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Veteran Tennis Champion Has No Trouble Holding Title
McLoughlin Fights
Hard, but Is Loser
Californian Shows Big Improvement
Over His Work of Last Season
NEWPORT, v R. 1., Sept! 4.-—William A. Lamed of Summit, N. J., is
national lawn tennis champion for another year. This resulted today from
Larned's decisive victory over Maurice E. McLoiighlin of San Francisco, the
ypung player who on Saturday last won the right to challenge the champion
by brilliantly defeating former champion BealsC. Wright of Boston in the
final round of the all comers* tournament. The scores today were: 6—4, 6—4,
6—2. T '7^7 7■■ ::" '■'■/.' '7. „ *.'.,'-
.This is the fifth successive year that Lamed has won the championship,
and the seventh time in the score of years that he has been a prominent figure
in th» rrtiirts He has won two cham-4- ■- : .... .*
pionship trophies and now has one leg
: in a third cup.
' LARNED SETS THE PACE
- 'Lamed made the pace from the start
■After McLoughlin had ' taken.the first
game the champion began- a dashing
game,- driving McLoughlin : back . from
i the net to the base line, where the Cali
'• fornia man seemed unable to; get back
his stroke, netting many; times.
.Throughout the match of 28 games
only eight went to deuce, and four of
these were soon decided. , /
Larned's mastery was manifest-in the
strength of his strokes and his accurate
placements, while McLoughlln's return
of the bulletlike strokes of- his oppo
nent was weak. The * challenger ? made
more than twice as" many net as he
scored outs, although in the first set
he scored.six;service aces.
- CHALLENGER'S RISE ? REMARKABLE
Last year the young Callfornian
challenged Larned'for the Lohgwood
* cup. The veteran won : easily." . This
year McLoughlin has improved wonder
fully. He retains all of his remarkable
; speed and hard hitting and has gained
in steadiness and generalship. His rise
in tennis in the last three years -has
been- remarkable for so young a player.
He has won every major event on the
Pacific coast,, the championship of -the
middle west and. all comers' event at
' Longwood; he has been a challenger
for the national doubles title and a
member of the Davis cup* team.
TO PLAY GREAT BRITAIN
Lamed « has ?;represented America on
five international tennis teams, and he
and . McLoughlin . have been picked«for
the • team sto ; represent - this .country
against Great Britain .in 'the prelim
; mary Davis cup matches in New York
- this month. "■" ,* *';-
The points in today's match were as
follows: * .- t. -
. . FIRST SET.
Lamed ....442 434 442 4—35—8
McLoughlin .............*.6(H 052 214 1—25—4
.-•..--. <>> SECOND.SET
Lamed 044 154 046 4—32—fl
McLoughlin ............. 420 430 428 I—2B—*
THIRD SET .
Lamed .... ...............349 465 14—36—6
McLoughlin ...;;............:M7 143 40—25—2
-ft * . * ' - ' ' '-*"- '— '*- H*^*****—<■»
Tourneys Are Played on
Both Club Links
There have been a number, of golf
tournaments in progress on the links of
the two local clubs the last' three days.
: Yesterday;, the members - of i the Pre
sidio Golf club« held *;•* a * par f, handicap
;tourney. .Fifteen..players participated
and H. B. Keith, with a -handicapy of
11, was the winner. . J. S. Webster took
the runnerup trophy..,. With a handicap
of 15 he was 2 down. ::_■'
-The. scores were:"
•' G; Stoney, 16 handicap. 7 down: -■ .1. *B.*t Webs
ter,: 15 handicap. 2 down; .1. W. Kllgarlf, no re
turns; D. **. V. Chapman,? IS handicap. ;8 i down;
Major F. R. Day,- 14 handicap,*: 6 1 down; F. Mor
ton, no returns; W. tF. Christ. 14 "handicap.! 7
down; W. B. Thomas, no returns: fH. W. Postle
walte. 13 handicap. • 11' down; H. .- 8.,; Keith. 11
handicap, all even;; H. E. * Law. 11 , handicap. 8
down; J. R. : Lundgair, l ll handicap; 6 down; -W.
H. Rhodes.; no returns: R. D. 1 Sinclair, no re
turns; C. *J. Stephens," no returns.*- -y'% r -,?
At the same club the trophy
was contested for ; oh Saturday, and Sun- f
day and - the -:results, figured -up • and
given out! yesterday, - show -ai tie be
tween W. F. Christ, W. B. Thomas,^ J.
. M. .*, Stephens * and C. J. Stephens," all be
,ing 2 down. The monthly medal hand
icap tournament played 'jon',, the same
•: days resulted in . a ; victory for W. F.
. Christ; t whose score i was ;: 85 -gross, 19
handicap s and* 66 \neV777.'-7-j-'i.\yy i
The San : Francisco? 1 club"? players s. yes
terday' engaged in ? the. first and second
rounds of a: match play iin ? the * tourna
ment that was started;on, Saturday. The"
? finals were reached* in? a both flights * and
• will be completed next Saturday. ;v i
In . the > first: flight, R. M. Leeser'and
H." Jenkins : will be matched, while in
the 'second."flight ;R. M/lMelhuish:: and
J. D. Williams | will coma *-together. *?Uf?
The matches? played resulted as fol
lows: ■ ;",.*.,- "?-'.'. '.'.. v-'j. J-V- -";'-:-ft-. ?
? First flight.^ first round—R. M. Leeser heat A.
J. Owen default:.*- G. ;" W.-.-Kelhamf beat f?H.: P.'
-'Moir.'l up: H. Jenkins t-eatH.s.C.Golcher, 5 up
and 4 to play: W.S.Sperry, beat C. H. La ween*
-: default. -?■
'. Semifinals—R. : If. Leeser: beat IG. W.; Kelhainf
2 up: H. Jenkins -beat W. S.;Si>erry, 7 up and
« to play. : * : :*:- '•'«"-:" "ft*:- >'-*.-
Second : flight, first round—C. M. : Eddy:beat W.
S. Miller, default;;:R." 51. Melhnfsh beat: S. .G.
Buckhee. 7 up and •"> to play: J. I). Wllkins beat
.1. D. Harvey. 1 up; H. bund t>eat W. Drown, .">
tin and >4; to: play. ;• ■
Semifinals— B. M Melhnish beat C. M. Edd*\
4 up >, and 3? to play; - J. a- D. Williams I beat; H.
*%*4. i u*and 4 to play.
SUGGESTIONS FOR THE NEW BOXING COMMISSION.
BUSKERS DISPLAY
EXCELLENT FORM
Fine Weather and a Holiday
Bring Out Scores of Young
7 Diamond Stars
Yesterday, being.a holiday; the ama- ,
teur and" semiprofessiohal ball tossers
got into action again and % nearly 100
teams?played; here and in nearby cities.
The class of ball, as. a general rule,
was good, and once more the honors
were about evenly divided between the
batters and ! the pitchers.
Following are scores:
--' .?? HEALDSBURG 2, i PETAXUMA j 1
SANTA ROSA,'? Sept. 4.—Healdsburg won the
championship \ of i Sonoma county "' today *In this
city by defeating the Petalnmas; by a score of
2 toftl.'.j Score: ■ '■'■ ; R. '.H..E. 5
Petaluraa ...'..'......."? 14 . 4
Healdsburg ...... *..............' 2 - 4 ? 5
:;/Batteries—^Petalums.,,? Sinclair and Robinson;
Healdsburg,;Dolan sand Jackson. ;. „ . ;t
INDEPENDENTS \ 23, . SOUTHERN PACIFIC* *
SANTA CRUZ. 4. -The Santa Cruz Inde
pendents * revenged ?? themselves •; on the *■ Southern
Pacific team, .. defeating them by a * score of ?23 ,
to 3. Batteries—Southern Pacifies,;Abbott and i
Bias; Santa? Cruz Independents, ;Pedemonte'and
Arellane*. Umpire-Otto. .. ; - . •
. CLARIONS 5. PINOLE 0
PINOLE; Sept. 4.—The Clarions of San' Fran
cisco won .from ; the ' Hercules; of Pinole on' the
letter's < grounds tby .:■ the < score of 5 to 0. "Hie
game was 'featured Iby ; the . hesTy hitting of • the
Clarions, especially that of, Knott of the winners,
who * secured 'f- two | triples, .* two ; doubles > and * a'
single ' out tof - five > tripe', to the ? plate. C Ross sof
the j winners | pitched ( excellent ball, \ allowing I the
Hercules • two « scratch ' hits * and i striking; out 12
men. ft*, Score: : . •---•■ :'.R. *H. '"E. '
Pinole .....;........'.::*...;.;... 0 *23 _ I
Clarions. ..;.......r.;.*."."."..*.:*.r".'5 -13' l
C- 1, Batteries — Fenton and * McCloud; "? Ross? and
Aoer.» £ --\. ■■} ■■ '* -*..■; _* .•;,* '.'.*;- -..*.- - --, ■; ,".-**, > ,
I- 77- EASY DENTALS 14, BTTRLINGAME 8 \ * 7\ •
• BURLINGAME, Sept. 4.—The Easy Dentals <* I
San % Francisco defeated the Btirllngsroe nine I to-' I
day ;on ** the t. latter's i grounds '♦ by 4 the ' score of 114
to 5.: The game/ was featured by the heavy bit- <
ring of j wanton of the winners, who .secured Ja* *
home run -with the bases 'filled.,?' Score: ? -
'•■"'■:- "•■'■• --* ?*- ■• ''■-':- ■■■ R. ..'h." E.
Easy Dentale :•.:..:....'.'... ...*.ri4 *,is " _
Burllngame ; r;...r..:". .7...:i.'.'.'. 5 **;io ? *3
.; Batteries—Wihr and "Laffateir; Mooser and
Batteran. :-; :f; ..-^ ___ . ... -:.*. >„-•< .v.r''•->-5 ■
.77: juniors. 11. TEAL ducks 10/: rft
HILLRBOROCOH. Sept. 4.—The Hlliabofo«gh
Juniors ; baseball * nlna, ?■ captained tby s Cnyler Lee .
Jr.. defeated a team called the Teal' Ducks of San
Mateo on the El Cerrlto field by a score of 11 to 1
10 this morning. y+ In ,the afternoon tbev took the 1
measure of a team from the San Mateo grammar
school to,the tune . of? 12? to. 8. >; .;„. ;; * > ,- :, j
■, ,?i???. 'i STROLLERS TgM BEAVERS -2 ■■; .
77 OAKLAND; 1-" Sept. 4. -The Strollers beat the
Beavers this afternoon at.the East Lake diamond ,
by score of Bto2. : The game was a walkaway
for the frtrollers. The . battery of -the l winning'
nine was ? composed $of 0. Thelss h and *" Steinbeck,
while the Beavers used Brown and Williams.: '*
CLARIONS 10,' FORT McDOWELL 2
:;; The fast Clarions defeated the Fort McDowell
nine -* on' the latter*a ;• grounds iby 2 the * score lof£ 10
to • "*.? The j game was *s featured Iby i the J pitching
of Griffith of the, winners, who la supposed to be
one of ■• the, fastest pitchers in the bush league.
Inr the last four games he baa taken; part In he
walked' but two men.r:: He struck out 14 men In
yesterday's ; contest, r Score: » ; R. H. E*
Clarions .....*..'...'..*....-...'....-. 10i 17' ? 4 1
Fort: McDowell :vr; ::*•::.r^iVt.^"? 2^' 8 S
: Batteries—Griffith and 'Aner;sSteven's and Klal.
TELEGRAPH HILL 8, BROS. 6 .'
•■ The Telegraph Hills J Befeated the {M«ientman
Bros.'*at the North Beach, grounds hv the score
of 81 to; s.*j A V crowd ■■ of 1 1.500 i witnessed * the: con
test, which ? was well --played.-: Score:
B- H. E.
Telegraph --.Hlll^.^^E'^yj?.?.-?- a , ■■■:,.. 10 n
."Batteries—Crespi;* '^^^^ilJSS^^S^^^
Batteries—Crespi and Fusco; Dunn and Ev
erett.
TELEGRAPH rmLLtJRS,. 8, QUALITY CAFE 1
In a slow and uninteresting game »t The Ix>bos
Square park the Telegraph Hill Jrs. won from
the Quality Cafes by the score of:8 to l.t; Score
*~ *- «-,.-•.-. ;*; .... •:■.■ ■*-'■■*- •"'-,.■ -" ..".R.- ■-■-.■ H. ' *jr'*
Telegraph t Hill i'Jra™!™g™??!!^[Btfj-.'- 8? f
Quality., cafes:.\vrrf';rtr^rir?tT:t,Hi&>. 4*' 7
Batteries—S. Crespi and and l :
Husteiit. ..-■ *.--,
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1911.
PHILLIES POUNDED
FOR TWO GAMES
Line Drive Nearly Fractures
. Skull of Brooklyn's' Pitcher
, *in Morning Contest •
BROOKLYN, Sept: 4.—Brooklyn
pounded the: Jelivery of Alexander in
the seventh Inning of the »morning:
'game today and won. driving him from
the ? box. : y Knetzer was hit "on the top
of the head by; a linedHve'byjLuderus
in the fourth inning. The ball \ bounded
20' feet in the air. It was thought the
pitcher's skull was • fractured, but he
soon. recovered and?pitched better than
before. Score:
■: .... ....* •- -R.-.. H. ftE.i
Philadelphia .:.;..........;.'...... 2 53
Brooklyn .;..........'....... :.. ."..: 69 1
Batteries— Alexander. Moore and Madden . and
Kleinow; Knetaer and Bergen, Erwln. * Umpires—
Eason and Johnstone. '..j.
V BROOKLYN 6. PHILADELPHIA 0 -
'.?/>?■'.--'' (Afternoon Game)
■"' Brooklyn made it two In * one day off Philadel
phia" by winning this afternoon. :•- Rueker i bad
the -visitors- helpless throughout, but one man
reaching i tb"xd. The locals ; hit ; Moore hard» and
took advantage of numerous errors. , Paskert
was ? ordered to the clubhouse * for .' disputing-; a
strike. Score: R. H. E.
Philadelphia ....... ......."'......... 0 4 *>y\ 5
Brooklyn *-'.*-. i.: .v;.v*. ..:.'.."..;:. :'.*;:? 6. :'.■- 10 1--v. 2
*,-i Batteries—Moore. ; Curtis and' Kleinow;! Rueker
and Bergen.. Umpires— and Eason.
ST. LOUIS 7, ? CHICAGO " 5
*?? .'.ft; (Morn Game) .►('???.''?>'?
CHICAGO," Sept. 4.Chicago used five pitchers
against St. Louis this: morning, ■ but the ■ visitors
won .by bunching hits. , Score: .: «' R. H.T;; E."
St. Louis ....;..:;„..*.... :....*. 7 7 13 ;...-:, 2
Chicago .:.......*.....;............: 5 fl 1
-'*; Batteries—Smith, i Mclntyre.'/.Ricbter, i Toney,"
Brown ' and Needham; Golden, Geyer, Harmon
and Bliss.\; Umpires— Il:gler .- and Flnneran.: *•.-:
4 CHICAGO ST. LOOTS 4? ?
.'.,? ',';* (Afternoon Game)
• i Chicago split "even with St.'i Louis by. winning
the afternoon game. Bases on. balls and a.ninth
Inning rally -by • St. Louis were . the . features.
Score:.-- ">; *, -* -.'■;->.-;■-■, "j^ ■,*-,-■- R. H. E.
Chicago ■ ;tr.:-. ::..'. .*....:..;.;.'.... 5. ay*'<' 2
St.*. Louis /.-.v..rr..: :;r.r.r. .- r:-?r;?:t 4.'.- 11 :..««- 2
:"i Batteriesßeulbneb * and • Needham: Woodbnrn,
McAdama ; and ? B.lss. T Umpiresßigler ' and' Fin
neran. '-'.--ft- .J-..T-*.".' -"-■'. '■'■'
..- ,'. :. NEW-YOHX 6. ; BOSTON 4
■ . ;?.-•' v ft.v ? (Morning i Game) - "
f ': NEW YORK. Sept. 4.—New York took 'a com-;
' manding lead ' over-the ft Bostons early .in ; the ■ first
game . today ' and held It to the end. Score: ,"
' ft.;-..' '.**». ■<:■:>.---: -.:-.-**,"■- ;? : ' R. < H. E.
Boston 1.;.?:.......:.......;...... 4 9-ft 0
..ew- York .."..v..*........-.-.-...:..'..6 ;^ .8 ?-..-* 2
Batteries —Tyler .-" and -. Kling, ;~> Rarlden;"; Ames
and Myers. '-.'• Umpires—Klem; and * Brennan.
■"-.':'"_ ?BOSTON 8. NEW YORK 7 :\ :
„.. * £?. (Afternoon : Game) fft .-. -: tj. f
•In a 10 Inning rally,: in ?. which they scored
three runs. - Boston 4: split. even \wl th^ New.% York.
Marquard | pitched 1 invincible .; ball - for ( seven I in-!
ning., and : with a - lead of fire ■ runs > crumbled to
pieces in the eighth, when Boston tied the score.
New *i York * made <| a * great i rally/ In J the * tenth,
scoring i two runs .*.- and ■ bad | three on I bases when
Myers Heed * at- hot - drive :- at '-. Ingerton *- for '- the
third out., Score: V * - ? V *R % H. E.
Boston i *..';.? ?'.yv:i '.-'. '.""...-. ..*. :::. .•/. .-S 14 v:*-•<! 0
New York:vrr,-*r.*v;y .'.'. :*:-.. :: r:: ::. \ 7. -•■ 11 :-.- -.}2
", Batter —Perdue. Hogg. Brown ; and ; Rarlden;
Marquardft^and'-f Myers. * Umpire*—Klem X s: and
Brennan. i^'.-v .:*•■?■''*.■ '•' '!'' x:*l' 7. ¥■.*"" si-*-": '■'■"/* 7:y.\
; ; ■ ? PITTSBURG ; 4,1? CINCINNATI ; 8 * ■-»
■•:■- i^.'.. ?.: (Morning J Game) ; t v
,? PITTSBURG," Sept. 4.—The morning game was
won by Pittsburg from « Cincinnati. *\ Pinch' hit
ting by F. Clarke^ and ' Wilson |in the ; sixth in
ning was the cause of the victory- Score: •
'•''-ft-*." •■"-" '■;: .v.* ■■-■■■•. ; -^-'y l--':'-:::: ;■; *■* R. ?H. E.
Pittsbnrg i *:-.;":-.'. /.. *.*-.":. **. V....". -.-. ;'.'i4"f;'-;. 8 J *',< 3
Cincinnati •~\::. .::'.;...;..*."".... T:"?..• 3r'*"*- 7 ■ • -.2
;? Batteries— -Csmnits,* Steele'and Simon. 1! Gibson;
Keefe. Gaspar » and ?•'McLean, T. Clarke. ;* Um
pires—O'Pay t and Bmslle. v ?* ' r^:-~ ;':^% J-,
;.^ CINCINNATI 9, PITTBBUBG ,1 '.
..-'.'... (Afternoon Game) ..", \ ' ",.
-J Pittsbnrg broke even today with Cincinnati by
losing • the • afternoon . game, v when iin j the eighth
Inning Miller and Campbell ,had a collision In
going after a fly, - letting in , two runs. Score: fesj
-rV;^ i,,<-.-V -;,-..ftl7;ft- -...Vft V >;< l :-';R.;H^/E^
Pittsbnrg V. .*••.'. .•.". .'.'..v.:*...'.'..*.'.:.' 1 ' a o
Cincinnati .*.".•.".*.'.-.'.:*..*.*.'..*.*.■,..'.... 3 . n . j
58 Batteries—l^ifleld and:Gibson: l Humphries and
McLean. > Umpires—O'Day and Emslle. * " ■
AMERICAN LEAGUE f
.-• — 0
-BT. LOUIS 7, DETROIT. 3-., -
-,a ST. LOUIS, Sept. 4.—Detroit and St.
apllt Ia i double I header today. St. Louis j bunched
their hits In the fifth and r sixth innings, while
Pelty was invincible in all but two! Innings and
won the first game. -
■ft'f Detroit, one run behind mi the seventh?'.hunched
bits I with I errors and a pass ;In -t the . second,: scor
ing S six a runs -' and :* winning -the - second * game.
Scores: ' " . * ' '&*&*%
First game- R. H. E.
Detroit s< .t:t^^^^^^^*^ 3^7^ a
st*Louta. #Trrrrrr?*?rr^ 7 11 1
> Batteries—Works,-VjSummer*ipand&| Schmidt;
i Pelty 1 and Ronthwick. - •.-,',' -.?«■«£*
ry-. Detroit; 10, ST. LOUIS 8
Zi Second \ game— \?*'£?S V&^jSßgSm E.
■Detroit^trrrn^yf^^^^^^fiogiaAs
St. Louis .- .\^'T^.^:^^ iTTTTT7' ifTt fTTTTT:^% 8 Ula 13 13P$ 5
' <Batteries—Lafltte and Willet, SUnage; I Lake,
Powell and Stephens. -
CLEVELAND ». CHICAGO 8 '
(Morning Gams)
l^. CLEVELAND. Sept. 4.—Cleveland ! made !it ; five
straight :• from ■' Chicago this f morning. J*^ Chicago
used % three pitchers, ally eft * bander*.' Cleveland
hitting ? each i hard:» Score: %^»»B>MH. <1 E.
Cleveland wr.".'r????f:r.V7r?!r????*!&9 iu&<
Chicago irrrr:TTrr^TfTT^»muW2
IfS Batteries —Falkenberg. Krapp " and Smith; Mo
gTldge, Baker. White and Rl^k-'UragSa^gW^y
• CLEVELAND 9, CHICAGO t •
'-« '\H- ''''■ (Afternoon : 'a*mt):-:7.\7-^M,
*3 Cleveland - *on this afternoon from { Chicago,
Gregg pitched' effectively and waa wall supported.!
.-..- - ......
j STANDING OF CLUBS
IN MAJOR LEAGUES
'..??;NATION LEAGUE •'
* '•'■-■ ;' Won. Lost.: Pet."
New VYorki-.v\.V<76 46 628
Chicago ....... .70 46 '596:
Pittsburg .'.'T.;v.' 73 53 7; ' 576
Philadelphia ... 64 ;"57 ?-•- 520
St. Louis ...;;. 54 58 525
Cincinnati : ... ;56 -. 64 > ? 467?
Brooklyn r.V.*;V.".V- 40 71 i 409
Boston *■.;:':.y: .... S3 01 * 266
RESULTS jOF GAMES
',-New York 6. Boston 4. ..
X,:C Boston*- B,'.New r- York i 7. t■■ ; ._ '■--■' ;
. ? Brooklyn ft 6, Philadelphia 0.
;*.; Brooklyn 6, * Philadelphia 2.
Cincinnati 3, Pittsburg 1.
Plttaburg 4, Cincinnati 3.
, St. Louis *7, Chicago '5. ?:.•.. .
Chicago 5, St. Louis 4.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Won- Lost. Pet.
Philadelphia ..-; 70 -ft ?.,45 i'.-S 1 637
Detroit .;-."-..... ;t 76 501 603
New York -..... .66 60 -, 524
Cleveland ...... 66 60 534
Boston -;...".. .*.';= 63 *,? 62 504
Chicago .....;.. 61 66 480
Washington .... 54 72 420
St. Louis .....V. 37 87? 207
RESULTS OF f GAMES
'<■ Washington 8, : Philadelphia 3.
' ' Washington »6, Philadelphia *5. *
:*'. Cleveland 0, Chicago 8.
Cleveland 19,! Chicago 2.
.. New: York 6, ; Boston; 5.
New .York, 5, Boston 1.
Detroit 10, St. Louis 3..
St. Louis '7, Detroit .3. *
Cleveland bunched hits in two innings. 'Score:
--. ;;.*■ •-.. : . .- R. H. E.
Cleveland ............;............ 0 12 -. 1
Chicag0r.:......:... .v......... .*.:*::2.'.-. .8; 2
s*, BatteriesGregg and Smith; .Olmstead- and
- Payne.••_/■-■;:,-^' " %~,y. -• ,v'.-.*:;'ij
*;.;??-. i PHILADELPHIA 8, WASHINGTON 8 ,
77-. ?-?.;■ (Morning' /Game)?? J??.
'* PHILADELPHIA;? Sept." Philadelphia t won i
this morning's game from I Washington by hitting
the delivery of Gray hard in the third and; fourth
innings. i J The > visitors 1. scored X all ? their '• runs in
the i second i Inning. Cunningham ** driving lln s three
men i with •a '. two bagger. . Score: :.: •R. "H.f E.
Washington; .........*......;....:.., 3 7 : 1
Philadelphia \\r?:r:??r:trrr.,?nxvrr:', B « 10 l
»- ft Batteries—'V fashion -■ and -Ainsmith;
Coombs ' and ] Lapp. :* yy-^i '. /
; WASHINGTON '6, PHILADELPHIA 5
(Afternoon Game) y_*
'Washington broke'even .with Philadelphia today
by - winning ; this i afternoon »in% 11 i innings. r-»*' The
visitors * won , on * Conroy's ;: double -and -Milan's
single.:^ Score: * ; * *v . R. H. E.
Washington .................'....:. « 8,; 5
Philadelphia:.;.;;..:...; '.:.:. ;;-:.':;. 5 , 13 7-' 4
ft« 3 Batteries Walker. % Johnson % and /Ainsmith,"
Henry; , Morgan. Danforth. Plank [ and| Thomas.v J
? NEW YORK 6, BOSTON 3; .
? (Morning Game)
? »BOSTON/- Sept. <:4?—Both i Ford v and Wood
pitched ' good "■ ball * this morning, but", the • fielding
errors I back; of the latter s gave ; the game :to l the
visitors. (--■■ Score: - -a■:-:: A ..:--.--.--- -■->,R.-7"H.'t-E."
New si York... :.v.v....;.;.:^...r..^fi .•&« "*h2
Boston '......... r.*.. r.T...".;.. .".".*.". 3 .?~ 0 ft> -■;. 5
; Batteries—Ford and "< Blair; Wood and >Carri- t
**"' NEW YORK 5. BOSTON 1
.7k■.'■'": (Afternoon Gam*) '•; ,
' New ? York took I two games - from Boston * today,
by -.winning; this*afternoon.7, Vaughn: almost was
u'nhittable. , the .locals', only run being scored when
Vaughn went wild. Score: -i * -* • <••-.■-* R. ■ H.):-'- E.
Boston ...;.:..../.:..".........:.. l .-'. ■•4 ! / r<*'
New York;-;*;;: ::~.*.:::. 7.:::::.: .*..." 5 ..-/; 11 W- ft 1
"ißatteries —Barter. and *, Williams, Carrl
gan; Vaughn and Blair.
Double Barreled Bill Is
Taken by Hogan
[Special -Dispatch , to.The _ Call]
-< SACRAMENTO, Sept. 4.—Revenge
was sweet for Happieus Hogan today,
for . he ? cleaned up ? both games of the
double header and thereby put his "cut
ups'' on the Coast league's firing line
again. The morning game was cap
tured with a ninth"! inning rally by a
score of 13 ato *| 2i% while .J the 1: afternoon
matinee was less of an argument, the
final result being sto 1. ■- ' .
It came time to work a southpaw
again and consequently the Villagers
benefited by the change, as they have
surely been walloping the Sacramento
■idewheelers}»lt|i,was^bigf Ben Hunt
this time. He was I not 1 hit so 1 hard, but
more timely, while Brackenridge was
hit neither hard nor timely. Vernon
Jumped Into an early lead in the sec
ond. With two linens down, Hosp
worked I Hunt! for a pass and *t stole sec
ond. Burrell bingled to right, scoring
him,** and took second himself! on the
relay. Hogan biffed a single to center
and : Burrell | scored.
SENATORS LACK SPIRIT
Carlisle started the third run in the
next I? inning by hitting a long fly to
right. Mahoney * managed Ito | get under
it 1 after a long I run, but muffed. The
next two men** were disposed i of, but
Brashear revived things with a double
to* s left 1 that| gave B theJ speedy Carlisle \
sufficient excuse Uo.«core,-jM«i#MWtSSaSB
The Senators only fought back in one
inning, the third. .. Kern « opened I this
with a three bagger to left. He scored
on Lerchen'B single to right. The game
was put on ice is by the southern gents
in 1 the a fifth. Brackenridge bingled to
left. Carlisle I meant &to tg sacrifice ■ him,
but Hunt made all hands safe with a
wide » peg to ; second. Kane's I infield out
advanced the runners and along came
Patterson with a sacrifice 1 fly to Ma
honey, scoring Brackenridge. Brashear
had another attack of swatitis and
punched the ball to left for 'two' bases.
Carlisle-scoring? - McDonnell grounded
out,'*;:-"*?' ■"•*-.- -„ -.'ft:* ? i:';~':~7^f'"y y.-'y^".] 7[ 7y"7
PINCH; HITTERS WIN FIRST
: Hogan's pinch hitters j wort i the; morn
ing game for him. With the score 1 to 1
in the .., ninth, Thornton walked v Hoip
and'BurrellMiHogan-gracefully; stepped
aside for,' Stinson and the latter singled.
Ross | was fofflced* to pinch? for 'Castleton
and whanged out a two bagger,-scoring.
Burrell. - ;<:*■:. -' ,--*' •-i-k' r r '-ii*r^.'?.-~i >:■:-'.'; *.."
?.: The. Senators 'tried; to rally ,*?but man
aged 2to {: put * over but one ' run '; in'their
,half on'singles by Mahoney .and: Lewis,
a fielder's > choice : and?? Thomas' ? sacri
flee.'fly. .."":- *• ' •* • ' ' '*"
i;:- Both teams scored;their-:first run .in
the ,v third inning. Thornton's wildness
put ?; the Villagers around, while the
Senators registered; without the aid of
a hit,: a pass, a' stolen I base? and an in
field '.out 'doing,the* trick. .
MORNING? GAME ; .?
77.] \: ft..? ■":."? SACRAMENTO,:-" 7':- ' . ■?"■' >■' >
* ■;'* AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Madden, e..f..';;..!....... 3 1 1 1 o,] 0
shlnn.*3b.t."..-...-.;:.-..:: I 0 13 3 >0
I Heister,-'2b. *.. ;.....; ."...*. 3 0,. 0 ,1,2,-1
Danzig, lb.. '.;.. 4 0 0 10 0-0
Mahoney, r.f.v....*..;;.. 3 1 1-' 1< 0.0
! i^wis, 1. f ::::.'... ... *. .* .*■;*; 4;: 0 13 0 . 0
Kerns. c..".'...T.:.;:rr..: 4 0 15 10
Lerchen, ss '.".*:;."........ 2 0 13 ''; 4. ; 0
Th0rnt0n.'p.*..."..;.....*.: 3. : 0 .1. 0, 3 1
•Thomas J...'.r.r;;r.%;... ov' 0 0?" 0 -70 ,0
••Van 8uren..... :.::... .1 0 0 0 :*0- 0
• Total ....;...i.;.V:...80 2 :7-27: 13 2
;:: VERNON ".-
AB. R. BH. po. A. S.
.Carlisle, c.f...:......... 4 o*o4oo
Kane. 1.if........*...*...." 5 0 CI.- 1; 0, 0
Patterson, '1b..;.......... 2 1 0 12 0 0
Brashear. 2V.......V..... 8 0? 0 0 .4, 0
McDonnell, r. f.... ;..:... 30 10 ,10
Hosp, - 55.....":.....-;-'.*;• .*.y 3 S-. i ■■*• 0 4 1 0
Burrell. 8b....T:;:;:T;;'.;'4 : 1 2 4 3 0
Hogan. c.........r:;;.T.;! 3 0 * 0 1 0 0
Ca5t1et0n.'p..";......;...." 3 0 1 ; 0 4.0
Carson, p..-;".'r.;-;;-*.*.":.";T.n0'ft:.-o*-:o-•-- 0 0 ■■• 0
tStlnson t .::?.-;:s...::?;;:o- oy 0 1 0 0
Hasty, c.'.;.;.*:r.*.'r:r.v.v 0 . 0 •: 0' 0 0 0
|Roßa ='.......;.v;...*.. ...1 0 l; 0 0 0
, Total .................31 <7i 6? 27 13 0
ft;?.•Thomas batted' for ■ Lerchen. 'S. ••Van Bnren
batted for Thornton. ' tStlnson batted for Hogan.
{Rosa batted; for ' Castleton. .* : ; 4 yy
. RUNS AND HITS? BY INNINGS \
Vernon '-..?'....'.'... 0 -T0 '■■ 1.0 0 '?. 0-0 '? 0 '■•. 2—3
Basehlts ....... 0?1 1 1 0 0 0 li 2—6
Sacramento .*..... 0 ; 0 1 0 00 0 0 1—
; ; ft Basehits ........ 1 0 •0 <? I VI < 02.0? 2—7
-^ft?..- v-' ' ft-??:SUMMARY- ' .. -. " 7
>.\ Hits made—Off Thornton, ?8: off ; Castleton,- 3; 5
In '-, 8 ' innings; 3 off / Carson, 2 } in '■; 1» Inning. <- Two
base:': bits—Ross,r Shlnn., ?•' Sacrifice ■ hits—Shlnn,
Helster. - Thomas. Stolen - bases—Madden. Car-
Hale W (2), I ■■■ Patterson 5 : (2). .-?* Struck * ? ont--By,
Thornton *• 2. ■'■'■ Hit h by * pitched h ballPatterson.
Double i playLerchen .to Dansig. Time of * game
—1 : hour and 45 * minutes. ;. Umpire—Hlldebrand;
- AFTERNOON GAME
-;., ft: ? "' VERNON „ . .
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Carlisle,^ c? f.:......;..:,4 ?2 . 1 ; : 2 0 . 0
Kane, 1. f ..:..:...:..:. .t 2;0- <0 ? 1 :..i •• 0,0
Patterson,: 1b.';;...."....". 3 0 0:15 '0 0
Brashear, :2b : **.V.T. .*.*.*. .ft 477 0 "2 ; 6 8 1
McDonnell, r. f :...".'.;7..^ 4 *: 0 . 1 - lv.« 0 «;0
H05p,,i85:.:7;"..r;..V.*.r.. 3;. ft 1 ; o>- 1; 5 0
Burrell, 13b.'.\.T...*.r.'.V.:*|4 v: 1 2V 0 „3; 0
Hogan. c.".*.*;;."7.';.'".'."r.'r;*.T 4 .ft, 0,: 1110
Brackenridge, p....T.'....;3 :■ 1 l';:J? 0 ;._-,2-. 0
-Total ..:..............31 5 8 27 19 "1
SACRAMENTO , f
* AB. R. BH. PO.'A. E.
Madden." c. ■ t... .......... ,4 0.0 ? ■- 2 ; * 0 0
shinn.;Sb.?.r::.::.;;v;:v*4-i 0 07 -'-a':;i y 0
Heister.'^ 2b.-f*.v.-;.. .'.v:':*if 4:? 0 - i.r"? 0 ':*; 1 '?: 0
Dansig. 1*1b.....'..*..*.**..... 3 0 0, 13 2:- 0
Mahoney,r7 f iiiVV. T.". :.. ■ 8 *'- 0 01' 11
Lewis, 1. tr:.: ..:.... 3* 0 0 10 0
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Kerns, c..*.........*.;?.*..' 3.1' 1 0 0 0
Lerchen.a5...;.......:... 3 0 2 16 • 0
Hunt, p 3 0 0 14 1
,i? Total 7 .*...... .30 «1 ? 4 : 27 -15 2
' RUNS AND HITS" BY INNINGS
.Vernon*. ;.;■'..' '.':.".. ?o' 2""'l'Ao , 2 r 0 0' 0 o—s
-.: Basehlts :....... 022.0. 3.: 0, 0 0 v I—B
Sacramento T. .*..'. 0 o*l **-0' 0* O.'O 0 o—l
Basehits ........ 0 0 <21 * 0 0* 01: —
7,A .*.;...-, v,^ SUMMARY .^. ?' - '777 /_ -. 7
Three base hit—Kerns." 'Two base "hits—Brash
ear : (2 Sacrifice —Kane (2). Sacrifice fly—
Patterson. :;; Stolen ". base—-Hosp. -First.- base .on
called balls— Hunt 1. Struck out— Brack
enrldge *2.; by i Hunt 5. - Double plays—Bracken-;
ridge to Brashear to Patterson: Hosp to Brashear
to Patterson; Danzig to Lerchen. .'.Time of J game
— hour and 25 minutes. UmpiresHildebraud,
Baum, Hitt. :'* ;• ■■ .•■■-- J
Purdy Pulls San Jose
Out of the Hole
[Special Dispatch ; to The Call] '
?-. SAN ; i JOSE, Sept. Pitcher* Purdy
from Centerville, 'a s little man with? a
big smile and a ? big out- curve.'pulled
the Prune Pickers "out of \ a bad hole
this i s afternoon 77lh7 the game: against.
?Vv"atsonville.'' It was the eleventh game
he has ? won ? out of the 12 pitched this
season. Probably - nobody had?- ever |
tried the Watsonvillelbatters on a" big
out curve on the outside ► corner, but
Purdy did, * and i after .the ': third inning,
when s he relieved Kohner, he was a
puzzle. -.-•:.", : „•-*-.-: :"."•'■',.?:■ .:*.:-: -. V -• '-
;^ ln the six innings he worked, Purdyj
struck out six batters,^ yielded but two;
hits and allowed no runs. A rattling :
rally: of the i kind I that s made I the * crowd
howl with delight, was pulled off in. the J
'sixth, relieving the tension of Watson
vllle's ' three ? runs - in**■•' the .-? third, when
hits ?■ and f walks v. were 4 combined;: with
the locals'; errors.: After the \ third the
locals helped themselves > plentifully i to;
Palmtag's { offerings,!* and : then it \ was'
only a s question Jof time.4 The : crowd;
was unexpectedly small, but ?well
pleased with the latter-innings.:?? The ;
score: - *'•;■■;■*• '*.-. '''*■"■ ~'.i ?*'•: R. H. ? E.
San Jose ....T..;.......:.V8; 10 1
Watsonville ........ T.'.". '.'..* 6\, 7 .;'; 3:
H< Batteries— Purdy ; and ? Mc-
Donough; ■«Palmtag and Thurber. ..Um
pire—Machado. ..."..
All Members of Moose
Are Not Gallant
Ia>OAKLAND,: 7 Sept. ;i. 4.—The Boston
Bloomer? Girls" baseball team met defeat
this afternoon * Freeman's park at
the 5 hands •of the {Oakland % lodge, Loyal
Order of j Moose nine in an interesting
11':..; Inning contest y that resulted in -.a
7*. to '.'5- ; score. Miss Bessie Waddell. the*
;sturdy V, little yy southpaw of # the 3 girls
from the bean town, twirled a remark
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allowing -only nine hits. ,' r .;, /,-. .*;: * * *-
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sacker. Kamena";fanned,; retiring.**the
side. y~yy'y:7y..; -y;^ .■;, ».- >;>■-> . ..-: -■ .
The Bloomer Girls -filled? the bags in
their half of the first, but failed to
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, A walk and a timely, three bagger- in
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set 'the! crowd j wild with excitement.
The Bloomer Girls tied the score in the
eighth when drove in two runs
with a two , bagger, stole thirdn and
scored on-Meyers';sacrifice fly to center.'
:" The tie was broken in the ninth when
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The v girls ; came , back strongly and,
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-Moose ; ■ Position ' Bloomer • Girls'
MeLeod.. ...... Catcher ...... * ....- Hogan
Jenkins.'............Pitcher...'........ .-Waddell
Morrison .'..........Fir5t base..'.. "..:..'.: Brown
Taylor.. ..*..:... .*.. .Second' base .'..'.;;. .**.Beasley
Larue.*:V.. .*......-.. Third Matthewson
Wells:**... .-.*-... -.*,.-.. 5h0rt5t0p.'........-.-' Daggett
Karaens ......;...; Left field ......./;:...Carl
Euere ..:..... ;*. ;. Center .field.. .V..:. Merer*
Ca5tr0.V. .'.'.: .;.... Right '; field..: ;:.: .r.. Burke
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS^
Moose .:...:i 0 3 0 0 0.0010 2— T
Basehlts .10201001 1-..-2 ; 'l—•»
Bloomers ..0 >. 020 1001100—%
Basehlts .0 340100120 I—l-3
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