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, THE OGDEN STANDARD. OQDEN, UTAH. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1913.
I BOS SO CUTE, TOO l ' ' I JACKSON IS I IN THE LEAD Cleveland Plan's Rec ord Shows .387; Cobb Second with .387 Zimmerman Leads Na tionals Johnson and Demaree Head the Pitchers j Chicago, Sept. 6. Joe Jackson is m out in front for American league bat Pi ting honors by four points, according K to the weeks unofficial statistics, Rj publ'ibticd today. He leads Cobb by id four points. The Cleveland man's ree fa ord shows .387 for 125 games agaln6t H .383 for Cobb In 96 gamea Speaker, H Boston, has .362; Henrlksen, Boston H -361; Lajoie, Cleveland. 358; Gandll, I? Washington. .339; E. Collins. Phila j dHphla, .335; Baker. Philadelphia. E 333; Melnnis. Philadelphia. .325; 9 Crawford. Detroit, .315; D. Murphv. i Philadelphia. .314. H Zimmerman's advance toward th H top in the National league Is a fea H ture of the race for honors in that 1 league The 1912 champion la now hitting .315. but Is eleventh in rank I Daubert. the real leader, is within 1 three points of first place, held by Yingllng. the Brooklyn pitcher, with fcj an average of .372, for 29 games Daubert's average is .369 for 119 games. Other National league leaders are: McDonald, Boston. .362; Hyatt, Pittsburg. .349. Cravath. Philadelphia. .346; R Miller. Philadelphia. .333; if) Hess. Boston. .323. Walsh. Philadel phia. 320; Vlox. Pittsburg, .320; Ma gee. Philadelphia. .319. id John&on leads the American league jj pitchers in games won and lost and - Demaree and Humphries in the Na t tional First five pitchers in the American are J Won. Lost. PC. Johnson. Washington . .'29 7 B06 Bender. Philadelphia .. 2n 7 .741 Houck. Philadelphia . 11 4 738 i Wood. Boston 12 5 .700 Falkenberg, Cleveland 19 9 704 IN THE NATIONAL Won. Lost. P C Demaree, New York . 13 3 .813 Humjfhrles, Chicago .13 3 BIS Alexander, Phlladelp'a.18 7 720 Cooper. PWtsburg 5 2 .714 Mathewson. New York. 22 9 .710 BB Herb Moran, the fleet little right - gMB fielder of the Brooklyns, who baa HB more than made good during his first year as a regular with the Suporbas COPPERS SHUT OUT THE KITTENS Butte. Sopt 5 It was George Dud dy who saved today's game for Butte against Ogden. when In the sixth in I ning with Butte but one to the good n man on third and second and two I dcvn. he robbed Blausser of us good a hit as was ever made, in the most sensational catch of the season in deep short near center in reality. It saved two runs and the score eventu ally resulted 1 to 0 in Butte's favor To Kallio goes the applause of the day as to pitching. In the last three games he has pitched twenty-threo scoreless Innings. Score: OGDEN AB R H. O. A Wessler. 2b 3 0 it 0 5 Woolums, lb 3 0 0 13 1 Cobb, cf 2 0 0 2 0 Gimlin. rf 3 0 0 2 0 Rlsberg. ss 4 " 2 1 4 Blausser. 3b. 4 1 0 4 Moon-head, if 4 0 0 3 0 Knight, p 4 0 1 2 0 Pourroy. c 3 0 0 1 0 Total3 30 0 4 24 14 BUTTE AB R H O. A Demaggio. If 4 1 1 0 0 Turgeon. lb 4 0 1 11 1 Duddv. sa 4 0 1 4 4 Kafora. c. 4 0 2 4 0 rivnes, rf 4 0 0 1 0 Whaling. 2b 3 0 0 4 6 Marshall, cf 3 0 0 1 C Orlet. 3b. 3 0 1 1 3 Kallio. p. .'. 2 0 0 1 2 Totals 31 1 6 27 16 SCORE BY INNINGS. Ogden ooo 000 000 0 Butte 001 000 OOx 1 SUMMARY. Errors -RiBberg, Blausser, Turgeon Sacrifice hit Kallio Stolen bases Marshall. Turgeon. Double plays Orlet to Whaling to Turgeon; Whal inc to Ludd to Turgeon. Struck out By Kallio 4. by Knight 1 Bases on balls Off Kallio 4 Wild pitch Kallio. Hit by pitcher--Woolums Left on bases Ogden 6. Butte 7 Time of game L:tO. Umpire La Rocque. ELECTRICS BEAT THE SKYSCRAPERS Salt Lake. Sept. 5 Through errors and McGlynn's wabbly pitching, the Skyscrapers lost today's game to Great Falls, an Important battle in the championship contest. Despite a home run. I triple and a two-bagger besides other hits made by the Salt Lake swatters, the game went the other way Friekson started the game but was taken off the mound YOUNGSTERS MAKING GOOD WITH BROOKLYN ' " Moran has an excellent eye for pick ing out the good ones, and Is there fore well adapted for the position he occupies at the Jicad of the Brookln batting order. HENRI ST. YVES, WHO HAS BEEN CHAMPION IN THREE SPORT BRANCHES Henri Ct Yves, Is a versatile little I Frenchman. No bigger than the prov erbial half portion, the dapper, di minutive F'arlslan has undertaken no CH than three distinctly different lines of sporting endeavor, and In each has proved most proficient. Little as he Is, St. Yves possesses a heart as big as a giant, and he Is fearless. Few others would attempt to make good as a racing motor cyclist, a Marathon runner and an intrepid alator, all within a few years. St. Yves Is now back with his first love motor cycling. St Yve6 was first motorcycle champion of France, when the sport first gained hold there about six years ago He was Invincible, and relinquished his crown onlj when ho Marathon craze, gripped the United States after Johnny Hayes' after the first inning, in which he allowed three runs. McGlynn ought to have won, but there seemed to oe lots of trouble for the locals. Captain Huelsman made the longest drive of the season at Lucas field when be knocked a home run over the left field fence to the third house from the diamond. The score: GREAT FALLS. AB R BH PO A. E Potts, ss 4 0 2 0 5 1 Hester, lb 2 1 o 12 0 0 Wentz. 3b 4 2 2 2 2 0 Kelly, rf 4 1 2 3 0 0 Ff.ye. If 4 0 1 4 0 0 Galena, cf 3 0 0 3 0 0 Weaver, c 4 1 1 2 0 0 Slner. 2b 4 0 0 1 4 1 Williams, p 4 1 2 0 2 0 Totals 33 6 10 27 13 2 SALT LAKH AB.R.BH PO.A. E. Spencer, cf 3 1 o 2 1 0 Murphy, rf 4 1 1 0 0 1 Huelsman. If 4 1 1 1 1 0 Davis, 3b 4 1 n 1 2 2 Bauer, lb 4 u 1 11 0 U Schlmpff. 2b 4 0 0 4 3 0 Pendleton. B6 3 0 1 g 4 o Erickson. p 0 0 0 0 0 0 McGlynn. p 3 0 l 0 3 1 Stripp, c ...3 0 1 6 5 0 Dressen 1 0 0 0 0 0 Johnson 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals ... 34 4 f 27 19 4 Dressen batted for Pendleton In the 9th Johnson batted for McGlynn in 9th. SCORE BY INNINGS Great Falls 100 001 1016 Salt Lake . 202 ooO 000 4 SUMMARY Two-base hit Bauer Three-base hits Fae. McGlynn Home run Huelsman. First base on ball6 Off Williams I, off Erickson 1. oil M Glynn 2. Struck out By Williams 2, by McGlynn 3 Stolen ba3e Wentz. Runs batted In By Kelly, Faye 2 Huelsman 1'. Bauer 2 Hits Off Er ickson 2 in 1-3 inning; off McGlynn S in 8 2-3 innings. Left on bases--Great Falls 4, Salt 4. First base on errors Great Falls 2, Salt Lake 2. Double plays Wentz to Hester; Stripp to Schimpff to DavlB, BpenCBT to Stripp. Time 2:05, Umpire Frary HIGHLANDERS DROP CLOSE ONE Missoula, Sept. 5 Missoula lost to day's game with Helena, 11 to 7, main ly through errors. The game was a seesaw affair until the seventh In ning, v. hen Helena obtained a lead and held it to the finish. Score. HELENA AB. R. H. O A. Spencer. If 4 1 2 2 Q Cronin. 3b 5 1 1 1 2 Mcnges. 6S. 4 2 2 3 3 Qulgley, 2b 4 1 0 0 5 Lussl, lb 4 3 2 10 0 Gibson, rf 4 0 1 2 0 I Murray, cf 6 1 2 3 0 Crittenden, c 4 0 1 6 1 Fowler, p. .0 0 0 0 0( victory at the 19ilS Olympiad Cnheralded St Yves sneaked Into New York a week before the $10,000 Marathon at the Polo GroundB, In which the world's champion distance runners were entered. Least consid ered In the betting. St. Yvea, with his choppy pit-pat strides, which soon became famous the world o'er, won the classic, and he repeated a few weeks later in a similar contest. He was proclaimed the greatest distance runner of all time. After his success on the cinder path St. Yves turned all his attention to siviatlon. which was a profitable di version two years ago. He had many thrilling experiences in the air, but he survived them Searching for more excitement. Henri St. Yves has now returned to the motorcycle game Sullivan, p 4 2 10 1 Totals 38 11 12 27 12 MISSOULA. AB. R H. O. A Cordtz, cf 4 2 1 7 0 Changnon, 3b. ... ... 4 3 I 3 0 Perrine. 2b 5 1 2 4 6 Carman, rf 3 0 1 0 1 Daschbach. ss 4 1 2 2 3 Auer, c 4 0 2 4 0 Wclsher, If 4 0 0 2 0 Campbell, lb 5 0 0 6 2 Maloney, p 6 0 o n 3 Totals 38 7 11 27 14 SCORE BY INNINGS. Helena 131 020 22011 Missoula 221 001 000 7 SUMMARY Errors Cronin. Crittenden, Sulli van. Cordtz. Perrino. Daschbach 2. Au rr. Maloney, Welshcr, Campbell Two base hits Spencer. Sullivan. Auer, Gibson. Three-base hits Murray, Changnon Sacrifice hits Gibson. Spencer Sacrifice flics Menges, Au er. Crittenden. Hit by pitcher Car man. by Fowler; Carman, by Sullivan; Stolen bases Perrine, Mengee. Car man, Daschbach. Bases on balls Off Maloney 3, off Sullivan 4. Struck out By Maloney 4. by Sullivan 5 Hits Off Fowler. 3 In 1-3 innlug; off Sullivan. 8 In 8 2-3 Innings. Left on baMB Helena 6. Missoula 9 Time 1:30. Umpire Elsey. I ' BASEBALL Naps Defeat Tigers. Cleveland. Sept. 5 -By a nlnth-in ning rally. Cleveland defeated Detroit 7 to 6 today. Jack6on opened the ninth with a pass, but Lajoie hit into B double play. Johnston tripled and scored on a pasEed ball Tutwelier's error saved Turner Graney walked. O'Neill and Blandlng followed with singles and the tleing and winning runs were scored. Cobb ouibatted his rival, Joe Jackson, getting a home run and an infield single while Jack son went hitlcss. R. H E Detroit 6 8 0 Cleveland 7 13 3 BatterleB Willet. Dauss and Mc Kee; James. Blandlng and O'Nell Quakers Shut Out Brave. Boston. Sopt. 5 Only one run was scored in 19 innings of baseball between the Philadelphia and Boston teams today, the visitors winning the first game of a double header 1 to 0, while the second contest was a score less tic when called on account of darkness at the end of the tenth in ning. The games developed two pitchers' battles, the first was between Quinn who Joined the local National league club a few days ago, and Seaton for Philadelphia Had it not been for an error by Maranvllle. Quinn would have shut out Philadelphia in this contest. In the fourth Inning, Pas kert drew a base on balls. Magee sin gled and the bases were filled when Maranvllle made a wild throw to first on Cravath'a grounder Quinn struck out Luderus and the Boston InfieWers noved back to try for a double play. Doolan hit a slow roller to Sweeney who tossed the runner out at first, but Paskert scored on the play. The locals did not got beyond sec ond base in the first contest Alexander was opposed by Rudolph in the second game In an even duel. The visitors (tot more men on bases, hut false fielding by the Bostons and Rudolph's control In the pinches shut off runs Boston lost a chance to score and to win in the tenth when Smith and Myers singled with but one out. Rudolph then lined out to Pas kert. but Smith was doubled up at second. Philadelphia 1 3 1 Boston 0 4 1 Batteries Seaton and Kllllfer; Quinn and Whaling. Rarlden. Boston 6, Phillies 3 Philadelphia. Sept. 5. Boston's rlC tory over Philadelphia here today by 6 to 3 was the third straight for the former In the series The visitors overcame the lead which Philadelphia secured In the fifth inning through hitting Ray Collins' delivery hard in the seventh Inning, when three runs were produced on singles by Yerkes and Carrlgan. Wagner's double. Rehgs j sacrifice fly and an error by Plank. This rally won the contest, although RoBtoh scored another run In tfU ninth on Wagner's double. Carrlgan's sacrifice and Hall's safe bunt R. H E. Boston 6 12 1 ; Philadelphia 3 9 3 Batteries Collins, Hall and Car digan, Plank and Schang. Red Sox Shut Out Browns. j St. Louis, Sept. 5 The veteran Cl cotte shut out St. Louis this after noon while Chicago bunched two hits In the second Inning for the only run of the game. Wiley Taylor, who re ceived a trial with Chicago this spring went to the mound for St. Louis and pitched a steady game He was taken out to permit a pinch hitter to bat for him. Chappell's double, followed by a single off Schalk's bat, was Chicago s scoring combination. St Louis had men on second baso on four errors, but the visiting twirler tightened at critical times. R. H. E Chicago 1 0 1 St. Louis 0 4 1 Batteries Clcotto and Schalk; Taylor. WeLlman and McAllester Reds Defeat Cubs. Chicago. Sept 6. Cincinnati played a batting game today hitting the lo cal pitchers opportunely and winning the first game of the farewell scries, 9 to 4 The visitors were helped by the loose playing of Manager Evers men, who were charged with four r rors all of which figured in the scor ing In the batting attack of the vis itors. Vlckland, Groh and Clark were the stars, while Phelan. who bai ted for Manager Evers In a pinc;i carried off the honors to Chicago when his homer scored Brcsnahau and Cheney ahead of him. New York 5, Brooklyn 0. New York. Sept. 6. Brilliant pitch ing by Demaree, coupled with a re turn by the locals to their mid-sea son batting, led to an easy victory for New York in the third game of the series at Brooklyn today. The score was 5 to 0. Rucker could not restrain the champions with men ou the bases New York scored two runs In the second on Herzog'6 single and steal, singles by Murray and Meyers, an i Merkle's Infield out. A pass to Mur ray. Meyers single and Merkle's sac rifice fly netted New York another run In the fourth In the fifth two more champions scored on a double by Snodgrass. Doyle's single and steal and Herzog's double The game was played through a drizzle and it was so dark In the last two Innings that the outfielders hardly could be seen from the stands. Umpire Brcnnan called the game after the Brooklyns had their eighth inning and got into a long argument with Manager Dah len, who protested strenuously at the game being called. Brcnuan's .isser tlon that he had called the game it Captain Daubert's siu j - i 'n failed to mollify the irate manager, who de clared Daubert had no authority to suggest such action. Brooklyn 0 4 0 New York 6 8 1 Batteries Rucker and FlBher. Demaree and Meyers Senators Defeat Yankees. Washington. Sept .". Washington took two of the hardest fought games of. the season on th. local grounds from New York today by scores of 8 to 2 and 1 to or respectively it took both of Washington's premier pitchers Boehling and Johnson, to bring both ends of the double headei to the locals, Johnson having the day for his team mates when he went In In the ninth Inning of the first game after Boehling had weakened, The bases were loaded at the time and two runs had crossed the plate with none out. Johnson retired the side without further Bcorlng. Sehulz, who opposed Boehling, was baited rather freely. Boehling was presented with a gold watch and chain by some of his local admirers when ho came to bat the first time The second contest was a battle between Johnson and Ford, with the odds slightly In favor of Johnpon Up until the ninth only one man of either team had reached third base and the hits were even with three apiece. Washington won out in the ninth on Moeller's hit. his steal of second, ?n error and a sacrifice fly. New York 2 5 1 Washington .3 9 2 Bntterles Schul7: and Gossetf; Boehling, Johnson and Henry, Am smith. Pirates Cardinals 3. Pittsburg, Sopt. 5. Pittsburg took both games from St Louis this after noon, the first by the score of 8 to and the second, which was called In the seventh Inning on account 01 darkness by the score of 11 to 3. Pittsburg hit Harmon hard In the first game, while Cooper pitched nice ball Perrlif was wild In the second game, walking seven men in aa many In nings, hitting another, committing a balk and allowing 11 hits. Manager Muggins, protesting against Umpire Rigler's decision on Perritt's balk, was ordered off the field in the second game. St. Louis' errors helped Pittsburg to roll up the score and the locals raa wild on the bases against the throw ing of Roberts, a recruit catcher. O'Toole pitched well, striking out sev en men In the seven innings. St. Louis 3 9 Q Pittsburg 8 12 1 Batteries Harmon and Hilde brand. Cooper and Simon Cincinnati 9, Chicago 4 Cincinnati, Sept. 5 (National i R. H E Cincinnati 9 12 0 Chicago 4 8 4 Batteries Packard and Clarke; Cheney, Lavender. Stack and 3res-nahan 00 MOTHER SEARCHES FOR CHILD Boston, Sept. 6. A mother's search for nearly a year for her missing husband and child has been brought tq a successful close through the medium of motion pictures, according to a letter received from Toklo. Japan by the police here. John EIIIf. a stockbrower, who car ried off his four-year-old daughter Olga, despite a court order that she be delivered to her mother, has been located In the Japanese capital by a person who recognized his likeness in the "movies" at Toklo The search for her daughter, Mrs. Ellis enlisted the aid of practically every motion film company in the United j States and pictures of the husband and child were exhibited all over the world. 00 Bees took possession of an Indiana hotel and stung the guests. Usurp ing privileges of the management? Milwaukee Sentinel. MAISEL A RISING STAR I Fted MaJsel, the sterling young third sacker. purchased by Manager Frank Chance from the Baltimore Orioles for the New York Yankees Since Joining the American league tallendera, Malsel has proved con cluslvel that he will one day rank with Cobb. Collins and Speaker as a speed marvel. He is a streak on the GAMES ARE TO I BE PLAYED IN SALT LAKE 15 In the final series of six games be- 1 i tween Ogden and Salt Lake, three I games will be played In Ogden and lyi three In Salt Lake Fear of financial I loss at the close of the season Is ?lven 1 $ as the reason for transferring two of Im the games r Salt Lake. According to the schedule, one game was to have been played on the Skyscraper field " 1 frt and five on Ogden's home lot. The Ogden and Salt Lake clubs will play a post-season or post-mortem . J came on September IS for the bone fit of the Salt Lake Press club. The cnni" will he played in Salt Lake for the championship of Utah. To fstabllsh cood feeling, the Press club will enterain a number of Ogden people Including the city commlision srs, directors of the ball club and newspaper men at a smoker In the club quarters next Saturday evening. rin II RITCHIE TO MEET ALL LIGHTWEIGHTS Seattle, Wash. Sept 6 "I am side- ji stepping nobody,' declares Willis L Kir. hie, lightweight champion, in a iy l. per to n loal newspaper published '' toda) I want ihe public to under- stand that I am a fighter, not a seeker after theatrical dates." , Ritchie will meet Freddie Walsh, t British champion, in a 2i round fight - .it Vancouver. B C. September 20. al Outlining hi6 plans after that bout grf he says: km "I am now negotiating for a battle J M with Par-key MeFarland right after t th w. l?h affair. Next comes Leach CM Cross Next "Harlem " Tommy Mur- idlK phy I am as anxious to meet him as ktl I am to meet the others." Jtt Ritrhle says he will meet McFar tied land at 185 pounds ringside, "a weight tie he says he can make." ril "Before I finish." the letter con- 1 U ludes "1 am going to clean out the A whole lightweight division or. lose m IV title In the attempt " St!i w 1 An Ohio man shot his son because 1 Tst the boy took a piece of pie that be- Ptii longed to the f;tiher Rather drastic sw. Still good pie is mich'N srarce 1 oal Boston Globe 'Mi th bases, covers a vast amount of ter ritory and his speclaltv is gettne over Into the grandstand for lm halls Malsel is no slouch with tiw willow cither, and Manager Frtus Chance Is giving the youngsier whatever aid he can In helping w develop rapidly in that particular v part menu