THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1913. ,
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I I OGDEN STANDARD SPORTING PAGE
Jack Ferry has taken a long court'1
f& bench warming with the Pirates
and last year he did not pitch enough
games to get in the official averages
Ferry came from Jersey City, in i
the old Eastern league, two years ago,
and Is a younger brother ot Cy Ferry,'
a well-known pitcher of some timej
ngo Fred Clarke is confident that!
Jack will pan out and has held on to I
him He has a fine curve ball audi
also uses the spitter.
IPELKY DEFEATS MORRIS.
Calgary, Alberta, May 2, Arthur
I'elky battemd And Morris of Bos
ton bo badly at the Manchester arena
last night that Referee Tommy Bums
had to stop the bout In the eighth
round Pelky and Luther McCarty
are to meet here on May 24
Chicago. May 2 Michael McDer
mott of the Illinois Athletic club,
won the national amateur athletic
union breast stroke championship for
220 ards last night in 2:55 2-5. al-
' most twentv seconds below his
world's record The race was a farce
as far as competition was concerned.
Bob Schlemm tagging secral second
A new world f record wns niado
when eighteen members of the I A
Cm composing a relay team, BWani
a mile In 18:46 4-5 bettering the
record held by the club of 18.52.
Won. Lost. Pet
Missoula 1 0 i.000
Ogden .1 1 50.)
Salt Lake 1 1 500
Butte 1 1 .500
Great Falls l i 500
Helena 0 1 .000
Won. Lost Pet.
Chicago 12 f. .706
New York 8 .6 15
Philadelphia .6 4 .600
Brooklyn 8 6 571
St Louis 9 7 563
Pittsburg ... 8 8 500
Boston 3 10 231
Cincinnati . . 3 12 200
Won. Iost Pet.
Philadelphia 10 I 769
Cleveland 11 5 68S
Washington 8 4 '.f.7
Chicago 11 8 .579
Boston 7 8 .467
Si Louis 8 10 4 14
Ixnrolt 5 12 294
New York 3 12 .200
Butte Ogden - Snow
Missoula 6, Helena 2
Salt Lake-Great Falls wet grounds
Philadelphia 1, New York u.
St Louis 9, PittBburg 7.
Brooklyn 4. Boston 2
Cincinnati 8. Chicago 4
Philadelphia 4. New York 2.
Boston 8, Washington 2.
Chicago 8, Detroit 5
St. Louis, Maj I. Weilman s wild
BeM in the 6ixth inning caused his
i own downfall and Cleveland won the
second game of the series from 31
I Louis 3 to 1 here today Falkenberz
I was steady in the pinches, holding St.
Louis Bafe w hen runners were on
bases. In the sixth three infield hits
filled the bases for Cleveland with
one out Lajole hit to Austin, forcing
i a runner at the plate Weilman then
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j jj Beginning May 1st,. 1913 our minimum charge will be $12 00
per annum instead of $1.00 per month as heretofore.
j This will enable many of our consumers to make a saving dur-
ing the winter months when it is necessary to use coal ranges
I in order to properly heat the kitchen.
Gas bills will now be made out for the amount of gas used and
should the yearly total not equal the $12.00 minimum the last
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Because of the change in minimum we will discontinue the
j ; practice of locking meteri.
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LOUD CRIES OF JOY ARE HEARD IN DETROIT; TY'S BACK
Ty Cobb, the Georgia Peach, the
only real and original Trus all
others spurious Is bark on the
scorecard After playinR the hold
out game to a fare-ve-w ell and ter
ribly fretting the frenzied fans, Ty
lias meekly returned to the fold As
a result of which considera lo ela
tion has been evidenced by one and
all In fact the occasion seems to
warrant the croaking of an amplified
While Cobb was sitting in the cor-
lost control and walked Birmingham
and hit Graney. forcing in two runs
for Cleveland. St Ix)iii6 scored their
only run on Movull s siTi'-'lc . stea:
and Ague w h hit Cleveland lied the
score in the fourth inning on Olson .
double and Lajole s single. Score by
Cleveland 000 102 n00 3
St. Louis 010 000 000 1
Two-base hits Olson. Stovall Sac
rifice hits Chapman 2, Falkenburg.
Stolen base Stovall. Loft on bases
Cleveland 6, St. Louis 8. Bases on
balls -Off W-ilnian L'. oiT Falkenbuii
) Hit by pitrhor By Weilman (Gra
ney) Struck out By Kalkenburg
bj Weilman ! Time of game- 1 56
1'mpires Ferguson and O'Loughliu
OUT THE GIANTS
Philadelphia, Ma) l Alexander
who last week pitched an eleven-Inning
scoreless tie against New ork,
I shut out McGraw's team here this af
ternoon 1 to 0. The visitors Beuroi)
six hits, three of which were made
by Shafer and two by Snodgiass Onl.
one New York runner reached third
base Killifer threw two men o.H
trying to Bteal second and broke up
a batting rail) In the third Inuing by
latching Snodgras napping off sec
ond base Four hits were made off
Tesreau In seven Innings, he being
taken out to permit McCormiek to bat
for him Knabe and Doolan divided
these safeties The only run of the
game was scored in the sixth lnnin;
I on Shafer's wild throw on Alexander s,
grounder and Knabe 8 two-bagger.
Score by innings
New York 000 ooO 0000
1 Philadelphia 000 001 0001
j Two-base hits Shafer Qurns
l Knabe lilts Off Tesreau 4 in 7 in
, nlngs; off Wlltse 0 m 1 inning Stolen
I base Murray Double plays Shafer,
Dole and Merkle; Uoolan. Knabe and
Luderufl Lett on bases New York
5, Philadelphia 5 Bases on balls Off
Tesreau 3. off Mexander 1 First base
on errors- New York 2. Philadelphia
1. Struck out By Tesreau 4. by Alex
ander 2 Time of game 1 35 Um
pires Rlgler and Byron
i M'GOORTY MEETS
Denver. May 2 -Eddie McGoorty of
OshkoBh. Wis., and Jimmy Clabby of
Hammond. Ind . are resting today,
having finished their training for their
ten round bout at the Denver A. C.
areua tonight The fight has been
advertised as deciding the middle
The men are to weigh in at 15S
pounds at 6 o'clock tonight. It Is ex
pected that McGoorty will outweight
his opponent bv about eight pounds
Both men have trained faithfully and
each expresses himself today as being
confident of victory Betting Is light
and practically at even money
At a meeting of principals and man
agers last night Abe Pollock was se
f lected as referee
RED SOX WIN
Chicago May 1 George Johnson,
the big Indian t wirier of the Cincin
nati team had. everything his o n
way today and Cincinnati defeated
Chicago. 8 to 4. Today's victory Is
the third of the season for Cincin
nati and the honor of winning fell to
Johnson in all three, Johnson had
the locals baffled until the ninth in
ning, when he showed signs of weak
ening, and gave way to Mordecai
Brown, former pitcher of the Chicago
Nationals. Brown, with the bases
full and one out In this inning, show
ed hlB old time skill and retired Chi
cago without further damage. Toney
ner In a sulk and muttering some-'
thing about 515.000 quite a few base
ball bugs professed indifference as
to whether he ever came bach or not
It w.is explained that Cobb was only
one ballplajer. that's all, and where
did he get the hunch that he was the
one large cheese, huh? Guess the
game could set along without him
woof, woof and a lot of that sort
But, ah' what is as fickle pickled
no. fickle, as a baseball QUt? Noth-
Injured his finger in trins to stop
a hot bounder off Hoblitzell s bat and
retired Ever said the Injury wjs
not serious Three of the runs scored
by the locals were due to errors by
Score by innings
Cincinnati ....13000 0 1 ? 08.
Chicago 1 2 0 -i o o (i o 1 4
Summary: Kirors Bales, Clarke,1
Clymer; Brtdwell, Tonc Two-base
hits Tinker, Evers. Aimelda Hits
Off Smith. 4 in 2 innings, off Toney
tJ in ." I-.'! Innings; off Leifleld 2 In
1 2-3 innings, off Johnson. G in B 1-3
innings: off Brown, none 1 2-3 in
ning. Sacrifice hits Egan. Tinker.
Marsans. Bates Stolen bi.ses Mar
S3ns. Egans, Saier Double pla
Brldwell to Evers to Saier Left on
bases Cincinnati 14, Chicago 14.
Balk - Leifleld Bases on ball Off
Johnson 5, off Smith 2, off roney6,
ofr leifleld 1 Hit by pitcher By
; Smith. Marsani . Struck out By
Johnson 5, by Toney 2 Time 2 :2o
j Cmpires Owens and Cuthrie
New York May 1 The New York
j Americans were defeated again to
da, the Athletics winning the first
, game of a four-game series 4 to 2. 1
' Keating, the only New York pitcher.
Who has won a game this season, i
went we4)l for five innings, not a maul
reaching first base until Mclnnis sin
gled In that frame In the sixth the,
j Athletics won the game when they
scored three runs on singles by
Brown, Oldring and Collins. Oldrlng'fl
Steal and three errors Brown pitch-
1 ed well lor Philadelphia tht firm oi
j New York's two runs being scored on
I errors b Baker and Collins He had'
i to retire from the game In the eighth I
inning, when he injured his pitching
hand In stopping a hard drive from!
, Cree's bat
Score by innings
Philadelphia ... . .000 003 1004
New York 001 010 0002,
First base on errors New York 3i
Philadelphia 1 Two-base hit Mid-j
klff Three-base hit Thomas Sac
rifice hits Keating. E Murphy Sto
len bases Derrick. Oldring, Lelivell
Left on bases New York 5. Philadel
phia ?,. Double plays Brown to Bar
ry to Mclnnis; Collins to Barry to
Mclnnis, Barry to Mclnnis Bases
on balls Off Keating 1 off Brown 2
Struck out By Keating 6. Brown 1,
Hoff 2 Bender 1 Wild pitch
Brown. Hits Off Keating. 5 In 8 in
nings. Hoff, 0 in 1. Brown, 6 in 8.
Bender. 1 In 1. Time 1 58 Um
pires Dlneen and HarL
WHITE SOX WIN
FROM THE TIGERS
Detroit May 1 Harr Lord, ably
assisted by the other members of the
"heavy" f;nd of the Chicago White
Sox's batting order pounded Mullin
to every corner of the lot today and
the visitors defeated Detroit 8 to 3
Jennings men hit Russell hard In the
fifth and eighth and the Chicago left
hander became unsteady fn the ninth
but sharp fielding cut off each Dc
trolt rally. It was the seventh
straight defeat for the locals and five
of them were sustained at the hands
Chicago won the game in the sev
enth. Lord started the inning With
a triple to right, and four more hirs.
coupled with two errors brought five
runs across. One of Cobb's bits was
an" infield tap on which an lUMUCeeB
fill attempt was made to retire a base
runner at third
Score by innings:
Chicago 200 001 r.00 S
i Detroit . . LOO 02" 010 5
I TW9-baa bits -Russell, Lord Mat
tick Three-base hits Bush, Lord
Hits Off Mullin 12 In 7 Innings; off
ing is. And when Cobb affixed his
John Henr as they say, to a Detroit
contract last week there was a loud
shout of glad acclaim, wafted across
the country from coast to coast and
vice versa Moreover, when Tyrus
donnod his baseball habiliment and
trotted out to bis garden, the Detroit
fans nigh went nuts for Joy Strong
men wept and women giggled hys
i r io;i 1 1 Which only goes to show
And as we may have said before,
after all, there s only one T. Cobb.
Kla witter " in 2 innings Left on
bases Chicago Dt-trolt 6. Bases
00 balls Off Mullin 1 off Russell I
oil Klawitter 1 Struck out By Rus
sell 1. Time of game 153. Umpires
Hlldebrand and Kvans.
Missoula. May 2. Annis held Hel
ena's touted sluggers to four hits and
two runs today while his team mat-s
were making six runs off Cooney and
Sullivati, who played under the name
of Keenan. with Missoula last year
Not until the seventh inning did a
Helena man reach first base. Tne
trio of hits gave the Vigilantes two
runs This was the opening game of
the season and was attended, despit
a cold wind, by more than 1,000 peo
Dahny 5ha) was fired from the fieU
by Umpire LarbcQUe for swearing, and
was punished with a beavj presiden
B R BH PO A. B.
Spencer. If 4 1 1 2 0 1
Kelley, cf ........ 4 I 1 2 " 1
Lussi, ib .1 (i Oln 1 Q
Quigle.v 2b 4 0 2 2 10
Clynes. rf 4 " u 0 0 1
Cronln, 3b ....... . 3 0 0 1 3 0
Mengps, ss . . .2 0 0 0 1 0
Crittenden, C 3 " " 7 2 1
Cooney. p . ....... o o Q 0 1 0
Sullivan, p 3 0 0 0 3 0
I Totals 30 2 4 24 12 3
AB R BH PO A E
Daaohhack, rr . . . . 5 l 2 2 i 0
Perrine. 2b ........ 3 1 0 l 2 0
Tobin, cf 4 0 1 3 0
Bassey, If ....... . 4 0 0 2 0 0
Carpenter, ss 3 0 0 0 2 "
Carman, lb 2 l o h 0 l
Cbangnon, "b . . . 8 1223 0
Roberts, c 3 1 1 3 2 0
Annis, p . 1 2 0 4 "
Totals 30 6 8 27 14 :
SCORE BY INNINGS
Helena .000 000 200- 2
Missoula . .140 000 1006
Two-base hits Daschback Rob
erts, Qulgley. Three-base hlts -Kel
ly Home run Cbangnon. Sacrifice
hits Cbangnon, Roberts, Perrine
Double plays Annis lo Changncn ti
Carman Hit by pitched ball B
Cooney (Carman), by Annis (Men
ges). W ild pitches Cooney 2. Stolen
base Roberts. Bases on balls Off
Cooney, off Sullivan 3, off Annis I.
Struck out By Cooney 2. by Sullivan
4, by Annis 5 Hits Off Cooney 3
in 1 2-3 innings; off Sullivan 6 In 6 1-3
linings Balk Cooney. Left on bases
Helan 3, Missoula 10. Time 1:45
ONE FROM BRAVES
Brooklyn, May 1 Charley Stengel
wa6 the hero of Brooklyn's victory
over Boston today. The final Bcore
was 4 to 2, and Stengel was responsi
ble for threo of the four runs. On
his first time up he hit for a home
run. lu the second inning with Miller
on the bases, and two out, he slammed
out another home run Hummel, who I
got three hits, scored the fourth run
on his double and Wheat's single
Stack pitched an erratic game but was
saved several times by sensational
Three hits in a row gave Boston its
first run and a pass and two singles
sent In the second, tiervais finished,
the pitching for Boston and disposed
yggV fcld CK AND ASK
L , H SEMSriE.Td
j A 8U(r ft9(U)M
of six batters thai l.i-ed him in the
as! two Innings
Score by innings:
Boston 000 010 1002
Brooklyn 120 010 00' -4
Left on bases Boston S, Brooklyn
5 Two base hits Connolly . Hummel.
Home runs Stengel 2. Sacrifice hn
Mann First base on error Brook
lyn 1. Stolen bases--Myers. Titus.
Wheat, J. Smith, Miller. Double play-.
Cutshaw and Daubert Bases on
ballB Off Stock '. Struck out By
Hess 2, by Stack 1 lilts -Off Hesi
8 in (1 innings, off Gervais 0 In 2 in
oings. Tinx' of game 1.40 Umpire
Klem and Onh
REDS WIN GAME
FROM THE CUBS
Boston. Ma) 1 Boston easily de
feated Washington today 8 to 1.
O'Brien kepi the visitors' hits well
separated Four pitchers wore ued
bj Washington Hughes lasting but
four innings, during which time Bos
ton scored four runs Engle captured
a liner from Ainsmlths bat la th'-
nd inning and doubled up Morgan
.. ho had reached first on n singlo.
Lptaln Wagner injured one of hl
.ingers in taking a throw at second
(Continued on Pago Fhe.)
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