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TIGERS SHUT OUT
MEN OF MORLEY
ANGELS UNABLE TO GET MAN
GRAHAMS TIMELY STICKING
Champions Find "Dolly" Gray's Twist.
ers for Victory— Seraphs
Have Poor Luck.
Standing of the Clubs
Flayed. Won. tort, r.r
T»rnmn 49 M OT .«»»
Oakland 4» SJ 21 •"!
Ban Francisco 61 !7 24 .«7
J,o» Angcle 47 22 DS .4««
Portland 4S =1 SJ -«7
Beattle 4S M a .41«
Tacoma, 3; Los Angples, 0.
With faultless support Fitzgerald
scored a nhut-out In yesterday's
meeting between the Tigers and the
Serapho. "Dolly" Gray spun the sphere
for the Morleyitps and, passed over a
steady and consistent variety of ball,
but two snfe blngles which were se
cured by the enemy In the fourth and
another effective onslaught In the ninth
handed the debate to the men from
The Seraphs tried mightily to baste
the ball when there were men on the
sacks, but their efforts were not pro
ductive of a completed amble during
the entire afternoon. "Charley" Gra
ham took the sticking honors,- Ws two
timely wallops scoring two of the
Tigers* runs. The Tacoma backstop
completed the procession In the ninth
after his swish to center, which brought
McLaughlln over, when Fitzgerald
rapped one over second.
It was an even break until the fourth
Inning. Eagan opened that fatal round
by a poke to center, but McLaughlin
and Lynch were mowed down In suc
cession. And then along came "Char
ley" Graham and practically smote-out
the winning run for the northerners.
It was a clean slam to the amidshlp
garden and Eagan dented the final
In the eighth the Angels had a fine
chance to score but It was spoiled by a
double play and the Seraphs were
never really dangerous thereafter.
Spies went down to "Tommy" Sheehan,
who pinched the sphere by. a great one
handed nab, and Gray lifted a fine
double to the score board. But Ber
nard flew out to left and "Dolly" was
so certain that It was a safe bingle that
he never had a chance to retrace his
steps to the second cushion.
It was in the ninth and final period
that the real havoc was created by the
visiting ball binglers. McLaughlin
ripped one to Toman and was planted
on the first bag. Lynch laid down a
neat sacrifice, which put McLaughlin
on the second pillow, and then Graham
passed out his aforementioned swat,
which brought around the second for
the Fisherites. Hogan went down to
Dillon unassisted and then Fitzgerald
soused one over second, which brought
Graham to the final patch.
Smith was the only Angel to connect
safely in the last round, passing out
a single to center and giving him a
batting percentage for the game at
.500. The other men who strived to get
on the bags all passed the sphere into
somebody's mitt and ended it all.
AH RHHSB PO A E
Bernard, cf 3 0 0 0 3 « 1
Flood, 2b 4 0 0 0 2 4 0
Smith. 3b 4 0 2 0 0 2 0
Dillon, lb 4 0 1 0 13 1 0
Cravath. rf 4 0 0 0 ,1 n v
lirashear. If 2 0 10 2 0 0
Toman, ss .100004 0
Spies, c 2 0 0 0 4 10
Gray, p 2 0 10 0 2 0
Totals i 8 0 5 0 27 14 1
ADR HH SB PO A E
Doyle, 2h 3 0 1 0 3 v 0
sheehan, 3b 3 0 1 1 1 o 0
JJordyke, lb 4 0 0 0 11 1 0
Kagan. us 4 110 3-40
McLaughlin, If 2 1113] 0
Lynch, cf. 3 0 0 1 1 0 0
(irahnin, c 4 12 0 4 1 0
Hogun, rf 4 0 0 0 1 1 0
Fitzgerald, p 4 0 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 31 3 7 1 27 13 "0
HUNS~ AND'HITS BY INNINGS
Los Angeles fi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o—o
Base hits 2 10 0 0 0 0 1 I—s
Tacoma ) 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2—3
Base hits 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 3—7
'■-_-_ ".■.>■•. SUMMARY.
■~Two"-hase' hit*— Dillon, Gray. Sacrifice hlts-
McLaughlln. Slicohan, Lynch, l^ft on biwes
Los Angeles 6, Tacoma 7. liases on balls— Off
Gray 3, off FltzKeraM 3. Struck out— Hy Gray
3, by FitzKeroM 1. Double plays— Doyle to
Kagan to Nordyke; McLaughlin to Doyle,
lilt by pitched ball— Wples. Time of game—
1:26. Umpire— Davis.
MITCHELL'S HOME RUN
WINS FOR PORTLAND
Puts the Ball Over the Hedge In the
Eighth and Scores
By Associated Press.
PORTLAND. Ore., May 25.— With MeCredle,
Portland's right folder on second base In tha
• Ighth Inning of today's gam*, with Oakland,
First Baseman Mitchell knocked out a homo
run, scoring two runs and winning the gam.i
for the local team. The game until then had
been slow. Neither llogan nur Jones was at
his best. Score:
Portland 1000 00 0 ! x— 3 7 j
Oakland 0 0 10 0 0 10 o—3 10 •
Batteries— Jones and McLean; Hogan and
\j hman. Umpire— Klopf.
JAP TEAM LEAVES TO
PLAY SCHEDULED GAMES
Tha Japanese sphere cliasors from the
University of Waned* left last night at 11:30
for Baknrslleld, where they will play a
nt-rles of Kuitii-H with the local ttiam. They
are billed for Fresno May 30 and 31. and
then go to San Frajiolaco and play In tho
northern metropolU June 2. They then Jun
ket northward to l'ortland and are there
June 4 and 8. and ut Huattle June a. Tha
team will probably sail for Japan June 13.
COMPTON SCHOOL WINB
COUNTY LEAGUE HONORB
In the deciding same of the county baau
twin o( the CuiuiUoii lil«h achnol debated
the nln* of the ilurvard Military academy
by a (cor* of 11 to 4. The game nan de
cided on tho Harvard school diamond and
wai w*ll played throushout. Compton had
ta« eont*at w*ll In hand at all time* aid
vw atv.r m danger of defeat
SEALS WIN IN
BRING ONE RUN OVER AND
WHALEN WAS IN THE BOX
Both Squads Play Classy Ball, but
Wild Passes Qlve the Game
to the Men of
By Asrorfntsrt rreM.
SAN FRANCISCO, Mny 25.— 8y scor
ing one run In the ninth Snn Krnnrlsro
won todny and shut out Seattle. Ii
fielding Waldron'n hunt Shields threw
wild to first. The runner took second
on another bnil throw, got to third on
Spencer's bunt and rame home on
Hlldehrand'fl long hit to center.
In the fifth Inning It looked ns though
Seattle would score, but a perfect
throw hy Spencer headed oft HoutK :U
the plate. Mohler will be out of the
game for some time, Mrllale having
collided with him In getting back to
second and injuring his bruised should
AB R BH SB TO A E
Wsldron. cf 4 1 1 0 1 0 a
Spencer, rf 3 0 0 12 10
Mohler. 2h 2 0 1 I) 4 1 0
Hlldebrand, If 4 0 3 " 0 0 0
Irwln 3b 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nealon, lb 2 0 0 18 10
Wilson, c 3 0 0 0 n 3 0
Ooehnauer. ss 3 0 1 (I 1 0 1
Whalen. p 3 0 0 0 1 * n
Wheeler, 2b 2 0 0 0 12 0
Totals 29 1 6 2 27 14 1
AB R HH SRPOA E
Kane, 3b 3 0 1 l» n 1 0
Miller, if 3 0 0 0 3 0 0
Houtz, If 4 0 I 0 1 0 1
Krmmer. lb 4 0 i n 7 6 0
Mrllale, cf 3 0 2 0 2 10
Hall, tn 3 0 0 0 2 2 0
Pashwood. c 3 0 10 3 10
O'Brien, 2b 2 0 0 0 0 10
Shields, n 3000711
Frary, rf 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 28 0 6 0x25 13 2
x — One out when winning run was scored.
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS.
San Francisco 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I—l
Base hits 0 10 10 0 11 2—6
Seattle 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o o— (>
Base hits 0 0 0 12 0 2 0 I—6
Two-base hits— Mcllale. Krmmer. Sariillce
hits— Miller, Spencer. First base on error-
Seattle 1. Left on hase.«-Seatt!e, 4; San
Francisco. 4. Base on balls— None. Struck
out— By Shields, 4; by Whalen, 6. lilt hy
pitched ball— Kane. Nealon. O'Brien. Double
Kcmmer. Time of game— l :4o. Umpire— Bray.
CLEVELAND TROUNCES THE
NEW YORK ARTISTS
By Associated Press
CLEVELAND, May -Cleveland hart no
trouble In taking the first came of the series
from New York, batting Powell hard. Join
was a puzzle throughout. Score:
Tt. It. E.
Cleveland 11 II 0
New York 1 4 1
Hatteries— Joss and Bemia; Powell and Me-
QUAKERS CAPTURE ONE
FROM DETROIT SQUAD
By Annotated Press.
DETROIT, May 25.— Philadelphia won a see
saw game on two hits, an error an<] Hoffman's
stnal home In the ninth. Attendance 2800.
R. H. E.
Detroit : 11 3
Philadelphia 9 11 1
Batteries Donovan, Mullin and Drill, Wad
• ]. 11, Bender and Schrelck.
TAYLOR SHUTS OUT
THE BROOKLYN SQUAD
By Associated Press.
BROOKLYN. May 25.-.Tack Taylor allowed
the Brooklyn players only three scattered hits
today. Not a local runner reached third and
hut one gnt to second. Attendance 2'« V). Score:
n. h. c.
St. Lnuls 3 9 0
Brooklyn 0 3 4
Batteries—Taylor nnrl Warner; Umscher and
CINCINNATI HAS AN EASY
TIME WITH NEW YORK
By Associated I'ress.
NEW YORK, May M.— Cincinnati easily de
feated New York today In the final game of
the present series. Attendance SOW. Scon':
R. 11. E.
New York 1 3 2
Cincinnati r, 7 1
Batteries— Taylor and Hrcsnahan; Ewlng and
BOSTON ROMPS AWAY
FROM PITTSBURG ARTISTS
Hy Associated Press.
BOSTON", Slay 25.— n>- superior work in all
ili'partmr-nts of the same today ltoston won
from Pittßljurg, 6 to 2. Scoro:
n. ii. c.
Boston 6 11 0
Pittshurg 2 8 8
Batteries— Wllhelm and Needhnnt; Case and
Pcltz. Umphe-O'Day. Attendance 2100.
CHICAGO CUBS WIN
IN FIRST INNING
By Arsoclated Press.
PHILADELPHIA, May 25.— Five hits gave
Chicago the game In the first Inning today
In which Inning both Corrldan and Lundgrrn
relred. Attendance iil l *)*). Score:
R. H. E.
< hlcngo 9 12 3
Philadelphia 4 8 3
TEAMS PLAY TOMORROW
Tomorrow the PanadTia and Montalvo high
schools will meet for the basketball champion
ship of Central California on the local Y. M.
C. A. court. This will be the second game be
tween the two tt'-jniM. and as Pasadena won the
first, Pasadena supporters are confident they
will, carry off the championship. On the same
day the All Stars Kirln' team will meet the
girls of the Highland Park Athletic club on
the Y. M. C. A. court.
Thfre are undelivered telegrams at th»
office of the Western Union Telegraph com
pany for Mrs. Charles Talhott. Mrs. Charles
D, Magne, 1.. <". Mason. Mrs. J. |) Van.--
Qroijear, m. W. Kirk, Harry O. Newton and
It. M. (ihoemaker.
There are undelivered telegrams at the
Postal Telegraph company, 238 South Hprlrig
street, fnr J. !■'. n«ev«a. Oeorga W. Hutchln
son, Arthur Hudson, K. A. Ult-rs. t\ Jl. Wood
and J. it. Walker.
PROF. CHARLES R. LEWER3
OF BTANFORD REBIGN3
By Associated I'rena.
BTANFOUD UNIVKUSITY, May 25.
—The resignation of Prof. Charles Itoaa
Lewera from the law department of
Stanford university was announced to
day. Prof. Charles Henry Huberlch of
the University of Texas has been ap
, pointed to fill the vacancy.
LOS ATTGEtES HERALD j FRIDAY MORNING, MAY aB, 190$.
KEENES COLORS CARRIED TO
VICTORY AT GRAVESEND
$16,000 GOES TO THE WINNER
Last Year's Champion Mller Takes
First Money Easily In Brooklyn.
Ostrich and Grazlallo In
By AMnclatrri TreM.
NEW YORK, May 26.— Delhi, Inst
year's champion mller, carried the
Keene colors to an enfiy victory this
nfternoon fit Oravesend In the Brook
lyn handicap. The speedy son of Ben
Hrush thereby enriched hjs owner by
the sum of $16,000, while Ostrich, from
the Boston stable, captured second
money, $2500, and Oraziallo, the Colum
bia stnbles candidate, won third
money, amounting to $1500. About
30,000 persons were on the grounds, the
attendance being somewhat less thun
the average on handicap days because
of the advance In prices at the gates.
Delhi wns favorite In the betting and
carried thousands upon, thousands of
public money. As good as 4 to 1 could
bo had against his chances at first, but
the flood of wagers forced his price to
5 to 2 in a few minutes. The start was
from the left of the stand. Colonial
Girl drew the rail position and when
the barrier went up showed for a brief
space In front. Not for long, however,
were the Rowe colors to lead, for Delhi
rushed to the fore under vigorous urg
ing, and when the racers scurried past
the judges' stand he already held a
commanding position. Grasslallo, nicely
handled by Htldebrand, worked Into
second place before Colonial Girl, while
Lord of the Vale was fourth, with the
others strung out behind. Proper and
DaintJ- were away badly and did not
move up a particle from beginning
The mile was reeled off in 1:41.
None of the others had been able to
get near the leader, and Burns
cleverly held his place close to the rail,
saving ground all the way. Summary:
About six furlongs — Ivan the Terrible,
won; Bohemia, second; Shotgun, third.
Time, 1:10 2-5.
Mile and sixteenth — Jacquin, won;
Jane Molly, second; Conjurer, third.
Five furlongs— Woolrich, won; First
Water, second; Waterwlng, third.
Time, 1:02 1-5.
The Brooklyn handicap of $20,000, mile
and a quarter— Delhi, 124 (Burns), 3
to 1, won; Ostrich, 92 (W. Knapp), 10
to 1, second; Graziallo, 109 (Hilde
brand), 7 to 1, third. Time, 2:06 2-5.
Sir Brillar, Colonial Girl, Pasadena,
Leonidas, Lord of the Vale, Broom
stick, Proper and Dainty also ran.
About six furlangs— Col. Ruppert,
won; Little Woods, second; Jetsam,
third. Time, 1:10 3-5.
Five furlongs— Voorhees, won; Don
Diego, second; Transmute, third.
WINNERS AT THE ST.
LOUIS FAIR GROUNDS
By Associated Press.
ST. LOUIS, May 25.— Fair Ground results:
Four and a half furlongs — Lady Deer won,
Bnllshot second, Haughty third. Time, 0:57.
Six furlongs— Enverlte won, Apple Sweet
second, Sir Francis II third. Time. 1:17 2-5.
Mile and seventy yards — Beknlghted won,
Blennenworth second, Little Scout third.
Five furlonprs— Starling won. Marvel P.
second. Jack Kerchervllle third. Time. 1:03.
One mile— Major (Jraham won. Hlles sec
ond. Sambo third. Time, 1:45 2-5.
Mile and seventy yards — Uncle Charley
won, I.ucinn second, Fonsoluca third. Time
RESULTS AT THE
ELM RIDGE TRACK
By Associated Pri-sp.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., May 25.— Elm Rldgo
Sovrn furlonsrs — BMllncilan won, Lorctta
11. second, Clover Hampton third. Time,
Six furloncs — Thlstlo.lown won. UunKan
r.on second. Sid Silver third. Time, 1:19.
Four furlonjrB — Gol<iie won, Zlngg second,
Miss Anxious Milrd. Time. o:sl>i-
One mile — The I,ady Kohesla won, Double
second, Trinity Bell third. Time, 1:48.
Five furlongs — Pierce J. won, Sir Andrew
second, Hush Reuben third. Time. 1:05 "i.
One mile — itnundelay won. Eduardo sec
ond, iUrpoon third. Time, I:4SU.
RACE WINNERS AT THE
CHURCHILL DOWNS COURSE
By Associated Frm.
LOUISVILLE, May L's.— Churchill Downs
Five and a half furlnng»-filr Huron won.
Cotton Town second, Kerchrval third. Time,
Seven furlongs-Silver Skin wnn, King of
Troy second: Huttlnnkle third. Time, 1:29 3-5.
One mlls-ForelgnPi- won. Hradley's Pet sec
ond. Big Ufach third. Time. 1:43 2-6.
Five furlongs-110l Pollol won, Hermitage
second. Maple Hurst third. Time. 1:02 2-5.
Ktpeplechaiie, short course— Hed Car won, fia
vond second. Don Ami third. Time. 2:58 2-5.
Mile and twenty yards— Curate won, Apple
sn>iind; Drate third. Time, l:i:>.
HOW THEY RAN AT
THE UNION PARK TRACK
By Associated Press.
ST. LOUIS, May 26.— Union Park reiults:
Hlx furlongs -Hirrtslsyer won. Council second;
Llllio Long third. Time. 1:18 3-5.
Five furlongs— niumenthal won, Chlcarra
second; Hilarity third. Time. 1:04 4-5.
One mile— Moderator won. Dr. Kler second.
El Rey third. Time. 1:83 1-5.
Mile and a sixteenth, handicap— Poitmanter
Wright won, Beecher Mcond, Tancred third.
Four and a half furlrngs— Armistice won.
Bweet l<'lu via second, Rain Devil third. Time,
Five furlongs— Platoon won. The Plains sec
ond, Koundly third. Time, 1:03 4-5.
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FOREST RANGERS MUST
PASS AN EXAMINATION
BUREAU OF FORESTRY PUB.
Defines Qualifications, Salaries and
Duties of Supervisors, Rangers and
Their Deputies and Assistants and
Tells How Appointments Are Made
The bureau of forestry has just is
sued a circular relating to rangers and
other employes of the national forest
reserves which will be of much local
interest. It explains the manner in
which appointments are made, states
the salaries of Its members, Indicates
the knowledge and experience required
of rangers and supervisors and defines
the duties of each.
In order to be eligible to employ
ment, the applicant must pass a civil
service examination. Rangers must be
physically sound, accustomed to out
door work, must have some knowledge
of surveying, estimating and scaling
timber, and must have an understand
ing of lumbering and the live stock
business. The applicant must be thor
oughly familiar with the region In
which he seeks employment. Employ
ment contemplates the devotion of the
entire time of the ranger to his duties.
He must patrol to prevent' fires and
trespass, supervise the cutting of tim
ber and estimate, survey and mark all
timber cut. He must Issue mining per
mits, build cabins and trails, enforce
grazing restrictions. Investigate claims
and make arrests for violation of re
serve laws. The ranger works under
the direction of a supervisor.
Supervisors are generally appointed
through promotion of rangers and must
possess, in addition to all the qualifi
cations of a ranger, superior business
and administrative ability. They deal
with the public in all matters connected
with the sale of timber, control of graz
ing. Issuing of permits and the appli
cation of all regulations for the use and
occupany of forest reserves. A techni
cal knowledge of forestry Is desirable,
but not necessary.
The salaries allowed are as follows:
Supervisors, $1800 to $2500; deputy su
pervisors, $1500 to $1700; rangers, $1200
to $1400; deputy rangers, $1000 to $1100;
assistant rangers, $800 to $900.
DRESS IN COSTUMES
OF EVERY NATION
Dresser] to represent the people of
every nation, In paraphernulla gathered
from all parts of the world, young wo
men of the Art and Travel club of the
Young Woman's Christian association
made merry last evening. There were
about fifty of them In costume and
several hundred persons called In the
evening to take a glimpse with them
through foreign climes. In the center
of the room was a beautiful little Jap
COOKING WITH GAS
To get hot water quick
with gas, you must have an
extra appliance, you know.
anese tea garden, where young women
In Japanese costume served tea. Off
in another corner buttermilk was dis
persed in quaint little jugs by equally
quaint Dutch girls, and at still another
booth, where the Orientals held forth,
coffee was served. A gypsy fortune
teller's tent, with a gypsy queen reign
ing supreme, occupied another corner,
and here there was a merry crowd all
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KS^Pj^^ and Bavarian beers in all their properties, but ex-
ceeds them in keeping qualities. Budweiser is
P^§ggi3^| brewed and bottled only at the home plant of the
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
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I ATA MTTn^ PAY Has Every Advantage That Catalina Has—
| ALAITIIII/J JXA. 1 Without the Sea Voyage
I Bliy Beach And Buy at a Beach that is on a
I Direct Through Line from the City
1 XTOperty Without Change of Cars
Alamitos Beach Tract
Is now reached by the new air line of the great Huntington Electric
System. This line runs to our resort without going to I^ong Beach,
thus saving thirty minutes' time. This new advantage added to. the
many other" natural attractions makes it the queen of all the beaches.
I.OtS NOW Selling >«ffif^ Next season these same
Jfir Lots will be hard
—at ! Mr Through to get at
KBf cars Leave V
$650 X. rfgH $1000 Hi
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Easy Terms A=r M Don>t fail t0 come down
One-third Cash, Balance Sunday for a
Six Per Cent FREE Launch Ride
Robt. Marsh & Co. Strong & Dickinson
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evening waiting to hear what fate hail
In store for them. In the collection of
costumes there were many that had
come from the countries represented
and some exhibited exquisite work
manship. It was around Topsy that
the chief Interest of the evening cen
tered, and it was she who was chosen
to lead the grand inarch. AVhen the
band struck up "America" she saner
with the other young -women, but soon
decided that "Dixie" was more to her
liking and started off in a wild burst of
the old southern melody, until the
harpest, Leonard Miglionlco, and other
singers gave up the light and every one
sang "Dixie." Her cakewalk was a
marvel to all beholders, and even Sha
feka Dibs, the real woman from Jersu
salem, did not attract more attention.