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I j SPORTS
BY V. I. STEVENSOlf.
WON FIRST GAME
l'lnjlng gllt-cdged ball tit every
Btane of the game, tho Pittsburg Pir
ates look the llrst game of the world's
championship series from the De
troit Tlcers this afternoon by a score
uf 4' to 1, says a Pittsburg illspatch
of October &'. It was the Pirates nil
tho wny after the fourth Inning when
Manager I'rcd Clarke tied up the
score with a home run. Tho Na
tional League champions out-hit and
out-plajetl the Dctroiters and had
little double In winning. The Tlg
cis weie first to store, but Clarke's
home mil tied It up, and after that
there wiih scarcely any doubt about
tho ultimate result. Thus does Pitts
burg get the big advantage In the
series, for It Is general supposed thut
the first game Is about 40 per cent
of tha series.
Tho scoic shows t,.at the Tigers
out-hit the Pirates, but when the
total babes ale taken Into account, It
was much the other way. Doubles
by old reliable Hans Wagner and
Catchei Olbsoii and Clarke's home
run count up fhe extra bases for
tho homo crew, while Detroit was un
able to got n single additional sick
on its ill Ives.
In tho matter of fielding the Plr-
ales, out pln cd the Tigers by a wide'
margin. 1 lio N'utitu il I.o.ihihth u
not commit one bolj.e, while the
American l.enguo champions ""
guilty of four gtailng nilsplajs. The
I liates, loo. showed great roallil" n
in tho basci and ran the sacks lll.e
demon:. They stopped up well In
evpr thing they did, while the Tig
ers bent and snapped under the
strain of battle before the hostile
Smoky City crowd.
Youngster Fitches for Pirates.
Adams, a youngstor In major lea
gue clrUcs, did box work for the
Pirates. Aftcr'tho first Inning, when
ho showed signs of nervousness be
fore tho large crowd, the Pittsburg
Itliigcr pitched n masterly game.
When n Detroit hit would count
most, Adams settled! down and the
heavy hitting Mlehlganders were
unable to connect. Mullln, the ve
teran of tho Detroit staff, held the
locnU woll In hand until the fourth
Inning when Clarke's four-bagger
bcemed to take tho ginger out of
him. After that, hits came fre
quently and, mingled with costly cr
tors behind him, Mullln was put In
many mud holes. ,
Tommy Leach, the Pirates' dimi
nutive out-flelder, was the star of
tho day. Although he had chances
for but two put-outs, both wero ot
tho sensational order. Ills eutch ot
Cobb's liner with two on bases
brought the 30,000 spectators to
their feet. Leaih had to tiavel to
the s'oio boanl after the ball. Ills
spectacular catch robbed Cobb of a
home run, and shut off three possi
ble Derolt scores.
Warner Outhiti Cobb.
Much Interest wus manifested as
to how Cobb and Wagner would
compare In batting honors. The for
mer Is the leading batter In the
American League and the latter for
several years haB been the cham
pion sticker of the National League.
Cobb did not get a hit In to-day's
game, and made one costly error,
while tho "Flying Dutchman" knock
ed out a double, thereby earning oil
tho honois of the day.
The Tigers were first to score, get
ting a man over the plnte In tho op
ening round. D. Jones was given a
base on balls and Hush's sacrlllco
sent him to second. Cobb also drew
buse on balls, but Crawford laid
down a weak tap to Adams and
Jones was forced at third. Delehan
ty was there with a single, however,
und the fleet Cobb- raced to the
plate. Tho inning ended when Mori
arltj's hit camo In contact with De
lchanty's person, and the base run
ner was called out.
Neither side threatened in the sec
ond and third Innings and two Pir
ates were out In the fourth when
Clarke hit out his homer. The ball
clenred the fence In right held and
fell Into tho bleacher seats.
In tho ntthiAbsteln hit to Dele
hanty, who let the ball get through
him, and the Pirate went to third
on the error, Wilson fell u ictlm to
Mullln'a curves(1but dlbcon, the Pir
ate catcher, poled out a double to
Center, which sent Absteln home.
Adams was safo at first when Hush
fumbled his roller, and the ' bases
kero filled when Hobby Uyrne was
hit on the head by a plthced ball.
Louch lifted out a long fly to Davy
Jrmi'B, which enabled Ulbson to
score, and Clarko wont out on a
grounder, Delcjianty to Tom Jones.
Wagner Hits Out a Double.
Hans Wagner Inaugurated tho
sixth Inning with a two-bagger Into
left garden. Huns took n big leud
off second, and Schmidt, who tried
to catch tho Dutchman napping,
threw the ball Into center field and
Hans skidded for third. After Mil
ler had gone out on a pop-up to
Schmidt. Wngncr scored on Ab
steln' out. Wilson then singled and
stole second, but Gibson ended tho
run-gcttlng with n lly to I). Jones.
Leach saved the day for Pittsburg
In the seventh. With two out, Davy
Jones singled to left and Hush drew
a base on balls. Then tame Cobb's
terrific hit and Leach's spectacular
.Deiolt was retired in order In the(
eighth and ninth. In the last Inning
Jennings sent Mclntyre In to bat for
Tom Jones, but the best he could do
was to lly to Clarke, Schmidt sent
an easj lly to Leach, and Mullln
ended the game b) striking out.
There were 29,265 paid admis
sions, a new record for attendance
In a world's aeries gamo. Every seat
In the amphitheater was filled when
Umplro Johnstone called "Play ball."
The total receipts of the game today
weic 140, 271. SO, which will be divi
ded ns follows: To tho National Com
mlH'lon, $4027. IS: lo the plneis.
$21, 710. 01; to each, club owner,
H. The scorfi
SCOflB HY INNINGS.
1214 S 6789
Pinching ..06012100 '4
Dttlolt .... 10000000 01
Two-bake Iiltat Gibson, Wagner.
Home 1 1111 Clarke. Sacrifice lilt
Hush. Stcrlflce fly l.each. Stolen
11 lies Cobb, Wilson, Miller. Left
on buses Plttsbuig S, Detroit 8.
Hasea on balls Off Adams 4, off
Mullln 1, First base on errors
Pittsburg 2. Hlt b pitcher Wag
ner, ll.imo. Stiuck out lly Adams
2, by Mullln 4. Time of game lh.
30m. Umpires Jo'insinne and
$t $$ n
This afternoon" the much talked
of and ndertled light for the
world's championship Is being pull
ed off between Jack Johnson, the
present champion, nnd Stanley Ket
chell, who challenged the negro to
The icsult of the fight will be pub
lished In another colum ot the II u I
I e 1 1 n today and It is safe to say
that more Interest Is being shown
In this match than has been shown
In any other for some time past.
Km- one thing (he contest will be
between two men who differ very ma
tcrlnll) nn regards weight and height.
Johnson will step Into the ring; scal
ing ID 7 pounds and, as Kotchell was
exactl) 174 pounds when weighed
last week, the difference will be 2d
Iloth men are reported to be In
good condition nnd ns far as the
ultimate winner is concerned, the
betting would seem to Infer thai
Ketchell has not much chance
against the big "smoko." .
Kctchtll's manager, Wlllus Drltt,
Is Eeemiiigly confident that his man
can whip Johnson by holding back
until tho champion tires, but
Stanley will probably find odt his
mistake If he changes his naturul
way of lighting. ' Ketchell'ls a rush
ing fighter and his only chance, and
n ioor 0110 at that, would seem to
be In forcing the fighting from tbe
tap of tho gong.
Jack Johnson, in an Interview n
few days ago, stated that he did not
"Medals mean merit
Highest awards Chicago
1893; Paris 1900; St. Louis
1904; New Orleans 1885."
W.O. PEACOCK & CO., Ild.
expect lo have much difficulty with
Ketchell and, Judging by the way
the fight fans are tumbling over one
another to lay 10 to 4 on the chances
of Johnson knocking the so-called
"Assansln" out, this afternoon's
sci Hp should go JtiBt about as long
ns tho negro wishes It to do
Jack Johnson had a hard row to
hoe before he got a chance at Tommy
Hums for the world's championship,
but once he got rid of that falsa
alarm, landed on easy Street, All
the rights 'he has had since he de
feated Hums in Australia have been
easy snaps, and the negro never bo
thered about training properly for
However, the fight which Is to
come off today was treated more se
riously, and tho champion has work
ed hard to get himself fit, as wltnss
his reduction In weight from 22S
pounds to tho respectable fighting
limit of 197 pounds.
Johnson's next apponcnt will pro
bably be Jim Jeffries, and then the
whole world will sit up and take
notice, fbr It will be a battle of the
If Ketchell, by any chnnce, de
feats Johnson, a peculiar state of
affalrB will exist Jeffries would not
be likely to make a match with the
"Assassin," and the loiter would
then hold both the heavy and mid
Big Tennis Games
This afternoon It Is probable that
the two Ameilcan tennis players,
Long and McLoughlln, will play Geo
and Itolh, our crack pair, a few sets
on the Ucretnnla courts.
The two men who are going to
Australia In the hopes ot recovering
tho Davis cup, which is held by
llrooks and Wilding, are traveling
on the Aorangl, which arrived here
The local men make a strong pair,
und both of them know the game
light tbiough. Although It Is too
much to expect that Gee and Until
defeat the thuiuplons of the main-
lunu, still, uftei watching Gee ' at
work, It is haid to conceive how any-
ory could be so very much better
man ne is.
McLoughlln Is a lounistar nbont
tnent) jeais of oae, and Is reported
to be a wonderful player. His part
ner. Long, Is also a champion, and
me iwo men win most of their
mutches by hard smashes from all
parts of the courts. ,
The match this afternoon will
probably start at about 3 o'clock,
und there should be a tremendous
crowd present at the Deretanla
-ourts when the crick' coast men
meet our pair of players.
It wlll.be remembered that n few
years ago Parker, the New Zaaiand-
er. passed through Honolulu on his
way back from England, when he
had been taking part In the cham
pionship games. The man from
Maorlland played Will Roth a couple
or sets, and tbe local man wsa de
feated easily; however, Parker was
not In really the first flis-ht or Anti
podean tennis playeltrs, and It
mar.es people wonder what sort of a
plajei Norman llrooks Is; he could
probably give Parker 1-2 30. ami n
It will be very Interesting to see
how our two best players stacn up
against the top notchers, and If Oee
and Roth make a good showing all
Honolulu will be delighted.
No More Rowing
Boating as an Intercollegiate sport
was formally dropped at Stanford
University through the apt Inn nt tha
oxecutlve commltttte of the Associated
Students last night, says the Examin
er of Sept 30. This action comes as
the result of a strong movement
against which was started last semes
ter Immediately after the annual re
gatta. Thrco objections were ralaml
against boating at Stanford that It
was too expensive, that the severe
training was Injurious to the members
of the crew sauad and that, owlnir tn
natural conditions, the sport could
never be otherwise than fostered and
artificial at this university.
Lost year the combined emenart nt
boating. Including tho doctor bills of
the- crow men, totaled about $4,000,
wnuo the appropriation was on v
$2,000. In view of the fact that the
replacement fund for the expenslvo
oieacncrs erected In 1905 places a
largo financial obligation unon the
student body, It has been pointed out,
tho action of tho executive commltteo
was Inov table.
Permission was, however, granted
by the committee for the entry of a
crew to compete In tho regatta 'to bo
held at San Francisco during tho Port
Crew Captain J. C, Huston, '10, In
discussing the nctlon of tho commit
tee, said: "Until the crew men hao
been called together It will not bo
known exactly what will he done re
garding -boating, If It la favored by
tho men, a boat club may bo organized
similar to the one which existed hero
before rowing was taken over by tho
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