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jnljl tne men.
I Ninety per cent of the teachers in
Switzerland arc men.
the OGDEN STANDARD, JOGDEN. UTAH, THURSDAY. MAY 8, 1913.
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I OGDEN STANDARD SPORTING PAGE
I EDDIE COLLINS
' ' ii Eddie Collins wat the Mrsi player
H to get five hits in a game this year
H The game was against the Red Sox.
j The former Columbia boy has ai
I ways been up near the ton in the bat-
ling averages, and this year he in
tends to beat cut Cobb and Jo Jack
'! son Tie had more stolen bases than
" Cobb last season, with tin toial of hi.
H . a hlle his bat'ing average aa 348.
"The LJrijon jjjjicjfic System"
L .EtjOlJJCMA rOWTJCAST
; rr..? i 's-.y"
Special round trip fares
from OGDEN lo
Kansas City 40.00
Proportionate r-iteo to oth:r polntc
June's,8?, ?3. 14,221, 23
July 2. 6. 10, 19. 23, 31
Aug 1, 9. 10. 11, 16, 22, 28.
I FINAL LIMIT OCTOBER 31
Diverse Routes Liberal Stopovers.
Six Daily Trains
for further Information, tickets and
reservations, call at, phone or address
CITY TICKET OFFICE
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C;ty Passenger and Ticket Agent
OGDEN FAILS TO
fireat Falls shut out Ogdon and se
cured five runs in the second game
of the series yesterday afternoon at
Glenwood park Hlldebrand wan
touched for on! six hits and they wore
well scattered Remington opened for
the Knights and while he was only
bit for four sate ones, it was not nec
essary to strike uccause tne Danur
stood n good chance to get to basea
on balls Remington passed six men
In three and one half innings. Sin
clair, who relieved Remington, held
the visitors to three hits, but passed
live men to first sack.
There was only one error and that
was chalked up to Laird, who was
substituting for Foster at short
Moorehcad occupied right garden
while Hayee went bark to his old
6'and In left, and Wes-sler worked on
the second cushion where he was re
corded with seven pu touts ar.J six
assists without a boot.
fireat Falls made three runs in the
(second inning After Tonor had been
'put out at first by a throw from
! Wcssler. Siner hit safely for one and
Remington gave Hester a free ticket
r.ibeon got a hit and scored Siner
from second and Hlldebrand Hcored
Hester on a clean single. Potts hit
to Wensler who threw to second re
tiring Hlldebrand Gibson scored on
a throw to second by Moore in an
attempt to tag Potts
Another score was recorded In the
third After Kelly had walked and
stolon second and got to third on an
error by Laird, Siner sent out a Ion
fly to Murray and Kelly scored on the
In the ninth. Galena walked; raye
singled. Kell fanned and Galena
came home on n wild pitch, scoriae
the fifth and last for Great Falls.
The only chance Ogden had to score
was in the fourth Wessler was
walked; Hayes fanned and Moore hit
for one sending Wcssler to third
Moore played way off from first and
the ball was thrown to second Wess
ler attempted to get over the plate,
but was tagged by Gibson
Sinclair did some clever work in
the fourth after replacing Remington
who was hit on the hand b a fast
one. With three men on bases, he
threw three balls to the batter and
then turned around and struck tne
batt r out.
Laird caught a hot liner from the
bat of Potts, whic h came to him like
la bullet. Hayes made a good. catch
In the seventh
Right Fielder Faye did some good
work in his garden. After cat htng
la fly from Moore that to all the fat;3
seemed Impossible, he followed up
with a srnsat'onal one-hand catch of
a foul sent nearly to the fence by Van
I For his work he rec eived the applaUBt
of the bleachers when he came In ai
close of the Inning.
AB.li.3H P0 A K
Potts, S8 4 0 0 1 1 0
Galena, cf 1 1 0 3 0 0
Fave. rf 3 0 1 ?. 0 0
Kcllv. If 4 1 1 0 1 0
Toner, ..h 4 0 0 2 - P
Sine- r, 2b 3 1 1 0 4 0
Hester, lb. 2 1 1 12 1 0
! Gibson, c 4 1 2 6 1 U
Hlldebrand, p 4 0 1 0 2 0
Totals 29 5 7 27 12 0
it r nil PO s r
Murray, of 3 0 1 3 0 a
Van. lb 4 0 1 9 t) n
Moorchead. rf. . . 4 0 1 0 0 0
! Jones, 3b . 4 0 1 3 3 0
Uiird, ss 4 0 0 3 o 1
Wessler. 2b 3 0 1 7 C 0
llajes. If 4 0 0 1 0 0
Moore, c 3 0 1 3 3 0
Remington, p l 0 0 0 i 0
Sinclair, p 2 U 0 U 2 0
Totals 32 0 6 27 r
ROORJS BY INNIN IS
Great Falls 031 000 0015
0?dcn 000 000 0000
SI MM ARY.
Two base hit Gibson. Stolen bases
Potts. Kelly Sacrifice fly Siner.
Hits Off Remington 4 in 3 2-3 in
nings; off Sinclair, 3 In 5 1-3 innings.
' off Hlldebrand, G In 9 innings Struck
j out Hlldebrand 6. Sinclair 3 Bases
on balli- Hlldebrand 2, Remington
Sinclair 5. Wild pitch Sinclair.
Runs batted in Gibson. Hildebrnnd,
Siner Left on baser Great Falls 9,
Ogden 6 Time 1:55. Umpire:
ONE TO HELENA
Helena, Mont., May 7 Missoula
lobt the second game of the series
here to Helena today by a score of ,
6 to 4, through poor pitching The
fielding on both sides was snappy
and excellent, with Qulgley featuring
with hln work at second. He accept
ed twelve chances without an error
The weather was perfect and the at
AB R H O A
Spencer. If 4 1 2 2 o Q
Kelly cf 4 0 2 2 0 0
Qulgley 2b ..A I I S B f'
Lnsal, lb 4 0 2 io o o
Clvnes. rf 4 0 2 1 0 0
Cronin. 3b 1 1 Q 1 0 0
Menges, ss 3 0 0 3 2 0
Thompson, c 3 1 2 5 1 0
Byrcl. p 0 0 n 0 1 0
Sullhan, p 2 1 1 0 1 0
Totals 29 6 12 27 14 0
AB R. H O A
Daaehbach, rf 2 2 2 l 2 0
Perrin, 2b 3 1 1 4 3 0
Tobln, cf 4 l 2 l 0 0
Basse v If 5 0 3 1 0 0
Carman, lb 5 0 1 8 2 U
Cangnon, 3b 2 o 0 2 2 0
Treckel. ss 4 0 1 1 & 1
Roberts, c 4 o 1 6 0 0
Maloney p 8 0 0 0 l 0
Brooks, p 1 0 0 n 2 0
Welcher, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 33 4 11 24 17 1
SCORE BY 1NNIN08
Helena 100 noi 22" 5
Missoula 100 002 0101
Two base hits Quickly. Lusi. Rob
ers. Sacrifice hits Cronin 2, Menges,
Perrine Sacrifice fly Tobln Double
plays Quigle to Menges to Lussl.
DaschbacMi to Carman. Hit by pitch
ed bull By Brooks 2 Wild pitches
Byrd 3. Stolen bases Lussi, Meu
ges 2. Daschtach. Carman. Bases on
balls Byrd 2, Sulllvpn 4 Mr.loney 2,
Brooks 1. Weicber 2 Struck out
Sullivan Maloney 2. Weicher l
Hits Off Byrd. I In 1 inning Sul
livan. 10 in 8. Maloney. 10 in 6 1-3;
Brooks. 2 in 1 Welcher none in 2-3
i inning6 Left on bases Helena 10,
Missoula 10 Time 2:05. Umpire
I La Rogue
FROM THE COPPERS
Salt Lake. May 7 Butte was able j
to make but three hits off Gaut to
day in Salt Lake v.ou, 8 to 3. Score
AB R.RH PO A. K
Demasgio. If . . . 4 110 0 0
Turgeon, lb S 0 118 0 0
Levy, ss 5 1 1 4 3 0j
Marshall, rf 4 0 2 3 1
Dnddv. :,b 4 0 0 1 2 0
Whaling, rf 4 0 0 0 0 1
McGreehan, 2b .3 0 1 0 3 0
Shannon, c 2 0 0 1 0 0
Kafora. c, 1 1 1 1 0 0
Anplegate. p 3 0 0 1 5 0
Griffin 1 0 0 0 0 0
"Seaton 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 3G 3 7 24 14 S
Batted for MrGeehan in ninth.
Batted tor Applegate in ninth
AB R BII PO A E.
Murphy, cf 3 2 l 5 0 0
Sp.-ncer. rf 4 2 2 3 0 0 1
Drassan. lb. 4 2 3 10 1 0
Huelsman. If 3 0 1 1 0 0
Davis, .'b 4 0 1 1 2 0
Pendleton, as 4 0 0 1 6 2
Sehlmpfr. 2b 3 1 0 f 3 2
McClaln, c 4 l o l 0 0
Gaul, p 4 0 1 0 1 0
Totals 33 8 9 27 12 4
SCORE BY INN1NQ
Butte 100 000 0113
Salt Lake ... 301 'JCJ lOx 8
Two base hits Marshall, Spencer,
Guilt Three base hit Dressan.
Huns batted in By Tu!;;hoti 1. Mar
shall 2. Drcsoan 1 Tuelsman 4, Davis
, I Cant lj Stolen ba;fP Dressan.
Schimpff. Sacrifice hit Turgeon
Sacrifice fly Huelsman Bases on
! balls Apple-gate Gaut 2. Struck out
I Applegate 2 Gaut 1 Left on bases
I Butte 9. Salt Lake 4 First base
on errors Butte 3. Salt Lake 2 Dou
! ble plavs McGcehan to Levy to Tur
jgeon; Marshal to Lc y Time 1 :58.
! Umpire Wright
SENATORS DEFEAT WHITE SOX
Chicago. May 7 Washington de
feated Chicago today " to 2 in ihc
opening game of the series This was
I the first game played by one of the
eastern teams on the local ground
this season R H. E.
Washington " 14
Chicago 2 6 1
Batteries Hughes and Alnsmlth,
Lauge and Schalk.
Cubs refeat Dodgers.
Brooklyn, May 7 Chicago stopped
' Brooklyn's winning Btreab today, tak
I ing another sensational battle. 4 to
8. Remarkable fielding feats on both
Hides kept down the runs, Culshaw
and Bridwell dividing the honors
Cutaha prevented two Chicago
! runs in the fifih inning by rushlnp
lover and taking Archer's hot ground
i er that went through Daubert and
totslng the runner out to Allen, who
Bridwell saved the game for Chi
cago In the lKhth when, with two
men on the paths, he made a brilliant
one-banded stop of Smith's smash,
which looked good for two bnses
Bresnahnn got a home run on i
drive which hit tb. concrete fence
and caromed awa from Wheat
Dahlen brought out nearly all of
his reserves in the seventh and ninth
using 16 players In all.
Chicago 4 8 2
Brooklyn 3 8 1
Batteries Tone and Brc&nahan;
Allen Stack and Miller, Brwln
Athletics Defeat Browns.
Philadelphia. May 7. Playing a
fine uphill game, Philadelphia de-.
feated St Louis ioda. 4 to 3 Pae
I kert scored the winning run in tho,
i tenth Inning on his sincL- Knabe s
sacrifice and Lobert's double
I St Louis took a three-run lead in
the second inning on four singles and j
I two errors After that three double j
I plays prevented them from scoring,
i while they failed to tally in the sixth,
Inning after filling the bases with;
none out BS Oakes was caught off I
third on ;.n attempted squeeze play.
R H E.
Philadelphia 4 10 3
St. Louis 3 8 3
ButterleH Seaton and Dooln: Grln
er and McLean
Chance Wins Firr,t at Detroit.
Detroit. May 7 Frank Chance be
gan bis (ir6t western trip as an Amer
ican league manager today with a
victory. New York defeated Detroit
6 to 0 Keating, the recruit, who
j won the only two other games New
' York has captured this season, allow
ed Detroit but two hit n several j
occasions Im support wobbled, but
Sharp fielding came to his assistance
1 when It was needed most
Mnllin was hit hard onh In the,
second and fifth. Detroit's orror
helping New York to several of thclr
tallies Zamloeh. who replaced the j
' voteran In the eighth, begnn his ma
I 1or leacuo rareer bv fanning Sween-
ey and held the visitors scoreless.
Cobb, who declared a seere head
ache affected his eyesight struck out I
twice and then retired from th game I
In the lust half or the third Mul
hn collided with Mittfclff a third
base, knocking the latter senseless,
but Midi Iff returned to his post after
being revived R. H. E.
New York -6 8 31
Detroit 0 2 5
Batteries Keating and Sweeney;
Zamloeh. Mulllin. Gibson and Stan
Naps Beat Red Sox.
Cleveland. May 7 Boston, the
first of the eastern clubs to play on,
the local grounds this season, wasj
defeated bj Cleveland today 4 10 1
( j r.ji:. nburg, the lanky right band
er, who "came back" from the minorl
league thin year, won his fifth con
Five of the Boston regular wer
out of the game by Injuries Bos
tons only score come In the fourth,
with doubles by Englc and Janvrln.
In the second, with men on second
I and third, Falkenbnr?; struck out
I three of the npxt four batters, pur
i posely pasting Cariigan
Cleveland s scorinc started in the
Becond when Grano) bll for two
ba es, Bcoring Jackson and Binning'
R H E
Cleveland ... 4 9 0
Boston 1 6 0
Batteries Falkenburg and Carlsch;
; Foster, Leonard and arrigan
Braves Defeat Pirates.
Boston. May 7 Boston won an
other extra Inning game from Pitts
bur? todav 2 to 1, the winning run
coming in the twelfth H
pitchers battle between O Toole and
Tyler, the latter having the better
; of the argument.
Pittsburg's single run was due to
an error by Sweeney. Wilson scor
j Ing when the former dropped Y hal
Ing's throw to t:et Butler, who had
started to steal. Boston tied tne
score in the fifth when Whaling was
i hit and got around on singles by Mar-
nnville and Myers .
Each team had several opportuni
ties to make another run. but strong
pitching and fielding always Pre
vented until the final inning
began It bv striking out Maranvuie
' tingled and went to third on Myers
drive to center Conelly P h,P !
1 one to left and Carey muffed the ball.j
Pittsburgh J I
Boston " ,
Batteries O'Toole and Kelly; iy
ler and Whaling.
Giants Beat Reds.
New York. May 7, New York
again defeated Cincinnati here todaj .
6 to 4 Benton was wild and wai
hit hard He was relieved by I ac k
!.rd s voung left-hander, who twirled
a wonderful game after the third. 1 tie
Giants did not get a hit off the young
I ster after that Inning.
Ames was wild and inetfectlve and
j was relieved with the bases full In
: the second Mathewson stopped the
I Reds in this Inning, but was hit fair
I ly hard, Cincinnati scoring three runs
on him on clean hitting.
Shafer played a great game for
New York at short accepting twelve
chances without an error.
R. H E
Cincinnati ...4 8 2
New York 6 7 2
Batteries Benton. Packard and
Clarke; Ames, Mathewson and Meyers.
Athletics Defeat Browns
St Louis, May 7 Philadelphia beat J
St Louis here today, winning a fasti
I game. 3 to 2 Brown and Mitchell I
i.itehed good ball, both having one
bad inning. In the first Inning Brown
walked three St Lou s batsmen, but
Lapp threw oul two runners who
, tried to steal, pulling him out of a
I bad hole.
j Philadelphia scored In the first ln
i nitig when Murphy walked and wen!
I to third on a wild pitch and scored
' on Oldring's single. Collins also
I walked and scored on Mclnnla' sin
gle R H. E i
Philadelphia ,. 3 fi oj
St. l-ouis 2 5 0,
Batteries Brown and Lapp; Mlt- i
ohell and Alexander.
Won. Lost. Pet
Great Falls & 3 .625
Helena 8 2 .600
Salt Lake 4 4 500
Ogden 8 4 429
Butte 3 4 429
Missoula 2 3 .400
Won Lost Pet.
Philadelphia 10 5 667 m
( hicago 14 8 680
Brooklvn '1 579 I
St. Louis 12 9 571
New York 10 S .556
Pittsburg Hi 11 .476
Boston 6 12 .333
Cincinnati 4 16 .200
Won L'st Pel
Philadelphia 14 3 S34
Washington 12 4 7o"
Cleveland 14 6 .700 , 1
Chicago 13 10 .565,5
St. Louis 9 13 409 ; g
Boston 7 12 36$ II
Detroit 6 15 .28b 1
New York 8 15 .167 i
i Arrangements for the m-.t battle
between Henry Irslingcr, European
middleweight champion, and Ernest ,
Kartry of Chicago, Frank Gotch's pro- i
lege, to be staged at the Orpheum
il'fater In Ogden May 16, have been
practically completed the pro- (
moters and tho advance sale of stag
Beats indicates a crowded house
lrellnger will come to Ogden today
i and start training, while Kartry is
expected to reach Salt Lake citv Sat
1 urday or Sunday. Irsllnger appears to
I be In the pink of condition already
and is confident of winning, although
he expects a stiff bout Kartry Is
recognized as a mat man of both
strength and sagacity, which he
proNod in Chicago recenth in win
! nlng a competitive championship over
I all comers.
R C. Blankcnship and W C. Krep- I
lin, promoters, annouuca that one of I
the preliminary features would be i
the first produc tion in this neck of j
j the woods of the Yokel-Miller bout!
i in movlnK pictures. Other fast pre-1
liminarieq will be Htaged. Ben Har- 1
ker has been c hosen as referee of the j
principal card and will undoubtedly !
act In that capacity, although his
acceptance has not been officially re
ceived. It is understood that the winner1
! will pre st ' hnmpion Mike Yokel hard
i for a championship match to take
place in the near future in this city.
COST $25 TO GET
BACK HIS NICKEL
"Speaking of foxy managers. ' re j
marked a player last week. here's:
j The Man Who Put the
k E E s In F E E T
W Loolc for This Trade-Marie Ple-
fJBfe ALLEN'S F00TEASE
!!552Ea The Antiseptic rord'r for Ten.
Tr.Mlu-MxrW. dcr Achinc Feel. Sold every,
where Sample 1-KF.F. Address,
i ALLEN S. OLMSTED. Lc Roy, N. Y.
(g)pTl3 -lis ri S-mp -grt-Tt j-MP.
one on Mike Cantillon Two of the I
players had been late in getting down
to tht bus one afternoon and 'he team
whs forced tO depart without them
They came oul on a street car later
"The next afternoon, on the way nut
to the park, one of the tardy ones
turned to Mike and remarked Mike
I bad to pay my car fare our to tho
park yesterday, and you owe mo 5
' Mike looked at him with a rather
cold ec and Inquired in a low but
rather ' chilled -steel voice' Do you
r.ullv want that nickel after being
I. te and brenkln the club rule about
getting to the bus-1'
"'Sure, I wani that nickel.' replied
Hie athlete l had to pay it out of
my own pocket and the club should
slaud for It
"'All right,' remarked Miguel, as
be dug up the nickel and handed it
to him Here's your 5 cents, and
with It goes a 2"j fine for being
WILLARD TRAINING i
FOR SMITH FIGHT
San Francisco. May 8 In prepara
tion lor the 20-mund scheduled for
May 17. Jess Wlllard has no les3 then
five men at his training quarters
sparring 'partners while Gunboat'
Smith has so far been obliged to con
tent himself with the services of on;:
Bob Armstrong. But even this, say
the fkht fans, does not explain what
moved the ex sailor to send to Jim
.1 ifwrles this telegram:
"Do you want to come north an 1
act an my sparring partner7 Answer
The winner of the Smif h-Willard
fight probably will be matched with
I Luther McCarty for July 4
ARE NOT HARMFUL
Washington, D C. May S. Mem
I bers of the Washington baseball team
ridicule the published statement of
Hr Dudley A Sargent of Harvard
university to the effect thnt witness
ing baseball games has a harmful,
often an Immoral influence on fans.
"Nonsense, idle nonsense,' ox
, laimeil M in; Mark Griffith "To
fact is. it'1 t,,e evidence proves the
contrary. B is far better for peopU
.,, l, i io a baseball game and sit oat
' of doors two or three hours than to
I engage tn questionable pursuits In
Capt. George McBrlde of the Na
tionals said be failed to see that Dr
Sargent had proved his contention,
and that baseball. 1 guess, will wnr
ry along in spite of the professor"
"The doctor is talking through nia
hat ' laughed "Germany'' Srhaefer.
b ( v. ill be that kind of an el
1 It d c.n the home fans when we reach
Boston for the next series with the
Raid Sox You never can tell."
TENNIS PLAYER HERE
New York, May 8. S N. Doust.
captain of the Australian tennis team
which Will compete here next month
I In the preliminaries for the Davip
cup. arrived in New York today on
the liner Majestic.
INDIANS CALL ON
M'ADOO FOR COIN
Washincton May 7 "Wampum,
wampum; we want wampum," was the
guttural demand made upon Secretary
McAdoo today by four stalwart In
dians In war paint and feathers The
unarmed secretary of the treasury
isentially a man of peace, was per
plexed and sought counsel to learn
how his predecessors had repulsed
Indian attacks upon the treasury in
Charles Miller, chief of the warrant
division, who has picked up bits of
the Indian tongues by drawing gov
ernment checks for various tribe?,
approached the red men They con
flded that they wanted their share
of the $800,000 which belongs to the
SloUX tribe of the Pine Ridge reser
vation in South Dakota The Indians
v ere armed with documents from
the interior department indicating
that part of the money was due thera
. nd they thought the place to make
collection was directly trom the cash '
drawer of the goernment.
Secretary McAdoo referred then
i back to Secretary Lane, who must
j make the disbursements
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OWN A HOME THAT WILL PRODUCE I
A an income. A small Ideal fruit, chicken and garden farm. H
Close in. New 5-room modem brick bungalow, extra well I
built. City water, sidewalks, 7 chicken houses, tools, etc.
jj Half block from car line. Will take
i a good lot, or a place in town in including two lots
' , you can build on to
j traae. rent, or z fine place
'1 for green houses, and
SV. H. VOORHIES, Owner SSSy "iT, wb,'S
sell with or without
445 13th St Phone 2445-W. lots.
j MINIMUM CHANGED
from One Dollar per month to
$12. per Year
I Beginning May 1st, 1913 our minimum charge will be $12.00
1 per annum instead of $1.00 per month as heretofore,
u This will enable many of our consumers to make a saving dur
I ing the winter months when it is necessary to use coal ranges
g in order to properly heat the kitchen.
f j 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 i
practice of locking meters.
NOW YOU CAN AFFORD GAS !
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