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I I OGDEN STANDARD SPORTING PAGE
I Tom Drohan's minor league record
aurely entitles him to a trial in the
big show. With Kewanee In the Cen
tral Association he won 24 and lost
but 6 games, while his brother, with
the same team, won 20 and lost 7.
Manager Clark Griffith of Washing
ton likes the liig husky pitchers that
can stand lots of work Drohan is
this kind and has a nice assortment
of curves and a change of pace to
mix with his speed.
Over 13u) serious boiler explosions
occur every year in the United Stales,
killing about 500 people, injuring be
tween 700 and 800 more, and destroy
ing property worth more than a mil
The appearance of our
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OGDEN HAD THE
Great Falls took the first game of
the scries from Ogden bj the score
of 14 to 9 after Ogden bad the game
rucked away In a pocket I ntil the
seventh inning the core stood 8 to
? in favor of the locals, but then the
Knights suffered a terrible relapse
and Great Falls batted In eight runs,
recording six hits i
Green occupied the mound for Og
den and pitched crreat ball until the
unfortunate seventh. The first man
to face him in that round was Toner
and he was walked. Siner, the next
man, got first on a boot by Foster
land then Hester hit ovit a clean single
filling the bases Then the balloon
went up while the fans n the bleach
ers end grandstand held on to their
seats by main force and watched the
Fowler replaced Green in the mid
dle of the inning but the Hesterltes
had acquired the habit of swatlng ev- I
erythlng that came near them and '
the slaughter went on.
Ogden played rings around Great
Falls until the relapse and the ques
tion arose.. How did Great Falls ever
beat Salt Lake ? But the fans reck
oned without the come back ability
of the Northerners and also their j
lability to hit
The only double play of the day
I was made by Ogden and it was a (
hummer. The Incident happened in i
; the fourth. Toner had gone to first;
on a hit Siner swuna hard at one j
and sent the ball to JOnes on third i
like a shot from a run It did not
come too quick for .Tones, however '
and h fielded it with speed, slammed I
it to Hayes retirinc Toner and Haves I
thiew it to first.
Some of the features of the game
were the fielding of Galena. Vans
catch of a high thrown ball from
Hayes the double play and the pitch
ing of Green until the seventh.
Gil FA'i PALLS
AB.ILBH PO A. E.
Potts, S8 6 1 1 0 1 0
Galena, cf 6 1 3 4 0 0
Faye. If 4 1 3 0 0 1 1
Kelly, rf. 6 0 1 2 0 0
Toner, r.b ?, 2 1 1 1 ol
Siner, Jb 6 2 2 2 2 0
Hester, lb 5 4 2 11 0 1
Gibson, c 5 2 2 7 2 1 i
Williams, p 3 0 1 0 1 ol
Duffy, p 2 0 0 0 1 0
Baughman . . .1 1 1 0 0 0
Totals 47 14 17 27 8 3
ABJ3 B'l PO A E. I
Murray, cf 4 T 2 3 0 l'
Van. lb 5 1 0 9 0 0
Moorehead, If 5 1 3 2 0 0
Jones, 3b 5 1 2 2 1 1
Foster, ss 5 1 2 1 4 2
YVessler rf 3 1 0 4 0 0
Hayes. 2b 4 1 2 1 4 1 1
' Perkins, c 5 0 2 5 1 0
j Green, p 3 U 0 0 0 0
Fowler, p 1 0 0 0 1 01
Moore 1 0 0 0 0 01
Totals .. 41 9 13 27 11 5
Batted for Williams in 7ih.
"Batted for Green in 7th
- HIE BY INNINGS
I Great Falls 000 102 803 14
I Ogden 412 001 001 9
Two bape hltsJ Moorehead, Siner.
Hayes. Three base hit Jones. Sto
len bases Galena, Kelly, Murray,
Jones, Haes Sacrifice hit6 Wessler
2 Sacrifice fly Hester. Double
piay Jones to Hayes to Von. Him
Off Green, 10 in 6 innings; off
Fowler, 7 In 3 Innings; off Williams,
10 in 6 Innings; off Duffy, 3 In i In
nings Struck out Williams 3, Duffy
4, Green 2, Fowler 2. Wild pitch
Williams Passed balls Perkins 2.
Gibson Runs batted in By Kelly 1,
Hester 3. Gibson 1, Moorehead 8,1
Foster 1, Jones 2, Baughman 2, Ga
lena 2 Left on bases Great Falls
13, Ogden 10 Tim of game 2:34.
MISSOULA DEFEATS HELENA.
Helena, Mont , May 7 Missoula
won from Helena today by a score of
3 to 2. The game opened in this cltv
the Union association season for 191J.
A large Inaucural crowd saw Gov
prnor Stewart toss the first ball to
Mayor Purcell of this city, after which
the game was on. The weather was
ideal, this being th warmest day of
Vhd spring season Superior pitching
str.-npf), .,-n for tbf H larhlan diTt.
j ad helena missoula came
AB.R. H O. A !
j Spencer, If -1 q
Kelly, cf 4 0 0 2 0 ;
Qulglty, 2b 4 0 2 2 3
L-usel. lb 3 0 0 15 0
Clynes, rf. 3 0 0 0 0
fronin, 3b. 3 0 1 0 4
Menges, ss 4 o 2 2
Crittenden, c 4 0 0 5 3
Hopkins, p 1 0 0 0 3'
Ames, p 2 0 0 0 3
Shay 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 32 2 6 27 18
AB R H O A.
Dashback. rf 3 0 1 1 0
Perrlne, 2b 4 0 1 4 2
Tobln cf 3 U 0 4 0
Bassev, If .4 2 1 2 u
Carman, lb 2 0 0 8 1
Changnon. 3b 4 1 2 1 4
Treckell. ss 3 1 1 2 1
Blankenshlp, c 4 1 2 4 0
Annls. p 3 0 0 1 2
Totals 30 5 8 27 10
Shav baited for Ames In ninth
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Helena 001 000 0012
Missoula 010 121 0005
1 Errors Crittenden, Hopkins 2. Car
I man, Annis Two base hits Spencer,
Menges. Dashback, Perrlne. Bassev,
Blankenshlp. Sacrifice hit Carman
s.i.rifli flii-s Shay t'urman Dou
I ble play Cronin to Qulgley to Lussl
j Wild pilch Annls Stolen bases
Qulgley, Treckell. Bases on balls
I Off Hopkins 3. off Annls 4 Struck
I cut By Hopkins 2, by Ames 2, by
I Annis 4 Hits Off Hopkins, 5 in
j 4 2-3 innings, off Ames, 3 in 4 1-?
innings. Left on bases Helena 7,
I Missoula 4 Time 1.45. Umpire
Yon Ix)8t. Pet.
Great Falls 4 3 .671
Ogden 3 3 .500
Butte 3 3 500
Missoula 2 2 .500
Helena 2 2 500
Salt Lake 3 4 .429
Won. Lost. Per
Philadelphia . . 9 5 64
Chicago 13 8 619
Brooklyn 11 7 611
St. Louis 12 8 600
New York 9 8 529
Pittsburgh 10 10 .500 1
Boston 5 12 294
Cincinnati 4 15 .211
Won Lost Pet.
Philadelphia .. . 13 3 .813
Washington 11 4 .733
Cleveland ... ... 13 f, 684 j
Chicago 13 9 591
St Louis 9 12 .429 1
Boston 7 11 .389
Detroit 6 14 .300
New York 2 15 118
Cardinals Beat Quakers.
Philadelphia. Ma ' Wlngo went
to bat in the seventh Inning of to
days Phlkidelphla-St Louis game as
a pinch hitter for Steele with the
bases filled and two out, and made
a two-bagger, which drove in two
runs, enabling St Louis to win 3 to
1 While Wlngo was at bat. Umpire'
Klem called an extra ball on Seaton,
Who had replaced Brennan in th:tf '
Inning with two men on bases ; ';
one out, for delaying h pitch, and
there was a lively argument after the
hit. was made St. Ixmis hit the hall
hard, but fast fielding and the catch
Ing of bas runners off the bags kept
their sror down
Philadelphia, May 6 (National )
R H E
St. Louis 3 11 0
Philadelphia 1 5 2
Batteries Steele, Harmon and Mc
Lean, Brennan, Seaton, Mayer and
Dodgers Defeat Cubs.
Brooklyn Ma) 6 Brooklyn took
the first game of the Chicago series
4 to 3 today. Dahlen outguessing
Evers in a battle of managerial wPs
over pinch hlttors In the seventh
with the score 3 to 2 In favor of Chi
cago. Wheat led off with a scratch
hit, moved up on Daubert'B out and
ecored the tying run on singles by
Smith and Fisher, the latter takinrj
Second on the throw In
Erwln was sent to bat for Miller
and was parsed intentionally Eveis
apparently expecting Ragan to come
next Instead Dahlen called on Hum
mel, who furnished the hit that scored
the winning run A fast double play
prevented further scoring.
Rueker held Chicago safe in the last
two innings A pasG, two hits aud a
wild pitch gave the visitors their throe
Hank O'Day made his 1913 debut
as an umpire and gave general sat
Brooklyn, May 6 (National)
R H E
Chicaeo 3 3 2
Drooklyn 4 8 0
Batteries Cheney and Archer; Ra
gan, Rucker and Miller, Erwln.
Braves Defeat Pirates.
Boston. May 6 With Wagner back
in the game. Pittsburg was defeated
today In a ten-lunlng contest, the
tcore being 3 to 2 The finish was
sensational. Sweeney led with a sin
gle in the tenth Inning. Titus sacri
ficed and Kirke, batting for Mann,
lifted a high one to left Carey came
tearing in for the fly and as ho'
caught It, bumped into the fence at
the end of the bleachers, the ball
failing over. Sweeney came horn"
with the winning run and Kirke was
credited with a double
Huston sained the lead in the third
inning, when singles by Devlin and
Brown, Perdue'a sacrifice and Ma
ranvi. es double netted two runs
Booe singled in the eighth and went
to second on Mann's fumble, scoring
the tying run on Bvrne's hit.
Boston. Maj 6. (National)
R H E
Pittsburg , 2 7 3
Boston 3 9 2
Batteries llcndrix and Kelh.Per
due and Brown
Giants Defeat Reds
New York. May r The New York 1
ended their loslnR streak today when
they boat Cimlnnati In n slugging
match, 8 to 6 linker's team, how
ever, played a great unhlll game, as
they were five runs behind In the fifth
Inning Both Suggs and Tesreau, who
started, were easy Demarce Bat 1 I
the game for New York In the sev
enth He went In with the bases full
and retired the side with only one
run scored on him
Snodgrass' muff of Tinker's fly was
responsible for the two runs scored
off Demaree in the eighth Shaf t
hit safely every time up, while M r
kle aud Heroe each hit safeh three
times Tesreau cleared the bases m
the fourth with a triple
Catcher Johnny Kllng joined the
Cincinnati team here todnv.
New York, May 6 (National)
R H. E
Cincinnati 6 12 1
New York . . . 8 14 3
Batteries Suggs, Brown anil
Clarke; Tesreau, Demaree and Meters.
Salt Lake, May 7. In a swatfest
during the last two innings of yes
terday's game Merkle'e Huskies drove
Hummel and Jensen from the mound
and won a game that up to that (r ime
looked a sure thing for the McClos
keyite.i. Morgan went In after two
men were down in the ninth, but. was
unrble to stem the tide This was
not his fnult, for ' Cv ' made the first
up knock a grounder to Davis The
latter muffed, however, allowing Dud
dy to score Two other runs were
garnered during Morgan s work, for
which Murphy's error was responsi
ble. The final count was Butte 11.
Salt Lake 8.
In the third session Marshall, as
centerfield for the visitors, ran way
back for Dressan's high fly He
grabbed the pellet, but, in doing 60,
fell, striking heavily against the back
fence The force of the shock 1
knocked him out. but he held the'
ball. He was soon able to continue
Merkle used up two pitchers in the
nine Innings, w hile ' Mac" used three.
The pitching was ragged and the
fielding went after the error record,
which Turglon accomplished with
three bad ones chalked against him
In the eighth Butte got to Hum
mel for five runs before the hook was
brought Into play and Jeneon stopped
the flood Denagglo was first up and
singled to center Turglon singled to
the Infield and Denagglo was put out,
Davis to Pendleton Levey singled
to left field, adancing Turgion to
third when Murphy fumbled end he
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I Went to second Marshall's fielder s)
choice scored Turglon and placed
Levey on third buddy's single to
lefi field scored Levey and advanced
Marshall to second. McGreehan, who
was up next, had been hitting poorh .
so Merkle sent In Kellogg to do the
stick act. He picked on the right
man for with two strikes called the
pineh batter hit the ball behind the
right field signboard, bringing In
AB R BH PO A E
Demnggio. If 6 0 ? 2 1 1
Turgion lb 4 2 1 13 0 3
Levy, ss 5 1 1 3 6 0
Marshall, cf 2 1 2 4 1 0
Duddy rib 4 2 2 l 6 l
Whaling, rf 5 1 0 0 0 0
McCeehnn, 2b 3 0 0 1 1 0
Seaton. 2b 1 1 0 0 I 0
Kafora. c 4 1 1 9 0 i
Giffln, p. 0 (i 0 0 1 i)
Robinson, p 3 1 1 0 2 1
Kellogg 1 1 1 0 Q 0
Totals 38 11 12 27 17 5
AB I! Oil PO A. E
Murphy, If 5 0 1 2 0 2
1 Spencer, cT 4 3 2 0 0 d
Dressan, lb 3 2 0 11 0 o
! Huelsman, rf. 3 2 1 0 0 (J
Davis. 2b 4 1 2 5 3 2
Pendleton, ss 3 0 I 1 3
Schimpff, 3b. 4 0 0 1 2 1
McClaln 3 0 1 7 3 0
Hummel, p 2 0 0 0 0 0
Jensen, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Morgan, p 0 0 0 0 o 0
"Erickson 1 o o 0 0 0
Totals 32 8 8 27 11 5
"Batted for McGeeh m In the eighth
'"Batted for Morgan in the ninth
S !( RE B IN KINGS.
Butte 000 001 05511
Salt Lake 400 010 030 H
Two base hit Davis. Three-base
I hit Turgion. Home runs Davis,
Kellogg Runs batted in By Demag
gio 2, Marshall 8, Duddy. Kellogg 3,1
Kaofre ?., Dressan, Huelsman, Davis j
Pendleton 2 Stolen bast Spencer I
'Sacrifice hit Dressan, Pendleton, j
Hummel Sacrifice fly Marshall, j
Dressan Base on balls Off Robin - :
I son 3, off Hummel 1, off Jensen 1. '
( off Morgan 2 Struck out By Robin- !
3on 2, by Hummel 7, by Jensen 1
Hits--Off Giffln. 3 in I Inning; ot'i !
Robinson, 5 in 8 Innings, off Hum
mel, 10 in 7 2-3 innings, off Jensen
2 In 1 Inning, off Morgan, 0 In l-lll
inning Runs Off Giffln 4. off Rob
Insbp 4, off Hummel G off Jensen 3.1
off Morgan 2 Left on bases Butto
8, Salt Lake 2 Wild pitch Robin
son 2, Jensen First base on error
Salt Lake 8, Butte 3. Double play I
McClaiu to Dressan. Pendleton to j
Dais to Dressan. Demagio to Ka
fora Hit by pitcher Turglon 2, by j
Hummel, Marshall by Jensen.
TWO FOR CHASE
Detroit, May 7. When the Nev
York American team reached Detroit
yesterday. Manager Frank Chance was
I asked if there was a possibility that
First Baseman Hal Chase might be
traded to the Detroit team
"I am willing to trade Chase to
Detroit providing I get a fair ex
change,' said Chance.
"What do you consider a fair x
change?" he was asked
"I can't tell I know of but two
men on the Detroit team Crawford
I and Cobb."
"Would vou trade Chase for Craw,
'Would you trade him for Cobb''"
"Well who would you trad him
There are two men on the Detroit
i team who would comprise a fair ex
From this conversation it would
seem that Manager Chance wa6 not
very willing to consider a deal for hli
'Every team In the league would
be willing to take Chase but none of
them Is willing to give me more than
three or four Bub-plavers in ex
change,'' continued the leader of the
GO TO SECONDS!
Geneva, Switzerland, May 7 Thr j
prizes wod at the Olympic games at
Stockholm by James Thorpe, the Car
lisle Indian athlete will be awarded
tp the -men who finished second In
the events The International com
mlttee of the Olympic gamos so de
cided today on motion of the American
The Thorpe case came up in a
private session of the committee,
which discussed It in all Its phases
Thorpe, who, after the games at Stock
holm confessed to professionalism,
was the winner of the much coveted
trophies, the Kilting ship offered by
the emperor of Russia to the winner
of the decathlon, and the bronr.e bust
of the king of Sweden, offered by the 1
kmg to the winner of the pentath
Ion, both all-round competitions T'i -trophies
now will go to H. Weislan-1
der of Sweden and F. R Bie of N IIs
The committee unanimously adopt
ed the British proposal to send con
pratulations to the Amateur Athletic
union for the sportsmanlike manner
In which the American organization
has handled the case All the dele
gates regret the Thorpe affair, but
I praise the Americans for their promp
titude for making amends
A coni'ereni-e of local trade unions in
the carriage building trades decided to
found a union lor all Australia.
Municipal ownership of street rail
ways In Glasgow, Scotland, nearly
doubled the wagi s of employes, anil
the city furnishes their uniforms In
Parts display of "Chalmers Car," Thursday, I
Friday and Saturday. Instructive and inter-
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Beginning May 1st, 1913 our minimum charge will be $12.00
per annum instead of $1.00 per month as heretofore.
This will enable many of our consumers to make a saving dur
ing the winter months when it is necessary to use coal ranges
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
bill of the yearly service will be made for the difference.
Because of the change in minimum we will discontinue the II
practice of locking meters.
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