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Ward and Wright ESdeem R deem Them Themselves Themselves Themselves
selves on the Courts CourtsQUALIFY CourtsQUALIFY CourtsQUALIFY
QUALIFY FOR THE FINAL FINALCOUPLE FINALSCOUPLE FINALCOUPLE S
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TO BE BEATEN BEATENLondon
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London Juts 1 1JHolcbe J Holcmle Ward ard and attdilt
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trmite trnn throughout the three seta at U Utzl tllo tllo1v th thcovens
covens tzl 1v rus club today defeating with the theiitmuet theflfm thettmoat
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gs of France Fren e in I the semifinal doubles dOllbl 8 for forVif forth forti
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vimis t < lnls trophy With Itll almost equal eq a1 ease easeIt eats eatsIAubtralaeian
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t Vtnian rman 15 I Brook disposed of the Aus Austria ALL ALLtrui4 4 ¬
tria 111114 us C voti on Vensely and R Kinsel KinselVjus Kittselt Insel Inseldol
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t What the Pacific Nation NativnatLeague l League Ball Players Did in the Big BigLeagues BigLeagues +
+ Leagues Yesterday YesterdayStrlcklU YesterdayStricklett
+ StrlcklU wux n ujiuuttiyii Brookl Brooklyn n National > auonau iiicnca Pitched excellent ball but lost his game
+ + T on account of poor fielding behind him He struck out opt six Ix men and gave on
f base on bails 00115Etildak ballssgiak
4 EsHick sgiak Portland Coast league Had a pitchers battle with Thomas and
+ 4 lost his game A > wikl pitch guvc Tacoma ono run runt r1 1
Thomas Tacoma Coast league Von his camo motrom from Portland shutting shuttin g
4 thC wobrool tv obfooters rs out In the last seven InnltU Ito did not allow H t hit
+ SUokno3lo Seattle Coast league His I Iis hit In file ninth inninG helped i i iI win vin the
t game Kme for Seattle SfmtU c cIane
I rJSan JSan Kane < 7 Seattle Coast league loo e Htehit His hit in the ninth helped win the game
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+ for Seattle and his playing pla lng of third was the feature of the game ° rtmc mc
4 St8n6 Stantoy Oakland u Ifend Coast league Caught for or Oakland OaklandM ht Ii team wlnnin winning 0 a
+ the game gamet e
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HOGAN POSTS FORFEIT FORFEITMike FORFEITMike
Mike Schreck Issues Defi to Fight PighlAll FightAll FighAll t
All Championship ChampionshipAspirants ChampionshipAspirants ChampionshipAspirants
Aspirants AspirantsBVIflontly AspirantsEvlilentf AspirantsEVIBontiy
BVIflontly Evlilentf Billy Hogau has not been
asiaoo ajleo since he loft for Chicago In his hisefforts hisefforts hisetfortl
efforts to set et Mike Ike Schrcok before tho
lime light again Hogan said b before foro leav leavthb
InS hors that Ire was after big men and
the bigger they were the bettor they
would suit himself hJm el and ScUreck Tho fol
I lowing dispatch from Chicago Chte > tto would In ¬
dicate that Hogan is living up U P to his
II word wordMlko word1Uko
Mike Jjchreck chreck and an his manager Billy
Hogan yteterday throw down tho
gaunt ¬
let to the fighters in the light heavy ¬
I weight w l ht and heavyweight heln welght divisions divlslons41oo and
posted pots td d dt dt a t forfeit of Yti000 aOOO with Charley
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Ksfiig Jsr + l to t bind bl a match t Jfmh with Marvin Hart if
Ja Jack U Johnson 1rlir r BOb v Fltclrnmoll i iother
or toy
other otJu > r topnotcher Mike Is confident that
he can beat any 11 of these r men and aU he
wants tt ants is s a chance to t < > try tryMORE tryMORE tryMORE
MORE HORSES ARRIVE ARRIVETwo ARRIVETwo ARRIVEo
Two Tw o Carloads of Runners and Brans Bransfords Bransfords Bransfords
fords Fast Pacers PacersHere PacersHere PacersHere
Here HereTwo HereTwo HereTtvo
Two carloads of runners arrived in thocity the UICcity
city yesterday 1 Lerday making four carloads In Inall inalt j jall
all that have come in this week for tho thocircuit thecircuit
circuit races The horses arriving yester yesterJ cster
da1o da y are a part of the stable or George
We 7entworth ntworth and Dart ot a 5tablo st tble under
the man manaleittent < 4 OlUent oC Chub Russell the
well J know Jockey locks These horses were
all takon to Agricultural park where they
will l b be rut ut In shape for the coming
races XcLCQSJ ra
raJ J S Bransford yesterday received his hisJV
hv two JV f5Lst fast P pacers cws from the const They Th > y are
rom Cornell and Dewey Dewc or Mistake The
jatter latter horse was originally orlgtll ll named Dewey Dowc
but raced under the name of Mistake tho thonamed thoINUIt thePst
INUIt winter 01 on account of the surplus ot ot110rtioeS ofrses
110rtioeS ho rses named nam Dewey Dcwc on the coast coastUMPIRE coastUMPIRE coastUMPIRE
UMPIRE SHOOTS PLAYER PLAYERTexas PLAYERTexas PLAYERTexas
Texas Man Who Is Badly Beaten BeatenDraws EeatenDraws BeatenDraws
Draws a Gun and Makes MakesEffective MakesEffective MakesEffective
Effective Use of ItIn ItIn It Its1n
In Texas T aJ they the have a baseball umpire umpirewho umpirewho umpireo
who wh o President Bert of the Pacific Coast Coastftfl Coastgue
league lea ftfl ftflO gue O L16 L16ldw would ldw probably kbi l like l to o do Jt business businesswith n nland
to
with Last week in a game at Rock Is Isud ¬
land la ud a player assaulted the umpire whose whosemime whosenume whosenitmr
mime is George Reed knocking him down downand downand downHnd
and kicking kllkln him and bruising him While e
lying on the croiuxi t connd Reed pulled a gun
from hi hia pocket and shot the ball player playered
Reed Re ed was arrested but allowed allo cd to go goon goon goon
on a bond
THIRTY AUTOS START STARTON STARTONLA START ° ON ONLAjSTAGE
LAjSTAGE LA LAST STAGE OF F TRIP TRIPPortsmouth TRIPPortsmouth TRIPPortsmouth
Portsmouth N H July Jul 14 HWhat What was wasexpected waseXPfCted wsetpected ts
expected to be the last stage of the auto automobile automobile autoobile tso ¬
mobile m obile trip from New York to the White Whitemountains Whitemountains Vhltomountains o
mountains for the Glidden trophy in inwhich Inwhich i iwhich n
which about thirty cars ar are participating participatingwas
was w as begun from this city today The Theweather rhoweaUter
weather was excellent and the last la t party vnrtphad partClad
had left before 10 oclock o clock All the ma machines machines maines
ch chines ines were in good condition conditionBASEBALL conditionBASEBALL conditionBASEBALL
BASEBALL AND FOOT RACE RACEAT RACEAT RACEAT
AT AM FORK JULY 24 24Special 24SlXtIal 2 2Spcctal
Special to The Jleraldi JleraldiAmerican IIcral IIcralmocifan
American mocifan Fork July 14 UlI M H Inger Insersoll Ingersoll Ingersoli
soll has ha just ju t completed > a arrangements arrangementswhoreby arrangmuntswhoreby arrangmat arrangmatwhereby
whoreby he will meet Robert Evans of
L Lehl ehi hl In a foot race here July Jttl JttlThe 24 24Th 24The
Th The Blue PolivtJPorfecto baseball baso1 > l team teamof te3mof tea teaof m
of Salt Lake wijPplay hero on th the 24th 24thThe 4th 4thThe
The local team Is also very anxious an lous to tomeet tomeet t tmeet
meet the th Dubel T Tyatlors tllors of Salt Lake LakeSpanish Lal LakcSpanish c cSpanish
Spanish Fork 15 Am Fork 10 10i 10CSptdal 10Special
i Special to The Herald HeraldTOTican lIraldtUfrica1 Heraldmrriran
TOTican Fork July 14 HThe Tho Spanish Spanishl
I l American Forks clashed hero yes yeslav yesI e
lav 11 I in a game of baseball resulting sultinS in inteam Inttnm i n
team from Spanish Spunl h Fork winning wfnnin the theae theI1 th thqc e
ae I1 < bv a scor s orf < of 0 15 to tollJ 19 9 Turner for forvisitors forvisitors fo fovisitors er r
visitors a former American Fork Forkcr For Forer g
cr r did excellent work In the bos bo ex exng exg exnt
ng nt g the admiration of his old friends friendsthis trlcndsthis lrieudthis
this place aide The game was IIS very veI welt weltrd w11ft wclcd
rd ft until tho beginning of thttjiighth thttjiighthng 1
ng r gg when W hen the plays were v ryragged very veryraggedlne ryraggedne TagGed TagGedIne
Ine ne up Jp follows followsrrjran tolJoVsIran followsrtran
rrjran Iran Fork Position Spanish Fork Forkhstcrsrn VQrk5t3n Iron Ironstcnsen k
hstcrsrn 5t3n Single Silurlca1d Singleand
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ScrtreTO S Score rf innings inninGSSpanish
Spanish Fork ork 0100012 0 1 0 0 0 1 8 3 315 15
Ararican Am t lcan Fork 00120097 0 0 1 2 0 0 II 7 0 010 010Canada 10 10Canada
Canada Wins Kolapore Cup CupBiay CupUiey Cupflier
Biay flier c Eng July 14 14Canauln Canada won the th c
Kolasore KJa Qr sup up today with a score > of of3a 75S
IJje 3a 1 nether country wa was second with a
> f 752 52 o New Spaland aland third score 749 749fourth 79all
11 fourth score 745 Guernsey Guernse Guernsecore y
clr core ore 731 731TEOROLOGICAL 72TEOROLOGICAL t
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TEOROLOGICAL REPORT REPORTdays REPORTdays
days Record at tho Local Of O Oof f
2 4 of the Weather Bureau Bureauim
lm im m trmperature tc 81 S1 degrees min mlnimpcr minliCrlture mlitmcrature
impcr liCrlture ture 53 degrees mean u tNn tNnr tci tcio > m n
0 degrees which I is 6 degrees degreesr
is r net normal r mat accumulated Q t dwflolejicy dwflolejicyi dfioienc dfioiencS 8n F Frlttrr Y
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u s acumulated u excess of t ttlmlJPr ttlmlJPrJw temp tempc mpf > r rcc
> c cc Jar + 1 251 degrees degre Total ire prcwi iren > Tt Ttn
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STANDING OF THE TEAMS TEAMSNational TEAMSNational TEAMSS
S National League LeagueWon LeagueXew
Won on Lost st PC
Now York K F5 > 2 i 714
Pittsburg 40 10 JO q0
Philadelphia 46 31 a 507
Chicago 45 > J1 > 5 570 0
Cincinnati Cln lnna l iSt 41 1
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St Louis i e V 2 su 51 i0 3W SbiIi 16
Boston oston ooklyn > < 51 f 3 OS ° S
bi Sl9 Sl9A
Brooklyn Ii V135 i 51 1 290 290American 29 29rnercao
American A rnercao League LeagueWon LeagueVon LeagueWon
Won Lost I t PC PCt
Chlca Cleveland o d > JD 36 y dr 61 I
Philadelphia Chlcasro Cl1IQn 0 t 48 4 11 2T 2l r 614 614
Philadelphia 42 28 600
Detroit 116 s fG 36 4JK 49
Boston SI a 35 470
Now York 31 n 37 r 166 t >
St Louis S 2S 45 4 Wl Xi Xiasllillgtoll
Washington asllillgtoll uM SI 1 4C i6Western 342 342Western 34 34Western
Western League LeagueAVon League1on LeagueWon
AVon 1on Lost PC P C
Des Moines 16 a 2 l 17
Sioux City 40 2T r Fdi7 87
Denver is t 80 SS >
Omaha 36 3 Il l 87
Colorado Springs 31 31 40 41 300 00
St JoBCoh 10 47 2SS 2SSPacific 3SSPacific 258Pacific
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Tacoma 66 36 9W
San Fronicsco Francesco 54 44 551
Los Angeles 46 47 489
Portland 42 1 44 4SS
Oakland 48 52 435
Soattle 38 6 50 419 419NATIONAL JI9NATIONAL 119NATIONAL
NATIONAL LEAGUE LEAGUEPhiladelphia LEAGUEPltlJadeJphia LEAGUEPhiladelphia
Philadelphia July 14 Philadelphia de ¬
feated St Louis today in a poorly poorl played playedgame pJayedgame playedgame
game Taylor was batter hard Attend Attendance Attendance ttend ttendancc ¬
ance 2000 Score
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St Louis 2 C 5
Philadelphia 7 10 1
Battenae BatteriosTalor BatteriesTaylor Taylor and Grady Corridorr
Dooln and Abbott AbbottBrooklyn AbbottBTooklyn AbbottBrooklyn
Brooklyn July JuJ 14 HPitlsburg Pittsburg walked alked oft offwith oftwith oftwith
with th the final game of the series today
4 to 2 Strlcklett pitched excellent ball
but the fielding accorded him was wretch wretched ¬
ed Attendance liSOO Score
R H E
Brooklyn 2 7 7
Pittsburg P Pittsbur 4 7 0
Batteries BatteriesStrlcklett feSStri Stricklett kl it > and d Ritter tte Case Caseand Caseand as asand
and Peitz PeitzBoston PottzBoston
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sensate sensational Cineinnati nal finishes ever seen eo on a ball bul 1
field Cincinnati won todays game 4 to 3
Attendance 1100 Score
R H E
Cincinnati 4 1 S 3
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