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SEALS TAKE GAME; SCORE
IS 9 TO 1
Baum Is Hit Hard In Several Innings
and Gets Poor Support — House.
holder Drives In Four
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Special to The Herald.
- SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 6.— Hitt was
invincible today except In the fifth
inning, when the men from the south
land saved a shut out by sending Bra
shear over on his hit, a steal to second
and Ross' out.
'. Baum was touched up freely all the
way, but ragged support soured him
and he apparently did not try after the
sixth, when the Seals sent two men
across on errors, steals and about all
the baseball bungles on the calendar.
In the seventh. Householder and
Spenoer collided while going after
Smith's long fly and both were laid
out, but the shock seemed to clear
Householder's batting eye, as he hit
over the fence with two on bases on
his next time up. The score:
Brashear. cf. 3 0 10 1 0.0
.Flood, 2b. ..., 4 0 0.0 1 3 rl
Smith, Sb 4 0 2 0' 2 0 3
Mlddleton, ss 4 0 0 0 2 4 1
Dillon, lb 4 0 . 1 0 10 2. 0
Cravath, rf 3 11 10 0 0
Ross, If 3 0 0 1 3 0 0
Eager, c 3 0 0 0 5 1 0
Baum, p 3 0 0 0 0 4 1
Totals .......31 1 5 2 24 14 6
AB R BH SB PO A E
Spencer, cf 5 1 1 1 2 0 0
Mohler, 2b 4 1 1 1 4 0 0
Hlldebrand, If. 5 2 2 0 2 0 0
Nealon, lb 5 1 2 0 6 0 10
Householder, rf... 3 1 2 1 4 0 0
Wheeler, 3b 3 0 2 10 3 0
Wilson, c 4 0 0 0 9 3 0
Gouchnauer, 55.... 4 % 2 0 0 2 1
Hltt, p 3 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 36 ~9 12 4 27 8 2
Score by innings:
Los Angeles 000010 00 0 — 1
■ Base hits 0 0012100 1 — 5
San Frsco 00100 260 • — 9
Base hits 0 12 10 3 4 1 •— 12
Home run — Householder. Sacrifice
hits — Householder. Hitt. First base
on errors — Los Angeles, 2; San Fran
cisco. 4. Bases on balls — Off Baum, 1:
off Hitt, 1. Left on bases — Los An
geles, 4; San Francisco. 8. Struck out
—By Baum, 2; by Hill, 7. Hit by
pitcher — Wheeler. Double plays — Baum
to Mlddleton to Dillon; Wilson to Moh
ler. Time of game — 1:45. Umpire —
IBERG TOO MUCH FOR SEATTLE
Oakland Team Hits Jones Oppor
tunely and Wins by a Score
of 3 to 2
By Associated Press.
SEATTLE, Oct. s.— Ham Iberg of
the leaders had the local team up In
the air with his slow ball today. Se
attle could not hit at the right time and
Jones was landed on when it did the
Oakland team the most good. Score:
R. H. E.
Seattle ..0 0002000 o—2 7 1
Oakland .11001000 0 — 3 8 1
Batteries — Jones and Blankenshlp;
Iberg and Barnes. Umpires — Cachnard
RAIN POSTPONES GAME
By Associated Press.
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. s.— Portland-
Tacoma game postponed; rain.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
Oakland 61 36 25 .530
San Francisco 58 28 30 .433
Los Angeles 56 27 29 .452
Tacoma 54 26 2S .481
Seattle 52 25 27 .481
Portland 51 24 27 .471
By Associated press.
CLEVELAND, Oct, 6.—Cleveland's
chances of regaining third place were
settled when they were defeated today
by Detroit. Cleveland could not hit
Killlan and the local's errors were re
sponsible for most of Detroit's runs.
Attendance 1300. Score:
Cleveland f f *i
.O<stroit 7 12 0
Batteries —Rhoades and Clarke; Kll
lian and Warner.
NEW YORK WINS ON STICK WORK
By Associated Press.
BOSTON, Oct. s.—New York made
today's game exciting by a batting
rally in the eighth which netted the
visitors five runs. Attendance 3100.
Boston ,fr I? Ei
.Boston ..10 10 4
New York B 9 3
Batteries—Young and Criger; Putt
roann and Kleinow.
LACK GAME OF CHAMPIONSHIP
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, Oct. s.—Philadel
phia won both games of the double
header today by superior work. One
more victory will make the Philadel
phlas champions of the American
league for 1905. Attendance 6700.
Philadelphia f if *i
Washington 0 7 1
Batteries — Llnder and Schreck;
Townsend and Heydon.
R. H. E.
Philadelphia 9 13 0
Washington 7 11 2
Batteries — Coakley, Bender and
Schreck; Patten and Heydon.
PHILLIES AND GIANTS EACH WIN
By Associated Pi-ess.
NEW YORK. Oct. 6.— ln a double
header today the Philadelphia Nation
als broke even with the New York Na
tional League champions. Ten thou
sand people saw the contests. The sec
ond game was called on account of
darkness, after the visiting team had
finished the first half of the sixth in
R. H. E.
New York 1 8 4
Philadelphia 4 7 4
Batturles— Matthewson and Bower
man; Lush, Sparks and Dooln.
Second game: "-.'■■• '■',-'
I R. H. B.
New York B 2 2
Philadelphia .3 4 2
Batteries — McGlnnlty and Clark;
Sparks and Dooln. Umpire— Emslle.
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James Sanderson, Left Half
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ETHEL'S PRIDE WINS
DAN PATCH EQUALS HIS RECORD
OF 1:56 FLAT
One of the Largest Crowds Ever As.
sembled at Louisville Track Sees
Mare Owned by John Shepperd of
Boston Take the Classic Event
By Associated Press.
LEXINGTON, Oct. s.— One of the
largest crowds that ever attended the
trotting races here saw Ethel's Pride,
the favorite, win the classic Transyl
vania stakes, worth $5000, in straight
heats today. It was the seventeenth
renewal of this race. There were nine
starters and Ethel's Pride sold favor
ite. Ethel's Pride is owned by John
Shepperd of Boston, and was driven
by W. T. Andrews. Dan Patch, the
world's champion pacer, equaled his
record for the fastest mile ever trotted
or paced over it. He was driven by H.
C. Hearsey, and his fractional time
was: :29 1-4; :58 3-4, 1:27 1-4 and 1:56.
Results: ,'.' ;
Pacing Futurity, 3-year-olds, value
$2000, three in five— Bonalette won
three straight heats in 2:09 1-4, 2:10,
2-5. 2:10 1-2.
Transylvania stake, purse $5000; 2:15
class trotting, three in five— Ethel's
Pride won three straight heats in 2:08
1-4 2:06 3-4, 2:07 1-2. Turdey, Main
land, John Caldwell, Kid Shay, Dela
ree, Morn, Belle C. and Pat Ford also
started. . - j
2:18 class trotting, purse $1000 (first
division)— three in five (unfinished)—
Miss Kinney won second and third:
heats in 2:10 3-4. 2:11 1-2, A. Perm won |
first and fourth heats in 2:11 1-4, 2:11.
2:16 class trotting, $1000 (second di
vision), 3 in s— Mainsheet won three
straight heats in 2:08 1-2, 2:09 1-2, 2:10
BROOMSTICK LOSES AT 12 TO 1
tfy Associated Press
NEW YORK, Oct. s.— The surprise
of the day at Belmont park today was
the defeat of the 1 to 12 favorite,
Broomstick, in the last race, which was
won by Sailor Boy, a 12 to 1 shot. Re
Seven furlongs— Just So won, King
Pepper second. Jack McKeen third.
Time, 1:26 1-5.
Steeplechase, about two miles—Del
canta won, The Lad second, Alfar
third. Time, 4:04.
Six furlongs — Lawsonlan won, Con
test second, Naguard third. Time,
The Hunter handicap, mile— Coy
Maid won, Rose of Dawn second, Del
phi third. Time, 1:39 3-5.
Six furlongs— Pythia won. Carry sec
ond. Curley Jim third. Time, 1:13 1-5.
Mile and a furlong— Sailor Boy won.
Broomstick second, Louis H third.
CHURCHILL DOWNS SUMMARY
By Associated Press. .
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Oct. 6.— Churchill
Six furlongs— Royal. Legend won,
Euba second, Algonquin third. Time,
Seven furlongs— Theo Case won, Sher
rlll second, Belden third. Time,
Five and a half furlongs—Funlcu
lalre won, Lapucella second, Mallory
third. Time, 1:08 1-5.
Two miles. The Vie Lorch cvp — Do
linda won. Little Elkin second, Glisten
third. Time, 3:32 1-5. ,'-#•
Steeplechase handicap, full course —
John E. Owens won, Charawind second,
Jim Tyrrell third. Time, 3:50.
One mile— Harmakis won, Autollght
second. Varieties third. Time, 1:43.
ENTRIES AT BELMONT
First race— Selling, mile:
On The Eve.... 109 Winsome Wlnnle.lol '
Tweedle 1(« Arietta ..101 i
Florrle B 106 Fin OS
Maid Tlmbucto.lo.l Salt and Pepper. 96
Myrlca 10T, Btarthatshines .. 96
St. Roma ins
Second race— Handicap, six furlongs:
Accountant ....120 Water Grass I<X)
Sidney F 114 Old Guard 97
Brother Frank. lll Gentian 00.
Klnley Dale ...112 '
Third race— Manhattan handicap, nix ,
furlongs; main course: >
Rosben 147 Kllngsor ...102
Yon Tromp 114 Humorist 100 ,
Aeronaut 105 Bell Strome ...... 98
Race King 101 Goldsmith :i3
Fourth race — The Dlxiana, one mile:
Yon Tromp 126 Don Royal 115
Preen 115 Dreamer 109
Fifth race— Selling, for two-year-olds;
Peeping Tom ...104 Water Tank ..... 90
Magic Power 97 Wes S3
Miss Point 96 Sterling 89
Birmingham ... 01 J. K. F. ;.. 89
Sixth race— Selling, one mile: ,
Reticent ;.108 Benvollo ■ ..-,.. wj
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 190$.
Lord Badge ....105 Oro 94
Pronta 103 White Ghost 03
King Rose 10! i Hippocrates 93
Bronze Wing....Ki3 Platoon '. 91
Gold Fleur in.l Weyth W
Clifton Forge. ..MW Gamara 89
Boldsmlth 102 Cabin 88
Grenade 10L' Peggy Oneal SS
New Mown HaylOO NlnnasQuaw 68
Jennie McCabe. 97 Suffice S8
Martin Mas .... 97
ENTRIES AT LOUISVILLE
' First race— Six furlongs, selling:
John Lascalle... 99 Cortlerrarl 104
Gilded Lady .... 89 Dutro 104
Mary Rosenfoss. 99 The Only Way.. 104
Wlnton 102 Chief M1111ken....109
Iron Tall 101 Paul Me 109
Frank 101 Florl M 9
Praise 101 S. A. B 109
Nona W 104 Lady Bellalre ....109
Second rabe— Five and a half rurlongs;
Come On 5am.. 102 Jean Lee 103
Kiss ....102 Quinn Brady 105
Valencia 102 Rely ITO
Blue Silk 102 Agnolo 119
Bitter Hand ...102 Kargut 110
Eva Jean 102 Mlngita 110
Vie Kinney ....10i Beacon Light ....110
Third race— Mile, selling:
Wakeful 92 Col. Jim Douglass 95
Lionel 92 Nevermore 101
Bannock Belle.. 95 Temtp ..104
Rather Royal... 95 Robt. G. Lansing.lo4
Ed Early ... 97 Ebony 107
Lady Goodrich. 97 Gold Bell ....109
Covlna 100 Mynheer .109
Fourth race— Six furlongs; purse:
Intense 3.> Moonat 104
Bonnie Sue 91) Envy 107
La Sagltte 101 Delagoa 109
Fifth race— Six furlongs, selling:
Dick Brown — R9 Inspector Girl ... 97
Colonial Lady... 92 Matabon ; m
Malleable 94 Beautiful Bess*.. W
Sherrill 95 Plebeian 103
Buell 96 Prlncipa 103
Beatrice X 9fi Calabash 107
Sixth race— Selling:
Commandant ... 93 Neva Welch 97
i Miss Nannie L. 98 Orient 102
' Elenr Howrd... 91 J. P. Mayberry.,lol
Freeslas 9<> Hortensla 106
FEATHERWEIGHTS TO BATTLE
Tony Moran and Johnny Crowe, Clever
Mitt Artists, Meet at Colma
Tony Moran and Johnny Crowe will
meet tonight at Colma at 125 pounds.
This Is regarded as an important batl'e
because It will give. a good line on
,both aspirants • for championship
Crowe has been ! touted by Eddie
Graney as the coming featherweight
champion and Moran has been up
against some really first class men in
hln division, including Young Erne,
whom he defeated. Young Erne's easy
victory over Abe Attell Wednesday
makes him an important personage in
pugilistic circles. |
The battle will go twenty-five rounds
unless sooner terminated by the scrap
BOSTON LOSES DOUBLE HEADER
By Associated Press
BROOKLYN, Oct s.— Boston lost
two games here this atfernoon to the
locals. Brooklyn batted Wilhelm for
15 safe hits in the first contest. The
second game was called In the. seventh
inning. Attendance 2000. Scores:
First game: . . .
: , .R. H. E.
Brooklyn ......11 15 0
Boston S 10 4
Batteries — Eason and Rltter; Wil
helm and Needham.
R. H. E.
Brooklyn 3 G 2
Boston 1 4 0
Batteries — Mclntyre and Rltter;
Young and Needham. Umpire — O'Day.
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HIGH AND ST. VINCENTS MEET
Indications Favor a Hotly Contested
Game, Both Elevens Being in
Prime Condition and
With officials chosen, the grounds at
Fiesta park in perfect condition and
both teams trained to the minute, indi
cations favor a good exhibition when
High school and St. Vincent's meet
Will Traeger, the Stanford tackle of
former seasons, and one of the greatest
players that ever donned a cardinal
sweater, will referee the contest.
Phil Wilson, also of Stanford, will
act as umpire.
Emory Stuart, center of the St. Vin
cent team, was chosen to captain this
year's eleven at a meeting of the Vln
centlans last evening. Stuart, who
played tackle last season, made a
strong center during other years, and
Haggerty has placed him in his regu
Eastern blood will enter into the
high school line-up this year, and in
James Sanderson of the Boston Latin
high, Roesch la certain he has un
earthed another Acker.
Strongly built and with plenty of
the snap and dash that characterize
the players of the cold regions, the
shock-headed Bean Eater gives promise
of doing great work for the Academics.
Holland, the high school quarter, has
the benefit of special coaching by Ben
Gray, for three years quarter of tho
champion Hyde Park high school of
Chicago, who was on the field yester
day afternoon giving the local back
an insight of a few of the Windy City
COMISKEY RESENTS ACTION
President of American League Club
Says He Will Not Play
In New York
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO, Oct. s.— President Charles
A. Comlskey of the Chicago American
League club Is aroused over the action
of the National Baseball commission
in announcing details and dates for the
world's championship series between
New York and Philadelphia before the
outcome of the American league race
Comlskey announced last night that
he would not now allow his team to
play In the world's championship se
ries, whether or not it won the Amer
ican League flag.
"If we should win the pennant, and T
have by no means given up hoping we
will, I shall decline to have anything
to do with the proposed New York se
ries, but instead shall go ahead with
the post-season games with the Chi
cago Nationals," he declared.
ST. AMANT WINS GREAT STAKE
Long Shot Takes Jockey Club Purse
at Newmarket— French Entry
By Associated Press!
LONDON, Oct. s.— The races for the
Jockey Club stakes of $50,000 for 3
year-olds and upwards, a mile and
three-quarters, was run at Newmarket
today. St. Amant won, Podymeus waa
second, and Mondamin was third. Six
horses started.' Mondamin led to the
bushes when St. Amant drew to the
frant and won a popular victory by
three-quarters of a length.
M. Branc's crack horse Gouvernant
was especially sent from France to
avenge his defeat in the Derby of t 1904
by Mr. Leopold de Rothschild's St.
Amant, but the French horse was not
even placed. The betting waa 100 to 7
against St. Amant; 6 to 2 against Poly
meus and 20 to 1 against Mondamin.
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STANFORD FRESHMEN WIN
Defeat Belmont In Fast Game, and
Victory Over California Seems
Special to The Herald.
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Cal..
Oct. 6. — The Stanford freshmen-Jour
neyed to Belmont today and defeated
the crack Belmont preps In a rousing
game of football by a score of 17 to 11.
The game with Belmont Is each year
the real test of the baby team, before
the final struggle with California.
For two years Belmont has sent the
freshmen home defeated, but this year
tables were turned and cardinal par
tisans are Jubilant.
The freshmen played an excellent all
round game, the only aparent weakness
being erratic defensive work of the
ends. Holman at quarter, Crawford
at tackle and Torney at full did good
work. Crawford carried the ball many
yards by tackle around plays. Torney
bucked like a demon, and his punts
averaged over fifty yards. Holman
held the team together, his clever head
work and playing being features. If
the freshmen can Improve their de
fensive work dvrlng the coming week's
practice, victors' over California next
Saturday seems assured.
PLANS ANOTHER FIGHT FEST
Manager McCarey Is Considering Idea
of Holding Pugilistic Carnival
Early In November
Encouraged by the success which at
tended Tuesday night's fight carnival,
Manager McCarey Is considering an
other such event to be given between
the Sullivan-Burns and the following
With an unlimited number of candi
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round bouts In the different divisions,
McCarey is confident he could pick a
card which would be far more attrac
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nearly 3000 persons attended.
Should his plans materialize, the af
i'air will be held the first or second
week in November, and the card will
consist of five ten-round events.
Kid Solomon and Billy Walsh, at re
adjusted weights, will probably be one
of the attractions. Kid Webster, Rube
Jeffries, Warren Zubrlck and Joe An
geli are without engagements and
would probably be included on the
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