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She Made a
Words by Schaefttr.
Unaic by Condo.
Baldwin And Starkell ?
Lose Second Game for
- Tigers; Start In Cellai
BRHJLJANT SUPPORT BY Al-1. PAIRED TO STEADY" TIGER
T\VUM,KIUS—IiYWUH IXIMKS TEMPER IN BATTING KM. IA
IN NINTH WITH A CBANCK TO TIE IN BIGHT. •■••■■. •
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•• : ; A ■•'■•' ; j - NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE STANDING. ■ • : •
;/*--"' ':;.,/■. '■: Yesterday's 'Results. • . ' . •
>;• Vancouver 6.- Tacoma 1. •': Spokane 2, Victoria 4. •
■■; •■"■";''■■-. ', ' ' J-' Seattle 11, Portland 6. •
'•O' Standing of Clubs Yesterday. . - ■ Today •
>'#. ;• V. • ; . . Win. Lose. Pet, Win Lose. •
• Vancouver ................. 2 0 1.000 1.000 . .666 •
• 5p0kane:.......... /...*... 1 1 .500 .606 .333 •
t# Portland ..%.'............... 1 1 .500 .666 .333 •
.•; Seattle .......... .......... 1 1 , .500 .666 " .333*
• Victoria . ........;.;■:.-..•.. 1 :l, .500 .666 >- .333 •
.: • Tacoma.... .........:.... 0 .- 2 .090 : .333 ' .000 •
,%•;'•• is* ■ J^'-:-: ■'■:■,•. t V'r>" Today's Games. J.?" v \ •■;••• "'•" *■;•".- : •• ';'-;'-#
£••> V l* At Vancouver, Tacoma va. Vancouver; at Seattle, Port- •
• land vs. Seattle; at Spokane, Victoria vs. Spokane. ' ■-"-:■•• •
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";: (By • United > Press Leased Wire.)
>£% VANCOUVER, B. C, April 18.
,;.. —By losing both of the opening
1 ■,; fame* Tacoma starts the season
■"■£. la the cellar with Vancouver, last
'*', year's ' I pennant .- 'winner,- leading
th« list ! and | all ! others . tied ' tor
second . place. Lynch's' defeat
j* yesterday wag directly attribut-
H t able to the pitching of Cooney
>I. Btarkell and Baldwin, who: were
;J. pounded' for 10 safe ? hits, Bald-
I > win's error, j Gervais, pitching for
A Vancouver, and Lynch losing his
;" I ■ tamper ,in the ninth ■ when , there
■,£-. was a batting rally and two men
"t~'.on bases. :; ■,■..»■ ,;>-..-; ;v -.-;. -j.^-.-.r:
/ Starkell started the game and
i- in 4 1-3,lnnings, was clouted for
I'iiate.hits, which brought In three
'"■ runs, and Baldwin suffered three
runs and four hits. The support
rf-.- given these pitchers was good, be-
Sj.. ing marked by fair hitting - and
, excellent fielding of other mem
berg of the team who played an
• errorless -game. Stark ell was err
ratic from the : start and gave
'•.•' three bases on balls. .
'^",ltwu In the ninth Inning Ab
-.' bott 'went. to bat with two. down
..and got a single. .Neighbors fol
• lowed with a double, scoring Ab
- bott. - Morse singled - and went
'■'■: ' •afe to . first, , advancing Neigh
, bors. Rain was falling and Lynch
; had hiked to the club house in
,' disgust when he was called to bat.
''■:■ He was slow In responding and
Umpire Van * Haltren« called two
I strikes beore Lynch was at bat.
fc He lost < his . temper and im
mediately went out. ~ ■■ ■ -
|i'l Those who witnessed the play
. lac of Starkell and Baldwin yes
",.- terday believe . that Lynch ;. was
.giving them a try-out and that
.they probably pitched themselves
." out of a lob. The score: "-'■■■ '
::■■-- ... VANCOUVER. -
. AB R II PO A E
. Demagglo, If. 4 2 12 0 0
.Bennet. 2b . 2 12 1 10
•' Brashear. lb. 1 0 0 10 10
-'.Frisk, rf ... 4 0 2vO « 0
, Klppert, cf . 3 2 1 8 0 0
James, 3b .. 4 0 1 1 4 0
:■••. Soharnweber 3 112 4 0
' Lewis, o .... 3 0 0 I 0 0
Oervais.p-.. 4 0 115 0
Totals 28 6 10 27 16 0
; -.-J. , TACOMA.
\ AB R H PO A E
. Tohe. 8b ...3001 8 0
NUI, 2<b .... 3 0 0 2 3 0
',; Abbott, If ..4 1 2.3 00
;. Neighbors, rf 4 0 ': 1 2 1 9
Morse, m ... 3V o■, 1, 0 8 0
ii Lynch, cf ...;. 3 0" 0 1. 0 0
,: Cameron, lb. 3 0 0 11 0 0
Ludwig, .. 2 0 1 ■'( 2 BO
0 BUrkell; p.. 1 0 0 1 1 0
;v;Baldwin, P %;. 0 0 ,»; 0; 1
r Totals ... .29 1 ■« 24 13 ~1
33***^-4 SCORE BY INNINGS. , .
Vancouver .0 20 0 2 110 •—6
pf< Tacoma f...'. 03000000 I—l
.'••■•■• v,-;-.;;; to summary.-: .; .:.
;■■!;■ Stolen base— ■;,•' Sacrifice
gi hits—Bennett, Brashear, Nlll,
... Lynch, , Scharnweber. Two-base
S —Scharnweber, y Neighbors.
||, Three-base Demaggio, > Ben
mn*tt,ffi Pitchers' -5 record—Three
runs and six bits off Starkell in
4 1-3 Innings; 3 runs and 4 hits
; off' Baldwin r In 1 3■# 2-3 i Innings.
:*: Baees on balls— Gervais 2, off
r^tarkelliS/'dff Baldwin 1. Struck
If rat —By Gervais !6/ by Starkell I,
;: by Baldwin ■. 1. ' ; " Doable t plays—
P Neighbors :to Cameron, _ James *to
S Brashear to Scharnweber, Ludwig
to Nil]. •■ , «-- i
Considerable money was wag- jt
ered on Tacoma yesterday as a re
sult of the first game which show
ed the team in excellent form.
With the series at stake and the
neceaaity of Retting a good start,
the fans are unable to understand
why Lynch used Starkell and
Baldwin when he had Hall, Hig
gins, Gordon and Schmutz to
SEATTLE 11, PORTLAND 8.
SEATTLE, April 18.—By a
score of 11 to 6 after an up-hill
fight, the QJants yesterday after
noon defeated the Portland Pip
pins, placing the teams pn an
equal footing. Seattle knocked
Doty out of the pox in the third
and Hirsch, the relief, was no
better, Store: it H X
Portland i.. 6 8 4
Seattle 11 9 1
VICTORIA 4, SPOKANE 2.
SPOKANE, April 18. — The
pitching of Concannon and the
pinch hit of Kennedy in the eighth
after Nordyke had been deliber
ately passed, won yesterday's
game for Victoria by a score of 4
to 2. It was a good game. Score:
R H I
Victoria ............. 4 8 3
Spokane-..' .... 281
M: VI) HIGH TEAMS
PORTLAND—PIans are being
made today to send to the Univer
sity of California all-coast track
meet at Berkeley April 27, a team
from Lincoln High school of Port
land. Robert Wentworth, high
Jumper, and Basil Smith, broad
Jumper, will represent the school..
Two other Portland high schools,
the Washington and Jefferson,
have arranged to send teams.
MORROW VS. KID GEORGE.
SAN FRANCISCO — Howard
Morrow of Los Angeles and Kid
George have signed to box
the ten round main event of the
Oakland wheelmen's show on
Word was sent to Tommy
Ryan, former middleweight cham
pion, who is managing Morrow,
to bring- his boy up at once.
Opportunity is rare—never
let it go by.
offer an opportunity to enjoy
constantly the finest tobacco undet
its most perfect form. Blended
to appeal to the most cultured
taste. An incomparable smoke.
10 for 10 cent*
This is a picture of Chief Bender's hand as he grasps m ball
preparatory to pitching. Bender is the premier pitcher if thte
i ..rid champion Athletics and his pitching hand is worth serewU
;housand dollars a year to hlwf.
CLUB BOXERS SHOW
FORM FOR MATdtl
With Joe Bonds, Paul Steeie,
Harry Phillips and all of the oth
er Tacoma Athletic club boxers in
rare form and ready to enter the
contests Friday night, the club
members are promised one of- the
most successful smokers since the
birth of the club.
After four faßt rounds yester
day afternoon of practice In the
Kyiiin. the club physician went
carefully over the U. P. S. athlete
and could find nothing wrong with
him. Bonds says he never felt
better. Paul Steele displayed some
of his old time form la his work
out and Harry Phillips was plain
ly Jn the pink of condition. AH
Pacific Coast League.
Standing of the Globs.
Won. Lost Pet
Oakland-.........13 1 .927
Vernon 8 3 .727
Los Angeles 6 6 .500
Sacramento 6 7 .417
San Francisco ..5 8 .385
Portland 2 11 .154
R H E
San Francisco ....... 8 12 4
Portland 5 13 3
Johnson and Baker; Koestner,
Temple and Hawley.
R H B
Los Angeles 0 5 1
Oakland 4 7 l
Halla and Boles; Abies and
R H B
Vernon 4 7 o
Sacramento 3 7 0
Carson, Brackenridge and Ag
new; By ram and Hart.
Standing of the Clubs.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Cincinnati 4 1 .800
St. Louis 4 1 .800
Philadelphia .... 3 2 .600
Boston ........ 3 3 .500
New York 3 3 .503
Brooklyn .3 3 .400
Chicago 1 4 .200
Pittsbarg ....... 1 4 .200
BOSTON. April 18—Th« Giants
won from Boston by hit
ting the ball when hits meant
runs. Boston's tour errors also
helped. Score: R H E
New York ( ... 4 7 1
Boston 1 7 4
Batteries: Wlltse and Meyers;
Brown and Kltng.
nati «ame postponed; Chicago de
layed by wreck.
▲t Brooklyn — Philadelphia-
Brooklyn gam* postponed; rain.
TIGERS VS. INDIANS
The Tacoma Tigers wIM play
the Spokane Indians a transferred
game in the Stadium, July 3, as a
part of the MonUmara Fesio cel
THE TACOMA TIMES.
of the young men are straining at
the leash and ready for the enter
In a circular letter to club
members Secretary Harry An
drews announced that the
books would be kept open until
Friday evening, 6 o'clock, at the
down town offices. Pfister pool
rooms. The members have been
responding loyally and the be
lated ones have been given their
Street's class in boxing is grow
ing and promises to prove a great
attraction. More than a score
of club members Joined Tuesday
and numbers gathered around to
Standing of the Clubs.
Won. Lost. Pet
Boston ......... 4 1 .800
Philadelphia .... 3 1 .7»0
Cleveland 4* 2 .676
Chicago 3 8 .€OO
Washington .... 2 2 ..800
Detroit ..3 3 .500
St. Louis ...... 2 4 .333
New York 0 B .000
At New York — Washington-
New York game postponed; rain.
At Chicago — Detroit-Chicago
game postponed; raln;*'js-£\v<WSISJ
delphia game postponed;' rain. :
At Cleveland St. Louis-Cleve
land postponed; rain.
M'FARLAND VS. WELLS
are : completed ;. for 'i the " : bout
between Packey McFarland and
Matt Wells, with the signing of
the articles here by Packey. The
fight will be over the 10-round
course in New York, April 26.
The men will weigh 135 pounds at
3 o'clock. McFarland is to re
ceive $10,000, win, lose dr«tdraw.
HAVE RITCHIE GUEggfrfo
~ SAN FRANCISCO—WiIIie Rit
chie, the local lightweight, ,is
wondering ■ whether .' h« 4 baa
a match with Champion Ak Wot
gast or not. The propose© put.
was to be a four-round affair (ay
4, «nd Promoter Coffroth wan to
complete the. arrangement**
three days Ritchie has be# un
able to locate Coffrotoi He
claims he Is passing up boy i In
New York while waiting t<# Ule
the matter. : t 1 X
ENTRIES CLOSE ,|j ■:'V
. The entry • list for ! the Apfaal
bench show of the Tacoma Untune]
club will close today,,and-.- all
dogs must be '•» entered by I to
night. £ „ The list n«s ;': been
growing rapidly, a Urge , number
of out-of-town and local entries
being made at the last- moment.
The show will open a week from
'■■'■ WANTS BALL' GAMESTv I:
The ' Diamond A team of J Aber
deen has organized ?l and -Q.Wants
games with Tacoma amateurs ?6r
semi-pro £i teams. ;;:£ Address <]■ Pa
McNamara, Aberdeen, Wash.
f.ili', I*'!...*"/.Ti. •■■.,-.•'."-.,- •>.*., %iJ-VJMK^iISS.
Only Two More Days
In Which to Gather
Votes In the Contest
There is only one more day. Friday the coupons will be
printed and Saturday nlghte the Most Popular Woman Fan in Tn
coma will be introduced to the public. Snnday she will pitch the
first hall over in (In- opening of tin- Northwestern league game* In
Tacoraa in a game between Tacouia and Vancouver.
It takes more than one vote to elect the Most Popular Woman
Fan in Tacoma in the Times big contest which ends Saturday noon.
Hurry and get in yotir votes so they can be counted. A number
of the contestants declare they have a large number, but as yet have
failed to turn in their count.
Miss Dorothy Jackson, the first young woman to enter, this
morning brought in a total of 1,500 votes and has a small army of
friends busy collecting them.
Edna Shepler Is a new candidate. She has been busy gathering
votes and expects to turn in a large count within a few days.
Friends of Miss Burns have turned in 500 votes.
Hurry Exam Answers
I mis, on will hare to hurry if
you are going to win that season
ticket in the Vans' Civil Service ex
amination. . The contest will close
sharp at noon Saturday, and the
winner will be announced Satur
day night in the baseball Pink
Sheet. Get your answers in early
so they can be checked oyer. -.
Don't wait until the 11th hour
and then shoot them all in at
once. There are large number of
answers now In, but, curious to
relate, not one of them is entirely
correct. There is:- a chance to
send In the correct and lucky an
swer today. ■. ; ■;• ; J± | .•
MOOHE VS. BRITTON
SAN FRANCISCO—Pat Moore.
It requires no high priced chauffeur, no gasoline, but you
get there all the same. We can sell you the best make and
finish for $30 and |35. We carry a big stock.
Washington Tool & Hardware Co.
927 Commerce Street. 928 Pacific Avenue.
■ jj]Fj!^^^il^ni||||| lin I jj |
I! I^9 BBSS^^^. 'I II
Is Your Smile
'■-•. ■ ' • ''
a Pleasing One?
When you smile do you show an attractive set of teeth,
or are there a number of decayed front teeth—or perhaps
I broken ones—th«t mar the attractiveness and Individuality
of your am Ho. ;.'^ :' .7
,' *; ■.. I ckn' make, ttaoid teeth look attractlTe. I've id one bo
for a great many of Taconia people. And all of the dental
j ...work I have done in Tacoma durlnsfthe past several year*,
I. or are there a number of decayed front teeth—or perhaps >
broken ones—that m*r the attractiveness and Individuality
of your smite.
I 6an make those teeth look attractive. I've done so
(of a great many of Tacoma people. And all of the dental
work I have done in Tacoma durinnftho P*et several yeara,
I have yet to find one dissatisfied patient—or one instance
where the quality of my work has fallen below my high >
standard. ■■ '---/■ n -[ '.".''■"'-" ■'■..;
• .'Let me examine your toeth—tomorrow say—for the
r longer you delay th« more costly the remedy.
UNION DENTISTS, >|^
the Philadelphia lightweight, and
Jack Brltton of Chicago will fur
nish the main pugilistic event for
the month Jn San Francisco, ac
cording to today'B announcement.
Moore left Philadelphia and will
arrive here next Friday if on time.
It will be his first appearance In
San Francisco. The fight la
scheduled for April 26.
8 laihvi-s (m>oil Fresh Bread
(Bring this ad.)
809 So. 17th St.
MORRIS VS. MVOMlsk|.;v
PORT SMITH, Ark.— Carl Mor
ris is tentatively matched with
Tom McComlskey tor a in-round
fight here May 5, according to an
nouncement made here today.
Kirn Stewart of Brooklyn has also
been offered the match and
should he accept McComiskey will
Who's the Smartest?
This is a question that comes to the mind of all
fishermen when fighting a good "gamy" fish.
Many of the streams along the "New Line" in
the Cascade Mountains are just "alive with
gamy fish" waiting to give you a good lively
time catching them.
f WEEK-END EXCURSION FARES
To Many Delightful Points in the Cascade Mountains, 1
"- ' Also Along the Tacoma Eastern Railroad. : .
DATES OF SALE—April 6 and 7, and each Saturday and
Sunday thereafter to and Including October 27, 1912.
- RETURN LlMlT—Monday
1| Ihk. following date of sale.
. MMll£Su£m^^^^^^. or further particulars call or
Mr^Bß^^BJ^^^writP for a copy of our fishing,
. Mj/iiMYJr'rfijfJrJJ hunting and camping folder, which
lU|Ui||Ml|U contains complete information re
.WiSuJlllimTWnllM Kardl"B points reached. • ■ --''-'.
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Thursday, April 18,1912.
FIRWOOD, 7; MEKKKR JOT., 6
Kir wood won an exciting and
hotly; contested game from the
Meeker Junction team, at Fir
wood, by a score of 7 to 6.
KKYSTONKW VS. ST. MARTINS
The Keystone team will Sun
day meet the St. Martin's college
team on the St. Martin's grounds.