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City League Baptized With Two Lively Contests at Recreation Park
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Two Thousand Enthusiastic Baseball Fans on Hand to Urge Future Big on to Victory
SWEDE RISBERG A
PUZZLE TO THOSE
ERASER SLUGGERS
Shreve Twirier Makes Pill Do
All Sorts of Texas Tommy
Pirouettes
By WILLIAM J. SLATTERY
The City league sprang into exist-
once yesterday afternoon with a double
headed attraction at Recreation park.
. A. crowd of about 2,000 admirers of the
aspiring, youngsters was there to give
them a proper sendoff. The said aspir
ing youngsters reeled oft good, bad
and indifferent baseball in turns, but
everybody was satisfied. The Clarions
beat; the Rainuts a to ; 4 ' In the opener,
while the : Frasers took " the Shreves
by the same score in the main event. ; .
It was too bad that those kids did
, not have , a bright, sunshiny day on
irTiich to • make their bow to fandom.
with conditions as they might have
been the* crowd would have been dou
bled, the work faster and . the errors
scarcer. As it was, the » t lads played
on a wet and slippery field. Speedy
handling of infield : hits and bunts was
almost impossible, but under the condi
tions the bushers all made creditable
e*howlngs., .„._„*■*-.■;
Unless all signs fail the league " prob
ably will develop many 'a boy who
will qualify in higher society next sea
ion. The players are bound to get
better as the weeks flit by. The Coast
league scouts will be attracted by the
news of their doings, and in : this way
the good cause will be aided and the
grand old national pastime will receive
mother big beost.
FA3TS ARE ALL HET UP
The - fans were well warmed up for
the big attraction after the hot finish
between the Rainuts and the Clarions.
The Shreves got away to an early start
and had the game all but sewed up
before it was half over, but the fighting
spirit of the photo boys asserted itself
In the fifth round, when they collected
two tallies. Two more were added in
the sixth, giving them a lead of one.
Then the Shreves came back with an
i Dther and created a deadlock in round
seven. It looked like an extra inning
session until the Frasers ■ rallied in the
ninth and broke up the game.
The sensation of the afternoon was
Swede" , Risberg, the Shreve pitcher.
This lad, who had a "■ tryout '• with Ver
non' last * season and who; will be with
Hogan again next season, fanned 16 of
JAie Frasers, but still lost his game,
partly through bad fielding and partly
through hie own wildness.
"SWEDE" MAKES PILL GAMBOL
Risberg seemed to have everything on ;
that old ball. He heaved fast ones i
and glow ones, and curved the sphere {
to such an extent that the photo : boys
fairly broke their necks in vain at
* tempts to connect in the first five in
nings. Then he faltered a bit and the
fighting tossers who opposed him were
quick to take advantage when they had
• him off his guard.
Southpaw Artie Benham, who did the
. box work for the Fraeers. had the hon
or of starting the , final rally. He was 1
the first man up in the ninth, and beat ■
out . a scratchy bunt. Lyman sacrificed, I
after which "Keg" Croll, ' brother of |
"Bull," who used to . shine as a ■ coast I
league star, hammered ;*. a , long ; single
to center and the bacon was assured for
the photo boys with only one down.
Risberg inaugurated' the Shreve start
in the third when he got a long sin
gle. This seemed to unnerve the op
posing team. They began to bunt and
get away - with such stunts*. While the
ball was being booted around r . the lot
Risberg and Kady came home, making j
it 2 to 0. Another was added In the j
fourth and it looked soft, for the
Shreves.\;;.:-. /: .* .__-*-"-"' ""_.'.'-' /.
BUT THE>* THEY FOUND HIM '~
They switched; the cut on the enemy,
however, by i coming right to the front
with a pair of tallies in round five. The i
big ; Swede was caught 5 off ; his guard. He 1
lost control of the ball, and when 1 he I
did put it over the photo -boys sapped it I
out. Two runs : came over in jig time
and - two more' were: added 1n ; the sixth, 1
giving the Frasers a lead of ■&'■ lone- j j
- some tally. Zl :: - --'..-„ V.'*■'.■ ■■--. . . ' •. ■ .■":':'
The left hander was again caught out
of line in \ the lucky seventh and the
Shreves { squeezed the \ tying run over on
him. There .was; danger of £■ a ;^ game
j called on account of darkness or a few
■f* extra , innings until the photo -boys got
: away; with that ninth inning: rally.
In the opener, the work of the tossers
was not quite \so clean cut. Many er
rors In the early.; stages , of r the con
test helped to swell the score. ■ Tony
Blanco pitched ; pood ball ; for the Rai
nuts and should have won, but hard luck
worked "i against 1 ; him. Wihr, who ; suc
ceeded Sharron for the Clarions after
the first round, was lucky, his team
putting over two in the eighth. > :
First ! Baseman 'k Murphy 5 and z Center
Fielder Garibaldi of f the Rainuts wert
indefinitely suspended by the officials
of the league if or' jostling Umpire Cum
minga around "the field after arguing
■ with ■ him on close decisions. The offi
cials are determined to start right, and
say they will not tolerate any of the
dirty v' ball tactics 2 which * Murphy and
Garibaldi tried to get : away with. ; The
scores:
SHREVES
AB. R. BH. PO. A. B.
Kady, 2b 4 1 3; 2 *O";1 !
Bankhead, c. f ......... 8 • 0 0 0 O , 0
Kennedy, s ............. 4 0 0 • 2 ; ■'• 2^:'O
Cullen, I. f.........;.... 3 0 0 000
Swanton, lb ............2 0 0' 4'0*3
Rippon, 3b. ..........;.i 4 1 2 1 * 1* 0
MehiII r. f ........... 4 ■ ■:-' 0 0 1 - O ./> 0
trrosswalte, c. ........... 4 i 1 : 1 15 3 * ! 0
Kisberg, p. .....".;....v. 4 1 1 0 ; 3 1; 0
Total ......-.;....:... .32 ■ ~* _ : 7. 25 ; 9 i<4
I FfiASER PHOTOS
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Lyman. 2b S;;l /X 0 ;, 4 0
Croll, ss ............... 5 0 3 5.1 0
Harper, c. f . :.......... .20 0 . 1 0 " 00
I*gur!o, r. f ........... 3 .* 0 1 •.■■•Jβ " 0 . 1
McGratfa, 1. f ........... 4 1 1 '* 0;^0
HeUman. 3b...r.....;.-t.'.-4-'«l ; r 0 11
Laird, In. ............... 4 0 0 7 0 :; 0
Murray, c ..;........:.. 4 0 ; lT 0 3-0
Benbam, p 3 .210 '2 1
Total 82 1 1 27 11 3
V RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS
Shreve* .........VO; 0 2 J 1 0 0 1 0 0—4
> Baoehlts......... 112100 > 2 < 0 0—7
Fra**rs ........... 0 : 0 0 O 2 -2 iO,-O >l~~5.
Baseblt«.*.-.v.r.:*/O - 0 1 1 1 2 1 0 2—8
SUMMARY
. Two b**# h!t«—-Rippoii. Croll/'^Sacrifice' fly— '■
4 Culitii. Sacrifice hits— Bculmni, BauUiieud, i Lj vl
Stars of the City league who performed for the fans yesterday at Recreation park* They are: Pitcher Charley {"Swede") Risberg of the
Shreves (left), Kennedy of the Shreves in action on third with Heilman of the Frasers (center) and Tony Blanco, toitcher of the Rainuts.
man. Stolen bases-—Kennedy, Lyman, Hellman,
Benham. First base on called balls —Risberg 2,
Benham 5. Struck out—Blsberg 16. Benham 8.
Hit by pitcher—Lagario. Double plays—Croll to
Laird. Wild pitches—Riaberg 2. Time of game
—2 hours. Umpires—Harding and Cummtnge.
CLARIONS 5. RAnrUTS 4
RAIXUTS
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Goldeason, gfi » 3 0 1 2 1 0
Benn, 2b 3 1 O 2 O O
Garibaldi, c. t 4 1 0 O 0 0
Murphy, lh 4 1 1 4 0 ,0
CulTer. 1. f 3 1 1 2 O x 0
Rahy. 3b 4 O 2 2- 1 1
(Worth, r. f 3 0 0 1 1 0
Reiterraan, c 3 O O 11 8 0
Blanco, p 3 o 0 0 O 1
Schneider, lb 1 0 0 0 0 0
Tot&l 31 "i 5 24 6 ~2
CLARION'S
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Kempson. 2t> 3 0 2 3 3 0
Gla*er, 3b .1 1 O 2 3 1
Hyaes, c. t 1 1 O 1 O 1
W«lther», c 2 1 2 S % 1
(VHeir. r. f 3 1 it 3 O 0
Schwerln, 1. f 3 1 1 3 O 0
Edwards, lb 3 0 0 10 1 1
Sweeney, ss 3 O 1 0 1 1
: Sharron, p O 0 0 O 2 0
Wihr. p 1 3 0 0 O 3 0
Total 24 5 7 27 15 5
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS
Rainuts 2 0 2 0 0 ft O r> o—4
Basehits O 0 3 0 1 0 O 0 I—s
Clarions O 2 O O 0 1 0 2 x—s
Basehits 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 3 x—7
SUMMARY
Two rone, no hits off Sharron In 1 Inning.
JThree bane bft—Culver. Two base hit—O'Halr.
sacrifice hits—Ooldenson, Worth, First base on
called balls—Off Sharron 2. fft Wihr 3. off
Blanco 4. Struck out—By ShAron 2. by Wibr
3, by Blanco 7. Hit by pltcbfr— Hynes. Time
!of jtame—2 Uours. Umpires—Cummlngs and
Harding.
m
Mexico's President Sees
Great Race
MEXICO CITY. Nov. IT.—President
Madero and members of his cabinet
saw the running of the Mexico derby
' today. Joaquin Amor's Machintla, with
! Roberts up, won the event, which was
at a mile and a half. Extra Dry fin
ished second and Madre Parla third.
Time, 2:47 3-4. The money added by
the government, about $15,000, makes
the stake one of the most valuable
on the continent.
JAMESTOWN ENTRIES
j [Special Dispatch to The Call]
JAMESTOWN, Va., Not. IT.—Entriea for to
i morrow* racing: are a> follows:
First race, fire and a baif furlonjrs— Tj\ Sain
rella 100, Clothes Broth 109, Moiiawk Girl 109,
Bourgeois 112, Turkey in the Straw 112, Bnncb.
of Keys 112. M!se Tromp 100. Jonquil lOtt. Bat
tery 100. Jack Kelloffg 112, Abdon 112. Coge 112.
Second race, selling, one mile—Mimesis 00,
Continental Oβ. Sand Hog 101. Striker 104, Ofoe
venor 103, Ella Grant* 95, Mohawk Boy 101, In
i guraoce Man 102, Barnexat 107.
Third rai-e. geren furlongs—Gagnaot 05. Bey
! 103. Kltna 104, lianorella 108. Knijclit Derk 10$,
{ Harrey F 111, Je«»upburn 100. Ochre Court 104,
James Docker? 105, Question Mark 106, Halde
m*n 108. Futurity IT2.
Fourth race, one mile—Oaten 103. Yellow Eyes
j 103, Warhorn 105. Joe Deibold 103, Carltoo Club
103. Acton 103.
Fifth race, selllnjr. mile and TO yards—Lucky
Georfr* 99, Camellia 99. Tick Tack 99. Spin 103,
Sir Cleges 107, Evelyn Dorrla 107, Scarlet Pim
pernel 110, Frank Purcell 111, Monkey 90, Es
oalibur 99, Bay Cliff 101. Shelby 103, Hedge Rose
107. Cheer Up 107. Inclement 110.
Sixth rac#, mile and 70 yards—Afcnfer 102,
Chllton Squaw 102, Wood Dote 104, Heretic 105,
Dynamite 107, Stairs 107. Golden Castle 110,
SpriDjrmaee 11.1, Jacobite 102, Ontlan 103, Sidon
104, McLeod X 105, Senator Sparks 107, Annie
Sellers 110, Is'tmbus 110.

A.A.U. Convention Will
Open Today
NEW YORK, Nov. 17.—Leaders of the
Amateur Athletic union gathered here
today in a jubilee spirit for the an
nual meeting which marks its twenty
fifth anniversary, declaring that the
general condition of track and field
athletics In this country was never
better.
■, The meetiner will open tomorrow at
the Waldorf-Astoria. It is expected
the president, Gustavus T. Kirby, who
Iβ a candidate for re-election without
known opposition, will point out that
greater harmony prevails among am
ateur sport associations ef the United
States than ever before.
Several important matters are likely
to come up at the present meeting, in
cluding the rules governing water polo
and boxing and the question of how
to treat "undesirable amateurs."
80ME OF 'EM BOX—SOME SO VODVBEI
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
MILWAUKEE. tff>v. 17.—Jimmy Britt is mak
ing his initial tour in vaudeville, ajnd opened at
tbe Emprees today. Rβ Iβ making 4he Kuilivan
& Coniridiae circuit, and is a special feature of
the Eeipre** this wet-lc. Uβ cenic here direct
from New York.
• ■•
"For the Bljr«r<r, Better Sun Fran
ci»«o" U the pledge ■Bβ aim of
Tbe Call.
9 _
HYDRO-AEEONAUT HITTING IT XTP
ST. J.OCIS. Not. 17.—Tony .Tanauii. in fcla
hydro neroplrne. made tbe 30 mil* , * from fit.
Charles to St. Jxkilk trxiay in two t>asy Jumps.
He now lias omror<><! 7?1 milrH of tiif* distance
from I'Tmli* t'> N>w Orleans, and lite aeioal
fli'iiig Uuii' has Utieu 11 hours.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 191SL
YEP, IT'S A GREAT GAME
East Talks It, We Play It
Do you think the lively busher, Gentle Reader, ever falters for a little
thing like winter in this golden sunshine state?
You've another guess acoming, Gentle Reader, for he doesn't; he's the
one best sporting item—yes, regardless of the date.
Now, it's doggoned near and the frozen east is waiting with
its baseball flannels buried 'neath the moth, balls until spring.
While they talk baseball back yonder, on the California diamonds every
Sunday finds the bushers grinding out the old Real Thing. |
Hh|V * * *
B0WMAN3 8, BILLIARD PAfiLOB 7 . -
OAKLAND, Nov. 17.—The Bowmens aDd the
Avenue Billiard ; parlor jnine' fought neck and
neck' at ■' the Levi grounds this afternoon, • the
former U aim * filially taking the! long end. Score:
R. H. E.
Bowmans...... • 8 12 2
Avenue Billiard I'arlor .'..;.........-. 7 10 3
. i Batteries—- and '■? Crows; i" Heuber and
Tenny. •-■ . 1 ' *Tt '.*'■ • -'.V* * ./~
- '• . - ADELINES 7, FAXLONS 1 . , . .„ J
/"'OAKLAND, Nov. 17.—The • Adeline Street
Merchants walked away from .- the Fallon Street;
Stare-tt the Myrtle street "grounds, this s after?
noon. Score: - . - ... U. ,H. K.
Adelines .-.'.v/.v.V:.../.:^..l.if.;...r.7;> 10 1
Fallons :f'.r.".--;rr.- , .*.^:r... r. ?.vt:*.:y: r? lfMMe
-H; Batteries—: and J Bradley; n Norton r and
Smith. v. .:..:.■,;■" -.: n ; -','*:*
: DALY CITY 3, NEW ERAS 2 ;
The New Eras' suffered defeat at the hands
of the Daly City i nine, at t Balboa • park yester
day ;afteri'>oa.; Walter Meikle of the Tacoma
Northwestern league team iva". on the mound
for I the f winner* and had s the New Eras at his
mercy, s Score: , K. H. E.
Daly fly : ." -K t> 1
New Erd3 i.. 2 S 5 5|S 2
W Battenes— ■ and : Schepp; Holliags - and
Valento. : _....-■ ,/ ,„ . .
BOWS 9, 8TAin>A&I>8 5
ALAMSDA, Not. 17— The Dowe. ; throussh
heavy * hitting i at S opportune g moments, t managed
to sneak a win over - the f Standards! at: the s Win
ners' v grounds ~ this ' afternoon. Score:;-• y?:>v^ r: j
-:•-;;.. : ■■ - ;:-; -;, ■'■ '-■■-.■• ' ' ;>- R. H. E.
Dows .............................^.» 10 , 1
Standards *".':. rrrr.*TfTT.V.*rr7r?CT."7?VT"?v 5 j»jT«a2
Batteri-js-7-Huuter • and Jones; i Storer and ; Phil
lips. .-....;,
ALBEBS BROS. . 5, , INVINCIBLES . 4
OAKLAND. Nov. .17.*— The'« Albert Bros, out
classed I the j Invincible* | at I the: Leke I Side I (rounds
thi» afternoon * in.* a. struggle that ;was! In ?: doubt
until the « last * batter vra* 5 out. fc Price S of si the
Millers waylaid 13' men by way < of the; strike
out route. Score: > ' *
;/ : -; V ■-.--• V-' " : =.. , ::-"----. r;-"--."--' ; - ■ '■■■' ; v.;Ml.r. H. E.
Albers Bros ...:;............v.i .v'.:■ 3 4 11 :r 2
Invincible* *•"•••••■•■'•••.'.;'". .4 r 9kL 3
Batteries—Price , ami Collins:; Bray, Maurer and
Williams. . -...-,
r , :;..; NOLAN CLUB 8, LAMER STARS 3 ;
■ OAKLAND, .Not. 17. —Tbe Nolan club took iV
well , , played I game.'from the - Laitnet 1 Stars ' at >-. the
Lake grounds this afternoon. Score:
- • " " R. H. E.
Nolan Club ■ » 12 -
La««et Stars ..: V.T. "...~. » 10 .3
*fiBatteries—Peters: '•' and Lockie; Lewis and '
Paulcy.
HEL&OSE HEIOirrS 10, BERNSTEIN 7
MELROSB, Nov. L 17. —The Me!ro»e Heights nine
took a «i>urt in the flnal Inning of today'* game
ati the Mel rose grounds. aDd with five coltd drives
In £ rapid order : managed • to snatch tfrom| the • Bern
steins ?a| victory j that ? looked like J a sure f defeat.*
Score: ' "' '"..'',
R. H. E.
atelrbVe* Heights 10 14 2
Bernsteins 5 : .":'."*. ?V....■'.". .'.".. ."HIT.'. - 7 ■' -. 8 -. 2
Batteries— and ? Joyce; Sawer and
Pease. . *' . ' - . •'■:
JACXSONS 4. WESTERJTB 1
ALAMEDA, Nov. 17.—The . Jackson* .-.'defeated
tbe Western!i I at the playgrounds 1 this i afternoon
in a lively tussle of uphill baseball. Score: >* ■■;
7S8£Z '' ' "^eaMssejJlja^
jacKnon* -* • 4 **,»<¥%,£%
Western* 1 5 2
"* Batteries —Wilson, and <r Roth; H Neubert and
Lund. ■ ' ■" ■ ■■"■ *' * "'''T' Ttr^fflfflrolif
IMMONB GROCERY 5, THIRTEENTH AVEJrUE
MERCHANTS
S5 FRL'ITVALE, Nov. 17.—The Dlraondl Grocery
lads S won a rerdlet * over the Thirteenth.
Merchants *, tilled snoruinj; % at ♦ the; losers' ; grounds.
Score: . R. f H. E.
Dlftiond \ Grocery «...". T::.:. V..."..': T." fi v ; 8 < - - 2
Thirteenth?Avenue I Merchant* T; V... 7; 2 -j% SfHS:
Butt-pries— O'Couneil g and f Blithers; gKane| and
Martin. v " •".,■•
.. , TAC0XAS 6, RU3BERS 2
KMKItWlU.E, J Nov. 17.—A fast triple play
in the lent Imif of!the^loelnsjinniagicontributed
to the u«-f(-at of * the ? American \ Rubber* l by the
Tacomus I on the local * field I this afternoon. The
score: R, H. K.
Tacom.is . -■. tf tf fe 0 p 2
American i Rubbers WT7?'??Trr.*???r??Trr,. 2 #4ffl2
Batteries—Cames and Dunn; ; Sinclair and
Pourroy. ; -\- ..:[■'.■■. ■ ■ *
TIES FOR CHAMPIONSHIP
&' OAKLAND, Nov. 17.—The contest between
the 4Semiiiole I and Cbil Tres ? Joll g clubs I for the
club championship I of Oakland 'resulted 5 in a 10
10 S *▼<?«» 1 break this B afternoon e at M Fruitvale
Recreation ! park. A The game t*■» called |i in ;* the
eighth, with 1 neither I side ,| at I an | advaatage, on
account % of * darkness;*^ The I came I to ? decide the
champiormhlp will % be «played* at i k"? future date,
when al (>IlT«r 3 loving cup 3 will be s presented the
winners. Schiin.niel and Maillot acted as a bat
tery * for Itbe J iS'tniinoloas opposed % by Herrod | and
F. ; Coddiantoa «m the mound for Trca Joli
and A. Ci-tUi'ngton behind the bat. -. ; •' .
AZ0RE GREYS 4. PENNANT BARS 2
OAKLAND. Nov. 17.—The Atore Greys beat
the I'eniuit Bars : to a close came at i Thirty-second
aod Ettie streets this : afternoon. Tbe 1 score: mm
- • ■■" -.'.-•-•. ■ -v>|U*«,H. , »E. l S
Asore Greya .: .'. , .tSSft?5??3[*«S•& 0
FeftiMrtit£Barii??rr;"r, , '»r; , r:TrT'.~.% , T.": 2 . ,4. " 3
Batteries—Abranatneon and Abrabamsoa; Bar
ney afld Schramm. . _ .; • - _>
:• ::A : JAOKSONS 9, W. F. CO. 5 :•*.,, I-γ-
RERKEI,EY. Nov. 17.- Byton Jtcfcgons
tcw*-|,tieiJoog,setHlstfromithe^Well«lF , iMge;|iBiB# :
in a r*#ged exhibition at the Sao Pablo grounds
this $*roing. Score: , • \ R. -'iTrj.fi B.!
B.rrftn JaeksoDB ,9 * ft
wei»r!* , «rgor.?tTf^.-^:-..%-. ..>.,. >$ S 7
s ■ Rattefif*--Jen*ei) «nd Ely; >Hin*« and Lassin,
Spotta^* >
SgggSeS' oSLxmstAs 4, LAtraExs i SB£&?J. T &i
I BE1lKEar.Eir, Nov. IT.— Too mm* t tofft con-
I trt bated tv lite %_ duwcfail of 2 the g Laurels • when .
\ * I......'...'.'..,,'''..'- -*".rcr" ■■--' -.*'■ ■".... .-t'-^v
i they j faced the ; Columblas : thie 'afternoon at San
! Pablo r grounds. Lloyd fanned li men. Score: tv
;-:■:;.,:..,;-;.,' .;.■;•.><.•; -N ..wgir,^-;,;- .■ .'.^^H.f/E. ,
Columblas ;4 7 5 /*;2
Laurels r:'i .'. ?... r...: ;.'::"".:".:...'7 1 : -=.7- ; .';,; 8
*s Batteries—Lloyd ' and i DabI; :> Hedemark r and
I Samson. '• /...'.' tr;-. ' ''^tt^SJf
i , . • RENAS 9, MANUFACTURERS o/ - - ■'[
! ' BKHKKLKV. Nov. . 17.—Tne Jrienas: Warehouse
nine took a 9 to 0 game fr«a>< the W'Mt Berkeley
Manufacturers f this » af tcrppxir* i by default. The
Manufacturers failed to show up at ; the San
Pablo jfiviindtf. - _ r , .. ■
' .. ■ VISITACI0N5 7, N00NANS 5. ' ;'
VISITACION. Nov. 17.—The Visitaclon club
added ; another victory to its long list, by taking
the I measure ' pf i the j Noonau Hardware " company
here aftereotn. Score: ' R. H., E.
visitacioas ,.'.'...; ::..X- v.~7 J.n-,Vi 2
Noonans ?. ~; .* .'. ;:v.V s .■:'.r.Vit..r.V. A5lsj| 6 fc.| 3
Batteries—Brocks i and ft Thelpln; -: Forman and
Sweeney. - ■ ■ . " •", ■ '■ ■'. ■ • - ■:
v 5 . S. C. P. C. CO. 3, COWELLS 2 ,
'"Z SANTA «Rt'Z, Nov. 17.—In the deciding game
for I the City Jen;j»e oharapiimshi! the J team t of \
the I Santa I Crus I Portland I Cement i company J today
defeated the lleury Con ell uine by one run. The
score: R. H. E.
•J. C. P. C. Co a 3 1
Cowells 2 2 4
-eBatterle»--\^ileon ( and Bias; Walker and Eilva.
Umpire—
, ST. IGNATIUS COLLEGE 8, TURKEY REDS 3
The St. Ignatius college j Bine . jrave the J Turkey
Reds i a , , severe I lacing' at \ the college' grounds; yes
terday afternoon. , Score: R. H. E. :
St. Ignatius College: r.'.v J :'rr;-.r?^™ , t8ail&4
Turkey J Reds Wr?rrTTT^Ti7T!TSf^7rfi 3 mt 5^ 5
Batteries —Sullivan and^Lasstter;' Kelly : and
Sund.- - ..-- 7 . .-- -^^SS^
MITCHELL CARS 10, SUNSET MERCHANTS 4
HTbe*l Mitchell Cars dooncd tiielr batting togs
yesterday s afternoon; and | gave S the | Sunset Mer
chants a severe drubbing, 1 ** Score: R. H. B,
Mitchell. c*Hf?£rr??r?£'£te?rr^A<>ffli7$Mi*
Sumset [ Merchants 4 6 eSj 2
M) Batteries—Hart 5 end Wilson; 5 Brous! and Whe-
Ian/ • -
DUFFY STARS 7. COMPANY L «
' * t The S Duffy All I Stars defeated the , Company L
j tea m r. Sixteenth I infantry, on " the Presidio grounds
i yesterday a afternoon Iβ a well played i game.
Score: - , . R. H. E.
iAll Stars , ..r..'. !.. : .\ 7 10 2
Soldiers 4 7 3
; 'J? Batteries— : Lydoa j and * Pay muller; f Harris ? and
Peterson. •.•-:■ ' V '
"All the , New* AH tbe Time ,, Iμ the
policy of The Call* tbe new, inde
. pendent Call. ■ '
GOSSIP OF EASTERN \
FOOTBALL GRIDIRONS \
-»- ■ ■*-
I'RINfJKION-, N. J.. Not. 17.—A1l members
o fthe rrlr.eeton. football team who participated
in yesterday's game with. Yale came through the
battle without any injuries, except Captaiu Peu
dletoo, whose left ehouWer was dislocated. Cap
tain Pendlet-a lv an interview tonight defended
"Tubby' , Waller, the Princeton halfback who
was dffttjuainied for alleged rough play lag Iα
tackling I'ljuu. the Yale fullback.
* * *
NEW HAVEN, Not. It.—The Yale foetball
team spent the day Quietly at the Greenwich
(Conn.) Country club, and will return here to
morrow for light practice for the Harrard game
nezt Saturday The mon emerged from the
Princeton game in good physical condition. The
same team that faced Princeton probably wtll
start the Hurtard gam*, with the exception of
Wheeler at gui>rterba<|k. Loftus, who played
the laot part of the Princeton game, did well
and there U a possibility that he may be first
choice.
* * *
CAMDRIOGr,, Mass., Not. 17.—Hazard's
Tarelty football players came through the game
wltb Dartmouth yesterday without injury and
are In food condition to tttart the week of hard
practice thej will be giren prior to the annual
jreme with Yale Saturday. Harrard's .lineup
against Yale is expected to he the same as that
which started against Dartmouth yeeterday.
* # *
CHICAGO, Xoy. 17.—The University of Wla
(.■ouslD'tt footbal , team is fbampioa of the "Big
Nine" this year. Saturday's game was the
crowning achievement of an unbroken Hat of
triumphs for the cardinal colors this fall, and
all middle west football critics unite In de
claring mat the Wlecenein team has deserred its
honors l>y superiority ia every department of
tbe game.
INTERURBAN IN DEAL
FOR SACRAMENTO DEPOT
[Special DUpakh to The Call]
SACRAMENTO, Nov. 17.—The Oak
land, Antioch and EAstern Railroad
company Iβ negotiating .for the pur
chase of a site for Its freight terminal
in Sacramento. An option on the block
bounded by Second and Third, l> and
M streets ha* been obtained through a
local real estate agency. This site will
give the new electric road a fine posi
tion in the commercial district as Its
lines enter the city by tlw way at the
electric bridge In M street, only two
blocks distant. The railroad has been
trying to get a passenger station site
about three blocks north.

TUe anmiti meetlß* of the California fliTlslon
of the Traveler*' Pjoteettre association of
Arncrlc* Win I* *«a to th*Jpai*c« hotel
Prtda* , «ft«rtw6u.; -m* fjfc i:3o
ovtoek; , A proinMn of er*«efte* bwTbe«B er
rau£»<i, auc , a banquet will follow.
Vallejo High Girls May
Protest Game
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
VALLEJO, Nov. 17.—The girls'
basket ball team of the Vallejo high
school, which lost a hard fought game
to Benicia high last Friday night by\
a score of 15 to 14, is considering enter-
Ing a protest on the grounds that the
floor which was played on was unfit
for playing basket ball, being as
smooth aa glass. Besides the floor not
being in shape, one of the rings used
was smaller than regulation size.
Miss Roxie Alexander, star center of
the locals, had her nose fractured in
the game, but although suffering much
pain she played it out.
The local girls would not protest the
game but for the significance of the
loss, for the losers of the game in
question will have to drop out of the
S. N. S, C. A. league.
BTTIOKS 5, FIIXXOaS MERCHANTS 4
The Uuleke defeated the Filloiore Street Mer
chants in tlio deciding battle of a three game
series at tvs park yesterday afternoon. Score;
R. H. ■■
Buicks 5 8 «
Filitnore Merchants 4 4 8
Butteries—Black and Rattner; Sandy and
Topla. I
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Billiard Tournament to
End This Week
NEW YORK, Nov. 17.—Willie Hoppe,
the 18.2 balk line billiard champion,
leads the other seven contestants for
the title in the professional tourna
ment, which will be concluded here
this week.
Twenty matches in all have been
played and eight more will be decided
tomorrow and Tuesday; but in case of
I one tie or more, for the first four cash
prizes, extra games will be in order.
Each of the eight experts hae com
peted in five games and iHoppe has
won four, his only defeat being by a
margin of three points in favor of
Kodji Yamada, the Japanese wonder.
Slosson, Morningstar and Yamada
are tied for second place, each having:
won three games and lost two. De
marest, Sutton and Cline are tied, with
two winning brackets each, and Tay
lor of Milwaukee is low man with a
single victory.
»
MONARCHS IS, LAKE STEE CLUB 2
OAKLAND, Not. 17. —The Monarchs adminis
tered a severe drubbing to the Luke Side club
this afternoon at the Levl grounds. Score:
R. H. E.
Monarchs 12 13 1
Lake Side Club 2 5 3
Batteries —Cresby and Lee; Dawson and
Hnghes.
COLLEGE SCORES
A VICTORY OVER
LEAGUE SLUGGERS
Fence Buster et at Fail to
Show Up, to Detriment of
the Wleland Score
[Spec/a/ Dispatch to The Call]
OAKLAND, Nov. 17.—The St. Mary*
college Independents opened their sea
son with a victory this morning over
the Wleland team at Freeman's park,
the collegians scoring 5 runs to 3 for
their league opponents. "Wet grounds
Interfered with the playing.
Harry Krause and Glavlnich were
the opposing twlrlers, the latter being
relieved by Oeschger. Only six hits
were totaled off the collegiate pitchers,
while Krause was touched up for eight.
Doc Moskiman carried off the hitting
honors with four safeties.
"Ping" Bodie, Harl Maggart and
Justin Fitzgerald, the "big brushere"
who were scheduled to play on the
Wielands , lineup, failed to put in an
appearance, so three young "bushers"
were substituted. This unlooked for
switch put a crimp in the Wielands ,
chances of winning. The score:
WIELANDS
AB. R. BH. PO. A. B.
Cunningham, r. f 3 1 0 2 0 1
Moskiman, 1. f 4 1 4 0 0 0
Hallinan, 3b :: 1 0 1 1 1
Orr. sa 4 0 2 2 0 0
McCann, 2b :', O O O 2 0
Paneig, lb '. 3 0 0 7 0 1
Dillon, r. t 2 0 0 0 0 0
Thompson, c 3 0 0 6 2 0
Krause, p 3 0 0 0 3 0
Totals 27 ~3 ~« 18 S 3
INDEPENDENTS
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Harden .1 o a 0 4 0
Johnson ."» 2 O 4 1 0
Horan 3 1 2 0 0 0
Rlordan 8 1 1 8 0 0
Gnisto 3 O 0 O O 0
Legjrett 3 1 2 8 0 0
Claflia 3 0 0 0 0 0
Wilson 1 0 0 0 0 0
Wallace 2 0 0 1 O O
Glavlnicb. 2 0 1 0 0 0
Oeachger 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 27 5 8 21 5 0
KtJNS AND HITS BY INNINGS
Wielands TL 1 0 0 1 0 o—3
Baeehlts 2 1 0 O 2 ft I-β
Independents 2 O 1 1 0 1 x —s
Basehlts 3 0 1 1 2 1 x—B
SUMMARY
Two base bite —Moskiman, Orr. Rim-dun.
Stolen bases —Legftett 2. Struck out—By Krausp
5, by Glavlnich 5, by Oeschger 1. Bast* on
balls—Off Glavinieh 2. by Oesehger 1. Time of
game—l hour. Umpire—Crawford.
In the afternoon on the college dia
mond the St. Mary's team scored an
other victory, this time over the soldier
team from Angel island, by a score of
4 to 2. The soldiers scored the open-
Ing run in the second and their final
tally in the sixth. The collegians
doubled their scores In the third and
fourth. The ecore:
R. H. E.
St. Mary's 4 ft i
Soldiers 2 5 2
Batteries —Oescbger. Johheou and Vluyht;
Rolins, Howard and Thatcher.
"For the Blearer, Better San Fran
cisco" l> the pledge and aim of
The Call.
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