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Huston Who Works For Butte ButteEnrages ButteEnrages
Enrages Crowd CrowdHAS Cowdt CowdFIAS
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If Huston umpires another game in inSalt InSalt
Salt Lake lAkewhich which the saints forbid forbidand forbidand
and misbehaves as g He did yesterday he heis hehi
is likely to sustain physical damage damageHe damftgeHe
He had a ekwe call alter the gvne and andit andIt
it may b ho regarded as certain that if iflie Ifhe
lie had opened his head to any of those thosewho thosewho
who surrounded him alter the game he hewould hewould
would have stopped many a punch A Amob Amob
mob of probably over 100 men and boys boysocortod boy5oeorti1iiiiifr
ocortod oeorti1iiiiifr him from m the t11dto field to the cars carsflailing carsliIng
flailing liIng him about everything Imagin Imaginable Iuaginable ¬
able and apparently striving to goad goadhim goadhim
him into committing an overt act which whichwould vhichwould
would have been the signal for rough roughhousing rough3ouSIng
housing him As many of the mob as asoould a aoould
oould secure seats in the car Huston Hustonboarded Hustonboarded
boarded accompanied him uptown con continuing conUuulng ¬
tinuing the reviling until he reached reachedthe reachedthe
the portals of his hotel but he kept his hisliead hishead
head shut Huston Wffi was accompanied accompaniedTiy
Tiy a couple of husky Butte players playersnd playersand
and nd there wore also two police officers officersan
an u the cart who would have tried to toprotect toiroteot
protect him from violence violenceperhaps violenceperhapshe perhaps perhapsOJhe
OJhe he coppers also aso saw the game and did didnot didnot
not feel any extraordinary amount of oflovo oflove
love for the umpire umpireCalling umpireCalling
Calling Huston Incompetent la giving givinghim giving71m
him the th best of it Baseball ceases to tobe tob
be b a game with 1th umpiring such as ha haperpetrates heperpetratos
perpetrates and people who go to the theHeld thefield
Held expecting to see a a game of ball ballare baitare
are disappointed The umpire alone alonestands alonestands
stands between a good tight game of ofball Qfball
ball and a hollow mockery and whenthe when whenthe
the umpiring is so fierce as Hustons Hustonswork HustonswoTk
work It is the mockery not the game gamepeople gamepoplo
people gee His work here has been beenmarkedly beenmarkedly
markedly onesided Whenever Salt SaltLake SaltIske
Lake has got the best of a decision it ithas Ithas
has bean on some play which meant meantnothing neantothing
nothing while Butte has been given the theMet theb
b Met st of the plate decision every time timeevery timeevery
every time It is an n outrage and an the theSalt theSkit
Salt Lake patrons of the game are not notgoing notgoing
going to stand it much longer longerYesterday longerYesterday
Yesterday Huston was worse than thanever thanever
ever His work fairly reeked and he hesucceeded heuoceeded
succeeded in turning a good game of ofball ofball
ball into a howling hippodrome No Noteam Noteam
team can win a close game of ball with withan withfl
an fl umpire working against them at atevory atevery
every turn and Huston saw that Salt SaltLake SaltLakp
Lake got the worst of every decision decisionthat
4 that meant anything anythingTale anythingTale
Tale of the Robbery SobberyUntil RobberyUntil
Until Huston got to going the game gamewas gameWas
was a great fight with a tie score of ofthree ofthree
three up Salt Lake Lakobit hit out two runs runsin runslit
in the second and landed another in inthe IntMe
the third when Dowling dropped Han HanItTs Han1is
ItTs fly An error and misjudged misjudgedgrounder misjudgedgrounder
grounder by Davis one by Shea and a a aMt
Sit by Bandelln got Butte two runs in inthe Inthe
the second and hits by Shaffer and andwilmot andVllmot
wilmot brought Larocque home in the thefifth thetIth
fifth fifthIt tIthXtwa
It Xtwa was in the sixth that Huston began beganto begato
to OPJSSfte jO o plainly tHctt every man manwoman manS manSwoman
woman and child in the crowd could see seehis seehi
his hi work There had been beensome some little littlefine uiWeliMe
fine touches earlier but in the ajxth he hewas
Iroke out s strong that every one onewas
was JWKt With two men on bases basesand basesand
and one out Donahue scooped up a aground aground
ground ball and tossed it to Weed who whowas whowas
was on the saomd sack tan feet ahead aheadof
of the man It was a force out if ever everthere everthere
there was one but Huston gave the theButte theButte
Butte runner a life and nothing but a amagnificent amagnificent
magnificent throw from deep left by
Flannery on a succeeding hit prevented preventeda
a runner coming In This runner runnerwould runnerwould
would probably have been called safe safeIf safeI
If I Shea had not run about ten feet up
the line to meet him with the ball and
lifted the Butte man clean off his hi feet feetas feeta
as a he tagged him himThe himThe
The prize bundle of all came in the thenext thenext
next inning AtcHale came tearing in infrom Infrom
from third Shea had the ball and andwas andwas
was waiting on the plate McHale did didnot didnot
not attempt to slide slidewhich which precluded precludedthe
the possibility of o his hi touching the theplate thelIate
plate with his hand as he went by byand byand
and failed to touch the rubber by six sixinches sixinches
inches at least Huston called him himsafe himsafe
safe Dropping everything else from fromconsideration fromconsMcratlon
consideration for the moment it is isabsolutely Isubsolutel
ubsolutel absolutely Impossible to defend the thecourse thecourse
course of an umpire who remains remainsstanding remainsstanding
standing like a graven image behind behindthe behindthe
the pitchers slab when there Is a run runner runer ¬
ner er coming in from third base Huston Hustondid Htietondid
did not move from his tracks to give givethis givethis
this decision An umpire who behaves behaveslike behavesBke
like this leave eves only two explanations explanationsof
of his efturse inse possible and they are areboth areb4tIl
both afftWt g4bt him Hither he is unfit unfitfor uniltfor
for his job or he does not desire to see seethe seethe
the play Thats That for you Hr Huston HustonProtest HustonProtot
Protest Made to Lucas LucasIf
If Huston umpires another came in inSalt Iiia1t
Salt a1t Lake it will be over the protest protestof
of Manager Reynolds and every fan in inthe inthe
the town The cave was taken up with withPresident withPresident
President Lucas hut night If if Presi President Preeldent ¬
dent Lucas wants to see tit the game auo auoceed auoreed
reed in Salt Lake Lakeand and there can ba bano
no quwtton but that he does doeshe he will willtake willtake
take prompt action in the case of ofHuston ofHuston
Huston The patrons of the game can cannot canrint ¬
not in all fairness be expected to go goagainst goagainst
against this sort of a proposition They Theydemand Theydemand
demand as a simple matter of right rightthat rightthat
that the home team be given a show showthat showthat
that it be given what it honestly earns earnsEvery earnsEvery
Every team in this league leaguewith with the thepossible thepossible
possible exception of Butte Buttehas haa an In Interest Interest ¬
terest to serve in n getting rid of an um umpire urnpiro ¬
pire like this one And it is reasonable reasonableto
to suppose that the Butte boys find a avictory avictory
victory in which the th umpire figu figulargely Agurso Agursolargely
largely somewhat unpalatable unpalatabletoo It is istoo
too raw aw to taste rood eoodIt roodIt
It Ja not claimed that this odorifer odoriferous ¬
one deoteion at the plate g gave ve Butte Buttethe Buttothe
the game but there can be no denial denialof
of the teet et that It helped materially
With MoRale called out outas as he should shouldhave shouldhave
have been boonthere there would have been only onlyono onlyone
ono more man to put out to retire the theside theside
side and nd Butte would have been but buttwo buttwo
two rUns ahead instead of four which whichwould whichwould
would have given Salt Lake a show showAside showAside
Aside from the bad spot in the second secondthe secondthe
the game was a great contest and was wasanybody wasitnybodys
anybody until Huston unmasked his hisbatteries hisbatteries
batteries He made what was a palpa palpable palpahis ¬
his attempt to take the edg vd off his hisoverplayed hisoverplayed
overplayed game in the eighth inning inningafter inningtter
after tter it was too late to do anything anythingThere anythingThere
There were two men out whan hl5p Weed Weedhit Weedbit
hit safe Oook O ok followed with a little littletap littjetap
tap to Batutoltn who threw the U soldier soldierout soldierut
out ut a mile t tt > ttt Huston called him safe safeThis safeThis
This was a case where Salt Lake stood stoodlittle stoodlittle
little how of gaining anything by the thepoor thepoor
poor decision decisionThe decisionThe
The flrfal game of the series will be beplayed beplayed
played this afternoon at 380 If there thereis
is any possible way to keep him off offi offthe
i the grounds Huston will not be the um umpjre urnpire
pjre It will require word from Lucas Lucasto
to pevant his acting as the rules iai iaifortunately tmfortunately
fortunately KVP him the best of the thesituation thesituation
situation in the absence of instructions instructionsfrom Instructionsfrom
from the league president but the best bestmove bestmove
move Huston e onn n make to square him hlms
s 541 f with the Salt Lake fang Ian4ptofln Ian4ptoflns1eknSs a tolsp tolspHlrknqiw
Hlrknqiw and k keep ep away frojn frgmtli Ihft gamo gamoThp gaipoThp
Thp Elders found Banaelln for the thefirst thefirst
first timr in thfe wwond when Weed Weadand Weedend
and Took rrk both landed for safe hits with withnf withfl1
fl1 nf out Andrrson brought both men menn
i n Hit rfifi hlmnelf trying to t make a atwoig a atwobugtr
twoig twobugtr out ofa of single In th the
third Flannery anner sent a twowagger out
in left garden with one man out Da Davis Davis ¬
vis nanned up a feul to Henry enry going goingout goingout
out aoj Hanley followed with a long
Hy to DtBrJlQg who dropped 1L it allow allowing allowlug ¬
lug FJaimary IRmia to scare the third and andlast andlst
last run i or r Salt Lake From thla time ttmon timeon
on Butte played an errorless game and andthe andthe
the few hits made oft Baudejin were werescuttersdand were3cattsrdand
scuttersdand brought nothing to the theBHdem theililders
BHdem BHdemIn
In the second Slats Davis wont to the thebad thebad
bad for f an instant first by dropping
Cooks throw and then falling to stop stoppitted
ilcHaIes hit A douflie stoat was own ownplted
pitted allowing Hunkle to score from fromthird fromtidd
third and McHale to roach second secondthen second1owlIzigs
1owlIzigs putout and Bondellns hit hitthen
then scored MoHale In the fifth La Lalftep Larocque
rocque scored after ye reaching hioy first on s son alLs4dezs
lLs4dezs choice on a single by Shatter Shaffera
an a 4 a twobagger by Wilinpt WilinptThe WflotThe
The seventh was where the Miners Minersgot tinersgot
got In their work good and plenty
Weed booted Shaffers grounder a tpd tpdWllmot d dWllmbt
Wllmbt advanced him a base on a sac sacrifice tte tterifice ¬
rifice Shaffer stole third and cam j
home on Runkles sacrifice hit the
latter reaching first on fielders choice choiceThis choiceThis
This was followed by an error by Cook Cooka
a hit by Dowllng and a wild pitch al
lowing hi all four runs ta score for the theMiners theMiners
Miners In the eighth Ward led off offwith offith
with ith a threebagger and scored a mo moment fllQmeat ¬
meat later on Laroeques caught fly by
The summary
Salt Lake4L Lake LakeAB
Donahue 2b 4 A 6 0 a i i l
Flannery 1 f 4 j 3 o
Davis lb 4 0 o o f 1 l lMiley
Hanieyg Miley o f 4 i o e l o o o3b
Weedss 4 1 4 1
Cooj 3b 4 1 1nderson 2 i
Anderson r f 4 S 0 0 1 0 C
Shea Sheec o 4 0 Ol 1 1 2 0 1
QMlek p 4 0 ll 1 i iTotals 1 C C CTotals
Totals 6 S 9 94 4 11 6 6Butte CButte
Butte ButteAB
Ward Wardlb 2b C If 1 C C 0 0Lareequo
Larftceno 3p C 1 0 O 0 a 0
Shaffer lb 5 1 1 1 12 0 C
Wilmot 1 f 4 0 1 I S a
Runkle a a 3 3McHal 3 0 W 2 5 0 0tcH41
McHal c f 4 4Dowllng 2 2 3 4
Dowllng r f 4 4gandalln 1 1 1 1 0 1 1an4ulin
gandalln an4ulin p i 4 4Henry a 2 t 0 j
Henry Henryc c 4 4Totals 0 1 1 3 C U UTotals
Totals < W 1 11 14 ST 14 2
Scere Scereby by Innings 1234B6780 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0
Salt Lake 0 2100 2 1 0 0 00 00 0 93 3
Hits 0
Brrora 0 2000120 a
Butte 0 2001041 8
Hits 1 2 1 S 2 1 1 U
Errors 0 1 1 9 C 0 000 > 00 0 8 8Vo
Earned runs Salt Lake Vo 9 2 TJ Butte two n nbase
base hits Flannery Wilmot threebase threebaseon
hit Warii bae on balls off Bandolin 1 1struck
struck out by Quick 1 by Bandelin 1 left lefton
on l buseS > as < w Salt I Lake ake T Butte S wild pitch
Quick bases on errors Salt Lake 3 Butte
6 stolen busee basesDosapi Donahue Shaffer Mo
Hale 2 Dowllng sacrifice hits hit wilmot
Runkle Time of game l4S Umpire Hus ¬
ton Attendance lQQO lQQOTacoma 10Tacoma
Tacoma Aug 16 15A A cluster of hits In
the shape of two singles and a pair of
tworbajjgers in the sixth inning save San
Francisco Franci three runs after which they
had no trouble in winning Pfeiqter and
Loucks both pitched nlcoly The fielding
was lax barring a couple of spectacular
plays Score
San Francisco 5 S 2
Tacoma TacomaBatterispft 2 5 2 2Batteries
Batteries Batterispft Pfefctar and a oarLQs r flss Louche Loucheand Loucitand
and Byers Umpire Colgan ColganSeattle ColganSoattis
Seattle Aue 16 iLTodays Todays gvme was w a
howling farce so a far as the pitching of
Maupln and alit McCay was ws rewernrf
Maupln was knocked out of the box in inJ
the fifth an4 MeCS3 WPS toucbe4 up J for forcloven or oreleven
cloven hits and eleven runs in four feurnings In Inflings
flings The fielding was good Score ScoreR
Seattle a ll 2
Los Angeles w l IS 0
Batteries BatteriesMaupin Maupln MoCay and Spencer
Strlcklett and Hlldebrand Umpire Car Carruthers Carrutherz
ruthers ruthersSpokane e
4 4Spokane i
Spokane Aug 15 HelenaSpokane game gamepostponed gamepotpofled
postponed on account of circus circusFACTS circusFACTS
Umpires are born and not made Won ¬
der how Jack Huston came caipe on earth earthThe eartha earthThe
The fans in a a body are against Huston Hustonas
as au umpire and President Luc Luea would
do well to send someone else here to fliv f1i
ieh out the Aeries Salt Lake has to play playat playat
at home Dazeus ef the v whe ba saw yesr yesrterdays ves
terdays game stated last evening that thatthey
they would not BO to another came if
Huston acted as umpire However Man Manager Manager ¬
ager Reynolds has done all in his power powerand poweraM
and after wiring President LVORS laet laetevening lpstevenfng
evening the situation said he would not notallow notallow
allow Huston In the greunda today todayPitcher todayC todayPitcher
Pitcher WIggs he of the strong arm armtoday arman4
an4 puzzling unrves Ic shtnd for the ox oxtoday
today In all probability Manager Wil Wilmot S II IImet ¬
mot will put Pete DawUuir Suites orsek orsekpitcher orackpitcher
pitcher in the box against big Jimmy JimmyThird
0 5 5Third
Third baseman Cook of the Salt Lake
team received his release from fr m the army armyyesterday armyyesterday
yesterday and is now free Lie t to sten with wjthwhom withwhom
whom he pleases to play baseball Man Manager Manager ¬
ager Reynolds would do well to sign the thesoldier thesoldier
soldier player for the Salt Lake team
While Geek Is a youngster yet he Is1 a apromising apromising
promising one and with coaching by
older heads ought to make a high class cle
ball player During the last week all his
team mates seemed to be trying Hard to togive togive
give him a chance to toter ipalce good Tha Tharesult
result has been that 3ookIe playing bet
tar ball He i is well Shed for his gentle gentlemanly gentlemanly ¬
manly behavior on the bail ail field a as well wellas wellas
as his all around good playing playing9nABotu
9nABotu 050 Butte ball player TihQ ybo hM m made a
hit the past week with the local fans IB
Runkle at short He Is a quiet uses unasaumlar usessumis
aumlar Player and easily the fastest man maninasmuch manseen
seen in tbJ position this year l1 ii iinet
net unlibe Jimmy MeBale in seater field
inasmuch as anything that com eome s his way
to almost a certain putout putoutNearly
5 5Nearly
Nearly all the members ef tho Salt Lake
team have a bad fault which is in not notwhen notreusing
reusing eery play out Many a tlne the theplayer
player steps while going to first base basewhen
when a Hard run might have landed him himsafe himsafe
safe Then there is always A chance for foran foran
an error to crop up at an unexpected mo moment momeat ¬
meat The same thing applies to a hit
ball with men on bases and two CUt
Two players who are alwn alwnto alwrs an exception
to this are Donahue and andCatcher Cook <
5 5Catcher
Catcher Henry made a splendid runnln runnlneatefa runnIng
eatefa yesterday when Tie b conned eeppe Slat Slati Slats
Davis foul beck cit tb Uutte boeh
The play came up at an i opportune tl tlwhen time timewhen
when only en man was out and an Rider Rideron Eideran
on sMORd base waiting to be brought la laOther inS
S S S SOther
Other good running catebe made were
the long foul fly front froj WJlmeta batr b to toof toright
right fle1d when Ande seqvnI yere yereof
of ground and pulled it dowjt and a long longrunning longrunning
running catch of Flannery on Dowllngs Dowllngshit
hit to left field fieldCooks f1I
S S S SCooks
Cooks eaten of Henrys drive to third thirdwas thirdwas
was easily oa ona ef the features of the thegame thegame
game yesterday yesterdayThe
S S SThe
The play at second over which there therewas therewas
was such a kick on Huetdhg decision decisioncame decisioncame
came up in this wise Henry w was en enfirst enfirst
first and Piggy Ward hit the ball to Don Donahue Donhue ¬
ahue hue Donahue threw it to Weed who whocame whocame
came fa u a run to second Weed reached
the base ten feet ahead of Henry ana anaHtubUing anustubbing
stubbing hid toe on the sack nearly tore toreof torethe
the Isise away fmr it fastenings Hue Huelbs
lbs oijmed oijmedalthough
although Weed nriy felt from the effect effectof
of tl 1ie collision with the base baseThe
05 05The
The dlsajited irffty At t Ham0 was cc tul tullows follows
lows MoHsJe was on tnlrd and Dowltne Dowltneon Doullnon
on first Powllng started IQ iqcal ateel second secondand CSCO5 CSCO5sad
and SNsa threw the ball ta Donahue Me MeHale McHale
Hale started home and Donahue returned returnedthe
the baA to Shea The latter steed on the thabag thebeg
bag as McHale fcl1aIe came in and the latter latterseeing latterseeing
seeing he was caught ran outside of the theSI thebsae
bsae line never touching the home plate
SI 315 ia wis ao > Mr out that ShfM eauld au1 not notreach aptreach
reach him ae he stabbed at the Butte Butteman uutteman
man when he came pant The man was wasclearly wasclearlyput
clearly clearlyput out for running eft the He base line lineSxchnge lineGSa
> GSa GSaxchnse
Sxchnge Walter Wilmot who wee let letout ltout
out Tfr Minneaiiellii has m iptde de a winner winnerout winnerout
out of the ButTe team teamSt teaihSt
St Paul Globe These notes about WIN WINmot Witnt
mot arq greatly enjoyed toy the MJ Idjune Idjuneappely ne neappslfs
appslfs fane fannAnd faneAnd
And 6y r Wilmot Wilmotor VtlmotMIe
Mamfer or T Guns ot the Calders team
announces that his aggregation will meet meetthe meetthe
the We Wessiers sl r8 team in Qsd Qgden n today todayGunn todayGunn
Gunn says be has ha secured Jack Clifford CllfiOrdto
to play shart stop for hint Th The Caldors Caldorsteam Caldorsteam
team will leave tae city overtno O S Sat L Lat
at D oclock this morning and Manager Manager6unn fnagerfuzin
6unn requests that all th the Calders play players playera ¬
ers bo at the depot on time timeSlat
5 5Slats
Slat Davia certainly went late the tree treeof treetops
tops whrn h pulled down that high throw throwof
of Weeds to first base The ball was en endirect Ona
a direct line for the top of the grand grandstand arandstand
stand but Davis Btxwtrned several feet feetand feetand
and nailed it with one hand handThe handS handThe
The ghost walked for the Salt Lake Laketeam Laketeam
team team last night and in consequence nil nilthe altthe
the players were happy Ilore ierc is Uonljis Uonljistltst
tltst their good cheer continues fhul fhulafter tutu tutuafter
after the game today todaySTANDING toIeySTANDINGQ
Pacific National League LeagueiVtiitTLoet
WtrorLoet P C
Butte ButtoLB 45 fil 616 616Lee
LB Angeles OS 41 41Spokane Gl GlSpokane
Spokane SpokaneSftaAU
SftaAU M 4
San Fmnelsco 55 G 51
Tacoma 63 63EWtna Sd isO isOHslna
EWtna at U
Salt Lake 13 as asAmerican 5 5American
American Iieague L ague aguewo
wo Iost ost PpC PpCCleveland ICBQt4m
BQt4m SC SCPhiladelphia
Philadelphia p
Cleveland JR JRDfltroJt j j4j j4jDetrpjt
DfltroJt 41 44 44j 4sNow
j Now York 4J 4 4StLqU
SLLQ StLqU I IChlcaSO 4g 1 t tChieXa
ChlcaSO C CW45iaton
W45iaton ChlcaSOton ton K KNational C 320 320Ntlona1
National League IieagueVon League1rqn
1rqn Von Lost P PPIttsbuts C CPItInbukg
PIttsbuts C6 1 ST STNew
New York 00 00ChlcftRO 612 612ChlcLiro
ChlcftRO 4S 4Si 42 42Cipeumati
Cipeumati i 1C 43 43ael1yn
ael1yn 47 47B 10 4
Beel n 4C 121 121Stipul
Stipul 1 3I 14 14PhI1lsa
PhI1lsa B JL JLWestern 61 PiY PiYWtern
Western League Leaguefcrnrtp Lente
5 Vn otPC otPCKansas
Kansas fcrnrtp s city
St 1 JOseph 47 47Peorla V 46 511 511Peotia
Peorla 44 l lDee 64 64lIes
Dee Moines M IP I IOmaha 66 66Omaha
Omaha 97 97Pacific T P1 t tPacific
Pacific Coast League LeagueAVon leagueC
AVon Lost P C CLos 0LeaJngelos
Los LeaJngelos Sqigeloc 1i l 4 4Sn
San FruneNce TO TOPortland ThPortland
Portland i iSacramento 13 13Sacramento
Sacramento SacramentoSeattle 9 9Senttls
Seattle lit l lOakland eC 410 410Oakland
Brooklyn Aug 16 Two victories were wereccorod woreicorod
ccorod by Brooklyn over St Louis today todayIn todayitt
In the first sama Jones shut the visitors visitorsout visitorsout
out wlll Unodss was batted for seven sevenruns sevenruns
runs The fielding was excellent both bothteams bothteams
teams playing without an error Brown Brownpitched Brownpitehed
pitched seed ball in the tecoml cosd game but butwas butwas
was unfortunate in having hits bunched bunchedAttendance bunchedAttendance
Attendance 6000 Scores ScoresFirst ScoresFirst
First game R H E ESU ESILouis
SU SILouis Louis 0 7 0 0Urqoliyn
Brooklyn 7 14 0 0Batteries 0BQtteriesRhoades
Batteries BQtteriesRhoades Rhoadea and ONeill Jincs Jincsand Jnnesanti
and Rltter Umpires UmpiresHurst Hurst and nd Moran MoranSecond MoranSecond
Second same R H 15 15St Ii5tLouis
St 5tLouis Louis 3 2 2Brooklyn
Brooklyn 1 8 I IBatteriesBrown
Batteries BatteriesBrown Brown and nd Ryan Schmidt Schmidtand Schmidtand
and Jacklltach Umpires tmplresMoran Moran and
Hurst HurstBostoir IturstBostot
Bostoir Aug 18 lLPittsbnrg Plttsburg won the thefirst thefirst
first gro < today but the wildness of ofDoheny otDoheny
Doheny eoet PltUMmnc the second At Attendance Attendanee ¬
tendance SH7 Scores ScoresFirst SeereeFirst
First game R II B BBoston BBoLou
Boston i iPittsurg 7 B
Pittsburg S 1 10 0 0Batteries 0Batterleeiitams
Batteries Batterleeiitams Williams and Moran Locvor Locvorand Leevorand
and Phelps Umpire lTmpireJohnsone lTmpireJohnsoneSecond Jqhnstone JqhnstoneSecond
Second genie R II B
Boston 8 C 6Pittsburg S SPittabure
Pittabure 18 i 1 1Battories iBatterleePkttingsr
Battories BatterleePkttingsr Pittlnger and Dexter Doheny
and Smith Umnire UupireJuhnstone UupireJuhnstoneNew nJahntone nJahntoneNew
New York Aug 15 l5Cldp8atI C Siinntl ptayed ptayedtwrsg ll8YSdmuch
much the faater bali amjNew York ov over
er l a ehner The batthb f PectIn PectInand
and the UeIdtig Of Sterpfehl were fee feetrj
twrsg AttendR AtteiidMe ee 99SS8 Score ScoreR
New Yprk j jCincinnati
Cincinnati Cincinnatiiitter4alcGtnnity 8 12 3
JIatterfas iitter4alcGtnnity McGinnity and nd Bower Bowerman man manHahn
Hahn and Pelts UmpirerEmelie UmpirerEmelieNo Uiuplrer Emsllc EmsllcNo
No sanfe genIe at Philadelphia PhiladelphiaPACIFIC PhiladelphiaPACIFIC
Sacramento Aug IiThoms li Thomas twirled twirleda
a r rerkabie m rkWe game again aga1 today and up
to the eighth inning had allowed only two twocatterod twocatterod
catterod hits In the eighth Inning three threef threetif
tif f the seratenlest kind or f singles were weremade weremade
made but none of them were costly as is isshown isshowi
shown by the fact that only one run wa wamade wa5 wa5made
made out of four hit Seven errors errorsmarred crror crrormarred
marred the play of the LOB Angeles team teamand teatand
and several ef f these are traceable to th thfact thu thufact
fact that Captain Dillon wasmissing ho
having gone to Berkely to be married marriedHdebr marriedHhldsbrand
Hdebr Hhldsbrand nd was in collision with New Newton Newton ¬
ton at first base in the first Inning and andwas andwan
was knocked senseless for or a abort tim time timeHe
He recovered however and played the tlwgame theame
game ame out Score
Sacramento S 11 4
Los Angeles g 7 7BatteriesThomas
Batteries BatteriesThomas Thomas and Oraham Gray
and Hvrlburt Umpire OContidl OContidlSan OtontectlSan
San Francisco Aug 15 15Oakland Oakland scored scoreda
a shutout against the home team today
The story of the game may be condensed
by referring to the iwse lilt totals Coop Cooper feopor ¬
er was almost invincible a and d the beats looaiucould beatscould
could not touch him Score
Oakland S 11 uSan l
San Franciaco 0 I 3
Batteries BatteriesCooper Cooper and Gorton Lindsay Lindsayand Lindsyand
and Leaky LeahySeattle LeakySeattle
Seattle Aug 1LPortand Portland won in too tootenth thetenth
tenth inning A rank decision by I Levy Levynrerentd evy evyprevented
prevented the locale from tying t tl q score scoreJrohnn scorePvoban
Jrohnn was patted out of the th box at a4ha a4haerni tha thaend
end of the seventh He gave ten bases biaeson
on balls altogether Score cere
R H ifl3qnt4and T TDOPUand
DOPUand > JO 18 1 3 3Saattle aSeattle
Seattle 9 15 1 1Batteries iBattsriesMcPerkind
Batteries BattsriesMcPerkind MeParlanti and Shea Dro Drohan Druban
han sample and WIsOHWESTEBPN Wlteeiu WlteeiuWESTBBN
Denver Aug 15 15Failure Failure to hit the ball ballajt ballat
ajt critical tlmee lost the game for Den Denver Denver ¬
ver Sne second game was postponed on onaccount optaccount
account of rain Score
R II E EDenyor BDoitvor
Denyor 3 7 Z ZKansas 2HansfL
Kansas City Cityatt 4 5 5 58attrles
8attrles att riesUarber Barber and Schleij chle1 Cable ul niMeeaitt ulOmaha
Meeaitt MeeaittOmaha
Omaha Ang 15 15One One man hit four fourpass fourpasses
pass passes and two errors l in the flrt lrat innlmr innlmrgave tuniugave
gave the locals four runs and a lead that thatthe thatthe
the visitors could not overcome After Afterthis Afterthis
this MoPhoneon held the locals down to totwo totwo
two hits So Sur re
JR II 12 12Omaha BOmaha
Omaha i 4 0 0Milwaukee
Milwaukee S S 3 3Batteries 2BatterIes
Batteries Sehaafotall and andfo1herson GondlPgi
lePherson and Lucia LuelaColorado LuciaColorado
Colorado Springs Aug 1 lCelerajo Celeraflo
Springs and St Joseph spilt oven today
in a stubbornly contested doubleheader doubleheaderThe
The locals tied the score twice In the theaooond thesoo
aooond soo n4 gains and almost won out SfflUros
First Game n H Ifl
St StJoeeph Joseph 7 U 2
Colorado Springs 9 30 30BattorissDlshl S
Batterles BattorissDlshl DIahl and McConnell Vlllo Vllloman Villaman <
man and Doran DoranSecond DotanSecond
Second Game R H K
St Joseph 12 14 2
Colorado Ccl ido Springi 8 is j
Butteries BttorieatIiinn Chlnn and McConnell Mc
Neely and Doran DoranDos DotanDes
Dos Momef Aug liPoor fielding by b
Des De Moines lost a twolveinnlng game this thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon Attendiuioe lWO 1 Scqro ScqroR ScargILJLZ
DCS Do lelnes 1 7 2
Peorla 2 2BatteriesOushman
Batteries BatteriesOushman Cushman andlolll TJart and
Heesler Umplros UmpiroeBarry Barry and Miller MillerChicago MillerANEBICAN
Chicago Aug IS I5Philadelplita Phadelphia won to todays todays ¬
days game by opportune hitting The Thebombs
bombs had several chaneeg cban le to tosoore oore but butfailqd
failed Attondance 80 0 Score ScoreR
> R RHB H 3
Chicago Ti 1 i iPhlisdelphia 6 6elphla
Phlisdelphia elphla 6 11 11Batteries 1 1liatteriesFlaherty
Batteries liatteriesFlaherty Flaherty and Slattjpry Plank Planknd Plankr
nd Powers PowersI Powerspt
r I
pt t Jir lnui ui5 Aug 15 lSVflshifleton Washington won wonfrom wonfrotti
from 81 T T4OiK OKiK this uUrnt n in l lfashion tu tufashion
fashion tin vJuitor nntiins Wrlcht free freeU1
ly 1 and the latter getUng poor support
Attendance io Seero
St LOUMS L nits 1 1Vnehitigton
> Viishin Vnehitigton top 5 it s 0 0Batteries oI3attrIesWrilt
Batteries I3attrIesWrilt Wright and Kahos Dunklo Dunklond Dunkloand
and nd Klttridgei KlttridgeiDetroit hittrid5eDeiroit
Detroit Aug A 15 15Bqston Boston wen by su suLifiih anperinr
perinr all around wrk Skepoc p1tchil p1tchilitt
itt liani Itiek as hide the hits were short shortfiJco
fiJco Jo right 2Ightu vae ofectiv ofectivLIph
Lifiih camed eff f f U tk41a1dJjig fliOdlu h tWnOIs nora At
trance Ji
r rDotrdlt i 13 137
Dotrdlt Vt 7 B BBhston
Bhston J > r 6 13 O OBatteries 0BatteritsSkopd
Batteries BatteritsSkopd SkopSjj SnQ McGiiife hughes Httghasand hughesand
and J stahC stahCcrrans Stahl StahlCleuid
Cleuid AUg 1e12tpr making eigM eigMerrors
errors lu six Iiu Iiudawn iiiutfts Cleveland settled settleddown
dawn and batted v0pba pfr a victory the sevr sevrenth sev sevsulk
sulk for tho tim club aaa anti tile third for Moore Moorewithin MoorewithIn
within six days Jay Attendance XaK Score ScoreR ScoreItIJ
R ItIJ ItIJCIotolantl U H HClovolsnd
Clovolsnd > > C 1 S SNew gNew
New Tojk i MSi C 7 7BattCrlotlMoore S Satt
BattCrlotlMoore att rJoaMQore and AptiotU GriffIth GrifflUMilwaukee GriffIthand
and JioVillO
Sole to thicinnati thicinnatiMilwaukee
Milwaukee WIs Aiig llThe Dally DallyNjlwjf DllyNjw
Njlwjf Njw ssT sd3rS s Clnude KUJqtt of the Milwuu MilwuuRACES diIwuulree
lree Apteriran tnsoc1utL1p t5aJn tas been beensolit
solit to the CiuinIntil NatfoziKi league leaguef
f nm Il joint the ltsdsitext season seasontACES
Conditions ConditionsWhlcti JVhich Will Govern Governthe Governthe
the Contest Between Reli Reliance Rellancqd ¬
ance ancqd and Shamrock III IIINumber IIINumber
Number of races of the match to be bedecided beecided
decided by the three out of five races racesCourses racesCourseaStartlng
Courses CourseaStartlng Starting from Sandy Hook HookIfehtshJP HookIhshjp
IfehtshJP IfehtshJPFirst IhshjpIr
First Ir racemTo windward or leeward leewardand leewardand
and return returnThird returnSecond
Second rnWtaioraj tthtngle tthtngleThird
Third race raceSimilar Similar to first race raceFoycth raceFourTh
FourTh race If ifnoctzsarySimilar nocegsary Similar to tosecond tosecond
second race raceFIfth raceFifth
FIfth race if necessary necossarSlmilar Similar to tofirst tQfirst
first rune jmoeStart runeStart
Start will be made from Sandy Hook HookHghtohlp Hooklightship
lightship as rtenr 11 oclock as a will be bepracticable bepractidable
practicable the preparatory y signal be being being ¬
ing given fifteen fltteeninln mlniiles tes in advance advanceBut advanceBut
But always with the understanding understandingthat
that should the direction of the wind windprevent windprevent
prevent layiUg1 the course from the thelightship thelightship
lightship the starting line will be shift shifted shifted ¬
ed to the nearest available point and andthatinthls andthatinthis
thatinthls case casethe the preparatory signal signalwill signalvIll
will be given about half an a hour later laterthan laterthan
than the time set for starting from the thelightship thelightship
lightship lightshipCourses lightshipCourses
Courses No 1 1From From the starting startingline startingline
line to and around a mark fifteen miles milesto
to windward or leeward and return returnleaving returnleaving
leaving Uie he mark on the starboard starboardhand starboardhapd
hand hapdNo
No 2 2Pram From the starting line ten tenmiles tenmites
miles to and around a mark ten miles milesto milesto
to and around a second mark and ten tenmiles tenmiles
miles to the flnlsh line leaving the themark themanic
mark on the outside of the th triangle to toport toport
port or starboard according as the yes vessels yessets ¬
sets urt r sent around aroundTlnie aroundTijiie
Tlnie limit If f In any case neither neitheryacht neitheriacht
yacht goes ovar QyrJhe the course within five fiveand fiventl
and ntl onehalf flours exclusive of time tlmajlpwanto timeallpw4ubo
ajlpwanto siicli race shall not count countand countand
and must be recalled rasailedRepeated recalledRipcated
Repeated Races RtsAn An unfinished race raceOf raceQf
Of ono kind shall hail be repeated until fin finished finIshed ¬
IshedAt ished ishedAt >
At tnq starting signal a yacht may nayclos
01053 thc line the exact time at which whicheither wlclloither
either yacht first crosses the line after aftertha aftertlzq
tha starting signal during the succeed succeedin succeedIng
in Ing two Qiinufeeq to be taken as nor herstart norHtart
start and theand the end of that period as asthe anthe
the start of thayacht crossing after Its Itspiplpation itsexpiration
expiration piplpationAooidents expirationAaoidentst
Aooidents Itt eafiea ease a serious accident accidentoccurs accidentoccurp
occurs to eitherdvqssal prior to the preparatory pre preparatory ¬
paratory slgna she shall have audI siiflUdent audIcient
dent time to effect oct repairs before being beingrequired beingrequired
required to ptart tart or if such accident accidentoccurs accidentoccurs
occurs during durlpg4 a race before being re required requited ¬
quired to start in the next race raceEaoh raceBash
Bash yachtshall stand bythe by the conse consequences conseuences ¬
quences uences of unjf nnyaccldent cd ent happening to toher toher
her after the preparatory signal and andupon andupon
upon the occurrence of any such acci accident accident ¬
dent disabling either vessel the other othervessel othervessel
vessel shall gall out the race raceThe f fThe
The committee may postpone the thestart theStartin
start Startin In cas of accident as stated if ifthe ifthe
the course catinot be laid from the thelightship th thlightship
lightship If lntheir opinion the space spacearound spaceqrounl
around the starting line is not suf sufficiently sufficiently ¬
ficiently clear in case of fog and If Ifboth Ifboth
both vessels agree to a postponement postponementIn
In which catse the committee shall de determine dotergilne ¬
termine the time of the start startSPOBTS startSPOBTSAT
Numerous Athletic AthieticEvents Events of Interest Intereston ± nterestoiiZC
on oiiZC Z C ST It i Day DayIn iMyIn
In addition to the full weeks vacation vacationallowed vacationallowed
allowed by th the Z C Q If 4 I nianaRoment nianaRomenteach nianagementeach
each year to oath of its employes an anannual anannual
annual excursion is enjoyed by all con connccted connected
nccted with the firm This year it was waaat wasat
at Sal Saltair talc on Thursday the 13th and far farmore farmore
more than 3030 3O people were at the beach beachIn I IIn
In addition to the ordinary anTUsoroenta anTUsoroentaof
of the beach the following contests wore worepulled werepulled
pulled off and created much interest interest100Yard interestItOYard
100Yard Dash DshSitI Sltl Christie first gold goldmedal goldmedal
medal W W Crabtrae second Time TimollYtaooondPt TimeIV4souapds
llYtaooondPt llYtaooondPt168Yard IV4souapds1CCYartI
168Yard Dash DashFirst First Bb Brain second secondD
Shot Put FLitFirst First Miles Romnoy second secondEh secondEb
Eh Brain BrainHammer
Hammer Throw ThrowFirst First W Hawkog HawkogE
501111 E t iid C Margetts MargettsDrip MargettsPole
Pole VnptiflThtw qtween Fred Brain BrainBrig
Drip Scare and Joe JeeHigh Cerdstebl CerdstebllImed <
lImed JunwFirt Joe Car4wll see seepn1
pn1 lb Brain Brain111gb
High Jumn First Bb Brain second secondJoseph secondJettepIt
Joseph Qnrdwell QnrdwellRelay QardwiRelay
Relay Race RaceContest Contest between factory factoryvs
vs Z C M r I r l Rmp Won Wo by factory factoryteam factoryttmm
team teamQarrall ttmmBarrIl
Qarrall Race RaceFirst First Art Browstor sec second seeend ¬
end George Freeze FroazeFat FreezeFat
Fat Mans Race RaceFirst First SI A Romnoy Rqxnneyasend
9 Mind VV V Bywat 13ywatrLean r rLean
Lean tiffin Race RaceFirst First W Hawkcs Hawkcssecond Hawkcsettoid
second W V A Crabtrqo CrabtrqoThrceiLepfged CrabtreoThrSeLeged
ThrceiLepfged Race RaceFirst First W McCul McCullom McCuIlom
lom and W Reiser ReiserEgg ReiserIigg
Egg and Spoon Race RaceFirst First Ed Andpr Andprson Andprson
son second W V Reiser ReiserPeanut ReiserPeanut
Peanut Race RaceFirst First W V McCullom soc socond seaotid
ond VV Reiser ReiserWttltzlnp RetserwtzIng
Wttltzlnp CojUcst CwttestMr Mf Joseph Tall and andBkoV
1issJJpnpio Romney Romneyhikotf
BkoV Ball Bh1Tenms Teams selected by y Miss Miss3mma
lEmma 3mma Hrowon L D S college girls Klrlsred girlsred
red won George McAHster H J Walk Walkcaptalnr Walkcaptaint
captalnr Freeman Bassott referee reforeeMAKE referee5EAKB
Members of Utah Automobile Club ClubGo ClubGo
Go to Farmingtoa FarmingtoaTho
The members of the Utah Anfomobile Anfomobileplih Anomoblleclth
plih mode a Country run yesterday aft afternoon afterhloen ¬
ernoon to Farmlngton and back They Theyleft Theyleft
left the Konyon hotol at 330 oclock oclockarriving oclockarrhinr
arriving at Farmlngton about 4M5 4M5where 445where
where luncheon was served Return Returning Returnjog ¬
jog the party reached the city about
7 oclock in the evening eveningThere eveningThere
There were seven automobiles In the therun therun
run Those who enjoyed the trip were wereas wereas
as follows followsH
H V Croll wife and nd eon In ono car carL oarL
L L Downing and wife H M Crow Crowthcr Crowther
thcr Fisher Harris Archie Mllner and andJ
J 4 1 Judfion O T McKoever and Nd Miss MissMlllfcr MissMliittr
Mlllfcr W L I Mnas wife and Miss Mc McJBvar McKevoi
JBvar J D 1 Kendall and Dr H S SScott SScott
Scott Charley Charle Wilkes and Avlfc AvlfcComing vlfcCeming
Coming Golf Contest ContestChicago ContestChicago
Chicago A Aug g 18 1LM At the Chicago golf souclub golfciutp
club thm evening Jt was decided by Cap ¬
tainLow tii Lou qf u tInt team ot the Oxford and
Cambridge Golf society and Captain
Boyd representing the team of the West Western Wostera ¬
era Golf association that the contests contestsat
at a Whoaton on Monday would consist of ofa ofa
a fourball fqursome contest in the morn
Ing In which five teams of two represent ¬
ing each aasoelatlon will compote and of ofa ofa
a match of eleven pairs at eleven holes
in the aftornooiiv aftornooxiThaEnglispbaer v vThaEnglishplayer
ThaEnglishplayer arrived at Chicago Chicagothis C1cagothis
this mornmc anjdrlater wore taken to tho
Clilcago Chiea Golf club at Wheaton WheatonShe
4 She Shed Got a Caddie CaddieSB tladde15Announeetnont
SB H Ho >
o 4A4v 15 Announcement 15Announeetnontmt
efn e t woman womdn golf bhamplbn to Bernard BernardSborno BarnardShorna
Sborno of e Plttabur The marrjagg will willtake willtake
take place in November at the home of ofMiss ofMiss
Miss Anthonys parents in Evanston BvanstonTO
Challenger and andD Defender feuder Visited by byHundreds byHundreds
Hundreds HundredsNew HundredsNew
New York Aug ISmThe Americas AmericasCUP
CUP challenger Shamrock ni and the thecup theCUI
cup defender Reliance occuplod afl afljoining adjoining
joining dry docks in the Jftrie basin basintoday basintoday
today and many people gathered about aboutthem aboutthem
them The Relaoc wljl be In dock dockuntil dockintIl
until Wednesday when both boats will willbe wIltbe
be jnensured ottictelly Sir TJopws TJopwsLJpton jtpiuttS4ptQn
LJpton said that CaptHln Bcvls oftln oftlnshamrock otltthnanrock
shamrock I would sail on the Sham Shamrock Shamrock ¬
rock III during the races but that thatCaptain thatCaptain
Captain Wringo would be in command commandof cqmmafldof
of the challenger challengerHorses oiznilapgerHorse8
Horses Arriving irivin in ii Ogden OgdenISpacJal Ogdenpecal
ISpacJal pecal to The Herald HeraldOgdon HeraldOgden
Ogden Aug li A ouniher of horse horsehave horseshave
have already arrived for the three days daysracing daysracing
racing to be held Aup 19 20 and Si 1 at atthe atthe
the county fair grounds The Oregon OregonShort OregOnShort
Short Line Is giving special speci transpor transportation transportaUnt ¬
taUnt rates on ot suchtook and a fine fineracing tineracing
racing meet is looked for forTITUS forTITUS
Latter Is Now Champion in inSenior inSenior
Senior Singles SinglosResult Result of ofthe ofthe
the Regatta RegattaWorcester RegattaWacetr
Worcester Mass A Mg lSPFrank B I
Groer of the East Boston Athletic thbetie Asso Association sso ssocipttion ¬
ciation Boat club wrested the soulllng soulllngonamplonshlp SoullingchampIonshIp
champIonshIp from e S Titus of tho At ¬
lanta Boat club of New York on Lak Laite
Qulusigamond thin afternoon at tho an anlitiul I Inuul
nuul regatta of the National Association Associationof
of Amatour tatour Oarsmen Greet was eight eightlengths eightlengths
lengths ahead of F Ii Voseley of the First FirstBohemian FirstBohemian
Bohemian Bout club of New York at the thefinfch thefIih
finfch while Titus gave up th the race on ongjjjith Otte10ith
gjjjith e10ith of a mile from the > line and pad padled padtlied
tlied led In just ahead Of W B West oT o the theWest theWest
West Philadelphia Boat club who was wasthe wasthe
the fourth competitor in the championship
senior singles sinlesDespite singlesDespite
Despite 14s his easy victory Graor pulled a aremarkably aremarkably
remarkably fast race and the time of ofnine ofnine
nine minutes and 379 a7h seconds IB the therecord thurecord
record for the event In the annals of the theassociation theattsoeiatton
association attsoeiattonASSOcipttlpfl associationAssociation
Association single sculls final heat heatL heatLF L LF
F Soholea Toronto Rowing club won wonTimeJ55 wonTImc9
TImc9 TimeJ55 554 4
Intermedia 1 t to fouroar sholls sltnhbsJeffriea sltnhbsJeffrieaPoint Jeffries JeffriesPaint
Paint Rowing association East Boston Bostonwon eaton eatonwon
won Tme TlrpeC0 TlrpeC0Iptermedlate > OS OSkins
Iptermedlate single zcullsW H 1Iotlg
kips East BoSWn A A Boat cl ciqb D won wonTime woarlmeioal
Time rlmeioal rlmeioalSenior 1031 1031Senior
Senior double seQlls seblsToronto Toronto Rowing Rowingclub Rowingclub
club L F Schults F 13 S Smith streke strekewon trskewon
won Time Time914 Time914Intcrrrbedltte 3J4 3J4Intermediate
Intermediate pair oared sehaJJs sehUsNoji sehUsNojipateli Non Nonpareil ¬
pareil Rowing club New York C Hoff Hoffman lof lofman ¬
man bow J C McKinley stroke won woniimc10l4
Time iimc10l4 10 1 1Ch
Ch Championship mnionBhp senior single sculls scullsFrank sculsFrank
Frank Br B Greer East Boston oston A A Boat Boatclub Doatclub
club won F Veselcty Vesaiet First Bohemian BohemianBoat BohemianBoat
Boat club Now NewYork Ytjrk second C S Titus TitusAtlanta TitusAtlanta
Atlanta Boat elubNow York third W WB WB
B West West Philadelphia Boat club clubfourth c1bfourth
fourth Time Time83Sj 83354
Senior ei eightoared htoared sholl sholIstVipnlpeg sholIstVipnlpegRowing rWlnnlpes rWlnnlpesRowing
Rowing club Winnipeg Man won Time rimetTr
712 712War
War canoe race raceCroseent Groscent Boath club clubWalthnm clubWaltham
Walthnm Mass won Tlm TimeTlS TimeTlSIntermediate TtlS TtlSIntermediate
Intermediate double sculls renewed renewadPotomac renewedPotomao
Potomac Boat club Waahlnpton won wonTlme wonTitusS
COKBETT GOT 10000 10000ExChampion 1OOOOExOhampion
ExChampion Fared Very Well After AfterHis Afteris
His is Drubbing DrubbingSan
San FraaclscQ Awg 15 13According According te tethq tothu
thq official count 10690 people viewed yiew d the thecontest thecontest
contest between Corbott and Jeffries The Thegross Thegross
gross receipts r eoipts amounted to 6230 Of this thissum thissum
sum tho th fighters received TO per cent or
43638 Which was divided 7 Th par cent t tthe to tothe
the winner and 25 per cent to o th the los loseer loseerThus er erThus
Thus for his victory Jeffries Is enriched enrichedto
to the extent of 33728 while Corbett gets
10810 310510There 10810There
There was practically very little money moneybet moneybet
bet on the fight at the local pool rooms roomsThe roomsThe
The heaviest money wagered was by byfriends byfriends
friends of Jeffries who came up u from fromsouthern fromsouthern
southern California to sec the champion championwin chnmplonwin
win Nearly all the money bet went at atthe atthe
the odds of 2 to 1 in Jeffries favor The Thereason Thereason
reason given for so little betting bettingis is gen generally gsaorally ¬
orally conceded to ba that the betting bettingbelts bettingpublic
public had very little confitience In Car Carbetts
belts chances chancesHACES chancesRACES
Kangaroo Wins From Jupiter Two TwoOut TwoOut
Out of Three Heats HeatsA
A fair sized crowd of horsemen from fromthe fromthe
the city and Bingham gathered at Cal Caldera Calders
dera track yesterday to witness th thraces the theraces
races given in conjunction with thtf thtfBlngham th thBingham
Bingham day at the park There were weretwo weretwo
two harness events and one running runningrace runningrace
race with the following results resultsHalfmile resultsHalfmile
Halfmile match pace race best two twoin twoin
in three heats heatsJqpiter Jyplter won first heat heatTime heatTime40V4
Time Time40V4 d07 Kangaroo won second socondand secondand
and third in 108 and 110 110Halfmile 110Halfmile
Halfmile trot best three In five fiveTwo fIveTwo
Two Bits won second third and fourth fourthheats fourthheats
heats In 124 123 l22fc Claudius won wonflrst wonfirst
first heat in 123 123Quartermile 123Quartermile
Quartermile TUP match race for forpurso forpurse
purse of 5200 200Orons OronS Mldgett won from fromBunkers fromBunkersBill
Bunkers BunkersBill Bill by a neck neckin in 2i 2iTHINK 2CI 2CITHINE
Wish rather to the Thought in the theOld theOld
Old Country CountryLondon CountryLondon
London Aug 1R 16The The yachting skip skippers sl ip ippers ¬
pers on the CljWo arc generally optimistic optimisticregarding optimisticregarding
regarding Shamrocjc Shamrot Ills chances for forwlnnlnp forwinning
winning the Americas cup John Carter CarterBrlttanla Cartprthe
the well known skipper of King Edwards EdwardsBrittania
Brlttanla believes that Shamrock III Is Isable isable
able to t beat Reliance but hopes that the themanagers themanagers
managers will speedily make up their theirminds theirminds
minds definitely regarding the trim of oftho ofthe
the cat and her canvass canvasslinms canvassBen
Ben Parker captaIn of lpmnaror WIj WIjlianis
linms Meteor says tl tlGaptain the Shamrock will willwin
win winCaptain Captain Archie ITOjSartli who sailed the theShamrock theShamrock
Shamrock II is similarly confident confidentHOMEHTJ1T confidentHOMEBUN
Gives an Account of the Only Time TimoHe TimeHe
He Engaged in Game of Dirty Ball BallCincinnati BallCincinnati
Cincinnati Enquirer EnquirerStories EnquirorStories
Stories of the th dlr dirty y ball playing that thatIve thatIve
Ive gone up against In my experience experiencewould experiencewould
would fill several largo volumes said saidHomerun saidHomerun
Homerun Hoggerty Theyve come comeInto comeinto
Into me head first to shoulder me off offthe offthe
the plate feet first to carve me into intoribbons intoribbons
ribbons with their spikes theyve but butted butted ¬
ted me tripped me jumped into me mewith mewith
with their knees for the express pur purpose purpose ¬
pose of putting me down and out and andas andas
as for having bats slung at me when whenIm whenIm
Im goln for high fouls why Ive got gotso gotso
so they dont bother me Through it itall Itall
all Ive never played dirty d1rt ball In re return return ¬
turn except on just one occasion and andthat andthat
that time Ill leave it to you if it itwasnt itvasnt
wasnt justifiable for Ill tell you youabout youabout
about it itIt itIt
It was when wo were traveling travelingthrough travolingthrough
through Texas with Josh Hupgood Hapg od and andtho andtho
tho Corndroppers Allstar aggregation aggregationA
A team on the road like that thattakes hat that thattakes
takes the home team into camp in ineach ineach
each town It t reaches and wins all the themoney themoney
money in sight Is apt to get pretty prettyhard prettyhard
hard treatment but we expected it itWo itWe
Wo got hard words and beer bottles bottlesand bottlesand
and a few bad eggs from the crowds crowdsbut crowdsbut
but we never made any great fuss over overthat overthat
that We took what was coming to us uslike USlike
like man manN monNever
N Never vor kick in a winning game gameboys gameboys
boys was tho way Josh Hapgood put putit putit
it it And It was gQQd advice advlqeBut adviceBut
But It was when the players on the theteams theteams
teams opposing us got to passing out outthe outthe
the bad tricks that we called time We Westood Westood
stood for the crowds but when play playera playera
era who didnt begin to be as good as aswe a awe
we were started to play horse with withfighters withfighters
fighters like Pete Brovnahd Tar Paper PaperHennessy PaperHennossy
Hennessy and Dan Delaijsy Ddl fly there was wastrouble witstrouble
trouble troubleWe troubleVe
We Ve struck a busy town called calledBranHfield callednot
BranHfield not far from Beaumont Iq inJ
f found nd a redhot city They had 4 c cPrdtty aPrtty
Prdtty good nine and nd a telr ball ballground b11ground
ground but U to > hear the nopj mok mokyoud t2jc t2jcyuud
youd a thought one wa was the PtfejbHr PtfejbHrtbrecotlme PitisburtbreetIme
tbrecotlme champs and the ofhcf 1151 the thapalace thePalace
palace of the fans We sot buoy as assoon assoon
soon as the game started tltmt aftef aftefnoon afteneon
noon before 3000 or 40M people atxj atxjwhen audvhen
when the first innii innlqg was done 1 1one we hs4
four runs off their favorite twirler td tdone
one of em was a homer I put ove the thef thefence
f fence fence1tWRThe ance anceThen
1tWRThe Then the BransfleW nine began pIer pJayViOMSwtsselaer
in hiaittj They saw that with Rsggju RsggjuVtp1
Vtp1 ViOMSwtsselaer ensseIaer pitching and nie behind behindthe beitlitUthe
the patvjthw atlt had no show So they theystarred tIuystrtb
strtb starred te fiffifc us out Their pitcher pltcharkept pitcherke1g
kept me dpdgmir 4ndih inahoots whtfn I wrfent wrfentto wntto
to bat and lie hit m me once It dHtpt dHtpthurt dIpthurt
hurt but ju jult t showed thdF teusper teusperFinally tent
Finally Reggie ran to cover the t1 t1on i ion
on a slew hit ball ballte te pete Qrownat
first and the runner a b bI fellow fellowbumped fellowbumped
bumped him over with his Shoulder Shoulderand houIderand
and then jumped en him With 1UI his hisabikes
We Re Reggfg gie might h have ve W bled d to
death only for a doctor on the greuois greuoisand gvudsanti
and he was carried away ta mi abu
lance Dan Delaney came Jn frojn o ait
tr to pitch and Josh Hapgoed wont > tnt
to play center himself
TVoll Well 41 they couldnt j jfor hit Dan itber
for where Reggie had barrejfioop
cyrves Dan had shriekin speed and an ani
Underhand ball that wa a seaJ4 book
to em i So we blanked em to thv tb sev
enth when Dan was wa hit In the face ee with
an In and apt went down and out too
That put UB on Queer street Jim
Harrison who only had a straight ball
came In to pitch Hennessy covered
second pint Billlns shifted over to left
and we went on playin with eight
men The Braadsfielders hammered
Jim good and hard getting four runs
in the eighth and tying the score They
got three more in the ninth but we got
busy too and in the tenth I sent Pet Pete
Brown in with the winning run with a
drive to the fence after hed doubled doubl l
Notningd do the Brandsfield people
but we must play tite he snipe team at
the same grounds on the next day and andas andas
as an a added Inducement they offered
to bat 10 101 on the game gameJosh gameJosh
Josh Hapgood never could resist the
temptation of money and a s the per percentage perCefitage ¬
centage of the gate with a big crowd crowdwas crowdwas
was a nice round sum he accepted
Then he got the wire hot looking for forextra forextra
extra men for neither Dan nor Reggie Reggiewould Regglewoul4
would be able to play for a week He
telegraphed to Stafford for the pitcher pitchero
o their nine to come up and earn 525 525pltchln 435pitchin
pltchln the game ame hue we found after afterward afterward ¬
ward that the Bransfleld telegraph op ¬
orator was an ardent rooter and never neversent neversent
sent flhe the message So we were left
high and dry dryBut dryBut
But as I lay in bed listening to Pete
Browns honest snores alongside e1 o me
that night I get to thinkln of a way to tocircumvent tocircunivent
circumvent rthese Bransfield robbers
So the next morning when I got up I
determined on a plan planAt planAt
At the railroad station that morning
I got hold of a feller named Barton Bartonwho Bartonwho
who was beatln his way to Beaumont Beaumontwho Beaumontwho
who had played out In the White Metal M al
league and I signed him to play for a
ten spot that afternoon Itopk him to
the hotel get him into a sapre uniform uniformand uniformand
and the Bransfielders never xweuld xweulda
a known he wasnt one o us That Thatgave Thtgave
gave us xfn innemenmfwypbzbzbzbbb innemenmfwypbzbzbzbbbgave
gave us nine men menThen menThen
Then I went on my errand got a abottle abottle
bottle q what I wanted and cams t hack hackto aek aekto
to my room Pete was just getttngup
Ha was Jookin at some i igly 1 1an gashes on onhls
hls shins and cussla all Branstlelders Branstleldersan
an inch high highCheer highCheer
Cheer up says L I You wont get getany getany
any more o that If the Bmnsfleld Bmnsfleldgang Bratnefieldgang
gang does any splkin today itll be be because because ¬
cause they got more vitality that I Ithink Ithink
think they have Then I went to work workon
on my old suit suitWlel suItWiel
Wlel as the Stafford pitcher didnt didntshow didntshow
show up that afternoon we had to play
Josh Hapgood in center again Bwrton Bwrtonin
in left and Pint Billings in right And Andthe Andthe
the hobo fielder made good I tell you youefrom youoftcm
efrom the start and justified my good goodeye goodeye
eye in plckln out a ball player playerAa
Aa on the day before SB long as asthey asthey
they were ahead the Bransfielders Bransfieldersplayed Bransitldersplayed
played clean enough They hit Jim JimHarrison JimHarrison
Harrison pretty freely but lightnln lightnlnfleldiri lightainfleldiit
fleldiri by Pinch Hobbs and Johnny JohnnyHarrison JohnnyHarrison
Harrison and Hennessy and Pete PeteBrown PeteBhewn
Brown kept em within reach With Witftthe Withthe
the score S to 3 against us in the soy seventh soyenth ¬
enth we wc cut loose Barton waited for fora or ora
a base Johnny Harrison sacrificed sacrificedJosh sacrificedJosh
Josh Hapgood fanned as usual and andPinch andPinch
Pinch singled Then Jlnway sent in intwo Ipttwo
two runs with a a nice double In the theeighth theeighth
eighth Hennessy tripled tripledhe he would wouldhave woultihave
have had a homer but for their third thirdbaseman thirdbasrna
baseman tripping him up upaudEil upaudEillingo andvBil andvBillings ¬
lings sent him in l with a along long fly That Thatmade Thatmade
made It 8 to 6 They got a arun arun
run in Ir the tt last half of the eighth but butr butIn
r in our half of the ninth the deed was wasdone wasdone
done Pete Brown put one a agaivt gain t the thefance thefance
fance for a double I tripled on top topof topof
of him Barton sent me in with a single singlestole
stole second and Johnny Harrison was washit washit
hit Josh fanned again and Pinch Pinchcracked Pinchcracked
cracked out a double that put us a a run runcame runto
to the good Th i the Branstielders Branstielderscame
came in for their last turn and they theywere theywere
were ready to maim or klty it didnt didntmake didntmake
make much difference differenceWhen dIfferenceV1hpt
When I walked up behind behiz the thebet bat I Ihad Ihad
had done a a little foolin with my m mitt mittNobody mittNobody
Nobody saw it itTheir ItTheir
Their first batter put up a high fly flythat flythat
that Josh Hapgood gracefully muffed muffedand muffidand I
and the fellow got second The itxt itxtman n at atman
man got ready to kill the ball and the thescore thescore
score scoreRight Right here I says to Jimmy Just Justas justas
as he pitched the ball plunkn my myright myright
right hand hard Into nly mitt < A lUtfe lUtfeSijulrt lttlequIrt
quIrt o somethin no one isut me c cuid cuidsee uld uldsee I
see shot out over the plate plateThe plateThe
The batter gave a kind o up uppressed Uppressed
pressed shriek tried to bat at the thhall thhalland ball balland
and most dropped the bat batStrike batStrike
Strike yelled the umpire He Hecould Hecould
could not say anything else or he hewould hewould
would have The ball split the plate plateWell plateWell
Well there was nothn dam doln with withthat Withthat
that batter He struck out and walked walkedaway waIneIaway
away rubbin his eyes ey s which was very verywater verywater
water waterThe waterThe
The next man was a daHgeroM hit hitter hittsr ¬
ter but just as he squared his hi shoul shoulders shpulders ¬
ders to kill a straight one I plunked plunkatlmy
my mitt again and he didnt come comewithin qomwithin
within a yard of it J3o fanned too tooThe tooThe
The next man Jimmy hit putting puttingtwo puttingtwo
two on bases Four balls want teth tethnext ts the thenext
next and they were full The crtwd crtwdwas orswdwas 1
was crazy and the Bransflolders werehopping were werehopping
hopping up and down like chestnuts on ona ona
a redhot stove stoveThen
Then a big fellow lay up agWiost agWiostone
one of JImmles S slow ones and put It Iten Iton
en a line over short My tramp out outfielder outfielder i
fielder was coming in fast to take it on onthe onthe I
the first bound but I saw hi his throw ud udnever mlnever
never reach in time leas Botnethin des desperate desperate ¬
perate was done And I was right rightthere rghtthere
there thereI
I knew that man on third would trv trvto tr trto
to spike me if I got in the way and r rrun rrun
run for the ball He came for me sure sureenough sureenough
enough spikes njke first but I let em go gobetween gobetween
between my legs and planked wy fc iiltt iilttright ltt lttrlgKl
right Jn his face at the same une time tlaereaching timereaching
reaching up and taking Bartons pretty prettythrow prettythrow
throw with any > > bare hand handThe ItaudThe
The minute I plunked my mitt the therunner therunner
runner had uttered a yell and turned turnedover turnedOver
over and tried to bury big hi face in the thesand tlesand
sand He lay two yards from the plate plateand plateand
and I had plenty o time to put the ball ballon ballon
on him and th tho < > umpire said h he was wasout wasout
out and it was our game 10 to 8 8The 9The
The Braasfielders would like to bar havkilled barkilled
killed me for knockln their man over oysrbut overbut
but their anger was tempered by h8 h8laziness hislaziness
laziness in not getting up and touchin touchinthe touckjnthe
the plate so we got out of town townaWre townaWreThat alive aliveThat
That was the only time I ever plnyed plnyeddirty plRyeddirty
dirty balL I had a little rubber bulb in inmy Inmy
my mitt full of bl somethin1 o am ammonia in inmonia ¬
monia that stinks like bikewell well I dont dontknow dcWtknow
know anything that comes up to it itOne ItOne
One wblfTH make a minister swear a ablue able
blue streak That was why those tel fellows tellos ¬
lows struck out whenever I plunked iny inytriltt mYmitt
mitt und that wa vas why that felloe felloehod feibo feiboh4
hod home
Senators Drop Out of Pacific PacificNational PacificNational
National league leagueOGDEN
4 4qGDEN
Special to The Herald HeraldHelena Heraldgelena
Helena AwS Au 15 1LAflst After Sunday Hel Helena HelOne ¬
One will be no longer in the Pacific PacificNational PacificNational
National league What the Helena Helenaflans Helenafans
flans have feared for some time has hascome hascome
come to pass Forced to the oondusion oondusionthat nclusionthat
that the p po3iIe eple of the PaclnV northwest northwestdo northwestlonot
do lonot net want league ball sufficiently to topatronise 1 1pittt013ie
patronise the game and brought fa fec fect e eto
to t fact nc with a financial problem that thatbecame thatbecame
became wore fcerlous as the daily de deficits 4e1lcIte ¬
ficits plied HP the Helena association associationla asaodatlnrthan
la han > beep compelled to give up the un unequal unequad ¬
equal struggle struggleAt
At a meeting of the ofllcers of tii tiiaMoelatlon tbiassociation >
association with Thomas A Mario Matlowthe w wthe
the bjtaker bker of the team at a the office of ofthe f fthe
the latter It wa was decided to withdraw withdrawfrom withdrawfrom
from the league A telegram was B sPt sPtto t tto
to AV K Lucas president of the theleague theleague
league at Spokane announcing the as associations associattions ¬
sociations determination to abandon abandonthe abandonthe
the Held Another telegram was sent sentto sentto
to Manager Carisch at Spokane direct directin directing
in ing him to disband the team after Sun Sunday Sunday ¬
day The manager of the Senators wan wandirected wasdirected
directed to use the money in Ms pos possession poesession ¬
session In settling up with the players playersas
as far as It would go and wad a state statement statemeat ¬
meat of the amount remaining due to toHelena toHelena
Helena The sum will then be for forwarded forwarded ¬
warded and the club put out of debt debtThe debtThe
The team ie i npt in g arrears to any ap appreciable appreclable ¬
preciable extent but there has been beensuch beensuch
such a constant drain upon the re resources resources ¬
sources of the club as to practically ex exhaust exbaust ¬
haust them themAt themAt
At the beginning of the season Mr MrMailow MrMarlow
Mailow who is president resldent of the Helena HelenaTraction eiena eienaTntcthon
Traction Light company guarant guaranteed guaranteedthe i ithe
the exrense of the club Since then thenllr thenMr
llr Marlow has been called upon a anumber anumber
number of times to pay deficits in the thetreasury thetreasury
treasury As the amount so paid out outW outwas
W was > 8 no small sum and there was ab abeoluteiy absolutely
eoluteiy no hope of an Unproved sit situation situtttion ¬
uation h he decided that it was neces necessarr neceear
sarr ear to withdraw withdrawJt S SIt
Jt is stated that Manager Cartsch Cartschthe Cartachthe >
the Senates may play the team in inGreat tlGreet
Great FaUejuor the next few weeks weeksThe weeksThe
The infbVmatlon inCohptationthat that Helena would woulddrop woulddrop
drop out of the Pacific National league leaguewas leguewas
was received in this city early yester yesterday yestorlay ¬
day Jack Grim immediately wired wiredWilliam wiredWilliam
William Binford former manager of ofthe ofthe
the Ogden team advising him what whathad whathad
had happened and suggesting that Og Ogdei Ogde
dei de at once apply for the franchise franchiseWord franchiseWcr4
Word was w received from Ogden lat iatevening latevening
evening to the effect that Binferd had haitelegraphed hadteiegraphed
telegraphed President Luc I4lgfts request requesting requesting ¬
ing that Ogdep be given giv Helena Helenasplace s splace
place but up to a late hour nothing nothingdefinite nothingdetinite
definite Had been received from the theleague theleague
league president presidentHowever prsidoptHowever
However there is but little doubt doubtthat doubtthat
that Qgdep wilt be given the Helena Helenafranchise Helenafranchise
franchise if it will at once put up the theforfeit theforfeit
forfeit money required by the league leagueto
to carry out the season This is ex exactly cxactly ¬
actly what Salt Lake fans fawould would Ilk Ilkto like liketo
to see as the oldtime Tivalrybetween TivalrybetweenSalt rlva1ty between betweenSalt
Salt L Iahe ke ana Ogden together with withbig withbig
big league baseball would be sure to tokeep tokeep
keep the game in these two towns at atfever ntCvag
fever heat Ogden by taking the thaHelena theHelena
Helena team would start out with a abetter abetter
better aggregation of players than thanSalt thanSlt
Salt Lake got when this town took tookthe tOokthe
the Portland franchise Helena has hassome hassome
some of the best players in the league leagueOH
OH O its team who together with suit suhmen suitmen
men as Gimlin and Hausen ought to togive t tgive
give the Junction City a strong team teamFrom teamFrom
From a story that appeared in the theSpokane theSpokane
Spokane Chronicle this week it would wouldappear wouldappear
appear that there are others who d dsire < 1 1Sire
Sire to put a team in Ogden The H Hel Helepta l lena
ena team is now in Spokane playing it itseries iN iNseries
series there The following would in indicate intileate ¬
dicate that it was known up there that thatHelena thatI3elea
Helena was about to make the mov movThose movThose
Those who are T ajeil ell informed in inbaseball ilLbgbj
baseball matters know that the Helena Helenabaseball Helenabasebali
baseball management has ha not met with withunqualified trilltunqualffle
unqualified success A A logins team teamdoes
does not inspire much enthusiasm or ordraw P Pdraw
draw patronage and the Montana Montanatown Montanatgwpt
town has been no exception to the gen general general
eral rule it has been hinted before befornow beforenow
now that Helena may not be in th thleague the theleague <
league next year and should that l lthe he hethe >
the case the baseball magnates will r rready he hersdy >
ready to consider some other town townfor townfor
for the circuit that offers a good pros prospect prospoet ¬
poet of supporting the game gameIf gatecIf
If this thing happens Harry Green Greenof Greenof
of this city may be the man who will
back a ball team in the town of Ogden
He states thathe that lie is considering th thsituation the thesituation
situation and should Helena drop out outan
an effort may be made to have the
Utah town take its place
Ogden is a town of about 38860 pop ¬
ulation on the Or Oregon gon Short L Line iv >
thirtyseven miles north of Salt Lake Lakand Lakeand
and the prediction is mad that It will
become a good baseball town townOGDEN
7 7I
Anxious to Get Helena Franohise in inPacific inPacific
Pacific National League LeagueV Leag
V btb facial to The Herald Herald5HnrAug HeraldQgu
Qgu > 5HnrAug Aug 15 15The The possibility of ofQgden ofOgden
Ogden taking the Helena franchise in inHie in1ltO
Hie Pacific National league has started startedthe stattenthe
the fans to talking again They he hav havIt ha haIt
It all figured down that the league win winbe willbe
be a winning proposition in Ogden Th Thtown Tbtown
town Is hungry for some good baseball baseballThe basehalThe
The irrigation congress is coming and andis aniis
is going to bring thousands of visitors visitorsto
to the city for about ten days in Sep September Sejtember ¬
tember Furthermore a a number of oftraveling
traveling baseball clubs are anxious f fr frdates r rdates
dates and games in Ogden on their war wavacross waractass
across the continent The nearness of ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake and Ogden would be another anotherstrong anotherstrong
strong feature in the league All thes thesthings the thethings
things would secure the support of th thgame
game for this season And next year yearft
it will be easy sailing EX erery ry string stringthat stringthat
that Ogden can pull to get the fran franchise franchitse ¬
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