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Their Ability to Willow aIl W Around Arwudf ArtandWon AroundWon
f Won the th Game GameEVERY GameEVERY GameEVERY
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if 4a a bunch of mud hens htn the Elders Ehllrtlave EIdertto
l tlsmve lave to doJT du thfir cup Up to the theDirty theDirty therri
rri Dirty Nora the mud eater on onthe onIIIlIway ons
the s Midway 11way at the fair grounds gr lJn could couldhad Couldb4
Jh mi had a feast that would havrae have huy huyBehhuanrlI
4jm4e Belehajcsara fanous Can ous feast 188t look looka look1i
1i Mk a cup of coffee and a sinker nkr down
t the ball yard yesterday y terday and rher rherwWMd rher1IGMJd her herud < >
wWMd ud still be enough E oticky fCtick May a left leftcftaslng
cMaging tn the ball players Bho snoffI s to towhle
tee f a whole trib o Digger Irdi tndhn ui
the diamond was us L slinuerv with withm4 withmud
mad mm a newly n wly frosen fee pond and an ana anda
a a result everything hit was sa >
If Lajole L and Hans Wagner could Cl1ur Cl1urD cuUlleeri
have Seen eeri D the way nr Iwtne m tne of those
T Miners JlIDeIlland and Elders hit the th haIl y iMr ir iroajr
oajr they the would to bt looking to toiiareIt their theirre
laarehla iiareIt re tha th t Champion batters of d the theimiveree thec theuavere
imiveree imivereeHOey uaverei
i c HOey Lynch as a Pitefcer PitefcerMicky Pi Pit kr kryMfrkr U UrYDc
yMfrkr Micky Tyncb the obstreperous obetre er08
third baseman of the Miners Jilin ni esave4 Yea
the t task of pitching and twwrtysere
bits were all the Rider 1deni did to him
I BttgJe 4wirled for the Saints am aAIJ1e art artaei i e
Illaes JI8ied aei out of the Kindness of their
hearts quit when they reached ntee n e
tee t tM4I Bvt t in spite of this th 4 discrepancy
ta hits hit the Misers won the game ame by a asoore aOOiof1btoit
soore OOiof1btoit OOiof1btoitSenieen of 16 to tot toteDteen 12 12eventeen
eventeen eDteen Elders left on bases tells
the t tale Micky Lynch was lucky
with the th hits ma4e off him hlmtbat that Is 1i
lucky compared with Bngle Ie The El EInerally ¬
ders d generally started to hit Lynch Lynchafter L7DChtwo Lynchaft
after aft r two men were out then just J t as it I
looked good for a a swat to clear the
bases bsa someone popped a fly up In the theair theair I
air that reached a fielders nit I
When the balls remained on the theground th throaaaCI theground
ground roaaaCI they were always safe fe Every
tIlDe an no InfieMer tried to stop one 0 he hegenerally belanded heeiiUy
generally landed on his bee bS 31 31ruaner TIrVer
ruaner tried to take two ban en a
hit he slipped 1IP 44 while turning at flrst flrstaad flru flrua
a aad had hard wofk to get Melt with withoat WIthoat withoDt
oat betas big put oat ontBner s
However in spite of these e slight dif difeuItIes
flenltles there were some wonderful wonderfulstoats wonderfulatta
stoats tsit pulled off Such a slight thing thingas th tha thingne
as a player ftIIdl fielding the th ball slipping tpptn tpptnaed
and faltta fait fsl1Ing down and then t ballI threwfnn th threwIn I fn a anuroar aI1UIDet aruansr
nuroar out from a sitting tUnlJ posture hap j
pined in every inning InninrXtoBahu Innln InnlnDo inningDonahue
XtoBahu Do and Davis Do a Stunt StuntDonahue StuntDoDah1le StuntDonahue
Donahue and Slats Davis pulled off
the test eat one on of these the stunts In the theseventh theeeventh
seventh th inning Innln Lynch sent a hot hotTbwsder
grounder aa4er down past the second bag
Donahue sakue ue made a long sg slide and andstopped andsop andstopped
stopped ed the ball He B e rolled over OV r and andwithout andwithout
without getting ttp P flred the ball to
Slats wide of the t base Stats reached reachedout reachedMat reachedout
< out his h gloved IfJove4hM hand slipped and went
dawn but held the ball and reaching reachln
back with his foot touched the bag bagpattlnt
vttlntr ttfD bin man out outrhe OutT4
The T4 ne Elders did their greatest damage J
in lAthe the fifth tth when eight hits brought l len tV tVen M
seven en rune In the eighth the Miner M1ueP4iglcattd
duplicated leated the trick and got t eighv eilJ elghtafe > e
hteglesoff Wuglei off Engle which netted nettedseyen ft 4m 4mn m mIUn
seyen n runs The weather was w Vher VhereWUy her
cMBly which made the players a well wellas wellas
as the spectators dopey TMe TIIii snm eummi
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asrnet runs Butte 0 Salt slt It Lake 4 two twobase
base hits Hansen Henley Ward X 2 Mc KrLynoh c I
Zevitt svUU Lynob baaes on WIll off Eagle EngteX
X I eff fi Lynch 1 struck out out by b Eagle 1 by
Lynch l ach 2 left en basss bs0 Salt slt Lake 17 17Butte 17hUe 17tte
Butte tte S double mays McKevltt to An Anderson ADDo ¬
y derson d aun Donahue Do to Babbitt to 0 DavIs Davtewild DaYJBwild DavIswug
wild ultch itct Bugle passed ball Anderson Andersonbases 8denon0Ia
bases on emma Salt 3t Ijake t > Butte ButtsIlk S Shit s1W
hit Ilk hy pitcher teh Runklef sacrifice bit bitJhMtte bitUmpire hitgle
JhMtte gle Umpire Grim Time of game gameUt camaAtte
Ut tJ Attendancechicago Attendance daaoeOcL J5C J5CChicago
Chicago Oct S aThe The American team teamwas teamcnate teamwee
was aaata ngS outclassed cnate todayln Wdag III 1 every de deaartmeat de deIfMrtMeat doptmit
aartmeat of the game The Tb Nationals NationalsMOrea Nttoautoat Natloimlnee
MOrea nee a shutout utoat Attendance 7 1a 1aR 0ft 0ftMore
More R H B E EaUonaJs BIi
aUonaJs M v K KAdtfeHeaas
AdtfeHeaas Tl 4 43 6
Batteries Bat BattmleWicker Wicker and KUug K Jc Patterson PattersonjA
1 jA dra3l auUtran Umpires u JolmsUme JOII and andaxAironrG aDdEA1iDIlfG andaTA1Dtha
axAironrG aTA1Dtha aTA1Dthaaulsc 07 THB TBAMS TBAMSIhnlnini T1IAKSJlad
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isattle isattleSeattle ssttbs 71 1e 5Z1 4 4t2Aho
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Seattle sttl We Oct IJIanIoa t Harmon was Invincible lavlneibleteaay Invincible0I03 vbIeI
teaay heMteir Bsokaae pokaae down do to two twoscratch twoa
scratch a bits H Hocg was hit hard With WithMW Witht1IID Withtea
MW sss eat l tIextIa a sixth cix Seattle aattl Ule made madesift madeaDd madeini I
sift siasjles ini and a double cIo1I k netting aettfn six sixMas sixM sixt
Mas t The Tb fielding was we fast on both sides sidesBapkas aldaR sidesUHE
uk 10 J4 J4eeH 4 4kane
Bapkas kane 0 2 s svatteriee 1 1sttrteaHarInon
= vatteriee sttrteaHarInon eeH Harmon riii and d Stanley si ie Hogg Hoggend fIo fIoaann Hogganon
end Hanson anon Umpire Lawier LawierITTKBirRa iawler7ITT3URG4
ITTKBirRa 7ITT3URG4 4 BOSTON STON 2 2Xiratea 2tratee 2Pirates
Pirates Take Third Game of Cham Championahip ChamI
I pionahip Series SeriesHoston hrieBOM BonesPosten
Hoston OM ton Oct 3 3Pit 3Pittsbnrr PitU bnrtr bur won the thirl thirlame tblr1f thirigame
game f of the worlda championship e p s
hfro hr today t defeating IIf the h4 CoKton AmTri AmTrian A ri riano i iam
< an ano PhlHipi > l pitched pltc Another lIuph sui up ih h hamU I Ijam IJ8mC
J8mC jam amU for Pittsburg holding Boston Bo ton t to I Ilour 1Jour
lour hits hit Hughes of th > Hostons wa was
kno knwked ke < j out of of the box in the third in inning inning ¬
I ning Young who cue suedt < Hlti d him was waseffective
1 effective bm his hi own error hHp hfl h1pd < d tMttx ttts ttJo
bury score so II run un In th the islith inning At ¬
tendance 1 1s > NX > 8ummiir SUIIUDIUR >
R R H HPittsburg E
Pittsburg Plttll Ul1r 4 cPhit 7 7n 755 0
floon n 2 4 4Litertes 2
Btten1eePhlI11ppI Litertes Phit Phlllippi pP and an Phrls PhI Hugha Huh
Young ant and Yiger < Tmpiiv OPay an and <
Connolly Connoll Attendance AtinduflceSt t tPndan < t 1S8W 1S8WSt 1 S19 S19St
St Louis O ut t t 3 3The The St Louis Ameri Americsna Amt Amencans > rI rIans
cans < had nw 1 trouble in winning from the
Nationals td F Pt weli > h pitched plte a care ¬ I
tn ful 111 game ame T I the h Am Atwrkanr rKanfc striking ut Aut1ght
Hght me Buits Pt h ttirnp t i rnt < did good work I
In the flelU iiejnrp 1 IIIIf s300 sWJUH Soon SoonH s ScoreFt rt I
H H K i inierIran I IAmtrirans
Amtrirans nfOrk nierIran ns f u 7 7atinnle 2 2allon3111
Nationals 0 Jj I S
Batttrien HattrisPowIl > I Powfll and Sugden > n McFmrI MtNr j
land and UNelil U XeHl S I
The names of the > player are > beginning at left on back TOW 1owSwindells Swindells catcher
die Ie Runkte > shortstop short tip Martin piu pitther her Roach Roa h pitcher > itcher Lynch third baseman middle
row beginning at left lltBandelin Bandelin pitcher Shaffer first baseman Wilmot left fielder McHale fielder Mid ¬
catcher Dowllngr pitcher Henry catcher manager financial manager McKevltt right fielder Ward second oasematr Anderson
Pacific Pa if National League Le gue Plays Its Last ast Games 6 mesSalt Salt Lake LakeIn Ial < e ehI
5 hI In Last L LastPlaceThe st Place lace The Latest Dope of ofInterest ofInterest ofInterest
Interest to The Fans
The baseball season 011IR in the Pacific PacificNational PacificN
National N Jonal league e ends end today with withanes withat
gme anes at Salt 9al Lake and Seattle Se AM
far as aSlt Salt Lake ta concerned contern t d fj tMe sea season HalIOn ¬
son has been the greatest teBt In the his history hlstor hIstory ¬
tory tor of baseball In the city There has hasbeenrmore hasbeflrmore hasbeeirmore
beenrmore baseball and a better class classof C1a8 C1a8of classof
of baseball ba than ever before The at attendance atteaclaDce attendence ¬
tendance throughout the year ha bs been beensuch Me Mete beeisuch
such as te convince the magnates ma at 8 sef f the thePaciflc tbePacUIcNorthweet thePacific
Pacific PacUIcNorthweet Northwest orthwet that Salt Lake Lakea JAkebue 0 0a
a baseball bue town la as good as any H Hthem C Cthem
them cad od has made it easy saWng ssfltn f tCP tCPthl forthis or orthis
this thl city ctt in the th thtuture future Salt Lake fin finhesat fir1sha4t
hesat the bottom of the list but this thisno tillSIs
Is 1 no discredit to thetown the town when it t in intaften lutaJt 1 1tat
taften tat n into consideration the way tji tjimanagement the UtPwanaprnent theianagement
management of the team has been jug ju juggled
jrted from a pillar to post M t smce sine the t e town townwas townas townwas
was as admitted into the big bl league It Itis ItIe ItIs
is safe te to say 1 that a majority T of the thefans thefau thefans
fans are well satisfied wttJi 1th the t gen general genera u uera ¬
eral era I outcome of the year y ar aridf an cf will now nowrest nowt flowtest
rest t t easy with the assurance that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there will be a dUIerexit dUre t story to wtell wtellnExt tell tellnext
nExt next Mdu
There will be two twgitia games at atWalkerl atWalkerlhis Walkers Walkersthis WalkertblB
this t his afternoon the first one lM8t beginning beginningat nlA nlAat
at a t I oclock Wiggs W and Roach are arescheduled arecheduJed arecheduled
scheduled s to pitch the tJaefInt first game lI1e and amiIn a alit andi
In h i all probability loser and Baadelitt BaadelittwBl DancJeUttWIll
WIll 111 oppose oppo each other in the th second secondUmpire eeconclUmpire secondame
g ame
0 0Umpire
Umpire Colganleft Colgan 1eft tt for home yester yest yenterar r rColpn ¬
day d ar Colgan lives at Homestead Pn Pnthe P Pthe Pr Prhe
the t he town that first made e Rube WaddEl WaddElfamoua Waddelf WaddelfCamou WaddeHimouw
Camou f imouw and a great center ceD for base baseball baBeball baseall ¬
ball b all players Colgan has been an um umpire umpire urnIr ¬
pire p Ir for years and has served rvett time t1m ia iathe IItllit Inbe
tt the t be big leagues He was considered consideredthe
ti the t he beat umpire on President Lucas LucasStan Lucagby Lucataft
Stan i taft < by many m of the fans fansJacvOrini faB faBJadt
50 50JMtGrftn
JacvOrini Jadt Grim umpired d yesterdays 7terdaysaa4 gaLe gaibeand gaLesid
and a sid pv gave ve good satisfaction tW etJon Ortnt Ortntwffl Grtnaat GIIiflwilt
wilt at handle baIaletlle the indicator again today todayvw toc1ayOnce todayOnce
vw vwOnce
Once a basebaB fan always a base baseball baseafl ¬
ball b afl fan seems to be a true tl e saying It Itwas ItwuthoUlfht Itwag
was wuthoUlfht thought among the fan fahere fans here that thatHarry thatHarry thatHarry
Harry Joseph was on t tfJe te e retired I t d Jit Jitbut IJ8tbut itut
but b ut according accordln to the Eureka Reporter ReporterHarry Reporterarry Reporterrry
Harry rry must have another managerial managerialbee
bee bussing in his bonnet That pa patter paUYS paer ¬
tter er says Harry 8 S Joseph came cameout cameout cam camut
out o ut from tn m the capital Sunday to look lookafter lookarter lookfter
after a fter hip mining m mJDm < interests and Jncf Jncfdentallyrlpojt Incldntal1y tocientaflytoq
dentallyrlpojt dntal1y d entaflytoq in the ban game between betweenthe betWEeftthe betweenhe
the t he Cleavetands CINv ah4S and Blue BI Rocks Mrv Mr MrJosephs Mrosepha
Josephs J says that t t next season h hwants bwaftt he hewants
wants to see a fetrcrteam TninAng 1111n1 camp CJI1P1tL8Ue camPeague
league l eague in Utah Utahc t7tahcOitnis1ng comprising the camps campsof eam eamof campsf
of o f Eureka Mercur ercur Park City CIt and andBmgham anaBingham andRtngham
Bingham The mine mn owners uw of the thestate tbeetate thetate
state s be says say would be willing to hang hangup hanffup hangup
up a big fat purse or valuable pen pennant pennant pennant ¬
nant to go to to t the team winning the thelargest theInra theargeIt
largest l t number of games gimes during th thseries ttit ttitnes tbseries >
series nes In this th way there could tx a agood aaOOd agood
good baseball garni am at each 4 ach of the theabore th thaboYe theabove
above camps every other Sunday Sun ay The Theproposition TheIropoalUon Thepreposition
proposition is certainly worthy of CMI CMIsideratdon cnieid m mIII
sideratdon III eid ratso rattoi and we trust it will be become be become become ¬
come In reality next season as it would wouldmean wouldman wouldmlbn
mean much for this and the other othercamps otllercIDDII othercajuns
Here Is what Manager 1 IJr Dugdale of the theSeattle
Seattle team has to say about players playerssalaries plaT8l8alarlea
salaries for or next season and also the thereasons Olerea8OftSpr thereasons
reasons rea8OftSpr fpr the release r lea e of Billy Hulen HulenNo HUlenNo HillenNo
No club can pay ay the salaries the theminor theminor theminor
minor clubs have baLd ald for all their theirmen theirmen theirmen
men and live through many J1 uly years yearsrays yearsnays
rays Dugdale We have been carry carryIng carr carrIn carryng I
Ing In i ng some eom lob lobsters trB on salaries that good goodmen goodmen goodnen
men get and next year f nr It will be dif different dl dlferent ¬ i iffrent
ferent With the < end of the war U1 the thesalaries thesalaries
salaries pnd to any player > r will be becut beut becut I
cut < ut down I do not no mean by this that thata
a good man wiil not get his hi money moneybut mont moneybut > I Ibut
but any player demanded a high sal salary saIany ¬ 1 1ary
ary this year ear If a man i is good Ie hewill Iewill Iewill
will get Just as much next yearas year at he hedoes hedoe hedoes
does doe this thl The management does not notloee not10e ot ot1oot
loee but the run fl of ordinary ordlnar players playerswill plaenwtIJ playerswill
will have ha to come orne down downWe d downWe n nWe 1 I
We ha o > been ilaying la lng good ball in inSeattle InattIe InSeattle
Seattle attIe Sliue 811 Huien Hul n was released we wehave wehave wehare
have done well which shows where wherethe wherethe
the men arc Hulen is a good player playerbut playerb playerbt I
but b t a man most be sfcle 14 1 to run his histvn histwo I
two tvn bueinesfT bUllne buslnesior or step out ut That at Is the thei I I 3 I
i canon Hulen wa wao released reJeR We are arestronsrer arefootrongr aretrnngr
stronsrer than formerly and all the theiricMi then themen
men n i1 are ar < worklnsr s orklnRto orkine together togetherThe togetherThe ethtr ethtrThe
The towns that the are to be in i the theUr theu the1zgu
1zgu Ur u < not year have not yet been beenselected beeneelected beenselected
selected but President Lucas has hasbeen baabeen ha habeen
been looking over OY r the field Id so that thatve thatwe thatwe
we can make a wise srleetton He lievisited has hasvisited ha havlslle
visited the th towns of Vancouver and andVictoria andVictoria andVictoria
Victoria and will be able to report on onthem ont outhem
them t m at our Ur net meeting meetingMui meeIttnJl
0 0Manager
Mui Manager r Wiilianui of the Spokane Spokaneclub 8pokaneclub upokaneclub
club and Manager eager Dugdale of the tbeEttIe Ser Serettle Sq Sqattic
attic club are considerably Ou < idnably worried worriedabout worriPdabout worriedabout
about two of 0 their pitchers and it Hbound hbound H Isbound
bound to cause ca8 some trouble before the thematter thematter thematter
matter is finally settled by the > na nationnl l ltiohnl
tionnl board of arbitration The > com committee om ¬ I
mittee in Xtav > Yuk rtc r reeeHt1r 4ut iiiiv mlifted mliftedthe ruLiIiedthe tl tllulttec i
the draft of Puttraan from the Helena Helenateam Helenateam Helenateam I
team This looks jis a though there t re had hadbeen badteen hadbeen
been some aomepaevlou previous d dP doal al ll between b tW f1 New Newo
York and Helena and a d that Spokane SpokaneI SpokJfwu
I I was wa left out President Williams WDltamsI lie
lieves however that t at hewill he Will ftftalry 1I1ya be beawarded M
I awarded a 1arded to Spokane SpokaneThe Sp6ttaneThe SpbkneThe
The other twirler causing his hi mana manager maD maDger an anger ¬
ger trouble is Hlckey of o Seattle He Hehag Heha Hehas
hag been awarded to Cleveland ee1and and andmay andmay aidmay
may be compelled to go there nejct nejctyear n nstyear t tyear
year Dugdafe says he was offered ott otttor o1fer o1feriitOOo
1000 for him ten days before he was wasawarded wasawarded S Sawarcled
awarded to Cleveland but it baa ba never neverbeen nenJn neverbeen
been n his purpose to cheapen the th team teamso team teamso
so he will probably lose both the man manand maDand manand
and the 1000 1000Tacks 1000Tacke
0 0 0Tacks
Tacks Parrot formerly of the 151 151dent EIde 3IderL
dent de wfco WbO was released and then thensigned t ttcned thensigned
signed bv cre he Southern lencj 18it is rivfct r t
In the game for next year It is I l SOW SOWannoUnced ow owannounced
announced that U t he has sign e signed 191at < l with tile theCincinnati tileClncln tileCincinnati
Cincinnati Clncln aU National league team teamThe teamS teamThe
The TIt PUtsburg correspondent of orLite 4he
Sporting Life says 78 Thompson oa ate
Montana pitcheii pl has Weft glvlHg gll tile tltemanagement ii iima
management ma nt fair t work workfor for his te sdHjn3 8d 1
and ad It looks ae If he mould uid Id be kept In I Iseveral
several games ca he wofk wotIwl d well enough
to allow the Premiers to win lie He1M ia iaspeed igepeed
epeed thats Uaat certain earish Canishcatcher Ari h hts htscatcher hhlcatcber
catcher has been doing the bench beU Dr art rC
Smith being beID assigned a 1l Bed to pitch for the theman theman theman
man Pfelster was given his sec4Wid sec4Widthance
hence against the > PhllJIea one uI day
last week The Quakers were pickhte
them out that day da and he had to hunt huntcover htcover hwitcover
cover Still the young Ioun man has th the theactions e eactions r ractions
actions of a good lefthanded twirled twirledand twlr twlrand twirand
and there are many people sure ore he will willbe rUtkept willbe
be kept in preference to Wlnham WInIaamWM the tiElad
lad secured from the Worcester Wor eter team teantMarshall teamMarshall teamMarshall
Marshall the th California Delehanty Delehantymay DelehaDtmay Delehalitymay
may be sent to the outfield outfieldWbrd
4 0 C CWbrd 1 1Word
Wbrd comes from Seattle Utat the theCoast th thco theCoast
Coast t outlaw team has lost the neat neatsum neatm neatsUm
sum m of 1 3150 160W In trying tryln to buck Bug
dale up there the the past season Thfc Thfcwill T14EWill
will be good news ne to all loyal fans fanswho fanswho tanswho
who believe bel ve in organised baseball If Ifit ItIt IfIt
it had not been for the outlaws on the theooaat th thcoast
coast this year the baseball puMie out outthat O outthat t tthat
that way wa would have been given ifn a aMtter abetter
better article of baseball there > would wouldhave voUldhave oulet
have been no big bl waste of money by bythe
the magnates and the situation would wouldbave I Ihave
have been much better for the players JlIyprpUblic p1ayerpublic
public and the men who put un their theircdin theircOin theIrcOin
cOin to keep the game me going The Se Seattle Stattle Scattic > ¬
attle outlaw club will et but little littlesympathy littlesympathy littlesympathy
sympathy from the public of SoattL SoattLThe Sea SeatiLa tt ttThe
The optimistic Clarke Griffith has hasdiscovered hasdJ9COveredaaither hatdlscored I
discovered dJ9COveredaaither another cawte ca for joy He Hebelieves HEbeJieve IItbelieves
believes that he h n in the th recently recentlyacquired rECentlyacquired recentIacquired
acquired Ambrose Aznl rose Puttmann P u ttrnann former formerly formerly formerly
ly with Helena Bud i pokane a pitcher pitcherwho plt pitehetwho < hf > r rwho
who will prove 10 > n phenomenon Grlf Griffith Grlflith Grlff1tt ¬
fith says Ny even vpn Si S Seymour never nevfrmade nevelmade
made a ball do th thn < stunts which Put PuteehleveL Putachieves i iachieves
achieves Puttniann i six feet two twoinches twoInche tW tWinches
inches of bon anT an l muscle and the theHighlanders theHlghlandere theHighianders
Highlanders havent been hf > tn able to con connect CODnect eonnect ¬
nect in practii r I with wit any respectable respectablepercentage Tfspf respectablepercentage > etable etableJrcenta t
percentage of liitf hi ii deliveries dpl ri s
The Spokane 1 hronielc hr ui l says y s that the theSpokanea theSpoJeane theSpokanes
Spokanea will winter an follows Cap Ca Cataln ¬
tain tam Hulseman Hul eman will return to his home homein humeIn S Sn
in i n St Louis Durrett to Terre Haute HauteCarney HauteCarney HauteCarney
Carney to Rockford Minn Delsel to toCincinnati toCmcinnaU te I ICincinnati
Cincinnati Klopf has his home in Soe Soekane SJO Spokane
kane and will 111 remain there Prary Prarywill Frar FrarwlII P PwIllspend
will wIllspend spend the winter months in Se Seattle Sea Seattle ¬
attle a ttle Hanson will w ll go to Los Angeles AngelesSlagle Angel AngelesS
Single td Kenton Or 0 and Hogg H to Pu Pueblo PUeblo Puebb > S
eblo ebb Colo Cob Dammann andFerris azul F f8 are areSpokane areSpokane are areSpokane I
Spokane boys and Nordyke will 118 118Inke also alsomake in
make Spokane his home homeBARLEY borneBARNEY inp
+ New York OA t lA A large crowd erowdat + f j
4 at the Empire City tr trick k saw aw Barney + L r
4 + Oldfield and an Hnr nr > Page lower the thef theworitis + I
+ f worlds record rNordfor for fifteen miles aAd 4 j 1 1Oldfield I IOldileld
+ 4 Oldfield break all records r ords from thi th thseventh +
4 seventh to the th > end of the dfteentb Ilftaenthmile + 1
+ mile today It was wa a match race ee with withforty +
4 + forty horseDOwer honfl > oower motors Oidfields 4
4 time for the fifteen miles was four fourteen 4 +
4 0 teen minutes and thirtyfive seconds r I
4 + Pages time > wa was fifteen minutes
4 seven and oneIHth seconds tce The Theprevlou
4 4 previous record was sixteen > n minutes mlnut
+ ten and fourflfths t seconds > Oldfield Old ld
4 led from start tart to finish and nd wds tIi
+ timed at the end of each mile a as f fol folows ol
+ lows towsFirst ows owsFint
4 + First mile 104 second 2 21S CIi 6 thir thlnt
4 + 104 4 fourth 4KB 4 26 6 flifth 501 sixth
+ 5 5i1 7 45 seventh 454 54 4 14 eighth T2 71ninth
4 + ninth 849 tenth 945 eleventh S
4 + W41 46 twelfth t e1fth 11 11311 45 thirteenth
4 1237 1 15 fourteenth IllS 13 fifteenth fifteenthBout ftft nth I
H 14i5
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + S
Bout Was W Past FastPhiladelphia PastPhUadflphlft PastPhUadeiphls
Philadelphia Oct O t 3 3Trry Terry McCovern MGov o
and Billie Wllliii IUI a local I fighter sparred spalr 0
six ix rounds at the National Athletic dub dubafter cia b
tonight The bout 1isf st from begin n C
ntn < t ti end and Willis Vlll l irud rll a dimelt 4IdICt It
PIU prutiGp ti for McOoVeII1 He va
knocked 4owooaca oWnonce In tbe ttt tt fiat pttnd
after er thai thA he held ht IH ground well wellmuch undIt
took much punishment but didfnot dd tot ai apJeu apeti
greatly t distressed dlstre8 d at th the Hnish n6f
f 0
Big GolIegBs Have Easy Picking PickingWith PickingWUhMinor PickingWith
With WUhMinor Minor Teams TeamsVALE IeamsYALE
OF ml NG
1 1New
New Haven Conu Oct S Tale 1aleVnlventty 41
University of Vermont t In the first firsthalf tlrstbait
half the Yale > regulars took tork ta k up the th Ver Vermont Ve Vemot ¬
mont line 11 but in illt 1h the second f half the theteammade thetnJQRlad
teammade team made UD n of substitutes showed up
IK prort orty afUhmixh hou h thtr t men as 5 individuals
w were fte re 1lettr b er r than tae light Vermonters VenftOB
The T Tale 3e h haltoackrthroughout the game gamepiaved lJID
PlaYed with xre ft4aaft Ji n and bore the t
hrunt of the h work worktear1f ietc lf Mitchell Mc ¬
Coy io and tieper rtniamg the ends en well In
the center < ter of the the1I Ttoe ehottever however Yale Yaledkl Yaledklnot dW dWnot
not do ieretl o W en ll Jtt 1tfl I Yale used twenty twentyH
ellmt y 1
J1A i iC
H Karvand nrad 6W 6 > of 0 f ITnine0 ITnine0Ca aihO k4ne 0
Ca C cthdd > HbrMe p Vas x Oct iHUvard iHUvarda Harvard Harvardinade
inade a lamentable tabl showing showl against qafaattbe the
Universityo Iqt r Maine this afternoon wtn wtnnmt
nmt by braee a eedre o ot < to ft 0 The ThevesJed Thegauze JII8 se
vesJed AO J new features in Harva Harvahoi Hrd pia play
hoi It eiiipbaalsed the fact taettut iae that the crim crimson ¬
son lineIs 11 flon Is f tar r from Impregnable Tfte Tb TbHarvard
1 Harvard backs worked well together but butas butthe
as the Harvard team was much tbe
heavier their showing was very dtamp dumpV I
nolntlnx nolntlnxErinoetOH IJOhitllhBrlnaotox V
ErinoetOH 5 Georgetown 0 0Prtoceteu I
Prin Prtoceteu N J JOctaPrlneetott Oct i 1PnIncetoi Princeton met lII t
Oeontetown this afternoon In a h hard rd I
fe insight Mht ht Mne and scored only tire points pointsI
I Georaetowji aeoreco play saved a very aggressive aggressiveames
ames a4 a f4 three tunas tun held heldPrlDcetoa Princeton for I
downs Offside plays and a fumble at atcritical
critical lIUcaliAoments moments characterhued < th tb1 game p i I
The first half closed without a dcore
tn n the second le half Foulke made a long
run run around left end and D Dc Witt Vftt < erQIIIIIed s j
with the bail mal aA the first aDd omy
scm I II
Yesterdays Football Results ResultsAt R88ultsOblcaWo
At Chicago firsthalfChicago first lIaltChJcqo U In intiJtfl
diina diinaAt tll1 tiJtfl n t tAt 0At
At Lmcoln Lft1 LhoInNebraeka oln N tbra braka ka O South Da
ktta kotaAt <
At Ann ArborMichigan ArI > orMicbigap Si Case c 0 0 t
At Minn MinnaolisIuirsrelty linnt anolis nollslnhty University of Qanojt Minnetu Minne Minnesota ¬
sota ojt tu 4 1 > jrinnell < jrinnellAt I If
At f Amherst Amher Amherstnhorst t Amhfrst mhr t 34 Colby 9 11iiiiamstownW1i1Ims
At Williamstown 1iiiiamstownW1i1Ims Yilllam U6Jne 18 Laur Laureate Laureate ¬
eate pat Bout Bo t dub < lub 11 ItAt 11At 11C LaurI
At C Philadelchiu PblladelohiJPnnsylaI Pennsylvania W Le
high hlJlhAt 0 0At 0At
At West pst PointW PointWJt st Pelnt Petnt1i Petnt1iAt 17 Tufts Tof 0
At Providence Provldennrown Brown 11 llj Wesleyan W u 0 t
At Hanover HanorDartmoutll Dartmout It Holy Holyrll
Cross rll s 0 0At 4 4At t tAt
At Itrunswick Me MeBowdoh eBo BowdeiR R IS 1 New
Hampshire State college 0 0At 0 0At tiAt
At St LouisAVasninpton university H
Rose Polytechnic Institutp 11i lictituteAt t1tut 4u
At Iolumbus t O Oohio Ohio State university
Vittenburjf lttenbur 0 OA CAt
At A t Easton PaLa Payettellf FaEUe 11 Gettys ¬
burg college iiIege 0 0At OAt 0At
At ViliiiixnsDort iIl 1msDOrt Fa PaCarle Carlisle Indians
12 l Bncknoll 0 0At OAt 0At
At Midson Wis WisCnlfTSity University 0f Wcon Wconsill
sin IS l XuDcrville o oAt oAt ftAt
At Ithaca N Y YCornell Cornell 11 HocheB HocheBter Rochete Bochestee
tee te 0 0At 0At
At Lincoln Ntb NtbNfbrMlca Nebraska 23 South I
Dakota DakotaAt U UAt
At Chicago Ch ChIcagoNorthwestern Northwestern Northwe tern 23 Lom ¬
bard 0 0At 0At
At At 1 New York YorkColumbia Columbia 36 Union t
At AtCh Chicago ChlcaoInlverslty University of Chicago 34
Indiana e 0At4np
JVt At At4np aa Arb ArbeetTn4verty tHrt rirnversity ven1ty ojt o Michigan Mkh n
Si 21CsseScrendf1c CaeeTfentlffc eae r ntltfc school Cleveland Clt > v lard O i C > I
At Minneapolis MiJtneaooltsl1nnesota Minnesota 49 Grin Qrlnnell Grinnell t3rftinellt
nell nellt nelltAt
nellAt At Laftvette Ind IndPurdue Purdue 17 Belolt B lott o oAt 0At I
At Champaign Ills 1I115lIIloole Illinois 29 Knox Knoxcolleite Knoxco lCno lCnocoflegei
colleite co coflegei 6 6At G GAt
At Lawrence Lawr Kan Kaneniver University lty of Kan Kansos S I
sos a 34 State Agricultural college 0 t I
At Stanford University Cal Ca18tanford Ca18tanfordI Stanford StanfordReliance
I Reliance RellatlOtAt ft ftAt 0At
At Berkeley Berk BerkeleyUniversity eLnl University > rlllty of California CaUonuaNaval
51 N Naval val Training TrahaJ school 0 0At OAt 0At
At Iowa City Clh8tat State university unive tt 29 State Statenormal StattnOm1 fitatenormal >
normal nOm1 l 9 9At eAt 0At
At Den Molnes 3llolnesDrakfuniversit 3llolnesDrakfuniversitPenn Drake university 43 43Pvnn 43Penn
Penn college ool 0 0At 0 0At
At Washington P PaVashtngton Washington and andTetteraon ftfl ftflJefferson I
Jefferson college col le 21 Marietta college collegeWheaton J U UWOXAS
Wheaton III Oct 3 3Tbe The womans womanlI11a na ¬
tional do goK championship belongs IteI hca to Miss Mis naS S
Besvfo Anthony ofthe ot tbeo Glenview Gf r vl w ehl eb > 5 5She
Chicane She made a runaway match of 0
he gain gaaie with Misas MIs Anna Carpentet > t of o f
WestwardMo in the finals niJs of the th cham championship crnmplonhlp chmplonshlp ¬
pionship over the Wheaton coursr today
taking the lead at the t fourth hole and andat am I Isteadily
ltealI steadily increasing It until the end came cameat a aat
at the twelfth hole Miss Anthony Ant Jny < win vrlnning S Snln11Pad
ntqpd ning 7Wiu 3 to play Considering g the theweather thtweather th C Cweather
weather conditions a thirtymile gale galeBWeetfhkg gal e eawseping
BWeetfhkg J over the eo course during < the en ¬ Stire
tire play la lay Miss Anthonys game w ws s re reouu4cable re remi4cabie
ouu4cable bI Only twice was she in trouble troublegetting troublegettIng
getting tU into the bunker guarding e the first firs t
hole on a long braacy shot and driving drivh a
o 6t Ut t of bounds in the he seventh Miss Car Carpen Oarpouter
pen pouter tel on D the contrary played in woe woey
f1aD fufly y bad form Seven bunkered shots shotsand ahotsaDd shot 5 5and
and two ball driven Into the wide pood poodguarding pen ti tiguErditig
guarding the nintH nlnt amI and tenth boles tell 1e Ii
the story tory of her defeat t
This to probaMy the last golf tourna tournament tournament tournament ¬
ment Alii 4im Anthony will ever t Vtr figure fj ur > In ii t I
She win b be married WiL rriw Nov Z to U S Home HomeThe C
l The P1The P1 medal ecoren Mis AnthonyOut AnthonyOuti I I
0 Ii 5 6 i I 5 3 6 i I r 3 total 49 ln 3 I 5 6 4 i
1fp t6 out 6 iI 8 S 8 7 6 6 3 I I t
total i tI1 8
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So S o Says hlome Home Run Haggerty HaggertyHe He Tells of o oj Some 50pte Re Remarkable Rem Remarkable ¬
markable m llable Stunts That Once On Happened eHappenedIn HappenedIn
In One of Them
CItlEnGrer ClndnnaU I Enaulrer
I Ever since lICe the alfalfa ma made le their great greatwestyax
1 tweaty twetltJleax t ix atraialvt games p ftateh tehln m cort cortroDoers OIro Coritropoers
roDoers iUagu agu and won me champion championntn
a ntn nt irom the doveraaies cIoV lfO by a half o oone qmae of
ob one o ne Del cent I have been opposed ed to postt postbeMOn post
t beMOn b > ason Kamee said Hom Homkt1in Uun Haifser Haifsertv Ii Iitv
tv t v TiiereH Theft It nouunr ir em IIL Play l y ra ravour iiiour 1
vour our own leamet finish u tt t the season seasonwnether onwbetllw
wth wnether w von u finish nl8lt first nn or eighth and amithen andtb4m anden
then th tht en back to the theWOOds woods or the he railroad or orih
ih t he corn orn hushing or fall plowing ploWI 5 for
t voura ours ura lint sMesteo the jMWt IN poetseason tson ea on sc scThat
rt n sa and Jet eat 11 lilt tIMtMack the b5eksto lO
That rha was a thrilling thrlU Ut Windup we made madthat
that t v4ar 4ar ar Rand Vaa RentMelaer and andLamu
i Lamu l amn mn Hvmes worked wor UK U Ilka machines lira thinet every everyotiur ev r rt
otiur o t day a and slimly couldnt be touches toutMti
i i 1 caueht every game hme e without the sew aemI
I i llance lla W anee of a passed baH U or an error and andI aDdhalt andatted
I hatted halt h atted at an 860 G eIht din The > infield worked workedUk
j like Uk li ks clockwork an a atid the t ree outfielders outfieldersonlv uutfletdeonlv
onlv o nly missed m two files In the wtentylx wtentylxxames wtenty x xaune
xames a and thev made no difference in inthe Inthe
the t he scoring So it wae C wonder we felt feltelated feltfllltM
elated e when we uUlUa D IlfQ down the prize prizemoney prlzmoney
money m oney Josh J b Ha Raod od ave us for wi winflins winflinshe nDing nDingthe J Jthe
td the t he nejinaat tad made preparations J to todtafeand todtaband
dtafeand d tae tJIDext > next day dayBut e eHut
But down d i ht m the southeast lt corner o oClover 0ver
Clover O kvet ver count there was an ambitioun ambitiounlittle amblUoUlilittle
little l town called Baldwin which was wasreoresented wasren
reoresented ren r nted bv a a nine In hi the > Apple Belt
tea 1e l eaaue ue The olavers were mostly young youngellows
fellows f who were earning earal their first real realmonev realmOney
mOney at baseball h and didnt put up a aBaldwin Itn
v ery n snrkJlnt rcJf1t1t article of the came but butBaldwin
Baldwin B aldwin was crasy erasv over them Though Thoughthevd
thevd tll t vd cnlv finished fourth in the Apple Appleelt
Belt B elt league they tb had the nerve to chal chalenre
lenre l enre the AhtfalraS toa te a series rietl of games
for f or the chamotonchhi of Clover Clo county countyand countyn
and a n nhi the tb Baldwin Hooterwhich Boater which was the thename thenaJlNl theame
name n of their t unset raised a purse of
VSS 1 21S to be given the players of the win winirinr
irinr ntn t team tenrnHapgood t1ftHapgood teamHapgood
Hapgood Wanted the f250 f250To 250 fSO fSOTo
To sav t that we were eager eae A Athem to set at attbelm
them t is ptttttnir It Itpltld jnlW josh Jo h Hapgooa Hapgooan
n Ilai 4 t a wok ot of heavenly Msv aJy bliss m his h eyes eyestnat eyesnt
tnat r it does a man good to see when he heread herfd
read r their l challenge ehaJleMeWbeA Wben he came to tothe totbe
the t he KM nan of lte almost cried for forirtv foriov
irtv j oy
5 1 bone he said as ae read the let letter letsr ¬
ter tt t sr 1 hone they havent ha YEIlt used up ail ailtbelr allIbetr au
heir t money money and will have a little left to towit touut
wit n ut down on tbe tb BIde sMeThat BIdeThat sideThat
That hone we wsa M echoed by an of us and andwe andwe
we uult mavinK ooker aad Kelly pool poolwtth poolwith
with eMU monev sos wed hAve more morethat III morehat re rethat
that t we could double up upThe upT1ttr
The eerie rtea was wlufarranJled arranged to be the best bestthree be6tthree
three in five ftV MMMea iestht the first two to be beplayed beDIQed
played p at Alfalfa AltaP the UMIeeond second two at Bald Baldwin BaldI ¬
win and the deciding ecIcIt name If necessary necessaryno
no a neutral field An umpire from the toeSunflower theSunflower theSunflower
Sunflower Jeanu leacue I in Kansas anzas was secured securedand
and = DCI the series began bexanWe beganVe
We w Ve took t the e two wwne at Alfalfa be before be ¬
fore f ore biff crowds bv scores of 7 to 1 and andto
to 0 Thv coM4at onWnJt 404e ib < any anything thing with withwell withReo withReazie
Reo e ad LaB10 Jtted a ad though h they played playedweU playedwell
well in the field we batted their pitchers pitchershard pitchershard pitchershard
hard enotnrh to win without Ithout trying at all allAnd aUAnd allAnd
And then we went to Baldwin One Onemore OnemOre OnemOre
more came and the tt RIO and all tbe side sidebets JttdeIHtts skisbets
bets wed we rit et uo Would comet our way wayWe wayW wayWe
We W got into tbe came EL that day before b tOle a ahowling ahowllnK ahowling
howling mob lRo of uocjeopIe 4J06 people and got plarM plarMto
to a standstill You never saw a reversal reversalof
of form like that Baldwins DldIIUIahowed showed But Btttan ButWfi Butas
an we would w uid WA couldnt lose em and andReKKie andRe andBoggle
Boggle Re de not his bumps that day for fair fanAfter fairAfL4tten L
After AfL4tten ten desoerate desoer3telartbftaklnc desoer3telartbftaklncbumDE heartbreaking heartbreakingbumoe hearthreaklfllbarnes
barnes the Baldwins won 14 to 13 be because be81i1ll berasp ¬
cause 81i1ll Pinch Hobbs made a wild throw to tofirst tofirst tcL
first In the th tenth with two down and a aman aman a aman L
man on third PInch made so few errors errorsthnuxht errorstholIrht encorethowht
thnuxht that be was excused ex WIed and we welooked welooked
looked l forward to taking the next days dayscame day daycamp dayisame weI I
A A Kind of SeeSaw SeeSawThat SeeSawTnat
Tnat was as the same kind el d of a seesaw seesawfight see aw awtight r
fight First we were ahead and seeossI then thenthey theDthey thent I
they were They batted last and that thatwon thatWOft thaiI t
won for in the ninth I Jimmy Harrison Harrisonand HarrlsoAand HarrisOiand I
and Henaessv our left fielder flei er came to together to togther ¬
gether going < for a fly and let In two tworuns tworunll toI I
runs 5 Sk it was uP to us to play the de deciding deedlnK dociding ¬
ciding game on neutral grounds groundsAnd groundsAnd
And thats where the mistake was wasmade wasmade Wa C
made In agreeing to that neutral neutralgrounds neutralgrounds neutra WaI I
grounds proposition Josh Hapeiood H neutraI had hadmade hadmade hacmade I
made the worst error crr 1r < of his baseball II ca career carftl enreer ¬
reer He had let his h love for gbld run runaway I Iaway
away with him htmteiflpor1lIY > temporarily and it itcaueed 11 11caused t
caused a whole w Ie lot of trouble troubleYou Uoub UoubYou I
You nee there 8Ie wasnt another baseball baseballground baseballground basebniC I
ground in Clover county and neither nine ninewould ninewould C
would agree to play In the other town townSo townSc5 townT I
So they had tn Had a ground and they theypicked theypicked tbe T
picked out a level piece o meadow mid midway midwa midI ¬
way wa between betw n Baldwin BaI wln and Alfalfa roped ropedoff ropedoft rope I
off the playing field and started to ropef play playthe plalthe f
the same ame
Game Was W Bor or Blood BloodThat BloodThat
That game gam was for blood We batted battedlike battedlike batteeS I
like fiend fiends determined to win back the thelaurels thelaureb th thlaurels S
laurels wed lost In the last two day dayand dayttnd dyand
and the he 28 beside But for one thing thingwe tbJnW thh < t twe
we W could COuldhave have won wo easily eullythltt that was the thecondition theMhdlUon th thcondition
condition of the ground ound Wed W d been used usedto usedt nose noseplaying
to t playing on nice nk skinned diamonds dilmon for forUn torItn to toIcR
Un year ellM some of us and getting gttl back backto backto bad badrough
to rough stubble was too sudden a achatifto aehaDA
chatifto It didnt effect ffeet the BaMwin BaMwinuiavers BaYwinulaye18 wii wiiplayers a Ia
players for as I haY said they bad just justbroken Juatbroken in inbroken
broken away da from the corner lots with with4fir withtlr wlt
4fir tlr beer beerbouum trbott bottles sad n < t stoned sto all over the thefields thefl tb tbfieliiz e
fields fl > hiK and could play Iay on the rough roughplaces roushia roug rougjiaces
places ia s There was w a a wild strawberry I
bed in front of second and a blackberry I
bush for Pete Brown Bro Brow to pick wild throws throwsfrom throwsfrom throwS IS S
from back a 5 first A coupie of ant bills billsin hUlIn bill S
in front of short made It possible poe Able for forPinch torPinch to 5
Pinch to add 44 to hi his error column and the theBaldwin tbeBaJdwln lb toa a
Baldwin left fielder picked a couple lbf of ofbudding ofbuddtJlg c f
budding thetebaggers t off a tree In that thatpardjn thatrd Ut Utrard t
pardjn rard rd n Hennessy couldnt get onto the thetrick thetrick th thtuck
trick and those that the Baldwins sent sentto sentto see seeto
to him there scored atcor d for home runs runsLast runlS1a runaIast
Last 1a t but not least then was a rio rioUean nien < >
Uean n mud pudiUr in front o third base baseThe C
The Baldwin third baseman used 4c for forkilling torkll1lnc fc r
killing bunts but b t Jimmy Jlmaxr1arrison Harrison only onlyrot onlyilot oni y yFt
ilot rot ws tf feet wet when he trie tTtf34t L and andlow andtht an d dthe
the > bunt went for hits In fater ery y
low pr grounder und r they sent on never stopped ed ti
7 >
till ti n the outfielders got it It The Infield htOeMcouldnt
couldnt ruldnt do a tiring till but get po fUss and nd
I liners linersSo lloenSo
So So oa 0 our iadsM fleld errors the Bafftwfns Bafftwfnskept Bewiisept
kept k ept With as We had toed n up far r Mt hatning wsc
lnnm Innlhg In ning r sad ad they had won ft tt Bat wlieat wlieatwe wt18lte
we w e finished oar halt of the ninth ainth1ICOre and the thescore thecorn
score s corn stood 19 to 17 in our favor I thought thoughtwe t t1e
we w e had em
This Did Them Up UpThen UpThen
Then came the climax of the JomWna JomWnation
don li on of circumataiMee clrcuta that did us OIK It
turned t suddenly cold and began to
freexe f reeze hard The cold alone couldnt beat beatus belatU8
us u s on a good ground and die poor ground groundcouldnt IDOUDdC
couldnt C c a beat u u without the cold It Iti
I I needed n em both to do It It and they did
It It i t too tooTheir
Their hti first batter put liner out to
ilennetwy I and he retrieved himself by
a star catch Then Th n ah easy grounder groanderwent
went W ent to Pete Brown at first Reggie Reggiecovered
covered co vered the bag but just as Pete settled d
down d awn the thebait ball hit a stone shot over his
he b e 14 and bounced Into the berry bush
Before B BI Reggie e and Pete could disentangle dl taqJe
it I t the runner was on second A sharp ll
bounder b bI to short hit an ant bill and then
I Pinchs Ptnch P tncho knee lief and though Harrison kOt ot t
the th e ball in time to hold the man on see seeoDd seeud ¬
oDd o ud where he was the runner got first
A foul foulfly fly that I gulped let the next n bat ¬
ter t ar down and it was two out two on
bases b ases and three runs needed to beat u U
We could be pardoned for feeling confi ¬
dent d ent and I guess the editor of the Rooter
who w ho stood on a a camp chair behind tbe im ¬
provised p rovised backstop saw the I06 N slipping
out out o ut of Baldwin BaldwinWeak BaldWinWek
Weak Batter Steps Up
The next man up was a weak hitter hittersent 1 ttlr
but b ut he caught the first ban Oft the end oC
hbs h is bat and sent it down toward Jimmy
Harrison Jimmy steadied for the pick pickup ¬
up u p and stuck his leg beck to touch third
That T hat was all he had to do and the last
man would be out and the game ours
But there was no splash as the ball
hit h it the puddle Tbe weather man JDa had
got g ot in his fine work lid instead there thereas
was w as a crash The next minute fttIte Jimmy
Harrison was at the edge e of the puddle puddlepeeriD
peering p < through a film of ollce ice two inches In bM
thick t at tn almost new dollar and a
quarter q ball while three runners were
making the base lines hot
S Com on Come on eeC I yelled as their
first f runner turned third Jimmy jumped jumpedn
on o n the ice with his heels No go It
wouldnt break breakPinch breakPtnth
Pinch Hobbs Holt ran over and added his
weight to Jims and I threw a bat at atem
em from the plate It wouldnt break it It
If i f theyd an ax and a few minutes mlnut More
time t lnte they could a made a good goodetting Jab of
getting g that ball but as it was the thenin win ¬
ning n ing < run had crowed c the plate before bef
they t even got through tbe upper crust
That That8 why Im against nat postseason poet
games g ames Baseball Is all right when the theweath theweathers
weath weathers rt settled but when sadden
c changes are liable its risky to bet money
Major Delmar Attempts to totower totowerthe Lower Lowerthe
the Trotting Ffecord ecord and andFails andFails
Fails FailsCincinnati FailsClnetnnati
Cincinnati Oct 3 IThe The meeting at Oak Oakey ¬
ley l ey park closed this afternoon and the
light bt harness harn brigade Is tonight moving mov1n
to Lexington where the Kentucky Trot ¬
ting florae Breeders associations twelve
day meeting will be held heldOeimar
MaJor Oeimar today failed to lower tae C
worlds trotting record of 800 Hie RI aT a
tempt was the feature offering oft of the Uaecard 1 1card
card but a mile In 203 S was the beet ke Mcould I Icould
could do He w was paced by two nut rnppj ld lr
horses ridden by Jockeys Mclntjrra atMI I
Kane It has been pretty therou cJaerouddy r Ir
demonstrated that tbe 1WInd wind shield 8l eJd is a L
necessary adjunct to the 249 2 tI trotter Sum sumClifton ¬
The Clifton purse L1S0 for 240 pacert
three in five four heats decided Friday 1I S I
Baron Rogers won the thI third fourth and a
fifth heats in 2 9 210 308 lP4 o JacHeeo
won the first and second heats in 348 2
210 and was distanced in the fifth Joe Joe i
Pointer Trilby Direct Mtttoa Cumaaola
Robert I Miss Wllamom Byrl Wilfces B
and Sufreet also started
Second race 216 trot two in three one one C
heat decided Friday FrldaGrey Grey Gem won two tw
straight heats hE > ats in 211 11 Stflfofe 605 Grade GrueloKe Kel
lock Pat Ford Parthia Millard Sanders Sa der
AlmeHon Austin Boy Ben Potts and Di ¬
rect re < t View also a iso started
213 pace two in three purse 1 1O1S4qhi 10 4ohn 4ohnDolly hn 1
M won two straight heats in 1 10 1
Dolly Carr Czarina Cousinitad Cousin Ka4ge
Daphne DI DIrect Taylor H 11110 Il1Ins an4 am 4
Cadette also started
223 trot two in three purse e MW >
Great Spirit won twq straight heats to Ii
210 2474 2O7 Bessie Brown Bermuda Maid
Alberto Delight Bessie Blrcbwood Win I
nie nl Wright right Anna Dillon Hemenway
started Yankee Yank tBoy and Grocery Maid also 4 S
216 trot two in three purse 1t l6SO
Black Pet Won two IItr straight bt heats heat fA JU
208 i8 Angua Pointer Fred H H aarcteaw
Raver RaveJln ver na Wilkes Judge Hughes and Star ste r
Onward also started
To beat 200 trotting trOt trottingMaJor tineMajor Major Delmar DeImarA A l
McDonald lost Time by Quarters dlK 2I
W i 130 1 3 203 2
21 18 trot two in three purse u 3iSSStre JtMftGrey
Gem won two straight heats beatalD In I
Stt flH 2fl L
Gracie Keller Bonner and Prince Prln r
OA a
also started startedJimmy etartedJimmy startedJimmy
Jimmy Britt Matched MatchedSan
San Francisco Oct 3 3Jimmy Jimmy Britt has ha a
been I en matched to meet Martin Canole the tli a aeastern
eastern H Hfeated lightweight t who recently de di t
feated Jack oKeere OJftte The boxers box will willclash WI It
clash before the Golden Oold State Athletic Ic Icclub
club the new orgasatlon orse4zation aatlon now nowbul1dlng building buildin g
an arena a na at ColmaT C01ma The battle is sched I ¬
uled to take place on the night of Nov 11 13i I 3
i < c
Colorado Men Strord Four FourTouchdowns fourT FourTo
Touchdowns T To o chdowns atBouMtr atBouMtrTOO It B Bour BourToo uldlf uldlft uldlfTOO
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Special to The Herald HeraldBouJder B HeraldBoulder rald raldBoulder
Boulder Colo Cob Oct 3 31h Ih a clean ha i ifou 1touabt Ifounht
fou touabt rht game lDe tis tli l afternoon op Gamt Gambiu Gambiufield > > iu iufield iufteld
field the University of Colorado foct foctbaU to toball focLball
ball team defeated d teated the University UnlnlPit of f ltih ltiheleven lldleJeven
eleven lav a score ore of 22 to 0 Colorad Coloradearned tlondearned eiordearned >
earned three of her four touchdowns toucb Ovus t toeraistent Loerslstent iy iyDersistent
oeraistent end bucking buckbt scoring o ice on ona flla
a fluke The M Mrm Mrmons rmons < ns were > outw out i ISht1 ISht1I aghtlabout ht htabout
about fifteen uounda IJ urllis to the mn m but butniade butmade nutmade
I made a plucky fight The lean l a1 work III < > i ithe
the Boulder steven ei was exccitta tcx lll nod u ud tiis t
lighter line Ii of her ht > r opponents oppO lntl < was ra a unaoc unaocto unoto
I to withstand the trtrlflc onslajgiu n8Ia J hl of ul Lie tI
local aggregation T 1t The MS gant an iIlmt was > va all un uninteresting altI nI nIinteresting
interesting one tu tbe th si tutors to boiuteams bolt botCiteams
teams Dtavinr exoyttonnUy tXC SilOnt Uon ty fly ti < k m 11 r CIa > iii iiiand d dand i iand
I and the contest was w devoid ck vOJd 01 dl U un unnecessary 111ntCtSrv iiinecessary ¬
necessary roughness or brutalii I rut tUt < j iii iiivictory u uylctorv
I ylctorv victor of tho th > Colorado team coin xaa UI 1
I I to her he heavier irn Jr nand n and bttt r loan loanwork t ttflIwork < WI WIwork
work The Saint defense def n8e was not ta
best bt st although tht their ir offence i play > av wa
fairy Rood ood K For < r tlv Boulder team king
bni bun and Whitchead hitlhta J were e the str Lr t r p PtI r rIftrmers t
Iftrmers Innnt > MI The Iormpr irmpl at haitba K maui mauiost mauIaoIIt tflauiSoot
IaoIIt ost of o the gains for his hi team Whit
Bead the th quarterback quartErb k ixisstd std the ball bailwell ballwell ballwell
well an ansi l his hi interfei interference > > tu wad wa ai super superiRussell > >
Russell Peterson and Captain Wade ude cur earsled r ¬
lied off the honors for Qr the th Mormon Mormongre0atlon ut uteregation 1
eregation tion Particularly noticeable Jti abl w Wt Wttht s sne
the ne work of Peterson P klSOll at right tackl
TIme and attain he broke through the theline th
line and often threw the runner for a <
loss I Very little imatSng pimtii was done as a astrone t tstrOnE tst1
strone st1 nz wind made kicking uncertain Q ertain
yeHowimt FeIIowl is I the lineup IteeuaTltah IIMupUtah lineupUtah
Utah Position Colorado
Bennion L L I 11 BaiUy
T Strobel ami an PItt I Lr t T i Foote Footeartaon FootparIeon FootearlsenL
< artaon arlsenL t 18 Q Becker BeckerHelselt 4 4Heiselt
Helselt C ulun80n ulun80nRay Munson MunsonRayIJ MunsonRay oj
RayIJ Ray 5 a ° Stuart
Peterson S JL r t Fowlp FowlW FowlpRu FowlpRussell
W Ru Russell el1 eH R R K 0 Roberts JobtrtiL
Bwrm Riwastet eter U 1 M B Klugsburv KlugsburvMoore
Moore R R H B Mllfi MllfiWade M1L M1LWade M11iWade
Wade calK Q Q B Whitebead W5dtebead hb an aol aolOnroe I IlwrttDee < i iOwens
Owens OwensT OnroeLawrence
T Lawrence awrence F B Bakvr BakvrReferee Bak Bak1IetftM BaktrRefer
Referee Refer Cropp Uiaprie C Holmes HohaesAGGIES HohIIe8AGGIES HolmesAGGIES
AGGIES 0 0 H S 0
Nervy N ervy Youngsters From Jpction JpctionCity JpactionCity JpctionCity
City Hold Big Bi Logan Team TeamDown TetmDown TeemDown
Down DownSpecial DownSpecJaJ DownSpecial
Special to The HeraldLocan Herald HeraldLogan 1esMLogan
Logan Oct 3 IThe The Berry little bunch
of o f f players pia representing re tIOpIeu Ogden Higii Higiischool Higitchool
school s played the Agricultural Ap col colle coliegi leg < 3 3eleven
eleven e to o a standstlfi ftd8tlq this afternoon Xt Xci > i
tner t side scored but beth came close to
It The OMenites tea had the ball wit withirt hi u useven
seven s yards of a touchdown in the first firstaIf
half h aIf when they lost It on a fumble in J IL
the t he last half the Jiggles fumbled the bait
within w ithin six inches of a touchdown
The T 1 be new men of the th Ag Axsise ietc were slow slowand sio iu V VaDd v vnd
and a nd played too high a defensive d < fenshe while in i
Offenshre 01l o work their interference RUS W wusagged RUSragged l >
ragged r Adams Ada was tbe star of the game gamee am
He R e made fine galas 1M around the end ends and andGardner
punted p unted welL Cooley Madeen Pool Poolardner
Gardner G and Jardine p played ed good bal balor
For F or Ogden Johnson Harcomb and Evans
did d id splendidly It was the tIj fine team t am
work w ork of th thdvisItore > visitor v lt nit that enabled Cll Wed them ta
hold h old the Aggfos down n
Ogden kicked off and an after trying the theend theend thend
end e nd for a twoyard gain gain Adams punted puntedon punt l
on o n the second nd down Ogden gained twi o
through t the A C line then Oardrtr Gardo Gardoroke
broke b roke through tbro htook took the runner back k f for fora r ra
a a loss and a kick was ordered After ono on onery
try t ry at the Hue the A C kicked and was waspenalised wasnalized is ispenalbed <
pe penalised nalized for formterferlo interfering with the catth c cat catgden th
Ogden O Ot fumbled after getting tunC the ball ba II t
the t he sixyard line A C started down the
field f in good shape Adams making a
tbirtyfiverard t ran but a fumble Oc Occurred 0 0caned oanned ¬
caned c and nd tb M ball went over Ogden a a8netd a1 a1anced < 1 1llne
v 8netd the ball to the fortythe fortyfiveyard fortyfiveyardne ard
llne li ne when wh it the half ended endedIn endedIn
In the last half the play was all with withr ¬
in h r fortyfive yards of the High HI school schoolgoal sh schnlos1 1
goal g os1 line but fumbles and the brilliant brilliantwork brilliantwork brilliantork
work w ork of some O Ogden d n player in slipping
through t A A C Interference and tackling
runners prevented a score being made
The T he A C was penalised once nee In the ia lat iatalf t
half h alf for offside plaT The game was wascleanly was1Pla7ed
cleanly c 1Pla7ed played pIa The lineup lineupitrm
Ogden A
Evan EV E itrm DII t E Pont Pontracy
Tracy T racy L I T lad Madenow > n nSnow
Snow S now I L O GOIaen Olsen A Kirk
Monson 0fttI0It C Gardnr GardnrTribe Gartin GartinTribe Gardllrribe i
Tribe T ribe R O Nielli 1 n nI tteeswell
Greeawell G I R R T T1IIorg Morgan l1l <
Livingston L R R B Bohnson Krwin
Johnson J Q Doremn Dortrn1lsDean
Dean L L HRIch Jk Jardin JardinCTOOB Jarctitrose
CTOOB C rose R H Adam Adamiiitii
Hareomb F Cooley Cooie CooieFifteen
Fifteen = minute iiitii hahrea i Referee i RetereeJ i J rA A
Langton Umjalre UJIII CraikuA Ltoesm Linesmen I n
Wilson and andBaIJ Ball Timekeepers nrnek TlmekeepersWllson TlmekeepersWllsonnd Wilson Wilsonand Wl1sorand
and a nd McLaughlin McLaughlinALL McLaughlinALL McLaughlinALL
ALL HALLOWS 11 0 S S L L 0 0Cellsgians OCollegians 0oUsgians
Collegians C Have Little Trouble ble in inWinning inWinning inWinning
Winning Plrst Gas GraaseTbe aThe GasThe
The All Hallows college defeated the
Oregon Short Line team yesterday yetlte by a ascore acore acore
core s of 11 to t 0 It was the first game cametor gameor
for f or both teams and both showed up well wellunder wilnder
under u the circumstances The college colle coIIrroys
boys boy b bb oys had the game all their own way the theail
bd ball b ail being beI In the railroaders territory
during d riJlc the entire game The Short Line Lineoys
bi boys b oys showed good team work especially
in i n end runs and three times during the thegame theme theame
game g ame went for gains
The All Hallows team had a small ad advantage adof advntng ¬
vantage of weight and seemed to have haemore haremore
more dash IR getting < their plays started
Two touchdowns were made by Pope on one onen
In I n each half Kern kicked one goal and an
missed m one oneThe oneThe oneThe
The college team has only ODJ been n organ organed ¬
ised m ed one week most or the men never neveras
having played before but the they show up
as if they the would be able ble to cope Tilth lth any
thing In their weight before the season is
over everThe overL OverThe
The n All AfJ = Hallows er l lined up U as follows to
L B Gallagher L T Cowan on LO L C r
Splef C Sullivan R R G Smith R T 1
Loux R Jl E Owens Q B Basaett I I
H Wan R R H Pope FBKe F B K Kern m Ref Referee Referee Referee ¬
eree Chatfield umpire umpire Stanton timer
McKeeno nfteenminute halves halvesBattery halvesBattery halvesBattery
Battery Boys Getting Giattin in Shape ShapeTbe ShapeThe
The Twentysecond battery football
team under the coaching < of Haazard of
test years year X G U 1 football team is rap
Idly rounding into form The team is
scheduled to meet m tt the Varsity team at
the state fair grounds next Thursday Thunda and
the battery boys ray they will be pre ¬
pared to give the students one of th the
hardest games tile latter will have this thi <
year y1110 LIeutenant Clark has charge e lf of thl the
team The other football team at the fort
being managed and coached by IJeuten IJeutenG
ant Falls has met the battery team twice
In practice me These
teams are very cr y
evenly matched matchedG
Bowls 208 1S in in nThree Three Ken ell Contest ContestProTsert ContestProbert ContestProbert
Probert Gets HHpk Score ScoreG
G Smith made an average of SW 13 ia i C1
the threeman thr maa team ta contest at the Han Hansen HanlIeD Nansea
lIeD alleys hurt eventas The high hi b score scoreaf < ore
af the evening was 9M made by Probert
The scores were as follows followsG
G Smith 205 03 2W 201 Ol614 Ol614A 20161A 610 610A
A W Smith 120 195 1 1I 147 Uj4 14741ii 14741iiFowier 4 2 3Fowktr
Fowler 135 146 117 Ui33 Ui33Smith 117PIAveaaaeG 33 33G
AveaaaeG G Smith W 10 18 A A W WFowler WSmttla V VSmith
Smith i Fowler 132 23 23Cantos 23Caat08 23Oantos
Cantos 123 120 180433 180433C 180433c
C Jones Joa u 135 1 123 1C 111U1i 111U1iProbert 111411Probert 13 13Probert
Probert 184 156 JII6 JII6AYerageCant08 206544 206544AverageCantos > 8 54 54Average
Average AYerageCant08 Cantos 141 13 C Jones JonesUI
UI 1 1 14 Probert 18 18Cleveland 1It 1ItCleveland 1 1ClevelandBeits
Cleveland ClevelandBeits Beats 8e ts Cincinnati ClndnnatLCleveland Onclnnat1Cleveland CincinnatiCleveland
Cleveland 0 Oct X IThe The first of a s srles Sf1te8 Sf asdes <
des oC six games for the baseball ham chamlonsbip hampl hamufoesbip
lonsbip pl of Ohio between the Cincinnati CincinnatiRational Crelnnatliqaijonai t1 t15atkmal
iqaijonai Rational League team and the Cleveland Clevelandterican Cledandn Cle oland olandAmerican
American terican n League club was played here hereay heretday
tday ay in the presence pre c 6000 persons personsCleveland personaCleveland e ona
Cleveland won X to L 1

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