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Los Angeles, July IS. "Spe'ed"
Martin , the sensational Oakland
Martin, the sensational Oakland
man and the Angels too. much for
him today. However, it was not Mar-
tttttM tin's fault that Oakland lost today's
game, for it was a wild throw by Bar
beau that let Galloway gallop home
with the only run to be scored ,d'ur
lng the game. Martin's downfall
came early as the second inning.
With two down, Galloway singled to
right and stole second. Murphy's in-
tttttM field hit sent him to third. Murphy
and Galloway started to get away
with a double steal, but Galloway
was trapped between third and home.
While attempting to throw him out.
Hj Barbeau made a wild heave that sent
Galloway in with the only run.
L The Angels attempted to slip one
over again in the third frame by the.
H same method after two were down,
tttttM but Jackson was nipped at the plate
by a good throw from Kenworthy to
WWW Elliott.
Outside of these two innings, both
tttttM Martin and I-Iorstman pitched good
ball and kept their hits well scat
tered. The Oaks made a strong bid
tttttM for a score In the sixth when Middle
ton singled to center and stole sec-
H' ond On a wild pitch by Horstman,
Middleton attempted to reach home,
tttttM but was tagged out by Boles at the
WWW Score by innings
Runs 000 000 0000
MEM Hits 010 101 001 i
Los Angeles:
m Runs 010 000 OOx 1
UUM Hits 022 100 lOx 6
ttttW Yesterday's score: Portland 4, Salt
1 Lake
Batteries; Portland Noyes, Houck
ttttm and Fisher. Salt Lake Plercey,
Hj Dougan, Hughes and Hannah.
Hl Probable batteries for today's
game: Portland Sothoron and Fish
Hl er Salt Lake Fittery and Vann.
Today's game at Majestic park be
ttttm gins at 3:30 o'clock.
ttttM . Salt Lake. .Tuly 19. Donations
ttttM were the order of the day at Ma-
ttttm r jestic park yesterday. But Blanken-
ttttM i ship's Utes, true to their name, prov-
ttttm ed themselves more adept in the art
of Indian giving than their paleface
brothers from Portland, and took back
what they had given, with compound
interest. When the comedy of er
rors was over Salt Lake stood on the
long end of a 7 to 1 score.
Salt Lake, to Impress the visitors
with their generosity, started to pre
sent them with the gamo right off the
reel and seemingly didn't realize
what they were doing until the pesky
Beavers had sent .thrco runs across
the pan. Then they tightened up like
clams and except for a relapse in
one subsequent inning, Portland
didn't frolic with any more Gu (I)sto
than Messrs. Dougan and Hughes were
inclined to allow them, for those
worthies hatl the McCredieites eating
out of their good pitching hands.
Score by innings
Runs 300 100 000 4
Hits 410 320 01112
Salt Lake:
Runs 000 051 Olx 7
Hits 010 130 Olx G
San Francisco, July 18. Today's
game between San Francisco and
Vernon was a hard fought one from
start to finish. .
It was 7 to 7 after a tempestuous
session, when the Seals came to the
front for their last licks In the ninth.
Pitcher Mitchell weakened suddenly
and his failing brought defeat. Dal
ton walked, Jones singled and Brown
was walked, filling the bases.
Pinchhltter Wolverton hurried to
the rubber as Hess started from the
Vernon bench to relieve Mitchell. The
San Francisco chieftain lifted the
ball well to center field and Jack
Dalton reached home with the win
ning run ending the game 8 to 7.
Score by innings
Vernon :
Runs 000 100 420 7
Hits . .012 000 53112
San Francisco:
Runs 300 100 211 8
Hits 411 201 21214
Kenosha, Wis., July IS. Frankj
Gotch, champion wrestler of the"
world, Is out of the game for an in
definite period, having sustained a
fractured leg today during an exhibi
tion bout. He was wrestling with
Bob Monograph of Chicago, a member
of the circuit with which Gotch is
traveling, when he caught his left
foot between two mats, and as he
hurled himself upon Monograph for
a hip hold, be twisted the leg, break
ing the bone just above the ankle.
I "8'nkn& fund" is a sum set aside H
I mlfft out Present income to provide for H
WW fcsASijy future needs, or the discharge of a debt. H
I Are you creating a personal "sinking fund"?
W You know you will have need of money, and Q
H it will be much easier to raise funds a little at
WW a time, than to depend upon others for a larga H
sum when need or opportunity presses. H
K Your debt to your future, too, should have
H attention as you go along.
II Look about you and see how they have fared
B who left their future to take care of itself.
I A savings account with this bank is the Iogi- H
9 cal plan for you to capitalize your 1'sinking
P fund", fl
2384 Washington Ave. WW
Capital and Surplus, $150,000.00,
With several local huskies as train
ing partners, Pete Visser is working
out every afternoon at the central fire
station and his training quarters have
been visited by a large number of fans,
during the past four or five days. Pete
is an interesting worker, possessing
speed that would make any middle
weight envious, along with great
strength and remarkable skill.
The fans are watching with partlcu
lar interest his use of the new hold
that he learned to his cost from Ad.
Santel, the light-heavyweight cham
pion, the arm scissors. He seems to
have this perfectly developed and his
training partners howl for him to
loosen up, when ho gets an arm in
Umbo and put on the twisting pres.
sure. In addition to his "gym" work,
Visser puts In a big part of the day
on his farm at North Ogden and in
long hikes into the North Ogden moun
tains. George Nelson, the intermounlain
champion, who Is to meet Visser in
a finish bout at the Alhambra thea
ter, on the night of July 24th, is ex
pected to come to Ogden before the
ond of the week so that the fans may
have the opportunity or giving him
the "once over." His training is be
ing done at Preston, Idaho, with work
outs similar to those indulged In by
the Ogden wrestler. He has a con
siderable advantage over Visser in this
respect, however.due to the fine accom
modations of the Preston gymnasium,
where he has ben instructor for the
past two years.
Won. Lost. Pet
New York -IS 35 .578
Boston 4G 35 .568
Cleveland 46 37 .554
Chicago 44 36 .550
Washington 43 38 .531
Detroit 44 40 .524
St. Louis 36 46 .439
Philadelphia 18 58 .237
Yesterday's Results.
3 St. Louis 3, Boston 4.
Cleveland 2, Washington 3.
Chicago 9, Philadelphia 2 (first
.Chicago 3, Philadelphia 4 (second
Detroit 4, Now York 0.
Today's Schedule.
Chicago at Washington.
St Louis at New York.
Detroit at Boston.
Cleveland at Philadelphia.
New York, July f18. Willie Mitch
ell, the veteran ' left-hander, who
broke Cullop's winning streak in the
first game of the series, came back
today with another victory, Detroit
winning from New York 4 to 0. The
victory gave Detroit an even break
on the six-game series. Mitchell held
the Yankees to seven scattered hits
and permitted no New York player to
go past second base until the ninth
Inning, when Oldring reached third
on Cobb's fumble of Mullen's hit.
Detroit won from Marklo after an
injury forced Cullop's retirement. In
the third inning Vitt doubled, Bush
singled and Heilman was hit Vitt
scored on a parsed ball and before
Caldwell retired the side, Bush and
Heilmann also scored.
Manager Donovan s troubles were
increased in the ninth inning, when a
line drive from Mitchell's bat struck
Caldwell on the right knee, forcing
him to limp off the field.
Score by innings
Detroit 003 100 0004
New York 000 000 0000
Philadelphia, July 18 Chicago
won both games here today. 9 to 2
and 3 to 2, and thereby made a clean
sweep of tbe series of four games.
In tbe first event the visitors bunch
ed hits off Lanning and Nabors, while
Cicotte was effective after the first
inning. In this game Schang stum
bled and fell against a cement wall
going after a foul. He was carried
off the field unconscious and taken
to a hospital. It is feared his right
cheekbone and skU are fractured,
Although Myers fanned ten batsmen,
Chicago won the second game by
bunching hits In the fourth and eighth
FIrat Game.
Score by innings
Chicago 000 031 0329
Philadelphia 200 000 0002
Second Game.
Score by innings
Chicago 000 100 0203
Here's proof of the value of being prepared
We are for National preparedness. -During thesummcr of 1914; one of our
i r j . , officials, while on his annual hop buy-
We have proved the value to any oran- lng trJp abroad elected and purchased'
Ization. whether it be government or r7I,00o lbs. (1550 bales) of the choicest
f ' .-; manufacturer, of being prepared for t, - . u:-.0a
IV , the unexpected. toHopSdhdthem.h.ppedt
wlllft" country before the embargo was
wRi ' It has been an established rule of this rigidly enforced in March, 1915 pre-
WinMlf institution to'lay in our supplies of paredness. Add this to the large . .
j I W&J'jlf materials far in advance of their actual stock on hand, and you will see how
frlWIiiil' need. secure preparedness has made out
' I tliPv Wve done"t-is wlth the Saazer Hops position.. r t
y IVW U,e exclusively in Budweiser, 0uf is sufficlent to last at least i i
JliR'O Michelob, Muenchener and our new until the closing days of 1918. " v-
lf!l ill n' IS f'rJVVf S drink Bcvo always a tvo-year
i J f ll f ) acvancc supply. Preparedness. Preparedness pays. ,
JtrW irW -W-iU- -Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
CJl, I '';fcV'V' Becker Brewing r Malting Co, 23R
Philadelphia 000 000 0022
"Washington, July 18. Washington
made it four out of five from Cleve
land by winning today's game, 3 to 2.
In the first inning (Moeller got a
scratch hit to Wambsganns, stole sec
ond and scored on two infield outs.
That was the only earned run of the
game Speaker's muff of Gallia's fly
allowed Washington to score twice
in the second. Roth, who made both
of Cleveland's runs, was aided by
errors of McBride aud Henry.
Score by innings
Cleveland 010 001 0002
Washington M20 000 OOx 3
Boston, July 18. Timely hitting en
abled Boston to defeat St. Louis, 4
to 3, today. The victory placed the
locals close to the top on account of
New York's defeat. Just a year ago
today the Red Sox went into the
lead and were not defeated there
after. Catcher Severeld was knocked out
during the third inning today, when
Ruth collided with him at the plate.
Severeld dropped the throw and
Ruth tallied.
Score by innings
St. Louis ..200 000 0103
Boston 101 020 OOx 4
"Object, Matrimony," Or
acle Theatre tonight.
Los Angeles, Cal., July 18. An
nouncement was made by Manager
"Rowdy" Elliott of the Oaks, who ar
rived in Los Angeles today, that tho
deal for him to go to the Detroit
Americans was practically cloivi
Tha another man will be at the he'fm
of the Oakland club before the week
is over, was the statement made to
day by Elliott.
"Up to 5 o'clock last night I did
not intend to come to Los Angeles,"
said Elliott. "My resignation has
been accepted. All that remains is
for another manager to be appointed.
As soon as I had my resignation ac
cepted I received offers from five
major league clubs. Owners Leavltt
and Cook treated me fine. I don't
know who will be the new manager,"
"Peg O' the Ring," No. 7,
I Oracle Theatre tonight.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Brooklyn 46 30 .605
Boston 40 32 .556
Philadelphia 41 33 .554
Chicago 39 43 .476
New York 36 40 .474
Pittsburg , 35 40 .467
St. Louis 39 45 .464
Cincinnati 39 48 - .448
Yesterday's Results.
Boston 4, Cincinnati 6.
Brooklyn 9, Chicago 0. (Game for
feited to Brooklyn.
Pittsburg-Philadelphia game post
poned, rain.
Today's Schedule.
Brooklyn at Pittsburg.
Boston at SL Louis.
New York at Chicago.
Philadelphia at Cincinnati.
Chicago, July 18. Chicago forfeit
ed a game to Brooklyn today by the
technical score of 3 to 0 because
Manager Tinker refused to leave the
field when Umpire Byron ordered
him away. By a batting rally in the
sixth Brooklyn had tied the score
and the teams went into the tenth
with the count, 4 to 4.
Score by Innings
'Brooklyn 000 004 0004
Chicago 012- 100 0004
St. Louis, July IS. SL Louis bat
ters pounded Perritt and Anderson
and St. Louip won the last game of
the series with New York here today,
5 to 2.
Steele allowed only slxhits. Ames,
who relieved Steele, was found for
one hit a triple by Robertson In
the ninth inning, which resulted in a
run when a wild pitch by Ames sent
Robertson home.
A triple, a double and a single off
Anderson and two errors gave SL
Louis three runs in the- eighth.
Robertson hit a home run to the
center field fence in the first, which
was said to be the longest hit ever
seen at the Si. Louis park.
Manager McGraw and Manager
Huggins were banished from the
game for arguing with Umpire Klem.
Score by Innings
New York 100 000 0012
St. Louis 010 000 13x 5
Cincinnati, July IS. Cincinnati
knocked Ragan out of the box in the
fourth inning, winning the last game
of the series from Boston here to
day, 6 to 4. In the fourth, with one
out Kll lifer singled and Lounen.
walked. Wingo then doubled, scoring
Kllllfer. Schneider followed with a
single, scoring Louden, and Wingo
himself coming home on Groh's tri
ple. Hughes then took Ragan's place
on the mound. Schneider pitched
good ball, two of the visitors' runs
being made off Klllifer's error.
Score by innings
Boston 010 002 0014
Cincinnati 100 401 OOx 6
Won. Lost. Pet.
Los Angeles 56 40 .5S3
Vernon 58 4.4 .569
San Francisco 55 49 .529
Portland .'..44 43 .506
Salt Lake 44 49 .473
Oakland 37 69 .349
Yesterday's Results. 1
Vernon 7, San Francisco . S. t
Oakland 0, Los Angeles 1.
Portland 4, Salt Lake 7.
Today's Game.
Vernon at San Francisco.
Oakland at Los Angeles.
Portland at Salt Lake.
Bell-am s
Absolutely Removes'
Indigestion. Onepackage
proves it 25catall druggists."
Capital $150,000.00
Surplus and Undlvld. I
ed Profits $225,000.00 I
Deposits 33,000,000.00 I
M. S. Browning, President.
John Watson, Vice-President. I
L. R. Eccles, Vlco-Presldent. I
R. B. Porter, Vice-President I
James F. Burton, Cashier. I
Sumner P. Nelson, Asst. Csh'r. I
Can Move It.
H Scoop, The Cub Reporter . It's About Time For A Re-sMng!ing Job By "Hop" 1
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