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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY SEPT 1 1909 7 7L 7ttWktsWhati 7jWkafsWhaUnSports
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ttWktsWhati jWkafsWhaUnSports I AIItheTme Sports T l1 WWi lN t S U nF U UTAII fA H K KEEP aIL B ASEALL ti svB L tl It L tl MATE LI Vv L The Sporting of Salt Authodty Lake
BARm DARONLCYON AlCYON IS ISA ISA
A DERBY DERBYINNER DERBYINNEROutgames WINNER WINNEROutgames
Outgames Brilliant Field in the theStretch theStretch
Stretch and Wins From FromFavorite FromFavorite
Favorite FavoriteRACE FavoriteRACE
RACE VERY SPECTACULAR SPECTACULAROF
OF 85000 PURSE 15000 GOES GOESTO GOESTO
TO THE VICTOR VICTORRfadiUe VICTORReadyiIIe
RfadiUe Xa Mass Au Aug < < IlTbe Syracuse SyracuNY Syracusei
NY i y stallion Baron A1c7on today won wonthl vonth
thl second renewal ot the American trot trottIng trottfng
tIng Derby at the R RedvII1e adviDe track by three threelrgths threeIrgths
lrgths from Axtator It was one of the tbemost thelThlst
most spectacular races ever een From Fromtn
tn time the word w wqa given ven until the thewere
1 rss were within ftfteen yards of the theW1I thethe
W1I the winner was In oqbt oqbtAfter oqbtAfter
After thirtyfive mlnu minutes of dallying dallytqth
th ball fell for the start tart Immedlately ImmedlatelyH Immedlatel1Ty1i
H 1Ty1i li BIrd entered fromthe from the limit mark markIllljwance mar maraI1wance
Illljwance 49ii feet In advance of the theBl theratch
Bl ratch bOJ1les Sonoma Girl and San SanFran SanFrancisco
Francisco Fran < isco set out to make a whirlwind whlrIwlndrace
race of It ItPassing itPssing
Passing the stand the first time the theh the1alfmiie
h aIfmila mark Hyll Bird was leadln leadlnby Iead1ny
by y a length over Axtator the favorite favoritelar favoriteiiaron
lar iiaron n Alcyon fifth ju just t In advance of ofa ofa
a horde of horses that packed the track trackIn
In tile back stretch Gilles with Axta Axtator Axtator
tor went after the leader the race being beinghot beinglint
hot until reaching the lower turn a lit litU littie
U tie more than a mile of the journey At Atthis Atthis
this point HyUe Bird weakened enough enoughto
to permit Axtator to rush Into t te e van vane I
e good length in front of KaIdar which whichwas whichWai
was closely followed by Baron Alcyon Alcyonlhel Alcyoniuie
lhel positions remained the same enterID enterIDtllt entering I
thy stretch for the grand battle to the theI
I ro
Race Head and Head HeadFJr HeadFr
FJr a few strldea the two leaders raced racedf racedr
f r h tuL < < 1 and head and then the superior superiorlip
L lip d and endurance of Baron Alcyon car carrkd carritd
rkd him to the front and he passed the thev
v illnin po poet t three lengths to the good goodI goodIuIts
I IuIts ults ultstrot
1 trot purse l000 two In three threeAll threeRoosevelt
All Roosevelt won first and third heats heaUiLL
iLL II 12 2104 Fair Margaret won see 8eCon seeori
on ori heat In 2lOI4 BroIUIOo Gladys and and1V andVIkerson
1V VIkerson II kerson also started startedlt startedpace
lt pace purse 1008 iO two In three threeailer threetaier
taier ailer W won second and third heats heatsi1
i1 Ji 2418 G8 The Friend won first beat beatdisqualified
2 disqualified Texas Rooker Rookerreln Rookereer
reln eer Pilot and Milton S Jr also start 8tartf
f
1l pace purse 1000Earl Jr won two twolat
1 lat < 1 ts in 2U 21O4 lO Louise E Carrie CarrieS Carrietnd
S < lnd StlUeto also started startedTile startedTi
Tile Ti American Derby mile and a halt haltJdi
Jdi 35000 35 of which 16000 15 went to the the1Inr theIner
1Inr 1000 to second 2000 to third and andtnce andt
tnce t eTlee grade to fifteenth horse with withBaron withBaron
Baron Alcyon 219 first Axtator Axtatori
i second Kalder 218 thIrd Lady
2 209 fourth Henloe said 210 210Jack 2101b
1b Jack McKerren 210 sixth San Sanrancisco Sanr2flcisco
rancisco Zos seventh Ralph Wick 216 216c
w c tthtli l1thi Genteel Jiteel H 211 11 ninth DIll Nice Nicei
t i tenth 80nolll Girl Z 20K eleventh eleventhJY
t JY j Kay Z11 twelfth HyUe Bird 214 214tirtntki 14 14t
t tirtntki rtc Dth Harry Stetser 21 fourteenth fourteenthE
E D M 2l fifteenth Time JQ9J4 3 3Ao
ALo started Sterling McKinney laon laondYl Kiondyk
dYl Blsa Miss WInter Ward Peter Peter111ra Peter1a
111ra 1a t a Zalmalte A Luodry Baron Le
land Brchleat Caduceus The Moma Ea EathH Est1
thH t1 r Bells Nancy Gentry Sir Todd Jim
Irry The ADlfelus Silver Baron Mc
Quillen Remorseful Prince Lauralard
nebcccoJ G a and d Hunlc MunicFORTERIE HunlcFORT
FORT FORTERIE ERIE ENTRIES ENTRIESFirst
I
First race five and a half furlongs furlongsurHuaaffer
11 lHusatfer r Eldin 98 Lady Milner MilnerPrince
1 J Prince Rbuperd 100 Bilberry 106 Out Outor Oute I
or e Step lC1i Shlmonese ill illScond 111Second
Second race five and a half furlo furlourseLucky furlongs furlongsjurseLacky
urseLucky Ford 107 I T Oquetos 101 Sin Slnfran Sinfran
fran 107 MidshIpman Easy 101 Luckola
17 Mapleton 107 Soil 167 Magelan 167 167ldin 1lYOdin
Odin 107 McAndrews 101 Firebug 110
SJ1Wik 110 Scarab 110 110Third 110Third
Third race steeplechase short COUrse coursezzie
Lzzle zzie Flat 135 Jno DIllon 148 Xnav Xnav1iI Xnavaas Xnavaas1i
1iI Bergoo 153 15 Class Leader 15Z 2
Fourth race one mile handicapTom
HaWard 96 Meadow 98 Little Osage
J11 1 1 Emperor William 101 Martin Doyle Doyle1v
l 1v Lady Esther 108 PrInce Ahmed l34
lftb race six furlongs ellingFear sellingFearI ellingFearrught
rught I ught 100 Lou Lanier 100 Lotta Creed
1 English Esther 101 La Toupee 1 i1roadsword
Iroadsword 102 Jack Straw 10 102 CoL
Jut 103 InflectIon 1iK Lumon 105 Ban
hl 107 Hedge Rose 108 Chief Koe 109
Sixth race six furlongs sellingMrs
fkwdl 4 ° w11 98 9 Lillian Lee 99 Dorothy Webb
Alice George 99 Bertha n 102 Relta
li Royal Queen 100 RIght Easy 100 1001nlstress
1nlstress 105 Anna L Daley 106 Wood Woodtrw
JTi trw l 109 St Jeanne m 112r
r Scenth ice mile and a sIxteenth sell selllgMcNaUy
1gMcNally 92 9 Schleswig 96 Hark
way J Kenmare Queen It T Floreal 97 f
unevagean 101 Grenesque 101 Agnes Agnesood
ood 101 Pelegroao 104 Harting 1011
PI r Olstone 106 Flamey 106 Ada O
3lker 101 aJrJdge 106 Conville lOS 10
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n ENGLISH RACES RACESerby
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prby EI1 Eng Aug nThe Byrkle
1 Iden plate ot 106 sovereIgns for two
r tr rolds distance five furlon furlonas was won wonr
s r T y by Charles Carrolls Washoe H
f I 1 Whltneys Newcastle II and Fiscal Fiscalt
1 t > 1ter ran a dead beat for second place placein placer
in erL starters startersCt
Ct L POOL ROOMS LOSERS LOSERSL
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L 0 Nev AUC nIt Is liven out on onent
0 ent authority here today that on onp
p Quest or the big pool rooms of Salt SaltI
I 1 City Denver ChIcago and other othernr
nr T the Western Union 18 no longer lonaerr1
r1 t i 19 g the Reno race reeullll This ThisI Thjs2i
2i I follows alleged crookedness and andb
b t 11 d races on the Reno track
Lf I ETERAN ETERANATHLETE ATHLETE DIES DIESI
1 I g 1 bridge
Aug 31The death Is an
I t 1a of f Charles Rowell a onetime fa
E I t I nner who created many worlds worldsIlrr
Ilrr f r III II Irrica kncricaf
Uncle SaiD SaiDThe
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HAlf PRIGE PrnOEWesternArmsand
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Western WesternArmsand WesternArmsandI Arms and j jSporting
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Sporting Goods CO C Ca C6ALTLAK i iAL
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6ALTLAK 6ALTLAKTurf AL T LAKE LAKETurf
Turf Exchange
40 EaGt JiZ eaond nd South Street Streetforoin I ICalUornlA I
CalUornlA foroin and nd Eastern Races Dinct DinctWlrea iir
L Wires on AU Sporting Events
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HAS GOOD WORDS WORDSFOR tNORDSFORUTAH
FOR FORUTAH UTAH LAKE LAKfFine
Fine Resort and Excellent Fish Fishing Fishing
ing Says One Who WhoKnows WhoK
Knows KnowsThe K novs novsThe
The HeraldRepublican For the bene beneftt beneftt
ftt of tboeo the who are contemplating an anoutm anouting
outm outing I would suggest as an Id Idral al pl p1ac p1acOur e eour
our own Utah lake There is on the est estshore > st stshore
shore on the Denver Rio Grande rail railroad railroad
road a resort known as Geneva With Withtrees withtrees
trees a pavilion for dancing hotel gas gasollne ga gaoHms
oHms launches row boats and best of ofall cifall
all In the lake there ar fishcatfish fishcatfishchuba fishcatfishchubs
chubs mullets baSil trot and carp
I recently had the pleasure of being ow owof ovof
of a party to make a trIo tr1 > in the launch
Utah from American Fork to Pelican
Point and back via Geneva p tjok tjokalQng tOkalong
along frying pans and caught cook cooked ald aldate ac 1 1ate
ate fish to our h arts content arid anJsides b bskies
sides brought home enough to furni furnihOut ll llour
our friends a mess with Ith hook and lin
The trip can be made In one da day put
those having time can find accommrd accommntions
tiOIUl at the resort or any of the st senL senLmenta t tments
menta bordering the lake and go d jown w n
to fish b by team The better war W wolii d
be to 80 direct to Geneva and avoid th
expense of team hire Railroad fare j jabout
about UI 2 for the round trip A fis
and game Jlc9nse 18 neceqary
A crute on Utah lake In one of th
swift new motor boats Is an experf > Dc
to be remembered and you can fish flit
anywhere but here is where you ou ea al
catch fish fishWe fishWe
We Salt Laters are certainly oprloo
log one ot Utahs chief charms when w
go hun hundreds lreda of miles on fishing tr trp
And they talk about trout What bat do ou u
think ot 13JS 13 ½ pounds And basswdl
you cant beat the bass right at our
doors A SUBSCRIBER SUBSCRIBERu
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NO CHANCE FOR GtR GERMANY GERMANYHonors ANY ANYHonors
Honors of Second Day of Souder BoatBaces Boat Boathces
hces at Marble11ead Go to tothe tothe
the y Yankees YankeesMarblehead ankeesMarblehead
Marblehead Ma MaSs 8 Aug 31Tbe honors
in the second day days race of the Interna
tional honors between the German and
American SondeI boats for the President
Tart and Grover Draper cups fell to the
American yacht Ellen owned by Charles
P Curtis of Boston and sailed by his
son Charles P Curtis Jr The German
challengers were hopelesslY beaten The
Seehund II dropped out of the race when
It was onequarter Over because she fouled
a flag mark The Wolf finished a close
second while the Joyette winner of yes
terdays contest wall third 45 seconds
behind the Wolf WolfIt
It was a slashing race fought to the
bitter end The Ellen got away at th
start and led once over the course and
until the outer turn on the lllecond leg
was reached when In the freshening
breeae the Wolf spurted and selaed first
place Then came the final run back to
the tlD finish h Une and the battle was decided decideda
a quarter of a mile from the committee
boat Orion OrionThe OrionThe
The Ellen was 46 seconds behind the
Wolf when she turned the windward t1a flag
take for the second time but with all allsalill allsails
sails set et he slowly crept upon the scud
ding Wolf Near the finish line the wind windcanted windcanted
canted slightly and filling the Curtis
boats spinnaker gave ga her a final push
down the course a winner over the Lor
Ing yacht by 11 1 seconds or perhaps three
boa t len lengths lengthsMONTANA ths
MONTANA BASEBALL DEAD DEADBozeman DEADSozeman
Bozeman Team DisbandsFarns DisbandsFarnsworth
worth Says No Support SupportMontana SupportA
A Montana dispatch gives the following
on the baseball situation under the head
Ing Another Has Faded
Bozemans former Intermountain league
team disbanded when Livingston failed to toIIhow toshow
show up f for > r a Ifam scheduled to be beplayed beplayed
played at BoSeman Thomas left this thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon for Mexico where he will pitch
during the rest of the ball season Gems
left for Spokane to play In the Spokane
City league McQuaid and Hammond wilt wiltgo 111 111go
go to Hamilton and play ball there Sny
der will stay In Bozeman and probably
play with the Independents the rest of
the season McIntosh and Dudle Dudley will willgo wiltgo
go to LIvingston to work Head and
Flick have no plans for the future
It Is also reported that the Livingston
team will dIsband after playing Deer
Lod Lodge today Much disgust Is felt here
at Joe Marshall manager r ot the Lh
ln88ton team for failing to show up after
he had arranged games here for yeater
day and today Manager Farnsworth of
the Bozeman team also stated that he
bad strong proof that Marshall recently
threw a game In Laurel Farnsworth
Bald he did not believe there would bit
any state league In Montana next year
as the towns would not support one oner oneIEW
r IEW EW YORK JUDGE TURNS TURNSOUT TURNSOUT
OUT SPARK ON DROIT
New York Aug 3lone of the severest
decrees ever pronounced br a court In an
effort to dl8COurage automobile rchlng
prohibits Felix 1 L Droit a professional
chauffeur and participant In the Vander
hilt cup race from ever driving 8 car In
New York state stateJu stateJustice
Justice Ju t1ce Seller In the ourt of 8JHdaI
IIeIIIIlons suspended sentence in Droits Droitscase Droltscase
case today when he proml premised ed to regard
the these e directions Dr Dr3It > t has been arrested arrested8everal arrestedseveral
several times for speeding sJeedlngJOHNNY speedingJOHNNY
JOHNNY KLING WILL BE
MANAGER MANAGERNEXT NEXT YEAR YEARKansaa YEARKansas
Kansas City Aug ug 31John Kling the
baseball catcher former member ot the
Chicago National league ba baseball eball club clubwill clubwill
will manage an eastern team in either
the National or American league next nextyear nextyear
year This statement was made by KUng
today after he had wired Clark Griffith GrUmhmanager Griffithmanager
manager of the Cincinnati Nationals de decllnlq dedining
dining Griffiths offer to join his club clubnext clubnext
next aea season seasonI on
1 have two propositions now before beforeme
me said Kling and I surely will ac accept accept
cept one of them Anyway you can say
Ill be back In ba baseball eball next year a8 the
leader ot an eastern club clubWOMENS clubWOMENS
WOMENS WESTERN GOLF GOLFCHAMPIONSHiPS GOLFCHAMPlONSHPS
CHAMPIONSHiPS START STARTHomewood STARTHomewood
Homewood Country Clu FlOlllmoor FlOlllmoorIII
III Aug IlMlu Isabella Smith of the
Evanston Golf club ChlcslP played re remarkable rematkable
markable golf and led the field of eighty
In the quail qualifying tying competition ot tINt an anDual ananal
Dual championship of the Womens West Wtstem Westera
em Golf association here today with a acard acard
card of 110 110The 90The
The score broke the womans record for forthe forthe
the Homewood couree formerly held bJ
Mills Xyran Helmer of the Mldlothlan MldlothlanCountry MidlothianCountry
Country club clubSHEEPSHEAD clubSHEEPSHEAD
SHEEPSHEAD RESULTS RESULTSSheep RESULTSSheephead
Sheep Sheephead ead Bay Aug 3lFirst race raceIx racesix
six Ix and a half furlongsRoyal Vane Vaneto
to 1 won Comedienne 3 to 1 second secondRobert secondRobert
Robert Cooper S to 1 thIrd Time lt ltSecond 121Second
Second race steeplechase about two twomllf8Ram twomilesRampart
mllf8Ram milesRampart rt 1 to 5 won Easex 8 to
5 second Andrew Summers 1 to 2 thIrd thIrdTime thIrdTime
Time 400 400Third 400Third
Third race six furlongsGlennadean
1 to 10 won Henderson 5 to 2 second secondHudas secondHudas
Hudas Sister 6 to 2 third Time 114 U UFourth 2 2Fourth
Fourth race even furlongsFireston
4 to 1 won Blaokmate 4 to 1 second IeCOmlRockBtone secondRocketone
RockBtone 12 to 1 third Time 129 3i 3iFifth 3iFifth
Fifth race mile and a quarterPins quarterPinsand
and Needles 7 to I won Araliee 8 to 5 5second 5second
second Beau Coup18 Coup 13 tb 10 third Time
200 200Sixth Sixth race five and a half furlongs Fu Futurity Futurity
turity coursBen Loyal 2 to 1 won wonHsmpton
Hampton Court 16 to 5 sec second nd Don An Antello Antello
tello S to 1 thIrd Time 107 107Hcrn
0 0HemUn
HemUn Hcrn 1 In paints sIgns also houses housesEith
E Eith th phoncs honcs I
TENNIS WHEEL HORSES I
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T G GR 1TFFEN
The wheel horse today Is T G GrIffin GrIffinone
one of the veterans of the tennIs game In InUtah intJtah
Utah whose activity datea from the thehand thehand
hand cart days Mr Ir Griffin first played playedtenDls playedtennis
tennis In Utah with a hoe When he hearrived hearrived
arrived on the scene there was but one onecourt onecourt
court the old First South street court courtand courtand
and the weeds were over a foot high
With a few other devotees he soon mad madthe madethe
the obstructions disappear and today he heees hesees
sees his favorite game prospering on many manycourts manycourts
courts scattered throughout the state stateIr stateMr
Mr Ir Griffin Is an Englishman and is isadmired isadmired
admired In his possession of an ever pres
SAM SAMBER6ER BERfiER SAYS IHAI OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMAOffER OILAllOMAt
t OffER OF 75000 75000LOOKS LOOKS BfSI YET
BY ED W SMITH SlIITHChicago SMITHChicago
Chicago Aug 31It the Miller brothers brothersof
of Oklahoma are slncereand from what whatI
I can learn of them I should judge they theyarethey theyarethey
arethey have a fine chance of getting
the big battle I know of no place right rightnow rightnow
now not even California where wo could coulddo coulddo
do better than a purse of 15000 15000This 75000This
This I is the tenor of a letter received receivedthis receivedthis
this morning from Sam Berger manager managerand managerand
and agent for TIm Jeffries who Is now nowout nowout
out on the coast looking over the situa situation situation
tion The letter came In response to a atelegram atelegram
telegram from Harlan E Babcock of ofKalamazoo ofKalamazoo
Kalamazoo Mlch a representative of the theOklahoma theOklahoma
Oklahoma ranchers In which Babcock Babcocknotified Babcocknotified
notified Berger officially of the offer He Herequested Herequested
requested an answer at once onceThis onceThis
This offer certainly Is attractive the themore themore
more so because of the condition named namedby
by which the fighters are to receive the thepurse thepurse
purse It the battle Is not decided through throughan
an any fatdt of the promoters or Interfer Interference
ence of the authorities Bergor writes writesThere writesThere
There is a ring of sincerity about that thatthat thatthat
that catches my eye at once I have not notconsulted notconsulted
consulted with Mr Little Johnsons rep repre repreenttIve
re entatlve about the matter because becausethey becausethey
they have been 80 busy In other dlrec dlrecHOI15 directions
HOI15 but will do so at any early hour hourI
I am sure he would feel that we cannot cannotdo
do any better anywhere on the globe globethan globethan
than this as far as flat purses are con concerned conearned
earned cernedCanadas earnedCanadas
Canadas bid of 100000 for the big bat battle battie
tie I Is not taken seriously by anybody In Inthis inthis
this section of the country The fact factthat factthat
that Elk City whence came the offer is isa Isa
a mining camp with few facllltles for forhandling forhandling
handling a crowd of strangers and 19 too toofar toofar
far out of the way for strangers to toreach toreach
reach rather puts the kibosh on Jack JackMunroes JackMunroes
Munroes handsomelooking and royal royalsounding royalsounding
sounding bid Jack has been a great greatItdder greatkldder
Itdder In the past and can hardly be betaken betaken
taken seriously at this time even though thoughhe
he has a lot of money and begs for a achance achance
chance to post It to show his sincerity sincerityThere sincerityThere
There are not going to be so many bids bidsof bidsof
of a straight and sane nature as one onemight onemight
might suppose CalifornIa seems to have havthe havethe
the best chance of getting the battle for
Los Angeles Aug nJohnson worlds worldschampion worldschampion
champion and auto speed maniac will willnot willnot
not drive a car In the forthcoming 300 300mile 300mite
mile auto race at Tanforan track A re report roport
port gained circulation in San Francisco Franciscoto
to the effect that Johnson had entered entereda
a car In the contest for the 2500 Hotel HotelSt
St Francis trophy and he would drive driveit
it himself himselfThe himselfThe
The story is denied by Charles S SBougher SBoughor
Bougher president of the California CaltfornlaMotor CaliforniaMotor
Motor Racing association under whoSt whoStfIGHT whostFIGHT
fIGHT FANS FANSARE FANSARESMELLINGMOUSE ARt ARtSMELLING
SMELLING SMELLINGMOUSE SMELLINGMOUSEPromoter MOUS MOUSPromoter
Promoter James Is Keeping KeepingKetchel KeepingKetchel
Ketchel From Langfords LangfordsMighty LanglordsMighty
Mighty Punch PunchBY
BY IGOE IGOENew IGOENew
New York Aug ItTho general opInion opInionnow
now Is that Jimmy Coffroth has had a ahand ahand
hand In keeping Assassin Ketchel in the thewest thewest
west James Is counting on a great house houseIn
In the KetchelJohnson fight and rather ratherthan ratherthan
than take the chance of having Sam Lang Langford Langford
ford put Ketchel away he has evidently evidentlyguaranteed evidentlyguaranteed
guaranteed Ketchel a fIne sum to stay stayright stayright
right where he Is Britt and the Falnnont Falnnontpeople Fairmontpeople
people are bound to go to the floor over overthe overthe
the whole business They sent Britt trans transportation transportation I
portation money they dont Intend to loc locBritt loseBrltt
Britt keeps writing to his friends that he hewill hewill
will surely come but his actions are very very8usplclous verysuspicious
suspicious Certainly he has hurt Ketch Ketchels Ketchels
els popularity and even It he does come comenow comenow
now It Is bound to affect the attendance attendanceIt
It he really Intends to fight Langford her herhis herehis
his Idea of putting off training until the tholast thelast
last moment Will certainly end disastrous disastrously
ly for him Langford has been working workingquietly workingquietly
quietly up In lIftSSQchhsetts and he will willbe willbe
be In good shape Ketehel wont If the theIwrles thestories
stories that are coming out ot San 1 Fran Francisco < ran rancisco
cisco are true trueFor trueFor
For a time It was thought It was jut jUlita
a trick of Britts to disconcert Samuel Samueland Samueland
and take him off his training while Ketch Ketchel
el was working secretly But as Ketchel Ketchelis
is pot doing an anth1ng thlng more earnest than thanhaying thanhaving
haying a god tim that suggestion went wentagl wentaglrntnrirg
agl aglrntnrirg 1mr g Dilly Gibson Is madder madderUID madderthan
than a wet hen over the whole affair and
nt high grade of sportsmanship His Histtinis
t ttinis < urJ s Is known since the first cham championship charnpionship
pionship matches 1n Utah and he 1s 1sboth isboth
both a good loser and a good winner winnerIn
In the present Intermountain tourna tournament tournaxnent
ment he figures as a strong contender contenderfor
for the honors and 811 a member of the thearrangements thearrangements
arrangements committee the work of ofwhich ofwhich
which largely determined the success of ofthe ofthe
the play playIn playIn
In 1908 Mr Griffin visited old England Englandand
and his standing In the game was recog recognized recognized
nized In his selection as umpire In the thefinal thefinal
final match to determine the champion championship
ship of west England
the reason that the contest would be betolerated betolerated
tolerated there by the authorities and the thecertain thecertain
certain patronage It would receive should shouldInduce shouldinduce
Induce the promoters to offer the most mostflattering mostflattering
flattering terms for the engagement engagementNevada engagementNevada
Nevada Is another state that might be beconsidered beconsidered
considered to have a chance for the af affair atfair
fair By the payment of a state license licenseof
of 1000 a finish con contest teat of any number numberof
of rounds may be held th there re But no noman noman
man Or mining camp has stepped forward forwardyet
yet and perhaps none will Nevada Is Isprosperous isprosperous
prosperous right now and hasnt so much muchmining muchmining
mining stock to throw upon the market marketHence marketHence
Hence the chance for advertising out of ofthe ofthe
the battle may be allowed to pass passNew passNew
New York saw Its first Important heavy heavyweight heavyweight
weight fight In years when Joe Jeannette Jeannettoand Jeannetteand
and Sandy Ferguson clashed at the Fair Falrmoot Fairmoat
moot club Friday night It didnt see seemuch seemuch
much at that for Jeannette made Sandy Sandyforget Sandyforget
forget everything before the battle had hadbeen hadbeen
been In progress very long Sandys Sandysochre Sandysocbre
ochre streak was prominent In the third thirdround thirdround
round and thereafter In that period periodof
of the contest be received a ripping rippingsmash rippingsmash
smash In the ribs and the only thIng thIngthat thingthat
that Interested SandY after that was the thebest thebest
best and mOISt graceful way to get out outof outof
of that enclosure without actually being helngknocked beingknocked
knocked out ot It ItFeruson itFerguson
Ferguson never had much to recom recommend recommend
mend him but his size and conceit He Hehad Hehad
had plenty of both when he was parad paradIng paradlag
lag around this section of the country countryseyeral countryseveral
several years ago He needed what Is Isknown isknown
known as Dutch coura courage e when he was washere washere
here and few fighters with those trIcks trIcksever tricksever
ever get over them themSandy themSandy
Sandy reminds one of the stOry that thatIs
Is told on Eddie Foy whose good old oldmother oldmother
mother after seeing his comedy stunts stuntsfor stuntsfor
for the first time advl advised ed Eddie that It Ithe ifhe
he go got money for doing that It would be bea bea
a good Idea to fool them as long as he hecould hecould
could couldSaldy couldSandy
Sandy fooled em for a long time into intothinking Intothinking
thinking that be had the makings of a achampion achampion
champion In his big carcass MacLean MacLeanthe
the oldtime bicycle rider thought he hecould hecould
could make something out of the Bos Bostonian Bostonian
tonian but It simply was not In him
NO FREE ADVERTISING IN AUTO RACE RACELINE RACELINE
LINE FOR BLACK CHAMPION JACK
auspice the race I Is run Mr tIr Bouher Bouher8ald Bougharsaid
said 8aldThere There Is no truth In the report that thatJohnson thatTohnson
Johnson hall entered a car In the race racenor racenor
nor has he made application to do so soalthough soalthough
although I han been reliably informed informedthat informedthat
that he was contemplating such action actionShould actionShould
Should he do so the application will be berejected berejected
rejected The black champion will not notbe notbe
be permUted to secure notoriety or free freeadvertising freeadvertising
advertising at the expense of the asso association so soclatlon
clatlon nor will any other black man be beallowed beallowed
allowed to compete competehis
his mind Is about fully made up to toss tossthe tossthe
the match to the dog dogGeorge dogsGeorge
George Eagle writes from PUtsburg that thathe
he wants Borne club to put his man Frank FrankKlaus
Klaus on with WIllie Lewis Klaus is a agood
good lliOpound man and Engle Is willing willingto
to back him against any man In the world worldat
at that weight He boxes Hugo Kelly Kellytwenty Kellytwenty
twenty rounds at New Orleans on Sept 76 76and 26and
and he will concede Billy Papkes old oldenemy oldenemy
enemy fully ten pounds Eagle will bring bringhim bringhim
him to New York If they beat Kelly and andFrank andFrank
Frank Madole that longlegged lI light lightweight bt btweight
weight who fought around New York Yorklast Yorklast
last winter will come also alsoLeach alsoLeach
Leach Cross has gone to Pawling and andwUl andwill
will work right along with the hope ot otetting ofgetting
getting a match with Tommy Murphy MurphyCross
Cross says he Is as anxious to fight Tom Tommy Tommy
my as the public Is to see It ItThere itThere
There does not seem any hop of get getting getting
ting Lewis and Burke together at the theFalnnont theFairmont
Falnnont after the Sandless Ferguson Fergulonfarce Fergusonfarce
farce and they tried to come to some someagreement someagreement
agreement Burkes man was wmin willing to tofight tofight
fight winner take all but Dan IIcKet McKetrck IIcKetrck
rck would only listen to Lewis taking takingall
all whether he won or lost lostPECULIAR lostPECULIAR
PECULIAR ACCIDENT ACCIDENTI
rr IN GUNNERY PRACTICE PRACTICEI
Lorient France Aug 81An extraordI extraordInary extraordinary
nary accident occurred today dUring gun gunnery gunnery
nery practice off Qulberen Owing It Is Isthought Isthought
thought to an error In aimIng one of ofthe ofthe
the guns aboard the French armored armoredcruiser armoredcruiser
cruiser Glolre six shells were fired Into
the cruiser Marseillaise one ot which pen ponetratd penetrated
etratd the hull and burst Inside No one onewas onewas
was Injured as the crew was in other
parts of the ship shipACTORS
is isACTORS I
ACTORS HOME BURNS BURNSNow BURNSNow
Now York Aug 31The summer
home of Raymond Hitchcock the Moor Moorat
at Great Neck L L I was destroyed by
fire tOday The loss is estimated at
30000 Two women serVants were se
verely Injured by jumpIng from second
story windows
BIKE RACES ARE ARESTOPPtD ARESTOPPEDBY
STOPPtD BY RAIN RAINSame
Same Card Is On for Friday FridayMuch FridayMuch
Much Tall < Heard of 24 24Houl 24Hour
Hour Race RaceFor
For the second time this year and un unusual nflucually
usual ucually good luck at that rain spoiled spoiledthe
the bike races last night Even with withtl1 withthe
tl1 the rain holding through the afternoon afternoonanxioas afternoonanxious
anxious calls at the newspaper offices and andfor andfor
for Muaagr r Barr harry lieagren were beard beardAr heardAr
Ar thr Oiilg to be races tonight tonlghtTManager tonightManager
Manager Hpagren announced that the the5ilm thezem
5ilm card will be given lrIday night nightTwIe nightTh
TwIe Th were many requests to run the therae therae
rae tonight but experi experience nce has demon denwntrated demontrated
< trated that the filns like Tuesday and andFrida andtrlday
Frida nightsthey arc the bike nights nlptThe nightsThe
The annOU1m anneuneomnt nt was also made that thatncedlng thatjreceding
ncedlng 111 start or the big twentyfour twentyfourItur
Itur race Sunday night a full program of ofsrrint ofsprrit
srrint races will he held This will give stvethp givethe
the fans a regular meet and the start of ofUv ofth
Uv th big grind Of course all those that thatCant thatwant
Cant to sit right along may see the Sun Sunday Sunday
day night card and the twentyfourhour twentyfourhourrae
rae f fr One admissIon Bets are up that tlIatS
S 111 or th d dInthewooi variety wii wiirt 11 11foit
foit through it all allWhil dliWhle
Whil the dope has It that the big motor motorpat motorpa
pat ed race will rest between SamueJeon SamueJeonnd
nd Downing some of the wi wise ODes are aregiving aregiving
giving Wilcox the beat ot chances to win winThey winThey
They say that while he maT Dot be able ableto
to outllprlnt his two competitors be wlii wliioutlast viiioutlast
outlast them and that around the themil 200 200mil
mil mark he will be showing at the thefront thefruit
front frontTht fruitTta
Tht > closing hours of the race are ex expected axpicted
pected to draw the la largest attendance or orthe 01the
the season seasonTY seasonTY
TY COBB USES SPIKES
Critics Condemn CondemnFarnous Famous Tiger for forUnfair forUnfair
Unfair Tactics TacticsThe
The Chicago Tribune editorially has hasthis hasthis
this dope to offer the fans on the way Ty TyCobb TyCobb
Cobb the famous Tiger player uses hIs hIsfeet hisfeet
feet feetTy
Ty Cobb the brilliant Detroit Tiger Tigerwhom Tigerwhom
whom nature according to moat critics critlchas criticshas
has endowed with large caliber natural naturalablllt naturalability
ablllt ability and a small bore mentality win winmake willmake
make few friends outside of Detroit by
definItion of his rights as a ba base e runner runnerNone runnerNone
None will deny that a baBe runner Is en entitled entitled
titled to the lines so far as actual Inter Interference interference
ference goes but for a player openly to todeciare todeclare
declare that a player who happens to toget toget
get In the way of his ready feet doe doeso doesso
so at his own peril Is an Impudent insult 1I150ltto
to the great sport loving public which whichlikes whichlikes
likes to see fair play Every one likes Uketa
a WInner but there are ethics to be con considered considered
sidered be besides ldas mere victory and no ac action action
tion on the ball field can be more con contemptible eontemptible
temptible than the willingness to Injure Injurean
an opponent opponentInstances opponentInstances
Instances are frequent In both big
leagues where players have avoided col colI1slong ceilislons
I1slong which might have brought vIc vIctory victory
tory to their aIde rather than risk Injury
to an opposing player Hans Wagner of ofPIHsburg ofPlttsburg
PIHsburg last year had Chance at his blsmercy hismercy
mercy In the base 11m on one occasion occaalonand
and slowed up enough to be put out outratber outrather
rather than bowl over the Cub leader lederon
on the path when the latter was In a aposition aposition
position where Injury would surely result resultfrom resultfrom
from the collision Plenty or other cases C88escould casescould
could be cited But Cobb according to his h180Wtl hisown
own notions Is a laW unto himself and
he bears a bad reputation along the whole
league circUit for his ready feet Lee LeeTannehill LeeTannehiil
Tannehill of the Sox who knows what wbatsplkln whatspiking
spiking means wears a special protection
beneath his socks with Cobb especially
In view viewPresident viewPresident
President Ban Johnson of the American
league I Is justified In warning Cobb and
if warning do not suffice In taking other othermeasurea othermeasures
measures to protect American league leagueplayers leagueplayers
players from this seltImportant young
man Manager Hu Hugh h Jennings retort to
Manager Connie Macks protest accusing
the Athletics of being yellow Is rather ratherentertaining ratherentertaining
entertaining than otherwise to those who whoremember whoremember
remember what color the Tigers showed
In the first worlds series against the
Cube CubeRAIN CubsRAIN
RAIN STOPS STOPSTENNIS TENNIS PLAY PLAYSchedule PLAYSchedule
Schedule Advanced Today While the theCourt theCourt
Court Stars Lead Simple Life LifeOwing LIfeOwing
Owing to the rain and wet courts there therewas therewas
was no Intermountain tennis play yes yesterday yesterday
terday at the Country club The schedutI schedutIannounced schedueannounced
announced for Tuesday will be played playedtoda playedtoday
toda today with the addition ot one match In indoubles I
doubles Boyer and Gillett against Int Brodie Brodieand
and Dlnwoodey DlnwoodeyWith i
With sunshine this morning the courts courtswill I
will be In fast shape for the afternoons afternoonsplay I IpIa
pIa play Despite the rain yesterday a large largenumber largenumber
number ot players a assembled embled at the Coun Country Country
try club to tAlk over the game and par partake partake
take of the hospitality arranged for the thetournament thetournament
tournament pl players yers Not in YEars has hasthere hasthere
there been a tournament where so many manywere manywere
were given a chance for the finals and andwhere andrhere
where rhere the interest has been so general generalNo
No word yet has been received as to the thetime thetime
time of arrival of the Pacific coast play players playera
ers Bund Bundy and Sinsabaugh who ac accepted accepted
cepted an Invitation to meet the Utah Utahplayers Utahplayers
players during the tournament They Theyare Theyare
are expected the end of this week or the thefirst thefirst
first ot next week
WILL RACE ON SALT LAKE LAKELongTime LAKELongTime
LongTime Disputes as to Launch LauncMerits LaunchMerits
Merits Will Be Settled Friday FridayThe
The owners of the gasoline launches at atSaltalr atSeltair
Saltalr Beach have arranged a program programof
of races for FrIday afternoon beginning beginningat
at 4 oclock Considerable interest hat hatbeen hasbeen
been worked up In the event as the thecontests thecontests
contests will be for the championship of ofGreat ofGreat
Great Salt Lake Six launches have been beenentered beenentered
entered the lineup being beingCambria beingCambia
Cambia Captain Dewey Davis Steer Steers Steersman
man Jame James Stt SttCozy Scott ScottCozy
Cozy Captain Blair Richardson Mrs MrsRichardsn MrsRichardson
Richardsn Richardson at the whel wheel wheelVictory
Victory Captin Captain Wiiam William Parkr Parker Steers Steersman Steersman
man Paul Jones JonetResu JonesRescue
Resu Rescue Captain Larsn Larsen Wi Will Bly Selly at atthe atthe
the wheel wheelFirefly
whel whelFlrfiy
Flrfiy Firefly Captain Newmn Newman ys Miss Lang Langford Langford
ford at the whe wheel wheelGalilee
Gale Galilee Captin Captain Ralph Brwn Brown asd aged 10 10el 10yoars
yoars el Dorothy Brwn Brown ae aged a yers years at atthe atthe
the wheel wheelThe
The whel pleaure pleasure bt boat Irene wi will act as thf thfstake th thstake
stake boat and wil will anchor at a point polnlsufcienty pointsufficiently
sufcienty sufficiently tar frm from the pvilon pavilion to mak make makea
of six mites mitesREGULARS
a racin racing cours course mies miesREGULARS
REGULARS TAKE HONORS HONORSAT
AT CAMP CAMPPERRY PERRY SHOOT SHOOTCamp
Camp Perry 0 Aug 3The 31The National NationalGuard NationalGuard
Guard marksmen got the worst of I Iagain Iagain
again today at the Natonal National Rle Rifle a8 a8eatons aeso aesoelations
elations toay tourament tournament Bth Both of th the matche matcheconcluded matcheconcluded
eatons concluded went to regulars Th The hand handsom handsome
some 1500 cup which officers of the theUnited theUnited
United som 15 States Maine Marine cor corps gave to th th1atlonal thNational
National lufle assoiaton association for annul annual com competition cornpetition
petition to Rfe be held one year by the rif rifmen rifle riflemen
men mking making the highest sre score In twnt twntshots twenty twentyshots
shots at 000 and 10 1000 yards was won by byCaptain byCaptain
Captain D C C McDougla McfloUglas U S M Co Coof C Cof
of Calornia California Captin Captain McDougl McDougall sre scored I Inot
187 Of the ten laders leaders only one waE waEnot at
18 not a regular regularThe r
a regla
The erViC skirmihers skirmishers In the InfantrJ InfantrJtem
team knocked src out the crac crackE or te the Dlt Dlttrlct Dis Distrlct
tem trlct of knocke Columbia In th the Evns Evans skIrmish skIrmishma skirmishmgh
ma mgh h which stirred up more genuln genulnontussm genuinon
on uslasm than anything tht that has a hap happed happened
ontussm ped pened her here since te the shoot atarte started 0 0August 0August
t tThe 9The
August
The final event of the Natinal National Rlr Rlrnslatons RIii RIiiassociations
tournament the prestdentt prestdenttmatch
associations tournaent prent prentmath
nslatons opened this afternk ° n This 1 an anIndividual anindividual
match thl aer h
math Individual opnd contest to which Is atce atcemany attncsii attncsiimany
including an autograph let Ibttor letter
many prZfs prizes Incuding
from president Taft TaftDEFENDER
tor Pident
1 IParis
DEFENDER is IS UNPLACED UNPLACEDI UNPLACEDParis I
Paris Aug IW iW K Vaebits Vanderbilts De Defender
fender ran In te the Prx Prix lsmy Isonmy at Trem Tremblay Tremblay
blay today but di did not notgeta get a plau plauPAPKE plaoe plaoePARKE
PAPKE WILL FIGHT FIGHTNew FIGHTNew
New Orleans Aug nBiy 21Billy Papko hn hnageed haagreed
agreed to the term r rcently > tnt offertd offercd hr htr htrby
by ageed tht thc West S Sdr r A1k1C + ilct dl club anlw an anmeet I
f18 f18te fL fLthe
meet the wivrE r f H K lyKCJS
te the later latter part ot Octobcr October
T
BASEBALL RESULTS I
AMERICAN AMERICANLEAGUE AMERICANLEAGUEWon LEAGUE LEAGUEWon
Won Lt Lost Pet PetDetroit
Detrt Detroit 1 77 49 49Philadelphia
Philadelphia n 4 47 612 612Boston
Boston 73 5 4 694 694Cleveland
B 7 I
Clevean Cleveland C 1 11 11Chicago
Chicago 90 500 500New
New York 34 06 06S
at S t L 1ons 69 m mWahlRo 424Washington
WahlRo Washington U m mNATIONALS 173NATIONALS
NATIONALS NATIONALS AT SHORT END ENDat
at Lu Louis AuS tw 1Wimhlngtca was 4 4feated
feated agin again tOay today b by I SI La Louis I t to 7 7In 7in
In a dul dull ctet contest Ser Sesre K B H HSt HSLLous
St SLLous Luis 7 1 10 1 1Vasblnton 1Washington
Washington Vasblnton 1 S I IBterePet 3BatteriesPetty
BterePet BatteriesPetty and ad Steh9 Stephens With Wlthep Witherup
ep erup Sith Smith and Snu Street t Sltter SltterATHLETIC Slattery SlatteryATHLETICS
ATHLETIC ATHLETICS GOOSEEGGED GOOSEEGGEDChicag GOOSEEGGEDChicago
Chicag Chicago Aug S1Cb 31ChIcago defeated defeatedPhiladelphia
Phadlpha Philadelphia 2 t to 0 0 In a pith pitchers bttle bttletay battle battletoday
tay today Soe Score R B H HChicago J
Chlcq Chicago 1 4 1 1Phlladelpb 1Philadelphia
Phlladelpb Philadelphia 9 4 2 2BateSit 2BatteriesSmith
BateSit BatteriesSmith an and 8ulHvn Sullivan Morgan MorganKrause
Kraul Krause an and LI1npte Livinpione Tboa TboaTIGERS Themes ThemesTIGERS
TIGERS WIN IN FIRST FIRSTDtrt FIRSTDetrelt
Dtrt Detrelt AuC 31T1 31TodaYs game wu wuwo waswon
wo won by Il Detroit in the nr first b inning go wbn wbnHall when whenHall
Hall ws was drivn driven t to the bnc bench 1 Score ScoreDetroit B
Detroit 7 1 12 1 1Boton 1Boston
Dtrt
Boton Boston 4 n nBatteKDla 2 2BatterlesKIUian
BatteKDla BatterlesKIUian and 8bt Schmidt HD HDIar Hall HallKarjet
an
Iar Karjet an and Crrp CrrpHONORS Corrigan CorriganHONORSARE
HONORS HONORSARE ARE EVEN EVENClevelnd EVENCleveland
Clevelnd Cleveland Aug INe 31New Yo York and andClvela andCleveland
Clvela Cleveland broke eo even t today New York Yorkwhining
wnnin whining second Scores ScoresFirst t the frt first an and Ce Cleveland t the thesecond
sn First game Srl R H E ECleland ECleveland
Fist
Cleveland 1 1New 1 2 2NewYork
New NewYork Yok 4 1 J JBateriYoung 2BatteriesYoung
BateriYoung BatteriesYoung and Bsted Easterly D Doyle Doyleand
and Swney SwneySen Sweeney SweeneySecond
Second game R IL H HCvelnd L LCleveland
Sen am
Cleveland I 7 I INew 3NewYork
Cvelnd New NewYork Yok 1 I 6 1 1BtereFalkenbr 3BtterlesFalkenberg
BtterlesFalkenberg and Clarke Lahe LaheWarhop
BtereFalkenbr an
Warhop and Kllnow Keinow
V WESTERNLEAGUE WESTERNLEAGUEWichita ESTERN LEAGUE LEAGUEWichit
Wichita Aug iSre iSreFirst 7Score 7ScoreFirst
Wichit First game R H H L LDes I
Des s Moine Moines MoinesWichita gm i 1
Wlchlb Wichita 2 1 I 6 6BatteriesBenz
BatterieBnz BatteriesBenz d1Uer Ue sad L Lewis LewisHassler
Husler Hunt and Wever WeverSd Weaver WeaverSecond
Second game game an R I IL E EDesMoines
DesMoines Sd Molne 1 1Vlenla 1 2 2Wichita
Wichita U 1 1BatterieBnz 1BatteriesBenz
1 1
Vlenla BatterieBnz BatteriesBenz aM Lw Lewis Altchisoa Altchisoaand IM1 IM1and
and Armstg ArmstgPueblo Armstrong ArmstrongPueblo
Pueblo Aug ItSere 21Seore R 1 H J E ELincoln
Lincoln 9 SO SOPueblo
Lincln LinclnPeblo
Peblo Pueblo 7110 7110BatteresMcCafferty 11 11BtterMcCafet
BtterMcCafet BatteresMcCafferty a and Mahon > h D Dgano E Egano
gano and KIt KItDever Mites MitesDenver
Dever Denver Aug 3S 21Seers 21SeersFirst
First game gameDenver R H E EDenver
Prt gam
Denver r I 1 Id 1 1Siou 1Sioux
Siou Sioux CIy City I 0 0BtteresOlmte 0BattertesOlnsstead
BtteresOlmte BattertesOlnsstead BI Bobaneoa and H Ha Haley
ley Clark and ToW Towne TowneSecond
Second game I H IL ILSioux
Siux Sioux Scn Cty City gm 1 I 1 1Denver 1Denver
Denver 1 1BttereVlln 5 0 0BatteriesWilson
BttereVlln BatteriesWilson bnd Rd S Sell Ac Adams Adamsand
and Haaa HaaaTopka Hans HansTopeka
Topeka Aug 31Score S I B H H E EOrnana
Ola Ornana Topka 4 9 0 0T 0ri 0Topeka
T Topeka I IBatteriesLower
BatteriesLower ri L w Rod and Cadinan i Thomp Thompson
son Wright Darrah and Kern
PAYSON BEATS PROVO PROVOBrings PROVOBrings
Brings Victories Up to 24 of 21 21Games 2 2Games
Games Played PlayedSpial PlayedSpecial
Spial Special to The HeldRepublcn HeldRepublcnPayson HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanPayson
Payson Aug 31P8R 31Payson defeat defeated the theProvo
Provo tem team bv a sor score of 5 to 1 on a amudy amuddy
mudy muddy diaond diamond here today b bringing n the thetotal thetotal
total ot victories 1ctorle up to twentyfour out of oftwntylght oftwentyeight
twntylght twentyeight gmes games playe played Jackson Jan and andDne andDone
Dne Done were the batteres batteries for the hoe hoetm home hometeam
tm team and Elot Elliott ad and EUeon Ellison for POo Prove ProveA
A falriz fairsised crwd crowd turned out outPayson outPayson
Payson plys 1 y Prk Park Cit City Fiday Friday and andBingha andBingham
Bingha Bingham Sunday and Moday ModayFAYETE Monday MondayFAYETTE
FAYETE FAYETTE WINS A FAST FASTGAME FASTGAME
GAME FROM STERLNG STERLNGSpecil STERLING STERLINGSpecial
Specil Special to The HerdRepublcn HerdRepublcnEphraim HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEphratm
Ephraim Aug IIA 30A very Interet interesting interestinggame
gme game of baebl baseball ws was played at Fayette Fayetteyeteray Fayetteyesterday
yeteray yesterday between Fayette and Sterlng Sterling
The gain resuled resulted In a victory for te teFayette the theFayette
gme
Fayette boy boys the sore score bn being 1 to 4 4 The Tbevisitng Thevisiting
visitng visiting te team wa was given a bquet banquet befo before beforereturning
returning home A gven game will b be ple played playedat
at teams teamsThe Sterlng Sterling Friday ray bt between the same sameteams me meteams
teamsTe Te The Fayete Fayette lneup lineup was a as folow follows followsFayette SterUD Sterling
Palmr c Peack PeackSylus Peacock PeacockAnderson
Sylus lb Anr8 Anderson AndersonDock2b
Dck Dock2b Peacock PeacockBartholomew3b
Peck PeckBartbolomew
Bartbolomew Bartholomew3b 3 K Rilpack RilpackCooperas ck ckCopr
Cooperas Bailey
Copr S Bey
Hil rf Ln LnJame Larsen LarsenWhitbeck
Jame If Wtbk Whitbeck Whitbecklie
lie 11 cf Pk PkPalmer Ieacock IeacockWhitbeck
Palmer p Wtbk WtbkSEATTLE Whitbeck WhitbeckSEATTLE
SEATTLE MAN NAMED NAMEDTO
TO PORTO PORTORICO RICO OFFICE OFFICEYashlngton OFFICEWashington
Washington Aug 11I 31It was laed laedhere learned learnedhere
here tonight tt that Pident President Tft Taft ha had ap appointed
pointe pointed A A P Sawer sawyer of Sattle Seattle Wash Washto
to b be auIor auditor of Porto Rico to sccee succeed succeedG
G C Ward Mr Yard has bn been ned nedto named namedto
to suced succeed W F W1ougbby Willoughby a as srtary srtaryof secretary secretaryof
of Porto Rco Rice the late latter becmin becoming assist assistant
ant diretor director of the cnsus census censusMeals
Meals at the Ship Restaurant RestaurantSalalr RestaurantSaltair
Salalr Saltair Nothing fner finer Ak for ay aythIng any anything
thIng Ciy City prce prceBathlng prices pricesBathing
Bathlng Bathing at at Saltalrstl Saltairstill glorious
NATIONAL NATIONALLEAGUE NATIONALLEAGUEWcn LEAGUE LEAGUEWoe
Woe Wcn L Lest PI P
Ptburg Plttsburg PlttsburgChlcs4p s 1 1Chc
Chc Chlcs4p ZI j jNew in
Ne New York 6 6Cincinnati J JCcnnat
Ccnnat Cincinnati 1 M 1 ii iiThIladelphia
laIddpba ThIladelphia t I 4 47 47St 1 1it
it St Lu Louis LouisBrooklyn 6 I
BkIS Brooklyn 8 7 7Boston J JBt
Bt Boston 271 271THE j jTHE
THE DUTCHMAN AGAIN AGAINB AGAIMBoston
B Boston Aq I ILPittIbars WO won tiully tiullyfrom afiy afiyfm
fm from Et E4t011 tT todAy 7 t to I I y t akin d dVO dvantage
VO vantage 1 rf the l local c error a u1nd tIm h hbtmg lrb
btmg b tlmg Waer Wagner msOto t twob twobase lils lilsan Jisand
and a sttgle l In fu four at t bt bat S Sc r r1E rIt
an phc It 1E 1EPtubf 14 E EPittsburg
Ptubf Pittsburg 1 I Iun 8Beston
Beston > un 1 1BtrWII i iBattsreaWillis
BattsreaWillis snd bsIi Mor More and andGhm andGraham
Ghm Graham BtrWII Umpr Umpirs1m116S a a and Klm KlmST Klem
ST 1 LOUIS ON SLIDE SLIDEPidlph SLIDEPhiladelphia
Pidlph Philadelphia Aq 90ThUalphia 90ThUalphiamade Plphia
made It t five sbt straight vi vtcta ee ovr over St StL StLouis
L Louis 1 by wnl winning t this at aftsIIsoon pmSr pm gamScore
Sr Score 1 B H E EPhllephla EPhiladelphia
U 14 I IIt ISt
Philadelphia
It St Ls Louis LouisBstteriesMcQuIIlen 8 8BteMeuWn
BstteriesMcQuIIlen and D Bb Beebe BeebeMelter
BteMeuWn a D
ller Melter ad and Pep Phelps UmpJ UmpJGIANTS UmpIr1e UmpIr1eGIANTS
GIANTS SHUT OUT OUTNew OUTNew
New YOk York Au Aug IBrow 31Brown got t the bst bstqf best bestqf
qf WUt Wiltae ty today and C Chicago s W wsa the thelast
1 last game of t the srie series tr from Ne New York Yorkto
2 to 0 makIng a record O f four t cr crfiv offive
0 rcr o
fiv five I In J this set t and et sight o out O cc even evenat tn tnat
at the Polo G Groun4 t par parCb
t Po Israr IsrarChicago parE E
Cb Chicago 2 I S c cNe CNewtork
Ne Newtork ork S 5 5BrsBr 5BatteriesBrown
BrsBr BatteriesBrown ad and A Archer Wlbe Wlbea Wiltee Wilteeand
a and stone Myers ye UmK UmpiresKane a and John Johnstone
8
REDS END ON TOP TOPBrk7D 1 1Brooklyn
Brk7D Brooklyn Aq 1c Z1IneIUnU dated datedBrkl defrated defratedBrooklyn
Brkl Brooklyn hee here ty today I t to 4 1 Seers SeersLHE LHE LHECincinnati 1 E ECcU
CcU Cincinnati S 1 14 2 2Brooklyn
Brooklyn 4 1 10 1 1B11aPr 1BatteiiasFromme
Brl B11aPr BatteiiasFromme and a fark Irsnlon IrsnlonDent lon lonDt
Dt Dent Od MarshaL a UmpO UmpOCOAST UmpbeODsy UmpbeODsyCOASTLEAGUE a
COAST COASTLEAGUE COASTLEAGUELos LEAGU E EL
L Los Angeles AU Aug IA 31A b bstdng ry rally by byVeo byVernon
Veo Vernon qes in the four fourth I hnliig gave W the thesbub thesuburb
sbub suburb tm team an easy victory ty tyS today todayScore
S Score v A R H E EVeon EVernon
Veon VeonPond Vernon I S SPortland
Portland S 7 2 2BatterfeBrackenrldge
Pond PondBtterieBrckenr
BtterieBrckenr BatterfeBrackenrldge aa and Baan BaanCeut Hogan HoganChenault
Ceut Chenault and Fisher FisherOaknd be beOald
Oald Oaknd Au Aug LOsklaed 11 datd d Los Losles LosAngeles
Angeles les nd toy today I to G 0 d drIving I in two twotaDes twotallies
taDes tallies In the 1 first I tinlng aiid t ths third thirdI thirdin
I in th the seventh vnt So Score 1 0 1 H E EOkd EOakland
Okd Oakland 3 S SLosAngelea 0 0L
LosAngelea 0 4 2 2BttrieNeln 9BatteriesNelson
L Als
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man of the Pyson Payson bbal baseball tea team ad and his hl3clim hisclaim
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