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rf TRAP SHOOTING, CPADTHVIT XT 17 WT C I 1 BASEBALL, AUTOS, I
J BOXING, WRESTLING jrURllll 111 Hi VV J LAWN TENNIS, GOLF
SI. LOUIS LOSES
'J IN NINTH INNING
ST. LOUIS, July 15 With the icore
4 to 1 In St. Loais' favor, Davenport
weakened In the ninth Innlg ad
Philadelphia batted out a five to four
victory, setting tho locals back to
1 fifth place.
Score: R. H E.
Philadelphia ... .000 100 0045 12 3
4 St Loula 100 020 0104 1 1 5
Batteries Peer and McAvoy, Per
kins; Davenport and Severeld.
4 ) A PITCHERS' DUEL.
CHICAGO, July 16. Chicago Con-j
centrated its attack in one inning to-!
day and defeated Boston, 3 to 1 in the
i final game of the series. The gam
was a pitchers' duel between Cicotti
and James, with the former having
ihe better of tho arrrument
Boston 1 " 000 0001 5 0 i
Chicago 000 000 30 3 1
Batteries James and Schang. Wal
ters; Cicotte and Schalk.
SENATORS 3. INDIANS 0
CLEVELAND, O, July 15. Wash-1
ington defeated Cleveland, 3 to 0, to-1
day, Walter Johnson keeping lh'
Clevelund hits well scattered and be
ing effective when the Indians thre;r
ened. Score: R. H E.
1 L. Washington . ...000 002 0013 7 1
Cleveland 000 000 000 0 S I
Batteries: Johnson and Picintcli,
Bagby and O'Neill.
FOUR OUT OF FIVE.
DETROIT. July 15 New York and
Detroit broke even on a double hemJ' -
contest, 13 to 2, and losing the second
3 to 0. It wound up the series in which
Detroit took four out of five.
Score (first game) R. H E
New York ... D0 000 000 2 7 1
Detroit 301 230 04' 13 16 0
Batteries. Shore. Smallwood and
V Ruel; Dauss and Ainsmith.
Score (second game) R. H. E.
New York 001 1013 6 1
Detroit . .000 0000 4 1
Batteries Mogridge and Hannah,
Boland and Stanage.
A M ER IC ANL EAGUE
CLUB STANDING.
W. L. Pet.
'""hicaro 4S 26 619
New York 41 29 r.s6
Cleveland .41 34 547
Detroit 39 34 534
St. Louis 38 34 .528
Boston 31 40 .437
Washington 32 43 127
THE WOR TO
Trap !
Philadelphia 19 52 .26
Yesterday's Results
At Cleveland Washington 3, Cleve
land 0.
At Chicago Chicago 3. Boston I.
At Detroit New York 2-3. Detroit
13-0
At St Louis Philadelphia 5, SL
Louis 4.
ALEXANDER WINS
FOR CHICAGO TEAM;
BOSTON, Mass., July 15 Alexander J
pitched his first game since June 17
;md led Chicago to a 7 to 2 victory' to
day. Bases on balls by McQuillan and:
hits by Deal. Mann and Flack, to
gether with an error by Riggert, in'
the fourth, gave the Cubs 5 runs
Score: P. H. E.
rhlcago 000 502 0007 7 1
Boston 100 010 0002 7 2
Batteries Alexander and O'Far-
rell, Killefer; Killigim, McQuillan and
Gowdy.
COAST LEAGUE
CLUB STANDING.
W L. PcL
Ios Angeles 59 36 .670
ernon 63 40 621
San Francisco 49 45 .621
Salt Lake 45 43 .511
Portland 42 48 .467
Oakland 41 51 .4 60
Seattle 37 50 .425
Sacramento 38 63 418
Yesterday's Results.
At Salt Lake Salt Lake 11, Port
land 10
At Sacramento Sacramento 9. Oak
Land i.
HOME RUN GIVES
GAMEJO BEES
SALT LAKE, July 15 Salt Lake
won the opener of the Portland series
here today, by a score of 11 to 10 it
was a tie in the eighth, but Sheely s
home run decided the issue in favor of
tho locals. The score
PORTLAND.
AB. R. H. PO. A E
Blue, lb 5 0 2 10 2 0
Westers!!, Ob 4 i 2 1 0 0
Speas, If 6 1 2 4 0 o1
W alker, cf 5 1 1 4 11 0
Siglln. 2b 5 2 2 3 4 2
I Baker, c 3 2 0 1 1 0
Rader. ss 3 1 0 5 5 0
Cox, rf 5 1 2 1 0 0i
Isutherland, p . . .. 2 0 1 1 2 0'
! Sc hroeder, p 1 0 0 i 1 0
jTarnier 1 0 0 0 0 0
I
Totals 40 10 1130 15 2
Batted for Sutherland in eighth.
None out when winning run was
scored.
SALT LAKE
AB. R H. PO. A. E. J
Maggert, cf 3 3 1 3 0 li
Krug, 2b 0 0 0 0 0 0
Smith, 2b 5 0 1 5 5 0
Mulvey, If 5 1 0 2 1 0
Rumler, rf 6 3 3 1 0 u
Sheely, lb 5 2 4 11 0 0
Johnson, ss 5 0 1 6 6 0
! Mulligan. 3b 4 0 1 1 0 1
Ip.vler. c 5 0 0 4 5 0
. Leverenz, p 1 0 0 0 0 0
I Dale, p 4 2 3 0 1 0
Totals 43 11 14 33 18 2
Score by Innings.
Portland
nuns u4 uuu 14 u uu iu,
Hits 122 002 030 1011
Salt Lake
Runs 100 144 000 0111 j
i Hits 101 244 100 0114.
Summary. Three-base hit Rumler 1
Home runs Speas, Sheely. Sacrifice
hit Smith. Sacrifice fly Sutherland. !
Stolen bases Blue, Westerzil, Mag
gert Base on balls Off Sutherland 5,1
Schroeder 1, Leverenz 6, Dale 2.1
Struck out By Dale 3. Runs respon
sible for Sutherland 10, Schroeder 1.
Leverenz 3, Dale 1. Credit victory to
Dale. Charge defeat to Schroeder.
'Ten runs, 13 hits and 32 at bat off
ISutherland in 7 innings; 6 runs, 5 hits
and 12 at bat off Leverenz in two plus!
'innings, out in third, bases full, none;
out and three balls on batter. Left on I
bases Portland 6, Salt Lake 7. First I
I base on errors Portland 2, Salt Lake
1. Double play Rader to Blue. Wild
pilch Sutherland. Time of game
Two hours and thirty-five minutes.
Umpires Held and Eason
TEAMS TRAVELING.
LOS ANGELES, July 15. Los Ang
ides game postponed, traveling.
Seattle San Francisco game po.-t
poned, traveling
SACRAMENTO 9, OAKLAND 4.
SACRAMENTO, Cal . July 15
Score: R. H. E.
Oakland 4 10 1
Sacramento 9 14 2
Batteries. Falkenburg and Mitzp;
Vance, Prough and Cook.
NATIONAL HAGUE
CLUB STANDING
W L Pet.
New York 46 23 667
Cincinnati .49 25 .662 1
Chicago 42 33 .5601
Pittsburgh 38 36 .514 !
Brooklyn 37 36 511
St. Louis 29 49 372 1
Boston 26 44 371
Philadelphia 20 47 .299
Yesterday's Results
At Boston Chicago 7, Boston 2
At Brooklyn Brooklyn-St. Louis, no
game, rain
At New York New York-Pittsburgh
no game, rain
At Philadelphia - Philadelphia-Cincinnati,
no game, rain
MEEHAN SEEKS TO
HGHTDEMPSEV
SAN FRANCISCO July 15. Willie
Meenan, a heavyweight boxer of this
city, says he is entitled to a match
with Tnrlr 1 ) r. m njoi t li o r c ? ,-r.Tl.l
champion Friends of Meehan, as well
as local follower;-; of boxing, believe
there la merit in his demand for a
meeting with the titleholder, although
they are not predicting anything much
for Willie in (he light of what Demp
sey did to Willard at Toledo.
M'-ehan's claim is based on the fact
that he holds n four-round decision
over Dempsey. This bout was fought
in San Franeisco last vcar at one of
the war benefits held here All the
sport writers confirmed the decision
of the referee in their accounts of the
bout
Sporting men are of the opinion
that, ! bnli ally Dempsey s record will
not be clear until he has defeated
Meehan, but there are few who will
concede Meehan a chance to win in
a twelve or twenty-round bout.
Call on J. J. Brummitt al
2417 Hudson avenue, if you
want to sell your Liberty
bonds. Phone 59.
MRS. TRUC, COM? OUT) I J CWT COCT OjT ftowl ll
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By WALT MASON.
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OUTDOORS.
I have a home that's pretty slit k B
mansion made of wood and brick th
window panes are mostly glass, the
I doorknob is of rosth brass. And there
are screens to keep out flies, and in the
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS !
S MELEP 1 I tfUW 5HE frfTWW To I I WAD A WovJDERFUL PE5T - WEARLW MOPMIG PAPER. 1 T rJk I REAWMG PAPS M
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? THE KATZIES
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pantry there are pies; electric fans
kick up a breeze when torried summer f
days displease. Oh, there a man In '
peace might rest, and feel that he waa
doubly blest, if he had sense enough I
to stay in that large dwelling resher-
hay. But summer makes a man in-
sane, some doodle-bug infest his
brain; he leaves his mansion for a
shack in sylvan glade or mountain IL
'rack; he scraps with bugs through
weary nights, and suffers from mos- I
quito bites; he packs his wood from
distant piles, and carries water nine- 1
teen miles, and lives on beans and has
no pies and. spoils his larynx cussing It
flies. I have a home that's slick as t
grease, and there, if sane, I'd live in h
peace, all modern comforts at com- t
niand, and bowls of ice cold fizz at
band. But here I sit in a cheap coop, 1
where mountain lions round me wboop, j
and drink warm water when I'm dry. L
and never see a white man's pie; I'm
burned and blistered by the sun, and
try to think I'm having fun f
LITTLE BENNY'S
NoteBook I
By LEE PAPE
LANGWIDGE. j
Langwidge is wat we Ixpress our H
thaWta with and keep peeple frum
imiJing out wat we are reely think- j
The langwidge you speek depends
cn wat country you was born in Jest !
by luck without your consent. If a I
ehild is born in Prants started to speek I
Germin Its parents would look at r. I
In serprize. Everybody thinks their H
jown langwidge is the only one worth
(tawking and wen you see 3 ferriners I
tawkin fornn together you wonder II
j how they can understand each other.
If it wasent for langwidge you
wouldent know the names of thing H
i to call them by, and pointing would H
! be mutch more polite on account of !
bi Lng mutch more necessery If you f
dideiu know eny langwidge and you r
wunted to mention a cow you would
Hafl to say Moo moo. If you wunted
in mentlo red . cow you wouldent
hardly know wat to say.
Several werda in a strate row with
a period on the end make a sentence,
and sevi ral sentences sumtimes make
sents. Most books should start to be
red at th' b ginning, but a dictionerry
Jean be started enywares with equal j"
plezzure. I
Wen babies wunt sumthing they j
make sounds wich nobody cant under
stand exsepi themselves, ony they I
are BUtch fearse sounds that the ba- 1
bies genrelly get wat they wunt any- H
way This proves that langwidge is
more of a luxury than wat it is of a I
necessity i
Wen a dog wuuts to ixpress a thawt
very mutch he can bark and wagg his
itale at the same time, so if you dont L
understand him at one end you mite
'al the other.
I i
HOW ABOUT EFFICIENCY?
Chicago. At a meeting of ne
western f!i lency society one speaker '
suited that something like 1U per cent
of the manulacturers have no knowl
e.?. of costs whatever but has.? their II
judgment upon the acts of their com- I
petitors.
Reports showed that many iirms
are considering some form of dealing
With their employes without recogniz- j,
ing the trade union principle.
A. R. Mclntyre Drug Co.
Ke.id the Classified Ada.

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