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Boise ..
Murray .
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•Clark ..
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Thomas, Lb .... 5
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•"Batted for Melter In ninth.
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Carman, If
Menges, sa . 4
Thornton, lb ... 5
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for Crespl In ninth,
ßummary.
Sacrifice hits—Gay, Ruegg, Schimpf.
Two-base hits—Menges 2, Schimpf.
Three-basp hit—Thomas. Home run—
Carman. Double play—Blausser to
Schimpf to Thomas. Innings pitched—
By Kuss 8, Melter 1. Basé hits—Off
Kuss 9, Mplter 1. Struck out—By Davv
eon 9, Kuss 7, Melter 2. Base on balls
-—Off Dawson 4, Kuss 6. Passed balls
•—Weaver 2. Wild pitches—Dawson 1,
Kuss 1. jTlme of game—2:20. Um
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Totals .
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ptri
ue.
After "Tilg" Bill Kuss, Manager Erve
Jensen's bitching find, had made his
debut and gave a remarkable exhibition
of speed, control and variety of slants
1n the finit game of professional ball
he ever participated in and to all In
tents and purposes had the game safe
ly put away on a 5 to 4 score, Blanken
ship's Infrnts came from behind with
a nlnth-lnnlng batting rally and won
a heart failure and prolonged matinee
of two hoars and 20 minutes at Boise
park yesterday afternoon. Final score,
Murray 7, Boise 6.
The showing of Kuss is one of the
wonders or baseball. Two months ago
he knew about as much about pitching
as the rawest novice. Eighteen years
old, weight 195 ]>ounds, height six feet
three Indies, right-handed, anxious to
get ahead, cool in the tightest places,
willing to learn, "Big" Bill, more
familiarly known by his teammates by
the nickname of "Cuss," Icily waltzed
onto the ijiound against Blankenship's
tribe—a band of players who can rat
tle a pitcher If there Is a club that
can do It In the Union association—
and works
A trifle w
steadied 1
his offerin
d like a seasoned veteran.
Jd at times, perhaps, but
y Buck Weaver, receiving
ts, Rill worked a cross fire
with piston rod regularity over the
home pan : that had many of the In
fants mighty puzzled. He put his
strikeout sign on seven of them,
whiffing Changnon three times out of
four times up, and In the third inning
row. To be
fants hit him. That was to
he expected They rapped his offerings
Cor nine h(ts, but In spite of that he
brought hii club into the ninth frame
one run to the good. Then to make
sure of the
him with a
ers, substituting Steve Melter.
ßteve could not save the game. Mur
ray got to him for a sacrifice, a dou
ble and thpee runs.
Gâme Lcokt Cinched.
It was unfortunate that the Irriga
not have pulled the game
t his initial appearance. But
not hitting Rex Dawson
strlklng oitt three In
sure the Ii
game game Jensen hooked
friendly pat on the should
But
tors could
for Kuss o
they were
the way they should have,
them to one measly hit up to the fifth |
climbed
Rex h eld
Inning. Then Jensen's pets
on him for lour In a row, followed by j
one more In the fifth. But the five i
hits only netted them three runs. Boise j
scored one in the first when Adams
walked. Schimpf sacrificed and
error by Thornton let Adams around.
A walk to Moorehead and a single by
Blausser gave the Irrigators their sec
ond run In the second Inning.
Murray tied the count with credits
In the fourth and flfth. In the fourth
Gay singled but was caught attempt
ing to Bteal second. Menges doubled
to the left Held fence and scored on
Thornton's Texas
back of
In the fifth singles by Crespl
leaguer
short
and Dawson counted the former.
It was In the sixth that the Irriga
tors got to Mr. Dawson. Thomas open
ed the frame with a three-bagger to
the left center garden fence. Bauer
singled him over the plate. Moore
head singled to right center checking
In Jake and scored himself on Weav
er's single over second.
Infants Come From Behind.
The Infants started to come from
behind In the eighth when the longest
drive that has ever been seen In the
home lot was banged over deep left
center fenco by Carman for a home run.
A walk to Menges, a wild pitch, a walk
to Auer and a sacrifice by Ruegg scor
ed Menges In the same frame With
but one run behind Murray opened
the ninth and a batfest, together with
poor Judgment gave them enough runs
to pickle tho game. Blankenship took
the lead and went In to pinch hit. He
dropped a Texan In the left garden.
Kuss was still cool but Jenson thought
It was best to send him to the bench
nnd use Melter to make certain of the
Dawson tried to lay one down.
game.
Adams fumbled the peg to first nnd
two runners were on with none down.
Gay sacrificed, promoting the runners.
Carman grounded to short and Slater
lost his head. Instead of cutting
Blankenship off at home ho pegged to
first, but the runner had beat It,
Blankenship brought In the tie score.
Then Menges doubled with a cleanup
hit to the left field fence, bringing In
Dawson and Carman and the game
was lost to the home pets. Melter
fanned the next two. ,
Clark was used to pinch hit for the
homers In the last of the ninth and
delivered a fast grounder to short.
Menges made a bad peg to first and
Clark was safe. Schimpf doubled to
deep center, Blausser had fouled to
Dawson and Toner and Thomas whiff
ed.
PIRATES FURNISH THE
SURPRISE OF SEASON
New York, May 1C.—The wonderful
early season work of the Pittsburg
Pirates is the talk of the big top. While
tho Pirates were doped out as pennant
contenders before the opening of the
season, few if any followers of the
game were prepared to witness such
brilliant pastimlng as has been staged
by the Clarke outfit to date.
f^ince the first orax'k of the bat and
ball the whole Piratical crew has
been going like a prairie fire. Pitch
er who were more or less wobbly last
season are now flinging like world's
champions. And the infield, with Wag
ner, Konet' hy, Viox and Mowroy hold
ing forth, it's a la-la-pa-zam. And Just
to show how nicely everything breaks
for the Soot Sniffers," the veteran
George Gibson has come to life and is
busting pitchers' hearts with safe wal
lops. Barring accidents, about the
onlj thiri- that ran stop the Corsairs
is a Mexican gunboat in the Allegheny
river. A a Mox would have consider
able difficulty in reaching Braoketown,
the Pirates feel safe.
With th* Boxers,
"Louisiana," the Philadelphia ban
tamweight, Is a white man. His name
is iAvtpne.
Freddie Welsh, English lightweight
champion, and Jack Britton are to meet
In New York May 29.
Johnny Dundee is going Io Los An
geles soon in the hope of meeting Joe
Rivers or Johnny Kilbane.
The Sam Langford-Gunboat Smith
bout, scheduled to take place in Lon
don next month, has been cancelled
because of the popular disapproval of
matches between white and negro
pugilists.
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Today's batteries—Boise, Toner and
Weaver; Murray, Bhader and Blank
enship.
Yesterday's results—Murray 7. Boise
6; Ogden 6, Butte 1; Helena 8. Salt
Lake 4.
Today's pool to win—Boise, Butte
end Salt Lake. Why7 Because all
three are about due.
Congratulations to "Big Bill" Kuss.
He certainly looks the part of a "find."
Yesterday's exhibition of his was lit
tle short of wonderful.
Two months ago he did not know how
to throw a curved ball, he had no
control and hooted at the Idea of being
a pitcher.
Manager Jensen was short on play
ers to throw to batters. His eye caught
Kuss loafing about the park and he
good naturedly put him to work. Bill
-first showed speed. That made Jen
sen curious. He encouraged Kuss to
pitch, offering suggestions on how to
throw curves.
Then Jensen began to examine Bill's
He found the young giant had
Bill took a lot of Interest in every
thing that Jensen Bald and did. n e
watched the other pitchers work. Quick
to learn, he had soon mastered some
kind of control.
head.
something under that cranium of his.
It was the biff breaks in the curves
that Kuss developed that made Jensen
Mixing these
sit up and take notice,
with his speed Jens began to have vis
ions of a Walter Johnson,
time "Buck*' Weaver, the veteran, re
ported.
About this
Jensen turned Kuss over to Weaver
to see what he could do with Bill. In
less time than it takes to tell Weaver
had about the same healthy respect fori
Kuss' offerings. They started him in
his first game against the College ofj^
Idaho. He won it 8 to 0.
Kuss' first professional game was
pitched yesterday. He will get credit
for a defeat but he will also
credit for looking the part of one of
the most promising pitchers In the
league. If he keeps on learning and
hangs to good, clean habits, Kuss may
wake up one of these days to startle
ighty fast company.
t
One of the greatest assets that Kuss'
has is a mighty cool head. Blanken
ship and his tribe tried to rattle him
yesterday, but all they got for their
pains was a biff broad smile and the
constant glimpse of two rows of white
teeth. They never worried Bill a bit.
It was a hard test but the biff fellow
came through it as cool as a cucum
ber.
Jonsen would not take $1000 In cold
cash for Kuss today. That's a fact
Blankenship Ibelteves he Is one of the
most promising pitchers he has seen!
work. In the future Kuss is to work
regularly with the Irrigators at home
and on the road, taking his regular
turn In the box.
Slater's play In the ninth Inning was
to have cut off Blankenship's run at
the home plate. He was rattled and
seemed to be unable to know what to
do with the ball. It was a costly de
lay for Boise.
Carman's drive over the left center
field fence was the longest we have
seen since the park was built, not
even Huelsman's home-run record
showing a longer one. Tt is Menges,
that fast and clever little »hört for
Murray, who Is the pinch hitter. If
there Is a find in an Infield of a Union
league club this season, It Is certainly
Menges.
behind and winning 1»
Coming fro
not a lost art with Blankenship. Had
ho been given half a chance yester
Blank would have stolen home with the
winning run. He makes his club get
In and drill when runs axe needed,
that's sure.
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Baseball Results. *
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Pet. I
.760
.625
.600
.400
.400
.813
UNION ASSOCIATION.
Won. Dost.
Ogden ...
Murray ..
Boise ....
Butte ....
Balt Dake
Helena ...
12
4
10
8
8
9
5 11
Yesterday's Games.
R. H. E.
6 7 1
. 7 10 5
Batteries— Kuss, Melter and Weaver;
Dawson and Auer.
At Boise—
Boise
Murray
At Ogden—
Butte.
Ogden .
Batteries—McCreary
Ballinger and Seabough.
R. H E.
. 1 8 6
. 6 6 2
and Lewis;
At Salt Lake—
Helena .
Salt Lake .
Batteries—Ames and Gleason;
and McClain. (12 Innings.)
R. H. E.
. 8 18 2
. 4 12 2
Allen
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Won. Lost.
Pet.
7
.731
Detroit .
Philadelphia .
Washington ..
19
.600
12
6
12
11
.522
.600
Ikiuls .
New York
Boston ...
Chicago ..
Cleveland
.12
12
10
.476
11
9
12
.429
11
16
.407
.333
8
18
Yesterday's Games.
At New York—
R. H. E.
.460
Detroit
New York .
Batteries — Dansa and Stanage;
Caldwell and Sweeney.
2
1
At Washington—
Chicago ..
Washington .
Batteries—Clcotte, Wolfgang, Faber
and Dailey, Schalk; Engel, Shaw and
Williams.
R. H. F..
.364
.671
At Boston—
Rt. Louis .
Boston .
Batteries—Wellman
Bedient, Wood and Cady.
R. H. E.
. 0 12 0
.383
Rumler;
and
At Philadelphia—
Cleveland.
Philadelphia.
Batteries—Blandlng,
nnd Carisch;
Lapp, Schang.
R. H. E.
. 3 4 2
. 6 9 0
Gregg, Beck
Shawkey, Bush and
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Won. Lost.
Pet.
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n ,
,
15
.714
.647
.556
11
6
10
8
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10
8
13
11
11
15
.423
10
14
.417
15
3
.167
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Yesterday's Games.
At Cincinnati—
R H. E I
... 2 6 61
... 4 10 2
Batteries—Crutcher, Strand and
Gowdy, Whaling; Yingling and Clark.
Boston .
Cincinnati ....
At St. Louls
Phlladelphta .......
St. Louis.
Batteries—Jacobs,
R. H. E.
_3 8 3
_ 6 10 1
and
Kllllfer, Dooln; Grlner, Salee and Sny
der.
Marshall
At Chicago—
Brooklyn .
Chicago .
Batteries— Pfeffer and Miller; Lav
ender, Zabel, Humphries and Bresna
lian.
R. H. E.
_12 13 2
_ 6 12
At Pittsburg—
New York .
Pittsburg.
Batteries—Mathewson and Meyers;
McQuillan, Harmon and Gibson.
R. H. E.
. 6 12 0
.8 9 2
FEDERAL LcAGUE.
Won. Lost
Pet.
Baltimore ..
St. Louis ..
Brooklyn ...
Indianapolis
Chicago ....
Buffalo.
Kansas City
Pittsburg ..
14
8
.737
13 11
.542
8
.529
11 It
12 11
8 12
10 15
8 13
.524
.522
.400
.400
.381
Bt. Louis
Yesterday s Games.
At Brookly
Brooklyn ...
R. H. K.
.12 12 2
6 9 4
Batteries—Vernon, Lafitte and Land;
Groom, Herbert, Welch and Simon.
At Baltimore—
.Baltimore .
Indianapolis.
R. H. E.
.272
.15 2
Batteries—Stiggs and Russell; Falk
enburg and Rarldcn.
At Buffalo—
Buffalo .
Chicago .
Batteries—Moran, Brown and Blair;
Hendrix and Wilson.
——
At Pittsburg—
Kansas City .
Pittsburg.
Batteries — Cullop and
Dickson, Henderson and Berry.
R. H. E.
,020
. 7 10 2
R. H. E.
.15 1
.080
Easterly;
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Won. Lost Pot.
.26 17 .695
24 19 .658
.22 20 .524
20 23 .465
Venice .
San Francisco
Los Angeles .
Sacramento ..
Oakland .
Portland .
17
24
.415
16 22
.405
Yesterday's Games.
At Sacramento—
Los Angeles .
Sacramento .
Batteries—Ehmke and Boles;
lanes, Slagle and Hannah.
R. H. E.
. 7 13 1
.034
Arel
At Los Angeles—
Portland.
Venice .
Batteries—Relger and Fisher; Fle
h&rty. Smith and Elliott.
R. H. E.
.280
.040
At Ban Francisco—
Oakland .
San Francisco.
R. H. E.
. 4 10 2
.780
Batteries—elalarkey. Ramey and Al
exander; Lelfield, Standridge and
Clark.
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE.
Won. Dost. Pet.
Vancouver
Seattle ...
Spokane ..
Tacoma ..
Portland .
Victoria ..
21
9
.700
20
12
.625
18
.563
14
15 17
11 20
.469
.355
.290
Yesterday's Games.
At Portland—
R H. E.
Victoria
Portland
Batteries—Steele and Carney; Leon
ard and Murray.
3 6 1
At Vancouver—
Spokane..
Vancouver .
Batteries — Baker
Clark and Cheek.
R. H. E.
0
. 5 7 0
and Altman;
R. H E.
.15 1
.070
At Seattle—
Seattle.
Tacoma.
Batteries—Glpe and Cadman;
Glnnlty and Brottem.
Mc
WESTERN TRI-STATE.
Won. Lost.
Pet.
19
14
.676
Pendleton ....
Walla Walla .
Baker.
North Yakima
18 16
16 17
14 20
.529
.485
.412
Yesterday's Game*.
At North Yakima—
Walla Walla.
North Yakima.
Batteries—Oliver and Jackson;
and Webb.
R. H. E.
1 8
5 10 1
Kile
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Minneapolis, 7; Cleveland, 5.
Milwaukee, 2; Louisville, 6.
St. Paul, 3; Indianapolis, 5.
Kansas City, 4; Columbus, 10.
WESTERN LEAGUE.
9t. Joseph. 12; Topeka, 4.
Denver, 11 ; Sioux City, 12.
Lincoln. 3; Omaha, 1.
Condition of "Big Ed" Waleh.
Chicago, May 16.—In big leugue cir
cles there Beems to have been consid
erable speculation of late as to the real
condition of "Big Ed" Walsh, the great
spitboll artist of the Chicago White
Sox. Walsh says his long layoff has
put him In fine fettle and that he will
he able to play as good a game as ever
.before the season is many weeks older.
Manager Callahan declares he Is sat
isfied the "Big Reel" will be there
draped In tinsel Just as soon as the
weather conditions become right. Walsh
has been much missed l>y "big yard"
fans, for there is no more popular
player In the game than the big damp
ball fllnger. As an "Iron man" he had
no euperior. He was always ready to
Jump Into the game to relieve a fal
tering mate, and he seldom failed to
furnish a high class exhibition
flinging, no matter how many innings
he may have pitched the previous day.
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FAST GAME IN THE
TWILIGHT LEAGUE
Sweet-Teller Win From
Carlson-Lusk After Be
ing Given Scare.
Standing of Clubs.
Won.
Lost. Pet.
1.000
1.000
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Iilahe-Oregon ..
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The best game of amateur sport pro
duced by the City Twilight league this
season was exhibited at the league's
paru- last night when Sweet-Teller won
from Carlson-Lusk on a score of 6 to
4. Jack Wyman was In his usual
stingy form, pitching for Sweet-Teller
and let the "P. O. A's" down with four
scattered lilts. The features of the
game were the homo run drive by Jack
Case for the Sweet-Tellers, when Wy
man was waiting on the paths to score
and the circus catch of Roblnett in!
handling Case's long drive.
The batteries—Sweet-Teller, Wyman
and Adams; Carlson-Lusk. H. Smith
and Chapmen. Score by Innings :
R. H. B.
Sweet-Teller ...,3 0 0 0 2 1 0—6 8 4
Carlson-Lusk ...0 1 0 0 0 9 8—4 4 2
KELLOGG AND HOSAN
BATTLE TO A DRAW
Promoter Nick Collin« returned this
morning from Glenns Ferry, where he
handled Sing Hosan, the "Fighting
Chinaman," in his 10-round bout with
Kid Kellogg last night. Referee Cav-/
anaugh of Pocatello, the third man in
the ring, decided the battle
after the two boys had gone the limit
number of rounds at a fast pace. It
îxpected they will be rematched
for the night of Memorial day at
Glenns Ferry for 15 rounds.
Hosan floored Kellogg In the sec
ond round with a right hook to the
a draw
Jaw. Kellogg waa only down, however,
for the count of two.
He come up
and fought back strong, saving him
self. After that it was a case of give.
and take. Both boys mixed freely. A
large house saw the battle. A five-1
round preliminary by local boys proved
to be a strong card.
Hosan returned to Boise this mom
ing. With other local boxers he will
work at tho Natatorlum tomorrow aft
ernoon in preparation for the local card
Promoter Collins will put on Thursday
night, May 21. Brill will work with
local boys, Including Brownie Martin.
Kid Hermit and others, commencing
at 1 ; 30 o'clock, and Hosan will Work
with the Rose twins, Joe Gans and
others at 2:30.
MIES CONTINUE TO
WIN TENNIS MATCHES
The McKees continue to climb In the
Class A contest of the Y. M. C. A.
tennis tournament, having run their
games up to 122 to but 57 for the
Beymers. Matches were played oft In
the four classes yesterday as follows:
Class A—B. Pettenglll won from B.
Eastman. 0-1, 6-0. McKee team 122,
Beymer team 57.
Class B—No matches
Class C—H. Dick won from R. Giv
ens, 4-6, 6-2. W. McCormick won from
H. Conklin, 6-2, 8-6. Knox team 136,
C. Stotts team 123.
Class D—C. Schooler won from M.
Stotts, 6-2, 4-6. M. Stotts team 42,
Gallett team 30.
Today's Soheduled Matohee.
The following matches air* scheduled
for play today:
Clasa A—Whyman versus McKee;
Eaton versus Graham; Beymer versus
H. R. McBlrney.
Class B— Perrault versus Vanslttart;
of!Code veraus Martin.
Claus C—McCormick versus Conk
Dt'lana
Biiss;
Un, Rosenberg versus Parrish;
versus Bates; Johnson versus
Barnes versus Winstead,
Class D— Cordes versus Wooley.
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Bowling Results.
The McKlnley-Scott team won the
City league match hint night in the
two-man-team howling tournament
with a team average of 408. In the
Booster league Rodford-Coe tern bowled
against a dummy team and lost. The
scores:
City League.
McKlnley-Scott
let 2nd 3rd
Game Game Game
. 201 158 191
. 233 213 223
Players.
McKinley
Scott ....
Totals.
Team average, 406.
Rogers-Titus—
434 871 414
1st 2nd 3rd
Game Game Game
. 211 162 161
. 178 239 180
Players.
Rogers ...
Titus ....
Totals .
Team average, 877.
Leon-Gleaeon—
Players.
Leon.
' Gleason ..
!
' Totals .
Team average, 840,
389 401 341
1st Ind 3rd
Game Game Game
. 170 170 170
. 170 170 170
340 840
840
Booster League.
Rod ford-Cos ten—
1st 2nd 3rd
Game Game Game
. 124 118 1Î1
. 104 180 182
Rodford
Players.
Costen
Totals .
Team average, 279.
Dummy—
288 898 263
1st 2nd 3rd
Game Game Game
. 170 170 170
. 170 170 170
Players.
Dummy .
Dummy .
Totals
340 840 840
Oaseidy-Larch
Team average, 340.
1st 2nd 3rd
Game Game Game
. 189 186 123
. 136 165 117
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Totals.
Team average, 306.
324 351 240
First Methodists Win.
The First Methodists won from the
Immanuel team In the Church Twilight
league game played last night at Boise
barrack» by a «core of 7 o 8, or the
Hame count the Irrigator» lost to the
infants In the Union association game,
7 'hgame was the best tho Church
longue has staged this season. Chris
tian, Rainey and Johnson handled the
ibattery work for the First Methodists,
The Immanuels used Kendall and Mc
Donald,
WILL SOON BE BACK
IN THE GAME AGAIN
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