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I FIRST BUTTE GAME WON 1 NINTH UNO Butte: Mont.. July 0 Ogden made it seven stfaifhl defeats ner Huti toda. when 'Dad' Oimlln s men came from behind after trailing run less for seven innings and drovp in seven runs In the eighth and ninth Innings winning hy 7 to 4 It was Kitty Knight who turned the trick He was completely out classed (or seven innings, in which jack Halla struck oul aeven Canuers and allowed only two to reach third bape. In the eighth he was hatted hard, and Lewis who is acting man ager during Holmes suspension, would not jerk Halla, who wrap hit for a douhlc and threo singles which, with a double stead and a wild throw, gave Ogden four runs and the same in the ninth Smith who was slated to be lt out, starred With three sensational stop, one of which prevented two runs. Butte earned its runs by tlmeiv clout ing, hut in the closing rounds the Coppers could not hit with men on bases Transportation has bcnn wired three players for Butte Bl'TTE. AR. R H. PO. A. K. 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B 1 211 o o Jons 8b 4 0 2 0 0 0 rnbh, cf 4 o o 2 n 0 Rlsberg. ss 4 1 2 - DowHng, 2b. ..... 4 l 1 1 0 0 Bine, if j ; ; s Raedel, fl 4 1 1 J 0 Knight p ...4 l 3 0A0 Totals 37 7 14 27 10 2 SCORE BY INNINGS Ogden 000 000 0347 Butte 000 2in ioo-4 SUMMARY i , it on bases Ogden 4. Butte 7. stolen base Bills. Sacrifice hits Lewis, Marshall 2 sacrifice fly M.k Murrlo TWO baRe hits Woolums IVMaggin Knight Three base hits Zimmerman, Risberg Double plas Smith to MaoMurdO Risberg to WOOlums 2, Murphy to Rnedel. Runs; batted in By McClelland I. by Smith, 1 oi) Zimmerman 1. b Woolums 1, b'v JoDSfl 2, by Dowllng 1. by Rnedel lbs Knight 1. Struck out By Hallo 7 by knight 1 Base on balls Off Knight 1 Hit bv pitched ball Zim merman b Knight. Time of game 1 hour find 4", minutes I mpire-- j lyonpanecker I The freshest line of Fishing Tackle in the city, all the latest goods at Lowe's. Advertise-ment. i WSELTER TOO STRONG FOR TOE MURRAY HITS I Salt Like .June 10 Erven Jensen' and bis Boise ball tossers arrived In ' town yesterday morning and In the afternoon went down to Murray and in their first appearance here took the canu- from the Smelternien hv B , re of . to 1 It was a ragged contest, owing to the slow condition! of the grounds. Stee Melter. in the box for the Irrigators, was relieved of an even dozen hits, but in the pinches he wasl as tight as a drum Murray had fourteen men left on bases, which! gives a good idea of how the big heaver worked when he wa-s in dan-J ger On the Other band the pitchers used by Murray were either pounded all over the lot or were wild Brown started, but was chased in the sec ond. Crespl lasted an inning and was no better. Shader came alone and did pretty well, but was taken out to allow Dawson to bat for him in the eighth Carman finished the same by working the last inning and! Boise got only one scratch hit off him. Jensen's team look6 good Of the old men in the lineup. Weaver is the same old reliable Buck. Jake Bauer is covering a pile of ground in right field. Artie Schimpff still hustles j around second, while Jimmy Moore head in left field is in better trim; now than for many years Speed Kelly in center is still suffering from lack of condition, but warm weather will fix him up. Of the new men, Thomas seems to be the class of the Infield He was released by Ducky Holmes and Jen sen grabbed him immediately. He in doing well at fir6t and hitting the ball hard Bostlck. at short although ; credited with four boots yesterday is mighty fast and a good hitter. Blaus ser at third, while he didn't have a chance to show much, seems to be there. BOISE. AB R H. PO. A E Moorehead, If 2 1 110 0 Kelly, cf 3 0 o i o 0 Bauer, rf 5 0 2 2 0 1 Thomas, lb 4 1 2 14 0 0 Blausser. 3b 4 1 0 1 3 0 Schimpff. 2b S 1 J 2 3 1 Weaver, c 3 0 0 2 0 0 "NEVER-RIP" OVERALLS Made in Ogden by Ogden People John Scowcroft & Sons' Co. PLEASED PATRONS are our best advertisement. We aim to please our patrons and give satisfaction TELL US YOUR TIRE TROUBLE When we get through with your tire you will be a bootter for us and our work. REASONABLE CHARGES. Auto-Tire & Rubber Works Phone 794. 2576 Wash. Ave. I Neal Institute, Ogden, Utah B LIQUOR HABIT CURED IN THREE DAYS WITHOUT HYPODERMIC INJECTIONS. 1 663 TWENTY-FIFTH STREET. TELEPHONE 100. -HOPE TO WIN POLO TROPHY, BUT DON'T EXPECT TO," LORD WIMBORNE'S COMMENT jrr" Duke of Penaranda (left) and Lord Wimborne. "We are hopeful of winning, but we do not anticipate a victory," say Lord Wimbornc, who has brought over the English team challenging for the international polo trophy. The blue-blooded Englishman brought with him the Duke of Penaranda, a Spaniard, who is playing In the practice games and acting as an adviser to the Britishers. He is considered the best player in Spain. Bostlck. ss 3 2 2 4 3 4 Melter. p 4 0 A 0 5 1 Totals 33 6 11 27 14 7 MURRAY. AB R II PO. A. E Gay. cf 5 0 1 2 1 0 Carman, rf and p 0 Q :'. 1 0 Menges, ss F. 1 3 2 3 0 Plynes. If. 5 0 1 1 0 Thornton, lb 5 0 1 7 0 Caveney, 88 F 0 2 2 3 2 Pendleton 2b. 4 0 3 2 0 Auer. c . 4 0 0 6 2 0 Brown, p 0 0 0 0 0 0 Crespl, p 1 0 0 0 0 0 Shader, p 2 0 0 0 2 0 Ruegg, rf " 0 0 0 0 0 Dawson 1 0 1 0 0 0 Totals 42 1 12 27 14 2 Dawson batted for Shader In eighth SCORE B INNINGS Boise 022 101 0006 Murray 001 000 000 l SUMMARY Tun base hits Moorehead, Bostlck, Melter 2 Three base hit Thomas. Runs batted In Bostkk. Schimpff I Thomas. Melter 2, Thornton Hits I Off Brown, 4 in 1 1-8 Innings, oft Crespl, 2 in 1 lnnlnR. off Shader, 4 in 5 2-3 Innings; olf Carman, 1 in 1 innlnp: Bases on balls Off Brown 1, off Crespl 3, off Shader 2 Struck out By Shader 2 Double plays I Bostlck to Thomas 2. Carman to Auer, Menges to Pendleton Ieft on hasesBoise 9, Murray 14 first base on errors Boise 1, Murray 3. Sacn fice hits Moorehead, Kelly. Sacri fice fly -Bostlck. Time of game 1 hour and 32 minutes. Umpire La Rocque. GARRETT LOSES HIS 01 CAME i SIXTH Helena. Mont. June 9. After hav ing held the Sea Gulls lo but three hits and Bcoreless until the sixth in ning, Manager Jess Garrett, on the mound for the Vigilantes, mussed upj two double plays in that reel and lost i his own game today 8 to 6 Up to that eventful frame Huels man was the only visitor to get past j first base, while on the other hand the locals had a lead of six runs I French opened the stanza with a clean single and went to third when Garrett knocked Davis' hot grounder out of the diamond with his meat hand Had he let It go by it would have been converted into a d6ublc pla Tonneman, the next hitter, made first on Qulgley'a error, and French scored Caldwell hit into a double and McClain singled scoring Tonne man Morgan landed safely on first when Garrett repeated his former per formance A single by Potts, a base on balls and auother sincle by Huels raan scored McClain, Morgan and Potts. Salt Lake scored its other runs in the eighth, when, with one down, Potts and Galena singled. Huelsman. next man up. was deliberately walk ed. but French, who followed, lined out a clean hit which scored Potts and Galena Huelsman scored when McNeil booted Davis' hot grounder. Morgan, who started for the visi tors, was hit freely, and In five In ! nings six runs were gleaned off bin . delivery. In the first inning McNeil walked and scored when Lussi knock ed the ball over the right field fence for one of the longest hits ever seen on the local grounds. In the third, Rader took first on Tonneman's error and scored on LubbI s double. Lussl crosed the pan nn jDoaTxl nJoul to center. Iu the i WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 19U. . fourth. CrlttendeD lifted the ball out of the lot with none on, and in the fifth Qulgley'8 single and Lussi's sac rifice fly gave the locnls another Schultz relieved Morgan in th" sixth and held the locals to three hits, two of which came m the ninth Fast n elding on the part of French and Rader and the home runs by Lussl and CrlttendeD were features of the game. SALT LAKE: AB R. H PO. A. E. Potts ss 6 2 2 0 4 01 Galena. If 4 1 1 3 0 1 Huelsman, rf 4 l 2 l 0 French, 2b 5 1 3 2 5 0 Davis, cf 5 0 2 1 1 0 Tonneman. lb 1 1 13 0 1 Caldwell, 3b 4 0 u ( .', 0 McClain, c 4 1 1 7 1 0 Morgan, p 3 1 d 0 0 0 Schultz, p 2 0 10 10 Totals 42 8 13 27 15 21 HELENA. I AB. R. H PO A E ! Rader, ss 5 1 0 4 3 0 Quigley, 2b 5 1 2 3 4 1 McNeil, 3b 4 1 0 0 3 3 Lussl, cf 3 2 2 6 0 0 Dean, rf. 4 0 2 3 1 0 Daschbach, If 4 0 0 1 0 o l Clark, lb .4 0 1 2 0 Crittenden, c 4 1 3 4 0 0 Garrett, p 3 0 1 1 1 1 Gleason 1 0 0 0 0 Totals 37 fi 11 27 14 5 Gleason batted for Garrett 'n ninth SCORE BY INNINGS. Salt Lake 000 005 0308 Helena 202 110 0006 SUMMARY ; Two bise hits Lussi, Garrett ; Home runs Lussi, Crittenden Sac I rifice fly Lussl. Double plays Quigley to ciark; Garett to Quigley to ( lark Wild pitch Schultz. Stolen bases Quigley, Dean. Bases on balls Off Morgan 1. off Garrett 4 Struck out By Morgan 3, by Schultz 4, by Garrett 4. Hits Off Morgan 8 in 5 innings, off Schultz, 3 In 4 in nings. Left on bases Salt Lake 11, Helena 6. Time of game 2 hours and 5 minutes Umpire Knell STANDING OF CLUBS Union Association. Won Lost. Pet Boise 21 U .568 Salt Lake 21 16 .568 Murray 19 16 543 Opden' 20 17 .541 Butte 17 20 .459 Helena 11 21 .314 National League. Won Lost. Pet. New York 25 lr, .625 Cincinnati 28 10 .596 Pittsburg 23 19 .548 Chicago 24 24 .500 Brooklyn 20 21 188 St Louis 22 26 .458 Philadelphia 21 26 457 Boston 14 28 .333 American League. Won Lost. Pet Philadelphia 27 17 .614 Washington 27 lri 587 Detroit 28 21 571 SL Louis 25 21 .543 Boston 22 22 .500 Chicago .22 25 .46S New York 17 27 .386 Cleveland 16 32 .333 Federal League. Won Lost. Pet Baltimore 24 16 .600 Chicago 26 2u 565 Buffalo 21 19 .525 Pittsburg .20 22 .476 Brooklyn 18 20 .474 St Louis 22 25 .468 Indianapolis 19 23 .452 Kansas City 19 24 .442 American Association. Won. Lost. Pet Milwaukee 27 19 .587 Indianapolis 28 24 .538 Louisville ... . 1 ,' . . . 27 24 .529 Kansas City 26 27 491 Columbus 26 26 490 Cleveland. 26 26 ,490 Minneapolis 22 25 468 SL Paul 20 29 .408 YESTERDAY'S GAMES FEDERAL LEAGUE Indianapolis, .lunc 9 Mullin weak ened In the eighth Inning today and! Baltimore scored four run3 and tied the game. Barter went In for In-j dlanapolis in the ninth and was found. for one run, the visitors winning! 7 to 6. St LOuif, lune 9 Singles by Tnhln and Boucher and a three-base blow hy Ward Miller In the seventh inning, gave St Louis two runs which en-l nbiori the boms club to win from Pittsburg 6 to 5 today. NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE At Seattle Spokane 2. Seattle 4. At Victoria Portland 0; Victoria 6.1 At Vancouver Tacoma 2, Vancou ver 0. COAST LEAGUE. San Francisco, June 9. The Score: R H E. Los Angeles ' 1 San Francisco ft 6 3 Batteries - Fjhmke and Boles, i Bauin and Clarke. Portland. June 9. Thr Bcdre: R. H E I Oakland 1 3 0 Portland 4 9 1 Batteries Prough and Mltze; Krauss and Fisher. Venice, .lune 9. Venice Sacramento j game postponed AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago, June 9 Chicago made a clean sweep of the series with New J York loday by defeating the visitors in the final uame 7 to 4. CiCOtts was ; hit hard and was replaced by Seott : who weakened in the ninth inning j when the visitors started their be I lated rally. NEW RECORD IN ASSOCIATION GAME: Minneapolis, Minn . June 9 Minne-; apolis and Louisville established a new American association record to-1 day when they played a twenty in ning Kanic that was won h Minns apolis 3 to 2. The previous record was set bv Milwaukee and Columbus. July 16, 1913. when Milwaukee won I in nineteen innlncs Joe Lake pitched the entire pime I for Minneapolis holding his oppo nents to fifteen hits and striking out eight Loudermilk worked twelve In nings for the visitors and retired In favor of Toney. Loudermilk struck out fifteen men. Sensational fieldinc and six doubles helped the pitchers at critical moments. Minneapolis scored a run in the first and another in the second From then until the twentieth the locals did not cros the plate. It required three hours and I 31 minutes to play the game. RITCHIE SIGNS FOR 20-ROUND BOUT New York. June 9 Willie Ritchie, the world's champion lightweight pugilist signed articles of agreement here tonight for a 20-round bout with Freddie v elsh, the English champion for the world's lightweight champion ship, in London on Jul 4. next. Guarantee and forfeit money was deposited by the representatives of both boxers. Eugene Corn of Lon don, has been selected as referee Welsh sailed for England last Sat unlay and Ritchie will leave tomor row. I BECKERS p!pp!l Utah barley that makes I v. iL ' 1 Wm Becker's Best "better by test than all the rest" rjg The man who planU the W&K ; KSsH barley is one of Nature's W ffjajdHH noblemen. 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