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111 n THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH:" FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1,5, 19,15. jj
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1 1 I THE OGDEN THEATER 1
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1 BASEBALL
HI I PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Si Won. Lout. PcL
Hi San Francisco 113 84 .574
ill ScUt Lake 101 87 .537
in Los Angeles 106 92 .535
Ml Vtfrnon 94 101 .482
lfi Oakland 89 10G . .456
Mlal Portland . r 75 108 .410
lf SALT LAKE WINS BY SCRATCH.
If I Salt Lalco, Oct. 15. Harry Wolvor-
IJIJI ton said, something day before yester
ijj dny that Skipper Blankenshlp and hla
Hfl Salt Lake club did not like. The
Kill Seal pUot, 'after Plug Bodio had war
wll bled a eong at a banquet, became In
Wfm spired and said Salt Lake would nev
iHJI er never wn another game from San
HI Francisco this year.
fj For a time yesterday, It looked as
ll If the local townspeople would not
1 I have a chance to call Wolverton for
S it, but through the aid of the Seal ln-
fj field, Baum'fl wildness and some keen
HI Judgment in base running by the
I home crew, Wolverton's plans -wore
I nil upset and slammed about, and
Hi Bait Lake won, 7 to 6.
W It's small town stuff to call a fellow
til for saying anything at a banquet, but
fill since Salt Lake is tho "small town"
1 oX the Pacific Coast league circuit, al
I though the second biggest In point of
Mill gate roceipts. It is .perfectly all right
Muj for any citizen to grab Harry by the
Iff lapel and shout "Aha" at him.
Hill Yestorday's game was a classic so
I fill far as some things are concerned, but
liilh ll was a WQird" affair from the stand
Ill point of fielding. Salt Lake and San
lljll Francisco players between them
All rniiBGnri nn seven Tierfeotlv Eood
111 chances, which is an awful thing for
IJJII the two leading teams to do. But aft
Wh er all it only goes to .show that a
fjll team must make errors if It hopes to
Wjj win ball games.. That's how San Fran
lid qisco has been winning all year, as
Tf the club fielding averages will show
111 tne Sea's to e riSht at the bottom.
Ill VERNON 9, OAKLAND 3.
pfjl San Francisco, Oct, 14. Three-bag-
f I gers and doubles cut a wide awa.th in
111 today's game, between Oakland and
Hill Vernon. Chiefly because the Tigers
1 1! had the moat of these long-distance
111 swats to their credit they snowed "un-
lill er tae alcs' wao tooH their 9 to 3
111 beating as if they enjoyed It.
Ill Once more "Dutch" Klawitter, who
Hi has gone to work and then journeyed
111 to th hench on more occasions than
II fall to tho lot of the average pitcher,
III found himself banged Qui of the son-
Hill sion. Tho Dutchman was left to hlB
II HI hopeless task long after the fans had
III Started their shouting for Rowdy El
III ott to bench him.
Ill --s fax as at B concerned, Clint
1 11 Prough was not much "better, as the
Hill konardment proceeded with no re
Hill gard'f6r"tho switch of pitchers. Rador
HjUp corralled "two of the three-base smash
II Hi or thB aftorudbn, with Doanq lay-
II n Ing claim to one triple and a double.
Iff1 Jimmy Johnston was the outsider to
Hill scratch the ball for three bags, and he
H would have had a home run Inside the
H grounds save for a mtx-up In the
R coaching, Jimmy had plenty of time
Hjj and, to spare to make the plate on his
center field shot, but he thought that
I 111) Charlie Prueltt was wigwagging him
Iff to sIow down at hlrJ Pnieltt in-
MT aists thej semaphore waa set for "Go
I III ahead," and there you havo the rea
I III 80a for a cut"t'ovvn home run and one
III leaB Oakland score.
I HI Vernon
mmU Runs ..., .,.,..102 010 311 9
III Hits .. .. 103 120 42215
J Oakland
IB Runs 110 0010003
Hits 231002 03213
! BEAVERS BEATEN 5 TO 0.
U Los Angeles, OcL 14. It was all
Ryan, today, and the Iris.h heaver of
BW the Angels had one big picnic, with
H the Beavers, beating them to a fraz-
zle 5 to 0.
Speas got the first hit by the op-
U position In the seventh inning and
1 Bell-ans
III Absolutely Removes
I I Indigestion. One package
I proves it 25c at all druggists.
I I J M-
1 1 Let Us
HII tke tha dha,ri bdf eic to Qit
II Lake in our Auto Van.
If- I SLADE PHONE 321.
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this spoiled what a lot of folks
thought was going, to be another no
hit performance. In the ninth Bates
and Stnmpf singled, the former mak
ing third which was the farthest any
of the enemy got.
Tho Angels practically won In the
fifth on two singles and Davis' error,
which netted ono run, but in the sixth
they jumped on Noyes hard, batting
out a triple and four singles, all in
succession, and piled up three more
runs.
Singles by Met2ger and Ryan with
Maggert's long fly in the eighth let in
the last man.
So far the Beavers have been pret
ty easy picking for the local club.
Portland
Runs 000 000 000 0
Hits 000 000 112 4
Los Angeles
Runs 000 013 Olx 5
Hits 100 125 02x 11
BALL PLAYERS
GIVEN MONEY
Philadelphia, Pa Oct. 14. The
members of the Philadelphia National
baseball ,ieam called"at the offices of
the club at the ball park today and
received the losers' share of the
world's series receipts apportioned to
the teams. Twenty-two players and
Manager Aloran each received $2,
519.99, Miko Dee, the trainer who
kept the men in physical condition,
and Sam Payne, the ground keeper,
wero given sums of money pooled by
th'o players.
Tho members of the team wero
canvassed today to determine' how
many are willing to mako tho pro
posed trip to the Pacific coast with
the world's champion Boston Red Sox
for a series of exhibition games. Final
financial arrangements for the trip
have not 'been made with the Pa
cific coast Interests and until an
agreement is reached tho personnel
of the team will not be decided upon
All tho members of tho Phillies
havo been Invited to be the guests
of fans at a dinner hero Saturday
night in honor of their bringing the
first National leaguo pennant to Phil
adelphia.
FOSTER OF RED SOX
BEST STICK ARTIST
Philadelphia, Oct. 14. FoBtor, the
Red Sox pitcher, was tho best batter
In the world's series, according to the
official averages announced today.
His avorage was .500. "Duffy" Lewis
of the Boston club, was the real lead
er, however, because ho participated
In each of tho world'B serios games.
His average was .444. Ludenis of
Philadelphia was next with .438. The
figures as compiled by tho official
scorer follows:
Batting Averagec,
G. AB. IL II. TB PC
Foster, p 2 8 0 4 5 .600
Rlxey, p 1 2 0 1 1 .500
Lewis, If 5 18 1 8 12 .444
Ludorus, lb 5 16 1 7 12 .436
Hooper, rf 5 20 4 7 14 .360
Cady, c 4 6 0 2 2 .333
Gainer, lb 1 3 1 1 1 .333
Chalmers, p. ... 1 3 0 1 1 .333
Hoblitzel, lb. ... 6 16 1 5 5 .313
Speaker, cf 5 17 2 5 7 .294
Bancroft, as 5 17 2 5 5 .294
Gardner, 3b 5 17 2 4 G .235
Thomas, c 2 5 0 1 1 .200
Alexander, p. ... 2 t 5 0 1 1 .200
Shore, p 2 5 0 1 1 .200
Burns, c 5 16 1 3 3 .187
Barry. 2b 5 17 1 3 3 .177
Paskert, cf 5 19 2 3 3 .15S
Cravath, rf 5 16 2 2 5 .125
Stock, 3b 5 17 1 2 3 .111
Scott, ss 5 IS 0 1 1 .055
Whitted, If., lb... 5 16 0 1 1 .066
Niehoff, 2b. ...'. 5 16 1 1 1 .063
.Tanvrin, ss 1 1 0 0 0 .000
Leonard, p. .... 1 3 0 0 0 .000
Carrigan, c 1 2 0 0 0 .000
Ruth, p 1 1 0 0 0 .000
Henrlksen 2 2 0 0 0 .000
Becker, "rf., .If. ... 2 0 0 0 0 .000
Mayor, p 2 4 0 0 0 .000
Byrne 1 1 0 0 0 .000
Kllllfer 1 1 0 0 0 .000
Dugey 2 0 0 0 0 .000
Fielding Averages.
FIRST BASE.
G. PO. A. E. PC.
Gainer 1 9 0 0 1.000
Whitted 5 2 0 0 1.000
Luderus 5 40 4 1 .982
Hoblitzel 5 35 5 1 .976
CATCHERS.
G. PO. A. E. PC.
Cady 4 14 3 0 1.000
Thomas 2 10 4 0 1.000
Carrigan ,1 S 0 0 1.000
Burns 5 27 9 1 .973
PITCHERS.
5 G. PO.-As E. wPC.1
Alexander 2 2 5 0 1.000
Foster 2 4 3 0 1.000
Mayer 2 2 3 0 1.000
Chalmers 1 0 4 0 1.000
Leonard 1 0 2 0 1.0QU
Rlxey 1 0 1 0 1 000
Shore 2 0 5 1 .S33
LEFT-FIELDERS.
G. PO. A. E. PC.
Whitted o 12 0 0 1,000
Lewis 5 10 1 o 1.000
Becker 1 0 0 0 1.000
CENTER-FIELDERS.
G. PO. A. E. PC
Paskert 5 17 0 0 1.000
Speaker 5 10 0 0 1.000
RIGHT-FIELDERS.
' G.PO. A. E. PC.
Cravath '... 5 5 0 0 1.000
Hooper 5 8 0 1 .888
Becker ... 1 0 0 0 .000
THIRD BASE.
G. PO. A. E. PC.
Gardner 5 5 14 0 1.000
Stock 5 1 8 0 1.000
SHORTSTOPS.
G. PO. A. E. PC
Janvrin 1 1 0 0 1.000
Scott "... 5 7 12 0 1.000
Bancroft ' 5 13 10 1 .985
SECOND BASE.
G.PO.' A. E. PC.
Niehoff 5 10 10 0 1.000
Barry 5 11 10 1 .955
Pitching Records.
W. L. R.BH.TB.BB. PC.
Foster (B)... 2 Q 5 12 18 2 1.000
Leonard (B).. 1- 0 1 3 4 0 1.000
Alexander (P).l 1 3 14 16 4 .500
Shore (B).... 1 1 4 12 14 8 .500
Mayer (P).... 0 1 4 16 22 2 .000
Chalmers (P). 0 1 2 8 9 3 .000
Rlxey (P).... 0 1 3 4 10 2 .000
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FRANCE TO FIGHT
TO THE VERY END
Paris, Oct. 14, 6:20 p. m "Since
France and her allies, in spite of
their attachment to peace, wore ob
liged to suffer war. they will prose
cute It to the end, and their Intimate
union will assure the final triumph
of justico and right," says Premier
VivianI In a declaration to bo pub
lished tomorrow In the magazine Lec
tures Pour Tous.
"France is not a country to be'
preyed upon," ho continues "She
will not lay down her arms until af
ter she has revenged outraged jus
tice, consolidated forever with the fa
therland the provinces ravaged by
force, restored heroic Belgium and
broken Prussian militarism in order
to bo able to reconstruct upon a foun
dation of civil right a regeneration
of Europe.
Glory for All.
"Believing in our social, political
and religious division, our onemios
imagined this country's elements ir
reconcilable. What did they see?
Workmen, employers, artisans, peas
ants, rich and poor men of all parties,
all religious beliefs, offering to sacri
fice themselves, all ifulfilllng their du
ty in defending their territory as in
the hour of revolution, in defending
tho liberty of the world. All un
derstood that tho most humble is use
ful to the fatherland; that from the
general-ln-chlef, whose admirable sang
froid compels the admiration of the
world, to the very humblest, each as
an Indispensable role. The glory Is
for all; the light Illuminates every
forehead.
"It is not only to our army, whose
heroism Ib guided by Incomparable
chiefs?, that we shall owe victory; it
is also to the nation that has been
able to accompany that heroism with
a union of silence and serenity in
critical hours. If thoso hours seem
long, let us continue to think of our
country, and everything will be easy
for us."
Resources Not Lacking.
Finance Minister Rjbot. in the same
Issue of the magazine, speaking of the
influence of finances upon tho war,
will say:
"France will not lack resources T.o
sustain hor effort in this war that
OPENING GAME OF WORLD'S SERIES; HOOPER MAKES FIRST HIT
Hooper, first man up in the world series, smashed a clean single through the box. Hooper, at the right, is
seen rounding first, ready to take second if there seems to be a chance. Player in center is Red Sox coacher.
Luderus, Phillie first baseman, seeing1 there isn't a chance for a play at first, is walking from the bag- at the
left of the picture.
"
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The railroad wreck that cost $50,000.00. Return engagement of
"THE JUGGERNAUT"
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY From 2 until 11 5c and 10c. j
THE OGDEN THEATER I
'The Home of-the Best." I
she did not seek, but that sho is de
termined to pursue without flinching.
As far as concerns finances, sho can
look upon the prolongation of hostili
ties without anxiety. The end of the
conflict will not depend on our re
sources. "Let France keep tho faith she has
in herself; let her continue to under
stand her financial duty as she has
understood her moral duty and her
military duty. Sho thus will aid In
the final victory that the world feels
Is inevitable and that it awaits in the
Interest of the liberty of peoples and
civilization."
Victor Augagneur, tho French min
ister of marine, declares:
"The German fleet is quite as. ef
fectively annihilated as If It were
sunk. It Is powerless and useless.
Consequently our country Is repaid
a hundred-fold for its material sacri
fices to Increase the strength of its
navy." .
oo
See Vivian Martin and the
great auto races in 'The Little
Mademoiselle," at the Isis today.
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BRITISH ATTACK
GERMAN FORCES
London, Oct. 14. Screened by
smoko clouds and gas, British troops
yesterday vigorously attacked tho en
tire German line from Ypros to Looa,
a distance of twenty-five miles. Sixty
thousand Canadians, fighting In the
front line, participated in the gen
eral action.
The most violent fighting occurred
within a radius of two miles north
and west of Loos. In this territory
the British captured the main trench
of the Hohenzollorn redoubt, weBt of
Loos, took a number of trenches on
the edgo of a quarry south of Hul
luch, expelled the Germans from
trenches south of tho Vormollos.Hul
luch road and, further south In the
direction of Loos, gained the Ger
mans' -first lino. This last position
they were forced to relinquish ow
ing to the intensity of the German
sholl fire.
Reports Disagree.
The Hoheiizollcrn rodoubt was ono
of two highly organized German
works which were tho greatest ob
stacles to tho British advance -in
Soptombcr. Fiold Marshal Sir John
French, In his report tonight, u'dmits
that the Germans still hold two com
munication trenches between the re
doubt and the quarries In which tho
British gained a foothold,
Berlin, referring to the British ad
vance east of Vermollcs, along the
road to Hulluch, says the British have
been expelled by hand grenade at
tacks from most of the trenches they
captured. Evacuation hy the French,
with the loss of 400 prisoners, of
Klolnou Nestor, a position on the
heights east of Souchez, la reported
by Berlin, together with the capture
of two machine guns in an action be
tween AngroB and Souchez.
Heavy artillery duels on the whole
front from Artols to Champagne are
reported from Paris.
Aerial activity by tho French corps
continues. Twenty aeroplanes today
repeated the bombardment of the
Bazancourt railway station.
A Gorman captive baloon was
brought down in the rear of the Ger
man lino in Champagne, and a Ger
man war aeroplane was downed In an
air duel north of the Aisne.
On the Champagne front the Ger
man daily hurl great numbers of as
phyxiating bombs behind the French
line, the French batteries roplylng vig
orously. German attacks and coun
ter attacks by the French continue
both to the east and west of Tahure,
but the French still maintain their
advantageous position on the hill dom
inating the Challerange-Bazancourt
railway.
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Read the Classified Ads.
Read the Classified Ads.
GLANDERS WIPED OUT M
Pocatello, Idaho, Oct. 14. Dr. Bodle, J
stato veterinarian, and Deputy Sea- jM
hurry of Boise wore In the city yeater., B
day after closing a whirlwind cam- H
palgn against glanders among horses
in southeastern Idaho. What had
threatened to be an epidemic was dH
eradicated by stringent measures. H
Tho disease was reported near Pin1 '9
gree and nine horses wero condemned jB
aftor a careful test had been made on Ml
more than 140 horses. The condemn
e,d horses were destroyed completely j
by killing and burning and the prenv ff
Ises thoroughly disinfected. Dr. Bodle :
states that hog cholera is entirely W
wiped out In the state and that there JS
have beon no serious losses from thlf KM
disoase in the past year. E
Read the Classified Ads. ml
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Plate for $8.00 ; does not cover Crowns, low as s-i.oo I
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