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ANGELS WIN ONE
FROM PORTLAND
BAUM -PITCHES HIS TEAM TO
VICTORY
VISITORS SCORE ON ERRORS
Hoodoo Which Has Followed Locals
Blnce Their Return Broken at
Last — Henderson Blows
Up In Sixth
Los Angeles, 4; Portland, 2.
Baum, Morley's lanky twirler, yester
day broke the hoodoo which has been
handicapping the Angels since their
return from the north, and the locals
were able to dispose of Portland.
The northerners scored two runs In
their half of the first Inning, but this
was not Baum's fault at all. Errors
by Smith and Flood enabled Atz and
Schlafly to make the circuit, and the
fans figured the thing out that Los
Angeles was due to lose once more.
Henderson, a mere youth, and a re
cent acquisition to McCredle's forces,
was on the slab for Portland, and he
had figured the thing out just as had
the fans.
There was no more scoring until the
sixth Inning when the Angels began
to take kindly to Mr. Henderson. Tim
Flood was hit by the pitcher and
ambled down to first rubbing a sore
spot on his leg. Toman sacrificed and
Judson Smith singled to left, scoring
Flood, and raced around to third while
Van Buren In left field was trying to
pick up the ball. Brashear singled and
Dillon did likewise, scoring Smith and
Brashear.
The Angels added a fourth to their
runs In the eighth. After Smith flew
out, Brashear walked. He stole sec
ond, but sprained his ankle and Eager
took his place. Dillon contributed a
single, and Eager scored.
Baum seemed to pitch better ball
all the time and Portland could not
score.
Brashear's injury Is painful and prob
ably will keep him out of the game for
several days.
LOS ANGELES.
AB R BH SB PO A E
Flood, 2b 8 110 13 0
Toman, ss. & cf 3 0 0 0 0 0 v
Smith, 3b 4 110 2 2 1
Brashear, ss 2 2 1 1 2 2 0
Dillon, lb 4 0 2 0 6 0 0
Cravath, rf 4 0 10 10 0
Ross. If 4 0 10 110
Spies, c 2 0 0 0 14 2 0
Baum. p 3 0 10 0 2 0
Eager, cf 0 0 0 0 0 _0 _0
Totals 29 1 1 "l 27 12 1
PORTLAND.
AB R BH SB PO A E
At*. SS 3 10 12 0 0
Van Buren, If 4 0 1 0 4 0 0
Mitchell, lb 4 0 2 0 8 1 1
Schlafly. 2b 4 1 0 1 2 1 0
Householder, rf 4 0 2 1 0 1 0
McLean, c 3 0 1 0 6 2 0
McHale. cf 4 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sweeney. 3b 4 0 1 0 2 2 2
Henderson, p 2 0 0 0 0 1 1
McCreedie, » 1 _0 _0 J> _0 J) J)
Totals 33 2 7 3 23 8 4
Score by Innings: ..„...,..
Los Angeles 0 0 0 0 0 S « 1 M
Base hits 0 0001421 «-8
Portland 2 00. 0 00000-2
Base hits 1 02101010-6
SUMMARY:
•—McCreedie batted for Henderson in
" Three base hits-Smith. Two base hits
—Van Buren, Baum. Sacrifice hits—To
man. First base on errors— Los Angeles,
1; Portland, 1. Left on bases— Los An
eeles, 6; Portland, 7. Bases on balls— Off
Baum, 3; Henderson, 3. Struck out— By
Baum, 12; Henderson, 4. Hit by pitched
ball— Spies, Flood. Time— l:4s. Umpire
— Davis.
MILLER AND FITZGERALD
HAVE PITCHERS' BATTLE
By Associated Press.
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CHICAGO BOOMING MR. JIM JEFFRIES FOR CHIEF OF POLICE OF LOS ANGELES
A STREET SCENE AFTER HIS APPOINTMENT
pitchers' battle in which Miller excelled
Fitzgerald. Score:
R. H. E.
Tacoma ...0 0000000 o—o 2 2
Seattle 0 1000000 I—2 6 0
Batteries — Fitzgerald and Hogan;
Miller and Frary. Umpire — McDonald.
OAKS CONTINUE TO WIN,
EASILY DEFEATING SEALS
Five Hits In the Seventh Inning Net
Two Runs and Win
Game
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 15.— Oa-
Kland fell upon Williams' curves In the
seventh Inning today, rapping them
for five hits and the couple of runs
that decided the Issue.
Score:
SAN FRANCISCO.
AB R BH SB PO A E3
Waldron, cf. ....... 4 12 12 0 0
Mohler, 2b 3 0 110 2 0
Hildebrand, If 3 0 0 0 1 0 0
Nealon, lb 4 0 0 0 11 0 0
Irwln, 3b 4 0 113 4 0
Spencer, rf 4 0 0 0 10 0
Gochnauer, ss 3 1 0 0 1 0 0
Wilson, c 10 0 0 4 10
Williams, p 2 0 0 0 110
Totals 28 2 4 3 24 8 0
OAKLAND.
AB R BH SB PO A E
Van Haltren, cf.... 4 0 10 2 0 1
Kruger. rf 4 12 0 4 10
Dunleavy. If 4 0 2 0 0 0 0
Moskiman, lb 4 0 10 8 10
Kelley, 2b 4 0 10 5 3 0
Richards, 3b 4 110 10 1
Devereaux, ss 4 0 0 0 12 1
Hackett, c 3 1116 4 0
Blexrud, p 2 110 0 10
Totals 33 4 10 1 27 12 3
Score by innings:
San Francisco 0 00020000—2
Base hits 0 10120000-4
Oakland 0 0200020 '-4
Base hits 1 12 0 0 16 0 *-10
SUMMARY:
Two base hits— Dunleavy, Kruger, Mos
kiman. Sacrifice hits— Wilson, Williams.
First base on errors— San Francisco, 3;
Oakland, 0. First base on called balls-
Oft Williams, 1; off Blexrud, 3. Left on
bases— San Francisco, 6; Oakland, 6.
Struck out— By Williams, 3; by Blexrud,
LOS ANGELES HERALD J SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, xg°s
4. Hit by pltcher-Hlldebrand. Double
plays— Hackett to Kelley; Wilson to Nea
lon. Time of game— l hour and 40 min
utes Umpire— Perrine.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
TAYLOR OUTPITCHES
BRIGGS IN GOOD GAME
By Associated Press.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. IB.—Taylor bested
Briggs in a closely contested game.
The game was featured by a number
of long hits. Attendance 2200. Score:
R H. E.
St. Louis 4 11 0
Chicago 3 9 1
Batteries—Taylor and Grady; Briggs
and Kllng. Umpire—Bausewine.
CINCINNATI GIVES BIG
SCARE TO PITTSBURG
By Associated Press.
CINCINNATI, Sept. IB.— With two
men on bases in the ninth and one run
needed to tie. Clymer almost lost a fly
in the gathering darkness. By a great
effort he reached the ball, retiring the
side. Attendance 2500. Score:
Cincinnati , 7 10 4
Pittsbure: 8 11 4
Batteries — Overall, Chech, Ewlng and
Schlei; Leever and Peltz. Umpire —
O'Day.
PHILADELPHIA WINB FROM
BOSTON IN POOR GAME
By Ansonlated Press.
BOSTON, Sept. 15.— 1n a game' al
most featureless Philadelphia today de
feated the home players. Attendance
1000. Score:
R. H. B.
Philadelphia ..,,,,,,.4 6 1
Boston j.i.it i. -2 6 3
AMERICAN LEAGUE
ST. LOUIS WINS SLOW
GAME WITH CHICAGO
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO, Sept. 15.—1n a slow, see
saw game today, St. Louis defeated
Chicago. Attendance 4200. Score:
R. H. E.
Chicago 3 11 1
St. Louis 5 10 1
Batteries— White, Smith, Owen, Sulli
van and McFarland; Pelty, Sudhoff and
Roth.
QUAKERS AND BEAN EATERB
SPLIT IN DOUBLE HEADER
By Associated Press.
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. IB.—Phila
delphia and Boston played two games,
each team losing one. The winning run
in each game was made In the ninth
inning. Attendance 1100. Score:
First game:
R. H. E.
Philadelphia 4 8 3
Boston 3 10 1
Batteries— Coakley and Bchreck; Winter
and Criger.
Second game:
Philadelphia 2 5 1
Boston 8 9 3
Batteries— Dygert and Powers: Hughes
and Armbruster.
WASHINGTON DEFEATB
NEW YORK WITH EASE
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, Sept. IB.— Falkenburg
held the New Yorks safe at all stages
today and "Washington won the third
game of the series. Attendance 1200.
Score:
R. H. B.
Washington 6 12 1
New York 2 7 4
Batteries— Falkenburg and Klttredge;
Chesbro, Kleinow and McGulre.
A Jewel of a Juryman
Lawyer— Have you formed any opinion
on this case?
Juryman— No, sir,
"Do you think, after the evidence on
both sides is all In, you would be able to
form an opinion?"
"No. sir. '
"You'll do."— New York Weekly.
A newly married Swiss couple climbed
to the summit of Mt. Norn for the wed
ding breakfast. The champagne was
then found to be frozen solid. So the
health of the bridal couple was chewed
Instead of drunk.
ADVANCER CLAIMED TO
BE WELL KNOWN "RINGER"
Citizens' League Purae of 96000 Held
Up at Milwaukee Fair Pend.
Ing Investigation
By Associated Press.
MILWAUKEE, Sept. 16.— A sensation
developed at the state fair grounds to
day when it was announced that the
Citizens' league big purse of $6000 given
for the 2:21 trot yesterday would not
be distributed until the Identity of the
winner, Advancer, was established be
yond doubt.
The money was tied up in response
to directions from Secretary Knight of
the Western Trotting association, who
said that representations had been
made to him that Advancer was a
"ringer." The horse was then owned
by I. N. Chase, representing the For
est Park farm of Brandon, Vt, and
was driven by Carpenter. Those who
claim the horse was a "ringer" declare
the animal was campaigning three or
four years ago as MaJ. Chew and that
it had a record of 2:14%.
OCCIDENTAL MEN OUT
FOR A SIX-MILE RUN
Trainer Wadsley Puts Bquad Through
Paces — Coach Merrill Gives Men
Rigid Physical Test
Trainer Wadsley of the Occidental
football team yesterday took the men
for a six-mile run to Eagle Rock. On
Wednesday Coach Merrill took the boys
to the Pacinc College of Osteopathy,
where a rigid physical examination was
given them. In this test only one man
proved deficient, all the rest being pro
nounced in the best of condition. The
men start training on Monday, when
the training table and quarters will
be opened. The examination of foot
ball material as to physical fitness is a
new feature on the coast, but Coach
Merrill is determined that no man shall
engage in a game this season of whose
hardiness there can be any doubt. The
examination was made by Dr. Forbes.
REDLANDS PLAYER WINS
TENNIB CHAMPIONSHIP
SDecial to The Herald.
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Sept. 15.
— L. R. Gay of Redlands won singles
tennis championship of sophomore call
class here today by defeating M. A.
Cadwallader of Pomona in the finals,
8 to 6, 6-3. Since entering college. Gay
has been an important factor in every
tournament. Last spring he won the
handicap tournament against a large
number of entries.
BTANFORD IS JUBILANT
AT RETURN OF BMITH
Special to The Herald.
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Sept. 15.
—Stanford football participants were
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more than Jubilant tonight over the re
turn to college of George W. Smith, an
old varsity end. Bmlth appeared on
the football field this afternoon and
was given a rousing reception.
He is one of the best players the
Cardinal has had In years. Coach Lana
gan said tonight: "Smith is the grittiest
man that ever played at Stanford uni
versity. Much is expected of Smith
this year and few will be the yards
gained around right end."
ENORMOU3 CROWDS ATTEND
GRAND CIRCUIT MEETING
By Associated Press.
SYRACUSE, N. T., Sept. 15.— The
continued good weather brought an
enormous crowd to the state fair and
the grand circuit races today. Results:
2:11 pace, JI2OO, 2 in 3— Texas Rooker
won two straight heats in 2:06^4, 2:08.
Chamber of Commerce stakes, stake
2:09 trotting, purse $2000, 3 in 5— Zephyr
won three straight heats in 2:07%, 2:09,
2:08.
2:17 trot, $1200, 3 in 6— Pat T. won
three straight heast in. 2:13%, 2:13%,
2:12%.
The Empire state stake, $3000 for 2:09
pacers, 3 in s— Stein won first, third and
fifth heats in 2:12, 2:06%, 2:07%. The
Friend won second and fourth heats in
2:05%, 2:06%.
2:19 pace, »1000, 3 in 6— lnter Ocean
won three straight heats in 2:09%, 2:10,
2:08%.
2:04 pace, $1500, 2 in 3— Nathan Straus
won two straight heats in 2:04%, 2:05%.
RACING RE3ULTB ON
THE GRAVESEND TRACK
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, Sept. 15.— Gravesend
results:
About six furlongs— Rosebud won,
Lady Amelia second, Rapid Water
third; time 1:09 2-6.
Five and one-half furlongs— Water
Grass won, Minitia second. Sufficiency
third; time 1:08. Speedway and Golds
boro fell.
Mile and a furlong— Humo won, Vola
day second, Monsieur Beaucaire third;
time 1:54 2-5.
Handicap, five and a half furlongs-
Kings Daughter won, Toosmook sec
and, Ruth W. third; time 1:07 4-5.
Mile and a quarter— Right Royal
won, Leila second, Blennienworth
third; time 2:07 3-5.
Mile and one-sixteenth— Cutter won,
Redale second, On The Eve third; time
1:49 4-5.
When Baron Komura was a student at
the Harvard Law school, in the class of.
'77, his classmate and warm friend, Baron
Kaneko, urged him to go into society,
many hospitable Boston doors being open
to him. But Komura preferred, as he
said, to devote his leisure to the study of
American character in American books
and observe American life outside of con
ventional socloty. Emerson was his favor
ite author, and from his writings he
adopted his motto. These and other
things that are being said of this quiet
diplomat and silent man with keen "ob
servinK eyes" are interesting to know.
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FINISHES ENDURANCE RUI^
WITHOUT LOSS OF CREDIT
Shettler's Reo Arrives at Santa Bar-
bara With Only' One Btop— Cowan
Has Minor Accident
Special to The Herald.
SANTA BARBARA, Sept. 15.—Shet
tler's Ileo came through in the Ratnb
kr-Reo endurance run without a . loss
of credit, only one stop having been
made at Ventura for gasoline and oil.
Cowan's Rambler reached this city
at 1:35 o'clock, having covered the dis
■ . ■' .
tance between the two cities in' six
hours and twenty-nine minutes. They,
report having reached Calabasas at
8:40 and Ventura at 11:04.
The Rambler lost 20 points in repairing
a spark plug which gave the driver
much trouble. They found the roads
badly cut up by heavy teaming. Tha
Rambler made a clean score to Ven
tura.
At the garage it was found that each
machine consumed eight gallons of
gasoline, but the Rco used half a pint
more of cylinder oil than the Rambler
and is therefore 9 cents behind on the
economy test.
The cars leave on the return trip at 7
o'clock tomorrow.
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