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8 THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 918. ! e
TTtAP SHOOTING, CDAD TJlVn WPWC I I BASEBALL, AUTOS,
BOXING, WRESTLING iJ T vr 1. j. 1 1 XM 111 Hi W ij LAWN TENNIS, GOLF
1 ALL IN READINESS FOR THF
BIG BOUT TOMORROW NIGHT
Wind, Rain or Shine, Everybody Will Be There There's
Going to Be Lots of Fun and a
Heap of Thrills.
A is now in readiness for the big ,
bout tomorrow nipht at the armory.
Promoter Billy Glasmann has had the
bleacher seats repaired and reinforced,
so that there will be no occasion for
anyone to hang on the wall for a spell
to see the fight. well-known auto
man was in ihc thick of the collapse
at the last fight, but said that his ex
perience in hanging to the side of the
wall for ton minute or so while step.
laddera were procured to release him.
was no nev. thing to him, as he had
been hanging to the wheel of a car up
and down North Washington for a
year or more and believed that his
knowledge of hanging on would permit
him to stick to the celling indefinitely
if necessary.
Frankie Gage is sure looking finej
these day- He ha changed hlfl (rain
ing tactics for this bout somewhat.
using the highway between Ogden and
the Springs for daily sprints to im
prove his wind and Increase the fleel
ness and Burenesa of his pedal extrem
ities Frankie is not figuring on run
ning away rwrth, hut nys there is
no use In Stopping B big drive if you
can step out of range and let er pass
That's good generalship, Frankie, and
i hen again if your navigators are gear
ed up you can step out and step ba b
in time to swing in a little ole drive
of your own. Yes, Gape is in good
shape and should have no trouble in
showing the fans some fast, classy
work.
Lee Morrissey is all to the good, so
BEES SHOT 00T
1 BY VERNONITES
Quinn Produces the Goods
for Bengals and Salt Lak
ers Are Beaten 4 to 0.
LOS ANGELES. Cal . May 16. Jack
Quinn. picked by Manager Dill ESssiCt
to stop the losing streak Qf the Vei
non Tigers, delivered the good - today,
and while the Bcngaleers were slam
ming the visiting twlrlcrs for a total
Of fourteen hits and four runs. Quinn
presented the Bees with only an oc
casional hit and a string of goo.se . gga
The score was 4 to 0.
McCredie used three pitchers. Evans
resigned the job to McCabe after
Maine's homer in the fourth had
hrnnplit in two runners ahead of him.
McCabe. who succeeded him
landed on safely but three times dur- i
ing the four innings he was In the
box. Conkwrighi took over the job in
the eighth, and the Tigers nicked him
for one run on De Vormer's triple and
Quinn's single.
SALT LAKE
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Farmer, ci 4 0 0 2 0 0
Siglln, 2b 4 0 3 3 2 0
Ryan. If 4 0 0 3 0 0
('happen, rf 4 0 1 0 0 0
Orr, ss 4 0 1 3 4 0
Sheely, lb 4 0 1 10 0 0
Sands, 3b 4 0 0 2 5 0;
Konnick, c 3 0 1 1 1 0
Evans, p 1 0 0 0 0 0
'Miller 1 0 0 0 0 0
McCab, p 0 0 0 0 1 0
Dubuc 1 0 0 0 0 0
Conkwright, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 34 0 7 21 13 0
Batted for Evans in fifth.
Batted for McCabe in eighth.
VERNON.
AB. R. H. PO.A. E.
Daley. If 4 0 3 3 0 0
J. Mitchell ss 4 0 1 1 2 0
Chadbourne, cf 5 1 2 1 0 o
Borton. lb 2 1 2 15 0 0
Hosp, 2b 4 0 0 1 2 0
Matb.es, rf 4 1 2 4 0 0
Westerzil, 3b 4 0 0 0 4 0
De Vormer, c 4 1 2 2 0 0
Quinn, p 4 0 2 0 1 0
Totals 35 4 1 1 27 9 0
Score by innings:
Salt Lake
Runs 000 000 000 0
Hits 010 111 111 7
Vernon
Runs 000 300 01 4
far a-s prime condition la concerned
Lee's bellows have always had suf- '
tlelent capacity to supply plenty of
breese for a long whirl, so the Idaho
favorite has employed his training
hours In improving his muscular and
scientific welfare. This shows good
Judgment on the part of both Lee and
his advisers, and as Morrissey has
trained faithfully and consistently,
considerable improvement will be ap
parenl In bis alertness and punching
ability. Lee should put up the best
fight of his life tomorrow night as hi
is just now arriving at the pinnacle of
his ring career. Gage and Morrissey
will, no doubt, uphold thfir end of the
program as the stellar attraction oi
the evening.
K. i). r.rown and Billy Johnson will
go for 10 rounds as a preliminat to
the big 20 round contest between Gage
and Morrissey. Billy and K. O. are
speedy little scrappers and will keep
the crowd yelling over the whole
route. Neither boy ever overlooks an
opportunity to let one fly and as a n
BUlt ihe air is full of punches from the
first tap. We'll have to dub this bout
the hail -raiser instead of the curtain
raiser, and it will have to go because
the Japs with the long blades are go
ing to hoosf the asbestos. There II be
a big crowd ol thec little brown nu n
to watch this exhibition They'll pro,
ably do n lot nf applauding and mayh
some other brand of talking but then
let em co. what's the dlffercuco.
we'll ne er know it.
Hits . 201 520 13 14
Summary Home run Mathes.
Three-base hit De Vormer. Two
base hit Borton. Sacrifice hit Bor
ton. Struck out By Evans 1, by
Quinn 2 Bases on balls Off Evans
1, off McCabe 1. off Conkwright 1
Runs responsible for Evans 3, t'onk
wiight 1. Double play McCabe to
Sands to Sheely. Stolen bases Shee
lv 2. Phappell Mitchell. Borton.
Charge defeat to Evans. Eight hits
3 runs off Evans, 19 at bat in 4 in
nings ; three hits off McCabe, 10 at
bat in 3 innings Umpire Casey.
1 Time of game 1 hour and 30 minutes.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
W. L. Pet.
Salt Lake 23 17 .575
j Los Angeles 23 20 .535
I Vernon 21 21 .500
, Oakland 20 21 .488
'Sacramento 18 20 .474
San Francisco 18 24 .429
Yesterday's Results.
At Los Angeles Salt Lake 0, Ver-1
non 4.
At Sacramento Los Angeles 3, Sac
ramento 4,
At s;an Francisco San Francisco 3,
Oakland 0.
'
SEALS SHOT 00T
HOWARD'S MEN
Series Evened Up Kantleh
ner Twirls for Cellar
Champions.
SAN FRANCISCO. May 15. The
Seals shut out the Oaks today, 3 to
0, and evened up the series. Kantleh
ner, twirling for the cellar champions,
allowed only two hits, both sinsle
The Seals, on the other hand, hit Kre
mer fairly often and opportunely, and
thus piled up the grand total of three
runs.
Kantlehner was never in danger, al
though he was somewhat unsteady at
I limes and gave six bases on balls
j Maggert, the Seals' center fielder,
starred at the bat with four hits In
!u many times at bat. One of these
mts was a double, the only one of the
game
At San Francisco:
SAN FRANClSCt I
AB. R.H. PO.A. E
Maggerl, cf 4 1 4 1 0 0
Pick, 3b 3 1 2 0 3 1
Hunter. If 4 0 0 3 1 0
Koerner, lb 4 0 112 0 0
Downs, 2b 4 0 1 2 2 1
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I Best Entertainment Yet
20-BIG ROUNDS-20
I Frankie Gage vs. Lee Morrissey
I New Orleans Idaho Falls t I
I Winner Meets Stanley Yoakum
! SPECIAL EVENT
110 Rounds of Real Boxing
BILLIE JOHNSON vs. K. O. BROWN
Ogden Greek (Ogden)
I ARMORY HALL TOMORROW N I G H T j
Japanese Fencing Contest Starts the Big Doings at 8:30 Sharp ,
Boys, the bleachers have all been rebuilt and the inspector says, "They will hold an
army now." They are absolutely safe. Don't miss the best entertainment of the
1 S season. BILLY GLASMANN, Promoter, j
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Brooks, c 3 0 0 4 1 0
Hummel, rf 3 1 1 3 0 0
Corhan, ss 2 0 0 2 3 0
Kantlehner. p 3 0 0 0 2 0
Totals 30 3 9 27 12 2
OAKLAND.
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Hawks, rf 4 0 0 3 0 1
Wares. 2b 3 0 1 3 3 0
Mlddleton, if 3 o l 2 l 0
Miller, cf 4 0 0 2 0 0
Gardner, lb 2 0 0 7 2 0J
Christensen, 3b .... 4 0 0 0 Q 0
Croll, ss 4 0 0 o 3 0i
Mitze, c 2 0 (i 9 0 Ol
Kremer, p 3 0 0 1 5 0
Totals 29 0 2 27 14 1
Score by innings:
San Francisco
Runs 200 010 0003
Hits 301 121 0109
Oakland
Runs 000 000 0000
I Hits 100 000 0102
Nummary: Two-base nil Maggerl
Stolen bases Maggert. Pick. Bases
on balls Off Kremer 2. oH Kantleh
ner 6. Struck out By Kremer 7, by
Kantlehner 2. Runs responsible for
j Kremer 2. Time of game 2:3c'. Um
' pire Finney.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W. L. Pet.'
; Boston . 15 10 .600
I New York 13 11 .542
Cleveland 13 11 .542 1
Chicago 11 10 .524
Washington 12 11 .522
St. Louis . Ki 11 .476
Philadelphia 9 14 .391
Detroit 7 12 .368
Ycstrday s Results.
At Boston Detroit 4. Boston 5.
At New York St. Louis 5. New
York 4 (twelve innings.)
At Philadelphia Cleveland 2, Phila
delphia 3 (thirteen innings).
At Washington Chicago 0, Wash
ington 1 (eighteen innings)
Today's Schedule.
f'hicago at Washington
Cleveland at Philadelphia
St. Louis at New 'i ork.
Detroit at Bos'.on.
WASHINGTON. Mav 16. Walter
Johnson and Claude William's battled
eighteen innings here today before
Washington got a 1 to u decision over
Chicago in the first game of the Berie
Johnson helped win his victory with1
a long single, which put Ainsmlth on
third, from which Williams scored the'
catcher with a wild pitch
Although the game was Ihe longest
I of the season In the American league
and one of the longest on record, each
team used only nine players and'
neither club made an error.
The errorless game fairly bristled'
with great stops throws and ca'.' b. -and
there were only two occasions!
when the official scorer was called on
to draw a fine line between a hit and,
a misplay and these had no effect on
the outcome. In the eighteenth, Fos-1
ter flipd out before Ainsxnith, Johnson
singled Ainsmitb to third With two
strikes and no balls on Shotton, Wil-'
Hams uncorked B wild pitch that went
to the stands and Ainsmith scored.
CHICAGO.
AB. R.H. PO.A. E.
Leibold, If 7 0 1 8 0 0!
Murphy, rf 6 0 3 5 0 0
Weaver, ss 6 2 1 4 0
Gandil. lb 7 t 0 16 i 0
J Collins, cf 7 it 0 9 n 0
Risberg. 2b 7 0 1 5 4 0
McMuliin, 3b 7 0 2 4 4 0
Schalk. c 6 0 1 4 0 0
Williams, p 6 0 0 0 2. 0!
Totals 59 0 1052 14 0
One out when winning run scored, j
WASHINGTON.
AB. R.H. PO. A. El
Shotton, rf 7 0 1 0 0 0;
Lavan, ss 7 0 0 4 6 0
Milan cf 7 0 2 3 ii ii
Shanks. If 6 u 1 10 n n
Judge, lb 7 ii 1 22 1 0
Morgan. 2b 5 0 0 2 "6 0
Foster. 3b 7 0 1 u 3 0
Ainsmith. c 7 1 112 2 0
Johnson, p 7 0 1 1 1 0
Totals 60 1 8 54 19 0!
Score by innings:
Chicago . . 000 000 000 000 000 000 0i
Wash. . ..000 000 000 000 000 001 l!
Summary: Two-base hits Murphy,
RisL -rg. Sacrifice hits Weaver.
Schalk. Double play Lavan to .Mor
gan to Judge Loft on bases- Chicago
g, Washington 10. Base: on balls'
Off Johnson 1, off Williams 2. Hit by
pitcher By Williams. Morgan. Struck,
out By Johnson 9, by Williams 3.
Wild pitch Williams. Passed ball!
Ainsmith.
RED SOX STAGE BIG
NINTH-INNING RALLY
L'.i :- n iN M ; " With one out in
the ninth. Finch Hitter Schang walked,
Scott singled, Hoblltzell, batting for
Agnew. singled, Ruth was intention
al passed and Hooper singled over
Veach's head in the right field, giv
ing Boston two runs and enabling the
Red Sox to defeat Detroit today, 5 to
4. Until the ninth Dauss of Detroit
had the better of Ruth. Bush s play
was brilliant.
Score by innings
Detroit 003 010 0004
Boston 000 111 u02 5
Summary: Errors Walker. Shean,
Whiteman, Ruth Two-base hits I
Bush, Dauss, Ruth, Whiteman. Three
base hit alker. Stolen bases Shean,
Struck. Sacrifice hit Shean. Sacri-J
fice fly Mclnnes. Double play Ruth
to Scott to Mclnnes. Left on bases
Detroit 5, Boston 7 First base on I
errors Detroit 2. Bases on balls
Off Dauss 4, off Ruth 1. Struck out
By Dauss 1. b Ruth 1.
FORMER YANKS WIN
OVEER PRESENT YANKS
NEW YORK, May 15. The St. Louis;
Browns with seven tormer New ork
Americans in their lineup, defeated
N w York in a 12 -Inning game todav
5 to 4.
Shocker, formerly of the local team.1
gave ten bases on balls, but was strong
in the pinches.
Nunamaker, who caught for the
Yankees for years, starred at bat for
St. Louis with a triple, two singles and
a base on balls
Score by innings
St. Louis 000 200 200 001 5 !
ra
New York 200 000 002 000 fj;
Summary: Errors Smith. Hannah, j
Two-base hits Baker 2, Shocker, Si
ler 2. Gilhoole. Gedeon. Th.rf e-b...-e
hit Nunamaker. Stolen bases Sis- f.
ler 2. Gedeon. Pratt. Sacrifice hi'- p(
Smith. Double play Tobin to Ged- '
eon. Left on bases New York 1. St p(
Louis 12. Bases on balls Off Love
5. off Caldwell 1, off Shocker 10. Hiu rj,
Off Love 4 in four innings (noneoit p(
in the fifth); olf Caldwell, 8 in eizb. B,
innings. Hit by pitcher By Love
Gedeon. Balk Shocker. Struck out Cf
By Love 1, by Caldwell 2, by Shock
er 3. Losing pitcher Caldwell.
COVELESKIE WEAKENS
IN THE THIRTEENTH
PHILADELPHIA, May 15-Covele: Ra
kie weakened in the thirteenth innin?
today, after Cleveland had scored a W
run in the first half of the iDning, and
Philadelphia won, 3 to 2 Errors vera
responsible for both Cleveland run.;, Hi
their first coming without a base flit. I
Score by innings:
Cleveland 000 010 000 000 1-2
Philadelphia . . 000 000 001 000 2-3
Summary : Errors Chapman, Wal- '
ker, Burns. Shannon 2. Two-base hiL;
Chapman. Graney, Walker. Hooe
run Walker Stolen bases Roth,
Chapman. Sacrifice hi' Speaker
Double plav Davidson to Shannon 'J '
Burns. Left on bases ( leveland .
Philadelphia 8. First base on error?
Cleveland 3. Philadelphia 1 Bas fc
on balls Off Coveleskie 3. off Myen
4. First base on catcher's interference
Roth. Struck out By Cotclessu i
10. by Myers 1 Wild pitch Myers.
ler.
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