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LIGHTWEIGHTS FIGHT TO NO
Record Breaking Crowd Witnesses
Three Lively Bouts In Which Ref
erees Are Unable to Decide
Upon the Winners
Although Eddie Hanlon landed fully
twice as many blows upon Aurello Her •
rera as were handed to him by the
Mexican In their fight last night, th»
best that he could get was a draw de
The decision of Referee Elton wag
eminently fair and Just, although Han
lon and his trainers and seconds are
sorely disappointed that Eddie did not
get the decision.
The Justification of Elton's decision
Is found in the last half of the fight,
during which Herrara began to fight
back and evened up the first ten rounds
For ten rounds the Mexican dogged
It in great fashion and Eddie landed
upon him almost at will, while Herrera
made but slighting return. In the
eleventh round Herrera woke up and
began his crusade against the Hanlon
crouch, attempting to fight The Pride
out of his favorite style of battling.
Herrera's vicious right upper cuts fre
quently landed on Eddie's face, and
although they seemed to affect him but
slightly except In two or three In
stances they served to even up the
vicious blows which Eddie had piled
against Herrera's head in the first ten
Herrera followed his upper cuts with
leads for the head and body, and in
several mix-ups In the final rounds
Herrera had much the best of the ar
Hanlon's remarkable recuperative
ability served him In good stead in
these trying moments, and he generally
responded to the fierce onslaughts by
wicked swings of right and left to
stomach or head, and many were these
No Danger of Knockout
At no stage of the fight did there
seem to be any danger of either win
ning by* the knockout route, except
when Herrera could land his right in
upper cuts and quick follows to head
which once or twice caused The Pride
to wobble perceptibly.
Eddie carried the fight to the Mex
ican all the way and, although he oc
casionally recleved the worst of the
argument, he was always ready for
any emergency and his method of cov
ering and fighting at the same time
stood him in good stead frequently.
Herrera played on the defensive un
til the closing rounds. He merely
seemed to try for avoidance of Eddie's
leads, and clinches were monotonously
plentiful throughout the twenty
Frequently Hanlon would drive him
to the ropes and spirited exchanges
would ensue, ending when Herrera
would cover his head with the gloves to
In. the last five rounds Herrera fought
like a fiend, and It was during this
stage of the fight that he fought for
an even break with Hanlon.
The only effective blows landed by
Herrera were after the tenth round,
and these blows were principally up
per cuts and swings for the head. In
the last five rounds they were frequent
.and Eddie sustained the principal part
of the punishment during these rounds.
Neither man was severely punished,
although Eddie's face snowed the ef
fects of upper cuts to a slight degree.
Davis and Webster Draw
Draws were the rule last night and
they began with the curtain raiser,
which was a six-round bout between
Terry Davis and Kid Webster, at 122
The little fellows mixed things In
lively fashion throughout and both
were more severely punished than any
of the other fighters in the succeeding
Davis started oft like a three times
winner, but Webster came strong at
the end and the decision of a draw
The main preliminary was the ten
round argument between Warren Zu
brick and Kid Gorman. These fought
at middleweights and the battle was
fierce from start to finish. Gorman
showed cyclone speed In the opening
rounds and landed some vicious blows
upon Zubrlck's face, one of them cut
ting the dentist's cheek, which bled
Zubrick's superior ring experience and
generalship aided him greatly In the
latter part of the fight and he had all
the best of the closing rounds.
This proved to be the hardest fight
in which Zubrlck has figured for some
time and It appeared to be his Water
loo in Its early stages. Gorman was
wild, however, and plunged too fre
quently. Zubrick generally brought
up these plunges with a sharp jab to
the face and scored often in the last
Gorman was disappointed at the de
cision of Referee Robinson, but it was
just and fair to both. Gorman scored
heavily In the opening rounds, but Zu
brick evened up the argument in the
closing rounds, and no other decision
•would have been fair to both.
The fights were witnessed by the big
gest audience that has been In at
tendance at similar events in the Naud
Junction pavilion since the Met'oy-
Sullivan fight, and with this one ex
ception was a record-breaker.
The audience was about evenly di
vided In its favoritism in all the scraps
and none of the fighters lacked for
rooters In plenty.
The Hanlon-Herrera fight by rounds
Herrera lead off with a light tap to
the head, Hanlon following with a left
to the head. Hanlon tried right un,l
lefts for the body and face, Herrera
protecting himself. Herrera missed
right uppercuts, Kddie landing on the
head. A clinch followed, the end find
ing them sparring in the center of the
Both men started cautiously, Hanlon
placing a left to the head and right
and lefts to the body, coming to a
clinch. Hanlon rushed Herrera to the
ropea with rights and lefts to the body
and they came to a clinch. Herrera
put a left to the body and they clinched
again. The round was tame.
Eddie blocked an uppercut and put a
left to the head, rushing the Mexican
to the ropes for a clinch. Herrera
landed an uppercut and Hanlon put
right and lefts to the fuce, ilerrern
protecting himself In Hanlon style
Herrera threw a left to the Mtomuch
and the round ended in a clinch.
Eddie- missed a left to the face and
the Mexican tried to uppercut under]
HANLON AND HERRERA FIGHT TWENTY ROUNDS TO DRAW
Flashlight Showing Hanlon and Herrera in the Ring. Eddie Is at the Left in His Characteristic Crouch
Hanlon's crouch. Hanlon forced Her
rera to the ropes again and uppercutted
him In rapid succession. They ex
changed rights and lefts to the body,
Herrera sending In a hard one to the
stomach as the gong sounded.
Hanlon sent two lefts and a right
to the head, Herrera coming back with
a right uppercut. Herrera landed throfi
hard uppercuts, Hanlon returning with
a left to the head. The round ended In
Hanlon led off with right and lefts to
the body, and the Mexican came back
with hard left jabs to the face. Herrera
sent lefts to the face and body, the
gong sounding on a clinch.
After an exchange of lefts to the
body Herrera sent a hard right to the
head, which slightly staggered Hanlon.
Hanlon came back strong, rushing the
Mexican to the ropes. The round end
ed with Hanlon sending In rights to the
body, Herrera protecting himself over
Hanlon put a stinging left to the head
and the men clinched. Herrera sent
two rights to the body, following with
a savage right to the head. Hanlon
sent right and lefts to the body and
the Mexican was holding. him off at
The ninth was an exchange of left
and rights to the body, both men miss
ing several times. The hardest blow
of the round was a vicious left which
Hanlon swung on Herrera's jaw.
Eddie rushed Hen-era to the ropes,
but the Mexican guarded himself and
the blows did not harm. Herrera sent
a right to the body and they clinched,
Hanlon again following Herrera to the
ropes. Hanlon got in a right to the
face as the gone sounded.
Herrera tried to open Hanlon's guard
in vain, and the Mexican sent a right
to the body. An exchange of rights
nnd lefts followed, the round ending
with Hanlon placing a right to the
Hanlon sent Herrara to the ropes
with a heavy right to the jaw that
made the Mexican show in unsteady
pose. There was a vicious exchange,
and both men missed in wild swings for
the face and body.
Herrera landed a left to the head and
Hanlon came back fighting viciously.
Herrera missed a left swing for the
head and went down with his own
Herrera sent right and lefts to the
head. Eddie missing a left for the face.
Herrera put a right to the stomach
and uppercutted three times. Hanlon
landed the last blow of the round with
a left to the face.
Herrera sent right and lefts to the
head, Hanlon coming back with the
same kind, the men going Into a clinch.
Hanlon got In two rights to the heurl
and ended the round with a light right
to the face.
Herrera placed right and lefts to the
head. Hanlon landed a right to the
face and Herrera placed a hard left
to the kidneys. Eddie missed v left for
the head and Herrera came back with
right mid lefts to the face and jabbing
continuously with his left. Herrera
fought fiercely and It looked ub though
Eddie was taking severe punishment.
He came buck strong, however, and
rushed Herreru to the ropes. The
round was one of the best during the
. Hanlon's left eye waa partially closed
an he faced the Mexican, who resumed
his left Jabs to the face. Herrera con
tinued with right and lefts to the face
and Hanlon went after him only to
meet with a rain of triphammer blows
t«i the head. They exchanged right
und lefts. Uunlon pluced a right ti>
the head und the gong rang on Her
nia's left to the stomach.
The men sparred CHUtioutsly In tho
center of the ring and came to n
clinch.' Hanlon gent three lefts to the
head after the breakaway and Uerrera
got in a right to the head. They
clinched. Herrera put a right and left
to the head and they clinched. Hanlon
ruithed Herrera to the ropes with rights
ana lefts to the body and they clinched.
LOS ANGELES HERALD} SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER it, 1905.
Hanlon sent lefts to the body and the
men came again to the ropes, clinch
ing. Herrera uppercutted with his
right and they clinched. They ex
changed lefts and rights and Herrera
was agnln forced to the ropes, coming
back viciously with a right swing to
the head and left Jab to the face as
the gong sounded.
The men shook hands ann sparred into
a clinch. Eddie put three lefts to the
head and the men clinched. Herrera
put a left and right to the face and
a clinch followed. Herrera sent a right
to the body and Hanlon rushed him to
the ropes with vicious rights and lefts
to the body. Hanlon got in another
right and they clinched again, an ex
change of left nnd right jabs to the
face and body following. Herrera up
percuttert with his right and ended the
round with vicious rights and lefts to
the head. Referee Eiton threw up his
hands for a draw.
SEALS TAKE CLOSE GAME
Seattle Is Defeated at San Francisco
by the Score of 5
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 10.— On a
single hit in the third Inning today
San Francisco scored three runs, was
tied by Seattle in the seventh and
finally won out by a score of B to 4 in
the ninth Inning. One out had been
made when the winning run was scored.
The contest was closely contested
throughout and interest was held until
the winning run had been scored. ThJ
hits and errors were about equal on
each side. The winning run was made
by clean hitting. Score:
ABRBH SBPO A E
Bennett. 2b 5 0 1 0 110
Kane, rf 4 0 2 12 0 0
Walters, rf 2 0 0 0 3 2 0
Blankenshlp, If 4 110 0 10
Streib, lb 4 0 2 0 6 11
Frary. c 4 0 0 0 7 2 0
Lauterborn. 3b 4 110 4 11
R. Hall, ss 3 10 0 13 1
C. Hall, p 3 110 16 2
Totals 33 4 S 1 25 17 a
AB R BH SB PO A E
Waldron, cf 4 2 2 0 0 0 0
Mohler, 2b 3 1 1 0 7 2 0
Hlldebrand, If 4 0 1 0 0 0 0
Wheelor, lb 3 0 2 1 13 0 0
Householder, rf 3 0 0 110 0
Irwin. 3b 4 0 2 12 11
Gochnauer, ss 3 1 0 1 1 6 2
Wilson, c 3 0 1 0 3 10
Whalen, p 2 10 0 0 11
Henley, p 2 0 0 0 0 2 0
Totals 31 5 9 4 27 13 4
One out when winning run scored.
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Seattle 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0-4
Base hits 0 0 0 3 4 1 0 0 0-8
San Francisco 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 1-5
Base hits 1 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 2-i)
Hits— Oft Whalen, 7. Runs— Off Whalen,
3. Two-base hits-Wilson. Streib, Hllde
brand. Wheeler. Sacrifice hits— Waldron,
Hildebrand R. Hall, C. Hall, Wheeler.
First base on errors— Seattle, 3; San Fran
cisco, 5. First base on called balls— C.
Hall, v; Whalen, 1. Left on bases-
Srtittle. 6: San Francisco, 7. Struck out—
C. Hall, 3; Henley, 2. Hit by pitcher-
Walters. Double plays— lrwin to Mohler
to Wheeler; GochnauiT to Wheeler; Wul
ters to Frary. Passed ball— Frary. Time
--1:45. Umpire — McCarthy. j
POLYTECHNICS EXPECT TO WIN
The Polytechnic boys expect to take
an easy game from the 131 Monte high
school today on the P. H. S. court.
Polytechnic has udded Dutton of the
Y. M. C. A. Meteors, Sandoz'Of Nor
mal. Annlngs and Reeves of the Alerts
to their llne.up. The game will be
called ut 2:30 Bharp.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
Played. Won. Lost. Per Ct.
Los Angeles 84 SO 34 .595
Kan Francisco.,., IB 50 42 .643
Oakland 94 49 45 ,521
Seattle 85 40 45 .471
Porland 80 ' 87 43 .403
Tacotna 83 33 50 .898
FOOTBALL GAMES TODAY
Occidentals and University of
Southern California at Highland
Pomona and University of Ari
zona at Fiesta park.
Los Angeles high school and
Whittier state school at Whittior.
Los Angeles Military academy
and Yale Military academy at Los
Angulis Military academy grounds.
Lot Angeles polytechnic and
Pasadena high school at U. 8. C.
PORTLAND DEFEATS OAKLAND
Jones Is Wild, but His Teammates
Succeed in Bunching Their
By Associated Press.
OAKLAND, Nov. 10.— Both pitchers
were touched up rather heavily In to- j
day's game, but Portland succeeded j
in bunching Its hits more effectively
than Oakland, winning by a score of I
7 to 3. Jones was a trifle wild, walk- j
Ing five men. Score:
AB R BH SB PO A X
Van Buren, If 4 110 5 0 0
Mcllale, cf 4 11 0 10 0
Mitchell, lb 4 3 2 18 0 0
Schlafly, 2b 5 0 0 0 14 0
Siiess, c 4 110 5 0 0
McCreedle, rf 3 0 2 0 2 0 1
Sweeney, 3b 4 0 1 0 0 1 U
Atz. ss 3 110 5 2 0
Jones, p 3 0 10 0 3 1
Totals '. 34 7 10 1 27 10 2
AB R BH SB PO A E
Van Haltren, cf 4 1112 0 0
Kruger. rf 4 12 0 2 0 0
Dunleavy, If 4 10 0 6 0 0
Mosklman, lb 3 0 10 5 10
Kelly, 2b 5 0 2 0 2 0 1
Richards, ss 4 0 0 0 3 3 1
Devereaux, 3b 4 0 10 3 2 1
Byrnes, c 4 0 0 0 4 11
Blexrud, p 4 0 10 0 3 0
Totals 36 3 8 1 27 9 4
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Portland 2 110 10 2 0 0-7
Base hits 1 3 2 0 2 0 2 0 o—lo
RESULTS AND ENTRIES AT NASHVILLEAND AQUEDUCT TRACKS
RESULTS AT NASHVILLE
By Associated Press.
NASHVILLE, Term., Nov. 10.—Cum
berland Park results:
Seven furlongs— Nat B. won. Ferry
man second, Savolerfaire third. Time,
Five furlongs— Miss Cossette won,
Pirates' Dance second, Galmeda third.
Time, 1:02 2-5.
Seven and a half furlongs— Mallory
won, Labor second, Fallen Leaf third.
Time, 1:35 1-5.
Mile and a quarter— Nine won, Little
Boy second, Dr. Hart third. Time,
Five furlongs— Adesso won, Deux
Temps second, Skeptical third. Time,
Mile and a quarter— Drexel won,
Berry Waddell second, Rankln third.
Time, 2:08 4-5.
ENTRIES AT NASHVILLE
FIRST RACE— Six furlongs, selling: '
Mlnnehaha 10« 'Inspector Girl ..101
Wind Shield ..107 Margaret M 99
Kara 107 Dick Brown 99
Chaun. Olcott ..107 'Woggle Bug .... 99
Bitter 8r0wn. ..101 'Fantana 99
Follow F1ag.... 104
SECOND RACE— Steeplechase, short
Etta M 99 Itacatlara 13H
Golden Link ....104 Countess C1ara. ..130
Specter 152 Orisls 130
Lord Radnor ..152 Laura X 12|j
Poorlands 151 Ohio King IS .
Creolln 142 Potash ....: 12X '
Lights Out ....140
THIRD RACE-Seven furlongs, Speed
John Carroll ..117 En%-oy 94
Funlculalro 107 Columbia Girl ...106
Princess Onia... 95 Coruscate 101
Bi-aden 95 Klelnwood 99
Devout 102 The Gleam 95
Couple Princess Oina and Funlculalre '
,ir Hayes entry. 1
FOURTH RACE— Five and a half fur
lonas. purse: I
St. Joseph 113 Calabash 112
Quinn Brady ..112 D. W. Flynn lOfi .
Holla 112 Dolly Prim 103
Peter Stirling... ll2 McLaren 10S
FIFTH RACE-Flve and a half fur
Frank Klnney ..112 Father Tallent ..102
Lord of Valley. .ll2 Comona r 'J
Laura Hunter ..109 Ksterre W
Bensonhurat ....109 Henry Ach 971
Running Star ..103 Estergoy 94 1
J. Kd G1U10....108 Presentation 94
SIXTH RACE-One mllo. selling: I
Oro Viva 107 Gay Lizette 97 '
•Thespian 100 'Liberty Mo 971
Chamblee 105 Sincerity Belle .. 94
Mamie A1g01. ...104 PUler 93
•Dollnda 103 Sanction 91
• Apprentice allowance claimed.
Weather clear, track fast.
First raoe-Inßpector Girl, Kara, Mar
Second race— Golden .kink, Scepter,
Third race— Hayeß entry, John Carroll,
Fourth race— Bt. Joseph, Peter Ster
Fifth ra^«-— Hensonhurst, Laura Hunter,
Sixth racc-Mcllvaln, Ora Viva, Thes
Best bet— Mellvaln.
IRVING H. CLEMENT.
liny that piano at the great reduction
sale of the Metropolitan Music com
,pany, 324 West Klfth street. Two hun
dred pianos to select from.
'Oakland 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 0-3
Base hits 0 1 3 0 3 1 0 0 o—B
Thrco-baso hits— Mitchell, McCreedle.
Two-base hits— McCreedle. Sacrifice hits—
McHale. Jones. First base on errors—
Portland, 1; Oakland, 1. First base on
cnlled balls— Jones, 5; Blexrud, 1. Left on
bases— Portland, 6; Oakland, 11. Struck
,out— Jonos, 4; Blexrud. 4. Hit by pitcher
■ —Van Buren, McCreorllc. Double plays—
i Richards to Kelly. Time— l:3o Umpire—
. Perrlne. .
WILL PLAY STATE SCHOOL
Los Angeles High Meets Whittier
Cadets on Grounds of Latter.
, Subs May Play
The Los Angeles High School team
will meet the Whtttier State School
football eleven on the Whittier State
grounds this morning, the game to be
in the nature of a practice for the
local aggregation. High School may
not play a regular eleven.
HIGH SCHOOL. WHITTIER.
Cass c Burmudls
Walker r. g. 1 Cotts
S. Smith r. t. 1 Fennel
M. Smitn r. c. 1 Bentley
Hutchlns 1. c. r Thurman
Youngs 1. g. r Pool
G. Nast 1. t. r Thurman
Holland q. b Gear
Domans f. h Donavan
Smith r. h. 1 Cotton
W. Nast 1. h. r Brown
—— • »
Hal! Calne Issues a warning about
the dangers of great wealth. We're
RACING AT AQUEDUCT
By Associated Press
NEW YORK, Nov. 10.— Aqueduct re
Six furlongs— Hermitage won. Water
King second, Caprice third. Time,
Mile and an eighth — Pretension won,
Roycroft second, Lord Badge third.
Handicap, mile— Santa Catalina won,
St. Bellane second, Cedarstrome third.
Time, 1:39 4-5.
Five furlongs— Massive won, Miss
Ogden second, Lena J. third. Time,
Mile — Scotch Plume won, Floralla
second, Llndale third. Time, 1:40 3-5.
Six furlongs— Pioneer won, Maid of
Timbuctoo Eecond, Nathan Hale third.
Time, 1:14 2-5.
ENTRIES AT AQUEDUCT
• FIRST RACE— Three-year-olds, six fur- I
Drone 11l Nathan Hale ...Ml
Sheen 108 Druid I)?
Hannibal Bey ..113 Quadrille 113
Blzzy Izzy ....10ii
SECOND RACE-Selllng. three-year-olds
and up, one mile:
DArkle 09 Shrine 103
•Crestfallen JS Blzzy Izzy 9S
•Platoon 98 Novena W
•Lord Badge ....102 Thistle Heather.. lo7
Joe Lesser 105 Athlone 103
Louis H 106
THIRD RACE— The Oakdale handicap,
two-year-olds, six furlongs:
, Jacobite l? 6 Fliptlap lOti
Klnleydale 120 Snow 104
, Waterwing 110 Monterey 102
Watergrass ....110 James Reddick ..100
Hooray 115 Hector 92
Fath. Catchem.,ll2 Pamela 90
Zlenap Wti Gentian S9
FOURTH RACE-The Kdgemore, all
ages, mile and an eighth:
Eugenia Burch..l?3 Bedouin 115
I Martin D0y1e... 118 Cederstrome 118
Alwln US Montj, Beaucalre.. Wt
■ FIFTH RACE-Selllng. maiden two
year-olds, seven furlongs:
Rob Kdgion ...101 'Adonis 9'i
Mahogany is "Pama 93
Mark Meddle ..107 Tarlac 101
•Topsail 91 True Boy l«i
•Glonclalro SO Holloway 101
•Pepper Pod .. 93 Isadalsy 98
Hum Dumpty.. 9S Molly Dlxon ....93
; Niantlc 91 Proposer 101
, 'Gentian 90 •Goldsboro 9ii
I Descend 9S Society Bud 98
SIXTH RACK-Handlcap, all ages, one
I Ivan Terrible... l!« Debar 106
Tom Waddell...lU Novena ioi
Yada 109 Sailor Boy 97
Louis H 108
SEVENTH RACE-Selllng, one mile:
Gavin C. 95 Fleur de Marie.. »6
•Bradley's Pet.. 95 'Andrew Mack. ...101
Foxy 99 Benlala 95
Janeta 95 'Koloneka 90
Caronal 106 »Massa 90
A. Muskoday .. 9?
• Apprentice allowance.
Weather clear, track fast.
First ra?e-O,uadrllle, Druid. Nathan
Second race— Platoon. D'Arkle. Louis H.
Third race— Flip Flap, Paget entry.
Fourth race— Monsieur Beaucalre, Eu
genia Burch, Ili'riouiti.
Fifth race— llalloway, Adonis, Pro
Sixth race— lvan the Terrible, Vada
Seventh race— Fleur de Marie, Andrew
Mack, A. Muskoday.
Best bet— Quadrille.
IKYING B. CLEMENT.
END IN A TIE
EACH TEAM SCORES A SINGLE
Darkness Causes End of Agony at the
Chutes— Morley's Men Claim ■
Poor Decision Robs Them
Los Angeles 1, Tacoma 1
If one Sol, the old boy who comes
along before most of us are awoke,
hadn't decided that he had enough
baseball for the time being there Is
no telling when yesterday's game be
tween the Tramps and the Seraphs
would have ended. As it was. the
rival teams went thirteen innings to
a tie score before Mr. J. Ira Slats
Davis thought It was too dark to
There was enough action while the
team battled to please the most critical
fan who ever pnld his little gate money
at the Chutes. In nearly every round
there were men on the pillows nnd
the twenty hits which were gathered
off the opposing pitchers were scat
tered along where they would furnish
the most excitement.
Rusty Hall, who was on the mound
for the billiard hall magnate, was
as good as he ever wns, and that Is
saying quite a bit. The eleven hits
which the Tramps managed to get on
their side of the form chnrt were kept
well scattered, and outside of the one
tally granted the Flsherltes In the
fourth net. there was nothing dolnor for
Tacomn In the line of scoring. Rrown,
Mike's stnr, was as good as his op
ponent, nnd the battle was ft pretty
As usual, Mr. J. Ira Slats Davis, the
unable and versatile umpire which the
league magnates have shelved off on
Los Angeles for this series, came
through with his usual break Into the
Because Cap Graham of the visiting
forces was a little too busy on the
coaching line J. Ira Slats kicked him
off the grounds and pasted a twenty
five dollar assessment against Charlie's
next pay envelope. Slats also came
through with one of the rankest de
cisions of the season when he called
Smith's hit a foul after the ball had
caromed off third base. As there were
two Seraphs on the pillows at the
time, and the best Smith could follow
his hit with was a fan-out, the mo
mentary falling of Slats optic nerve
undoubtedly cost the Seraphs a run
and the game.
The real doings In yesterday's match
came in the fourth spasm. Sheehan
started the trouble by shooting a sin
gle to the right pasture and Nordyke
helped him along with another single
to the other corner of the field. Truck
Engan sacrificed and Sheehan chased
home In the ensuing excitement. Me-
Laughlln fanned and when Nordyke
was caught between third and home
the Tramps' period of bliss was over.
The Seraphs came right back at the
Tramps with a run of their own. Smith
singled to right and was helped along
when Brashear was thrown out at
first. Dillon negotiated the first sta
\ tlon by getting In front of a pitched
ball and on Ross' lon/? fly to left
Smith crossed the rubber.
Morley is planning a double header
for Sunday with Tozer and Nagle as
the slab men for the locals. The first
game will commence at 1:30.
Yesterday's ddpe sheet:
AB R BH SBPOAE
Bernard, cf 5 0 10 3 10
Flood. 2b fi 0 1 1 r, 4 l
Smith, 3b fi 1 2 0 3 3 0
Brashear. ss 5 0 10 12 2
Dillon. 11l 3 0 2 1 IS 0 0
Cravath. rf 5 0 10 2 0 0
Ross, If 5 0 0 0 10 1
Kaerer, c 5 0 0 0 9 4 (I
Hall, p 5 0 1 0 0 G 0
Totals 45 1 9 2 39 20 1
ABR BH SB PO A B
Doyle, rf fi 0 0 0 2 0 0
Pheehnn. 3b 5 1 2 12 4 0
Nordyke. lb fi 0 1 0 10 2 0
Katrsin. ss 5 0 10 3 4 1
MnLaughlln, If 5 0 3 0 2 0 0
Lynch, cf 5 0 2 0 5 0 1
Casey. 2b 4 0 0 0 2 10
Hogan. c 4 0 0 0 12 3 0
Brown, p 5 0 0 0 12 0
Totals 45 1 9 1 39 IS 2
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Los Angeles 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o— l
Base hits 0 112 12 0 10 0 10 0-9
Tacoma 0001 00000000 o—l
Base Hits 0 103001002110-9
Game called owing to darkness.
Two-base hits— Eagan. McLaughlln.
Sacrifice hits— Dillon, Sheehan, Bernard,
Eagan. First base on errors— Los Angeles,
1; Tacoma, 3. Left on bases— Los Angeles,
7; Tacoma, 9. Bases on halls— Off Hall, 2.
Struck out— By Hall. 7; Brown, 8. Doubla
plays — Sheehan to Nordyke to Sheehan.
Hit by pitched ball— Dillon. Time of game
—2:30. Umpire— Davis.
YALE TO MEET MILITARY BOYS
Two Soldier Teams Will Line Up on
Los Angeles Campus — Hard
The Yale Military eleven and the Los
Angeles Military school team will meet
on the campus of the latter aggrega
tion this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
The Los Angeles Academy team has
been very successful so far during
the season and expect to win this aft
ernoon. Their record shows three vic
tories and one defeat. The bank clerks
were beaten twice, and in the game
against the Hollywood team the
suburbanites went down to defeat in
a fast and hard-fought struggle.
Ij. A. M. A. Y. M. A.
Williams c Auvall
Armstrong r. g. 1 Ray
Johnson r. t. 1 Hlntley
Howard r. c. 1 Mnlr
Craig i 1. g. r Carraglnloo
Morris I. t. r Book
Hrayton 1. c. r Paffenger
W.Taylor n- b Phillips
Bailey f. b Humphreys
Preston r. h. 1 Harrison
Stockman 1. h. r Harris
Beginning Saturday, Nov. 11, we will wire our full message dally to our
patrons in Los Angeles. This will contain the best stable and Inside In-
formation that was ever offered to the public. OUR PAST RECORD AT
ASCOT THK PAST TWO SEASONS BPKAKS FOR ITSELF.
A SLEEPER AT GOOD ODDS
This one was especially prepared to win this race and was shipped here
for that special purpose. A ton of wise money will be played on this one,
and he will win to a. certainty. My advice will bo to plunge and go the limit.
. MONDAY c
The boys have one "prepd" that will be sent after the coonskins that will
win to a certainty. Thla onu worked % in 1:15 breezing In the wee hours of
the morning, and Will be at least 10 to 1. This is a stake liurso against sell-
Terms, 50 cents dally. For sale at the poolroom and at the following cigar
stands: Casino, 34ti 80. Spring St.; liookstratten's, at The Huffman, and
at Qrunewald's, 107 80. Spring St.
FAST HORSES START
IN NORTH TODAY
ALL IN READINESS FOR THE
Proper Will Likely Rule Favorite lit
the Opening Handicap— Other
Good Horses Are
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 10.— AH Is
In readiness for the opening of the
taclti* season at the Oakland track
tomorrow and there Is every Indication
that it will prove the most success
ful In the history of the sport on the
Fine weather hns permitted the own
ers to get their horses In good shape
and the track Is In excellent condition.
There are more high clans horses here
and en route than ever before. Many
clever riders are on hand, Including
Knapp, Davis, Radtke, Aubchon,
Greenfield, F. Walsh, Fountain and
An attractive card Is offered for the
first day with the opening handicap
as the main feature. There will be
about twelve or fifteen starters with
Proper of the Jennings stable as fa
vorite. San Nicolas, Reservation,
Good Cheer, Bragg, High Chancellor
and Bombardier are among the prom
inent candidates. Willie Knapp who
made such a brilliant record on the
New York tracks will ride Proper
while Davis will be on San Nicholas.
The two fast sprinters, Bearcatcher
and Cruzndos nre carded to meet In a
six furlong race.
The rnclng will continue at Oakland
until December 11, when it will be
transferred to Ingleslde for six weeks,
after which It will again be resumed
at Oakland. Jake Holtman and Rich
ard Dwyer will alternate aa starters.
ENTRIES AT OAKLAND
FIRST RACE— Seven furlongs, selling:
Potrero Grande. ll2 San Primo 109
Dod Anderson. .lo9 Tanhauser 103
Laura F. M 103 Millers Daughter.los
Glenarvon 109 Hipponax 109
Monster lot Lucrece 105
W. B. Gates.... loo Only Jlmmie ....105
SECOND RACE-Mlle, selling:
Del Coronado...lo2 Redmont 107
Tarrlgan 107 Restof 102 107
FortunatUß 107 *Warte Nicht ....105
Kermit 107 Rey Daro 107
Akela 107 'Watercure 103
Harry Beck ....107 Lady Rohesia 107
Theodore L 107
THIRD RACE— Five and a half fur
Sid Edward ....112 Loyal Front ....10S
lm Jee 108 Tenordale 105
Equorum Rex ..112 Retropaw 112
Chief Wlttman.lOS F. W. Barr ....10S
Governor Davls.lOS La Chata 105
Noalon 108 Moropus 103
FOURTH RACE— MiIe, Opening handl
°Ocyrohe 101 Salable 97
Rightful 106 Bombardier 104
San Nicholas... loft High Chancellor. .lo*
Good Cheer ....102 Bragg 10S
Celeres 105 . Reservation 113
■Proper 126 Blue Eyes 98
Judge 103 Brlarthorpe 97
Terns Rod 97
FIFTH RACE— Six furlongs, purse:
Bearcatcher ....112 H. ti. Frank ....109
Gorgalette 109 Deutchland 112
Tocolaw 112 Albert Fir 10S
Duelist 109 Sea Air ..10>
Christine A 109 Cruzados ".:..ll:i
SIXTH RACE— MiIe and a sixteenth,
Foncasta 106 Hugh McGowan..lo3
Reservation ....112 'Lady Goodrich.. 99
I Lone Wolf 101 Terns Rod 104
Ink 106 Red Cross Nurse. lo3
• Apprentice allowance.
First race— Potrero Grande, Dod Ander
Second race— Warte Nicht. The Lady
Third race— Sir Edward, La Chata, F.
Fourth race— San Nicholas, Proper,
Fifth Race— Cruzados, Bearcatcher,
Sixth race— Foncasta, Reservation, Red
Best bet — Cruzados.
IRVING B. CLiSMENT.
GOTHAMITES MAY SEE FIGHTS
Philadelphia Man Has Scheme to Start
Boxing Game in Delaware
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, Nov. 10— Twenty-round
boxing exhibitions will soon be within
reach of New Yorkers, says the
World. The chances are that before
the end of December at least one
rousing match will be brought off
withing easy access of Broadway.
The new power In the boxing world
Is incorporated In the state of Penn
sylvania'under the title of the Tuxedo
Park association. It has a capital of
$100,000, and one thousand acres of
land in Delaware county, Pa., Just
beyond the city limits of Philadelphia.
The manager is W. R. Croap. Mr.
Croap, who was In New York yester
day to make final arrangements with
the architect of the new club house,
"It is absolutely certain that we
can hold 20-round contests in Dela
ware county without breaking the
"We hope to bring to our territory
McGovern and Young Corbett as our
Liberals Won In Alberta
OTTAWA, Ont., Nov. 10.— The latest
reports from the province of Alberta
show that the Liberals made a clean
sweep. The figures show twenty-one
Liberals and lour Conservatives.
Buy that piano at the great reduction
sale of the Metropolitan Music com
pany, 324 West Fifth street. Two hun
dred pianos to select from.
Additional Sports on Page Three.
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