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PIRATE KANTLEHNER PUTS ALL THE TIGERS TO THE SWORD
BEE ARTILLERISTS RIDDLE
rain's kraft with
ROUND SHOT li SHRAPNEL
VICTORIA, Sept. 90.—Attar •
long conference with Captain
KMd and the Honorable Mr. Blue
beard, Krria KanUcbaer raise (0
i ike eosulwsio* yesterday that lie
feed (■»(] bee* ; acting ■as befits a
ireal pirate, or one who Is to be
> eoaee a baccaaeer, : so ; sluirpening
Ms tmOmm, turmating a dirk into
Us doublet, and whistling a mut
:<kro— MM, Kant 3 boarded B the
i Tiger "Kraft" and put aUto the
IlisißrtLlw^SpiiS • p^'^i^t ~o¥. ?•
Alt of which Is ; a more or less
poetical way of conveying the sad
! ttdlags that h the f Bengals >;< were
|M«»s»dr4^to;o^AK^^^^w?
The old Kraft manned by the
| Tigers j was !•; unable Ito withstand
I the heavy artillery fire of the Bee
sjvaners and after a, battle of lit
tle more than an hour's duration,
* «amk I beneath • the waves; with all
colors flying. ■1\ ■' ■■/;■.,■.-•.."
Si?, Kantlehner, . the j Pirate leader,
was merciless,' and slaughtered all
the el In who attempted to fight
bat*.
:;l:y."Oda fish!" he would roar, "I
wfH .wash the very quarterdeck In
thy bloods, ye S senrvey . varlets
O«t upon thee. The ;/, prise Is
And 1 there was no doubting the
, buccaneer's word. His gore-get
ttag demons began In 1 the ; second
S exchange of shots. Moose Swain
three-plied. Rippling ■- - Brooks
booked a bur) for an abutment,
and s Dan'l | Shea 4 later biffed ■ ■ a
bender for a bag.:'-;i;';v::" '::,-•-■-'";;'■.■
A doable burglary by Crum
and Alberta netted another chirae
bmtST in the fifth refrain. Man
ager Delxaas got a life in the next
j;■tin and ! Dan'l Shea 1, again made
shis beaming n presence " felt *; by
tUcklng th» nook • merchant | from
Hanniba) for a demi-circult romp,
| which. brought ' Manager «? Del > to
the family fireside. . - ."..?
The Bengals had their best
f chance ■ in ' the 1 second \ paragraph.
Young -„ Wild West, the \ Champion
Deadsbot. survived on an eczema
effort. McMuHln thumped for a
i tart and Keller suicided that the
others might \ advance |S in %g the
world—and Pon the S hassocks.
j Harris Zeppelin-ed to the sun-ris
' ing patch, and West tried to dim
ple the oval. Albert made a nice
cast and ; the Champion I Deadshot
was ; ambushed at the § chunk it of
china. ' - ' ;.sv
The Tigers play in Tacoma to
day.
Taeoma. AB R H PO A ■
Xnrfess. ss. p 4 0 2 2 4 l
Million, If ..4 0 0 1 0 •
Fries, cf s&nm lifSs« g«
I Neighbors, i rf 1 4 WJ 0 n 0 s? S ;f • % 0
West, tbpirA i* % 8 10 H* i •
KcKalUn.t 8b Si 0 T:lUl^ 1 0
Keller. Sb ..2 0 0 2 S 0
Harris, I• pTT. tUoi&og4 '£ •ci 1
Kraft, p 2 0 0 v t •
•Kelly 1 0 0 0 0 0
•absVerg, sa :.O 0 0 0 0 o
Totals ...SI 0 « 24 11 2
•Batted for Kraft In :^4.
Victoria. ABj bj HiPO Ai ■
Orum. cf 4 1 1 8 1 1
ilawitags. 2b 3 0 1 « 3 0
Alberts, rf ..3 0 1 2 1 0
Swain. If ....4 Mill 2S « Sii*
Brooks, lb ..4 m«mim• S« g 0
Delmas, ss ..S 2 0 2 1 0
Lamb, 3b ...3 0 0 I 1 1
TBa^«-^*-i? -i*'^i-^-i'lp^4 w 0 '- 2 ? v ■ a^«
! Kajrttehner, p tS o#B afltjs «
Totals ...31 4ifß T27 711
,yiwii> .00000000 o—o
Victoria. 03001100 • —4
© flustaary: Sacrifice • hits —
kwUags. Alberts. Keller. Two
fcftS* hits—K«rfess. !lUwl*igav
fees. Three-base hit—Swain.
pw X bases—Critm, Alberts.
■cable plays—Alberts to Shea;
Jrom to Delmas. Struck out —
By Kaattehaer 5: by Kraft 4.
Bases en balls—Off Kraft 2. Tn
■*int» pitched—By! Kraft 7; runs
}*Js^^«;S|Charge« defeat to
Kraft Time—l:l*. Umpire —
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♦ Victoria 4, Tacoma: 0. ■;' ;-, V; *
♦J»: Vancouver } 7, Spokane 1 ft: ♦
♦ >!i* ..Portland ;3. Seattle :1 ♦
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♦ " - Standing of : the Club*. •>
♦ KAuxU?'.' Won. Lost .'-. Pet. t«
♦ Vancouver ?92 i " 64" ; .588 * ♦
♦; Portland ?'.*. 82 > 67 -' ; .547 ;■*
Seattle fe^r.B3?- ; s 74 .532 <i>
♦ 1 Victoria ...77 *&•; 84 .482 ; $
♦ Tacoma ...71 *V»: 89 ' .441 $
♦ Spokane . 65 "92 .418 ♦
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Philadelphia ... 90 ■ ■.; 49 ? .648
Cleveland »'....'.. 88 ; ,-. 60 ; .577
Washington : ... .81 :\ 61 -.570
Boston 1r.".";.":T. 72 C:; 66 .525
Chicago jr.™ .'.;.'. 73 ;:% 71 ■ - .60?
Detroit V.\ ...%; .62 -.'', 80 .437
New York r. .'.;"; 61 Vr.j «7 .870
St. Louis ..;.. .63 ;/ 91 , .368
Washington 2, Detroit 1. *U". \,
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New York ■.■.'. .'.■.92j'.-.- 46 .sf .667
Philadelphia r.i; 811- 61 ; .614
Chicago ?Tt i-'iVr. 80 jte 61 ■* .667
PitUburg «T.VT.74 ] j65 1 .631
Brooklyn 69 $.:> 77 * .454
Barton g7. rrrr.™ 59 £'' 77 ;;| .434
Cincinnati ;r.;; V. 62 >'-: 84 .425
Bt;!Louti?t;;TV^49.V/.96^ .340
Chicago 6, Boston 1. L; <-.. -- -*;
Cincinnati 1-1, Brooklyn ! 0-2.; "
PltUburg 1 3-3, , Philadelphia ' 3-2.
St. Louis 1-0, New.York 0-2.,
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Portland »;.'..;.. 90 f' i 70 '■'./■■ .563
Venice i. .^-.fO, » 82'/" .523
Sacramento I*.* 83 ?'- 78 "'; .616
San;FranciscoV.';B3; *88 '.' .485
Los Angeles ...80 ,X> 88 .476
Oakland3rr."iV." 76 -v 96 S .442
Los Angeles 4, San Francisco 2.
Oakland 5, Sacramento 3. ■, .; - ■
Venice i 7, Portland 1.
HATS OFF.TO MAYS
SEATTLE, Sept. 20. —Mays
was the whole show In :, yester
day's game between the Colts and
the Tllikums, " winning . his : game
handily, 3 to; 1. His . own homer
played a large part In the victory.
He struck out seven, and did not
pass nor hit a man. Kelly pitch
ed a nice game for Seattle.
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BEUTEL eDSfNESS C3LLE6F
I Main iKML
What's Wrong With the Cincinnati Reds
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Baseball Foolishness Seems to Play Big Part
(The Cincinnati team Is a base
ball Joke and everyone wonders
why. Failures in Red land are
stars on other fields. Great lead
ers have failed to make the team
a winner. The Times commis
sioned the sporting editor of the
The ex-ntasuwers of Cincinnati Association, and a promising recruit. Fire of these men failed to
make the Reds » wiener. Will file sixth succeed? From left to rl ght they are Manager Joe Tinker,
ex-Managem Hank O'l»ay, Clark Griffith, John Gan/el, Joe Kelley and (with mustache) Ned Hanlon.
Cincinnati Post to Investigate this
problem 1* and ] bis ' diagnosis - hits
the nail on the head. - Here Is bis
opinion lin a nutshell.—Editor) .
by "BROWNIE" noun®". Vh'
Sporting Editor Cincinnati Post.
The trouble with the Cincinnati
Reds can be summed up In an an
swer divided into three parts.
Here it to:r~" .-v^A-'-*?- 1. • •; -WS"" 3
i* Failure to hold platers until
they develop or can b« traded ad
vantageously, due to unwilling
ness )to ! spend | money in \ salaries.
*~ Inadequate ' scouting system. i
Mysteriously odd lack. <\>:
One Is as much to blame as
the , other; ?. In ix conjunction i they
have I made ■ Cincinnati" a I baseball
Joke.-:c^,Kte^,-- v: r*Ti 7" ><fiC~ ;*-•'■>
hi Last I spring Joe % Tinker; took
south eight H pitchers,! all t having
been | pronounced j-.? ready t for the
majors. The eight went back to
the minors. f4'X<-':-7"^■'•'%{'■■* ?"■<
"Lefty" Packard iis i the X only
minor leaguer who remained and
he 1 pitched 'so well i for Columbus
in • toe American Association iln
1912 that the report of a scout
(■are the word) was unnecessary.
0 Instead *?/ of ££ employing able
scouts to find youngsters, recruits
are picked { from . printed averages
or upon ' tips front ' men' who tdo
not | know a j player -when they see
one/^C^*^^*^V'!rtyj^>^iS«s
The team t has never f held '?a
player a season or two to develop
Unless "ready" upon \ reporting
players are given transportation.;
But Connie Mac* held Eddie
Collins and "Stuffy" Mclnnes
three years and then they helped
win : pennant*.; : And i John J. Mc-
Grmw held Mara three years
before -he r was worth & : a nickel,
and upend four years making Art
Fletcher, a big league -. shortstop.
Four winning J National league
pitchers iof I today ■. w«r ereleased
op X Cincinnati I because ! they were
»ot "ready." They are Cheney of
the Cubs, Ragon of Brooklyn.
P«rdoe of Boston and Brennaa of
tfce PMta—four of tfee beat men
la tbe league.
K$ Some • managers i are to blame
for, reloading there > players; f.in
•ana Instances it was tb» dab's [
desire to cave money. Garry I
1 Herrmann , «ay, ac ; b«i; never In-,
i t«rf»«*: In the .pn rehaM %or f ■ ntj
l«*eoj of > • £ yUdw.lgl.Tate % \*XtM
tmo.'; MoKtunoßtEl tjlumiers taiifl
be oh*rsed,U> tb« nuuen. , ; .
BsHHt'tbeac KUMumrs &.r« mifl
THE TACOMA TIMES
good with other clubs. Clarke
Griffith made Washington a win
ner in one season after leaving
Cincinnati; a pennant contender,
in fact.
Mysterious luck which even the
players cannot fathom pursues
the team. Stars with other clubs
slump when with the Reds, and
fair men leave Cincinnati to star
SEE WORLD'S
SERIES HERE
IN TACOMA
One can stay home right In Ta
coma this year and take in the
world's series almost as well as if
one was >. back 'In ' Philadelphia 'or
New York. $r .yM-['--ifX'>^-in
John Cort has installed an elec
tric device at the Tacoma theater
that ; shows J each '. play 'in detail.
It shows where the ball goes *Jb*n
hit' and : it* > prograas I wBUe I being
fielded. At -< the I same * time 'the
movements of the baserunnerg «re
recorded.j t-f.f ;-2 ■'j^iajgfi'i^
*-iEvery strike ; and; ball wilt be
shown a couple of minutes after
the i actual play. As i the ?4 games
will begin about 2 o'clock In-the
East, return f will £ come Sln here
shortly after 11^ o'ciock.^^gf
your act of books for the
new jear should be or
dered early—aside from
a larger selection of
ready-mades, we manu
facture any special form
required—either bound
or loose-leaf.
PinWFEtt
somewhere else.
BeaU Becker helped the Giants
win a flag. Traded to Cin< innatJ
he hit around .200, but when sold
to the Phils began and continued
to bat around .300. Tex McDon
ald wasn't ev«'n a Red regular;
with Boston he is one of the best
hitters in the league; then there
are Steinfeldt and Overall, who
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♦ 'fXu DOUBLE HIM, ; £*/£{'♦
♦ In addition to - this aft- ♦
♦, ernoon's I game, the B Tigers ' ♦
♦ and Bees wtt) play a double- <*>
♦ header to make up for seme ♦
♦ f postponed game,*; at \ th« * lo- ♦
♦ call; ball • - farm -t tomorrow. <S>
♦ The first game will be called ♦
<* promptly at 2 $ o'clock ~ and ♦
♦ the next a few minutes after ♦
♦ the close of }} the a opening . ♦
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Puget Sound
Electric Ry.
:, FOR BEATTLB — limited
Trains every hour. Time
of United Trains seventy
minutes.
Trains Leave \ Bth and
A Streets, Tacoma
* UMTTED TRAINS — 7:85,
firj ß:Bs: 0:8S, 10:80, ll:S5,
a. m.; 19i8R, 1:85, 2:88,
3:88, 4:35 and 5:85 p. m.
." ■ >'All! Limited Trains Stop
at Auburn and ; Kent.
IiOCAIiI TRAINS leave at 8
a. m., 7 a. m., 8 a. in., 0 a.
;>: .■• m.. It a. ra., % p. m., and
.' hourly until 8 p. m. Then
' 10:08 p. m. and 11:85 p.
a. (last tram).
PUYAIiUnP V RHORT ; LIVE
—*natae will leave Tacoasa
a* •«:!©, T;l«, •8(10,
8:10 aad 11: to a. m.;
1:10, 9:10, •*»!•, 5:10,
«:*«, 7:10, 9: to mm*
•BaUr except gundt.y.
left the Reds to help win four
Oub peanaats.
Clarke Griffith traded Paskert,
Lobert and a few others for
Grant, Bates and Borne more. At
the time Orant was about the
best third baseman in the league,
but he never loked the same as a
Red.
Cincinnati should employ effi
cient scouts and toss printed av
erages into the waste basket; the
owners should get away from the
idea of saving a few thouaand by
releasing every player who sits on
the bench a few days without
playing.
McGraw and Mack have an ab
solutely free rein In handling
their clubs. If Joe Tinker Is
given the same opportunity, per
haps he too will prove a winner
and not a candidate for the ex-
Mauagers of Cincinnati associa
tion.
PATHFINDERS
HAVE STARTED
To act as pathfinders for the
endurance run of the Tacoma
Motorcycle club, from Taconia to
Hoquiam, which takes place Sep
tember 28, R. H. Brown and R. M.
Watkins left yesterday afternoon.
The run la to be made to Ho
quiam and back tn the same day,
and a large number of entries are
expected.
[ Short Sport
Clyde Keller did some good hit
ting Thursday.
The veteran Tommy Leach was
the whole show against Boston in
one of the games Thursday. Out
of two attempts he made a dou
ble and triple and scored all of
the Cub runs, a total of three.
The football games scheduled
with Seattle high schools are to
be played after all.
Chadbourne of the Portland
Beavers has gone 27 days in a row
without failing to make at least
one safe hit. This Is said to be
a 'Coast record.
Big Ed Walsh returned to the
game Thursday and pitched the
last part of a battle against the
New York Yankees.
There is a lot of lU-feelin* be
tween the Venice and Portland
clubs, according to report.
Jack Lester la still fighting
around the country.
Tom McCarey, the Los Angeles
right promoter, has suffered a
nervous breakdown as • result of
the death of Young and his sub
sequent arrest.
Skin Harris was one of the
stars of the double bill with the
Bees Friday.
Pitcher Oipe of Seattle seems
to have become the real McCoy
as a pinch hitter.
The New York Yankees are
playing great ball.
INDIAN KKATM INDIANS
VANCOUVER, B. C, Sept. 20.
—Chief Cadreau was very effect
ive against the Indians yester
day and almost shut them out
winning 7 to 1. Smith was no
puxzle to the Beavers, Brinker
poking one over the right wall
for a homer.
To the Public—
CMMB|P<" aurc.s.fal car**
■ for human allm*nt>
■ *£• due to th* merit.
m Mot our compounding
■?' '■• powerfl root*
■ herbi and bark,
■ which Bra poiaeeaad
■Ml"' - cumliy, , quail
■ relict (or th* alck
■ where ;■ other rent.
■ dlei have failed. If
■ you ar» a4lln« «ad
«■■■■ cannot b« cur.d why
I ■1M |Wl[|#'N*" Bet , call and ••«<«•>
Prl»at» lliuhi a anectelty. ~
IKK WO CHIMCSK MRDICIME CO.
Tauoma. Wmll
ji*^l sh ''* fta -^ auiotutcjir "-i' aim
tSf ,*V «•« M B>«4lev
taol herbs and reou
known for their re
markable cure* la
Chl«», we .re able
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anch stlaeatn M
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Tb« i rawed I»c we 'a— * are ok*<i
»»t»fy •ott-s>*lM*t>ua and po»IU»e!j
go tte>i 4*911 tain Mercury.
> tf unable to call parsonitllr^itß4
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--:• y »:..;-'. ■-. s-r. : ; BY JAMES W. KUAN. ■ ■■- , .- •: -~
v . An old man of eighty is going to take up boxing. He won't
have to train long to lick some boxers we have seen. - * ■""
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'': \- ' ■-.--■.-■ SWEET LYRICS '.. I '■/:■
. * ••■■;.-;. AH wrestlers are really bums. _ "
... * Said Snoop with a sneeze; -
" :: - _■. Ballplayers are a lot of ruins,
■'.■ ..::.■■-.-'.-,"■>: And boxers are cheese.
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-. The race between Joe Jackson and Ty Cobb for batting honors
has become about as thrilling as a game of checkers. • - -
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• They say you have to "hole out" In golf, but it looks more like
a case of "hold out." - ; . •
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Judging by the way Fielder Jones suspended Kaufman, 1 li«
would be sending every player to Siberia if lie lived in Russia.
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A PECULIAR PACT
■. i ' Now that we released Jake Holdorman lie proceeds to go and
show what a good ballplayer he is. They never do this until you
lett hem go, however. - - : .
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Why do we call the' pitcher's box a Blab? Is asked of us.
Because It often serves the same purpose as the slab in the
undertaker'sit holds a dead one. '-
One good thing we can say about Huerta. He Is not a wrestler.
A RAY OF HOPE -y
There la one thing nice about Welsh's boxing of his shadow at
Vancouver. He can't be licked, anyway. . . - . ■ ,-.
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Vesuvius has started erupting again. Can that black party
have moved from Paris to Italy? *rt
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V - BAWIi HIM OUT
Arthur Felkey can no longer be called a white hope. He la
now the only living white "dope." , . . :
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. Onalow, the new Detroit first-sacker, seems to be getting on
slow. (What Is the sentence. Judge?) : * .--.- %
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