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8 THE HE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY AUG 191909 191909Whats 19 1909 1909Wha 1909J >
J Whats Wha WhaesWhaInSorsI All I What the V Time in Sports SportsAll OdS DETROIT r i J TIGERS SEEM TO BE SLIPPING PI TheBportingAuthority TheBportingAuthorityof of Salt t Lake ority
JOHNSON SHOWS SHOWSFINE SHObVSFINE
FINE CONDITION CONDITIONBlack
Black Champion Entertains a aBig aBig aBig
Big Crowd at Salt Palace PalaceLast PalaceLast PalaceLast
Last Night NightMAKES NightMAKES NightMAKES
MAKES A GOOD TALK TALKSPHERAL TALKsr TALKSNPERAL
SPHERAL sr ERAL PRELIMINARIES BOR BORDER BORDER BORDER ¬
DER ON THE REAL THING THINGDespite THINGDespite THINGDespite
Despite threatening weather conditions
2500 500 persons turned out to see ee the Jack JackJohnson JackJohnBQ JackJolinaon
Johnson boxht boxing < < exhibition at the Salt SmttPalace SaltP SaltPalace
Palace P lace last night and all went away sat satfied aatisfled satsfled
isfled fied = They saw a great hulk of a ne negro negro megro ¬
gro with arms like oak trunks dance danceand danceand danceifll
and grin around the platform now and andthen andthfn andthen
then pushing out a glove that rocked rockedthe
the head of Jack Price a big man like likea likeWtthebabyandgetaclgar
a hltthebabyandgetaclgar ma machine macl machine ¬
chine cl ne The same arms easily warded off offft offFt offtff
ft tff ft swings and punches and moved at attimes atUm attimes
times Um eS with the quickness of a cat catNot catot catNot
Not ot a fan In the arena will dispute disputethat disputethat disputethat
that Johnson is clever and that he is isquick Isquick Isquick
quick and while they did not see him himxert himfxrt him4xert
xert himself they would not relish be being beIng bep ¬
p ing rtg the receiving 1eC ivlnlf end nd of one of ofbhws Ms Msblows h hbhws
bhws when he did start a brisk brl k one oneAll ODeAU oneAU
AU this the followers of the game know knowT kno knoTo
T the man who intends to wager on onUK ont11P onthe
UK coming fights it was apparent that thatJohnson thatJohnson thatJohnson
Johnson Is in pretty fair shape and that thatmonth thatmonth thatmonth
month or even loss l IIA of training will put puthim puthim puthim
him right r bt the reports from the theeut east not notn notwithstanding notwithstanding
withstanding withstandingIt n
it was also impressed more and more morethat morethat morethat
that Jeffries will have to be in pretty prettynear prettnar prettynear
near oldtime form to win In fact the thecondition theollditlon theOflditlOfl
condition of Jeffries J ftr1e8 is the only ques question quetion queation ¬
tion
Makes Good Talk TalkTo
To the less interested spectator per perhaps perhaps perhaps ¬
haps the newest dope acquired wq John JohnEon Johns Johnson
Eon s < Jn as a man His talk after his in introduction Introduction intriductlon ¬
troduction was in perfect English and andwas andwas andwas
was evidently sincere The good impres impressiun Impression
siun it made brought a genuine hand of ofapproval ofapprovaL ofaprroval
approval approvalJohnson approvaLJhJU50n aprrovalJihnson
Johnson explained his trip to Oakland Oaklandt
to t prepare for the Ketchel fight ft ht that thath
h had made the match following the thevj thewishes thejshes
vj wishes h s of the American public to deter determine deterTlline deterTi ¬
mine Ti mc the best man to meet Jeffries John Johni Johnsn Johnsaid
sn i said in conclusion conclusionLet
Let us hope that the battle between betweenStmley betweenStanley betweenStinley
Stanley Ketchel and andmyaelf myself my lf will be a aE agod ag
E god > d < 1 one that it will m be won on merit meritind meritIlll merittfld
ind that the same will be true when the theVJtiner thewjnner thewinner
winner meets James J Jeffries JeffriesJohnson JeffriesJ JeffriesJohnson
Johnson J hoson wasclad was clad in green full length lengthtights leDlfthtights leutht
tights t g hts His entrance was marked by ap apI apIjause apr1
Ijause r1 I la use and more came when W D Rish Rishannouncer
1 announcer presented him as cham chamT chamTinn chamin
T Tinn ion heavyweight hea yweight of the world Jack JackPrice JackPril JackPrke
Price was also well received receivedA
A flashlight was taken and the two twonent twoW twoent
I W nent tnt at it Price a bigger man than thanTommy thanrmmy thanfrnmy
Tommy Burns was simply not In it Held Heldoff HeldCo Heldoft
off Co at a arms length he could not land landa
a 1 Mow Johnson gave a show of his hisstrength hisstr histrngth
strength str > ngth by lifting his opponent out of ofa ofa ofa
a linch with seemingly no effort It Itvwii Itwa itlike
wa vwii like Frank Crotch and the local localWTHhtiers localTc localvrstlers
WTHhtiers Tc > t1er the only difference being that thatthough thatthugh thatth
though th ugh mocked and jollied Johnson Johnsondul John on ondjl
dul not lose his temper like I e Ootch G ° tcti John Johnson JohnRn Johflfl ¬
son fl confined himself to an occasional left leftI
1 id d and to switching Prices blows into intopace Intopact Intorice
pace with his gloves and forearms His Hist Hiscjrne88
t cjrne88 t wrneBS at this manner of defense was wasrmyrkablp wasrmarkable wasrmark2bI
rmyrkablp Needless Ne dk s to say Johnson JohnsonI1 JohnsonIlced i iIlaced
I1 Ilaced iced blown where he wanted to his hisT hisgTat hisgreat
great T < at reach permitting the overthe overthehulder overthtfhulder overtheh
hulder h ulder kidney punch which hurt Bums BurnsHe BumsHe BumsHe
He also gave a glimpse e of the waiting waitingraine waitingI
raine I me he will play with Jeffries his speed speedfeet speedmth speedwit
mth wit h feet and hands when movIng back backkeeping backa backird
a rd keeping punches from landing in inoil 1nnIl inz
oil z 1 Johnson JohD On won a number of backers backersm backersSalt
m Salt Lake LakeGood LakeGood LakeGood
Good Preliminaries PreliminariesA
A V < 5 for the rest of the card three four fourr fourriund
r riund > und exhibitions were given which were wereI I
I 11 good With Uh the eager cheers of the ther
r 1 u etchers there came near being the real realtMng realt realat
tMng t I1g at times but the whole card was wastl wasci
tl 1 in inI mlte
I lte > tnte te Sullivan and Art Gardner appeared appearedt
t frt fr r t and put up some fast work Pete Petei Peteifinlng
j < i fining himself to the receiving end endi endof
i H i t of the time Andy Mallow and Jack JackI JackIwney JackIwney
I Iwney > vney went at it with steam and each eachround eachr ch chrlmd
round r u nd brought applause e The same for forrm forErn forErri
rm Wright and Kid Franels All bouts boutsT boutslared
T tv declared lared even by Referee Billy Ry Rya RyilL
a ilL and the decisions were popular popularin
in I n the audience were many women as asi11 asw 8 8wll
i11 w I 1 as a good representation from Dark Darkt Darktwn DarktTwn
t twn in IP every way things went right rightand rlgbtnl righttd
and nl the management is to be congrau congrauii ongrauCALIFORNIA ncrautd
ii t td tdCALIFORr d dCALIFORNIA
CALIFORNIA IA HORSE IS ISBEST ISBEST ISBEST
BEST THREEYEAROLD THREEYEAROLDWoodland THREE YEAROLD YEAROLDWoodland
Woodland Cal Aug 18 ISThe The worlds worldsr worldsrrd worldsrord
r rrd i ord for 3 3yearold > earold pacers of the the11a 220 220T 20 20iSS
11a T i iSS ss was equaled by Jim Logan at tM tMrnf thmting th thmating
mating rnf t1ng of the California Breeders as asEH assriatlor asE
EH sriatlor E Mtior today todayThe todayTllf todayThe
The horse driven by his owner F J JMontgomery JMnntgomery JMnntgomery
Mnntgomery covered the distance in
1 r i2 1 the 3yearold time set by Klatwah Klatwahat
at Louisville Ky about eleven years yearst
t q O < The record time was made In the thethird thet1ird thethird
third heat Logan took the first and s sod at atoc1 < rc rco
o od d heats in 209 2 and in the final heat heatt1
t1 t first quarter was covered in 3S the theh thellf theltlf
h llf ilf in 1SH 1 4 and the threequarters in 134 lStith 14lv
1 lv th t 11 a final desperate rush the horse horserv horsers5ed
< r rs5ed rv = 5ed fd the finish in 206 2 although many manyv manyvatchea manyvatches
v atches gave his time at better than the therecord theW therlds
W < Jrlds record recordWe recordWe recordWe
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In quality We meet others prices pricessometimes prteesometimes i isometimes
sometimes not always Best work workfair workfair workfair
fair prices Our business grows Cen Century Century Century ¬
tury Printing Co 5657 Postoffice place placeBathine placeRathinR place1RathIn
Bathine at Saltair Saltarnothing nothing finer finerUncle finerUncle
Uncle Sam SamThe
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ri Pawn Pawnbroker Pawnbroker Pawnii ¬
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Corner of ofCommercial ofCommercial ofe
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NOTICE NOTICETO
TO TENNIS PLAYERS
100 DOZEN DOZENSPALDING DOZENSPALDING DOZENSPALDING
SPALDING SPALDINGCHAMPIONSHIP SPALDINGCHAMPIONSHIP SPALDINGCHAMPIONSHIP
CHAMPIONSHIP BALLS BALLSJust BALLSJust BALLSJust
Just In
400 PER DOZEN DOZENWestern DOZENWestern DOZENWestern
Western Arms and andSporting andSporting andSporting
Sporting Goods Co CoSALT Co8AL CoBALTLAKE
BALTLAKE BALTLAKETurf SALT T LAKE LAKETurf LAKETurf
Turf Exchange
48 EmIt Etoonc South Streat StreatCalifornia 8treltCalifornia 8trstcalifornia
California tad ad Eastern EasternWires Races Direct Dirsoton DirectWires
Wires on All Sporting Events ven
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WilL WILLANY ANY ONE SAY SAYMOB SAYMOB
MOB THE ur UMPIRE UMPIREJohnson PIRE PIREJohnson
Johnson Will Jill Referee Todays TodaysBall
Ball Game at Walkers WalkersField WalkersField WalkersField
Field FieldWith
With Jack J Johnson as the man behind behindthe bphlndthe behIndthe
the plate the ball game today at Walk Walkers Walke Wakers ¬
ers e field between Bert Margetts Inde Independents Independents mdcpendents ¬
pendents and the Occidentals should be bea bek becard
a card An enthusiastic crowd o colored coloredfans coloredfana coloredfans
fans is promised to watch their champion championin
in a different line of action They say saythey saythey saythey
they want to hear someone say Mob the theumpire theumpire theumpire
umpire umpireAside umpireA umpireAsIde
Aside A lde from the umpire the game will willbe willbe willbe
be a continuation of the series between betweenthe
the two teams each of which claims the theindependent theIndependent theIndependent
independent championship of the state statePapworth statePapworth statePapworth
Papworth and Scott will make the In Independent Independent independent ¬
dependent battery while Harrison Harrl oo Lang Langford Langford Langford
ford and Langles will work for the Occi Occidentals Occidentals Occidentals ¬
dentals The game is called for 4 p m mto mto mto
to allow business s men getting down downIIS downTENNIS downTu11s
TENNIS IIS DAY ON AT LAST LASTPacific LASTFacific
Pacific Coast Stars Who Will Be Seen SeenWell SeenWen SeenWell
Well in Running RunningNational RunningNationalDouble National NationalDouble
Double Postponed PostponedNewport FostponedNewport PostponedNewport
Newport R I Aug IS ISAt At the close closeof closeof
of todays play in the twentyninth an annual anDual ananal ¬
Dual national lawn tennis tournament tournamentfifteen tournamentfifteen tournamentfifteen
fifteen matches had been played in the thesingles tbeatncleas thesingles
singles of the first round and six in the thesecond thend thesecond
second nd while twentyone defaults had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been posted This closes clo es up the first firstround firstround firstround
round roundAmong roundAmong roundAmong
Among the players advanced to the thethird thethird thethird
third round < as a result of the days play playare playare playare
are M E McLoughlin and T C Bundy Bundytwo
two California experts Others to reach reachan
an equal position po itlon are C M Bull Jr ol olNewport orNewport ofNewport
Newport and New York and R H Pal Palmer Palmer Palmer ¬
mer winner of the Southampton Sout mpton tourna tournament tournament tournament ¬
ment last week Clarence Hobart win winner winner winner ¬
ner of allcomers tournament in 1891 1891did 1891did 1S1did
did not appear The hardest hal est match of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the day was that between P B Hawk Hawkand Hawkand Hawkand
and C C Pell which went to 32 games gamesIn
In the third set After this set the play players playera playera ¬
era rested and finished out the match matchlater matchlater matchlater
later in the day Hawk won the fourth fourthand fourthand fourthand
and deciding set setThe setThe > > et etThe
The match for the national doubles doubleschampionship doubleschamplonabip doubleschampionship
championship was postponed again this thistime thbltime thistime
time until tomorrow tomorrowI
I TODAY IN SPORT ANNALS ANNALSI
I I IlGAt I1Q9At
18 lGAt < At Pittsburg Henry Coulter de defeated defeated dotested ¬
feated James Hamill in scullers match matchfor matchfor matchfor
for 2000 000
OQOC
1 18 J C Scott drowned while trying tryingto
to swim lm through the t th Devils Hole rapids rapidsin
in the Niagara river river1899At riverlsAt river185At
1899At Hastings Neb Young ng Cor Corbett Corbett Corbett
bett knocked out Paddy Hughes in first firstround firstround firstround
round round1S01 roundWIIn roundBillIn
1S01 WIIn In England Philadelphia Jack JackOBrien JadeOBrien JackOBrien
OBrien knocked out Dido Plumb in sixth sixthround sixthround xtb xtbround
round round1106At round1JAt
1905 1106At At San Francisco Harry Baker Bakerwon Bakerwon Bakerwon
won from Kid Williams in four rounds roundsRENO rouD rouDRENO roundRENO
RENO ENTRIES ENTRIESFirst
First race ninesixteenth mile selling IJ4lU IJ4lUDaredoU
Daredoil 101 Fred Stone M8 IU Wicket
109 1 < < 1 Pearl E Iflt 1 First Crow lOS 109Second lOSSecond 1O 1OSecond
Second race halfmile selling ellingRoyal ellingRoyaltone Royal RoyalStone
Stone 104 Aquiline 104 Lucky Mate ate 107 107Charles 107Charles 10 10Charles
Charles Green 108 l iO 8 Governor Orman 108 108Happy 1011Happ 1O 1OHappy
Happy Chappy 108 108Third 108Third 10 10Third
Third race threequarters mile selling
Wisteria 167 l i Mabel Hollander 107 107Nappa 107Nappa lOTNappa
Nappa 197 Deneen 10 108 Glaucus in inFourth mFourth ii iiFourth
Fourth race threequarters mile selling
Billy Myers 10t Sainrida 107 Roe RoeDaly ROfIeDaly RoseDaly
Daly 107 Cocytus 109 Sal Barber 109 109Fifth 1 1FIfth 1C 1CFifth
Fifth race mile selling llell aeIIinBuckthorne Buckthorne BuckthorneKB
KB 1 14 I Prince of Castile 112 Black Gem 112 112Herman 1l 1lHerman 11Herman
Herman Doyle 115 115WINDSOR 115WINDSOR 115WINDSOR
WINDSOR ENTRIES ENTRIESFirst
First race ra elevensixteenth mile purse purseAunt puneAunt pureeAunt
Aunt Kate 101 Dorothy Webb l It Itexlcan 101 101Mexican < tt ttMexican
Mexican Girl 101 Annotation Ml Many ManyColors ManyColors ManyColors
Colors 106 Hands Around 1077 Whisk WhiskBroom WhiskBroom Vbl8kBroom
Broom 112 11 Aphrodite 107 Desirous 112 112Acnes illAcnes 112Agnes
Acnes Wood 112 112Second 11 11Second 112Second
Second race fiveeighths mile selling sellingMiss selllngl1 sellingMiss
Miss l1 a Mapleton 104 Miss Sly 106 Acolin AcoUn1m
107 10 Daisy Garth 107 Whim 107 Queen QueenCity QueenCity QueenCity
City 107 10 Amanda Lee lOS Patsolnga
110 Eva Tanguay 112 Galveeea US USThird 11iThird 11gThird
Third race elevensixteenths eleven ixteentbs mile milepurse milepur milepurseKitty
purse pur purseKitty eKltty Kitty Fisher 101 Zeola 108 Loyal LoyalMaid LoyalMaid LoyalMaid
Maid 106 Chalice 10S 10 Harriet Rowe RoweWoodlane IN INWoodlane 1O 1OWoodlane
Woodlane 107 Fantasia 107 1 Caltha 112 112Night 11 11Night 112Night
Night Mist 112 II Klamesha II 112 112Fourth II IIFourth 112Fourth
Fourth race elevensixteenths mite mitehandicap mllehandicapGrace milehandicapGrace
handicap handicapGrace Grace Dixon 97 Starover 97 97Ed r7Ed VTEd
Ed G 102 Belle Clem 14 4 Woolcasta MS H6Gallant 106Gallant MSGallant
Gallant Pirate113 Pirate IIJ Paul Davis 112 11 Ban Banives Banlves Banives
ives 117 117Fifth 111FIfth 117Fifth
Fifth race seveneighths mile purse purseMerry puneMerry pur purMerry
Merry Gift 99 Anna L Daly W Melissa Melt
102 10 Dr Waldo Briggs 104 Theo Cook CooklOt
104 Martin Dayle 112 Ben Double 109Hasty 109 109Hasty 109Hasty
Hasty Agnes 147 St Jeanne lOT Sewell
112 112Sixth
Sixth race mile and an eighth selling sellingPoint sellingPoint ellincPoint
Point Lace 9S 9 Almena 98 Flume FlumeHoward 95 95Howard 36Howard
Howard Pearson 100 Floreal 100 1 8 Font
100 Gerrymander 100 Leamence lOlL 108Seventh lOlLSeyenth 109Seventh
Seventh race mile selling aelllRlfLittle Little Min Minnie Minnie Mm MmiIe ¬
nie 103 Harry Richardson Richarc lon 103 Sabado SabadolOt
104 Banrida 105 Tackle 107 Pat Sharp
107 Flaney 108 Prince Landot 108 Be BeThankful BeThankful BeThankful
Thankful 110 Banridge112 Bnrldge llS The Shaugh Shaughran
ran 111 Gretna Green 111 111SARATOGA 111SARATOGA 111SARATOGA
SARATOGA RESULTS RESULTSSaratoga RESULTSSaratoca RESULTSSaratoga
Saratoga Aug 18 18Flrst First race seven sevenfurlongs sevenfurlongsMay Yen YenfurlongsXay
furlongs furlongsXay May Amelia 13 to 6 Won Waponoca Waponoca Wa Waponoca
ponoca 2 to 1 second Joe Galtena 8 to 1 1third 1third 1thiz
third thiz Time Tlmel31 Tlmel31Second 131 131Second 31 31Second
Second race steeplechase about two twoand twoand twoand
and a half miles mllePagan Pagan Bey 6 to 6 won wonSteve wonSteve wonSteve
Steve Lane 8 to 5 second Sandy Qreeker Creekerto
4 to 1 third Time Tlme6302 Tlme6302Third 63025 63025Third 1O 25 25Third
Third race five and onehalf furlongs furlongsShannon furlon furlonShAnnon furlongsShnnon
Shannon 4 to 5 won St Daniel 2 to 1 1second 1second 1second
second Billiard Ball 13 to 5 third Time
111 111Fourth 111Fourth 111Fourth
Fourth race mile and threesixteenths threesixteenthsChoirmaster tbree threesixteenthaChoirmaster lxteenu lxteenuChoirmaster
Choirmaster of Chesterbrook 30 to 1 won wonArondack wonArondaCk wonArondack
Arondack 4 to 5 second Taboo 20 to tothird tothird lr lrthird
third Thne Tlme2 Time2iOFifth 2 KM KMFifth O OFifth
Fifth race mile and threesixteenths threesixteenthsBeesley threestxteentlulBeesley threesixteenthaBeesley
Beesley 7 to 10 won The Peer 8 to 5 5second 6second 5second
second Profit 39 to 1 third Time
205 18 18Sixth 16Sixth 15Sixth
Sixth race six furlongs turlonpJudp Judge Laming
7 to 10 won Top Notch 4 to 1 second secondRadiation aecondRadIation secondRadiation
Radiation 39 to 1 third Time TImeII1 TImeII1RENO 11814 11814RENO 14 14RENO
RENO RESULTS RESULTSReno TS TSReno
Reno Nev Aug 18 18Resultl 18ResultlFirst 18ResultsFirst Results ResultsFirst
First race four furlongs selling sellingAnnie sellingAnnieLaurie Annie AnnieLaurie
Laurie 109 Eiaenaph 3 to 1 won Pel Pellam PIham Pelham
ham lam 111 C Williams 8 to 5 second Gov Governor Go Gocrnor Govcrnor ¬
crnor Orman 111 Peak 6 to 1 third Time Time4S
4S 25 25Second 25Second Z ZSecond
Second race four furlongs selling sellingLai sellingLat
Lat Lai i V 11 1 Siillhan 7 to 10 won Lucky
Jack Johnson Jack Price e and Billy Ryan referee refereeSnapshot refereeSnapshot refereeSnapshot
Snapshot of the exhibition last night at the Salt Palace saucer Both Price and Ryan are big men
I
NEGRO SUES TO RECOVER 20000 FOR FORBEING FORBEING FORBEING
BEING OUSTED FROM LOCAL HOTEL
Jack Johnson vs Sirs H E Bart Bartlett Bartlett Bartlett
lett lettUnder
Under the above title another damage damagesuit damagesuit
suit to recover for damaged feelings feelingsand
and reputation such as professed by Bat BatNelson BatNelson BatNelson
Nelson and many others with a claim on onthe onthe onthe
the lime light Jack Johnson through throughhis
his attorney Soren X Christensen will willfile wiltfile willfile
file suit in the district court today toda He Heasks Heasks Heasks
asks for 20000 damages for being oust ousted OUted ousteti ¬
ed from the Orpheum hotel hotelMonday hotelMondaynight Monday Mondaynight Mondaynight
night by b Mrs H E Bartlett the pro proprietor provrletor proprietor ¬
prietor prietorThe vrletorThe prietorThe
The complaint sets up the engaging of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the rooms for Johnson and his wife the thepayment thepayment thepayment
payment in advance and the receipt receiptMate receiptrate receiptMate
Mate M7 E Smith 4 to 1 second Aqui Aquiline Aquiline Aquiline ¬
line 109 Thomas 4 to 1 third Time Time4lW
47 4lW 4lWThird 25 25Third 35Third
Third race six furlongs selling el1lngNo sellingNoQuarter el1lngNoQuarter No NoQuarter
Quarter 149 Thomas 4 to 5 won Poppy POppy1cr1
107 THoward 8 to 1 second Redan 109 109Frasch 109Frasch 109Fraacb
Frasch 6 to 1 third Time Ttme11i Ttme11iFourth 115 115Fourth 15 15Fourth
Fourth race five furlongs Overland OverlandHotel OverlandHotel OverlandHotel
Hotel handicap handicapPort Port Mahone 109 Chris Christie ChrIstie ¬
tie 7 to 10 won Kopek 102 lei Tullett 5 to toI
1 second Mollie Montrose e 107 A Thom Thomas ¬
as 7 to 5 third Time TlmeI 1M el15 el15Fifth 15 15Fifth 15Fifth
Fifth race one mile selling selllngBtIly Billy Myer MyerIOC 1lyerlOI lyerlot
lot C Williams 1 to 2 won AksArBen
194 1 4 Sullivan Z to 1 second LIberto 113 113E 1UE 113E
E Smith 6 to 1 third Time TlmeIU 14345 14345Sixth 43 43Sixth 45Sixth
Sixth race seven ven furlongs furlongsPrince Prince of ofCastile ofCastile ofCastle
Castile 113 Tullett even won Herman HermanDoyle HermanDoyle
Doyle 113 Sullivan 6 to 1 second Buck Buckthorn ¬
thorn 10 IS Smith 6 to 1 third Time
13935 1 5
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ANACONDA RESULTS RESULTSAnaconda RESULTSAnaconda RESULTSAnaconda
Anaconda Mont Aug 18 ISResults ISResultsFirst 13ResultsFirst Results ResultsFirst
First race mile and onesixteenth one onesixteenthSalPearl txteenthSal txteenthSalPearl Sal SalPearl
Pearl won Lanita second Docile third thirdTlmel thirdTime148H thirdThne148
Tlmel Time148H Time148HSecond 36 36Second 36Second
Second race six furlongs furlongsJolter JoKer won wonFamMil wonFuIdII wonFantht
FamMil Hall second Force third Time
114 45 45Third 45rhird 15rhlnl
Third race one mile mllePrketes Priceless Jewel Jewelwon Jewelwon Jewelwon
won Gretchen G second CobWeskill CobWeskillthird Cobbleskillthird
third Tlmel4215 Tlmel4215Fourth Tlme1J 15 15Fourth 15Fourth 1
Fourth race five and onehalf furlongs furlongsJack furlongsJack
Jack Paine won Sevenfull SeVe full second Glo Glorio Glorlo Gb Gbrio I
rio third Time Tlme107 Tlme107Fifth Time107Fifth 107 107Fifth
Fifth race mile and onesixteenth onesixteenthEthel
Ethel Day won Surety second Biskra Biskrathird Biskratblrd Biskrathird
third Time Tbne14815 Tbne14815Sixth 14815 14815Sixth 15 15Sixth
Sixth race seven furlongs furlongsLIttle Little But Buttercup Buttercup Buttercup ¬
tercup won Zoe Young second Jillett Jillettthird Jlllettthird Jlflettthird
third Tiroe TIme11 l27 45 45GET 45GET 45GET
GET SQUARE MEAL MEALA
I Ientertained
A number of local newspaper Dewpap r men were wereentertained wereentertained
entertained at dinner last night at the theCullen theCullen theCullen
Cullen hotel the guests of John Condron Condronpresident C Cendronpresident ndron ndronpresident
president and W W Finn general man manager manager manager ¬
ager of the Utah Jockey club Every ¬
thing was reported as progressing nicely nice I I
in the rebuilding of the Buena Vista Vistatrack Vf Vistatrack ta I
track The inside fence Is V 200 OI stalls stallsare stalLosare
are completed and the grandstand is well wellunder wellunder wellunder
under way wayReports wayReports wayReports
Reports were on hand showing a good goodclass BOOdcllUlS goodclass
class of ponies and plenty of them to be behad behad behad
had for the thirtyday meeting meetingOUT meetinlfOUT meetingOUT
OUT OF GAME E FOR GOOD GOODCincinnati GOODCincinnati G000Cincinnati
Cincinnati Aug IS ISLarry Larry McLean McLeancatcher McLeancatcher cLeancatcber
catcher for the Cincinnati Reds will never neverplay neverplay neverplay
play ball again a aln Doctors who ho have ex examined examined examined ¬
amined the th broken kneecap of McLean McLeanwho McLeanwho McLeanwho
who was hurt Sunday say the giant giantcatcher giantcatcher giantcatcher
catcher is out for life When the knee kneecap kneecap kneecap ¬
cap joins again they say it will be stiff stiffand stiffand stiffand
and this will keep him from running
McLean is resting easily in the hospital hospitaland
and will be operated upon before long longALLOW lQngALLOW longALLOW
ALLOW SUNDAY BALL BALLHartford BAllHartford BALLHartford
Hartford Conn Aug IS ISThe The senate senatepassed senatepassed enatepassed
passed over the governors veto by a vote voteof voteof voteof
of 13 to 11 the socalled Latimer Sunday
bill the provisions of which permit Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day baseball baseballCOLIN baseballCOLIN baseballCOLIN
COLIN COMING BACK BACKNew BACKNew BACKNew
New York Aug 18 18James James S Keene has hasannounced hasannounced
announced that he will bring his famous famousrace tamoulrace
race horse CoHn back to this country
from England to pass the remainder of his hisdays hisdaya hisdays
days at the Castleton stud studYELLOWSTONE studYELLOWSTONE studYELLOWSTONE
YELLOWSTONE PARK PARKSpecial PARKSpecial PARKSpecial
Special G A R fiveday vedn trip 825 25 by
the BRYANT WAY seven days MB MBFor 36 36For 35For
For full Information call 209 Herald Heraldbuilding Heraldbuilding Heraldbuilding
building Phones Bell 2930 Ind 33 33Make 33Make 33Make
Make your reservations early earlyttl earlyPharaohs earlyPharaoho
ttl I IPharaohs
Pharaohs Glen GlenIn
In Parleys canyon open for campers campersand campersand Campersand
and visitors vl ttor Telephone Dr J Milleron Milleronor
or call 2882A at 830 a m Charles ch rres H HAnderson HAnderson HAnderson
Anderson Manager ManaaerInnes ManagerS ManagerInnes ManagerInnes
Innes Band Bandat BandatFriday at Saltair SaltairFriday SaltairFriday
S
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given by Mrs Bartlett that the rooms roomswere roomswere roomswere
were entered and occupied and then at
2 a m Johnson was ousted for no noother noother noother
other reason than that he was a negro negroThe negroThe negroThe
The complaint continues by b ejecting ejectinghim
him from the said hotel the plaintiff plaintiffwas
was humiliated and embarrassed and andinjured andInjured andinjured
injured in his feelings and in his repu reputation reputation reputation ¬
tation to his damage in the sum of 20 20ooe O
000 000Members
Members of the bar who have looked lookedinto lookedInto lookedInto
into the case say that the pugilist has hasa
a good case and that recovery of dam damages damages damages ¬
ages will be had hadMrs hadMrs hadMrs
Mrs Bartlett Jade no comment at atthe atthe atthe
the service of the subpoena subpoenaKRAMER subpoenaKRAM subpoenaKRAMER
KRAMER KRAM ER ONCE PEEVISH PEEVISHIS
IS NOW ALL SMILES SMILESA
A Newark fan has this to say about aboutKramer aboutIramer aboutKramer
Kramer KramerChampion IramerCbampion KramerChampion
Champion Frank Kramer is all over his hispeevishness hispeevl8hnesa hispeevlshness
peevishness He is a very happy boy boythese 00 00AeM boythese
these days Riding in rare form and with witheverything witheverytbing witheverything
everything breaking his way the cham champion champion champlon ¬
pion will soon have the championship championshipover
over which there has been some doubt for forsome for80me forsome
some time safely In his grasp Kramer Krameris
is better than ever now That means meansthat meansthat meansthat
that he is practically unbeatable His liisride Hisride Hisride
ride in the fivemile championship last lastWednesday lastWednesday lastWednesday
Wednesday night was a brilliant one ne from fromevery fromevery fromevery
every standpoint His victory was as asmuch liSmuch asmuch
much a case of brains as it was of speed speedJackie speedJackie speedJackie
Jackie Clarke his nearest neare t and greatest greatestrival greatestrival greatestrival
rival was more than a length back at atthe atthe atthe
the finish and only a few inches in front frontof frontof frontof
of Willie Fenn The race too was a afast afast afast
fast one which is supposed to be just to toClarkes toClarkes toClarkes
Clarkes liking But fast or slow the thechampion thechampion thechampion
champion appears to be able to show sho his hisheels hisheel8 hisheels
heels to The Rocket Rocketwith with more regu regularity regularl regulaxity ¬
laxity larl Yt too than most of the fans ex expected expec expecteiL ¬
pected pectedPerhaps pec pecteiLPerhaps
pecPerhaps Perhaps Clarke will 111 be able to defeat defeatKramer defeatKramer defeatKramer
Kramer in one of those championship championshipraces
races before the season is J over He Hehasnt Hehasnt Hehasnt
hasnt done so yet when Kramer was in inat inat inat
at the finish His two firsts were secured securedin
in races in which the champion punctured puncturedThis
This gave him such a lead that many of ofKramers ofKramers ofKramers
Kramers admirers began to give up hofce hofceof h hof beof
of Frank again winning the title Now Kowhowever Nowhowever ow owhowever
however where doubt once existed su supreme supreme supreme ¬
preme confidence reigns The champion championship ¬
ship appears to be safe for the champion championOnly championOnly championOnly
Only a series of accidents can rob him of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the title titleBOB titleBOB titleBOB
BOB DOUGLASS WINS WINSEMPIRE WINSEMPIRE WINSEMPIRESTATE
EMPIRE EMPIRESTATE STATE STAKE STAKEBuffalo
Buffalo Aug IS 18Bob Bob Douglass from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the stable of Alonso McDonald won the the1o
10000 1o Empire state stake for 212 1 trotters trottersat
at the Fort Erie race track today toda He Hetrotted Hetrotted Hetrotted
trotted the four heats without a break breakwinning breakwinning breakwinning
winning the race with little or no compe competition competltlGn competltion ¬
tition from the other six starters Re Results Resulb Resuits ¬
suits
221 21 trot purse 1000Frazee 1000 Frazee won four fourstraight fourstraight fourstraight
straight heats Time 21C 217tt 21S
220 Black Bell Ethel Mack also started
216 trot purse 1000 1 1000Rosemary Rosemary Chimes Chimeswon
won first second and third heats Time Time1ZI4 Time2iZ4
212 2iZ4 1ZI4 213 2134 1314 212 Naomi won fourth fourthheat fourthheat fourthheat
heat Time 213 21314 > 4 Estlll Boy Hilda B Band lland Band
and Billy Bill W also started
212 1 trot Empire state stake purse 10 19Bob 10000Bob
000 000Bob Bob Douglass won four straight heats heatsWine heatsPIme heatsPime
PIme 206 207 208 2084 206 2064 Carroll CarrollDemarest CarrollDemare CarrollDemarest
Demarest t Alice Roosevelt Roosf > velt Elvictress The TheKlondyke TheKlondyke TheKiondyke
Klondyke and Jennie Constantine also alsostarted alsostarted alsostarted
started startedSESSION startedSESSION startedSESSIONIS
SESSION IS HARMONIOUS HARMONIOUSContinued
Continued from Page 1 1General 1General 1General
General Noble said that the system as asnow asnow asnow
now now practiced and being Ing enlarged was wasnatural wasnatural wasnatural
natural In its character its benefits ex extending extending extending ¬
tending not only to the first state but butreaching butreaching butreaching
reaching as the waters thus preserved preservedran
ran on state after state and whole sec sections sections seetIon ¬
tions of our country from the source sourceto
to the mouth of the various rivers and andthat andthat andthat
that the system and policy were to be beconsidered beCOIUIldered beconsidered
considered from a national point of ofview ofview ofview
view It was a matter relating to the thepublic thepubUc thepublic
public welfare and necessarily nece arJly single singlecommunities singlecommunities singlecommunities
communities and individual citizens citizenshowever citizenshowever citizenshowever
however meritorious and entitled to such suchbenefit suchbenefit suchbenefit
benefit as might otherwise be within withintheir withintheir withintheir
their reach ought not to expect and andcould andcould andcould
could not be allowed to demand those thoseat
at the sacrifice of the common good goodWhere goodVhere goodWhere
Where there was a question of what whatmight whatmight whatmight
might or might not be allowed without withoutinjury withoutInjury withoutInjury
injury to the national system the less lesser lesser lesser ¬
er claim should be deemed subject to toand toand toand
and limited by that which was so much muchgreater muchgreater muchgreater
greater greaterBefore greaterBefore greaterBefore
Before Mr Pinchot spoke a number numberof
of resolutions were offered The citizens citizensof
of Arizona backed a resolution demand demanding demandIng demanding ¬
ing separate statehood for their terri territory terrltOIJ terntory ¬
tory and shippers advocated a resolution resolutionasking resolutionking resolutionasking
asking king that railways be not permitted permittedto
to increase rates without due applica application application application ¬
tion to the Interstate commerce com commission commission cornmission ¬
mission Also there was a demand for formore formore formore
more industrial schools broadcast broadcastINVESTIGATE broadcastINVESTIGATE broadcastINVESTIGATE
INVESTIGATE HEALTH HEALTHCONDITIONS HEALTHCONDITIONS HEALTHCONDITIONSIN
CONDITIONS IN PAYSON PAYSONDr
Dr John Sundwall of the department nt of ofanatomy ofanatomy ofanatomy
anatomy of the University of Utah who whosince whosince whosince
since July 1 has been investigating the thehealth thehealth thehealth
health conditions of Utah left Wednes Wednesday Wednesday Vednesday ¬
day morning for Payson Pay on to look into the thesmallpox thesmallpox thesmallpox
smallpox situation He will return today todgito todito todayto
to report r port to the stat board of health healthThe healthThe healthThe
The report to the board was to the U e effect effectthat effectthat effectthat
that the town was overrun with smallpox smallpoxand
and that the people had refused to be vac vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated ¬
cinated or obey the quarantine regula regulations regulations negulations ¬
tions tionsNever tionsNever
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Never go camping without a kodak kodakWe kodakWe kodakWe
We have fifty styles and can do the thebest thebest thebest
best finishing C R Savage Co 12 12and 12and 12and
and 14 Main street streetLeviathan streetLeviathan streetLeviathan
Leviathan Meals City Prices Pricessk PricesAsk Pricestsk
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WESTERN WESTERNLEAGUE WESTERNLEAGUETopeka LEAGUE LEAGUETopeka
Topeka Aug 18 IJScore Score R H E ESioux ESioux BHioux
Sioux City 9 14 0 0Topeka 0Topeka 0Topeka
Topeka 1 4 5 5Batterie8Joo 5BatteriesJohnson
Batteries Batterie8Joo Johnson lOn and Shea Burnum BurnumDarrah BurnumDarrah BurnumDarrab
Darrah and Kerns KernsWichita KerlUlWichita KernsWichita
Wichita Aug IS ISSe 18Score Score < < e R H B BLincoln RJ BrIncin
Lincoln J 10 18 3 3Wtehita 3Wl 3Wichita
Wichita Wl hlta 6 8 gBatteriesMcCafferty 2 2Batteries 2BatteniesMeCafferty
Batteries BatteriesMcCafferty McCafferty and Mason MasonShackleford MaaonShackleford MasonShackleford
Shackleford Shaner Hunt and Arm Armstrong Armstrong Armstrong ¬
strong strongPueblo strongPueblo strongPueblo
Pueblo Aug lSSoore R H B BDee EDeB BDes
Dee Moines 9 3 3 3Pueblo IPueblo 3Pueblo
Pueblo 2 4 4BatterleeMiller 0 0Batterle
BatteriesMiller Batterle XllIer and KcManus Jack Jackson Jackson Jackson ¬
son and Mltze MltzeDenver MltzeDenver MitaDenver
Denver Aug 18 18Score Score R H B BDenver BDenver EDenver
Denver J 8 0 0Omaha 0Omaha 0Omaha
Omaha 1 1 0 0Called 0Called
Called in seventh on account of rain rainBatteries rainBatterieBergerand rInHatterlesBerger
Batteries BatterieBergerand Berger and Haley Hal y Hollenbeck Hollenbeckand
and Gondtng GondtngPAYSON GondlngPAYSON GondingPAYSON
PAYSON FOOT RACE RACEPayson RACEPay RACEPayson
Payson Pay on Subscriber You state that thatA
A and B run a handicap footrace at atlixi
100 yards A giving B two yards handi handicap handicap handicap ¬
cap at the start also that B takes As Astrack Astrack Astrack
track from the start and strikes the thetape thetape thetape
tape first that As backers claim foul foulbut toulbut foulbut
but judges place B first ftr t despite protest protestfrom protestfrom imteatfrom
from A and stakeholder turns over overmoney overmoney overmoney
money to B BIt BIt BIt
It looks as if possession po ee ion were nine ninepoints ninepoint3 ninepoints
points ofthe of the law in this case c especially especiallyas
as the judges placed B the winner It ItIs ItIs ItIs
Is true however that in all short races raceson raceson racesOH
on a straightaway course the contest contestants contestants contestants ¬
ants are supposed to hold their courses coursesIn
In the big races lines being run to mark markthe markthe markthe
the same Then again Bs position positionmay pOeltkflmay
may be sustained in that he was in the thelead thelead the1ee41
lead entering the stretch so to speak speakand speakand speakand
and was entitled to pick his course courseforcing courseforcing courseforcing
forcing A to go around him providing providingB
B held the course he selected as you yousay yousay yousay
say he did It was up to the judges to todisqualify todisqualify todisqualify
disqualify B If they thought he inter interfered interfered interfered ¬
fered with A at the start startMANY startMANY startMANY
MANY FEATURES FRIDAY FRIDAYFriday FRIDAYFriday FRIDAYFriday
Friday night at the Salt Palace saucer saucerthe saucerthe saucerhe
the first of the team match races of the theyear tbeyear theyear
year will be started Hopper and Wells Wellsriding Vellsriding ells ellsriding
riding against Bargett and Hehir The Thecard Theard Thecard
card also calls for two championship championshipraces
races racesa a twomile open western champion championship ¬
ship for the professionals and onequar onequartermfle onequarterm onequarermile
termfle term e open western championship for forthe forthe forthe
the amateurs amateursFloating amateursFloatIng mateulllFloating
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AMERICAN AMERICANLEAGUE AMERICANLEAGUEWon LEAGUE LEAGUEWon
Won Lost P C CPhiladelphia CPhiIaddphla CPliilalphia
Philadelphia PhiIaddphlaBoston 17 1 04 04Boston 115Bestn
Boston 44 4 IM IMI 094Ietroit W WDetroit
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Cleveland Cli > veland 6T M MS MSChicago 513Chicago
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St t Louis 45 4 62 420 420aslungton 40Washington
Washington H 77 ZW ZWBOSTON 51BOSTON 4 4BOSTON
BOSTON STEPS UP UPNow UPNew
Now Nc > w York Aug 1IBy IS By beating the theYank theYankts theYankes
Yank Yankts es twice today white hlle the Chicago ChicagoWhit CblcaSOWhitp ChicagoWhiit
Whit Sox were whitewashing the Tigers Tigersthe
the Boston Red Sox stepped up into sec second second seeend ¬
ond place The first was as easy for the theBean thlBean theBean
Bean Eaters They The batted Wilson WI1s hard hardIn
In addition to the five passes he present presented pre ent ¬
ed J and played dazzling ball In the field fieldThe fleidThl fieldThe
The Yanks could do nothing with Wood WoodIn WoodItIn
In the closing act the Yanks got to CI Clcotte CIcottc Cicitte
cotte in the third and fourth for three threeruns threeruns threeruns
runs but were unable to todo do anything with withhim withhim withhim
him after that Boston picked up one In Intl Inth inth
tl th 3 second and won the game In the soy seventh IeVenth soyoath ¬
enth batting Chesbro hard More hitting hittingproduced hlttlncproduced hittingproduced
produced another in the eighth eighthFirst el eighthFirst < < bth bthFirst
First game R H E EKen ENew ENew
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Boston OWOM08 GO 0810001 001 0O2 S 8 S SBatteries JBattErlesWl1iOn 2BatteriesWilson
Batteries BattErlesWl1iOn Wilson Sweeney and Kiel Kielno Klelnow Kidnow
no now w Weed and Carrigan CarriganSecond Can1pnSecond CarriganSecond
Second game R H E ENew ENew ENew
New York OM SW 8WS 5 5Boston 0 0Boston 0Boston
Boston 8M H WO 4104 4 410 It 2 2Batteries 2BatterleChesbro 2BatteriesCheebro
Batteries BatterleChesbro Chesbro and Sweeney Cicotte Cicottaand CicotteBnd Cicotteand
and Carrigan CarriganPUANK CarriganP1ANKIN CarriganPLANK
PLANK P1ANKIN IN FORM FORMWashington FORMa FORMWashington
Washington a hlngton Aug 18 lThe The Athletics Athleticsbeat AthleUctIbeat Athleticsbeat
beat the Senators today toda by batting and andfine andtfne andfine
fine fielding Plank was Invincible until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the ninth when the Senators bunched a acouple acouple acouple
couple of bingles and managed to get a arun arun arun
run across acro s The Senators gave Groome Groomeerrorless Groomeerror1ell Groomserrorless
errorless support ten of the visitors dying dyingon
on bases bt1 es when hits would have meant irieantrune Teant Teantrunt meantruns
rune R K l E EWashington EWa EWashington
Washington Wa blRlfton 000690091 008 000 0011 1 7 0 0Philadelphia 0Philadelphia 0Philadelphia
Philadelphia 000 flat MO2 11 0 0Batteries 41BAtterleBGroome 0BattenlesGroome
Batteries BAtterleBGroome Groome and Street Plank Plankand Plankand Plankand
and Livingstone LivingstonePOOR LIvingstonePOOR LivingatonePOOR
POOR ST LOUIS LOUISCleveland LOUISCleeland LOUISCleveland
Cleveland Aug 18 Cleveland took an another another another ¬
other doubleheader from St Louis this thisafternoon thlaafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon Berger and Falkenberg out outpitched outpitched outpitched
pitched Bailey and Pelty while the sup support suppert support ¬
port was brilliant In the extreme La LaJote lAjoie LaJole
joie free of the cares of management by byhis byhl8 byhis
his resignation re last night put up a re remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
markable game at second a hairraising hairraisingonebanded hatrral hairraisingonehanded lRlf lRlfonehanded
onehanded stop in the first frame and a awonderful awonderful awonderful
wonderful leaping stop of a high bounder bounderin
in the second on which he threw the run runner runner runno ¬
ner out while still In the air being par particularly particularly partienlarly ¬
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First game R H E ESt ESt ESt
St Louis 000 Ot 000 < X OO 6900 9 4 4Cleveland 4Cleveland 4Cleveland
Cleveland 030 000 00 tiOI 3 6 0 0Batteries 0BatteriMBerger 0BatteriesBergen
Batteries BatteriMBerger Berger and Easterly Bailey Baileyand Batieyand Baileyand
and Criger CrigerSecond CrigerSecond CnigerSecond
Second game R H E ECleveland ECleveland ECleveland
Cleveland 8W 600 00 OII J 7 0 0St 41St 0St
St Louis 0010010002 00110111I 001 001 0602 > > I 8 2 2Batteries 2BatteriNFalkenberg 2llatterieaFalkenberg
Batteries BatteriNFalkenberg Falkenberg and Bents Pelty Peityand Peltyand Peltyand
and Stephens StephensDetroit StephensDetroit StephensDetroit
Detroit Aug IS 1BDut 1Outskla Outside ide of Cobb none noneof noDeof noneof
of the Detroit players could solve Walsh Walshand Walshand Walllhand
and the champions were shut out Score ScoreR
R H E BDetroit EDetroit EDetroit
Detroit 0 5 511 511Chicago 6 6Chicago 6Chicago
Chicago 2 t 41 41BatterltMuUln 01
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and Sullivan SullivanNORTHWESTERJfLEAGUE SullivanNORTHWESTERN SullivanNORTHWESTERN
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Tacoma Aug IS U1Score Score R II E ETacoma ETacoma ETacoma
Tacoma I I 41 41Spokane 0Spokane
Spokane I 40 40Batteries 4 4Batterle 40DatterlegAsnls
Batteries DatterlegAsnls Annls Hall and Dash Dubwood DubwoodKllhd DeehwoodKillaly wood woodKillaiy
Killaiy and Spencer SpencerSeattle SpeMerSeattle SpencerSeattle
Seattle Aug 18 185eore Score R H E ESeattle XSeattle II IISeattle
Seattle 5 5 1 1Vancouver 1Tancoyer
Vancouver 1 8 4 4Batteries 4Batterle 4BatteriesHall
Batteries BatteriesHall Hall and Shea Hickey and andBrooks andBrooks andBrooks
Brooks BrooksPortland BrooksPortland BrooksPortland
Portland Aug 18 1SSere Score R H E EAberdeen EAberdeen ZAberdeen
Aberdeen 1 1Portland I IPortland 6 6Portland
Portland < 8 33 33DatterlesPernoll 9 9Batteries IDatterie8Pemoll
Batteries Datterie8Pemoll Pemoll and OBrien Seaton Seatonand leatonand eawnand
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At Providence ProvldenceFlrst First game Providence Providencee
6 Newark 2 Second game Providence
0 Newark NewarkAt 2 2At 2At
At Rochester RochesterFlrst First game Rochester Rochesteri
8 Buffalo 1 Second game Rochester 8 8Buffalo IBuffalo 8Buffalo
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Little Rock 5 New Orleans i iAtlanta L LAtlanta 1 1Atlanta
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