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SILVER SUE IS
STAKE WINNER
DEFEATS MEMORIES AND DON
DOMO
Speedy Fllly Makes Local Debut by
Annexing Long End of Rloh Purse
In Santa Catallna Sell.
Ing Event
Jay Davidson
Sliver Sue made her debut at Ascot
yesterday and won fame and a hand
some floral wreath of Redondo's choicest
carnations by defeating Memories an 3
Don Domo In the Santa Catallna gelling
Stakes.
Sue was fresh from her Emeryville
triumphs und demonstrated thnt the
Journey from the north did not ells-
Rffect her In the. slightest degree. She
revelled under the minimum weight and
ran like a Democrat in Texas.
Memories opened as an odds-on
favorite und went to the pout at a
shorter price, belnß heavily backed to
win. She failed to display the form
that- won the Jonathan club handicap
Thursday and was lucky to get In the
money.
The gray streak, Don Domo, tried to
make a runaway race of It, but the
route was too far and he stopped to
catch his breath at the seven-elghthß
pole, coming with n rallying rush at the
end and getting the place from Mem
ories.
Llllle B might have been a contender
had she begun to run earlier, as she
finished strong nnd wan running over
her field at the finish and was less than
a length back at the close.
The stake, with JIOOO added money,
had a gross value of $2180. of which
$1780 went to Silver Sue. $250 to Don
Domo and $150 to Memories.
Fireball Wins
The selling stnkes was the feature
race of the afternoon, although the fifth
race attracted much attention because
of ' the entry of Fireball and Druid,
which were regarded as nicely matched
and the race was expected to decide the
supremacy Issue between them.
Fireball was held at prohibitive odds
and was but slightly backed. Druid
was fancied to a greater extent and the
8 to 5 odds was snapped up , by the
speculating public with , great eager
ness.
Fireball never left the issue In doubt
and won in a common canter. Druid
was away in a poor position and ran a
great race, but was never In shouting
distance of the Ben Strome boy.
Peggy O'Neal, with Jorkey Schaffner
up, copped the show position and was
easily the best of the field behind her.
This one Is ownerl by J. Grant Lyman.
who has a few high class performers
here from eastern courses, and on the
showing of Pegrgy the stable should be
a factor in the adjudication of events
in which it has entries
Has Rough Journey
Rocklands, from the Blute stable,
crossed the Imaginary line to the good
after a rough journey In which he was
messed all over the track from the start
to the wire and. although the best horse
in ..the race, he was lucky to get' the
verdict.
Belle Kinney ran as if short of work
and was unable to stall off Rockland's
determined challenge in the last six
teenth. Belle ran a good race to this
point and the race should be some help
to her.
The Borglan, from the Elmwood
farm's stable, showed nicely and ran a
game race to do it. This one Is a full
brother to Borghesl of the same stable
and which won the sixth race from
Brass, Sals and Marshal Ney.
Good Cheer was the favorite in the
first race, got away in a poor position
and was never in the running.
Good Luck brought good luck to the
Tichenor stable in the second race.
Loyal Front was away in front and
held the lead until Good Luck relieved
him. Bribery, which was much of a
good thing at a fair price, came with a
rush In the tinal sixteenth and nosed
out Loyal Front for the place.
Secret was heavily played at 10s be
,caune of his birthplace. England, and
it was Buspected that he would be an
other .Gentian in this field. He failed
to r show anything remarkable In the
running line and lost: a good hunk of
popularity by his conduct.
Five horses faced the barrier in the
third race, and Blissful, from the Bon
6ac.lc barns, was made favorite over
Milton Young, Orchan, Hot and Mc-
Grathlana Prince.
Young Breaks Down
Blissful won cleverly and was not ex
tended during the race. Milton Young
assumed an early lead and appeared all
over a winner until entering the stretch,
when he broke down and was pulled up.
Young was examined on the track
and Trainer T. C. Williams believes his
racing days are ended, but T. Guthrie
differed with him and made an offer of
$100 for the colt, which was accepted.
Outhrie says that the Injury will keep
Young out of the game i for Beveral
weeks, but believes the injury will re
spond to treatment and the horse will
recover his usefulness as a racing: tool
of good caliber.
Borghesl was a good thing in the
sixth race and was heavily backed at
Bs, receding to 3s at post time, and won
like a stake horse of high degree. Sals
blew up again, after chasing Borghesl
three-quarters of a mile, but got third
place from Marshal Ney, which finished
strong with a belated rush.
Bragg was believed by the specula
tors to have the race at his mercy and
was forced . Into favoritism, but was
never able to get up to Bonrhesl. Bragg
showed his usual game struggle in the
Btretch. but second was the best he
could do.
Tom McCarey was not caught In the
Alsono killing to any great extent and
is one of the few who won on the race
He was loser on the day, however, as
were all the books.
The Bennlngs meeting closed yester
day and thereby ends all racing In the
east until next season. New Orleans
nnd the coast will enjoy a four months'
monopoly of the game.
Seldom it is that any of Barney
Schrelber's candidates are chealked up
as 100 to 1 shots, but that was the fate
of Sheriff Williams yesterday, and he
felt the humiliation so greatly that he
wouldn't make an effort.
The llrst race on the program tomor
row Is the initial steeplechase event of
the meeting. This will be run over the
short course ami weights and declara
tions wer« due yesterday. Eight candi
dates accepted tho weights and will
make the journey.
Frank Fields, who recently defeated
Bam McClure at Sun Diego, was a
spectator from the grand stand yester
day. Fields says that the match with
Warren Zubrick has fullen by the way
side, us Zubrick refuses to make
weight for him.
■Twenty-one books are now operating
at Ascot, an Increase of four over the
opening day. All report good plays
STABLE MATES WIN TWO HACtS FOll S. M. WILLIAMS!
Fireball, With Jockey Walsh Up.
Won Two Races In Two Days
and complain that the public is beating
them guessing the winners. The first
three days of the meeting has been
disastrous to the slate boys.
The next, stake event on the card is
the Riverside handicap, which will he
run off Saturday. Eighty-right nom
inations have been made to this stake,
which is at one mile, nnd Eugenia
Burch will probably make her Initial
appearance as one of the starters.
Rocklands had to be much tho best
horse In the first race to win. He ran
more than a mile farther than any
other horse in the race, was taken wide
on all turns, ran In and out. of the
bunch and was bumped on the order of
a football scrimmage: His win was the
triumph of his own efforts. .
Two-year-olds have tho edge on
older horses at this season of the year
find are showing nicely In the races at
Ascot. Silver Sue, which annexed the
Santa Catallna selling stakes yester
day, Is a 2-year-old,- and others have
won out over the older brigade in the
three days' meeting. .
The wreath which was placed about
the neck of Silver Sue after she won
the Santa Catalina selling stakes was
a beautiful arrangement of Redondo
carnations. The Williams fllly strutted
off to the barn as if she fully realized
her importance with the floral deco
ration about her neck.'
The drubbing given' the layers of
odds Thursday and Friday had its ef
fect on the prices offered yesterday.
Fireball at 1 to 2, Rocklands at 3 to 2,
Good Luck at 3s, Blissfull at 6 to 5,
with the contenders at equally short
prices, were some Instances of the pru
dence of the bookies. • '
Bologna was not the sausage he was
thought to be. Those who recalled his
win at 60s way back yonder In the
dim past called the 30 to 1 that he
could not defeat the speedy Fireball.
After associating among the leaders
for half a mile, he dropped, back to
fourth and remained there.
The bookies had their first good day
of the meeting. The holiday crowds
backed their choices heavily -and those
that were In the front: at the finish
were generally at too short a price for
the fancy of the average piker. Bor
ghesl was a muchly-touted good thing
and delighted the speculators by romp-
Ing away from the. field in handy
fashion.
The mut division of 2-year-olds will
be given another opportunity to earn
brackets Wednesday, when maidens
will pick up weight for age and travel
six furlongs for a $400. purse. Maids
which have not been as good as second
since August 1 will be allowed five
pounds, and if they have not been third
since that date they will be credited
with eight pounds.
The halter man hasn't shown up at
Ascot yet, and the auction of the ponies
for bids after selling races are run Is
a mere formality. The horsemen are
all In good nature thus far, owing to
the success of the meeting in Its early
stages and the prospects for a good
season for them and their ponies. The
booster is always around, however, and
may spring a surprise any day.
The gray ghost, Don Domo. was the
medium of a good play by those who
were unable to forget his brilliant per
formances of old, when in better fields
than that yesterday. As was expected,
Don delighted his backers by going to
the front and staying there until In the
final sixteenth, when he capitulated to
Silver Sue. The price on the Don was
good, 8s to win and even to show
being offered. At shorter distances
this one will beat the most of them.
The crowd of several hundred which
gathered about the judges' stand ufter
the selling stake was run, enjoyed a
humorous situation at the expense of
Associate Judge Cole. Judge Cole for
got that the stake was a selling af
fair and remained seated In the stand,
enjoying one of J. W. Brooks' three
for-$l cigars until Starter Dick Dwyer
called to him from the ground and In
formed him that Silver Sue was pati
ently awaiting the auctioneer. The
great crowd applauded as Judge Cole
walked to the steps and conducted the
lurmal auction.
Milton Young was one of the pop
ular choices and carried more ■ money
than Blissful, the favorite. Young was
off well and set a sizzling pace until
he wrenched his knee at the head of the
stretch. He was pulled up at the
seven-eighths pole and sold on the spot
to J. Outhrie for $100. Guthrie ex
amined the injured knee and said that
the speedy brown colt would be an
good as ever after a few weeks In the
hospital. Young is a high-class three
year-old with a brilliant turn of speed
and a game heart. He has been a
valuable racing tool for the Williams
stable.
MINOR BALL GAMES TODAY
The Newsies and Callfornlas will
cross bats this afternoon on the Wash
ington street diamond. McConnell and
Kcuuliin will officiate as the battery for.
the Newsies.
The Dyas-Cline baseball team will
travel to Doigevllle today and play the
team from the felt factory.
If the Seventh Street BpeclaU desire
a game with the Athletics they can bo
accommodated by calling up 60 on the
Home phone.
The Boyle Heights and Pacific Kiev
tries will play at the Southern Pacific
grounds. Santa Mqnlca, this afternoon.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNINO, DECEMBER 3, 1905.
i. Sliver Sue, Winner of Santa Catallna Selling Stakes, With Schade Up
DEUTSCHLAND IS
HANDICAP WINNER
DEFEATS SAN NICOLAS AT
LONG ODDS
Barney Schreiber Allows the Son of
Sain to Win at 20 to. 1,
' With but Slight
Backing
Special to The Herald.
SAN FRANCISCO, : Dec. 2.— Barney
Schrelber's Deutschland ridden by
Clark and carrying but few bets, cap
tured the Norfolk handicap at 20 to 1
at Oakland this afternoon.
Seven thousand spectators saw the
Sain colt, Jump Into the lead at the
start, which he never relinquished.
There were ten starters and San Nic
olas was favorite at 11 to 5, with Lady
Goodrich, Mirthful and Nigrette next
in demand at 4 and 5 to 1 each.
Holtman got the field off quickly,
with San Nicolas In front, but
Deutschland immediately went to the
front and cut out a hot pace. Nigrette,
Rightful and San Nicolas In close pur
suit.
San Nicolas fell back' beaten "at the
far turn. Nigrette finished second and
Lady Goodrich beat Rightful for the
place. The track was dead and suited
Deutschland to a nicety, but Schreiber
only bet $40 to win $800.
Bucolic won the first race, being
backed from 7tolto 4to 1. Had
Blumenthal got off evenly, he would
have beaten Bucolic.
In the second Epicure took the lead,
but was beaten at the end by Byroner
dale.
Charlatan's good race In the Orslnl
handicap for 2-year-olds makes htm a
prospective candidate for the Derby.
I'm Joe led by six lengths, but Charla
tan ran over him down the stretch.
There were thirty-one books in line.
OFFERS FOOTBALL TROPHY
Stanford Alumni Club Seeks to En.
courage Association Game With
Interclass Cup
°y Associated Press
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 2.— The
Stanford alumni club of this city has
taken steps toward the encouragement
of association football, by offering a
silver cup as an interclass trophy at
Stanford university.
In advocating the new game, the
alumni are • indorsing' the sport purely
on its merits as a pastime in which
no man la, handicapped of diminutive
stature or . light: weight.
It is not' the intention to Introduce
the sport as a substitute for varsity
contests, but as a game that will ap
peal strongly to the great body of un
dergraduates, who from the specallzed
nature of .the already practiced varsity
sports" are- left no popular exciting
athletic pastime In which they may en
sage.
In offering the trophy two condi
tions are named: first, there shall be
no admission charged at any game of
the cup series, and, second, every
player shall ' personally defray the ex
penses of his playing outfit, which Is
nominal.
COLLEGES OPPOSE FOOTBALL
lowa Conference Insists on Radical
Reform or Discontinuance
of Game ■•
By Apsorlfttod T'rrsra
DEB MOINES la,, Dec. 2.— After a
long and stormy session today the ath
letic conference of lowa colleges
udopted the following resolution:
."Kesolved, That American football as
now played Is not a game suitable as
an athletic rport for institutions or
learning,' and unless the authorities
controlling the. game make radical
changes we shall favor Its discontinu
ance'in. lowu colleges next tall."
PLAY DOUBLE HEADER TODAY
Pennant Series of Nine Games Ar.
ranged Between Angels and Ben.
gals, to Begin Monday
The last games, a double-header, be
fore the pennant series will be played
this afternoon' on the Chutes park dia
mond, the first. game to be called at
1:30 o'clock.
The post-season games which are to
decide- on whose pole the pennant is to
nutter ■ will commence. Thursday.
Games will be played Thursday, Fri
day, Saturday and Sunday and will
continue from Thursday of the week
following, with a double-header Sun
day, December 10.
The games of the last week have re
sulted in .both teams showing an apti
tude to take and lose, and local enthu
siasts are anticipating an exciting
period of baseball when the Seraphs
line against the Bengals In the forth
coming games. •.• ■-..:
The second half of the season finds
the Angels at the top with a comfort
able lead and it now remains to be
seen whether they can fly the rag for
the championship.
RESULTS AT BENNINGS
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 2.— A large
crowd witnessed "Get-away day" at
Bennings. Results:
One mile— Freebooter won, John
Ahem second, Thistle Dale third.
Time, 1:43 1-5.
Five furlongs— Sunflre won. Ambi
tious second, Orlflamme third. Time.
1:04 3-5.
Steeplechase handicap, about two
miles— Cherry Fighter won, Howard
Lewis second, Follow On third. Time,
4:16.
The Sixth Maximum, three miles-
Ben Crockett won, Ostrich second, No
blesse Oblige third. Time. 4:39.
Seven furlongs — Rlcordo won. Norn
de Plume second. Salt and Pepper
third. Time, 1:32 2-5.
Mile and 40 yards — Ormonde's Right
won, Bohemia second, Toscan third.
Time, 1:45 4-5.
Match race, six furlongs— Bettle
Bouncer won, ' Welbourne second.
Time not taken on account of fog.
RESULTS AT CITY PARK
By Associated Press.
NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 2.— City Park
results:
Seven furlongs— Adesso won, Dr. Mc-
Clure second, Cambridge third. Time,
1:35 2-5.
One mile— Virgle Withers won.
Fallen Leaf second, Blue Grass Girl
third. Time, 1:50.
Mile and a quarter— Harry Stephens
won. Sanction second, | Doeskin third.
Time, 2:16 1-5.
Six furlongs— Planters stake — Mon
terey won, Oblcular second, i Kerche
val third. Time. 1:19 2-5.
Six furlongs— Bryan won, Shawau
second, Janeta third. Time, 1:19.
Five furlongs— Sheen won, Wild
Irishman second, Monachord third.
Time, 1:05 2-5.
FAIR GROUNDS RESULTS
">■ » ■rirlnlPil PrfTO
NEW ORLEANS, Dec. . 2.— Fair
Grounds results:
Six furlongs— Optional ' won. Glen
Gallant second, Kohenor third. Time,
1:17 2-5.
Six furlongs— Rolla won, Caprice
second, Excitement third. Time, 1:18
2-5.
Mile — Roderick won. Edify second,
Cashier third. Time, 1:40 2-5.
Mile — Major Dalngerfleid won, Pasa
dena Becond, Liber third. Time, 1:43
3-5.
Six furlongs— Van Ness won, Ingol
thrift second, J. W. O'Nell third. Time,
1:18 4-6.
Mile — Monaco Maid won. Loglstella
second, Mr. Jack third. Time, 1:48.
WINS ALL BILLIARD TROPHIES
Hy Associated Press
NEW YORK, Dec. a.— Ferdinand
PogKenberg today defeated Charles
Conklln in the final natch In the tour
nament for the eagle trophy at 14-inch
balk billiards. Poggenberg won all the
prizes of the tournament.
Those Girls
"I hate him!"
"Gracious, Jeanette." .
"And when he calls on me I never
fail to let him know It."
"Ueally?"
"Yes, and I tell him a dozen time 1
could never love him."
■ "Goodness! When ■is the wedding
going to be, dear?"— Chicago News.
HERALD CHART OF ASCOT AND OAKLAND RACES
ASCOT
AfICOT, Dee. 2, I!MS.-Thtrd day. Presiding Judge, A. W.
Hamilton; Htarter, Richard Dwyer. Weathor clear. Track fust.
A7Q FIRST RACK— Six furlongs. Belllng. Value to winner
vi y jjjj,
Index. Horse. Wt. St. % % Btr. Fin. Jockey. Op. Cl.
m Horklnnila .. 102 8 2 2V4 .. 2 4 In Carroll 3 4
317 Ilelle. Klnnfy 105 112 .. 114 2 6V4 Hurhan 4 «
fi7t The Borglan. 104 I JU .. 81U J 3 Kuni S 7
(W7 Tlavnrlnn .... l>7 BR U .. 6 4 4 2V4 Walker 6 8
.... Knrhnntnr ..lot 3 Bh .. 6h Bh McDflnl 10 15
.... (Jolden Muck 101 24% .. 4h «H Powell 15 IS
fi72 Oood Cheer.. Iffi 4 8 .. 71 7 h Walsh 8-5 6-5
(172 Retndor 105 7 7 1 ■■ 8 8 Lnwrnc 10 15
Tlme-l:14--<4. At Dost 2 minutes. Wlnn>r blk «, 4, Albert-
Emeute. Owner, Mrs. Jas. Hluto. fltnrt good. Kocklnnda won
on his own courage. Was messed about, bumped repeatedly
and rnn out In stretch, but rnmn nwny and ran over his field,
winning In a. drive. Hello Kinney was short and run do bettor.
The Horglan saved wound hugging rail. Bavarian ran nicely
and Is about ready for this company.
fiflrt SIX'OND RACK-Flve and a half furlong^ For two-
WOJ je;ir-olds. Vaiuo to winner »32:..
Index. Horse. Wt. St. % % Str. Fin. Jockey. Op. Cl.
.... nood~uck ..105 31 h ~. ll 1 IV, Hnoh.ui 3 16-5
.... Hrlbcry 104 133 .. 3 2 2V, Hooker 2 9-5
6fifl Loyal Front.llo 221 .. 2 1 HU Walsh 2H lfi-5
60 Stoe.Fel 110 6 4'^ .. 4>4 4 1 Mntintn 20 20
.... W. 11. Carey 110 8 88 .. BIS fi 1 Kunr. 4 7
Secret 110 772 .. 6V, li *A Harris 10. 20
M) Plnta 104 4 5 2V4 .. 6 1 7 3 Walker 10 15
Cia Astraen !ofl fi Gh .. 7 1 820 Dovlo 40 50
609 Shrt Williams 103 9 9 9 9 Kelly 40 100
I Time— l:oß<4. At post 4 mlniitos. Winner, he. 2, Snndrlng
ham-Pockctpleco. Owner, Tichenor & Co. Start good. Won
In ennter after running over field In stretch, was pounds the
best. Tlrlbery ran hla rnce nnd had no excuses. Loyal Front
was off In Imd and set pace, but could not hold udvantage.
, Prefers to run from behind. Carey ran his race.
ftftl THIRD RACE One. and an eighth miles. Selling. For
WOI three-vfnt Ids and upvnrd. Value to winner $3JST
Index. Horse. Wt. St. % % Str. Fin. Jockey. Op. Cl,
CHB Blissful X Hli 13 IB 13 Moore 6-5 6-5
C7O Orchnn 07 4 5 42 3 1V4 22% McDanl 6 10
6<iß MrGr. Prince 'oE 541 5 44 36 Booker 4 IV,
«n8 Hot 9S 1 3i! 2h 2h 4 Jacksn 10 1*
671 Milton Young 90 2 111 .1 i% fi B Swam . 3 4
Time — I:s4'^. At lost 2 minutes. Winner, eh m, B, Magnet-
Bliss. Owner, L. A. Uonsnck. Start Hood. Won on the bit and
wiser slly beat. Bllssliil itann from behind and moved down
her fUld. C rcli \n. slow to git In stride, ran game race and
flnlshel strong. Prinze quit in strdrn und c^me again, but
was to> late to 1 v n. Hot ran well for a half but tired, nnd '
prefers slop. Milton Young set pace to stretch and broke
down.
ZtfiO FOT-RTH RACE— Panta Catallna selling stakes. Seven.
"°* furlongs. For two-year-olds and upward. Value to
winner }17fO.
Index. Horse. Wt. St. ',4 % Str. Fin. Jockey. Op. Cl,
(66?) Silver Sue .. »2 i 2 h 2 414 23 , 1% Schade 3 4
.... Don Domo .. 104 2 1 3 13 12 2n Preston fi 6
(HTO) Memories ... 109 7 3 2 3 1 3 2 3h Booker 4-fl 7-10
6ffl Llllit! It N5 37 5 1 53 44 Swain 7 8
«;•! Judge. Pentnn 97 1 6 2 '4 1 4 3 B8 Moore 10 lli
HC Vhllnnthrnimt !>a 5 4 h li h 61. 6 h McDanl 20 75
U72 Kinsman 100 6 5 h 7 7 7 Kunz 8 IB
Time— l:2Bl4. At post 4 minutes. Winner, eh f. 2, Hnwthorn»-
Mlnnora. Owner. S. XI. Williams. Start good. Won easily.
Silver Sue waited on Domo to stretch and ran over him when
he tired. Domo, nwny flying, set hot pace, but tired in final
eighth, getting pocond place by rallying rush at end. Memories
was driving nil through stretch and efforts told at finish.
Llllle B. llnlshed with rush and closed big gap; was strong
and gnintf easy at end. . . • :.
fiU'i FTVTH RACE— Purse. Futurity course. For three-year
»»kt' olds nnd upward. Value to winner $325. ,-. . -. ..
Index. Horse. Wt. St. % «i Str Fin. Jockey. Op. Cl.
(fi7r>) Fireball 107 2 14.. IE 13% Walsh 7-10 7-10
.... Druid 101 6 6 % .. 5U4 2 1 Fischr 7-5 95
.... Peggy O'Neal 104 5 2 1 .. 2 1 3 1 Schffnr 15 30
675 Tramotor .... 104 3 5 2 .. 4»4 4 8 McDanl 20 !>n
.... Inept. Hnlpln 104 4 75 .. 72 5 1 Pch.ido 50 75
.... El Bernado.. imi 7 4 h .. 61 G3 Doyle 30 SO
2F6 Bolosma 104 1 31 .. 3 2 7 1 Ktmj 20 30
2(5 Perchesl 105 S 8 .. 8 8 Paln.s 100 109
Time— l:WV t . At post 3 minutes. Winner, eh c, 3, Ben
Strome-Sly Nun. Owner. S. M. Williams. Start good. Won
ealloplng. Fireball was never extended and could have won
further off. Drnld came strong at finish and ran good race
from poor beginning. Peggy was unable to 'respond when
challenged, but was best of others.
f.OA "SIXTH RACK— Handicap. 'One and a sixteenth mi'ea.
VOI i<< or two-year-olds and upward. Value to winner $400.
Index. Horse. Wt. St. Vs ft Str. Fin. Jockey. Op. Cl.
C7O Borghesl .... 100 11 1 1 2V4 1 314 12% Kunz 3^ 4
fi7rt Bragg 112 24 31 33 2fi Aubcn 7-5 C-5'
670 Sals 100 3 3 H4 4 4 3 V 4. Wi'ey 9 S
670 Marshal Ney 105 4 2 % 2 1 2\i 4 Jacksn 7-5 2-1
Time— l:47%. At post 1 mlnuto. Winner, br c, 4 Brutus-
Ledette. Owner, Elmwood Farm. Start good. Won as ha
pleased. Borghesl was never extended and won eased up.
Bragg was slow to begin and was running over field at finish.
Hals showed Improvement, but quit as usual. Ney stopped
after running nicely to stretch and came at end with belated -
rush. • '
CELLAR CHAMPS
ARE SLAUGHTERED
ANGELS TAKE A BRACE AND
WIN GAME
Warren Hall Pitches in Great Form,
Allowing the Tigers Only
Two Hits and One
Run
Angels 9, Tacoma 1
Inability to do anything with Hall
kept the Bengals from a look-In yes
terday and the game went to the
Seraphs by the Bcore of 9 to 1.
The corpulent blonde was . Invinci
ble and two hits, one a double, by
Lynch, were the only additions to the
Tacoma batting average that Fisher's
men could resurrect. Combined with
the pitching of Hall was the error
less support of the Angels and it was
back to the bench with the tail-enders
in one, two, three order.
Emerson started to do the slab work
for the tail-enders, but wildness and
an Angel cannonade drove him from
the box at the end "of the first inning,
O'Brien taking his place. Five runs
were gathered off the substitute pn
eight hits. ' ,
The four scores of the first round
came as a result of Emerson pegging
Bernard In the back for a free pass.
Atz popped to Nordyke and Bernard
went to third on Schlaily's single to
right field.
Sehliitly stole second and Brashear
walked. Cap Dillon scored Bernard,
Schlatly and Brashear on his double
to left. Cravath fouled to Nordyke.
Hoss was safe on an infield hit and
stole Becond. Dillon rame oVer when
Kills hit Infield. Hall ended the se
ance by striking out.
A double-header will be played to
day, the first game to be called at
1:30 o'clock. "
LOS ANOKLES
AH R 111 I SB PO A 10
Bernard, cf 4 2 1 0 2 0 .0
Atz. as 2 0 0 1 3 [i 0
Sclili.lly, 2b 3 2.3 i 1 4 0
r.inßhear, 3b 4 1 0 0 0 2 0
'Dillon, lb r> 2 3 0 12 3 0
Cruvuth, rf..- n 1 0 1 1 0 0
Hoes, of fi 0 2 t 4 0 0
Kills, If 5 1 1 I 3 0 0
Hull, p 3 0 10 110
Totals 39 9 11 7 27 I? ~Z
TACOMA
ABIiBHBBI'O A. IS
Doylu, 2b 40 0 0 2 0 1
Slu'clihii. 3b.. 3 0' 0 0 4 2 0
Nordyku, lb 3 0 0 0 7 3 0
ICaiiun, kh 3 1 0 0 1.3 1
I.ym-li, c( 8 0 1 0 2 0 0
McLaughlln. 1f.... 3 0 1 0 0 0 0
Graham rf 2 0 0 O'l. 0 1
llosuu, c 3 0 0 tt 5,0 X l
OAKLAND, TW. 2, IMs.— Nlnf tpenth 6>yy. Presiding Ji^K*;
M. C. Hopper; Btartor, J. J. Holtman. Weather clear. TracK
slow. .
100 FIRBT RACK-Flvo nnd a half furlong*. Selling. For
lv:r four-year-oldd nnd upward. Purse t-100. .
fndex. Horse. Wt. St. 4 \ Btr. Fin. Jockey. Op Cl.
.... Bucolic ist 3i n ii ii ii K.Kelly 7 1
95 Blumenthal , ltd 10 7>A i % 2 2 2IM Barrett 3 8
M Bacmlug .... 131 710 6 3(4 3 4 3 4 Stewart 7 9
»S Duelist 131 892 Bh 5 2 42 Treiihel »■ 7
92 Toto rirnllnt 134 1 2 h 42 43 B% Mrlirlde * 7
.... Oront« 134 93h fi 2 «B fi4 Otis 10 15
.... Mlkn Jordan. 131 11 11 11 1)3 7 3 Boaemn 10 12
S!> Kermlt 131 2 81 IU 71 "2 Clark 10 9
M Tho Lleuten 1 * tnt 6 4 h 7 4 8 1 »X Hffman 30 30
.... Olenillrler ... Ml 6 92 9 1 Ift 2 10 4 Lnngtie 10 12
.... Beremlos .... 131 4 6 h 10 11 11 Murphy 12 20
Time— l:llH. Htnrt bad. Won all driving. Bucolic was fit
and got a vigorous ride. Bltimcnthal should have won; boy
knew less than tho horn*. Sarredun ran hl9 race. Duelist
mnde his attack too late. Place nnd dhow betting— Burollo
8 to 5 and 4 to 6; Hlumcnthnl 6 to ft and 3 to fi; Sacredus show
2 to 1. Scratches— ltath Beach, Jerry Hunt, Jake. Ward,
f|7j HKCOND RACK— SevenTnd n ha7f~rurlongg. Soiling.
* aty For three-year-olds and upward. Purae $100. ■
Index. Horta. W l. St. V 4 «i~ Str. Fin. Jockey. Op. 01.
82 Byronerdale. 10!) fl 4 h 4 IVi 3 1 11 Knapp «-B 3-2
53 Kplcuro 100 2 1 h 1h IV4 2 1 Clark 5-2.13-5
J>3 Warte Nlcht 107 4 3 h 3 h 4 3 3 H Mcßrlda 6 W-S
63 Mberto tot 5 61 B 5 BB 4 3 I.oaifiie 10 20
W> Swift Queen.. 102 123 21 21 B8 Herbert 12 '30
4r! l,ndy Hlinbo. 104 7(54 «B H6 «1 Stflwrt 100 50
.... Elle 104 3 7 7 7 7 Harpy 20 3»
Time— l:39. Start good. Won handily; balance, driving.
Byronerdalo much the best; had a rough Journoy. Epicure had
his speed with him, but nult. Warto Nlcht In henvlent going
nil the way; nhould have been second. Iyiberto ran a grand
rnca. Swift Queen found the route too long. Plara and show
petting— Ilyrnnenlnle 1 to 2 and out; Kplcure I to B and 2 to 5;
Warte Nlcht phow 1 to 2.
]]| TFHRD RACE— The Orslnl handicap. Six furlonsH.
■■■ Kor two-year-olds. Purse. JjOfl.
Index. Horse. Wt. St. % \i Str. Fin. Jockey. Op Cl
ioi Charlatan ... mo 2 2 <i""7ii Tl Hi Rndk li-io 1
7fi I'm Joo 112 1.12 14 1 IV4 2 0 Lo/je 11-10 8-5
77 Arestrllator . 10.! 3 3 2 3 4 3 3 3 n Wllams 10 15
77 Tonordale ... lOi 6 815 4 1 4 0 425 Butler 10 15
3 Mooromis .... 101 1 4 3 820 fill 812 Kountn' 12 13
Tlmesakfl .... 110 5 6 6 ii 6 Mantra B0 2fr)
Tlmo— l 17. Start fair. Won pulling up; second easily; third
driving. Chnrlatin was bent. Ran over I'm Joe when lot
clown. Arestellator not up to his best form. Tcnordale woaM
have been second with an even break. Place, and show het
tlnK—Charlatan 1 to 3 nnd out; I'm Joe 1 to 2 nnd out; Ares
tellutor show 2 to 1.
|J2 FOURTH RACK-Thn Norfolk hnndlcap. One mile and
"*" a hundred yards. For three-year-olds and upward.
Purse $1000.
Index Horse Wt St \i ~% itr" "Fin" .Jockßy~Op. Cl.
80 Doutchlnnd . 10S 4 1 J 13 13 14 Clark 15 20
f9 Nlsrette ...'..» 99' 3 2 h 21 2222 Radtko 5 9-2
7fi T.dy Ooodrlch 101 2 8 n Ii 3 fi 1 3 W Roblnsn 3 4
Ml RlKhtful lOii 5 3h 3 3 3 2 4 4 Trcnhel (! !)-z
S8 Celeres 9" rt 5 h Bh U2 5 2 Ornhmlfi ;S0
ion Bombardier.. 100 9 9 S 8 S fi 2 Fmintn 12 1"i
7fi San Nicolas.. 11!) 143 41 4h 74 MBrM 9-5 U-S
100 Orepor K. .. W5 7 fi 2 7 3 7 1 Bli r.oajruo 15 ■20
100 St. Oeorge Jr 103 8 7 h 8 h 9 9 Wright 15 J.j
,76 -Veterano ....103 10 Pulled up. Jacksn 100 200
Time— l:4, B; >4. Start poor. Won easily; bninnce driving hard.
Peutchland's race Rood for the books. Pulled un lame, but
can recover at shnrr notice. Nlgrette did her- host. . Lady
Goodrich closed ptrons:. Rightful loomed up dangerous; qul*
■when let down. San Nicolas didn't like the srolng. Place ami
show betting— Denfhland Bto 1 and 4 to 1: Nigrette 8 to 5 and
4 to 5; Lady Goodrich show 4 to 5. Scratched— Corn Blossom.
m FIFTH BACK— One and n sixteenth miles. For th'refu
year-olds anil upward. Purse $400.
Index. Horse. tt't. 81. M % Str Fin Jockey Op Cl.
54 ' Flaunt W 3 I~n 2~i Th 1 n Knaon 2 17-10
fS Possrirt 110 2.3 5 Mj, 2 5 2 2 Lop-e 5.2 3
94 Banock Belle 103 1 52 4 2 4 3 314 Radtko fi 0-2
Hi Rey Dare ... 111 7214 ■8 2 SI 4S Prior . 1 \>- ">n
73 Eleven Bells. 102 4 0 »i, li 4• B 8 512 ! WSmlth 6-9
63 Hltce : 102 fi4h 5n 03 62 Downg 15 •• IS
.... Bonar 105 572 77 78. 710 MBrlde . 10 10
P0 Little Joker.. 105 8 8 8 S 8 Wilson 100 -100
Time— l:sol.4. Start gocd. Won all driving hard. Knnpn's
busy tinlrh gave Flount the nurse. Possart should have won.
Bannock Relle made up ground. Rey Dare emit when he grew
weary. Place and show betting— Flaunt 3 to 5 and 3to 10: Pn<
sart even and 1 to 2; Bannock Relle phow 7 to 10. Scratches
l.ucrece. Bird of Passage, Mark Llchtensteln, Isabelitta,
Cnnejo. ■:.■■.,■ •'■'•'.I . ■ • .■:■■:■■ ...■;.
m SIXTH RACK— Six furlongs. For three-year-olds and
upward. Purse T4OO.
Index. Horse. Wt St. >4 ?i str. Fin. Jockey. Op. Cl.
.... Soufrlere 507 1 !(( !! 2 1 Ins CMlller 20 10
9li Judge 110 S1 4 3ii lli 2 6 Trubol 7-5 S-r.
tt) Romalne .... 107 7 fi 2 4 n R 8 ?, 2 Minder 6-2 9-5
87 Albeit Fir .. W 2 Bh 5 3 3h 412 Radtk 5-2 IS-5
S8 Sea Air 103 4 41 1; 4 ii 4 5 2 Wrltrht 30 30
74 Rob. MltrheJllOG.s 3 2 .3 h 4 1 fi l T.oaSueso m
88 Artillery Star 103 b 7 7 . 7 7 Knshw 100 20fl
Time— l:l6. Start good for all but Romalne. Won in a
hard drive. Soufriere ran a great race. Hoy on Judge tospod
off race through overconfldence Romaine away badly. Albert
Fir no excuse. Place and show bettinn-Soufrlere 4 to 1 and
2 to 1; Judgo 3 to 5 and out; Romalne show out.
O'Brien, p 3 0 0 0 2 10
Emerson, p 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 26 1 2 0 24 8 4
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS
Los Angeles 4 10 0 2 0 11 • — 9
Base Hits 3 10 12 0 2 2 • — 11
Tacoma 0 1 000000 0 — 1
Base hits 0 10 0 0 0 0 10 — 2
SUMMARY
Hits— Off Emerson, 3; O'Brien. 8. Two
base hits— Dillon, Lynch. Sacrifice
hit— Atz First base on errors — Los
Angeles, 2. First base on balls — Off
Emerson, 1: Hall, 4; O'Brien, 4. Left
on bases — Tacoma, 2; Los Angeles, 9.
Struck out — By Hall, 3; Emerson, 1;
O'Brien. 8. Double plays— Schlafly to
Atz to Dillon, Dillon to Atz, Sheehan to
Nordyke. Hit by pitcher — Nordyke.,
Bernard. Time — I :4G. Umpire — Por
rlne.
SIWASHES ARE WHITEWASHED
Hitt Pitches in Fine Form for Seals
and Is Returned a
Winner
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, Deo. 2.— Seattle
was shut out today. Hitt was . 100
strong for the visitors. After the
opening inning, he had the visitors
vainly guessing. ' Shields wus also in
fine form, but in the fifth the locals
solved him for a trio of hits that fig
ured In us many runs. Score:
SEATTLE.
ABKBHSBPO A E
Bennett, 2b 3 0 10 1 3 1
Kane, cf 2 0 1 0 0 10
Walters, rf 4 0 0 0 2 0 0
Blimki/nslilp, o 40007 3"!
Btrelb, lb 3 0 0 0 8 0 0
Croll, cf-lf 0 0 Oz 1 2 0 0
Richard, 3b 3 0 20 1 0-1
Hall. ss 4 0 0 0 2 11
Shli-lit, p 3 0 0 0 0 4 0
Frary, If 2 0 0 0 1 0 0
Totali) 28 0 4 1 24 11 4
SAN FRANCISCO.
AB R BH SB PO A E
Waldron, cf 4 1 1 0 3 0 0
Mohler, 2h 3 2 113 11
Hlldebrand, If 2 10 13 10
Nealon, lb 3 0 0 0 8.1 0
Householder, rf... 40100 0 0
Irwln, 3b 4 0 2.0 3 3 0
Wheeler, ss 4 0 0 0 0 10
Wilson, c 3 0 1 0 « 1 0
Hitt, p 3 110 15 0
Totals.., .30 *6 ~7 ~2 27 13 1
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Seattle 0 0000000 0-0
Base hits 21000000 1-4
San .Francisco.... 0 0 0 1 30 1 0 '•— 5
Uage.lutK 01023100*— 7
SUMMARY.
Two-base hits— Kan. Mohler. Sacrifice
hits— lilldebrand, Nealon. First base on
errors— San Francisco, 4. First base on
balls-OR Shields. 3; oft Hitt, (i. Left on
buses— Seattle, 8; San Francisco, 5. Struck
out— Uy Shloldii. 5: by Hitt, 5. lilt by
pitcher— Cross, 2. Passed balls—Blanken
shlp. Wild pitch— Shields. Time of game
—1 :35. Umpire — McCarthy.
KETCHELL DEFEATB MCCARTHY
sly «•►■> 1M..-H fvr*
GIIBAT FALLS. Mont., Pec. 2.—
After twelve rounds of gruelling; fight
ing, Jerry McCarthy* second* luut
night threw up the sponge for their
■nan, thus declaring Ketchell the win
ner of what had been scheduled for v
twenty-round contest, The righting
qualities exhibited by Ketchell weiv
a great surprise to the audience.
OAKLAND
ATHENIANS WIN FAST GAME
Error Allows Oakland to Score Only
Run in Contest With
Portland »
By Associated Press.
BAKERSFIELD, Dec. 2.— ln the fast
est game of the series Oakland blanked
the Portlanders today by a 1 to 0 score.
Blexrud pitched a fine game and was
given gilt edge support. The Portland
catcher, Suess, was responsible for the
run Oakland scored. Ha missed a beau
tiful throw-In from Van Buren in left
field. He took a brace, however, after
this and tagged three men at the rub
ber. Score:
OAKLAND. '
ABKBH PO A X
Van Haltren, cf 3 0 3 5 0 0
Kruger. df 4 I 1 1 0 (1 -
Dunlenvy, If II 0 0 10 n
Moskiman, lb 3 o 1 6 0:0
Kelly. 2b 3 0 0 2 2 1 0
Francks, ss 4 ft 1 0 •> (I
Devereaux, 3b 3 v 0 2 3 ■ 0
Byrnes, c 2 0 l 6 ti i,
Blexrud, p 3 0 -J I ;t v
Totals 28 1 0 27- 10 ~0
POIN'LAND.
„ _ „ ABRBHPOA E
Van Buren, If 4 0 12-30
McHale, 2b 4 0 0 2 2 0
Mitchell, 3b 3 0 1 1. • ; 1
Ferry, lb 4.0 1 8 .o'lt
Sweeney, ss 4 0 1 0 12
McCreedie, cf 3 0 0 6 2 111
SueßH, o 3 0 1' 3 .0 : 1
CalitT, rf . 3 0 0 3 0 0
Jones, p 3 0 0 0 ,4 ■ v
Totals ..31 1 "i 24 13 ~4
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Portland 0 00000000-0
Oakland v l 0 0 o 0 0 u-o •— 1
SUMMARY. ' v rjl'
Stolen bases— Mitchell, Van Haltren.
Bases on called balls— Jones (2). Struck
out-Blexrud <*>>. Timo-1 :«). Umplre-
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