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J OGDEN WINS
H ft Ogden won the fourth game of the
B ml series from Helena Friday after-
ffl noon, the Bcore being 9 to 4. Mears
Jj uarted to pitch for Helena. He al-
n g lowed two runs in the third and in
Ml E Ne fourth he filled the bases and then
I, A gave Byrd the ball. Byrd tossed one
n u over and Schimpff hit it for two
Da ancks, cleaning the bases and putting
I k9 over four runs in a bunch. In the
jRHj seventh inning the locals got two more
In ruDB D e'ena didn't get a start in
llfl the ame Knight pitched for the
IB Ogden team and allowed 12 hits. The
'II locals got the samo number of hits
H fiom the Helena pitchers. Wessler
made the only home run of the game.
jjfg AB.R.BH.PO.A. E.
; ifl Wessler, rf . 4 2 3 1 0 0
, Schimpff, 2b 3 0 2 3 C 0
Wahlen, 3b 5 1 1 2 4 1
Stone, If 5 0 1 0 0 0
Van, lb 4 0 2 14 1 0
fm Murray, cf ... 3 1 I 1 0 0
Wood, ss 4 2 3 2 2 2
( Knight, p 2 10 0 4 0
fl Perglns, c '..2-2 1 4 1 0
:l Totals 32 9 12 27 IS 3
; ABR.BH.PO. A. E.
pH Menges, 3b 5 1 2 G 5 1
ijd Quigley, 2b 4 l l 3 2 0
;; Killilay, cf a 1 1 4 1 0
ML Lussl, lb 4.1 3 10 1 0
tHi Sullivan, if 3 0 1 0 0 0
If M Sadofsky, ss 5 0 2 2 o 0
IJMfl Thompson, If 4 0 1 0 0 1
Iff! Baker, c 3 0 1 2 3 0
f IHI Mears, p 1 0 0 0 2 0
flH B'rd. P 2 0 0 0 0 0
H Totals 36 4 12 27 19 2
fl Ogden 0 0 2 5 0 0 2 0 09
H9 Helona 0 0 10 0 0 3 0 04
9 Summary: Stolen bases Whalen,
9 Murray, "Wood (3), Knight, Lussi.
19 Sacrifice hits Schimpff, Knight.
W& Quigley, Baker. Two-base hits
Ill Schimpff, Whalen, Menges, Quigley,
J III Killilay, Lussl (2). Home run Wes
BuSa sler- Double plays Quigloy to Lussl;
1 1 Menges to Lussl; Killilay to Lussl;
Schimpff to Van; Knight to Whalen
t oVan. Hits Off Mears, 5 in 3 2-3
Innings; off Byrd, 7 In 5 1-3 innings.
Bases on balls Off Mears, 4; off
Eyrd, 1; off Knight, 2. Struck out
By Byrd, 1; by Knight, 3. Hit by
pitcher By Byrd, Schimpff; by
Knight, Byrd. Passed balle Baker
(2). Time 2 hours. Umpire
MISSOULA AGAIN LEADS.
Zamlock pitched a tight game Fri
day afternoon, and Missoula won
from Great Falls by a score of 8 to 1,
going to the head of the percentage
column again with little difficulty.
Bitrolff pitched for the pennant Win
ers. Pprrlne and Changnon, of Mis
soula each got a home run. Bitrolff
and Zamlock each fanned 5 men.
BUTTE DEFEATS SKYSCRAPERS.
Pitching for Butte Friday afternoon,
Klein held the Salt Lake bunch down
to one hit and one run on n scratch
until the eighth inning and then he
blow up, letting four runs get past
him beforo he surrendered the mound
to Dell. The score was 'a tie In the
eighth, but Butte got two runs in the
last frame while Salt Lake was un
able to make but one. The Score was
7 to G and it dropped the Skyscrapers
back to second place in the percent
age column. The scorer
Spencer. If 3 1 1 3 1 0
Bauer, cf 4 1 0 1 0 0
Davis, rf 4 1 1 5 0 0
Devereaux, 3b 3 1 1 0 1 0
Orr, ss '...4 1 2 2 3 0
Pendleton, 2b 4 0 1 3 1 1
Abbott, lb 4 0 0 4 0 0
Weaver, c 3 1 1 C 2 1
Dressan, p 4 ,0 0 0 0 0
Totals ..., 33 G 7 24 8 2
Moorehead, cf 5 0 2 4 0 0
Dockstader, If 4 1 2 1 1 0
Levy, ss 3 0 1 1 2 1
Mathes, 2b 2 1 0 3 3 1
Whaling, lb 3 1 2 9 0 1
Stovall, rf 4 1 2 1 0 0
Jackson, c . 4 0 1 S 1 0
McXamaia, 3b 4 2 1 0 4 1
Klein, p 3 1 1 0 1 0
Dell, p 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 33 7 12 27 12 4
Salt Lake 0 1000004 1 G
Butte 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 2 7
Summary Left on bases Salt
Lake, 8; Butte, 8. Stolen bases
Davis 2, Weaer. 1 Two-base hits
Whaling 2, Levy 1, Devereaux 1. Dou
ble plays Orr to Abbott, Bauer to
Weaver to Orr. Runs batted In by
Whaling 1, by Jackson J, by Dock-
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stader 1, by Levy 2, by Devorcaux 2,
by Orr 1, by Weaver 1. Innings
pitched by Kloln 7 1-2, by Dell 1 2-3.
Base hits off Klein 4, off Dell 3 Le
giU at bata against Klein 27, against
Dell S. Struck out by Dressan A, by
Klein 6, by Dell 2. Bases on balls
off Dressaa 3, off Klein 5, ofe Dell
2. lilt by pitched ball Dockstader, by
Dressan. Tlmo of game 2:00. Um
Philadelphia 10, Brooklyn 7.
At Philadelphia Brooklyn broke
oven in a double header here. Phila
delphia won the first game 6 to 4, and
Brooklyn landed the second S to 4 In
the second game Curtis 'of the home
team was knocked unconscious bv a
drive off Wheat's bat whloh. bounded
off tho ground and struck the pitch
er In the face. Curtis was forced to
leave the game. Score:
First game R. H. E.
Brooklyn 4 7 0
Philadelphia ...6 10 1
Batteries Ragon and Miller; Rlxey
Schulz, Alexander and Dooln.
Two-base hits Wheat, Ragon, Lo
bert, Magee, Dooln 2, Luderus, North
ern. Three-base hit Cutshaw. Home
New York 10, Boston 3.
At New York New York ran I to
winning streak to eleven victories by
twice defeating Boston. R. H.E.
Boston 2 10 4
New York .-. . . 10 13 0
Batteries Donnelly and Rarlden;
Mathewson and Myers, Wilson.
Second game R. h. E.
Brooklyn 8 9 2
Philadelphia 4 7 2
Batteries Barger and Erwin; Cur
tis, Seaton and Dooln. Killlfer.
St. Louis 8, Cincinnati 5.
At Cincinnati St. Louis won the
first game of the series with Cincin
nati by hard and timely hitting. Tay
lor, a recruit from the United States
league, relieved him, but was no im
provement. Score: R. H. E.
St. Louis 8 14 0
Cincinnati 5 9 1
Batteries Harmon, -Sallee and
Bresnahan; Fromme, Tavlor and
Chicago 3, Pittsburgh 0.
At Chicago Lavender held Pitts
burgh to one hit, Chicago winning the
opening game of the series 3 to 0.
Lavender made three hits, one a dou
ble, in as many times at bat.
Score: R. H.E.
Chicago 311 0
Pittsburgh " 0 l 0
Batteries Lavender and Archer;
Robinson and Gibson.
Detroit 10, Chicago 9.
At Detroit Detroit won a slugging
match from Chicago here, 10 to 9. the
winning run coming in the tenth In
ning when, with the bases filled, Benz
passed Louden, forcing Cobb home."
Chicago tied the scoro in tho ninth bT
bunching four hits with a base on
balls. Fielding on both sides was
brilliant Score: R H E
Detroit 30 'l5' o
Chicago 9 14 o
Batteries Dubuc, Lake and Stan
age; White. Benz and Kuhn.
Hits Off white 13 in 8 innings; off
Benz, 2 in 1 2-3; off Dubuc. 13 in 8
1-3; of Lake 1 in 1 2-3. Two-base
hits Bush, Moriarity. Louden. Col
lins, Fournier. Struck out White 1
Benz 1. Bases on balls White 4, Benz
1. Dubuc 2. Lake 1. Passed balls
Stanage 2. Hit by pitcher By White 2'
" Boston 5, New York 4.
At Boston Boston won both games
from New York, making eleven
straight for the season. The scores
were 5 to 4 and 6 to 4. Scores
First game r, h. E.
Boston 5 11 2
New York 4 9 5
Batteries Bedient, Hall and Carrl
gan; Ford and Sweeney.
Second game r, h. E.
Boston Sll' 2'
New York 4 s 5
Batteries Collins. Bodient and Car.
rlgan; Warhop and Street.
Philadelphia 4, WaBhlngton 3.
At Washington, D. C Philadelphia
took both games of a double header
from Washington, 4 to 3 and 5 to 4.
Vaughn was hit timely in the first
game and Bender had to quit in the
sixth, Coombs not allowing a hit in
tho remaining innings.
In the second gamo, Washington
had a lead of four runs but Phila
delphia knocked Pelty out of the box
in the ninth and won in the tenth off
Pohnsoiu Score: R, h. e,
Philadelphia 4 5 2
Washington 3 7 1
Batteries Bender. Coombs and
Thomas; Vaughn, Englo and Henry.
Two-base hits Lord, Mclnnos.
Three-base hits Baker, Gandl. Hits
Off Bender, 7 in 6 innings; Coombs,
none In 3 innings Vaughn. G in 8
innings; Engle, 2 in 1 Inning. Struck
out By Bender 1, Vaughn 2, Coombs
Second game R. H. E
Philadelphia 1 5 10
Washington 0 4 3
Batteries Morgan, Honck, Pennock I
and Lapp; Pelty. Johnson and Aain
smith. Two-base hits Galdil, Walker.
Baker. Three-base hits Egan. Hits
Off Morgan 3 in 7 Innings; Houck,
nlno in 1 inning. Pennock, nono in 2
innings; Pelty, 9 in 9 Innings; John
son, 1 in 1 Inning. First on balls
Off. Morgan 4, Pelty 1, Pennock 2,
Johnson 1. First base- on errors
Philadelphia 1, Washington 2.
Struck out B3' Morgan 3, Pelty 4,
Houck 1, Ponnock 2, Johnson 1.
Cleveland 6, St. Louis 3.
At SL Louis Bunched extra base
hits and brilliant base, running gave
Cleveland jesterday's gamo with St
Louis by a scoro of G to 3. Score:
R, H. E.
Cleveland . . 6 15 1
St Louis 3 5 0
Batteries Kahler and O'Neill; Nel
son, Hamilton and Stephens.
Two-base hits Jackson 2. Three
base hits Turner. Griggs, Jackson,
Pratt Base on balls Hamilton 2,
Nelson 2, Kahler 5. Struck out By
Hamilton 2, by Nelson 1, bv Kahler 3.
Hits Off Hamilton 11 In 5 2-3 In
nings; off Nelson, 4 in 3 1-3 innings
Time 1:55. Umpires Connolly and
San Francisco 6. Oakland 3.
At San Francisco Score- R. II. E.
Oakland 3 fi 0
San Francisco C 10 2
Batterles-t-DurbIn and Rohrer; Del
hi and Schmidt.
Vernon 1, Sacramento 0.
At Sacramento, Cal. Score:
R. H. E.
Vernon 1 2 2
Sacramento 0 2 2
Batteries Stewart and Agrew;
Hughes and Kritz, Cheek.
Portland 6, Los Angeles 5.
At Los Angeles Score: R. H. E.
Los Angeles 5 9 2
Portland G 9 1
Batteries Toser nnd Brooks; Hig
ginbotham and Fisher,
At Missoula:, Great Falls, 1; Mis
At Helena. Ogden, 9; Helena, 4.
At Butte: Salt Lake. 6; Butte, 7.
At Wichita: Wichita, 7; Topeka, 3.
At Omaha. Omaha, 13; St. Joseph,
At Des Moines: Dos Moines, 3;
Sioux City. .
At Denver: Lincoln, C; Denver. 5.
Tacoma 7. Spokane 4.
At Tacoma Score. R. H. E.
Spokane 4 7 2
Tacoma 7 G 1
Batteries Leonard, Noycs and De
vogt; Gordon and Crittenden.
Seattle 3, Portland 1.
At Portland Score' R. II. E.
Portland 1 9 3
Seattle 3 10 1
Batteries Doty and Moore; Fuller
ton and Harris.
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Vancouver 13, Victoria 7.
At Victoria, B. C Score: R. H. E.
Vancouver 13 17 2
Victoria 7 13 2
Batteries Clark and Lewis; Narve
son and Meek.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
Won. Lont Pet
Missoula 40 20 .6G7
Salt Lako 39 21 .650
Great Falls 34 24 .586
Butte 37 37 .500
Helena 22 39 .361
Ogden 20 41 .328
Von. Lost Pet
New York 49 11 .817
Chicago 31 24 .58C
Pittsburg 35 25 .5S3
Cincinnati 33 31 .508
Brooklyn 25 33 .431
St. Louis :.2G 40 .394
Philadelphia 21 33 .389
Boston 19 4G .292
Won. Iost Pet
Boston 44 21 .677
Chicago 38 2G .594
Philadelphia 37 27 .57S
Washington 3S 29 .567
Cleveland 30 31 .4S2
Detroit 31 35 .470
New York 18 41 .305
St. Louis 17 43 .285
' Won. Lost Pet.
Cloumbus 50 27 .649
Toledo 46 27 .630
Minneapolis 13 26 .623
Kansas City 35 36 .493
Indianapolis 29 31 .4S3
St. Paul 39 13 I7G
Milwaukee 31 42 .425
Louisville 24 45 .348
Won Lost Pet
St Joseph 37 29 .561
Omaha 37 29 .554
Des Moines 34 30 .531
Wichita 3C 32 .529
Sioux City 34 32 .515
Denver 33 35 .4S5
Lincoln 26 36 .419
Topeka 25 3S .397
Won. Lost. Pet
Vernon 50 31 .617
Oakland 46 34 .575
Los Angeles 44 35 .557
Sacramonto 32 25 .478
San Francisco 33 47 .413
Portland 30 43 .411
Won. Lost. Pet
Seattle 39 30 .565
Spokane 34 33 .507
Vancouver 35 30 .193
Portland 33 35 .4S5
Tacoma 32 35 .47S
Victoria 32 26 .171
IN AOfO ACCIDENT
Denver, June 29. "Sandy" Gris
wold, sporting editor of the Omaha
World -Herald, Robert Edgren, sport
ing editor of the New York World
and F. C Hurley, an Omaha sport
enthusiast, with Hurley's chauffeur,
while enrouto in an automobile to
Las Vegas, N. M., to attend tho
'Johnson-Flynn fight, plunged Into
Stanley Lake near Brighton early
yesterday when the driver dozed and
failed to take a turn In the road Tho
car plunged into fifteen feet of water
and Is still at the bottom of the lake.
The men swam to shore.
I The four passengers talked to Den
vor. a distance of nineteen miles.
They wore neither hats, coats nor
shoes when they arrived at a local
hotel, their garments having gone ot
the bottom of the lake in the car.
STOVALL PLANS TO
BUILD NEW TEAM
St Louis. June 29,; Manager George
Stovall of the St. Louis Browns, in his
announced plans to build a new team
of youngsters, already has several
foundation stones for his structure,
an done of them is Derrlll Pratt, who
came up from the Montgomery team
of the Southern league. Stovall has
had some trouble, however, in making
this stone fit. Pratt came as a sec
ond baseman, but in that position he
has not shown what was expected.
But If he has failed in that particular
ho has made good as a hitter, and on
being shifted to tho outfield demon
strated that he would do as 'a made
over player Pratt has much to
learn, but be Is young, last year be
ing practically his first In profession
al company, and he Is a certainty on
tho new Browns. If Colonel Hedges'
BCouts can dig up a few more like
him in their searching, Stovall will be
gin to see his hopes of a new and
better team realized.
SUTER AND RAFERTY
ARE DISPOSED OF
San Francisco. June 29,. Cal Eff
ing announced the salo of two of the
Seals this afternoon. Harry Suter was
disposed of to the Portland Coast
league toam and Tom Raffcrty was
sold back to tho Wilkes-Barre club
in the New York State league, from
which club he joined the Seals.
This is the first ot the weeding out
process In the local team. Before it is
completed the fans will hardly recog
nize the Seals if the present plans ore
lived up to.
"Moso" Suter has been slow inx
rounding into shape for tho local man
agement, btt Avhen ho is right he will
doubtless be a valuable man on the
Rafferty's work has not hcen satis
factory at all times, and ns tho
Wtlkcs-barre team valued his services
more highly than Ewlng and Frank
Ish, they decided to sell him to tho
club from which he uine.
ADAMS FANS THIRTY-TWO.
Scout Kelschner, gumshoeing in
Pennsylvania for the Browns, has
landed a pitcher named Adams from
Albright colloge who Is said to have
struck out thirty-two men In two
AFTER LABOR DAY
Jack Johnson states thnt just as
soon as he disposes ot Jim Flynn ho
will take on all comers in a fight
a week until Lahor day. "Then, me
for my gilded cafe In Chicago,"
quoths the champion. "I will bo a
has-been after Labor day. But not
John O. Tai ott, the Denver Sport
ing man, who is Tom Corbetting at
the Flynn-Johnson attraction, or, in
superior English, serving as the of
ficial betting commissioner, still has
plenty of 10 to 4 money. However,
he ellugs to his original belief and
prophesies that the betting will be
10 to "7, if not tighter, the day of tho
Flynn and Johnson are getting their
full quota of the bug letters. One
wise Chicago gent slipped Lll' Artha
the information recently that he had
constructed a training apparatus that
would permit the dusky one to lay in
the feathers and go through a full
course of work. By pulling chains
and strings, Johnson could accomp
lish mo3t everything from punching
the bug to swinging Indian clubs.
HAYES CALLS OFF
BOUT WITH NELSON
New York, June 29. Being unable
to come Co an agreement on terms,
Grover Hayes, the Chicago lightweight
has called off his ten-round bout with
Battling Nelson which was to have
been decided at Winnipeg, Canada, on
the afternoon of July 4. It Is said
that the club officials only wanted
to give Hayes a few hundred dollars
for his sorvlces, wihile they were
willing to hand Nelson $1,000 for his
LOSES RACING HOUND8.
William Donnlthornc of 912 East
Park street, official judge of the
Butte Coursing club, lost four valua
ble racing hounds Monday. The dogs,
which wero poisoned with strychnine,
wore named Broadway Bell, Brooklyn J
Bridge, Beauty Bright and Big Ben. '
The two former were worth $100 each fl
and Broadway Boll gave promise of L
developing Into one of the fastest 0 I; "
dogB In tho country. M
Mr. Donnlthorne says that he is -
not aware of having made any ene- I
mics and cannot understand why his ) 1
dogs Bhould have been poisoned. Tho S ,
gato leading into tho dog yard was m
found unlatchod, so the vandals mii3t m
have gained admittance from the JU,
rear. This is the second time that If,
Mr. Donnithorno has been unlucky.
Five years ago he lost a kennel, of H '
five dogs in Salt Laho at the Red- B
mond fire. M
PACKEY AND MAYOR jlf
ARE WARM FRIENDS rT
New York, Juno 29. Packcy Mc- IS 4
Farland is a boxer who enjoys "an in- glu
tlmato acquaintance with many gover- mac
nors, mayors and "big" men of differ- 9
ont professions. Billy Gibson tells a Mjk
story about his meeting with Packoy Wi
In Chicago once when ho wont west mB
to sign Packey for a match at his jR
club in this town. jm
"Would you like to drop in and see B
tho mayor?" aslced Packoy. H
"Hum," said Gibson. "Yes, I think
I would. Do you know some one who .St.
might introduce me?" W'
"Oh, I guess that will be all right," H-
Packeo assured him. H)
They went to the mayor's office. . '.
Outside in the hall a police sergeant W!
stood on guard He shook hands with ml
Packey. "Is the mayor in?" McFar- V
land asked. 'm
"Come on," said Packoy to Bill. And K
he tapped on the door and pranced
right in. The mayor rose from his
chair and shook Packey's hand, After B.
the Introductions the mayor turned to M
Gibson and said. M
,"You can havo our "boy for a little M
while, but don't keep him too long, W'
We like to have him around." ' It
"Can you beat that?" asked Gib- ifi
son when tolling the story. W
NAPS SIGN TARBELL. Vt
Cleveland, June 29. The Cleveland If
team of the American league has 13
signed Tarbell, an Indian, who has 1
pitched for St Michael's college, near wf
Bennington, Vt. n
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