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TO FIGHT HART
ASKS M'CAREY TO ARRANGE
Lawyer.Pugilist Asserts Match With
Heavyweight Champion Is His
Greatest Desire — Would
Prospects for a heavyweight cham
pionship contest In Los Angeles during
the winter are brightening and it Is
not among the Improbabilities that
euch an event • will really occur.
Philadelphia Jack O'Brien, who is
returning from his Alaska tour, is
coming direr t to Los Angeles and
will spend several months here. He
is recognized as one of the really
good middleweights of the present day
and has numerous victories over first
class men to his credit. He Is not
averse to meeting Marvin Hart in a
championship bout and, in fact, has
announced through friends In Los An
geles that he would be really delighted
at the opportunity.
O'Brien and Hart have met twice,
in Philadelphia, when they went six
rounds each time without a dfici.'lon.
O'Brien has met such gladiators as
McCoy and Fitzsimmons and fought
fix rounds with each last year without
Manager McCarey has been instru
mental in getting O'Brien to Los An
geles and undoubtedly has many
matches in prospect for the lawyer
pugilist. McCarey said last night that
he believed O'Brien and Hart could
be brought together this winter in
Los Angeles and that it is probable
negotiations to that end will be opened
Immediately after O'Brien's battle with
the winner of the Sullivan-Burns fight.
In • a recent letter to Manager Mc-
Carey, OTtrien expressed a desire to
meet Hart for the championship and
told McCarey that he was confident
that such a battle would give to him
the heavyweight championship now
held by Hart. O'Brien says Hart Is
the easiest proposition he now has In
prospect. He adds that he prefers to
fight Hart to the winner of the Sulli
van-Burns battle, as he thinks Hart is
O'Brien will be matched to meet the
winner of the Sullivan-Burns fight, and
Until he is finished with that battle
no definite arrangements will be made
for others. , .
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THIS BOY WOULD MEET MARVIN HART FOR CHAMPIONSHIP
SHUT-OUT FOR NEW YORK
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, Sept 29.—The New
York team was shut out today by
Cleveland. The winning run was made
on Turner's single and Barber's three
bagger. Attendance 1200. Score:
r • R. H. E.
Cleveland • 19 7
New York •....:...■. / 0 3 1
Batteries—Rhodes and Clark; Clarkson
and Conner. #■ i • •
PHILADELPHIA WINS AGAIN
By Associated Press. •
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 29. — The
American leaders . scored their second
straight victory over Chicago today In
the crucial series for the championship.
The home team outplayed the visitors
all the way. The Phlladelphlans batted
hard, Chicago using a third pitcher.
Meantime Bender, the Indian, was
pitching a steady game. Except in the
fifth .Inning, when Chicago scored Its
only run on two doubles, Bender kept
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, 190$.
the hits scattered. Attendance 19,100.
Philadelphia n 12 1
■ Batteries— Altrock, Walsh, Smith and
McFarland; Bender and Schreck.
WASHINGTON LOSES TO BT. LOUIB
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 29.—Washing
ton gave St. Louis today's game.' Mor
gan of St. Louis was put off the field
for disputing the umpire's decisions.
Washlnpttcn, 6' 8 1>
St. Louis 11 io 12
Batteries— Adams, Manual. Hardy and
Hendel; Buchanan and Spencer.
BOSTON LOSES TO DETROIT
By Associated Press.
BOSTON, Sept. 29.— A batting rally
in the north won today's game for De
troit by the score of 4 to 1. Attend
ance 400. Score: '
R. H. B.
Detroit 4 4 1
Boston <.. .......... 1 9,. 3
Batteries— Mullln and Wagner; Gibson
SHUTS OUT SEALS BY GOOD
Tim Flood Helps Angels' Score Along
by Hitting the Ball for Home
Run — Total Tallies,
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 29.— Pitcher
Tozer of Los Angeles was the chief
cause of the defeat of the local team
He held the opposing batsmen down
to three scattered hits and as the er
rors made by his team were not ex
pensive the shut out of San Francisco
Flood contributed a home run to the
Bernard, cf 5 0 0 0 10 0
Flood, 2b 4 110 3 3 1
Smith, 3b 3 0 112 11
Brashear, FS 4 0 10 130
Dillon, lb 4 0 0 0 16 0 0
Cravath, rf 4 112 10 0
Ross, If 4 13 0 10 1
Eager, o 4 0 10 2 2 1
Tozer, p 4 0 10 0 7 0
Totals .....36 3 9 3 27 16 ~4
Waldron, cf -.. 3 0 2 0 0 0
Mohler, 2b 4 0 ,0 0 15 0
Hlldebrand, If 4 0 10 3 0 0
Nealon, lb. 4 0 0 0 10 0 0
Householder, rf 3 0 0 0 2 0 0
Irwln, 3b 3 0 0 0 - - 0
Shea, c 2 0 0 0 4 10
Gochnauer, ss 2 0 0 0 5 4 2
Whalen, p 3 0 0 0 0 4 1
Spencer, cf. -. 10 0 0 0 1 0
Wheeler, us 10 0 0 10 0
Totals 30 0 8 0 27 16 1
Score by innings:'
Los Angeles 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 o—3
Base hits 0 2 0 1 0 0 2 2 t— 9
San Francisco...... o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o—o
Base hits 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 o—3
Home run— Flood. Two base hits-
Smith. First base on errors— San Fran
cisco, 1; Los Angeles, 2. First base on
called balls— Off Tozer, 1; off Whalen, 1
Left on bases— San Francisco, 5; Los An
geles, 5. Struck out— By Tozer, 2; by
Whalen, 4. Time— l:4o. Umpire— Davis.
LEADERS LOSE TO TACOMA
Spectacular Catch by McLaughlln In
,- i. ;>iv : the Ninth Inning Closes'
i : ;'V:V : vV •"''■' Contest
By Associated Press.
SPOKANE, Wash., Sept. 29.—Oak
land waa less fortunate in placing her
hits In today's game against Tacoma
and lost a close and exciting contest,
which was decided only by a spectac
ular catch by McLaughlin for the third
out in the ninth Inning. ■,
Score: • ■ . ._
Oakland ... 1 o' o 010 0 1 Ohd s 1
Tacoma.... 0 I*o. 2 1 0"0 0 x— 4 '8 8
Batteries— Blexrud and Hackett; Thom
as and Graham. Umpire— McDonald. \
PORTLAND TEAM SHUT OUT
Pitcher Roach Allows Webfooters Only
Three Hits — Essick Found
By Associated Press.
SEATTLE, Sept. 29.— The Webfooters
were "shut out by Russ Hall's aggre
Essick went in the air In the sixth
inning and Seattle scored three times.
Roach for Seattle was found for but
three hits. Score:
R. H. E
Seattle .... 00000301 x— 4 7 8
Portland ..00000000 0-0 3 2
Batteries— Roach and Blankenshlp; Es
sick and Conrad. Umpire— Howletts.
JACK JOHNSON ISSUES DEFI
Negro Champion Offers to Btop "Twin"
Sullivan In Ten Rounds or
Jack Johnson, ' negro heavyweight
champion of the world, arrived yester
day from San Francisco and Imme
diately offered to post a wager of $2000
that he could stop "Twin" Sullivan in
Johnson has not been very 4 noisy
since Marvin Hart put him away some
months ago, but has broken out again
and is seeking a match with anybody
who hankers for a "rough house"
Manager McCarey has his hands full
at the present with other contests and
Johnson .may not receive any extra
ordinary attention for a few weeks.
DOUBLE HEADER FOR NEW YORK
By Associated Presa.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 29.—Pitching more
with his head than with his arm, Mat
thewson held Shay on third base in
the ninth inning of the first game of
today's double-header, after the latter
had swept the bases and tied the score
with a three-bagger. There was no one
out, but Matthewson, by adopting the
dangerous tactics of passing strong
batters and directing his attention to
the weaker ones, retired the side. New
York wdh the game in the eleventh.
The second game ,was all New York's.
Attendance 3500. Score:
"First same: R. H. E.
St. Louis , B 12 3
New York 6 9 0
Batteries—McFarland, Thielman add
Grady; Matthewson and Bresnahan.
Second game: R. H. E.
St. Louis 15 2
New York 6 6 0
Batteries—McDougall and Leahy; Tay
lor and . Clarke, ; Umpires—P«ars and
BATTING WIN 3 FOR CINCINNATI
By Aascclated Press. -.'■•.•:••
CINCINNATI) Sept. 29. — Philadel
phia was defeated by the superior hit
ting of the locals, who had a number
of men left on bases. Attendance 1000.
Score: » .
I R. H. B.
Cincinnati 7 14 0
Philadelphia 2 8 8
Batteries— Chech and Schlel; Plttlnger
and Munson. Umpire— Kletn. .
TWIN AND TOMMY
ARE DUE TODAY
SCRAPPERS TO BEGIN ACTIVE
TRAINING AT ONCE
Manager McCarey Hears From Sulll.
van and Burns and Expects Both
This Afternoon — Zubrick
■ . Already Here
Sullivan and Burns are expected to
arrive today and begin active training
for their battle to occur October' 17.
Manager McCarey heard from both the
boys yesterday and each stated that he
would arrive during today.
Sullivan 1b coming by boat and is
due to arrive in San Pedro this after
noon. He will come at once to Los An
geles and arrange for training quarters.
It has not been definitely decided where
they will train, but McCarey said last
night that one of them would train at
the pavilion, while the other would go
to North Beach, Santa Monica. This
question will be decided today.
Burns telegraphed that Vie would ar
rive today on the owl. He is to have
the advantage of Warren Zubrick's
services In training and will lose no
time , in getting down to hard work.
Zubrick is his old sparring partner and
arrived yesterday from Buffalo, hav
ing come in, response to a telegram
from Burns. , ,'
Zubrick returned east immediately
after disposing 1 of Frank Fields last
month, but when final arrangements
were made for the Sullivan-Burns bat
tle Burns required his services and
sent for him. Zubrick is anxious to get
on, a match while here and doubtless
Manager McCarey will accommodate
Boys Hard at Work
Probably five hundred persons yes
terday^ witnessed the training stunts of
the boys who will go on McCarey's
card Tuesday night. The privilege of
the pavilion has been given by Mc-
Carey to the pugilistic fans and they
are dally flocking to the arena to get
a line on the fighters.
As each day passes the training pro
grams become harder and more work
is being done by the sefappers at the
pavilion than would be required of a
world's champion ■in preparation for
a grueling match.'
And, they are all bears for work. Not
one In the bunch can hear the command
to "let up" and trainers are consider
ing ; the advisability, of securing police
aid to compel. the boys to break away
and not overwork themselves.
LOS ANGELES TO HAVE
BEST FOOTBALL GAMES
Los Angeles will witness the best
football games of the southern season
and the schedule has been so arranged
that from the initial game of October
7, fetween St. Vincent's and the LO3
Angeles high school, until the conclud
ing New Year's contest, no week is to
intervene without at least one match
ir which the leading teams of tha
south will participate.
The first three games will give a
line on the abilities of the local elevens,
after which the outside aggregations
are due for five matches that have
all 'the earmarks of good sport. Christ
mas day the Haskell Indians and the
Sherman braves . are expected to put
up the game of the year, and thet
novelty of a pigskin meet between two
redskin teams will probably prove the
card of the fag end season.
Following is the schedule arranged
for the city: (■■',"
October 7— St. Vincent vs. Los An
geles high school. ■ .
October 14— Los Angeles high school
October 21, - a. m. — University of
Southern California vs. Los Angeles
high school. . . . ...
October 21, p. m.— Sherman . Indiana
vs. Berkeley. . .... ' . .
October 28— Stanford vs. Sherman
Indians. '; ." }■•. . ... '...-.' ,
November 4— Los Angeles high school
vs. Belmont academy.
November 11 — University of Arizona
vs. Pomona. . . ...
November 18, a. m. — Pomona high!
school vs. Los Angeles high school.
November 18, p. m. — St. Vincent's vs.
University of Arizona. , . ... ••. .
| November 25— Sherman Indians vs.
University of Southern California. ■
December 2— Throop Polytechnic vs.
Los Angeles high school.
December 9— Los Angeles high school
vs. Redlands. ■ : . . .. . <• .
December 16— lios Angeles Polytech
nic vs. Los Angeles high school. '. ..
Christmas day— Haskell Indians vs.
Sherman Indians. •
New Year's day— AH Stars vs. Sher-i
man Indians. . . , - ; .
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
Pacific Coast League
Played. Won. Lost. P.C.
Oakland 57 34 23 .696
Los Angeles 50 25 25 .600
Tacoma 62 25 27 .481
Portland '. 60 24 26 .480
Seattle 49 23 28 .469
San Francisco 62 24 28' -463
VANDERBII.T'3 HORSE WINB
By Associated Press. • ; '. . , '■•' •
PARIS,, Sept. 29.— W. K. Vanderbilt'a
Prestige won the Prix Biennial of 14000
at the Malson la Fitte races today. °
Pale and G^/i£to Bavarian
' On Draught at
Jos. Melczer & Co; 141-147 S. Main