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3HE DAILY STANDARD OGEStf UTAH T1UESDAY AUGUST 4 1910
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SPORTS
OW JEffRIES
LOST HIS NERVE
By Eddie Smith
Oakland Aug lThere was some
thing the matter with me They suro
did something to me and it will all
come out some day For the first
time since his defeat at Rono Jeffries
has unburdened himself of his feel
ings regarding tho reasons for his
losing the big light
Bat Maaterson Ib tolling of the
groat gun fighters of the days of the
western frontier gives us an idea of
the kind of dopo used on Jeffries In
relating the stories or somo great
fights with the gun and some of the
gamest of the deathdefying warriors
Bat tries to define the difference bo
twecn nerve and courage He does
this something utter the following
fashion Nerve is an indefinable
something that keeps c man cool and
makes his aim perfect oven In tho
face of death A man may have the
courage to go into battle with another
and be just as insistent on a light
for his life as tho other fellow and
yet when tho time comes when he
must hoop cool and take deliberate
aim his nerve will fall him and tho
man who has perhaps been less in
sistent ou the fight will keep cool in
the face of death and with steady
nerve prove the best man with the
gun There Is no defining this thing
called nerve and yot It is the most
essential thing a man must have to
be a good fighter olllior with his lists
or with a gun Courage is necessary
but nerve more so That tells the
story of tho dope given Jeffries He
had tho courage to enter tho ring
with Johnson and was confident of
winning right up to tho time when he I
required the nerve ns explained by
Mahterson and then no fell down
Lack of nerve was the dope
In the above statement there Is a
world of suspicion that the trainers
or somo one of them doped him It
has been claimed by tho Jeffries fam
ily that It was several days after the
contest before the big fellow had
thoroughly recovered his mental fac
ulties or In other words until he was i
really back to his normal state of
mind We have no doubt as to this
fact but the tall about dope Is all
bosh Jeffries was not doped by any
one in his camp or by any one other
than his trainers The story is get
ting old and we suppose no attention
should be paid to tho assertion that
dopo might havo been used but then
there are tho trainers and managers
of Jeffries who are tntitled to some
protection Every time that Jeffries
and those of his immediate surround
ing refer to the dopo rory they cast
u shadow of suspicion on every man
In the camp and this IB hardly tho
right thing to do Jeffries is credited
with making tho above statement and
no doubt did If so ho should im
mediately tell whom he suspects and
not have the people guessing and
suspecting every one connected with
tho camp It Is the opinion of the
writer that Billy Delaney and the
crowd were tho ones to dope Jeffries
and not his trainers From the mo
ment that Delaney arrived at Reno
the dope started to work on Jeffries
and the excitement of entering tho
ring put ho final touches to the mud
dIed condition that Jeffries found him
self In Take it from me Jeffries wan
not doped and had no nervous hys
teria as had been published from
time to time Ho was frightened by
tho extreme coolness of the colored
man and the crowd Increasing ago
and long inactivity arc the things that
doped Jeffries for they robbed him
of all the courage that he ever pos
sessed and sent him into the ring a
shadow of his former self There was
no dope used There was no need
of it
Otto Floto is telling a good story
of how tho touts and showoff boys I
worked things at Reno I was com I
ing out of the Golden hotel one af
ternoon just a few days prior to the
contest says Otto when a fresh
young man rushed up to me and with
extended hand he said
Hello John how are you1
I looked at Ihe fellow and said
Youve made a mistake young man
my name Is not John
flint you John L Sullivauj ho
askedNo
No I replied
Well shako hands with me any
way and smile for I have Just told
my friends that you are John L Sul
livan and that I have known you for
a long time1 I shook hands with the
fellow and he loft to rejoin his
friends and as r passed down the
street they all followed mo with ad
miring eyes and the young fellow was
the hero of tho crowd
KUNG IS BETTER
THAN LAST YEAR
St Louis Aug 2 Whon Catcher
JoJhn KlIng rejoined tho Chicago Club
baseball team this season the ques
tion was asked Can he regain his
old form In batting and throwing
That query was In the mouths of
thousands of Cub fans who watched
his work with the keenest of interest
For a long while there was a doubt
of his being able to return to the
sumo condition he wan In when Man
ager Chancos crew finished the year
of 1908 with the championship of the
National league Later ho showed ha
was steadily aproachlng his foruior
trim At present there need bo no
doubt about it Ho IB as good as ho
cvnr was critics say
Second Baseman Johnny Kvcrs paid
be believed that the years rest had
done the backstop a world of goo i
Kiln looks as goodr if not hotter
than ho did in 190S said JJvers to
day One thing the rest did for hbu
was to revive some of the popper In
Lad many years ago Ho seems more
active behind the plato than hereto
fore as ho is continually talking now
which Is a good indication that he
is himself again Besides that ho
has more glnior on tho banes and
s tcm to takoinorq jntqrost in his
work than when he < quit the club
Up to that limp J llng jiajlbaon play
felt
Ing many years and foltTa little tired
of tho game and as if he needed the
rest and It certainly seems to have
dono him a whole lot of good 1
With Archer getting better ovory
oy Kllng will ba a great factor In
our winning the championship Tbat1
Kllu Is asgood as ho over was and j
that he will j continue to Improve id
shown by his work with the stick and
behind the bat When he first tv
turned ho was slow in evory uiovtf
wont and It was a task for him to
move around with alacrity Now it Is
thg opposite He trained with all
the energy he could command and
goes after foul fly balls and bunts
with tho speed that made him en
prominent In contests of years gone
by
Klings batting average alono Indi
cates that ho Is back in shape For
the entire season it is only about
215 but before the month Is over It
will bo much above those figures It
is within tho last three weeks that
hi3 real condition began to assert
Itself Manager Chance Is endeav
offing to keep Kling and Archer work
ing as much as possible although In
the last three weeks tho former has
caught a few more contests than his
ouncer teammate And that is what
has given an opportunity to regain
his batting eye His record for the
lust 13 games shows ho has been to
bit 43 times In that tlmo he se
cure 16 hits which gives him a bat
ling average of 372 Carry his work
back to the last 2 games his mark re
duces some For tho last 22 contests
he has gone to tho plate 776 times
made 22 hits which nets him an
average of 289
In the last 13 games Kling has
contributed timely hits and some were
for extra bases Ho Is credited with
five extra base raps one of which
was a homo run and the others
doubles He has scored eight runs
ills throwing which was faulty
when he returned is grand now and
ho gets the pill away from him with
more snap When he first worked he
was not letting the sphere go not
having the confidence In himself to
make tho accurate peg Manager
Chance need not worry now about
rhal clubs stealing many bases with
him backstopping as ho is lighter
than In 1908 and fools stronger
With two backstops lido Kllng and
Archer to receive tho wonderful
curves of Brown Reulbach Overall
Cole PfIester Richie and Kroh there
appears to bo little chance of any
team ousting the present leaders from
their exalted position The club is la
grand shape and will remain that way
unless accidents mar the perfect ma
cllno on the present Journey
I BASEBALL RESULTS II i
NATIONAL
Won Lost PC
Chicago 61 30 670
Ilttsburg 52 37 564
New York 52 38 578
Cincinnati 46 47 426 I
Philadelphia 45 46 495
St Louis oo 3D 55 415
Brooklyn 38 54 413
Boston 35 61 315
AMERICAN
Van Lost pe
Philadelphia 62 31 667
Boston 57 37 606
New York 56 as 591
Detroit 52 13 517
Cleveland 12 47 472
nshllglon 38 55 409
Chlcago 16 57 387
Sl Louis oo n 61 90
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 0 Bostln 5
BOSTON Mass Aug 3B05ton
broke Its losing streak by winning a
doubleheader from Cincinnati today
the first game 5 to 4 and the second
5 to 0 Bunched hits won both
games Score
First game
R H E
Cincinnati 4 7 0
Boston 5 9 2
Batteries Suggs and McLean
Frock Curtis and Graham
Second game
R H E
Cincinnati 0 4 5
Boston 5 0 2
Batteries Burns Gaspar and
Clarke Mattoni and Smith
Chicago 3 Now York 0
NEW YORK Aug 3Wllh Pfeis
ter pitching Chicago today defeated
New York 3 to 0 Tho Cubs south
paw while not quite as effective 13
Wiltse was steadier and received su
perior support Tinker and Evers
each made sensational stops Scoro
R H E
Chicago 5 6 0
New York 0 7 2
Batteries Pfeistcr and Archer
Wiltse and flyers
Pittoburg 5 Philadelphia 4
PHILADELPHIA Aug 3Pltt5
burg won both games of a double
header here today lu the first game
Philadelphias errors proved costly
while In the second game PIttsburg
bunched hits to better effect that the
homo team Mageos batting was tho
feature In eight trips to the plate
In lie two contests be made a homo
run a threebagger two twobaggers
and two singles and was hit by a
pitched ball Scoro
First game
IL If E
Pittshurg 4 G 0
Philadelphia 1 3 3
tcrlesLoH1cld and Gibson
Moron and Dooiu
Second gamo
1 R II E
PIttsburg oo 3 10 1
Philadelphia 4 10 2
Batteries Philllppi Camnilz and
Gibson EwIng and Moran
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 4 New York 2
CLEVELAND Aug Cleveland
rallied in the eighth Inning today and
aided by JuluntJ two wild pitches
won out from Now York 4 to 2
Quinn drove in both New Yorks runs
Scoro
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Cleveland 1 7 1
New York 2 6 1
Batteries Falkenborg and Bemis
Quinn and Criger
Chicago 1 Philadelphia 2
CHICAGO Aug 3Br mixing Ba
lms single a wild pitch and Mullenu
muff of Murphys fly in the ninth
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Philadelphia won today from Chicago
Score
R H E
Chicago 1 4 1
Philadelphia 2 8 0
Batteries Young and Payne Ben
der and Thomas
WESTERN LEAGUE
At Wichita Wichita 2 DCS Moines I
1 y
At Topela Oinaba S1 Topeka 4 I
i n n ncr1r came Denver 6
Sioux City 5 11 Jnilncp second
game Sioux City 4 Denver 0
nusas Guy Toledo 1 Kansas
City 2
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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
At SL Paul Indianapolis 4 St
Paul 3 vv
At Minneapolis Louisville 6 1I1In
neapolis 2 y
At Milwaukee ColumbusMIlkau
ke game postponed rain
At St WashlngtonSL Louts
game postponed rain
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COAST LEAGUE
At Los AngeTtss zLos Angeles 2
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Vernon 3
At San FranciscoPortland 2 Oak
land 3
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
At Seattle Sjiokiue of Seattle 3
At Vancoiner Tacoma 1 Vancou
ver 4
RESULTS AT
BUTTE MH
BUTTE MONT Aug 3The Ham
ilton handicap the fourth race of the
day at the track of the Butte Jockey
club was todays feature Edwin F
Fryer winning In a manner that af
forded a spectacle of pretty racing
Gaugcl today piloted Ornate at 10 to
1 to victory In the second raco and
he just mIssed getting Bantbel first
under tho wire at odds of 7 to 1
Results
First race five furlongs selling
AJaxle 102 Radtkc S to fit won
Flying 112 Gauge 3 to 2 second
Young Belle 105 Smith 9 to 2
third Time 101 15
Second racc6 12 furlongs soiling
Ornate 103 Gaugel 10 to 1 won
Coonskin 100 ICoderls S to 5 sec
ond Jack OLauterD 109 Vogt 3
to 2 third Time 121 15
Third raco five furlongs soiling
On Parole 105 Gauge oven won
Hannah Louise 105 Klrseth 6 to
1 second Arlonotte 107 M Nelson
5 to 1 third Time 100 25
Fourth race mHo and sixteenth
tho Hamilton Hauulcap Edwin R
Fryer 119 Lindhorst 8 to 5 won i
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Round and Round 100 ildcn 6 I
to 2 second Ocean Queen 103 An
derson 3 to 1 third Time 147
Fifth race one mile selling Char
lie Doherty 114 M Nelson 8 to 5
won llanthel 107 Gaugel 7 to 1
second Mbprlsclon 107 Page 10
to 1 third Time 112 25
Sixth race futurity course selling
Platoon 111 Fischer 6 to 1 won
Swagorlatpr 111 Taylor 2 to 1 sec
ond Gramercy 106 Colton 7 to 1
third Time 110 45
FOLLIELEVY WfNS
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v EMPIRE CITY Aug 3The fea
ture of the card today wan the Ar
row Selling stakes which resulted in
a very easy victory f6r the 1 to2
favorlto Folllo Levy She was under
a strong pull during the early part
tut In the stretch came with a rush
and won easily by a length
First race six furlongs Big Stick
13 to 6 won Salvatllo 4 to 1 second
DorainuB Arvl 7 to 2 third Time I
112 25
Second race five and a halt fur I
louss Inva Belle 11 to 10 won
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Busy Miss 15 to 1 second Ayarao 3 J
to 1 third Time 107 35
Third race mile and twenty yard
Superstition 5 to 1 won Apache
5 to 2 second Nimbus 3 to 5 third
Time 142 15
Fourth race six furlongsFollle
Levy 1 to 2 won Moxoana 5 to 1
second Tubal 10 to 1 third Time
111 45
Filth race six furlongsStar Char
ter 4 to 1 won i Shackleton 9 to 5
second Hectagon 3 to 1 third Time
112 45
Sixth race mile ana twenty yards
Nethermost 50 to 1 won Harvey
F 8 to 1 second Wander 9 to 2
third fIIJlel42
lITHE MARf WINS
1000J S AKfS
DETROIT lUg 3The Merchants
and Manufacturers 10000 stake was
won easily in straight heats at the
fair grounds by the little black mar
Dudle Archdalo with the veteran
Goers in the sulk Tho race was
too one sided to be exciting and the
odds of 3 to 1 on Dudle Archdale min
imized Interest In tho betting To
days feature was the third S10000
mature that the black trotter hay
won in as many weeks the other two I
having been the Furniture Manufac
turers stake at Grand Rapids and the
Paper Mills 10000 event at Kalama
zoo This weeks meetinG is the second
blue ribbon Detroit meeting at which
Driver Geers won both the Merchants
an Manufacturers and the Chamber
of Commerce stake two of the big
Best annual events of the trotting
turfThe
The 220 trot went to Joan after
Sable Maid had captured tho first
heat May Day took the first heat of the I
212 pace in 205 12 In tho second
heat she led Into tho stretch but
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place Peter Pan winning the heat
May Day won the next two heals
from Peter Pan In slower time the
third heat affording one of the most
exciting finishes of tho afternoon
Aloyfras and Walter Halo each took
a heat in the 207 pace which was
not finished Summary
220 trot 3 in 5 purse 1000 Joan
won Sable Maid second Robert A
third Best time 210 12
221 trot 3 In 6 purse 10000
Merchants and Manufacturers stakes
Dudie Archdalo won Arlo Loyburn
secon Henry H thlrt Best time
208 14
212 pace 3 In 6 purse 51000
Mayday won Peter Pan second Ger
tuan Boy third Boat time 205 12
207 pace 2 In 3 purse 1000 fun
nnished Aloyfras 14 Walter Ho
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21 Ella Ambulator 32 Six others
Carted Best time 204 14
JURY TuRNS
I oisi LOOSE
After thirty minutes deliberation
the Jury in the case of the stat
I against Hoi Cn Olsen charged wltn
running a blind tiger at Huntsville
brought in a verdict of not guilty
I Tho decision of the jury while It was
due In part to the Instructions of the
court was a surprise to many per
sona who had followed the testimony
which was introduced In tho case
Olson was charged with having
sold liquor to minors on Jujy 4 a I
charge similar to the ono under
which he was convicted and eon
lanced to sixty days In jail and to pay
a One amounting to 250
In the former case which was con
I eluded only a few days ago It was
proven that Olsen had violated the
state laws The case was appealed
to the Supreme Court and Olsen was
allowed liberty under bond In yes
terdays case It was charged that tho
defendant had not only violated the I
state law regarding tho sale of liquor
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but had also violated tho law in re
yard to minors
Olson was noncommittal regarding
his victory on the latest count tt
tpito the fact that during the pan
thirty days ho has been compelled ID
ray three separate fines aggregatl
200 and is at present under botiui
lor a fourth conviction
MRS AliCE MORn
IS lAID TO RESf
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The funeral of Mrs Alice B Mom
wife of W J Moran of Ogden 1
held at the Catholic church a
oclock yesterday afternoon Fatr
Cushnahan officiating Music M
furnished by St Josephs choir + 4
Ipterment was In Mountain View Cca
otery
eterMrs
Mrs Morans death occurred in S
Lake as tho result of an opcrnn
which was mado necessary by ki1l 7
trouble and evidences of acui1
Brights disease
Mrs Moran was very well knon
In Ogden having resided here or
a number of years She was Air
Belle Spencer before her marriage ta
Mr Moran about seven months r o
and had a host of friends in this c
She was bon at Corinne In 1 q
and aCtor coming to Ogden was onp r
ed as a school teacnor for sc1 r i
years She wac later employed as
cashier at Potters cafe
BODY CRUSHED BY COAL
CRUSHING MACHINERY
Unlontown pa August 4VMle
his wagon was being loaded with coil
from a huge bin at tho Tow Hill
Coke plant yesterday Michael Bn k
shlc saw fall Into It the crushed b h
oC Ernest Mlnord aged 10 oiler ol
the coal crushing machinery Min rd
had been repeatedly warned to stn
tho machinery before attempting to
oil it but ho ignored tho warnings
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Things Look Brrght For
LUCKY MANi
Stockholdel
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The resent sale of stock in the Lucky Man Mine has produced
sufficient means to send the work forward Those who arc just from
the district in which this mine is located are filled with enthusiasm
I over the prospects Some miners whn have been on the property
I lately are very desirous of going to work on the Lucky Man Mine and
J are willing to take stock for their wagesnot only are these men
I willing but eager to do this knowing the property ns they do
There is hardly a shadow of doubt that the mine will be among
the big shippers by the first of December some of the experts who
have seen the property recently and who know what the proposed
work consists of say that very profitable shipments will begin before j
that time
Farrell the manager will be in Ogden for a few more days and I
will then go to supervise the work of sinking thp main shaft into the
ore bodyowners of stock may be justified in looking for rapid in
I crease in value just as soon as the proposed work is completed
I LUCny Man lrIHnlog I r
Company ri
F R Farreli Manager I
AdQress2265
Lincoln Avenue
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