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White Hopes Held at Evens for Big Fight Tomorrow
Kaufman Concludes Work
And Looks for Hard Bout
California Giant Set to Make His Last Stand
Against the Nebraska Whirlwind
The* thousands of men in and around San Francisco who follow the
Queensbcrry game seem to be about evenly divided as to the chances of Al
Kaufman and Luther McCarty tomorrow afternoon. They arc holding the
fjig heavy weights at even money, and Commissioner Tom Corbett reported
action in plenty all da_ yesterday and far into the night. Many big bets have
been recorded. The close students of the sport can not figure out where there
is much to choose between them.
Kaufman has had the experience.
youth, strength and vigor. Kaufman
is a ring general; McCarty is a raw!
recruit. Kaufman had been up and
down and Is now coming back; Mc
carty is on his way and has not yet
met with a setback.
The giant Californlan always per
formed consistently in the city of hla
birth. This Is one of the reasons why
the fans hold, him in such high esteem.
He was defeated by Philadelphia Jack
O'Brien when he started out a mere
novice seven years ago, but In the
majority of his battles here Kaufman
brought home the victor's end of the
purse in this city.
visitor looks the part
It's an old saying that they always
follow the winner, and It looks to be
true. They are following Kaufman
this time. They look for him to come
back despite the fact that he has h_ en
tumbled over by Flynn and Palzer dur
ing the last year and a half. He looks
better to them now than he looked for
the last couple of years, and if he can
.'how a few dashes of his old time
form he stands an excellent chance of
rising in the ranks once more.
McCarty comes here with a great
eastern reputation. In fact, he Is re
garded as a flower among the army
of hopes. They are telling all sorts
of interesting tales of his wonderful
conquests on the other side of the
Rockies. These sound all right to the
iocal sports, but still they generally
to sec a man perform before they
are -ivilling to bet .their good money
McCarty certainly looks like a live
U I ■ . an light like he works
the route as they
* <~an. then he is going to beat
•i n hope beyond the question of
ibt. But who can tell what is
'""lid pave Mar
to have been
us during the last 15 years,
talent generally showed Its
• rtations of the
'arty must have something or
not 'nave waded In and
c roi!ers under the once mighty
Mends as quickly as he did. |
Neither could he lave hammered Jim i
Barry all around the ring. He is tak
. .: •- In coining away out j
Francisco for a battle- He %us£ j
:M>- one •- r - will fiave to 1
• - a Ith the biisfrers. He has ;
g . old task and he j
• : c absolutely at his best In order
KWKMAV I'I.MSHES WORK
ifman finished up his training
"dajc afternoon across the bay by |
four rounds with Frank j
Moran and Otto Berg. He did no?
do any boxing at all, but j
referee Jim Griffin and a flock;
nown San Francisco and Oak- i
sports stepped in,' big A! felt!
It was up "to him to put on the i
and reel off a few rounds just
The Californfan did not extend him-
He went slowly and cautiously, j
* realized that he would seri
pafr his come back chance if
mild happen to make a mlsplay
and injure one nr both of his hands.
He allowed his sparring mates to hit
him many times when he might havo
■ : It was only in the clinches
that he really attempted to open up
Kaufman is certainly serious in his
work. He realizes fully as well as
the fans that this is his last chance
to break into the limelight and
occupy the throne that was his til!
me that Ftynn knocked it from
under him. He has done his best, and
if be do»s not succeed It will not be
Big Al will enter the ring weighing
ah out 205 pounds. He tipped the beam
at this notch yesterday afternoon an/j ,
it is not likely that his poundage will
much in the meantime. He claims
that this is his very best fighting
weight. He aiso claims that he feels
better and works better now than at
any other time since he met with the
reverse at the hands of Flynn. He
Mas plenty of confidence, but whether
he can go the route or not is the ques
FAST BOIT EXFECTKD
McCarty probabty will have a weight \
adVfclrtnge of at least 15 pounds over!
•\anfniHii. He is aiso about two inches '
tatter and possessed of a longer reach. I
But he appears to be shy on the rudi- ,
men fa of the game. He has not been ;
long enough to master the tricks j
i are at Kaufman's finger tips.
Still. McCarty may be* working un- j
rier wraps. In fact, nobody out this J
knows how good he is. He may]
prove a second Stanley Ketchel. Those j
who have seen him go in the east de- ]
clare that he is a wonder. They say]
he has gameness. hitting ability and j
a fair knowledge of the game, and that j
the further lie goe*. the better he!
fights. If all these sayings are true, j
then the chances of the Caltfornian i
are not at ail as bright as uls backers
But the fans are assured of a great
anyhow. Whenever two such
b get together for such an im-j
portant meeting they are bound to i
strain every muscle and extend them-j
selves to the limit. If they run to]
form, there is every'reason to figure
that one of them will be stretched on
his back before the twentieth" round
heavies in sight. There is no way of
getting by this.
It may be a slow battle for the first
i ouple of rounds, but just as soon as |
;g fellows warm up and get' a, l
!ine on each other they will wade
right in and then it will be a case of
•is survival of the fittest. The man
with the hardest punch is going to I
start in the lead and the man with |
the stamina and the staying powers j
is going to be there with the finish.
DUCK HUNTERS, NOTE
■ Turk banters will be interested to learn that,
jituenciug Svndav. October t». and every Sno
i.iv ihereafter during the huuting season, train
31 of the Southern Pacific, due at San Frau
. at about 7 in tbe evening, will make flas
r at Jarksnipc Teal, Cygmis and Pictco in
»VOKAN STRUCK BT CAR— Miss Helen Ray
mond, aped 33. of ICwt Valencia street, sus
tained severe bruises and possible internal in
juries ff<terd»T afternoon v beo sbc waa struck
by car J.V.I of the Valencia rtreet line at
Seventh and Market Rtreete. So*, wa- taken to
lb" central *—trrjrew— hospital and later was
re moved to her home.
WILLIAM J. SLATTERY
PEBBLE FIGURES IN
Bumps Ball Over Orr's Head in
Ninth Inning and Oaks
Take the Bacon
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SACRAMENTO. Oct. 10 A wee bit
of a pebble that poked its nose above
ground so that Leard's easy roller
could go leaping over the head of Orr,
In the ninth inning with two down.
turned the tide of victory from the
Senators to the league leaders today.
Given a chance t > show his speed on
the bases, L*ard promptly stole his
way to third. Abbott and Coy rushed
in with terrific drives and the 3 to 4
score at the start of the ninth turned
a handspring, coming up, 6 to 5, for
It was an eventful ending of a loose
ly played game, the Oakland Infield
being full of holes. Their bungles
'were scattered in all the run getting
[that the Senators executed. Mlscues
| contributed by Cook and Hetling let
;in two locals at the Jump. Two more
! crossed in the second on O'Rourke's
single after Cook had handed Van'
Buren a life by fumbling his bounder.
The last marker the Senators
i chalked up. in the sixth, was unadult
erated. Orr singled, advanced to third
ion Irelan's sacrifice and Kreltz's inQeld
out and registered on GUligan's binglo
The Oakland run? were about as
I equally undeserved. Leard got life first
[time up on Orr's error. Abbot drove
out afVßfhjrte and on Coy's infield death
| Leard came in.
Tiedemann chose a good time to get
!a homer, two being on the bases
I when he drove the ball over the fence
in the fourth. Delmas had gathered a
single while Swain dropped Cook's fly.
Gilligan had the game sewed up in
the ninth. Both. Mitze and Gregory
fiied in the infield and Leard would
have followed but for the whim of
Dame Fortune. It was Bert Coy's slam
into right that brought home the Oak
land joys. Score:
AB. R. BH. TO. A. E.
2t> 5 2 1 S 4 1
Abbott, i. f 5 1 •"» 2 0 0
i;, v r . f 5 O '_" 2 0 0|
He'liine, 3i> m <> • 1 0 2;
Delmas. c. f 3 1 1 1 g 0 :
Cook,-as *■ 1 ' 3
Tled-mana. lb 4 1 1 13 I 0
Mit 7*. .-. 4 O 1 :$ 2 O
Gregory, p 4 0 2 0 4 Oj
Total "9 « 12 27 IS 4
SAT AM EN TO
AB. R. BH. PO. A. t.
. Shins, r. f 8 2 2 f» 8 <>
Van Buren. lb 4 2 11" 1 0
O'Rourke. 2b 3 t. 1 ■» 6 o
; Swain. 1. f 4 O «> t r > 1
• Lewi*. C f 4 i» .: 1 i' o
Orr. ss. 4 12 2-1
lr*ljin. ."lh 3 • 0 1 1 •
! Kr»itz. r 4 <> r» 4 1 O
I UilUgan, r. 4 n 2 1 I 0
Total M B I rt 27 15 2
BU NS AM- HITS BY INNINGS
| Oafclaad 1 n ft :; 0 ■ o ft 2— «
Basehit* 1 O 1 3 1 1 2 O 3—12
i SarrauiPnto 2 2 0 O 0 t O 0 ft—.'.
Basebits 3 2 1 1 o*2 0 1 o—lo
H<">rnf run— Two l>aee hit—Shino.
1 Sacrifice hits—O'Roorke, Irrlan. Stolen bases —
' Lean! f2), Abbott <2i. Gregory. Shinn. Van
i Bureu. LewU. struck out— By Gltligaj) 3. by
I Oratory 1. First l*se on called balls—Off Gilli.
gan 1. Oocble j'lay—To"k to Tiedemaira to
' Mitze. Time of game—l boar and 45 minute?.
I Umpires—Oa«ey an<l McCarthy.
The following are the selections for the Salt
; Lake races today:
FIRST RACK—Frre furlengs; selling; I year
uMi and upward:
Index. Hers". Wt. I
123| THE FAD 11l
I»B SALVAGE 11l
12T.4 GOLD POINT 106
417 King Lear 106
itSt Vivian Van SM
ISS4 Ternbrock ..106
125 «;<-rdj. 10*
1292 Uirii 106
Ttje Fad never better than at present: has
high turn of speed. Salt-age's last race don't
consider. Gold Point U good.
SECOND RACE-Six furlongs; selling; 3 year
olds and upward:
index. Horse Wt.
122.'! BELLSNICKER 109
1393 BEN GRELNLEAF 109
1393 FAIR LOUISE KjO
ISB6 Bantbe! 109
1390 Reporter H>4
lUHO Dublin Minstrel 109
Bellsni'-ker with the speed and in the going
figures the best. Ben Greenleaf can show Tasi
improvement over yesterday's race.
THIRD RACE—FiTe furlongs; selling; 2 year
Index. noise. Wt.
1385 FORGE Hi
1193 SIERRA 105
1391 SE2.OR LLORENTE 104
lI.VS Jennie Newman 101
I«WS Flcckney 101
1385 Marie Core 101
Alice Tereta ~..101
Forge and Sierra figure the best and should
fight it out. Senor Lioreote is on the improve,
and last race a grme third.
FOURTH RACE—One mile; seUiag; 3 year
old* »nd upward:
lades. Horse. Wt.
1.502 SLEKPLAND 193
l_'2."i GRETCHEN G 109
1240 ELGIN 109
1392 Hamnieraw-ay 109
l.Tft.l Foregnard 10ft
IMS Kiss Picnic 109
1.192 Rota 112
1390 Oecuro 107
Sieepland should h«»e n-o-i Its la*t race, but
SeLden's ride was h criminal one. Gretcheu G
is samf awl last race not her best.
FIFTH RACE—Five furlongs; all ages; selling:
lDd«'\. Horse. WT.
1353 GREEK CLOTH 101
12*«s ABOUND 119
1393 TUBE ROSE 119
127". Kin* Earl 114
«WS Marie Cogulll 114
71S Ray Egan 119
Tbe 2 year oM Green Cloth mi*ht be able to
concede the weight and beat odt the favorite,
Abound. The latter galloped I««t race.
SIXTH RACE—Five and a half t*rlOO_ : sell
inz- :; year olda aad upward:
lnd"\. Horae. Wt.
V.m BEN STONE 100
1353 HAZEL C 104
KJSO LESCAR 112
127» Madeliac Musgrave 109
i:;*rt Pickaninny 109
):*>s« Quiet Trip .. ..* 109
1394 Clara W 109
Ben St«ne won his. last race a«d fs 9 super
a the mudder. Haw! C Never hetter thaa at
present; fa*-t. Lescar i» oa the improve.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1912.
_» . , ———■ -— ■ ■
STANDING OF CUJBSU
I IN COAST LEAGUE\\
W. In Pet.
Oakland 110 78 686
Los Angeles 104 7» M 8
Veraoa TO T» 666
Pertlamd 77 96 •«•*
San Franctaeo ... 83 106 466
Sacramento 65 US StS
RESULTS OF GAMES
San Franctaeo 8, Portland 5.
Oakland 6, Sacramento 5.
Vtraaa 6, Loai Aasrelea 2.
Oakland at Sacra—tento.
Vfraoa at liOa Angeles.
Par<laad mt Son Franelnco—
Postponed on account of Helt
SEALS CUT LOOSE
ON MR. KOESTNER
After Seventh Inning Canaan*
ade It's All Over WHh Mc
The contest between the Seals and
tho Beavers yesterday at Freeman's
park was about as exciting as a funeral
and the small gathering of regulars
that were on the job seemed to be
prepared for what was to come, ac they
were supplied with books, magazines.
newspapers and periodicals, and they
basked in the sunshine while the boys
played nine Innings. The finish was
8 to 3 in favor of the Seals.
The game resembled the national
pastime for about seven innings, but
the fans did not seem to care about
what was going on in the field, as
they were too busy chatting about the
result of the championship game'in the
east to care what was going on here.
In the seventh Reidy's men got strong
and they banged out enough hits and
made enough runs to turn the match
into a farce.
Koestner, who was pitching up to
this time, did a Tesreau and was given
the hook. Klawltter took the bill,
but he did not seem to have anything
that would stop the Seals, and a young
ster named Fitchner finished for the
Miller wheeled them over for the
locals and he was in good form. He
seemed to ease up toward the end,
when the game was pocketed.
Tn the seventh the cannonading took
place. Mclntyre singled and Zimmer
man walked. Corhan was hit by a
pitched ball. Yohe hit to Baker, who
threw to Fisher, but the latter dropped
th*« ball and Mclntyre scored. Koestner
walked McArdlc, forcing home Zimmer
man. Schmidt forcod Corhan at the
plate. Miller forced Yohe at the plate.
Wuffli's single to left scored McArdle
and Schmidt. Mundorff doubled to
right, scoring Miller.
In the eighth Corhan walked and
Yohe singled to left. Schmidt singled
to center, scoring Corhan and Yohe.
In the ninth Norton singled to center
; and was forced at second by Baker.
Baker stole and scored on Bancroft's
single to loft.
Out of respect to the late "Heine"
Heitmulier, there will be no game this
afternoon. The score:
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Cbadbourne, c. f 4 v 3 2 0 ft
Doan<\ c. t 2 0 0 0 0 0
«<■*!*<?—. 2b ~..4 0 0 4 3 ft
Kreefer, r. f ..4 o l 2 O ft
Ki«b<>r. r .'J 0 o T 5 1
Nort«n, lb 4 o 1 t* 1 0
Baker. 3b 3 1 O 0 1 0
Bancroft, ss 4 1 1 2 4 1
! Koestner. p 3 1 2 O I ©•
j Klawlttor. p 0 0 n ft o 0
j Fitobn—, n 1 0 0 0 0 0
Total 32 3 7 24 35 ~3
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Wuffti. 2b 4 ft :; 1 2 0
MuiKl.-rff, r. f 4 ft I I 0 0
Melntvre. 1. f 4 1 3 4 rt ft
Zimmerman, c. f I* 1 0 1 1 ft
Corhan. ss 2 1 3 2 5 1
Yoh*". .*b 3 1 t 6 1 1
McAni .lb 3 2 0 7 10
Schmidt, c 4 1 1 10 1 0
Millar, p 3 1 0 1 1 0
Total 30 8 10 2T 12 2
RUNS AND HITS BT INNINGS
Portland 0 0* 0 ft 1 0 0 0 2—3
Basohits 0 0 I ft 2 11 0 2—7
San Fraaelaco 0 0 t 0 ft o 5 2 i—B
Baschits 1 0 1 1 1 1 3 2 x—lo
Tar«*<> runs 6 bits off Koeatacr in seventh, no
one out: charg* defeat to Koestner; 3 rona 3
bits off KlawittT in 1 inula*. Th—c base hit —
Ohadbonrn<». Two bane bits—Koestner. Mwn<iorff.
Saerifi'-'' bits—Sohmidt. Yohe. Stolen bases—
Yohe. Bchmldt, Baker. Fitchner, Corban. First
base on called Miller 3, off Koestner
2, off Fitcturer I. Struck out—By Miller ft, by
Koestner 2. by Fitchner 1. Hit by pitched ball—
Doane. Fislu-r. Corhan. Double play—Zimmer
man to Schmidt. Time of (tarne —1 hour and 40
The Day By
deadening your faculties. You'll
need them all lor your day's work.
So smoke light, domestic cigars
while you're at your desk. And
save the rich, black I la-anas fa
vour leisure hours. As pleasant
as the all Havana, but not a tenth
10c and 3 for 25c
ML A. Quo* Oh. Co. laa.
ARE THERE AGAIN
Litschl Breaks Hearts of Angels
by Rapping Out Double,
Triple and Homer
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
LOS ANGEL.X&. Oct. 10.—Hogan
amazed the town by doing it again to
day. Hie players who have been the
object of pity and profanity for sev
eral weeks again trimmed the Berry
boys in easy fashion, Dillon's men
toyed with the ball with easy nour
ehalance and the other fellows w«nt"
after runs in a manner quite en
Litschl was the star with bis splen
did stick work. He started off with
a triple, followed It with a double
when he again came up, and, not sat
isfied, made a homer the third time
at bat. It was very discouraging to
Bill Toser, who was pitching for the
Stewart tossed for Vernon and held
them down to three hits. This may
be considered flossy work on the part
of Stewart or perfectly rotten stick
work by the Angels, who played with
a lassitude calculated to drive their
supporters to drink.
The Hoganites clinched it In the
fourth. Twelve hits were taken from
the Angel pitcher's delivery. Musser
pitched the ninth inning and allowed
one, and the rest must go to the debit
account of Toaer. Score:
AB. R. BH. PO. A. B.
Carlisle. If ■* ° 1 8 ° x
Burrell. r. f 3 0 O 5 0 0
Bayless. c. f 5 0 l 3 0 0
R. Brashear. 2b 3 0 0 2 4 0
Hosp. ss 5 0 1 3.2 0
Utschi. ?.b 4 3 a I*o O
McDonnell, lb * 1 2 7 0 f>
Brown, c •* 1 1 1 • •
Btewart. p .4 0 3 o_l_o-
Total 36 5 12 27 7 1
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Howard. Sb 4 0 l l 1 1
Berger. ss I 0 ft 3 2 2
Dal»T. c. f » 0 0 2 10
Moore, lb 1 1 I 10 1 0
Page, 2b 4 1 1 2 4 O
Driscoll. r. f 8 0 0 3 0 0
<V>iP, i. f 2 ft ft 2 o^o
B«les c 3 0 0 5 4 0
T«*e r ' p 2 0 O 1 1 0
•l.ober t 0 0 0 O O
Musser, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totsl 2* 2 3 27 H 2
•Batted for Toser lit eighth.
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS
Vernon 0 1 0302000—5
Basehtts 12 0 2 13 11 1-42
Lea Angeles 0 20000000— 2
Basenits ft 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 o—3
Eleven bita and 3 rons made off Twer In 8
Inning:-. Charge defeat to Tozer. Home rtin —
LHsobi. Three base hits—Lltschl and Boles.
Two base bit*—Moore. LitscW. McDonnell and
Stewart. Sacrifice hits —Core. Botes anil BurreH.
Stolen bases—Carlisle. Bajrlesa. Howard. Page.
First base on called balls—Off Toier 2. off
Stewart 3, off Musaer 2. Struck oat—By Tos»r
3. by Stewart 1. Time of game—l hour and 55
minute*. X.lnpires—Wheeler and Finney.
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U. S. C. AND C. OF P.
Prune Pickers Confident After
Showing Against Waratahs
[Special Dispatch to Th« Call]
UNIVERSITY OF SANTA CLARA.
Oct. 10.—The varsity will engage tbe
College of the Pacific fifteen for its
flfth game of the season Saturday on
the-Mission field. Coach Higgins has
put the squad through a hard week's
training after its splendid showing
against the Waratahs last Sunday. No
cripples grace the list and every man
is rounding into first class shape for
the annual battle with the Pacific
At College park Coach George Faulk
ner, last year's guide of the St. Mary's
fifteen, is optimistic as to the result
and the followers of the Alameda in-
stltution will be behind their team to
a man. Pacific has a formidable line
up and on this year's showing ought
to make things lively for Its oppo
Captain Ybarrondo will lead prac
tically the same team against the Col
lege of the Pacific that faced the War
"Red" Simmeracher, Ybarrondo's run
. ning mate at five-eighths, Is Btill in
tfil hospital suffering from a badly
wrenched knee received lh his Initial
appearance of the season against St.
According to custom the university
students will give the team a big send
off tomorrow night in a monster rally.
The Agnews band will render Its serv
ices and speeches will be in order from
President Trarautolo of the student
body, Graduate Manager E. G. White,
Coach "Pat" Higgins and Athletic
Moderator Father K. J. Ryan, S. J.
Catholic Lads Meet on
, The most important preliminary meet
of the Catholic Schools Athletic league
will take place this afternoon at Jack
son park, when the lads representing
St. Peter's and Mission Dolores schools
will hook up. The rival athletes ap
pear to be very evenly matched in the
various events and some close finishes
are looked for. St. Peter's carried off
second honors In the league last sea
son, while the Mission lads were a
good third. The latter team seems to
have a slight edge for today's meet
ing, but the St. Peters boys claim that
they have a few surprises to spring
and their opponents are therefore a
HOLDUP SECURES 11.50—Stopped by a man
with a revolver at Buchanan and Fell streets
at 4:30 o'clock vesterd*y morning. Louts
Mendel son, a bakery wagon drtver of 878 Mc-
Allister street, was compelled to get off the
wagon while the holdup man searched him.
Tbe bandit took $1.50. __^___
TO MEET STEWART
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
NEW YORK, Oct. 10.—Gunboat
Smith, the California heavy
weight, —ho recently made Jimi
Savage of Orange, X. J., quit in
a boat at Madlsoa Square garden,
kaa been signed for another 10
round battle, by h*n manager,
Jim Buckley. His opponent will
be Jim Stewart, the big Brooklyn
fighter, who gave Luther Mc-
Carty n hard fight, and beside*
has fought some other good con
tests. Smith and Stewart will
come together In this city Mon
day evening, October 21.
SALT LAKE RESULTS
FIRST RACE—Five ami a half furlonga:
Odds. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. Str. Fin.
9-2— <S)—mß FAD, 104 (Grothi... 3 1 1 «£
11-*—Lee Harrison 11. 109 (Hanov) 13 2 2
9-1 —Tembrook, 102 (Ormes) 5 4 3 2
Time, 1:10. Fad 3-2 place. 3-5 show; Har
rison 4-3 place. 2-5 show; Tembrook 3-2 show.
(B)Frank Ruhetaller. Tanls. (l)Frog Eye, also
ran. Scratched—Joe Fraak.
SECOND RACE—Four and a half furlongs:
Odds. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. Str. Fin.
S-l— (B)AUTO BUN, 115 (Cavangh) 2 2 1 %
7-2—Mrs. Gamp. 112 (Boland) 1123
7-s—Gasket, 112 (Corey) 3 3 3 ns
Time, :57. Run 2 place, 4-5 show; Gamp 6-S
place. 1-2 ahow; Gasket 1-4 show. (l)Stout
Eeait, Tom G. El Sabio, also ran.
Scr at cned— Fleckney.
THIRD RACE—Six furlongs:
Odds. Horse, Weight. Jockey. St. Stn, Fin.
5-2—(3)~IST RED. 105 (Miller).. 2 113
5-I—Sweet Dale. 105 (Ormes) 4 2 2 1
13-5—(2)C. BROWN, 106 (Cavangb) 3 3 3 4
Time. liie. Red 1 place. 1-2 show; Dale 2
place, fill—; Charier Brown 2-5 show. Sadie
Shapiro. (l>Duteh Canrage, Florence Kripp.
Helen N, also ran.
FOURTH RACE—One mil- and 20 —«rde:
Odds, Horse. Weight. Jocker. St. Str. Fin.
3-I—<B)JUDGE SALE, 104 (Panly) 4 1 1 h
S-l—Miss Koru. 100 tHHV) 2 2 2 3
l-I—(I)RAKE. ITO (SeMea) .6 8 3 1
Time. 1:48. Ssle 4-5 place. 2-5 sbow: Koni
11-5 place, 1 show: Rake 1-4 shesv. (3)Xiami.
Force, Rosevalc, also ran.
FIFTH RACE—One mile:
Odds. Horse, Weight. Jockey. St. Str. Fin.
ia-S—(»)C.W,—ENNON, mo (CavaaO t 2 1 .
13-I—Flying. 108 (Fischer) 3 1 23
15-I—Miss Picnic. 109 (Mulligan),.' 4 3 3 3
Time, 1:49. Kcnnon 1 place. 2-> show: Flying
6 place. 5-2 show: Picnic 3-2 shew. (l)Rota,
(3)oscuro. Dublin Minstrel, also ran. Scratched—
RACE—Five and a half furlongs:
Odds. Horse, Weight. Jockey. St. Str. Fin.
2-1—(2)BALB0NIA 100 (Seldent.. 5 2 11
7-2—Orimar I>ad, 104 (Hill l 3 121
25-I—Mandadero. 104 (Grotht 4 5 3 2
Time. j:io. Balronia 7-10 place. 1-S show;
Lad (>-"> place. 1-2 show; Mandadero 4 show.
(3)Tre— arg», Hngh Gray. (DFlaetis* Fashion,
Weather cloudy: track muddy.
WATSONVILLE 9, SANTA CBTJZ 8
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
WATSONVILLE. Oct. 10.—Watsonville de
feated Santa Crua today in a free bittiug game,
both Hickev and Nugent belug batted out of the
bos. Score: R. H. E.
Watsonville 9 18 3
Santa Crua S 8 2
Batteriea—Hickey. Hatch sad Jebl; Nugent,
Walker and Arrellanes.
SNOW PREVENTS DENVER GAME
[Special Dispatch to The Call]*
DENVER. Oct. 10.—A drisziiag rainfall, which
tnrned into snow aa tbe day advanced, put an
effectual end to the plans for the fourth game
of the Minneapolis-Denver post season series here
today The ceit game will be played Saturday.
OFF IN THE LEAD
Annual State Tennis Champion
ship Games Open Up With
Several Good Matches
The annual state tennis champion
ship tournament was opened at the
Claremont Country club courts yester
day afternoon with a big attendance
of players and spectators. There were
no surprises in the opening round, and
considerable interest was taken from
the opening day's play on account of
the fatlure of several well known play
ers to appear. Many matches which
promised clever playing were won by
default. Play will continue the re
mainder of the week.
C. Gardner showed great form in his
match with Y. Sheldon in the singles
championship and won easily in
straight games by 6cores of 6 —l, 6—l.
In the women's special handicap match
Mrs. Paulson and Mrs. Kreplin put up
a fine exhibition. Mrs. Kreplin won
out after three hard games by scores
of 4—6. 6—o, 6—4. Mrs. Paulson was
generally expected to win the match.
but after gathering the first game she
could not connect with the swift over
head serves of her opponent.
The preliminary rounds will be con
tinued tomorrow afternoon. Following
are the results of the day's play.
Women's special handicap—Cartjiew Tnrilt"r»
defeated Bergs Christiana. ft—2. 6—l: Sarita
Van Vliet defeated Bessie Culley. 6—o, 6—l;
MfS. Kreplin def<>af.>.; Mrs. Paulson. 4—ft, 8 ".
o—4; Clarisa Mitchell lent by default to i>n
stance Davis: Leonttne Rtekard defeated Miss E.
Hailaban. 6—3, 6—o; Laura Herron defeated
Dora Rogers, ft--2. 6—2; Frances Jackliag wmi
from Clarlbel KJrtvr by default; Mrs. Fletvhf-r
defeated Daisy Countryman, ft—3, 4—ft, 6 —">;
Mrs. J. Nlenolas defeated Mrs. H. C. Hand.
B—o. 7— 5.
Women's championship ainple*—Tjinri E. Her
ron defeated Irene \'->rman. «-—4 7—,1; Leontino
Retard defeated Constance Pavla, ft—4. ft—l:
Berate Cnlley defeated Mrs. Kuhlman. ft—3, 6—2;
Helen Barber, Savita Van Vliot. Mrs. Country
man and Dora Roge-a won by default, f
Men's singles, state championship—R. L. Mur
phy defeated J. Strarhan. •—2. 7—o: C. .T.
Griffin defeated S. J. Smith. o—3. B—4:8 —4: E. P.
Ftcigan defeated J. C. Rohlfs. ft—2. 10—S; •'.
Gardner defeated Y. Stieldon. ft—l. ?—1; H. H.
Haight. ft A. Kogrer?. E. Breeder! and E. Barker
won by default; W. G. Knowlton defeated W.
Havens. B—ft. ft—3; E. Pottrell defeated E. A.
Klein. 6—l, 6—2.
Athletics Make It Three
Out of Four
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 10 —The Phila
delphia Americans made It three out of
four in the local Interleague series by
winning from the National league team
jn a well played game. Mclnnes scored
two runs and had a doubla and single
off the delivery of Earl Moore. Score:
H. H. E.
Natlooalg 3 S 2
Americana 4 11 l
Batteries —Moore. Seaton and Killifer; Morau,
Brown. Bender and Lapp.