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ANGELS TAKE ONE
WARREN HALL KEEPS HITS
- WELL SCATTERED
SHIELDS' SLANTS INEFFECTIVE
M'-n of Morley Find Man With Wind.
mill Delivery for Thirteen HIU
—Victors Play Errorless
Standing of the Clubs
riayeii. Wnn, Lout. P. C.
n»kt«tid 23 in n .BH
Taroma 54 l"> !• .«"'•
Pan FnmrlKo S3 n 15 -Ml
l.r* Annelen 23 II 11 ."■«>
I'nrtlnnd 21 1". H .<1«
peatllo 24 7 X .2M
Fperlat U The IliraW.
SKATTLE, April 25.— Los Angeles
took the first game of the home series
from the Slwashes today by a score of
9 to 4. Big Warren Halt was on tho
mound for the Seraphs nnd while the
Slwashcs touched him up for eight hits
he kept them well scattered. Dillon's
men put up an errorless game in the
field and hit the ball on the seam for
thirteen safe singles. Jud Smith carried
off the honors with th ? willow, getting
live hits In five times up. Shields
pitched for the home team and gave a
poor exhibition. Frary caught him In
poor style. The weather was cold and
raw. Three thousand people witnessed
AB n BH TO A E
Kane. 3b S el ; o 3 2
llnutse. If 5 1 1 (I li 0
Miller, rf 3 0 1 ; 2 1
Frary, c 4 n n s 2 1
JlcHale, cf .1 1 n 0 0 0
Iliill. sk 3 1 1 .1 4 1
Burns, !li 4 n o 1 7 0
jHme«. lb 4 1 3 15 n o
Shields, p 4 0 li 1 2 1
Total 35 4 8 27 !0 6
ab n bh ro a ]■:
Bernard, cf 4 2 2 ft 0 0
J'Mood, 2h 4 2 1 2 1 (I
Hmlth, 3b 6 3 r. 1 1 0
Dillon, lb 6 2 1 s 0 0
Cravath, rf 6 n 1 -.1 n o
Tfoss. If 4 ft 1 1 n 0
Kager, c 4 o ii s n 0
Brashear, as 5 ft 2 1 4 0
VS. Hall, p 4 ft 0 0 2 0
Totals 41) U IS 27 8 0
SCOHE BY INNINGS.
Seattle 0 1 1 0 (I ft ft ft 2—4
Los Angeles 0 (> 4 2 n 0 1 0 2—92 — 9
Earned runs — Seattle. 1; T,ns Angeles. 3.
i Two-bam hits — Kane. Bernard, Smith, Dll
lnn. Three-base hits — Houtz. Struck out —
By Shields, 4: by Hall. 5. Bases on halls —
By Shields, 3; by Hall. 1. Hit hy pltrhed
hall— ll. Hull, Miller. Wild pitch— Shield*.
Stolen bases— Miller. McHale. Flood. Smith.
Dillon, Ross, Brashear. Left on bases—
Seattle, 0; J.os Angeles, 8. Time — 1:45.
L'mplre — Davis.
ERRORS GIVE GAME
TO SAN FRANCISCO
Ky Aftoclated Prcsg
OAKLAND. April 25.— Errors which
were allowed to creep In at critical
moments caused Oakland to lose the
game to San Francisco by a wide
margin. The defeated team put up
an unusually poor exhibition of field
ing making the game one Hided.
In the Initial inning San Francisco
scored two runs, three In the fourth,
three in the seventh and five in the
last. Oakland got one in the second
inning and took live In the loosely play
ed ninth. Score:
AH X BH SH VO A E
WaMrnn. rt 4 2 0 0 2 0 I)
Kpeneor, •.'!> 4 3 3 1 S 1 1
Walter*, if 3 1 2 n i j n
llliiiebrund. If r, 2 2 1 3 1 ()
Irwln, ah 3 2 J 2 r» 4 0
Murphy, lb !i 2 1 1 8 1 1
Wilson, o 4 0 0 0 4 0 0
Ooclinauer, hs 3 1 o o ] 3 i>
Wheeler, p 5 0 10 0 1 0
Totals 36 13 10 5 27 12 2
AI3 II BH SR TO A X
Van Hiiltrrn, cf 3 10 0 4 0 0
Franrka, fa 4 10 0 0 1 1
Krußcr, if 4030200
Dunlcavy, if 300020 n
Firplh, lh 4 1 1 0 11 1 0
• •'■r>k, 2l> 4 110 3 2 2
Jjevcreaux, Z\> 4 11 1 0 I fi 1
MoMurray, c 211032 1
<;™L.-iiii, p 3 0 0 0 0S 0
Ilogan, p 110 0 0 0 n
Totals iv C 7 ,0 27; 17 6
BCOHE !!Y INNINGS.
San Krannljo 20030030 B— l3
Bhfp hits 3 0 0 0 10 2 1 4— lo
Oakland 11 1 11 0 n n 11 n G — R
liHW! hlt» 0 2 110 0 111—7
Hlts-nrf (iraham. 1; off Hosun, 4. Three
haw hllß— lllldebraml. Kruser, Two-lure hits—
Kirclh, Kruger, newrrai-'c. Sacrifice hits—
Walter* (21. K!rnt bam on errors— San Kran
clici, .1: ' i-iklaiMl. 2. I'li-Ht hnse on rallri] lirllh
—Off Whpclor. 6: off Oraham, j; off HoKan, 1.
Left to hagpii— Snn PramiHoo, 6; Oakland, 7.
Rtrunk out— By Whrt-lor, 4; by Graham. 1; by
Jlngan. 1. Hit by pitcher— irwln, limible play-
Murphy tn Unrlinaiit-r tn Irwln. I'hksM halls—
IVllnon. li Mr-Murray, 1, Tlme-1:55. Umpire—
TIGERS HAVE EASY
TIME WITH PORTLAND
Virgil Garvin's Slants Are Candy to
Mike Fisher's Men
By Ar»orlHtcd Press.
POnTI*.\ND, April 2S.— Shortstop Atz'a
fumhlo In lhf> fifth anrl tho trrrlflc nliiditlnß
which Oarvln ruclvrrt In iho elßhtli wer«
ri-nmnslhl.> for the landslide which «trurk
Portland In tl»> game today with Taconia.
Lou Angeles Sunday la»t, tmlay paid a fin*
conduct In thu name, between Portland xml
I.ob Argcles Sunday tost, today paid a line
pr |.VI and w<'s rt'liiHiHicil. Score:
n. ir. b.
Tiirtland ftOOOOOOfI o_ o 4 1
■I'urrnmi OOOOSOOJO. « S 0
BatttrUe-Oarvltl and Murphy; Thomas and
Cirahmn. Ifmplrt— Klopf.
THOUGHT HE WAS POISONED
Young Actor Alarmed by Arsenic Used
In Treating Tooth
Pedro Cordova, a young actor with
the ii. H. Sothern ooinpuny, now at the
Mhhoii opera house, thought he was
jioUoned last night -when a local dentist
treated an ailing tooth with arsenic.
.shortly after the treatment Cordova,
vim had evidently swallowed a small
portion of the poluon, noticed Its effect
and hurried, to the receiving hospital
He was Informed thut his condition
wan not critical and was discharged
after beluff given a. utlinulanU
WINS RICH STAKES
CAPTURES EXCELSIOR HANDI
CAP AT GOOD ODDS
WAS ON BOOKS AT 8 TO 1
Boy Makes Foul Ride en Preen and
Fuller and Kelly Are Thrown
In Stretch— Rapid Water and
Sinister In the Money
Hy AMnclntfrl PfiM,
NKW YOIIK. April 25.— 1n the prex
pnee of IS.OOO persons Snntn entnllnn.
Nt 8 to 1, won the $nfinn Kxcelslor hnniil
<-np at Jamaica today] (Went lng n gond
field. Preen, nn added starter, finished
first but was disqualified for fouling.
Jockeys Fuller nnd Kelly were thrown
heavily to the ground as a result of
I'reen's crowding nnd were carried off
the track. The foul occurred near the
finish. Four hordes were heads apart
when Preen closed on the outside and
bore over on the rail, compelling all the
boys to pull up. However, Wltful, with
Fuller up, and Sir Brlllnr, with Kelly
up, were unable to avoid going down,
Kelly falling on the finish line nnd
Fuller falling a few yards behind the
finish. Fuller received a had cut on his
leg nnd was removed to a hospital.
Kelly escaped with a shaking up.
Jockey Kent, who rode Preen, was sus
pended for the remainder of the meet
ing for rough rldlngr. Results:
Handicap, six furlongs — New York
won; Toscan, second; Trapper, third.
Time, 1:33 3-5. S?i(|
Mile and seventy yards— The Gadfly
won; Head Dance, second; Carbuncle,
third. Time, 1:46.
Four and a half furlongs— Just won;
Anodyne, second; Green Room, third.
Mile and one-sixteenth — Santa Cata
linn, 93 (Miller), 8 to 1, won; Rapid
Water, 119 (Lyne), 8 to 1, second; Sinis
ter, 94 (McDanlels), 10 to 1, third. Time,
1:46 2-5. St. Valentine. Ormondes
Right, Crown Prince, Little Em, Sir
Brlllar and Wltful also ran. Preen
finished first but was disqualified.
Six furlongs — Tommy Waddell won;
Old England, second; Orfeo, third.
Time, 1:13 2-5.
Four and a half furlongs— Clark
Griffith won; Gold Badge, second; Chal
fonte, third. Time. 0:55 1-5.
HOW THEY RAN
AT ELM RIDGE TRACK
By Associated Press.
KANSAS CITY, April 25.— Elm Ridge re
Four furlongs-Bertha K. won. Jack Dolan
second. Just third. Time— :Sl.
One mile— Graphite won. Sarah Maxim sec
ond. Grand Vltess third. Time-1 MR'i.
Five furlongs— Azellna won. Clifton Forge
second, Kilties third. Time— l:o3.
.Mile or.d a sixteenth— Judge Ilimc; won,
Belllndlan second, Foncarta. third. Time—
Six furlnngs-ljuly F.lllson won, Sweet Tone
second, Trinity Bell third. Tlme-1 :!!)';.
Seven furlongs— Alemarle won. Leader sec
end. Best Man third. Time— l:o6';.
WINNERS AT THE
CUMBERLAND PARK TRACK
By Associated I'ress.
NASHVILLE, Term.. April 23.— Cumberland
Seven furlongs-Scalper won. Annie FltzhUKh
second, Hlue Orass Qirl third. Time— l:2B%,
Four furlongs— OsHlnke won, Skeptical sec
ond. I^tta Duffy third. Time— :s49.
One milc~ -A\ illiam Of rst sollltiff t»tHkf s—Oar
nlsh won. Nannie Hodge second, Miss Doyle
third. Time— l:4')'i.
Four and one-halt furlongs— Joe Coyne won,
Rubiayat second, I'obmora third. Time— :ss.
Five furlongs-Lady Savoy won, Miss Gun
second, Mafalda third. Time— l:ol.
One mile and a sixteenth— <_'hamMee won,
Brooklyn second, llortensla third. Time— l:sßlj.
RESULTS AT THE |
AMERICAN CLUB PARK
Hy Associated l'ress.
ST. LOUIS, April 25. — American Jockey
First race, six furlongs— Remorse, won.
.Tim Fcrriu second, l.illianette third. Time,
Bonnie Keg second, St. N.iel third. Time]
Third race, one mile— Hilly Handsel won,
Orrhemra second, Limerick Uirl third. Time.
Fourth race, seven furlongs— James V.
won. Little liiant second, Hen Mora third.
Fifth race, six furlongs — PlaphanouH won.
Bird Slayer second, Moderator third. Time,
Sixth race, one mile— Snrner won. By Piny
secend, W, B. (lutes third. Time, 1:19 2-5.
ST. LOUIS FAIR
Hy Associated I'reßs.
ST. LOUIS, April 25. — Fair ftrowula re
Thlsba won! lUdlum Kecond, Marcbloneu
third. Time, 1:11 3-r..
Rolla remnd. Turnover third. Time, fI:S2.
Third mcc, five and one-half fiirliwK*
nwasca won. Tindercrest second, Bolllen
Her«-ere» llilrd. Time, 1:11 2-5.
— Italnland won, l.lttle Scout recond, Joe
Teaser third. Time, 1:5?.
Fifth race, four and one-half furlonits-
Wes won. Henchman second. .lean l,ee third
Time. 0:58 2-5.
Sixth race, one mile, aelllnt-— Dixie I.ad
nrn, Vnltaiix second, Billy Wake third.
Time. 1:46 2-5.
BROOKLYN SECURES VICTORY
FROM BOSTONIAN SQUAD
By A»oclated rrara.
HIIOOKI.YN. April 25.— Vie Wllllr pitched
his ni-Ki Kiinie of the. msiii at Washington
park today, and was halted hard hy Brook
lyn. The homn club won by a score of 3 to
1. Attendant's 1900. Hcor«:
Bnnlon I « 1
Hiiiierl.ii- .li .lies and Tferiten; Willis and
Needham. l'mplre— Jnhnatonp.
NEW YORK WINB
LAST OF SERIES
By Airoclattd Frtu.
I'HII.ADIM.I'HIA, April 15.— New York
won the lant of the ncrlrs with cane today.
IMtiliiKer retired lit fuvor uf Wuhlht, wha
made hla flmt appearance in a mujor leavue.
Tuylor'a flnxer waa rut In the aeventh In
"lnn. and wiitmt nuvceedea him. Attend
ancu 4800. Bcure:
New York ?' ,','• »i
Philadelphia 1 8 3
liutteriei— Taylor, Wlltae and Dreanahan*
Plttlnucr. Waalier and Kuliuc. Umplri>»—
Bauawlne uu<l Umalle.
CINCINNATI TREATB BT. LOUIB
riNCINNATI. April 25.— Kt. I.ouli wan
table to connect lately with lUrp«r In the
|fli>t inulri tuduy ualy, wb«a a lum 00 ball*
LOS ANGELES HERALD '. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL afi, 1905.
■nd fln error helped them ti •core, *m*
elnnntl fntind I'ampell, A left-hander, easy.
Attendance HOC. Kcor»:
TJ. tl. E
flnelnnstl 12 1« 4
St. t.0u1.. 2 * il
Ttntterlen— H«rp«r and rVhlell; Cnmpbell
and Warner, fniplr* — Klernm.
RAIN PREVENT 3 CHICAGO.
By A««nel«t#il P"-««.
rtllCAno, April !*.— Otvln* to the e*n
tlnued rain the C'hleiiien-rittehurK urnnie «««
CLEVELAND TURNS TABLES
ON DETROIT BTRIKERB
By AMnrl»»e<l TrM*.
rtETRWT. April 2V -rieveißnri r»ver<ied
tMnir* miri nh.nl out I'etrclt tortny In « pitch
ers' hnttle. a slnnle and Uny'K triple earnln*
the lone tally. Attendance 4'WI. Score:
R. H. E
!>etrr>lt 0 S »
Cleveland 1 * 0
RWtrrle* — twnoviin nnd Woxl; llhoadj. fin
low ami Hem Is.
RUBE WADDELL SAVES
DAY FOR PHILLIES
rty Associated frum.
ROBTOM, April I.V • The Phillies wen t'" 1
nr.nl sum.' nf the otI«!. Nt Bnrnlotl t»rt«v hy
Iwni hltllnn at nppnrtiine times. HMh lentns
nielde.l Hie stick With e|T.vt, drlvlnß l>ln«en
and Ilendf." (mm the lint. hut Wnddeil
MimniKd th* tide for Philadelphia. Atten-
T'blla'lelohi (\ ■■•.•>■ lo 14 .1
Itrwtmi * ' <
Potteries -lien.ier. Wnddell. Power* and
Schreckl ninecn, Wlnier ami McOovern.
HOGG PITCHES WINNING
BALL FOR NEW YORK
By Associated l'ress.
NKW YORK, April 53. -The New Torit
Americans won over Wnslilnglon tndny In the
lust Innltm on n home run by Keeler. rinrk
»nn w.is knnrkr,! nut nf the box l.y the visit.
»i«, hut II"S«. who succeeded him, wn« very
rrrcctlve. Bt or.i n h E
WnslilnKt"ii •"' ' '
Nrw York « 10 2
Pattcrlcß -Hiiclies and Klttrcdge; Clarkjon,
Hose and McOnlre.
WET GROUNDS PREVENTS
ST. LOUIS.CHICAGO GAME
By Assnclntad JTers.
ST. LOUIS, April IV — Wi>t grounds prevented
the St. Louis Chicago game scheduled for
SAN DIEGO CREW
TO HAVE NEW BARGE
Work Commenced on New Craft for
Naval Reserve Oarsmen
."peiial to The Herald.
SAN DIEGO, April 25.— Work on the
new racing barge of the Naval Reserves
was commenced yesterday morning and
it is expected that the boat will be
launched and ready for use by tho first
of June. The boys of tho reserves are
to meet the Sherman crew at Playa del
Hey on June 17, and though there will
be little time for practice in the new
craft the crews will be putting in all
their extra time practicing in their old
Beside the barge race at Playa del
Rey on that date a series of shell races
have been planned between the oars
men of the two crews. The shells will
be supplied there and each oarsman of
the eight in one crew will be pitted
against a member of the other crew,
and if there should be a tie In the races
won each crew will select Us best oars
man to be the opponent of the best
oarsmen of the other crew and the en
suing contest shall decide the winner
and tho owner of the $300 purse which
Is to be hung up for the victorious
BRITT AND WHITE
FIGHT EARLY IN MAY
Morris Levy Secures Attraction
and Men Will Meet
By Associated Tress.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 25.— The sit
uation regarding the Brltt-Whlti fight
has been cleared up. The supervisors
have granted the Hayes Valley club a
permit for May, with the understand
ing that it will promote the Britt-
White engagement. Charley Mitchell,
representing White, met Britt's man
ager and the manager of the club last
night and soon reached an understand
ing. The' lightweights will meet in
Woodward's pavilion May 5. The arti
cles cull for the boxers to receive 50
per cent of the gross receipts, the win
ner to receive fiU per cent of this and
the loser 40 i>er rent.
HAUERWAUS AND SINGER
IN SEARCH OF SCALPS
(Special to The Htrald.
SAN DIEGO. April 25.— The challenge
of Hiiuerwaua und Singer of I^os An
polos to Martinez Chick and M. Walker
of this city to a competitive shoot at
Schrutzen park In Los Angeles on
Saturday, M;iy fi, has born accepted. It
was the Intention to hold the match on
May 7 but hoth of the Los Angeles men
will have oilier duties to perform that
day In connection with the opening of
the park nnd they Hsked to have the
match shoot a day earlier. The Hhoot
will be at the German ring target, fifty
shots to each man. The four men are
without douht the best rifle shots of
Southern California. They . have met
before hut not under exactly the same
AMATEUR BOUTS AT
'FRISCO STOPPED BY POLICE
By AiwoctaUrt Frtii.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 25.— Owing
to fears of arrest threatened by the
grand Jury, the so-called amateur
noutß scheduled to take place under
the auspices of the Hawthorne Athletic
club were not held tonight. If the
police had not hern enjoined from mak
ing arrests twenty deputy hherlffs were
present to nerve warrants.
At a special meeting of tho gr»u>l
Jury today It was decided that the
boxing wum not to be conducted under
the terms of the local amateur boxing
TENNIS BTARB TO
PLAY AT BANTA MONICA
Special to Til* Herald.
OOISAN PARK, April 25.—Arrange
ments for a handicap tennis tourna
ment, which Id to be a Hort of prepara
tory event for the annual summer
championship gamut) to be contested at
Santa Monica later, are now being p»i<
fprtrd hy Tnstnirtnr Wanner o* the
Country cluh. Kntrles rinse o.i Frl
rl«y evrnlriK, May S, and play tvM| be
called at the club house rotirts on th<*
foliowlnjr afternoon. Many of th*
looal ci-arks and many outfiliipra ».f
prominence have promised to tak« putt
In the preliminary event.
WORLD IN AUTO
CHARLES GLIDDEN NOW IN THE
CROSSED THE ARCTIC CIRCLE
Journey Has Now Reached Farthest
Point South— Will Next Tour
the Malay Penin
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles J. midden,
who are touring the world In an iiutn
moblle, nre now In Jnvn, with the Ma
lay peninnuia next on the route. In a
letter mailed nt Sydney March 24 Mr.
Olldden gives a nummary of his mile
age up to date, amounting to 23,547
miles. This, of course, means the
mileage on his mound the world tour.
In all he had heen on the road 108 days
ami had run his car In twenty-two
countries. The mileage In each coun
try is us follows:
■MiMHn 657 Italy SM
Bavaria :M Scotland Son
li. 11-luiu Iii Spain 31
Bohemia 315 Sweden ISIO
I'nnacta 1261 Switzerland 1007
Denmark 308 Vnlted Slates 1612
Knitland ?«M Wales 427
France <« liS Australia 21<>!>
nermany IB4D Fill SOO
llnllanil 4:<S Hawaii 3n
Ireland 1510 New Zealand 11 In
In connection with thin tour Mr.
Glldden has the distinction of hclng
the first to cross the Arctic circle, this
being done after a drive of l!) 40 miles
In his car in Sweden, the date of cross
ing being August 16, 1903. He has also
reached tho most southerly point ever
touched by an automobile, a ride of
1145 miles in New Zealand taking him
to the "farthest south" point for auto
mobiles February 6 of the present year.
He has also driven 1803 miles on rail
way tracks, with specially constructed
wheels, being a part of his route across
the continent in September of last year.
His car was taken over the Canadian
Pacific tracks, from Minneapolis to
Vancouver, a conductor accompany
ing the party and the car being sent
through under train dispatcher's
At the time of the railway ride oc
casion was taken to cnll attention
to the fact that automobile driving on
a steel right of way Is far from the
general principle of automobile tour
ing, which contemplates general free
dom of action so far as the roads and
routes are concerned. It was pointed
out that while an automobile train
service might offer a convenient and
comfortable means of getting from
point to point, the principal enjoy
ment to be obtained from automobile
touring was through the ability of
the touring party to divorce Itself
from established routes and to go its
own way in its own manner.
Mr. Glfdden evidently does not en
tirely agree with this point of view,
for he writes in reply that in his opin
ion motoring on railroad tracks is sure
to become popular. Mr. Glldden may
prove to be right, but such motoring
will undoubtedly be done in cars owned
by the railway companies and operated
under regular schedules.
Long distance touring Is purely a
pastime with Mr. Glldden, and he haa
done more than any one man to de
velop the possibilities of the automo
bile. He is president of the Erie Tele
phone company and lives in Boston,
lie has used the same type of car, a
40-horse-power Napier, throughout his
tour. It will be a matter of much in
terest to learn at the end of the tour
what it has cost him for repairs, gas
oline, etc. If Mr. Glidden will com
pile a general review of the tour, to
include details of cost, etc., it will
prove of great value to the automobile
world generally as showing the relia
bility of the modern automobile and
Its practicability for general touring
Secretary A. J. Frey of the Auto
mobile club of California has mailed
a circular letter to members of the
club calling attention to the fact that
the requirements with regard to reg
istering automobiles In this state went
Into effect on the 22d of the month,
and that unregistered automobiles ar«
now debarred from the use of publia
FORMER FOREIGN MINISTER
DIED IN LOS ANGELES
Chief Hammel Has Important Informa-
tion for Relatives of H. L.
11. li. Atherton, formerly a foreign
minister during the administration of
President Cleveland, arrived here In the
early "HOa and Is supposed to have rll«-i
here In 1896 or 1897. Chief of Police
Hammel stated yesterday that should
any of Atherton's relatives reside In
Los Angeles at tho present time a cull
at his office would reveal some Interest
There are uii.lillv.kcl telegrams at t)i« office
.if the Wesirrii Union Tclcgmiili company for
A.' H. liiililiiwni. Mia. A. (>. Wlntorlialler,
W. J. JOOM. Tln-o. Jt. Davit, W. 11. Shutter
ton. Alice V. Uuadneuii, \V. Y. I'rlue. W.) W.
Id'iiliiiliHnl, J. A. Krtury, 11. U H.-ini.K, J. K.
I'ryor J M . 1 '"'lw, ( 'uvl Hmicr» Ai rw. l''it&
iwirli-'k. C. T. Ollllvf-r, Mm. Mary C. Hiller,
Dr. John W. Hums, V. U llwil, Julia Human.
I'lyda I". Roy, Kil Varolim, Mr. and Mra. Harry
I'unke rvllle. A. A. 1.ib11.-, Mra. Jvaale 1.. Car
ter, Tnnui™ Zellado, I'haa. Judge. Jno. l'nl
lUter, Q. 11. Beveriuict, \V. W. Kogtn, Uto.
LONG SHOTS HAVE
ANOTHER GOOD DAY
TALENT FAILS TO PICK WINNER
GORGALETTE TAKES HANDICAP
Meßrlde Pilots 10 to 1 Shot Under
the Wire In Last Event and Beats
Out High Chancellor— Winners
Are Lightly Backed
rty AiMtnclatcd Trta*.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 2S.— Not a
favorite cnmr tinder the wire first, nil
of the races being won hy fnlrly long
fchots. HettlnK wns light on the win
ners although the plungers wagered on
the plrked horses. A surprise was
sprung In the last race, a handicap,
when High Chancellor, played nt. even
money, wns beaten out by Gorßa
letto, n 10 to 1 shot.
Weather cloudy, track fast. Results
Four and a hnlf furlongs: Liegnl
form 107 (Fountain). I) to 2 won; Ares
tfllator 112 (Mcßrlde), 7 to .1 second;
Tony girl 103 (Knnpp), 25 to 1 third.
Time, :55U. Dangerous Girl, Bill
Perry, John C. Grouse, Miss Spokane,
My Pnl, .Siinteo, Klsbrook, Tennordale,
Hotrou and Search Me also ran.
Six furlongs: sun Mark lfl« (Min
der), 10 to 1 won; Lily Goldlng 108
(Tooirmn), 20 to 1 second; Robert Mit
chell 111 (KnappJ, 2to 5 third. Time,
1:14%. Hill Mackey, Rossbourne, Con
reld, Chestnut, Yellow Kid, George W.
Tuthlll and Gild also ran.
Seven furlongs: My Surprise 104
(Graham) 0 to 2 won; Marello 109
(Knapp), 5 to 1 second; Sweet Tooth
102 (Fountain), 7 to 2 third. Time,
1:28. Oscar Tolle, Foxy Grandpa, Si
lurian, Pure Dale, St. Rica, San L.U
tion, AVatkins Overtoil, Penance and
Young Pepper also ran.
Five and a half furlongs— Toto Gra
tlot, 131 (Minder), 9 to 1, won; Revolt,
131 (Clark), 9 to 1, second; Olympian,
131 (Travels), S to 1, third. Time, 1:08.
Royal White, Bath Beach, Emma Reu
bold, Sir Christopher, Redan, Eldred,
Salllo Goodwin and Modder also ran.
One mile and seventy yards—Cotil
lion, 99 (Knapp), 6 to 1, won; Golden
Ivy, 101 (Sullivan), 4 to 1, second;
Esheria, 105 (Fountain), 8 to 5, third.
Time, 1:46. Home Bred, Eva G., Golden
Light, Macene and Prince Palatine also
One mile— Gorgalette, 100 (Mcßrido),
10 to 1, won; High Chancellor, 115
(Travers), even, second; St. George, jr.,
105 (Crosswaite), 9 to 1, third. Time,
1:40. Delagoa, Gateway, Orphan and
Brlarthorpe also ran.
MAY BE BROKEN
CRACK HIGH SCHOOL ATH
LETES COMPETE SATURDAY
BIG CROWD IS EXPECTED
Preparatory Institutions Throughout
Southern Portion of the State to
Be Represented— Track Will
Be in Ideal Condition
Intel-scholastic records are expected
to be fractured In several of the events
Rt the preparatory school championship
field day to be held on the oval of the
University of. Southern California Sat
urday afternoon. All of the young
athletes will be In the best possible con
dition for the fray and the track prom
ises to be faster than during the pre
vious meets of the year.
The Harvard, Los Angeles and Poly
technic high school boys are practicing
every afternoon on the 'varsity track,
and those who havo not participated
In contests on the Methodist ovul be
fore nro becoming familiar with the
condltlonß that obtain.
Coach Holmes is preparing for a
crowd of several thousand people and
the hew bleachers line the entire home
stretch of the track. Tho records made
In the Southern California Interscholas
tlc nieetß follow:
One hundred yard dash— Oaltzmann,
county league meet, Harvard oval. 1904,
lime -.10 2-5. . .
Two hundred and twenty yard dHRh—
Stanton, county league, Harvard. 1005,
time :22 3-5; not official.
Four hundred and forty yard dash—
Stanton, Pasadena, triangular meet,
1904, time :52 2-5.
Klght hundred and eighty yard dash
—Goodwin, Claremont meet, 1905, time
One milfi run— Stanton, Claremont
meet, l!>04, time, 4:45.
llelay race — Harvard: Cole, Kellnß,
(Jartz, Htar, county meet, 1904, time
Two hundred and twenty yard
hurdles — Frainpton, county meet, 1905,
time :28 3-5.
One hundred and twenty yard hurdles
— Frampton, county meet, 1905, time
:17 2-5. .: % .
Hammer throw — Owen, county meet,
1905, distance 149 feet 6 incheis.
Shot put — Crowley, Claremont meet,
1905, distance 44 feet 2 inches.
High Jump— Hlchardson, Claremont
meet, 1905, height 5 feet 9 Inches.
Broad Jump— Glbbs, Claremont, 1904,
distance 31 feet 2V£ Inches.
I'ole vault— Rlchardßon, Claremont
meet, 1905, height 10 feet 5 Imhtb.
BY THREE MEN
WILLIAM L POOL VICTIM OF
LODGING HOUSE ROW -
HEAD AND HANDS BADLY CUT
He Took Part of Landlady In Quarrel
With Three Assailants, Who
Are Said to Have Been
In An endeavor to quell n disturbance
In the Mussel lodging house, 107V4 Kotith
Rroadway, lust night. William U Pool,
h. cement worker, was severely beßten
and rut nhout the head nnd hands.
The trouble occurred shortly before
S o'clock, when Pool, sitting in his room,
heard ft rommotlon outside his door.
On Investigation he found Mrs. White,
proprietress of the house, In an alter
ration with three men, nil of whom
are snld to have been more or less tin
der the Influence of liquor. The men
were Intent upon carrying a pltcherful
of beer Into thf> house, to which Mrs.
White strenuously objected. Seeing
that none of them heeded her plead
ings, she turned to Pool for aid, and as
he went to her assistance he was as
saulted by the men.
Officers Henderson and Murrny were
Immediately detailed In search of the
three men, who had quickly made their
escape. They were found In the office
of Dr. Lantcrman, where E. P. Carroll,
one of the three, was being treated for
a lacerated scalp. The other two men
gave their names as J. C. Mahoncy and
Ij. W. Hicks. They were booked at the
central station on suspicion and today
a charge of assault with deadly
weapons will be made against them.
Many Bruises Found
Pool was taken to the receiving hos
pital, where it was found that his left
hand was nearly severed. Several cuts
were sustained on the back of his hands,
a deep scalp wound and a black eye.
He said that the scalp wound was
caused by a huge water pitcher that
was hurled at him with sufficient force
to break It into a thousand pieces. The
black eye, he claims, was caused by a
blow with a beer bottle and the cuts
on his hands by a pocket knife.
Mrs. White said that the three men
had called to visit a man named Falk
ner, who roomed in her house.. She
said that during the evening they all
drank more or less and when their
liquor was all gone they were on the
point of going out for more. Then the
The Hazel and Windham lodging
houses, which are adjoining, are the
property of the University of Califor
nia. Mrs. Wilson, who runs the Wind
ham, has repeatedly complained to the
police of the frequent disturbances next
door. They have been advised that
unless they cease tho two places will
be closed by the university.
Pool had no trouble in identifying the
three men as his assailants and will
be on hand today as a witness when the
charge Is made against them. He has
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OSS South Broadway
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