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. g THE OGDEN STANDARD: UGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, my.
I IwbSS SPORTING NEWS HnSU ICOAST LEAGUE CLUB STANDING. W. m. Pel 7xs Angeles 623 San Francisco 40 P.7 ."10 Oakland 37 37 .500 Salt Lake . 31 3S .4!3 Portland 32 38 157 Sacramento 31 39 .443 Seattle -6 43 .377 Yesterday's Results. At Los Angeles--rortland 1, Ver non 6. At Sacramento Los Angeles 8, Sac ramento 4. i san Francisco Seattle 9, Oak-1 land 5. At Salt Lake San Francisco 9, Salt j Lake 2 I SALT LAKE LOSES I IN FIRST GAME j SALT LAKE. June 24 Sa.i Francis- lob defeated Salt Lake today by a score ( of 9 to 2. The score. SAX FRANCISCO AB. R H. PO A. E Schick cf 6 2 2 1 0 0 Fitzgerald rf 4 0 3 1 0 0 Hunter If 4 1 1 1 0 0 I Koerner lb 2 1 1 1 1 1 Trandall 2b 5 1 2 3 4 1 1 Cavenev ss 5 1 2 3 6 1 1 Kamm 3b 5 2 3 1 3 0 Baldwin c 5 0 1 5 1 01 H Couch p 4 1 1 1 0 0 H Totals .39 9 16 27 15 3 SALT LAKE Tj AB R If. PO. A. E. H Maggert cf 3 1 0 3 0 0 Johnson ss , .3 1 1 1 - 0 H Mulvev If 3 0 U 3 0 0, Smith lb 3 ii 0 8 0 0, Rumler rf 4 0 1 3 0 0, 1 Krug 2b 3 0 0 4 1 0 I Mulligan 3b 4 0 1 0 1 0 Spencer c 2 0 1 n 1 H Stroud p 2 0 0 U 2 0 H Totals 27 2 4 27 G 1 i Score by innings: H San Francisco Runs 010 110 222 9 Hits 120 220 33316j Salt Lake Runs 100 010 000 2 I Hits 110 000 110 4! I Summary: Home run Crandall. Two-base hits Cavaney, Baldwin, Crandall, Couch. Sacrifice hit H Hunter, Fitzgerald, Spencer Sacrifice H flies Koerner 2. Stolen base Fits J gerald. Struck out By Stroud 5, by Couch 4. Bases on balls Off Stroud l 2. off Couch 6 Passed ball Spencer. Hit with pitched ball Koerner. Runs responsible for Stroud 9. Double plays Crandall lo Oavoney to Koer ner; Cavenev to Crandall lo Koerner 2 First base on errors Salt Lake 2. 1,-eft 1 on bases San Francisco 10, Salt Lake Umpires Finney and Bedford 1 Time of game 1 45. 00 ANGELS 8; SENATORS 4 SACRAMENTO, Cal , June 24 Score: R H . Los Angeles 8 12 0 Sacramento 4 9 1 Crandall and Boles; Crespi, Brom ' ley and Schang. RAINIERS 9; OAKS 5 . SAN FRANCISCO. June 24 Score: R H. E Seattle 9 12 2 'Oakland 5 15 3 j Brenton, Ragan and Lapan. R Ar ilett", Weaver and Falkenberg, and MItze. I AMERICAN LEAGUE CLUB STANDING. W L. Pet New York 34 17 .667 Cincinnati 32 20 .615 Pittsburg 30 23 .566 Chicago 28 25 .528 Brooklyn 25 29 .463 Philadelphia 17 21 .447 SL Louis 23 29 442 Boston 17 32 .347 Yesterday's Results. At Philadelphia -First game- Bos ton 10. Philadelphia 6. Second game: Boston Philadelphia 9 At Cincinnati First game. Chicago i 6. Cincinnati 2 Second game Chica jgo 0, Cincinnati 2 At St Iouis--PiUsburg 2, St. Louis 9 At Brooklyn -First game: New York 4. Brooklyn 3. Second whip- New I York 3. Brooklyn 9. oo Read The Classified Ads. NATIONAL LEAGUE CLUB STANDING. W. L. Pot New York 31 16 660 Cleveland 33 16 660 Chicago 32 20 .615 St. Louis 24 26 .480 Detroit 24 26 .480 Boston 21 26 .4 17 Washington 20 30 iOO Philadelphia ..12 35 .255 Yesterday's Results. At New York Philadelphia New York 9 At Boston Washington 2, Boston 5. t notroit- St. Louis 4. Detroit 8. At Chicago Cleveland 2, Chicago 0. DOUBLE HEADER 1 AT PHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIA. June 24-Philadel - phia and Boston split a double-header' today, the visitors winning the first t game 10 to 6 and the locals the second 9 to 5. Boston won the first game by bunch ing hits off Rlzey and Smith. Keating also was hit hard, but Pemareo stopped t h Phillies Philadelphia won the second contest in (he eighth inning Score First game: It. H E Boston 004 040 02010 16 3 Philadelphia . .010 130 001 6 10 4 Keating, Demaree and Williams, Rixey and Adams. Second game: I Boston 011020 0015 11 0 Philadelphia .. .102 000 06 9 9 2 Nehf. Northrop and Tragesser; Woodward and Cady, Adams. no CUBS AND REDS EVEN UP CINCINNATI, June 24 Chicago had! won the first game of the doublehead- j er, 6 to 2, by hitting Salles hard. Cin- j rinnati evened it up by winning the( , second. 2 to 0, playing errorless ball behind Filer's fine pitching Score First game: Score R. H. E I I Chicago 000 210 0306 14 2 I Cincinnati 110 000 0002 6 0! Bailey, Douglass and OFarrell;i Sailer-. I.uqiK and Win go Score Second game R H B.I Chicago ooo ooo ooo o 4 1 'Cincinnati . 010 010 00 2 6 0t Tyler and Daly ; Eller and Rariden. ST. LOUIS VICTORY ST. LOUIS, June 24 St. Louis bat ted the offerings of Cooper to all cor ners of the field and won from Pitts burg today 9 to 2. Goodwin was ef fective throughout, the visitors' two HE KEEPS TAB ON ALL NAVY MEF .1 He is head of the files and sta tistics section of the enlisted per sonnel division of the bureau of navigation of the navy depart ment In his records are the cards of all the men who have enlisted in the navy since Jan 1. 1885. 1 1 He's busy now with demobiliza tion problems. runs being unearned. Scon R. H. E. Pittsburg 000 002 0002 8 1 St Louis 001 500 12 9 13 2 Cooper and Schmidt, Bhukwell. Goodwin and Snyder. nn Mays of Utah Introduces Bill For Branch Offices WASHINGTON, June 24. Establish ment of a branch of the interior de iportnient in some western state with several of (he department's bureaus j removed there from Washington '.v is proposed in a bill introduced today by Representative Mays. Democrat of I Utah. His measure would appropri ate $1,000,000 for the branch headquar ters, which would house the general land office, th zoological survey ih bureau of mines, the- reclamation serv I ice. the Indian bureau and the nation al park and forest services ' 00 The vainer a woman is the easier It is to make her happy j Read The Classified Ads. THE OUTBURST Or KVEKEI iRUE j I 1 1 1 HK. DON'T YOU REa1 jf LRlL WOUCDNT TO CAiGHT I l You're T 1 THIS (3 A Live NeivspApeR , 1 Tr-iey rvtivcBR MMD it on a . 1 J No man or woman is ever good Just 1 for the fun of the thing. 00 He who wears a long face doesn't 1 necessarily live the longest. 00 In marriage one and one make on?, in divorce one from one makes two. 00- I Lucky is the man whose troubles don't bother him any more than they ! do his friends. 00 I It is impossible to beat an ignorant man in an argument. 00 Read The Classified Ads. DOINGS OF THE DUFFS Tr1 I THE KATZIES - Alec Could Answer, But He Didn't 7 I'M DOING BETTER IN ) I THS MORNING THE I THRT WAS SPLENDID! WRHTEO TO KNOW wo KCN-OOL EVERY DRY J TEQCHER RSKED R QUESTION (.WHRT WAS THE QUESTION ? PUT CRRPET TRCK IN I 7 Sg OF THE WHOLE CIRSZ RNO L- thESERTOE HI CHRIR. s-s 1 vvs rH only one rnr, x&sk l ULO RNER i,m" , i j Rippling I Rhymes j By WALT MASON. j EVENING I loe the restful gloaming, I give n , 1 1 f . ., I, mm- ih 11 wear bird?; v are homing, and roosters go to roost Then all the stiiden' racket of work , day ho'Ts is done; the toiler's drawn I hi 8 packet ol grren. uplifting mon , and to his humble cottage he in the dusk repairs, and grumbles at the pot tage, and breaks a lot of chairs Oh, ii is sweet and restful when evening 1 I shadows fall, and I possess a breast mil uf gratitude for all: the fact thai I'm existing is soothing to mc j nerves. I m wotting and I'm wisting that life has lovely curves. It is a j ' rime of beauty when day is worn and , I gray, and stars line up for duty and j Luna CUtS some hay. when all th world is QUiel indulging in repose, and there's no din or riot that busy daytime knows. Oh, then the heart ltmws mellow, the bosom full of peace: j man knows that strife is vcllow. that I bickerings should cease. There's something In the twilight, with span- ' gled stars above, that throw., a sort of high light on kindiness and love; I feel a mighty longing to go forth and j 1 embrace the people who are thronging ! before my dwelling place. 00 I I LITTLE BENNY'S I Notebook By LEE PAPE ; l n ant is the name of a small in- j seek and alBO of your unkles wife, no ! II matter Wat size sbe is. .People hit. ! dent know this would think you dident ; know wat you was tawklng about it H you went up lo them and ced, Speek- ing of insecks, hows your ant0 m oseck ants are more intristing than ( unkles wives They dig holes In the H ! ground and carry- bred crumbs into. 'bj i Bumtimes the bred crumb is is to mutch bigger than the ant you cant tell weather th- ant is pushing the IM red crumb oc the bred crumb is pull- .j ! ing the ant. I It is sipposed to be bad luck to tred !M on a ant. but no matter how bad 'uck j r is, its werse luck for the ant. , M If people find antb in things to eat, H they genrelly throw the things away. n on account of most peeple being 10 H proud to eat the same things ants r.re y eating. If all the ants suddmly died H nobody would foel very sad about it, ; altho they are more popular than ffl spiders. LJ Ants are found all over the werld, iW altho not the same ants. M No matter ware you see a ant It is 1 M always bizzv going sumware or com- J ing back frum some place. Nobody y ever sees a ant looking tired. s Ants genrelly like to be ware o'her y ants are. Therefore you are less libel to beer m Bumbody say, Look at the ant, thnn vv.it voti are to heer them say, Lcok M at all the ants. I Ants have no visible langwidge but jl they get along jest as good as if they had. Proving wat you never had you E never miss. R If there is anjrthing a spinster really Jk hates il is a woman who has had m three husbands. Il Men are compelled to invent all kinds R of things because they have no hair nj pins with which to work I While a man is sure that a woman I will make a good wife, he is very sure jj that she could not select a better man ' & for a husband Ql Read the Classified Ads. Read the Classified Ada. 1