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ANGELS MAKE
FIVE ERRORS
AND INCIDENTALLY 'LOSE TO
THE SEALS
TOZIER PITCHES GOOD GAME
Heartbreaking Story to Tell, but 'Tia
Minus Consolation of Hard Luck
Tale — Playing Become*
Farcical
■ San Francisco, 6; Los Angeles, 2.
.The, crippled Angels were .again de
feated yesterday, San Francisco find
ing Tozier for a sufficient number of
hits at critical stages of the game to
keep ahead until the gong sounded.
However, it was not , Tozier's fault
entirely, as he allowed the Seals but
six hits in the nine innings, while the
Angels scored eight hits. A glance
at the error column will explain tho
defeat.
j The Seals put up an errorless game,
while Flood, Smith and Tozier contrib
uted one error each and Spies gave two
toward assisting the boys from the
north to take the game.
Roy Hitt. 6na of Capt. Wilson's
new men. ehled castors for the Seals
and pitched a creditable game.
:In the thifd Inning San Francisco
scored three runs, sufficient to win
the game, on one hit. In the ninth
inning they scored again without the
assistance of a hit. This is the "reason
why."
lln only one Inning did the Seals
make more than one hit, the seventh,
and in that inning two hits failed to
bring them a run.
j Tozier deserved to win his game, ns
ho outpitched Hltt, but Hltfs men hit
the ball at opportune moments and
then "hit the grit" like ballplayers
Should, a sufficient number of them
scooting around the sacks to knock
another peg from under the locals and
bring them closer to fourth position.
The score reads like this:
: • LOS ANGELES.
AB R BH SB PO A E
Bernard, cf 4 1 2 0 1 0 0
Flood. 2b 4 0 0 2 6 7 1
Smith, 3b 4 0 2 0 1 3 1
Dillon, lb 2 0 1 1 15 1 0
Cravath. rf 3 0 0 0 0 1 0
Ross. If 4 0 1 0 1 0 0
Toman, ss ...4 0 0 0 0 2 0
Kpies. c 3 12 14 2 2
Tozier, p 3 0 0 0 0 5 1
Totals 31 2 8 4 27 21 6
SAN FRANCISCO.
AB R BH SB PO A E
Waldron, cf 4 1 0 0 4 0 0
Mohler, 2b 3 0 0 0 2 3 0
Hlldebrand. If 4 0 0 0 2.0 0
Nealon, lb 4 1 2 0 12 0 0
Irwin, 3b 3 10 0 220
Bpenccr. rf 3 0 2 0 1 0 0
Gochnauer, ss 3 0 0 0 2 3 0
Wilson, c 3 1 1 0 2 4 0
Hitt, p 4 _± _i J? _£_!_!!
Totals 31 5 (! 0 27 15 0
.; RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS.
Los Angeles 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 o—2
Base hits 1 0 4 10 110 o—B
San Francisco 0 0 3 0 0 10 0 I—s1 — 5
Base hits 0 110 0 12 1 o—6
SUMMARY.
■ Home runs — Nealon. Two-base hits
— Spies. Spencer, Bernard. Sacrifice
hits — Mohler. Dillon, Spencer. First
base on errors — San Francisco, 3. Lpft
on bases — Los Angeles, 3; San Francis
co 3. Bases on balls — Off Hltt, 2; off
To'zier, 1. Struck out — By Tozier. 1;
by Hltt, 1. Hit by pitched ball—Wil
son. Time — 1:40. Umpire — Davis.
PORTLAND HITS BLEXRUD
AND WINS FROM OAKS
Devereaux, Injured by Colliding With
McLean, Forced to Leave
the Game
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. Id,— Blexrud
was taken out of the box in the mid
dle of the fourth Inning after four runs
had been made by Portland and when
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substituted, and the northern team
made but one run off his delivery. Oak
land secured a run- in the first inning
and three in the second.
Devereaux was forced out of the
game on account of an injury received
by running into McLean. . Score:
:";".. PORTLAND. . *
AB R BH SB PO A E
Atz. ss 4 0 1 0' 0 « 0
McCreedle. rf ../.... 4 0 0 04 0 6
Van Buren. If 6 0. 2 0 2,1 0
Mitchell, lb .; 6 1 ' 1 0 10 0 0
Schlany, 2b 2 2 10 6- 3.0
McLean, c 4,22.0.3.0 1
Mellale, cf .......... 2 1 2 0 1' 0 6
Sweeney, 3b 4 1 .2 .0\ 1 . 3 0
Cates, p 3 , 0 .1 0 _1 j» _0
Totals '. .....33 ; 7 12 0 27 18 1
OAKLAND. V >
ABR BHSBPO A E
Van Haltren, cf .... 3 2 10 10 0
Kruger, rf 5 0 10 3 0 0
Dunleavy, If 4 Q 0 0 2 0 0
Mosklman, lb 3 0 0 0 12 0 0
Kelly, 2b 4 0 10 3 6 0)
Richards, 3b 4 0 10 12 01
Devereaux, ss 2 0 0 0 0 10
Hackett, o 8 1 3 0 % 3 1
Blexrud, p 0 10 0 0 2 1
Francks, ss 2 0 0 0 3 0 0
Graham, p 3 0 10 0 10
Totals 33 4 8 0 27 14 2
SCORE AND HlfS BY INNINGS.
Portland 0 20400100—7
Base hits 0 2 0 6 10 2 0 1-12
Oakland 1 30000000-4
Base hits 2 21001002—8
SUMMARY.
Hits— Off Blexrud 6, off Graham 6.
Three-base hits— Van Haltren. Schlaflj-.
Two-base hits— Hackett 2, Mitchell. Sac
rifice hits— McCreedle, McHale 2, 8chl«
fly. First base on called balls— Cates 3,
Blexrud 2, Graham 2. Left on bases-
Portland 7, Oakland 6. Struck out—
Cates 2, Blexrud 1. Hit by pitcher—
Blexrud, Hackett. Double plays— At« to
Schlafly to Mitchell; Hackett to Moskl
man. Time— l:4o. Umpire— Perrlne.
BEATTLE.TACOMA GAME
IS ENDED BY RAIN
By Associated Press.
SEATTLE, Sept. 19.— After the fifth
inning, when Seattle scored two runs,
the game was called on account of rain
and at a time when two Tigers were on
bases. Score:
R. H. E.
Seattle 0 0 0 0 2—2 1 1
Tacoma 0 0 0 0 o—o0 — 0 1 3
Batteries— Miller and Frary; Emer
son and Hogan. Umpire — McDonald.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
OVERALL'S PITCHING NOT
GOOD ENOUGH TO WIN
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO, Sept. 19.— The locals de
feated Cincinnati today. Attendance,
Chicago • 8 16 0
Cincinnati 6 11 0
Batteries — Weimer, Ruhlbach and
O'Neill; Overell and Schlei. Umpire —
Bausewine.
PHILADELPHIA AND GIANTS
HAVE AN EVEN BREAK
By Associated Press.
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 19.—Phila
delphia and New York divided honors
today. The locals won the first game in
the tenth inning, only through Bresna
han's wild throw. In the second
Matthewson held the Philadelphia bats
men at his mercy and let them down
with two hits. Attendance, 6100. Scores:
First gam*— R. H. B.
Philadelphia 3 11 2
New York 2 9 1
• Batteries — Pittlnger and Dooln; Mc-
Ginnlty and Bresnahan. Umpires —
O'Day and Klem. •
Second game — R. H. E.
Philadelphia 1 2 0
New York 2 9 2
Batteries — Duggleby, . Sparks, Abbott
and Dooln; Matthewson and Bowerman.
Umpires — O'Day and Klem.
OFFICIALS WILL PREVENT
RUHLIN-WILLE CONTEST
Salt Lake Authorities Threaten to Ar.
reet Principals When They
Enter Ring
By Associated Press.
SALT LAKE, Sept. 19.— The John
Wille-Gus Ruhlin fight advertised to
take place here next Tuesday night -will
be prohibited by the county author
ities, notwithstanding that Mayor Mor
ris has issued a permit for the fight.
County Attorney Christensen today
stated that the contest advertised
would be a prize fight and as such
would be in violation of the law. He
co notified Sheriff Emery and the lat
ter served notice on the promoters of
the fight that arrests would be made
,1! the men came into the ring.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY 'MORNING, SEPTEMBER ao, 1905..
WHITNEY WILLING THAT ?;
ARTFUL MEET SYSONBY
Race N6w Depends on Consent of
Trainer John R.
Rogers
By Associated Press.
NEW 1 YORK, Sept. 19.— A, I/. Aste's
Hooray, a 12 to 1 shot, easily won the
Stilly handicap at Gravesend today, de
feating the favorite, King's Daughter,
over a heavy track.- C; J. Fitzgerald,
general manager of the Brighton Beach
association, today, received a cablegram
from tfarfy P. Whitney, who Is In Lon
don, to the effect that he Is willing to
race Artful against Sysonby next week
at the Brighton Beach meeting, pro
viding that his trainer, John R. Rogers,
is willing. In' the event of an agree
ment to meet the race will be run one
week from tomorrow. Results:
About six furlongs— Rotropa won; Sir
Caruthers, second; Eloisa, third. Time,
1:22 2-6.
One mile and a quarter— Yorkshire
Lad won; Voloday, second; Cigar
Lighter, third. Time, 2:09.
About six furlongs— Jim Ben won;
Collector Jessup, second; Runnells,
third. Time, 1:15. ,
Handicap, about six furlongs— Hooray
won; Saulsberry, second; Aucassin,
third. Time, 1:15 3-5.
Mile and a sixteenth— Baron Esher
won; Saulsbery, second; Aucassin,
third. Time, 1:61 2-5.
RESULTS OF GRAND CIRCUIT
MEETING AT COLUMBUS
By Associated Press.
COLUMBUS, 0., Sept. 19.— Grand
circuit results:
Kentucky Stock Farm futurity, 3
year-old pacers, two in three, purse
$1500— Bonalet defeated Miss Adbell in
two straight heats. Time, 2:16%, 2:11%.
2:18 class, trotting, three in five, purse
$1000— Pat T won first, second and
fourth heats in 2:11%, 2:12, 2:12. Miss
Kinney won third heat ir. 2:11%. Black
Patchen and ten others also started.
Hotel Hartman purse $5000 for 2:18
pacers, three heats— Hal C won second
and third heats in 2:12%, 2:13%- Albula.
won first heat in 2:12%. F. K. Park and
Druid Vixen also started. ,
Columbus purse $2000 for 2:09 trotters,
three heats — Norman B won three heats
in 2:06%, 2:02%, 2:08%. Masetto, An
giola, Redan and Direct View also
started.
2:15 class pace, purse $1000 (un
finished)— Martha Young won first heat
In 2:18. The Judge, Miss George, Byrle
Wilkes, Ethel Rice, Regina, Brownie,
Wild Brine, Alfalfa and Storado also
started.
RESULTS" OF RACING
AT CHURCHILL DOWNS
By Associated Press.
LOUISVILLE, Sept. 19.— Results at
Churchill Downs:
Six furlongs— Erla Lee won; Agnes
Virginia, second; Azelina, third. Time,
1:15%.
' One mile— Miss Rlllle won; Maldlc
tion, second; Wakeful, third. Time,
1:44 3-5.
Five and a hall furlongs— Minnie
Adams won; ' Chief Hays, second;
Youth, third. Time, 1:09.
Six furlongs, handicap— Devout won;
Redleaf, second; Lasagltta, third. Time,
1:15%.
Steeplechase, short course— Golden
Link won; Jim Tyrell, second; Ber
muda, third. Time, 2:54 3-5.
Mile and an eighth— Tartar won; Mar
shall Ney, second; Hortensla, third.
Time, 1:07 2-5.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
Pacific Coast League
Played. Won. Lost. P.C.
Oakland 48 28 19 .604
Portland 42 22 20 .521
Los Angeles 41 20 21 .488
Seattle 43 20 23 .465
San Francisco 43 20 23 .465
Tacoma 45 20 25 .444
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Two missionaries from Afghanistan
have arrived In Liverpool. Their intention
is to convert England to Islam.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
DUMB BASE RUNNING IS
j CAUSE OF BT. LOUIB* DEFEAT
By Associated Pr«M.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 19.— Dumb baserun
ning, coupled with atrocious fielding,
enabled Chicago to win by a comforta
ble margin today. Attendance, 1600.
Score* *
St. Louis 3 16 •>
Chicago 9 9 2
Batteries — Glade and Roth; Owen and
Sullivan.
NEW YORK AND PHILLIES
- :-• ' EACH SCORE SHUTOUT
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, Sept. 19.— The New
York and Philadelphia Americans met
in a double header here today, and each
team scored a shutout. Attendance,
4000. Scores:
Ne^otfr-.; ?-l?- E 0
Philadelphia 0 2 1
Batteries — Puttmann and Klelnow;
Coakley and Schrelck.
Second game — • R. H. E,
New York 0 « 0
Philadelphia 3 9 1
Batteries— Goode, Griffith and Klel
now; Bender and Powers.
CLEVELAND TEAM TAKES
A DOUBLE HEADER
By Associated Press. ,
CLEVELAND, Sept 19.— Cleveland
won two games from Detroit today. The
first game was a pitchers' battle. The i
second was called In the fifth on ac
count of rain. Scores,:
First game— R. H. E.
Cleveland 2 9 0
Detroit 1 6 0 I
Batteries — Moore and Wakefield; .
Donovan, Drill and Dofan.
Second game — R. H. E. \
Cleveland 4 6 0 .
Detroit 2 6 1 J
Batteries— West and Clark; Kltson ]
and Drill. ' ,
BOSTON TEAM WINS TWO;
CV YOUNG IN GOOD FORM
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 19.— Boston ]
won both games today, Cy Young shut- '
ting out Washington with only two i
hits In the first, while Falkenburg lost
the second through three bases on balls 1
in the ninth. Scores: <
First game — R. H. E. i
Washington 0 2 0
Boston 1 7 0
Batteries — Townsend and Heydon; j
Young and Crlger.
Second game — R. H. E.
Washington 6 10 0
Boston 7 10 3
Batteries — Falkenberg and Klttredge; «
Berry, Tannehill, Armbruster and Crl- {
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HANLON AND HERRERA
SIGN FIGHT AGREEMENT
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 19.— The
Herrera-Hanlon match will take place,
both- men having signed articles. For
feits of $500 are to be posted and a
$1000 side bet will be deposited today
at noon. The agreement calls for a
meeting October 17 at the Pacific
Athletic club of Los Angeles, the com
batants to weigh 133 pounds at the
ringside and to receive 50 per cent of
the gross receipts, to be divided 75 and
2S per cent.
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FIRE SWEEPS TOWN'S
BUSINESS SECTION
La Porte Visited by a Conflagration
Whloh Consumes Valuable
Uninsured Property
By Associated Press.
MARYSVILLE, Sept. 19.—Almost the
tntire business section of the town of
La Porte, «n the mountains sixty miles
east of here, has been destroyed by
fire that started in the Chinese quarter
at 9 o'clock yesterday morning £nd
burned until noon. Advices received
here say that all the business houses
except Rosertburg & Jones' fireproof
store were burned. This firm lost two
large warehouses and their contents
on which no insurance was carried.
The Mose Boreland and Frartk Cayot
hotels, the only ones in the town, were
consumed. The Cayot livery stable, A.
Harris' store, Mrs. Maxwell & Sons'
store, Manuel Miguel's saloon, Tom
Larramore's flalobn and other business
places were destroyed.
The residence section was naved. The
loss, estimated at about $100,040, Is
partly covered by insurance.
BROOKLYNITE INDICTED
ON BIGAMY CHARGE
Grand Jury Returns Bill Charging
Frederick E. Carlton With Hay.
Ing Four Wives
NEW YORK, .Sept. 19.— Indictments
accusing Frederick E. Carlton of Brook
lyn of bigamy in marrying four women,
three In Brooklyn and one at Rochester,
N. V., were found by the grand jury of
Kings county today. It Is alleged that
he married Willetta S. Birden in this
city In 1894; Lulu Ketterlng at Roches
ter in December, 1897; Mary J. Smith in
Brooklyn In 1903, and Marie Gorman in
Brooklyn in 1904. He is alleged to have
used the name of William E. Rodriguez
in marrying the Rochester girl.
Carlton pleaded not guilty and the
hearing was postponed to September 25
ort his statement that he wanted wit
nesses from San Francisco.
SALINAS FEELS SHARP
EARTHQUAKE SHOCK
SALINAS, Sept. 19.— A sharp, short
earthquake shock was felt here about
5:30 this morning. Its direction was
from northeast to southwest. No dam
age was done.
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