAt DoranAt DofanAt
At Denver
R H BB BBBeaver E EDearer EDefter
Dearer 1214 13 14 1 1Das 1DesMhIes 1DeaMalnes
Das DesMhIes Matties 9 4 4B 5 5Batterbe
Batteries B tt Whitrtdge and Schlel Barry Barryand Barryand Barryand
and Marshall FohL FohLCAN FohLAMRRTCAN FohLAMTCAN
AMRRTCAN CAN LEAGUE LEAGUESt
St St Louis June S J5BosCon Boston opened here herethis hereu1 herethis
this afternoon with an easy victory over overSt overSt overSI
St Louis owing to some hitting by the thevisitors theviIIItors thevisitors
visitors and a buach ef errors by the thehome theh theh3me
home h > me team Up to the sixth inning good goodwork goodwork goodwork
work by Slevers held Boston in check but butafter butafter butafter
after that they scored pretty much at
will Attendance
R BBB BBBStLouIs H E ESt Eu
St StLouIs Louts u 1 6 8 8Boston 8Boston
i iBatteriesSleveI8
Boston 7 9 1 1Batteries 1 1BatteriesSievers
Batteries BatteriesSleveI8 Slevers Powell and Kahoe KahoeWinters KaboeVlnters KahoeWinters
Winters and Criser CriserCleveland Crirl1Cleveland CrigorCleveland
Cleveland June 36 IiCJeveltmd Cleveland made it itseven Itsevenstralgbt Itseven
seven sevenstralgbt straight front fro Washington Washlngtontody WashlngtontodyThe today todayThe toda todaThe
The Washingtons could do nothing with withMoore withMoore withMoors
Moore and were shut out Townsend Townsendpitched Townsendpitehed Townsendpitched
pitched a strong game after the first firstinning firstiJUrlng firstinning
inning Attendance 2582 Score ScoreR ScoreRHE
R RHE RHECleveland H E ECleveland EClevellind
Cleveland 4 32 32Washington 8 2 2Washington 2Washington
Washington WashingtonBatteriesMoore 0 5 0 0Batteries 0natteri
Batteries BatteriesMoore Ioore oore and Abbott Townsend Townsandand Townsendand Townsendand
and Clarke ClarkeDetroit ClarkeDetroit ClarkeDetroit
Detroit June 28 25PhtJade1phb Philadelphia defeated defeatedDetroit deleatedDetron defeatedDetroit
Detroit today in a sensational teninning teninninggame tenfnnlnggame tennninggame
game by the score of X to 2 2 There was wascontinued wascontinued wascontinued
continued wrangling between the players playersand playersand playersand
and umpires um ires which resulted in Hart Hartsell Hu1SEil Hartsell
sell and Mullln being put out of the game gameand gameand gameand
and chased off the field Mullin had hadpitched hadpitched hadpitched
pitched great ball until the time when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he wan ruled off There were several severalstartling severalstartling severalstartling
startling bits bltso of fielding an almost Im Impossible lnpossible inipossible ¬
possible catch by Lush and the work of ofM ofl1
M Cross being belR of the highest order At Attendance Attendance Attendance ¬
tendance 28W 2 2 Scorer
R RBB RBBDetroit H E EDetroit EDetroIt
Detroit 2 11 1 1Philadelphia 1Philadelphia3 1Fhiladelphia i
Philadelphia Philadelphia3 3 1 iS 1 1Bakeries 1J3atteriesMuHfn 1atteriesMullln
Bakeries J3atteriesMuHfn Mullln Kitson and Buelews BuelewsChlcasro Buete Bueteptank8Dd BuclewPnkmsd
ptank8Dd PowerS PowerSCblcao PowersChicago
> I
Chicago June SSl sDtukness Darkness ended ended5 ended5an an anc
c
elghteenInning contest between botw n New ew
York a nd d Chicago today with the score scorea
a tie It was w a rather peculiar p exhl
b bt2i4 on marked by patches patch of brilliant
fioifniig fl lfll ad good hitting but encam encamDeTfti C1Im
DeTfti b bY y errors and nd foolish foollshbaserunnIng = baserunning
on both sides Attendance 2460 60 Score Scoref ScoreRILE i
R RILE H E
f Chicago Chi fi 16 6 I
Now Ytok pro prok rlc k 6 14 S
BattarJes BattorlesWblte White Patterson and McFar
land IandVolfe Wolfe Tannehill and Beville BeyUleRow BevilbeBrow i iHbw
Row Baseballs BasebailsAr Are Made
The manufacture rnanuCa turo of baseballs such as asare as asarc 3 3are
are used by the big leagues has de developed do dovoboped e eeloped ¬
eloped Into a science it Is intricate intricatework intricatework e ework
work which requires skill with accu accurStcy accuftny accuritty
rStcy as to size and weight absolutely es essential essential osseatial ¬
sential All baseballs of this kind arC ATAmade arCmado aremade
made b bymachinery macbinery A solid ball of rub rubber rubber rubbeg ¬
ber an Inch thick Is first placed In the themachine themachine themachine
machine and Is automatically wound with withwoolen withWOolen withwoolen
woolen yarn the layer being one inch In Inthickness InthlcJmess Inthickness
thickness thicknessThe thlcJmessThe thicknessThe
The ball two Inches thick at this stage stageof staceof stageof
of manufacture Is then steeped in ad adresive adreslve adresive
resive fluid which solidifies the yarn and andmakes a1Mlmakes andmakes
makes it impossible to knock the ball out outof outof outof
of shape Then the ball Is placed pl ced back backin backIn backin
in the machine mnchlneand and wound with ith yarn un until 1IRttt Sntil ¬
til it 5s exactly ctl nine inches In circum circumference clreumference cIrcumiareace ¬
ference after which the ball is again againdipped againdipped againdipped
dipped In the adhesive fluid fluidCovering fluidCo fluidCovIng
Covering Co ng the ball is the next process processThereover processTbee processThe
Thereover Tbee The cover ver Is made of alumtanned horse horsehide hoJehide horsehide
hide which Is as soft and white hlte as kid kidThe kidTbe kidThe
The cutting isdone 13 done by a machine until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the rough edges have been taken off offwhen offwh offwhen
when wh n It Is ready for shipping It takes takesabout takesabout takesabout
about thirty minutes to make a ball ballhalf baJlhalf ballhalf
half that time being consumed In sewing sewingthe sewl g
the cover It is estimated that 7 7S0005OJ 7S0005OJbaseballs 000WS 000WSbaseballs OOGfOObaseballs
baseballs are turned turne out each year yearBIGELOW yearBIGELOW yearBIGELOW
BIGELOW WINS MEDAL MEDALOgden r MEDALOgden EDAL EDALOgden
Ogden Crack Shot Beats Best BestMan BestMan BestMan
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DaytOn n Wash 7asj June 25NInety 25NInetycontestants 5 5NInetycontestants Ninety Ninetyi
i contestants from all alipartsofthe parts ofHhe of the north northSwest northwest northwest
Swest west participated in the theannual annual sports sportswiich sportsmens sportsmens
mens tournament of Ilhe northwest cnorthwestwbich northwestwhich
which opened here today todayGeorge todayGeorge todayGeorge
George D Baker of Dayton won th thibest thlJest the theheat
heat purse today making 3960 In a atwentytajget atw atwontytagget
twentytajget tw event eyent at unknown unknownaag unknowni unknowndngjeli
aag dngjeli i sS Hestoodalne H He stoodtbone too9L iJQne iniflEst iIi iq fi fist t place placeMultnomah placeTheshooUngfatureoccurre i
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11 Multnomah medal contest when Bige Bigelow Bigelow
low V of Ogden andWodcL and Wood of f Tacoma Tacomatied Tacomatl Tacomatied
tied tl d at 25 5 and again at 24 BIgelow BIgelowwinning Bigelowwrnnin Bigelowwinning
winning In the thetbfw third shootoff with 24 24Winners 24tal 24toL
tal WOOdS woors 21 21 211jnners w wW1nners
Winners or first money in the twelve twelveeV i ievents
events eV nts follow followEvent foll follEvent ZolloflHvent
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angles purse 351L50McBroom i950 9 McBrobm Dorn DornBecker Dornecker DoraBecker
Becker ecker Shaw SbawShlelds Shields Hindle H H Kl Klills Ellls
ills Young Whetlaw McClure P PTlomp i iiTnpmpson
Tlomp o 1 Sheard Sbeardsmalls Smalls Dryden W Wi WAllen WAblen
i Allen 10 10Event 10Event 10I
I Event 2 2FItteen Fifteen targets unknown unknownangles unknownnglespurse unlalownangles
angles nglespurse purse 8424 81tMcBroom McBroom Forbes ForbesMcMillan Forbesl1c ForbesMcMllian
McMillan l1c l1nan Logsdon Cooper Steele C CT CT CT
T Tamahlll McClure Kincaid 15 15Yent 15 15Invent 15Event
Invent Yent 3 3Flfteen Fifteen targets unknown unknownangles unknownangles unknownangles
angles purse 8424 824Forb Forbes Becker S SMcDonald SMcDonald SMcDonald
McDonald C D Ellis Cooper Flohr FlohrG
G Tamahlll Confarr McClure Sheard SheardDryden SbeardDryden SheardDryden
Dryden Peck Knettle 15 15Event 15Event 15Event
Event 4 Twentyfive targets Mul Mulnomah Mulnomah Miiinomah
nomah medal shoot shootBigelow shootBigelowEvent shootBigelowEvent BIgelow BIgelowEvent
Event 5 5Ten Ten targets unknown unknownangles unknownangles unknownangles
angles purse 15950 i95oLougee Lougee Ware S SMcDonald SMcDonald SMcDonald
McDonald KImball E E HUlls H HPierce HPIerce HPierce
Pierce Stevens 10 10Event 10Event 10Event
Event 6 6Fifteen Fifteen targets unknown unknownangles unknownangles unknownangler
angles purse S421Cooper 8424 Cooper Holohan HolohanHellman HolobanHellman HolohanHellman
Hellman McClure Hindle 1i 1iEvent 15 15Event 15Event
Event 7 iSaIle Same as 6 6Forbes Forbes Whit WTilttnti Whitton Whitton
ton Jent T nf McElr McElroy WrTTilr w l 15 IK1
Event S STeam Team trophy trophyB E E E E Ellis EllisSteele ElliSSteeleand EllisSteele
Steele Steeleand and Cooper of Seattle won with
55 targets out of 6d 6dEverft 6eEveIft 60Eveift
EveIft 9 SF1teen Fifteen targets unknown unknownangles unknownangles unknownangles
angles purse 8274Bigelow 8274 Bigelow Howe HoweC
C D Ellis Lbgrdon L gdon Barclay 15 15Event 15Event 15Event
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Whom hem do we see ee when the tkTitame tb game is on onRooting onRoAtt onRoSting
Rooting RoAtt g and knocking kn kJng In wildest way wayYelling wayYellin wayYelling
Yelling Yellin and acting like they bad d gone goneCrazy goneCrazy goneCrazy
Crazy at every brilliant play playj playWboepl playWhooping
j Whooping Wboepl g it up for the good home team teamI teamGuyJ teamGuying
I Guying GuyJ g the visitors full and sore sorei soreGreeting soreGreeting
i Greeting a a hit with a wild wild scream screamGreeting scr scrdamGreeting am amGreeting
Greeting a miss with an angry roar roarCalling roarCaJJlng roaraIUng
Calling the umpire by misfit names namesWishing namesWiSlilng namesWhiking
Wishing himoft him oft in the realms below belowWhom beIowVhom belowWhient
Whom do we see at the lively gabes gabesBummers abesB gabesB
Bummers B B maiers pluguglies and toughs t gbs Oh Ohno Obno Ohno
no noDoctors noDoctors noDpctors
Doctors and lawyers lawyersPriests lawyersPriests lawyersPriests
Priests and woodsawycrs woodsawycrsMerchants woodsaw woodsawferchants woodsawycraMerchants
Merchants and preachers preachersPupiland preachersPupilliitand preachersPuplland
Pupiland teachers teachersClerks teachersCkrks teachersClerks
Clerks and bookkeepers bookkeepersDudes bookkeepersDudes bookkeepersDudes
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