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I 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH. THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 191 4.
Iehrohs by risberg
give the game
10 MINir
BaH Lakf Jlffle IS Ogden ami
Murray had a high old time at Lu
cas field yesterday First one and
j then the Other won the gamo, and it
was not until the last of tho ninth
when Gay Bingled through the in
I field, scorinc Aupt. that n was finally
derided The score was in to 0.
Kitty Knight was batted out in
thf fourth, and an inninu l inr-' that
;Rex Dawson went on (he rocks when
iV lost control of the ball
The game started out .is if it might
bp a pretty respectable affair so far
as an exhibition of i he national diver
sion was concerned, but it had its
ups and downs. Murray got away
good and appeared to have more life
i than any time for a week, but Daw
son aeroplaned in thp third and Ogden
went out In front by four lengths
It was a merry little swatfest
throughout with Dell Crespi. who re-,lievr-d
Dawson in Hip fourth, the hit
,flng hero, as he was in the game last
Sunday" Crespl first saved and thn
helped win a game that appeared to
Ibe gone when he took his position In
the box.
Murray opened the scoring in the
first. A walk, a hit, a sacrifice, an-
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ond innings set don the Canners
one, 'wo. three.
Hut Rex Kot his in the third.
walk, an infield out, a single, two er
rorm in ;i row by Caveney, who for
the time was playinR third a double,
single u.tlk. and another sinRle ac
counted for the six tapB of the bell
Ogden kept right after R'"x in the
ninth. Two walks and a sacrifice
brought the end of the Dawson re
cime and Crespi went to work. A sin
pip sent over one run and then th
larl settled down and for two Innings
had easy sailing
But in that time Murray regained
life Three singles and a double In
a row in the fourth ended Knight
Lemley fame to the rescue but failed
to stop the scoring Three runs were
collected In the fourth and one in
the fifth on Thornton 'i home run
Murray took the lead in the sixth
on a double by Crespi. singles by Gay
and Menges and Carman's infield out.
The Murrav flinger appeared to have
struck his 6trlde and with the club
working behind him in great fashion
it looked as if the game belonged to
Thornton's crowd But Risberg, who
played a miserable game in the field
but who batted like a fiend, stewed
up the show.
With Cobb on as the result of a
single to left, Rl6berg soused the ball
oxer the right field fence and Ogden
went ahead by a one run margin. The
score here was 9 to 8.
It was easy for Lemley in the scv
enth. but Crespi, not to be denied a
victory, tied the score when he came
up first In the eighth by clouting the
ball over the left field fence for tho
circuit
Risberg got as far as second in
Ogden's half of the ninth, but died
there Dow ling was chased for dis
puting a strike decision and Raedel
batted for him.
i'h two gone in Murray's half,
Auer singled to left. Crespi came
through with bis third clout, getting
the ball by Risberg Cay then fin
ished the game by slamming the pel
let over second and Auer chased home
with the winning run
OGDEN.
AB. R. H PO A E
Murphy, rf 4 1 0 1 0 0
w'ooiums. lb , 4 o i ir n n
.Jones, 3b 6 1 2 2 3 1
1 Cobb, cf 6 2 1 o 0 0
Risberg, ss 5 2 3 4 5 3
Dowling, 2b 8 " 0 1 7 1
Raedel, 2b . . 1 0 0 0
Ellis, If 4 1 2 2 1 0
Seabough. c 3 1 1 1 2 0
Knight, p 1 1 1 0 1 0
Lemle . p 2 0 0 D 1 0
Totals 37 9 ll2t) 2b 7
MURRAY.
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Gay, cf 5 2 2 1 n n
Menges, ss 3b 4 1 3 4 3 1
Clynes, rf 4 0 0 0 o n
Carman, If . 4 1 1 1 0 0
Thornton, lb. ...... 6 2 2 12 1 D
Caveney. 3b., bs . . . 5 1 1 1 2 2
Pendleton, 2b 5 0 2 1 4 0
Auer. c. . 5 1 1 7 2 0
Dawson, p 1 0 0 0 2 0
Crespi. p ,..4 2 3 0 2 0
Totals ... 42 10 15 27 16 3
One out when winning run scored
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Ogden 006 100 2no n
Murrav 200 312 01110
SUMMARY
Two base hit Jones. Thornton,
Crespi Home runs Risberg, Thorn
ton, Crespi. Runs batted In Knight,
Jones 3, Risberg 3, Ellis 2, Caveney
2. Gay 2. Thornton, Crespi. Sacrifice
hits Knight. Clynes. Hits Off
Knight, 5 In 3 innings (none out in
fourth); off Lemley, 10 in 5 2-3 in
nings; off Dawson, 4 in 3 1-3 Innings;
off Crespi. 7 in 5 2-3 innings Bases
on balls Off Knight 2. off Lemley 1,
off Dawson 4. off Crespi 1. Struck
out By Knight 1. by Dawson 1, by
Crespi 5. Wild pitches Lemley 2
Double plays Ellis to Risberg to
Woolums. Dowling to Risberg to
Woolums; Caveney to Thornton to
Menges Left on bases Ogden 7,
Murray 10. Stolen bases Cobb, Ris
berg 2 First base on errors Ogden
3. Murray 4 Time 2:09. Umpire
La Rocque.
BOISE DEFEATED IN J
GAME FULL OF
ERRORS
Boise. Ida.. June 17 With a flying
start, the Sea Gulls won easily today
In the first, Caldwell and Galena
singled, Potts sacrificed and French
brought in the two with a three-bag-ber
to center, himself scoring on Mc
i Clain's single
Morgan walked and Jensen relieved
Woods, retiring Salt Lake with a
strike out.
Four hits and two errors gave Salt
Lake three more in the second
A single, a double, an error and a
fielder's choice netted two in the
sixth.
Davis is credited with scoring half
of Salt Lake's runs by two two-base
hits and a sacrifice fly.
Bernhardt kept the "hits well scat
tered and was never in danger
Morgan started on first base but a
telcgTam reinstating Hester came to
, the park and he sent Morgan to right
' Jensen protested the game because
j Hester's fine was not collected No
I reason was given for raising Hea
I ter s suspension except that it was
j for the good of the game Peace
reigned throughout the game
Buck Weaver found Bernhardt for
a double and a triple today and Potts
robbed him of two singles
BOISE.
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Moorehead, If 4 1 0 1 0 0
1 Schimpff, 2b 4 0 1 3 I 0
Bauer, rf 5 j 2 1 0 0
Thomaa, lb , . 3 0 0 g 1 1
Blausser, 3b 3 0 0 1 I 0
Kel,e'. cf 3 0 0 3 1 i
Bostick, pb 4 'i j j 1 j
Weaver, c 4 1 2 7 1 D
I oods, p. 0 0 0 0 1 0
Jensen, p 4 0 2 1 J 0
Totals 34 4 8 27 11 3
SALT LAKE.
AB R. H. PO. A E
Caldwell. 3b h 1 1 1 2 2
Galena, of fi 2 2 3 0 0
Potts, ss 4 2 1 2 I 1
French, 2b. . . , 5 2 l 3 ft 1
Davis. If 3 1 2 2 0 0
McClain. c 5 0 2 4 n 0
Allen, rf 2 0 0 n n n
Hester, lb 2 0 0 10 0 n
Bernhardt, p 4 0 1 0 1 0
Totals 39 8 11 27 16 5
SCORE BY INNINGS
.Moise 100 110 010 4
Salt Lake 330 002 0008
SUMMARY
Sacrifice hits Davis. Thomas Two
base hits Davis 2, Veaver. Bauer.
Three base hits French, Weaver.
Runs batted In French 2. Davis 3,
Thomas 1. Mc-ciain 2, Weaver 1. Jen
sen 1 Double plays Potts to French
to Hester. Innings pitched By Woods
two-thirds. Hits Off Woods 4
Struck out By Bernhardt 4, by Jen
sen 6. Bases on balls Off Bernhardt
4. off Woods t, off Jensen 1 Wild
pitch Bernhardt Time of game 1
hour 45 minutes. Umplre Longanr-ck-er
STANDING OF CLUBS
Union Association.
Won Lost Pet
Ogden 25 19 .568
Salt Iake 24 19 .558
Murray . 23 19 .548
Boise 24 20 .545
Butte 19 25 432
Helena 14 27 .341
National League.
Won. Lost Pet.
New ork 29 18 17
Cincinnati 30 23 .566
St Louis 27 27 .500
Pittsburg 24 25 .490
Chicago 27 29 .482
Philadelphia 25 27 481
Brooklyn 21 26 447
Boston .21 29 42
American League.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Philadelphia 33 19 635
Detroit 33 24 .579
Washington 29 24 .547
St Louis 29 25 .537
Boston 27 25 519
Chicago 24 30 .444
Cleveland 21 35 .375
New York 19 33 .365
Federal League.
Won. Lost. Pet
Buffalo .. .27 22 .551
Baltimore 27 22 .551
Indianapolis 27 23 .540
Chicago 29 25 .537
Kansas City 24 27 .471
Brooklyn 21 24 467
St. Louis 25 31 .445
Pittsburg 22 28 .440
American Association.
Won. Lost Pet.
Louisville .33 26 .559
Cleveland 32 27 .542
Milwaukee 29 25 .537
Indianapolis 31 30 .508
Kansas City 31 30 -,08
Minneapolis 27 28 491
Columbus 27 31 4fi6
St. Paul 22 35 .386
Pacific Coast League.
Won. Lost. Pet
Venice ... 41 31 .569
Los Angeles .41 34 .547
San Francisco ,41 35 .539
Portland 32 33 492
Sacramento 32 39 .451
Oakland 28 43 .394
Northwestern League.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Vancouver 41 21 .661
Seattle 39 25 .609
Spokane 37 26 587
Tacoma 26 40 .394
Portland 24 39 .381
Victoria 22 38 .367
Western League.
Won. Lost Pet
Denver 33 20 .623
Sioux City 33 22 600
St. Joseph 30 23 566
Des Moines 28 26 .519
Lincoln 29 27 .518
Omaha .23 29 .442
Wichita 25 34 .424
Topeka 17 37 .315
Southern Association.
Won. Lost Pet
Birmingham 33 24 .579
Chattanooga ..33 27 550
New Orleans 33 29 632
Atlanta 31 28 .525
Nashville 33 30 .524
Mobile 31 30 508
Memphis 26 36 .426
Montgomery 24 40 .375
MONEY GREED TO
RUIN JASEBALL
Chicago, June 18. Money greed on
the part of players bids fair to be
the curse of baseball, according to B
B. Johnson, president of the Ameri
can league. Johnson left for New
York today to take part in a meet
ing of the national commission at
which it is said measures will be
taken to prevent the Federal league s
threatened raid on major players.
After declaring that organized base
ball will prevent by injunction any
major league player from appearing
in Federal uniform. Johnson said
"However, if there are, aa President
Gilmore of the Federals says, forty
major players who are ready to jump
to the Federals, I say let them Jump
so we may know who they are. and
rid the Bport of men who are in the
game for purely mercenary reasons
"It Is an awful thing for a player
to boast that he Is in the game merely
for what he can get out of It. He
Is serving notice on the public that
he is a mere hireling and will do
anything for money Once let the
public get imbued with the idea that
baseball players are ready to jump
contracts or do anything else if there
is enough money In It and they will
no longer believe that games are hon
et. They will goon believe that
players can be paid to throw games
If this thing should keep up. ball
players will be glad to play for 2
a game and pass the hat to get It."
HELENA IIIA FAST
GAME DEFEATS
TOE DUCKS
Butte. June 17. When Sawyer
dropped an easy peg to second base,
whither he had gone to figure in a
prospective double play in the sixth
inning, he lost the game to Helena.
The score was: Helena 3. Butte 2,
and the game was always In doubt
Two left-handers. Wells and Halla,
tied up In a close battle, with Halla
having the Bhade until Sawyer's error
made possible two scores by the
Vigilantes
In three innings Butte had the bas
es full and waB unable to put over a
run. In the eighth, "Ducky" Holmes
who got out of a sickbed today, sin
gled with one man on base, and made
possible Butted count.
I In the eighth, with the bases full,
and one out. "Slow Ball" Ames sup
planted Wells and threw one ball A
double play was made and the situa
tion was saved until the ninth, when
Butte shoved runners to third an?
second but "Ducky" Holmes' long
fly made the third out.
Umpire Knell had his troubles to
day. BUTTE.
AB R H O A
Marshall cf 6 0 T 2 n
Zimmerman, rf 2 0 0 4 0
Bradv. 2b 4 1 2 2 3
Lewis, c 3 0 l 3 1
McClelland. 3b 2 ft 0 1 3
McMurdo. lb 2 0 ft 13 1
Saer, ss 3 1 (1 1 3
Smith, If 2 ft 1 ft ft
Halla. p .4 ft 1 1 1
Holmes, If 2 ft 1 ft (i
Totals 80 2 7 27 12
HELENA.
AB R. H O. A.
Radcr. ss 5 0 0 1 1
Quiglev, 2b 4 2 3 4 4
McNeill, 3b 4iii:
Lussl. cf 3 ft 0 5 (i
Clark, lb 4 0 1 s :
Daschbach. If 3 0 1 1 0
Bogart. rf 4 0 ft 4 1
Gleason. c 4 ft 2 3 1
Wells, p 2 0 0 ft 2
Ames, p 1 0 0 0 0
Totals .34 3 8 27 12
SCORE BY INNINGS
Helena 100 002 0003
Butte 000 000 1102
SUMMARY.
Errors Brady, Sawyer. Quiglev
Left on bases Helena 7, Butte 14.
Stolen base Marshall. Sacrifice hits
Zimmerman, Lewis, Lussl, Wells,
McClelland. Sacrifice fly Daschbach
Two base hit Daschbach Three-base
hits Quigley, Brady Double play
Bogart to Gleason. Runs batted in
By Clark 1. Innings pitched By
Wells 7 1-3, by Ames, 1 2-3. Base
hits Off Wells 6, off Ames 1. Legal
at bats Against Wells 26, against
Ames 4. Struck out By Halla 2 by
Wells 1 Bases on balls Off Wells
8. off Ames 1. Hit by pitched ban
Wells, Zimmerman Time of game
1 hour and 50 minutes Umpire
Knell.
AMATEUR GAMES
The Owls and Oregon Short Liue
teams of the City league met laBi
night in a contest at the Fa;r grounds
the victory going to the former The
score was 13 to 4 Under Manager
Chris Hansen, the Owls are cutting
their way to the top of the percent
age column and have also won sev
eral games recently with out-of-town
teams. The lineup last night was as
follow s
OwIb. O. S L
Mumford c Williams
MeBeth p Scott
H. Greenwell . . . lb Smalley
Folkman 2b Thomas
Ewald .3b Cheoketts
MeBeth ss .. Payne
Callahan rf L Williams
Payton If Tlte
Shipley. cf Brown
ILLINOIS ATHLETES
LEAVE FOR OMAHA
Chicago, June 18. Eight swimmers
representing the Illinois Athletic club,
headed by Michael McDermott, holder
of the world's championship at breast
stroke, prepared to depart tonight for
Omaha. Neb., to appear In their first
exhibition meet of their tour to the
Pacific coast.
The men making the trip are Harry
J. Hebner, Percy McGilHvrav. Arthur
Raithel. Michael McDermott. Arthur
J. Evers, Max Mott and Conrad Wohl
feld. From Omaha the team will go o
Salt Lake City, and thence to the
coast for a series of meets.
YESTERDAY'S GAMES
FEDERAL LEAGUE.
Indianapolis, Ind., Jane 17 India
napolis was able to win from Buffalo
today 11 to 8 In a game that was re
markable for the wlldness of the
pitching displayed by both teams
The Score R. H. E.
Buffalo 050 001 200 8 9 1
Indianapolis ...332 201 OOx 11 12 2
Batteries Schultz, Moore, Moran
Houser and Blair; Billiard. Mullln.
Mosely, and Rarlden.
St. Louis. June 17. Brooklyn took
the second game of the series with
St. Louis today by a score of 3 to L
The visitors played errorless ball and
bunched several" timely hits
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Brooklyn. June 17 Brooklyn took
a ten-Inning game from Cincinnati. 2
to 1 today after a pitchers' battle that
was marked by much wrangling Both
Pfeffer and Douglass were effective,
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Sacramento, June 17. First game:
The score: R. H. E
Portland , . . 3 2 1
Sacramento 4 10 1
Batteries West and Fisher;
Stewart and Hannah.
Second game
The Score: n. H. E.
Portland 2 9 0
Sacramento 0 4 0
Batteries Relger and Brenegen;
Arellanes, Colwell and Rohrcr, Lynn
Los Angeles, June 17
The Score: R. H. E.
Los Angeles 1 5 4
Venice 5 8 1
Batteries Ryan and Boles; Klep
fer and Elliott.
San Francisco. June 17
The Score: R. H. E.
6an Francisco 5 10 5
Oakland . r, s I
Batteries Leifield and Sepuhe-
da. Clarke, Crabbe, Christian ana
Alexander.
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE.
At Tacoma Seattle 5, Tacoma 4
At Spokane Portland I, Spokane -T
At Victoria Vancouver 3, Vic
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At Chattanooga Chattanooga-Memphis,
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At New Orleans 10; Montgomery 2.
At Atlanta 10. Nashville 0.
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