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ell y1 d yesterday YCSierday UP UPWI b
WI Ljr1a1ker TWalker alker Salisbury and T G Gagainst Gr
GrW r against James Salisbury and andKobfcrts
Ha Tairobrtff Kobfcrts J ol1ettSle resulted ultetl In si victory victoryf
1 1rj latter 1atte bY b n septc f w ot9i of T 16 i tt wi
7 75 03 3 Ilie ic match was closely cl closelyWa sely selywa
wa l L by b An n enthusiasticcrowdwhp cnthusl1I UC oroWdwhQ
wer rip haps rewarded for thotr AoL lOisitJ > toigr toigrin
sitJ st an JUl in excellent e ce1JEnt exhibitionof e tltfst til t
datfr cia jfcjnis nJa niL the four men engaged le Lofgood lei LeMgz
i Mgz fgood guol torai And apparently ap nleltti in inof Intb Inthe
tb the of condition < to stand the thetin thevert ii iivu
r vert vu I tin in of the t live long sets act ca 1 the thefi
dcite < flctfU6 fi Both Walker VnlIt l Sails SalisMd
bn bnhi Md d Griffin played well up toJlhe toJlhettf to toihosttftl the
8 sttftl ttf of their th grams rne and an a close closef closean eloSeof
an f of thB th game me can explain their theirJn
det defej Jn na flu other way than that thfty t1lf thny1oq
1oq 0 j3w 4 last few games gamottlmtotal of the total totaliir
litt fltt1UJr iir r gnmes playevd pia d which lost lostjhc I losttheE t ttbeB
theE Jie jhc e coveted title now deservedly deservedlyn
v41jn tbeB elf n Jamefijftlisbury Tam borer Salisbury and Harry Harryof
no 1top to botltf whom Ugh praise pr1lscmutti praiseniu4L
mutti niu4L lie attribulQd attrfbizt J for their dl dlipjny dlipjnyof p1AY p1AYot
of Htfly 4y yet forceful tennis which whl h
the thetQ exhibited hlbltcd throughout the match matchSifiglp matchSi maichSlng1o
Sifiglp Si gl Finals Played Tomorrow TomorrowTgfmirrow TomorrowQtrow TomorrowTlin4rrow
Tgfmirrow Qtrow at 10 a m im at the B stroer tr trco treetCoUUe
co CoUUe IUte final fin 01 match singles sing l s of Jhe Jheiient
to tOUFent iient will be played either 6e
twtigft tw Griffin antI WalkepSalisbury Waik Salisbury or
bedraih tlia tila two Salisbury boys TJ TJquqllMng 1lqu TM
qu quqllMng ng match for the tinnls will willplRtd be beplajfM l lpiA
plajfM piA bel between Griffin and James Sal i
isbTOybefore jb Ibiy before Monday morning in or
dertaP3eave der derL deave leave the final wrestle foratate foratateto fOl st tate tatechplpnshIp tc I
cb chplpnshIp I nShlp to be pled on Labor
d da
TJAtouriamezits tournaments to be thus 11 drwn < r
to atR a ppse se were started a week w k ago find
havoibSen ha f Itb e n followed with unabated in Inter Interw3 I
teregfciJhroughout ter terw3 iI1 4lwoughout rOUghout the series They
have ha baVcibon > Q > be b in < a source of great pleasure pleasureand pleasuleIlndS pleasureand
and IlndS sa satIsfacjon lafacllon noUonly to both the thesuccessful thesuceC thesUcceCul
successful suceC S Innd and unsuccessful unsueOessful1Ut players
but also to to their friends and to many
who previously unfamiliar have be become beoorne become ¬
come acquainted with tiifc t t1 finer points pointsof
of this most engrossing spOrt sp rt
TWita Rrt T1iIcItwo two anfrifes n tn 5 w wara were re received te abad for the
sgigleB tg1e Je and sixteen teams entered for the theseWpfayVp
ci dCtibie ubrea while the matChts played nutl nun nunrI
bfre rI < tbrtyl tIdrtyeven vcn up WI Saturday ngnt
The seWpfayVp se6 se1 Iay p1ayrI numbered ninety a and dthe the
gmm games j played pla ed nuiribared 860 S60Hsis 860HlS 860Es
Hsis Been a Successful Tear
LwivnTtenhls IAvl t tOnflis Jitls in Utah during durln the ha season s Son
JH new w 4ravI r rawlag wIHff to close has Join grofvn largely largelyS l rg J
J Interest pa partly rt I in sympathy vlthfthQ
Wtdepread kindly tet feeling > lInJ towards the
S GIlme me which is beln belnuse being manifested t t1rough rou h
Gut the oountr country Ad d partly naturally bo
us use of the organization ot nlatlQ of tho players pl oTJ
ISft 9filch Ich was effected Cf cted in the th early arb summer summervSEhild
vSEhild 1iI2 lie the sport has made unquestionable
program the gradeof grade r f the play pla also has
b9 been n perceptibly risIng rlsln = even en within the
Uwt t two months as Is evidenCed by b tiie t e
fact that some ome who were expected ex 1ch > d to to fall fallh
Ia tllft th earlier 8tal08 stageef ot the touroamol
h have ve skillfully fousrht their way to the
front The game is still in its ascendency a8cendcnc ascendenvai1
f and the standard andard ot efficiency of the play PIn
in Utah is on the > rise so that the suc succtMftft suCconteatant5 sueewaAd
ctMftft contestants this thlsqar y gr ar may ma not notr no noreNt
r rest at on n their tht > lr laurels if they the expect to rb r
tain tam these laurels when the combat shall
lit renewed next year ye r ryoung
The young women worn ell too who hftve Jio Jiome
Wne < me inlorestod In the gajne gajneire are making niakIn niakInod
Kjxxl od progress prQ reS8 and It is not Improbable
that the association may 111ft hold a womens womensIQM womensJ womensnct
IQM J meet year ear w1 which ch would doubtless bo bonpn boo
o npn wnet u all women wonH n of oftirO tiie lb state stat This year llr
however tho larsor Jar er number of woman womanplayn1 womanplar1S womenllRrr1
playn1 aremembers are mem members rs of the Country club clubwhere clubwllere clubwhere
where Mr Ir Xewhouae ewhou e has offered a hand handome hand8Ome handsomeprize
ome someprize prize rlz for the best woman player of ofthe ofthe ofth
the th cult cluuAt etub3t I I4t
At the conclusion of the final game on onMonday onond4 onMonday
Monday ond4 the nrizeawlll nrlzes will be presented at atthe
the court by b Mrs L E ii Rlt nitt jr to nIl al
the he successful contestants of ot the tourna toumaments tournamtn tournaniente
ments mentsSTANDING mtn nienteSTANDING t8 t8STANDING
Eew ew Changes Ch nges Positionsof iiPositionsofPedal in j Positionsxof PositionsxofPedal Positionsofpedal
Pedal Pushers at Saucer SaucerTrack SaucerTrack SaucerTrack
Track TrackW TrackVil
W Vil > U there lb re have hll been b n a a few fewebartges changes In
rIM Me standlny standln of the riders rJd < rs at tke saucer
trartt tra toKlitK usJuej UJ the past we w week k yatSamuel t Samuel
wnr Wtl 14 t I is sUcI ch that he needlnave ntied lave lRe no
i l4ttr ur ot otnIuto ftRytutie Ie tajdttjg1 taJ taJiig lIu the e lace at tJie the
i h liSal ai of oftb the list away from him FlQva FI I
M KurlamlS entry cntr la the game cannot t I
tfpcr Satnuelson on account of the near nearf neareiI
enl f 1 of th aacon ol1 H Illtr Hardy rdy Downing how howev howcv
ev v 19 I nfiv n w Y tw 18 pftlnta lnts ahead of Frank
1 Hufmann of maun thus taking ta nt his position in sec aecon
on ond < i piace piacej ptacei1ng
j Ill i1ng nK the t be amateurs Carl Redman made
thO th atgf ugeat > iit jn And J Jun nqw lea41 the imon 5iWpnpvr imonllro
llro un by b t tlimNuK nte DMrer 1Veft IIi I Iclimling 2 lJl
limNuK up the th ladder aM reached the theoirtii thertt
r oirtii < l rl1 place in I the pnat J week weekqt
Tlte K IolwdtlWO < Hne Q It the ditfwent riders is iss Isas Isas
as s follows tlu
ProesBionals ProesBionalsrV ProtessionalsC1 ProfessionaIaiti43i
C1 iti43i t 3d Ilb 4ULtI Ui
t S SumvShpfttt4 U 1I 4 1 1 X i J1U 3 3r
HRrd r 7 I f 4 If
rV II J y Hoi HoiG a 0 eenrge lol
G dtorg enrge M rg H Hu H OdIiMt t 1 1 6 4 41
4 u 1 iioiitotec 2 1 5 4
w V Palinvr 111 1aIuiirVll1tam > 8r < v I ISax 2 14 2 I
Sax Williams Vll1tam s 3 I 1 tG
X O llot Hoptr > l lJ 4 jj 5JI 2G
JJ JI J K 3 oiKm Ctfl1q U 1 t I 5 5I
4 i i Btevana BtevanaJ St 2 J 2LMiWbU 1 1J
J J LMiWbU > M If < Mwr7iwin I 1 3 1 111
Jj JiJ2aer F Bteref BterefA 3 Ii
fr t 1 A McffarteMd McffarteMdHurrto Wc Hd 1 ITwo 1 1
J Hurrto HurrtoJi 1 1 1I
Ji I Gunn 1 1 1Two
Two JltcetJ eetj
Amateurs Amateurs1st
1st ZA d N 4th 4thtlurl 1Uk 1t 1trI
tlurl 1 rI Redman 11 7 710 7 10 101v 4 i ii iiHeilflan OIJ OIJIV
IV 1v Kedinan 9 t i z I 1l 11ii
14 H H Heucren 11 4nn 66 Ii 6 1 2 2P CO
P U < J Vet ISt i 7 9 Z ZS 2Ellewood 48 48H
S A Klhwood s i 11 7 7 9 9Kri 4i 4iCHlftro 44v
Kri v raMiro 3 I yS I 7 7S 41 41R 41I
S I U I 4 WIKwt W Il ilcea ilceaI 4 2 2fa aH
H I fa ivy rv Vkwrr 231 231J 3 1 t tJ 21Jl1
J J Jl1 H T 1t te TSSTJ ta r rl l I l lV 1f 1fc 1
V c i Taylor Tal r 1 1 1J ijJ
J jJ 111 1 I I ZI4ugene
I4ugene H l 1 1 1L 1LiLW
L LiLW H MIHs 1 3 3LavWmr
LavWmr 10 il J Jl
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I 1 1Th
Th ThstlTftlls That fT TelLs I the Story of f th the Bfll BfllGame II IIGame IIGameatSpokzne
Game GameatSpokzne at Spokane
atSpokarteij atSpokarteijv 4 4UHPIRjES
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CSIeaJ SJ faJt9 to Tie Iie1iti1 Ifcr rd
n SpQJitnenh pqkaneW ash lQpt fJt l1ggl 1pg Jl ltiujd 1 d
auicrbamc su1cr romc today ana W Js a OOri
1erect 1 Orett sPort E Esick sick lck for Suit Suitrcates IAIkb It
also was In Teat form and his thftth
rates n i ates backed hi hirun hltp
un in
prlJllant rJJllant ajjd ji
but 1 base on btnl bli5 aura a wild hlSlt 1
OCIRrk JU l flUVed cd IJe untloi lg Wl i SIitrtl rd I
Clark f O Or r dfs dlsptlIRIg Pl U 11 duetsfcA decisluii of
was ntS tined fiicd J aJHl chased off tho thov v Thi1 lit
Jllrk llIirrd 110 put out both
HUE 1fuggcifld OcI d
R I okcuflo1
OIl the third base line iJtLlg
run 2 1111 ocr fron
1cr base basegame Davis couJjj o not t
seelit see t that wa vay Att Lt r that eviir cn t tflrgc ri1
bQJe hlts liIt COUlltM for Or 1iothhrsr utd Uio
game wag n credit cre It even to mAjor ITde de
company The series thisweek thls wccik hag ha I1
duco ducwl Score ScoreJPho the fustost ball of the sufl sU su11iiff
> I Ilhe A Arho
JPho lhe detailed score s scoroSalt r x xSalt t
Salt Lake LakeAji > J Jluiiar f
luiiar j r c 3 0 os Q 0
Tpzer TOzor TOz r 1 b 1 j ft th 6 l
Clark lark lb 1 b 8 J 05 0 1 1 0
Hanson e 1 J L t S j Q 05 o s ti 0
Gimlin c c f 1 a 5 1 1 i U
Delpflls Delflfls b A Q a 1
Bruvetto Bruyettt s < r s e fP ft 0 X 0 I 4 4iifutn3bIIlls 2 4 4u 0
FOrStbt r r 0 0 0 9uT o
iifutn3bIIlls Btutn 3 1 b 1 i 6 0 t o 3 1
Essick p fvirjl r U if Jr JrTotals 1 1Totals 1 1 ° UTotals if a
Totals f 26 2 02 0 24 24Spdkane 24Spokaue
JSpoka fJSpoka Spdkane SpdkaneMurdockc le leB s st
t B t I Pet cp 1
ROCkertl 1d2 2 bJ b1i 1IJ r 1 1 Q
StanJe S taiilo c t1 4 Y L u U
HoUhnd i 1 I b 1 1 6 0
F Frary 70 I t 2 i 11 J 1 0
ReiJlY 3 b iUro i z 0
Howiett i r r J i i1i 0
Murdockc Murdock c c f 11 3 vr vrHogg 0 U 1 Q
Ferris s s 0 j 0 I 1 p 0
Hogg p p NtS1 21B < 0 0Totals to 1 0 0TOtdls 0
r rTobUs
Totals i < c23 < i 23 3 6 27 7 C
SCOCQ Sct by innings J
Salt SaitLake Lake Lak 0 00000 0 Q 0 Q ft ctpoknnc
Spokane poknnc 0 00210 0 0 1 0 0 oj 0 g 8
Threebase lilts 111tiMurdQch ii I Murdoch 3wQba0 jJWQb O
hits hitsJio hItsHowietL Ho ett Holland Sacrifice Sa dfioQ hrtr h htt
Rellly 2 Stolon basesRUJyv asoSRJjUI Frary rary r
Struck Stru out out13 outB3 By Hose HO = 1 lOjfty 10 b 1W lJmOka Iieic rfek 3
Bases on balls ballsOf Off Hogg 2 off Esslck
3 i Left on bases basesSlXltant Spokane 5 Salt Lake
1 1 Double plays plnys playnMurdoek Murdock to Holland
Hit by b Ditcher itChrFrar Frary Tozer Passed PadallsHalsen
balls bullsHausen l Haisen Time of game gamel30 136 < Um Umpire UmPre UnipireDavh ¬
pire Pre pireDavh Davis ajs Attendance Atte Attoudaace900 Attoudaace900BOISE dai1ce9W dai1ce9WBOISE 900 900BOISE
BOISE 17j 17 17UTT 17UTTPans BUTTE BUTTE6 BUTTE6Fans 6 6Pans
Pans in fu Great Great FjIJs Falls See Se Big Leagrae LeagraeBaseball L LeagcueBaseball agt1e agt1eBaseball
Gront Falls FaU Mont lont Sept 3 Butto today toia
played p with ith appa appomtl pntly IIQ n interestin the thesame thomt tltCame
same g ame mt and Boise won without = an n effort
The T he same was so listless that crowds crowd left leftefore
before b the conclusion of the contest con lest The Thieatires
I features f of ofth the day werdoubienlaya by
Babbitt B OConnoIl and Kellackey Kell ckey Shaf ¬
fer f er Meintyrc and Hammond batted home homeruns homerU
runs rU r utr Tho score J
R H El E l
T BUtte 6 H 11oise 3
Boise B oise 17 21 21Ian
BatterlesDowling rter sD ii Er nut sPQ Spefler g McFar McFaran I i
Ian I an Hammond Ha mo t J1n and HansOni 1Ians ni > TJmpirf Umplrh UmpIrmith
Smith S mith th Attorfdant Attort Attoi1dttitee2Z nIf2ilJ 2S5 Jjg ifi ifiSTANDING i iSTANDING Jt JtSTANDING I
Pacific Matibnff N Nation tio ff league leaguePlayed Lc Lci LciPlayed g J JPlarcdF
Played PlarcdF Won onLost Lost P P C C3oIse I
Boise l Ill tfi 47 4 3 6
Spokane 110 55 r 52 S rru
Biitte n tlo I lOOi KV 2 57 JTY
Salt SaWLake Lake Olor 110 110National i 55 C4 420 420National 420National
National league leagueNew Leagilek LeagueNeis
New cwo 4r ricdTi117 rl k llc S 32 9 726
Chicago Chlc go il7 IIiit At 600 w
Pittsburg 115 l1 67 a 48 s 5S3
Cincinnati 115 fl < if fO SOMS 58
StLouis SL Louis p20 120 bl 4 1 i iostoii 58
Boston nOsto 121 2f t J V 16 5 7 i1 72 723roelclyn
Brooklyn I 113 n 113Phiindslphh 3 35 7 j 1 1Phlhidalphl
Phlhidalphl JliS liS ifii xT > Iii IiiAmenc 230 230American 2 2American
American Amenc L League LeaguePlayed LeeP1ayecJ eag e ePJaed
Played Won Lost P C
Xew York USi fl3 s 70 71 48 4 021
Boston Ill 11 ft BID
Philadelphia v lU llO > 6S 7 B7J 57
Clevoland u Oil UI 1 U ie 41 WPj
fivoland loVeJand bICB leasrd 119 i07 i07etrot CT I i itroYt 86J 86Jtrolt
trolt troYt U4r 1I lj 7 fC7 < 7 1 1Louis 4j
St l Louis Lou1 JJi MG 1 r W ij 387 i
Washington 4 iJllC SS S7 T 213 313Western 213Wetqrn 213wete1rn
Western ILeague ILeaguePlayed Iea IeaJ Leag LeagPlayed
Played J n dW W fLOdt Qpt P C GJenver C1enver
Jenver 121 U W aiC 5 e ft 620 6 O
Ooloradoi COlor do Springs 116 11 M 00 47 u uOmairi 53 U6
Omaha ICO 6K en GG fiGDes 5W 5WDea n ntIes
Des Moincs 120 ill 40 < iO 0 1 jSt IOU 4011St IOUSt
St Joseph Joseph 121 2I 11 < sSioux 7 7 71 3SS
Sioux City 1T4 i r SO 288 288NATIONAL 2i8NATIONAL 21I 21INATIONAL
Philadelphia Sept 3 3GOod Good ptt pltehlng tiin 0iin by
Sparksresuited Sparks resulted in n a shutout for Brook Brooklyn BrooJs Erookhyn ¬
lyn today toda Attendance l0ia 010 Score ScoreR ScoreRRi I IR
Brooklyn Hrokl n 0 i G GbJIUad i >
PJittodelphfc bJIUad JJlhl 6 9
Batteries BRttries1Utchell Mitchell and Hitter RIU r Sparks SparksStruck S SparksMid rks rkstJ
Mid tJ Doom Twoba8G hltfi hitsStrang Strang Babbj 13abb
Titus TI tus Th Thjabase ob e JJitsVtjJvQrton Base
On bnllsOtr Mitchell 10 1 off Sparks 2
Struck StruckoutI3Y out out13y By Mitchell 3y 31 3 b > Sparks 4
I7mpir i3mpirosErnsIle < 57BmsHQ sUQ aid Carpenter Carpenterthcago7 C Carpenterihlcngo P nt r rChicago
Chicago Sept S iSlasf 3SIagI Slagferiarrv in < Thtrr rrv and andE IX4r IX EvO4s
4r O4s the first mon up in three thre < JIff llterenttn llterenttn1nss renfn renfnmngs In Inilni
mngs 1nss led off with rith hits h Ita for extra 1 bases basesdouble basestVq
tVq F0 Qf c thwn tkro agSQrjJ lt othqr othq n ntodlJ1e 0 0loilbie
double anfl atiU alTthrec an thr three C secret 1ICor corcd 1 on putoufe putoufeA
A 1 gift ft passed assed balKaml b ialI 1tnncl and Buskos clean cleansingle oleanslngl o1ciisingle
single saved the tb visitors from g shutout shutoutttendaneo
Attendance 4WO 4 Score
31 R Hf n Br E EChicago
Chicago vv y 3 C 0
St StLouis Loulit T 1 i 2 I
Batt DattlJrleeWclmor jrle Wcimor and TNcIH < Nichols Nicholsand Nicholsand Iebols Iebolsand
and Grady Twoba rwobsse hits hltsEvcrs Bvers Burke
Throebase Tb bse hits hltASlotJb Slatjlb Barry Struck Struckout Stru Struckout1y k koutB
out outB By Welracr 4 by Nichols 1 I Base BaseOIl 11aieon
00 ballsOff b TtsOf Wdm Wdmer V mer r J UmplreJdhn UmplreJdhnstone UmpftcJ hn hntone
stone stoneNew StoneNew toneNc
New Nc York Sept Mhe 3 The battlnsr bltUn of Dev Devlin DoVIii Devun ¬
Iii and DUnn combined with errors on ontho onth onthe
the th part of Tenney len Teen and Bnymer nYmtr won on to todays toa todays
days a s pfUne for New ew York from Boston BostonAtteodance BostonAttendance BostonAtteadance
Attendance 15000 Score
K HJ3 IIE1olon
Boston 1olon 1 Z 3 38W 3Warner
2sew 8W YprK l n 3 oJ 1
B ftftflcnvilif tI IUfnmft an4 Moran Taylor Trt lolrtn find
Warner Bare on balte bauOC Off Taylor 2 off
1111 1 Struk 1b TIlYl or 3 2aa by
W 1115 4 oIfaIHf r b 1tft IJrJ k aa n nI
44i I iobase btt urb umIl Umplroo Umplrooran 1o 1oran
J Oi E
r i
1 15uTTe2
4 4t
Philadelphia Ph ladelp111a Sept a 3St St Louis and
Philadelphia broke oven in R doubter ouble
header today toa8 Henleys HcinIc s fumble in ihh Iiininth
ninth followed by hits fntre ths th visitors
thefirst the firstgnme first game Good 6oodhitUn iitttln hitting won Wonthc the
second for tho locals Attendance 19tW
Score ScoreFirst ScoreFirst >
First Gamci Gnm ame 11 r l 1 K iJJs Ir B
St Loup 1 V at 4 U 10 0
Philadelphia 2 11 2
Batteries BnqeriesPolt Pelty Sudhoff and Sucdcn SUJ cni
Henley Henlc and SChroi S Shrouk ShroukSecond hr hrSecond c J JSecond
Second Game It li E
SL Louis LouisPhhludphI J 2 f 9 1 j jPkiladdlphla i
Pkiladdlphla I > l K Oi Oioff o i
BatteriesHoweUauJI off iIoc Tlnnnll rt i iand
Plank Planknd Plankand
and nd Powers PowersBoston PowersBnston PowersBhston
Boston Sept 3 3The The Clevelands today t dI1Y
made ma c thirteen hits o ofi offkYoune Jt arounir ounc winning
easily 9 to 1 Bostons only run rU resulted d
from a abase base on balls b ails and a hit Attend Attendance Allendnoe ¬
ance noe 16000 Soore
R 1L OS Ei E
Cleveland v u 1 13
Boston s i 1
Batteries Batt BaterIesJOs rlesJ Jossanft sv nntI BemIs Be 1s Tonne ana
Cfhor a as aNewTDrk
s 1
Ne NewTDrk f rJtsOPJ3 Sephewrork Ner ork reh1ned lnM lnM11rat
first pla phitctr frtht Iii th p n11untrtlce nnztnt race OF bc beatJng bea bea1otroIt
n 1otroIt otrolt again tOd tOday i ltt Attendance naancc T
Score 1SOO1
t Alit VR R H E
Detroit DetroitNew 1 S 4
New Ne York U2 5 0
Batteries RatterIosKlton KItson and Drill rlll Chesbro Chesbroand C7hesbroand
and Kleinow KleinowWashington l KleinowWashington < leinowa8hintori
Washington Sept 3 Washington and7 and7Chicago andi and
Chicago split even today toda Smith Smrt h easily easilyoatnitehotl
outoUehcd Townsend in th tl first tJt t nptj npt nptWlthstunlllng nptwithattulUing I
withstuntlln poor support upnortln inUiq thQ seer seerond see SCCond seeond
ond game Fatten Pattenw was 9 t a puzzle in s i1 1I J bur burone butone bu buone
one Inning Attendance At 3600 Score ScoreFirst ScoreFirat ScoreFlrt
First Game On 1e > I TJ H E
Washington 1 S 2
Chicago S H i
BatterleJToWnsTehd Balterle Tons 1d and Clarko Smith Smithand Smithand
and McFaVlatid McFaVlatidSecond McF rln iaud iaudSecond d dSecond I
Second Game 11 IL E
Washington u 5 10 i
Chicago 4 i 11 j 2 I
Batteries BnttcrlesPatton Patton artd Jvittredge Owon O won
Walsh and Sullivan SullivanDenver SulUanWESTERN SullivanWESTEBN > I
Denver Cola cor6 Sept 3 3Colorado Colorado Springs SprIn
took both games ume from DencrtQtq Denver iQ4ay the
first on n safe and timely tlmel hitting and the
second on Denvers errors Scores ScoresFirst ScoreFirst Scores11ret
First stfmc fl It Hfe Hfer n H
e1ver r T r f2 2 C I Ia
tolora Coorudo o SPrrnf e a w wsame
Batterle Batter1eiCa1Ie > taule a anU nil f tLu1AiUe U l c mttn man
and Messltt 1 sItL w wecond
econd same t C Ki R Jr T TColorado B
1 benve en8 7 j i 9 ifl i
Colorado Cooraho firings 10 1 11 11w i
BatlerletrE BatterhesEyler w > v w j j rl ivi r X ICenl1 0 and IUClit
31 JIaunin uPln and nd ilesj Mest MestSioux h
Mtt I
Sioux Cft City Ia e f Slonx S faJ X Citys Cl t s er erH
rors lost tn i arnbtod 9P f Scer c
7 a aSioux
H JB JBGending
0 Sioux IOU C City It I I ohf uJb i r
OI11j11 Ornia 3ts 11 3 I I13atIeiiuJTarIott
B8l1ertlJ 13atIeiiuJTarIott oooiT rottand nnd Ken Kibly ulc ulek aml 1
Gending GendingD GendingD54
D D54 i ilolaes Iof Ja J iSopt Sept S > t aDes Do D iloiues iloiueswon Mpltewon plueswonnnto
won wonnnto one ine and lost Q onewill l1t StJC St Joseph V to tr
day d ScWler n nuow aoiv now pitcher was gwron gtV ll a a
trial in the th fit that at same but jrJs vsis roifevcd roJe d dy
by y Ilolfer at the end of the siKth Hithiunlng is1ii inning
Score ScoreFirat core coreFifjlt S SFir
Fir Fifjlt t same ama mo > I R RH H E
Dos Dc Molne Mq Mqst IQ1nE x > i ff 6 11 0
St Josopn J h l iTt 1 I is 1 J 2 I
BatterlosrScjillfnv BatteJ S JtU < f1r MoTtor ait1 i titd d Toxvnc To Towne11OlaOIl nc
Hodson JDioliiand m DTOI1 11l11nd and Gflrvin GflrvinSecond G OtirvitlSecond rc 1 1Second
Second gamo It 11 II E
Des Moines 10 1011 II 41 41StA I
StA S St Joseph ttisepit Po VMT rvri > J Json s
Battsrioe11Ofer Idr r and d Clarke j r f1od lied
son and an Marvin J
San SanFrueisq Francisco Sopt 5 Portland played phl C
for six innings today tod with the score
Against p tnst them and jifoj Ool S a run run to their theircredit tM tMcfOdIt theircodit
credit but b t Victor vic or came me in the seventh seventhwhpn seonlhWhPll seventhwlitiit
i whpn three men menbr crossed sea the plate pl e two
bIts coming into intotbd the th combination It Itwas ItWIUtll Itwit
was WIUtll a a pitchers battle with Jones of
Oakland takinff the honors htmorsallhoush although his hissfdeloet hi histdcloet
sfdeloet 5tde loct Score
je JR itHE H E
Portland ttt MOt 1 5 3
Oakland 2 j 7 a
BaUefios BnU BattefIo1borg floslborg Iborg and nd d Stedlman Ste Steitntan tmnn Jones Jonond Jonessmi
and nd B3Ties B ByrnesTacoma JI1S 1 1Tacoma N NTacbma
< > >
Tacoma Wash Sept S pt S > Tliomas and andWilliams andWUJj andWtliams
Williams WUJj ms had a pltcSars pit pltcher ers battle with
honors about oven Tacoma T co l Rlayed Rh dmorc dmorcperfeit more moreperfect norcperfect
perfect In the th field but Seattles S attl s errors errorsnotfigure errors errorsdid errorsdid
did notfigure In th tiiioro r score s orQ The tic v vbroken was
broken by b Nordykewlth a home run in inthe Inthe n nthe
the eighth innng Score Sc rc I IRIi
RII E ETacoma B1 B1Tacoma I
Tacoma s 2 4 4Seattle 0 0Seattle 0Seattle
Seattle v 1 1atter1esThomas 5 2 2JQattaries 2ijatt
JQattaries ijatt rtesTlIOm1l Tliomas and Hogan Wit Williams Witllama 11 11lIams ¬
liams and and1Vllson Wilson WilsonUmolre Wilsontmdreiftnl
Umolre tin tmdreiftnl lre T m Browy BrowyLoa BrofLOS Browz BrowzLG3 i r
Loa Anccle Am les CalSept Cat S Sept Pt San SmFran SmFrancIsco Fran Franciscb Franciseb
cIsco could not hit lt Gray Gra today toda and this thisfact UI tillsfact S Sfact
fact was responsiblefor the the1rl thelr rdefeat deleat eeat by
the score scoreo of 2 to 0Tnis 0 Tnis was the the fourth fourthcansecutlxe fourthcensecuthJe fourthcenecutWo
cansecutlxe game me talcon t 1i n from from1he the visit visitors isI1ore isitore ¬
ore Barber pitched good ball t but > ut the thelocals tholo thelocals
locals lo a18 ran bases b3I S well and were lucky
Scorer Sco uc C
R 1lHE 1lHELo H E ELos ELo
Los Lo Auselei A1 Age1 eie Ie Ih 2 25 25San 5 2 2San 2San
San FrahciscP vt J In > 0 4 2 2Batteries 2BntterlcaGra 2BatteriesGray
Batteries BntterlcaGra Gray and Eag Easr BagsrBarbcr r Barber anl andQortpa anlQortpn anltJortpu
QortpnCmpireMcDonnld Qortpa QortpaUmpiresMcDonald tJortputmpireMCDona1d
UmpiresMcDonald UmpiresMcDonaldA3UEBICAN CmpireMcDonnldArERIC tmpireMCDona1dAtEMC4N
At t Kansas City C1tyI Kansas a sas City 1 1 i ilii iliiAt Mlw MlCojjtnllusFlrst m mtccwm1
At CojjtnllusFlrst Gojiimbus First F rst game columbus columbusSecond Olumb s 3 31i 3 3Tolfldor
Tolfldor 1i l 6t Second game Columbus 3 3Toledo iedo Z Zedo
Toledo edo 2 2At 2At 2t
At t Indianapolis IndllnapoUsIn1i indIenao1isIn1Ianapo1IS Inlianapolis napolls 3 Louis Louisvjlle LouIsv LouIsvhIe
vjlle v vhIe lle 10 10vAt 11t 10At
vAt At t SL PoulStPanT PoulSt Pat Paul0 l 0 Minneapolis 1 1MAC 1MAC 1MAC
Sporting porting Editor HeraJd To dacJde a aJi al
Ji l etv t was the worlds record broken in InUte lfltile j
the single paced mile raco bqtwcen Sam Samlsonand Sam4Ison 1 1unison
unison lsonand and McEarland last lstruesda lstruesdaiilght Tuesday Tuesdayflight 1
flight if 1 so by Jiow hrc many ml1t1 seconds secondsM I Ijjj
jjj 4 bets it was equaled equaJ and BJ BJets > ets > t8 it was wasrokllli wasUrolten
Broken rokllli Who wins A READERIB READER flthUE1twIz
IB wins wI s The former worlds record for forsfemile form forIimiie
sfemile m 116 scratch cr4t eh race single pace was held heldg heldDwnl heldDowning
g Downing Dwnl and was made in a match matchce mat matchtce h hCQ
tce ce with Prank Fran Hofman UQrp n on the Salt SaltJuccr
Efllacor Juccr saucer track on June 2t 26 > 1903 130onlru ISIXowiiing
JQowninprs onlru time wits fis l5 1 5G flat tICFar IcFar
hinds time in Tuesedays l UCSCd1s race was vas
Ht lj5 45 45OGDEN 45QGN I IGDEN I
Ogden and Eureka Eurekatneet meet ai Eureka to toay tony
Iy ay and play lla again tomorrow Billy nilbutch
ttutch fitch utch has been secured to umpire umpireeiQ
tboq eiQ lf games He loaves JEu C6 for or Eureka uroka this thismorning thisnornlng thisnjornlng
morning 3ofh teams will put forth
their strongest players pD eri and plenty plcnt of
Cpin cpi will be wagered on ln the outcome outcomeI outcomeCarbine outcomeCarbiiie
I Carbine Team Match MatchS tThtc1rSqnir
S Sqnir < pigJrL Jrt N J 1 Sjspt S pt 3 aTht Thr carbine
t toam inateh iudt was wdu W Jl1 by b the frst itteam Mt team
4f 4 the Second troop Philadelphia City Clt Cityc4viry1
MftVWf1t < ava ry with IUt a total of2S8 out of a ajiIoes1blbC
jiIoes1blbC oaglJb
t t
At Odds Od s of 9 to 2 He Takes Takes20000Nrse
20000 2 20000Nrse iOOOP P4irse P4irseORT rse I IORTWEtLS
1 1ORT
Now owYorl York Sept 2Before 3 Before a crowd crowdof crowddf I
of f 25000 Stalwart at 9 to t02 2 won the 20
000 Century stakes one mile mll and a half halfat halrat
at Sheepshead SheepsheadBa Bay today toda defeating the i
11 to 20 0 favorite Ort Wells Tehis in one me of ofthe otthe ol olthe
the closest finishes of the year Short ShortHose S1ortUosevla ShiorlHosevas
Hose Uosevla Avas third eight oightlengths lengths len ths back The Thetime Thetime i7h i7htime
time 2Sl l 15 1 is a new track record recordtwofiflhs recordtwcrfiHhs recordtwofifths
twofiflhs of a asccond second faster than the thenrevlous thenrcvous thcnrcvious
nrevlous record Q ord made n aUe by WaterBoy Yat6r1o last lastyear lastQ2r lastyear I
year yearSidney Q2r Q2rSldnoo
Sidney Pagets Tradition which ran ransecond ranse mrse 1
second se ond to Artful Artfulin in the Futurity today todayeasily todacasn toda todaeasIiy
easily casn captured capturedthe the 10000 Flatbush Flatbushstakes Flatbushstakes i
stakes seven furlongs of the Futurity Futuritycourse Futuritycotlrs Futuritlcourse I
course She was heavily played being beingback beingbac bein i
back bac down front to 5 to 11 to 20 at atpost atpost a apost t I
post time Summary SummaryKoycllc SummarFirst SummaryrFirst I
First ice steeplechase le fun course courseROY
Koycllc ROY < l1c won wonprtmedary Oromcdary second econ Amur Amurthird Amuthird r rthird L I
third Time Timc514 Timc514Second 514 514Second
Second race six furlongswaterside furlongswatersideWaterside furlons furlongsVaterSid4Watershie aterside atersideVaterside i
Waterside won Lady Amelia second secondAdlos second4d1os Secondd1os
Adlos d1os third thlr 1 TJmeJ23 1im 12 25 35Third 25Third 25Third
Third race FJjUbMSh 1 tbns1t stakes 510000 510000seven OOOO OOOOaeven
seven furlongs furIOnSS11 furlongsTratlUion TradUlon adIUon 112 Lyne 11 11to 11to 1 1to 1
to 20i 2O won Olscau 115 Shaw 12 to l lsecond Imcont1 1 1eeeon1
second SJ S Bellane IK 1 CRedfern edernr 6 to tu
1 third thJrdTlnl Tlnie T1nie425 1 l25 5 15 5 Broadcloth BroadclothBurntHills BroadclothBUrntHUls BroadclothliumntHiil
BurntHills Veto and nd Sandy also ran ranFourth ranFourth ranFourth
Fourth race rflce the Century stakes 20 20 20COO
000 mile and a halfStalwart 115 Red Redfern Redfern Red1cm
fern 9 to 2 won Ort Wells 1 e1JS 11 11ONoni 1111 1111ONeill 1lIONeill
ONeill 1 1J ltO to t02O 20 secbriU sIlC I1 S Short ort Hose Hoser Hosti2
125 i2 Hildebrand 12 1t i 16 1 L thlrd Time
2 231 1 1p Major lajorJJltnscrlcld jpamgcrficld and Dolhi Dolhialso Dclhlalso Dcliialso
also ran ranFifth ra11Flftll ranFifth
Fifth race five and a a half furlongs furlongsCairngorm CurJonssCnlrngorm
Cairngorm won wont councilman socondr socondrBlucchcr sQcondrBlucchcr second secondBiuccttcr 1 r
Blucchcr third Timcl06 rfine106 rtel00 475 475Sixth 45Sixth 4 4Sixth
Sixth race selling mile and a six sixteenth sixteenth sixtecnth ¬
teenth on turf tUJfViJd Wild Thyme won Lead Loader Leader Leader ¬
er second Grey Friar third Time Tlmcl4i Tlmcl4iHORSES T1me14HORSES 147 147HORSES
The horses entered In the Calder Caldersrapes Caldera s stapes
rapes tomorrow afternoon will bo given giventheSr gtVNtther gIver a
theIr last ast workout today todn Manager ilanagerClaude ManagerClandc ManageClaude r
Claude Y Russell says ays they th are ar all go going goInS ¬
ing fast and andsood good time wllUresult when whenthoy whcnthoy wlie wliethey i
thoy face the startCr in the last meet meeting meetIng meeting ¬
ing of the year car at Calders Birchtwig Birchtwigholder Blr BirchtwicI htwlJ htwlJholder
holder of the Utah 1tullstato state record of 214 214who 214who 2i 2iwho I I
who will 1lJ to to tolowl1 lower the record rcc rd worked workedthree workCdthftC worke tl 11thoo
three heats Jb < better b tter than 215 yosterday yosterdayand yotcrtlannd ynsterdahnd
and Mr Russell RusselLib sure ho will reach reachthe renchthe reac h ti
the coveted mark m rk Incas the th 21ycafoId 21ycafoIdstallion I curold curoldatamon il hd
stallion who 110 will jjoa go 0 n halfmile exhi exhibition exhlblUon cxliibitlon I ¬
bition it 1 li thought wlldo wll do tho dstiiffce dstiiffcein e
in 1OS or 109 10 which Tiill tilt m bo traveling travelingsome trallngomo trarelin p psome f
some omo for a librae h c of this age ag Inca Incashas Incahas s 9has
has a marK of 2U4 H The races will start startat startl star t tat
at l 2 ocloci oclo
Doings in i the th Ring on ontho the Dia Diamond Dial
i imond
mond Around the Tr Track TrackFOR ck ckFOR
4 4SeidJirl
Seldom SeidJirl 11as nas there U ore been a cjolins O t1G oyent oyentat Qvqut Qvqutat 9nt 9ntit
at the Saucer aucor track which has wsojked wsojkedtip wlork mmktdm d d1p
tip m so ° much interest in the gamo samo as aatheseries asHie
theseries tile sorfes of match races between Floyd FtoydMcFarland FloydllcFarlan FioddeFariand
McFarland and W V E Samuelson R Sam Samhas Scmha
has 11 ha S had b d such easy picking this tlrl year yearthat remth yearthat
that th t many thought ho could defeat tho thobosk thobost theboat
boat men in the business To satisfy aUt all allconcerned
concerned Floyd McFarldnU was brought broughthirc
h here r front the east and the largest largestcrowd largestrowd largestcrowd
crowd < that liaa gathered at the hb Sauc Saucer SaucertracJt Saneertrack < er ertrack
track in the past PU t three thrO years went wentdown wentdown erit eritdown
down to see the race McFarland won wonund wonan
und an 1 won easilysurprising casllY surprising a great ma majority majority innjority ¬
jority of tho patrons of the track but butnot butnot butnot
not those who are posted on the speed speedof speedof etd
of the two men menThs incaThis
This was in a scratch race where head headwork heartwork
work and ability to sprint count for or orce oreverything
I everything ce thln Samuelson Immediately pro proposed prolOst1d proposed ¬
posed an Australian pursuit pur81 t race a style styloof Ht styleor lo loor
or racing at which ho negds ne ds not to o tako takoa
a back seat against any y man in the theworld theworld he heworld
world The match was arranged and
the pair will meet tomorrow night 11r nt to
fight fll t it out again againhUe againVhiie
While hUe It is well known what Sam can
do at this kind of racing it mus not be heoverlooked beoverlooked beoverlooked
overlooked that McFarland is an un unpicked unplclted unpicked ¬
picked jldcr Idcr of no mean ability mt How However Howeyor Itowever ¬
ever it i is condition that counts here hereand hereand
and anj1 Samuelson will have the better end endrace endor endof
or the argument It should be b a gtfllt gtflltrace groatrace
race with lth Samuelson the favorite for
the longend long nd of tho money mono
Harry Harr Nawmcycr N wmcycl who finished Hie 01 sea seawith seawith
with Salt nltLake Lake last year ear and started out outwith outwith outwith
with Denver this season s seasonand > aso a aJ1d d who was
then eJ1 sold to the Northern league Jca tie is now nowwith nowwllh nowwith
with Waterloo in the Iowa league It
is reported 1tport d that San Francisco Francl cJ wants
him him and that he will go there thor next year yearAccording yearAccording oar
According to reports rert received in this thiscits thisclt thiscity
city clt American wheel riders who go o to
Australia this winter will have a chance c anco
to compete on an asphalt phnJt track Jn Mel el ¬ I
bourne A fivelap track is being built builtthere builtthere builtthere
there and it is said will be all reidy ref1d for forthe I
the winters racing season S Rson In the th past pasttho pastthe pastthe
the races at Melbourne have been h en held heldon beldon holdon
on the cricket grounds a flat grassy plot IlrotLwIthout plotwithout ot otwithout
without any an banking whatever This Thishas Thishrs his hishas
has always been a great band banlIcap leap to toAmerican toAmerican
American rider Floyd JIcFapland JIcFaplandhowever McFav Icfa 1antl 1antl110wcver and andhowever
however won the mile championship hn1DPil sh1 on onthis onthis onthis
this track last season beatIn beating the < best bestmen be5tmen bestmen
men in Australia at their thcrown own kind of ofriding otriding ofriding
riding Ivor Lawson had three falls in inas Inas Iflas
as many trials to ride this track and andthereafter andthereafter andI
thereafter refused to compete on any of ofthe otthegras ofthe I
the thegras grass tracks tracksTommy tracksTommy tracksTommy
Tommy Jacobs Ja obs has Hutted Into h to the thefighting tbefighting thefighting
fighting game down in Los Angeles atfd atfdappears adappears d dappears
appears to be making good ood That is isTommy isTomm isI
Tommy Tomm has secured a manager m who wh vh w wwilling 114willing iiiwilling I
willing to bet 5250 2iO that Tommy TOrJm can fight fightand fightand igbtand
and he has also al o established establ lsbd a record in inthe iiithis
the papers p pers This is part of the record recordAccording t9cordAccording tcrdAccording
According to his manager Jacobs 13 13one ISone 15one
one of the best boys 1n n his class 5 in the thecountry thecount thrcountry
country count A fourround draw dra witn witnYoung wltllYoung witfYoung
Young corbett is the choicest t Thing ho hohas 1a 1al1as C Chas
has done having put the th uychamu uychamudown t1chamvdown echanfldown
down twice in the third round of thflir thflirlittle tholrlittle tbhlittle
little setto s < Herrera and Clarence Clar ne Eng English English Enghish ¬
lish have also been up against a alne the b boY boYfrom boyfrom ° y yfrom
from the Mormon village and they th6 had hada hada hada
a hard time picking aim nlmFourround 111mJourround aimFourround
Fourround draw with Young Youn Corbett CorbettThis Corbottl7his orl1cttThis
This Is that exhibition Xhlbl on in OS OSdOJ o Berr Barrltr Barrltrliad HerrCriSad ra rajiuu
jiuu Sad l lhartl 14 atd at u E1cklnsJust picking uivnnit Just ov t VTW VTWEnglish 0 rOfJnd rOfJndEngi >
English Engi Cjh well v en not in this neck ncc of the thewoods thewood thew000
woods woodsBiddy woodBIddy w000Biddy
Biddy Bishop has as just returned from a atrip Dotrip a aL
trip to Dawson City C1t and it itis Is reported reportedthat reportedthat reportedthat L
that he Tjrought brotishtbom home a a sackfulof money moneyto moneyto moneyto
to show for his two months sojourn in inthe inthe iiithe
the Yukon country Bishop starred Billy BillyWoods BillyWoods BillyWoods
Woods the Los Angeles colored man manamong mmamons manamong
among the mining camps up there and andit andit andI
it I t Is said he had easy eas picking with those thosetvho thoseWho I
Who had aspirations In the pucillstlc pucillstlcworld JudHsticworld purrilisticworld 1
world Woods ended end d his trip by defeat defating det defeatag at atIn
ing In l ag Nick Burley for thc champlonshio championshhofthe of ofthe ofthe
the Yukon and according aCcor ln to Bishop Bishopwon BishOpwon BishopL
won several mining claim along with withthe Wllhold wiUigold L
gold old nuggets and gold d dOt st besides aU aUthe E
the spar spare < Tcash cash th the miners had h dabout about their thoJrpersons tho thooj theirpersons oj
persons personsIt
It is i reported that hat one of the Butte Buttefight Buttehht Buttfight
fight clubs Is trying to match George GeorgeGardner GeOTJeGardner GeorgeGardner
Gardner againstJImmy a against lnst Jimmy Flynn the fight flGhto fiEbto
IO to take uuvu place nnvu m In Butte jjuvi In inthe the < near future fuWreOne futureOne luvu luvuOne
One mlcht add What Wh l a pudding for forGardner torGadner fcaGardner
Gardner GardnerMuch GadnerIuch GardnerIuch
Much Iuch has boon beenPaid said time thp and timr timragain til11asuln thnI >
again about the class of baseball ba baJi dishM dishMT dts1Jtoilout dtsl dtslout I
out to local fans by thoPac1flc the T Pacific > Natlnal Natlnallea Natlopaleacue KT + lvnal
league lea ue As has often been b < pn stated in thifiS th thcolumn thcolumn I
column fans in Salt Lake are etUiur qettl qettlr getUarnc I
nsn nc r iroo coed < l nn artlcl or 0 bal as a in nn nnmInor ny n nminor = j
mInor lea league e db tn the country Th ThQan Thh Thhi
Qan oasifr ffisUr be h proven by the war WD te theplaers th thplayerS i I Iand
playerS of the paei Faciftc National l loaglH loaglHare I Iare
are grabbed bbed every year b by the t two o bt btIpa
Ipa leagues e5 Last Season some thlrt thlrtyo thlrtyoI od odplavers i
players ginduated into the bl big leagues leaguesI ea p 4 4and I
and now the leagues have started a a raid raidon raWon I
on Pacific National players again thl thland thtj thtjosr th thI i
year osr At the meeting of the < nations nationsconiniS5iOfl t tcommisslon
commisslon held Thursday nh night ht thrtb thrtb1r thr thrnen
1r nen n were gobbled from thhleactuP Th TIUare y yaro
are Ho lloiig and Rockenfie1d of Snoka Snokarlj Snokarljand j1 j1and
and SwindcllB Swl n dCH of Butte B utte Js J s it Is I yet eariy eariystrengtHeh ear
in tbedrnCling the drafting season it Will 1n occasIQXl occasIQXlno eccasiesno 1
no surorlse i mQrt ar are gobbled up t tstrcnsth tstrengthen 1
strengthen strcnsth n tho bis bl leasues leasuesHere lea IeaueSUeie es eslIer
Here lIer ip i a story comins P2 from Spekanct SpekanctUmpire Sp Spokani SpokaniI kftn kftnUmpire
Umpire Davis and Catcher Hnn Haneon on h hl lu bai baip l l1een I
l been > een out tosether one 01 < nlkht nr ht before tip UtiJ p
iramc J 1pJ In question an alil > Hanson was don donctho dontho rlnrthi tO
tho Pntertahilnrr The Tl result was that thrfEtho thatthe thua
the Boise catcher ttch r parted with a folt foltamount f famount fsl a
amount of his salary before the th evening eveningwas ccnhtfas evenirti evenirtiI I
was as over hut he rested rc > tad under ulJder the bglidif bglidifthat b bth1 bth1that lI lIthat11e I
that that11e he had hac w won n a friend 1 i in in the umpire umpireTho umpr umprTholm umniraTh
Tho Tholm Th nxt qxt t div da Hanson be b began an n to compluih compluihabout compluflabout
about Davis decisIons decis ons on balls anld anldstrikes oJ11strikes artjstrikes I
strikes It appeared to him im that f the he e nni4 nni4son 1l 1lpiTt urn urnpire
piTt could be more lenient with lus1a lus1anl bistlaniehtii
nl niehtii ht8 comnanhm and he Wa was vigo I o tt ttIn 4In
In lila prot1lStq The rS11Uwas rsi1t was th that t Han HanSQfl t tson
son was w s fln flnfld d S5 5 5made and 11e nOr thinks lte lte1Utde It
made n t mot wr invcstmciit when he wtnt ivra ivraout cu cuout t
out with U1 Davis DalsHCr
Here HCr Is lswhzzt s what our friends tIre cnQraios cnQraiosthink ntllulosfhlnJr ntimio ntimiothink a
think of Pitcher Pitc F Fvok k as g published In Intho Intho 1 ii iitire i
tho Spokane Chronicle ChronicleOne ChronicleOne
One of the blondehaired blond afr Elders by bf It Itthe f
the th name nameo of Easick pitched a great game gameyesterday gainyestetday an ann
yesterday n > stctda tho best probably prob bly that ha ha5 haeon
been eon Seen en on the local grounds this sisa Sf Sfson serEssick
son Essick sslck had nl a curve eiir yesterday eSler oy that thatporliaos UtatPrmns the t terhraas
porliaos no 11 National 1 tIonal leaguer l < uuer ever Ir sur gurpassed so sopassed
passed livery bend w6S a shoot shoQt3nd shoQt3ndevcry ond an 3 devery
every one on the same ame Combined with JIF hJ hJOat R F3great
great Oat pitching arm rm he had 18 1 a head on on81S a n
aansrar 81S his I8 shoulders SJ1O tldcrs that kept him out of all allaansrar aUamar ai II IIangr 11
Enters E nters Protest Against pne ne of ofHer ofHerAthl ofHi
Her HerAthl AthMe AthMeOLYMPIC AthhfLYMPiC 1 > s C d dQ
St Louis Sept S fWltli WJUi the thetho > ffefshjfrf ffefshjfrftho 1 i1fSh f ftho
tho Intsmational Int2rnati nnl t tm < Mia race the tout toutevent tMtoyoot lustovoat
event on todays lods card cAi th the 18 0401ympiad 0401ympiadoomo < M Qlymplad Qlympladoamo
oamo e to an end Owing O lDS to tOPrGtest pretest ro m J8by madeby ule uleby
by the Chicago Chl go r Atliletic asBociotion the theaard th thaward theaward
award of the magnificent mag tftC nt < loving > ing cup p en
blematic e Oi ei the Olympic chwmpionsiltip p
was not made to the athletU Mhlette orga orsnaSsa d a
i Lion tLo whoa wbOile representatives repr tntatJes scored seore most
i points in the Olympic chaniptonaliln
evonth during urms tho tb meet
The final scores according accordln to the of ofN
flciQl records of the four hUbstollow 1ubs foiiow
N Np New wYork York Athletic club 6J Chicago Ath ithoUc ¬
letic l tic association SO O Milwaukee AtW AtJdetin tio tiocjub tioclub
club Hi Urcatvr lr tcr K New e w York Irish Athletic
association 31 31Protest 31Protest 31Protest
Protest Against DeWitt BeWittTho DeWittTho DeWittThe
Tho Chicago associitlon a it lon however l1o nas nasprotested nasprotested na naprotested
protested tho entry of O John R It Dowitt l of ofthe u uthe orthe
the New York Athletic club who won woneond wonstocond wonsecond
second eond place pJ cc in the th sixteenpound barn hmnmer hwnm barnnier
mer m r event and tho th New York Athletic Athleticclub AthleticClub thleUcclub
club tugofwar team which iliilahcU iliilahcUlourtlx flUlslied10urdt1n IhilakedIourth3n
lourtlx 10urdt1n m that event eventTlie O eventThe nt ntTIH
The result of theso protests will be beunless beunless beunless
unless the charges are withdrawn thai thaithe tha thatthe t ttbe
the awarding of tha championship CUP CUPwill CUPwIlt cupwilt
wIlt be b delayed until after the meoune meotl of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the governing board of the Amateur Ath Athletic AlIiletlc athletIc ¬
letic union in New York next November NovemberShould NovuberShould
Should the tbeprotesLc protests be allowed bv b that thatbody tbatbod thatbody
body bod It will result in a tie as DowHt won wonthree wonthroe wonthree
three points and the tugofwar t am m ona onapoint ohepoint ohspoint
point for the New York club clubJames clubJames clubJames
James D Ltgatbody i of the Chicago Chicagoof Clca ClcaJthtetlc ChicagoLthletic
Jthtetlc a5tiocl association tfon clipped tbreefUtbA tbreefUtbAof
of a second oft the Olympic record for forthp fOrtb forthis
this tb 1500mcter run runPole runPole runS
S Pole Vault Record Broken BrokenTher BrokenTherfO BrokenThere
There was an unusually fine field In tho thopole tbepole th thpole
pole vault contest Five men broke brol a tho thoviyrapic thonympH theiniiC
nympH iniiC record before Ute oveitt narrowed narroweddr J1R1row aroweddAwn d ddw
dr dw w to the final f1n 1 Jumps with Uircte men meneligible meneUglble meneltglble
eligible Charles E Dvorak of the Chi Chiffigo ChlcnMo CiiiCago
ffigo Athlotic association then demon demonstrated demonstr8ted demonstrirtod ¬
strated hLs class and from the elevenfoot elevenfootmark c1eYentootmark elevenfootmark
mark he competed cm tetl alone one the other four fourbest fourmOn fourmen
mOn being tied at that mark Doraks Doraksbest s sbest
best was 11 feet 6 Inches breaking br vlklu < the thuOlympic theOlympic
Olympic record cord of 10 fe feet et t 9 9910 910 incfees h held heldbt baldby ld ldby
by I K Baxter of the University of ofi orr ofreansyivunhe
i nnsyivunla r made ma o at the Paris l > arfs Olymp Olympiad OlympIad Quailkeenest ¬
iad iadThe The keenest competition of the entire entireweeks entlroweeks entireweeks
weeks programme developed In the dlacu dlacuTnrow d5CItAtrow dlscUInrow
Tnrow M J 3 Sheridan S ed an of the Greater GreaterNew GreaterNew
New York Irish Athletic association and andRalp andRalp andRaip
Ralp W Rose of the Chicago Athlctlo Athlctloassociation AthiottaassoclUen thlctloaSSHcbthm
association tJod for first place w with th thro t1JrQ1 t1JrQ1r a anf
nf r J2S 28 feet ef > efc os Inches < broakinir GUi Olymp Olympic OlmpIe ¬
ic record ty 1 mop than ten feet feetAs featAs etc
As c splitting spUtU g points Is not allowed in an anOlympic anOlmplc anOlympic
Olympic championship the th men were wereforced WUftforced wereforced
forced to throw over the tie The besc bescthat bcstthat bos bosthat
that Ross could do was 120 20 feet feetwhile 6 4 inches inchesalso Inoh InohwhUe
while Sheridan altnougb beaUn beaUna beaUnI beaUnalso beating him himalso I
also showed a reversal of form and aD a tn tndistance t tdl tiir tiirdistance
distance dl taJlce that save him first place was was12T wa91Z
12T feet J0 1 4 Inches InchesCRICKET InchcsCRICKET InchesCRiCKET
Players SeJected Who Will WillLine Willline WillLine
Line Up In Match Mat h Game Gameat Gameatib GameatIjimrty at atLiberty
I Liberty ib rty Park Pa k Labor Day DayThe O Y YThe
The Salt Lake Cricket club has selected selectedtwo 2eJootedtwo selectedtwo
two teams from among among amon Its players to tomeet tomeet tomeet
meet in a match matchgsme game at Liberty park parktomorrow parktomorrow
tomorrow The game will 111 commence at
10 oclock and continue until it is fin finished finished finfaked ¬
ished The lineups are as follows followsNightingale followsNfhtin followsNightingale
Nightingale Nfhtin 1le Capt1Sanford Capt CaptHayward C CaptHayward pt ptHayward
Hayward 2 Rev Young
Bliss 3 H Evans
Collis 4 Boars B amo
Jackson 5 Hoare
Jones 6 KnaufC
Hall 7 Paul
T Evans Evans8 58 Elswood
Blatyacker Bltya BlatyackorLivermore kcr 9i 9 Lynch
Livermore JjRev 111 Rev Slmpklns Sln pkiruJ
Walkley ValkJe U jjMorrIs West Westorrh9
MorrIs orrh9 12 12A n Hearo HearoA ll aro aroA
A meeting of the Cricket Crfck tclub club Has 1iab iaI been beencalled beencalled en encalled
called for next Thursday Thursda night at tho j
Odd Fellows hall at which time SlOpS atopawill SlOpSwill stopswill
will be taken to organize an association
football team It is then the intention
of the Cricket club to try and arra rTaHe armaagoa rTaHea ga
a match game with Eureka for Thanks
Eivjns C alvin vln = day dayWINUEBS 18 dayVIIfliEBS <
Both Ken and Wo Women en Take Partin PartMnAtliletic PartinAthletic PartinAthletic
Athletic Sports SportsA
A number of interesting sporting events
were Bulled > off in connection With ith tho
annual state day da of the Modern Od r Wood ood ¬
men of America held h ld at the Lagoon last t
Wednesday The events and winners were
as follows foUowsWomans toUowsWomans followsWoinn
Womans foot race T3ce1Irs Mrs H IL Gessler G sler
One hundredyard dash dashMrs Mrs rs George
Wessler WesslerFat WesslerFat WesslerFat
Fat mens m hS racoMT1 ra M Peterson
Sanding broad jump jum jumprmarik Frank FrakWessier Wessler
Lifting contest contest1 M J Bridsaman Br1d an
Childrens ChlJdr s cake Etkc walk nJkIsI11ieUa Isabella higgins HiggtnaUnQ HggtmJttnd higginstnd
UnQ Lena Fafok FafokGirls FatokGtrls FafokGins
Girls foot race raccDel1a Delia Clayton
Nailing ccitest cCIte ccztestMrs tlrs Jirs Turner and nd Mrs t
Harmon HarmonBaby JarmonIJaby i3armonBaby
Baby shoir howfrs Mrs James Popyer POP 1er
Largest family on the grounds groundsMorris aierria
SUftfcl SUftfclOldest Stl StiefelQI4i3t fet fetOldest
Oldest Modern o ern Woodman YoodmanMr Mr r Fafek
Fiftyyard < lltard dash for or mon mu moGoorgc Goorge W Wess w
ler icrRurndng
Running broad 1ijV1 ujmp igppGcore > Gconre Wesater Wesaterlargest Weesler18115t WeasjerLargest
largest womanMrs rroman manM Mrs S Turner TurnerLargest TurnerLarest TurnerLargest
Largest nja IUanC Calf f Potersoii PotersoiiSeals fotef30R fotef30RS PotersonSeals
Seals S a1s Buy Angels Dgelslitchcr DgelslitchcrLos Pitcher PitcherLos PitcherLos
Los Angeles Cal Sept 3 3ceorg 3GeorgeWlieler G orgo orgoWheeler >
Wheeler 1Vhe ler who has been one of the Los LoaAngeles Losnselef1 Losnge1es
Angeles pitchers itcIter for two years eartl has hasbeen It208been ha habeen
been purchased by Manager Harris lIalrlsoC lIalrlsoCthOSWl of ofhis ofthe
thOSWl the San Francisco club and witl wi ln lnhIs iahis
his work for San Francisco bypltttliia bypltttliiai
a game against Los Angeles Angel s jveJct irlxt0n irlxt0nday Mon Monday IDn IDnday ¬
day in th the Labor day game Harris Harrishas Harrishas
has released Pitcher Phil Knell KnellJeffries KnollJcttriC3 KnellJeffric3
Jeffries Almost Ashamed JshamedWhen AshamedWhen
When Jeffries Jetrr was asked astu d how he felt
the day aftrr hfterbis his fight i111t with 1tb Munroe b M
said s l U I feel like lIk a man who bo had klcj klCka kiejotil kiejotila l
a boy bQ a and > id then thought the matter over OVt1and overand
and felt ashamed of himself Honestly Hon th
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