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Angel and Vernon Baseball Teams That Put Up Classy Contest
Yesterday in Opening Game of Coast League Pennant Chase
LOS ANGELES CLUB * VERNON VILL.AUfc.HS
SEALS GET AWAY TO
GOOD START AT HOME
Whitewash Portland Beavers 4 to 0 in
Fast Game Attended by Rec
ord Number of Spec.
tatora
COAST LEAGUE
' Club— Won. I/o*f. Pet. |
fl.o« AijcpU-s 1 0 1.000
Mrnmnila 1 0 1.000 |
■Son r-rawdaro 1 0 1 000 I
iVnrnon O' 1 .000
[Portland 0 1 (100 i
'Oakland 0 1 000;
I SAN FRANCISCO. March SO.-The. Pacific
Coast Baseball league season opened this '
afternoon, and In the first game of the year |
Ban Francisco blanked Portland by a score of
'A to 0. In the. absence of Mayor P. H. Mr
li'arthy. who la 111, Police Judge. Charles
'Weiler tossed the bail nearly over the plat**,
find was cheered by one of the largest crowds
■that ever gathered at the Valencia street
|g rounds.
Berry's two-ba(rger In the third started the
■rouble, and before Portland got back Into the
Damn four tallies were on the score card for
the local team. Fallowing Berry's hit. Me-
Ardl« brat out a bunt, Mohler forced Berry at :
third, and Mundorff. hit by the pitcher, filled j
the bases. Melcholr walked, forcing McArdle I
3iom«. Tennant then singled to short, Olson
threw wild, scoring Mohlcr and Mundorff. |
Klelcholr came In on Griffin's single to center. I
(Score:
PORTLAND
AB R H SB A B
C.Vtzel. 8b 4 0 10 0 0 0
misen, sii .10 2 0 4 0 1
<'a-«py, 2b {10 0 0 2 4 0
SMcCredlo, rf 3 0 10 2 10
atyan, cf 3000100
itFlKher, o 8 i) 0 0 9 2 0
*peas. If .1 0 i) « 0 0 0
Ort. lb 1 0 0 0 ii 0 0 |
*13arrett, p 5 0 0 0 0 2 0 \
•Armbruster 10 0 0 0 0 0 t
Totals f» 0 4 0 :m 9 1 I
SAN FRANCISCO
ah il it Sn TO a E
Mohler, Sb 4 110 3 I 0
Mundorff, Sb 3 10 0 3 3 0
Itelehoir, rf 1 1 1 1 •> 0 0
Tennant. 11) 3 0 10 ID 0 0
<;rlffln. If 4 0 10 2 0(1
M> Hale, cf 4 » 0 0 2 o*l
Btrry, c .10 2 0 4 2 0
SlcArdlc, es 3 110 4 B*l
Henley, p 30000:01
Totals IS 4 7 1 27 12 ,0 1
■COBS BY INNINGS
I'nrtlanil 0 0 0 0 0 0 n 0 0-0 \
Baso lilt-i 1 10 0 0 0 2 0 o—4
Ban Francisco 00400000 •—4
Base hits 0 0 4 0 0 1 1 1 »-7
SUMMARY
Two-bast hit—Berry. Sacrifice hit—Tennant. I
Firm on ball—Off Garrett. 3. Struck out—By
Oarrett, 8; by Henley, 6. Hit by pitched ball—
Mundorff, Melchoir. Double play— Uundorfl to
McArdie to Tennant; McArdle to Mohler. Um
t>lres — Van Haltren and HUdebrand.
SENATORS WALLOP
COMMUTERS 18 TO 2
Opening Game of Coast League Sea.
son in Sacramento Featured
by Many Errors and
Runs
BACHAMENTO. March 30.— Twenty-live
hundred fans taw Sacramento rout Oakland
this afternoon In the opening game of the
Coast league ■eason by a. more .if In to -.
Capt, Wolvei ton was ordered from the game
In tlm fourth inning fur disputing with Um
pire Finncy. In the sixth inning three hit.i,
icttupled with t»oota and overthrows on the
pan of the Oaks, netted Sac rani unto eight
a iin. Superior Judge <.'. v Poet introduced
Mayor M. K. Beard, who in th absence of
(Uov. aillett, threw the first ball. Judge
(Fost paid Mayor Hoard had "everything" but
the city's executive, 1 officer threw the ball six
feet over Catcher Mickey l.a I-onga'a head.
fl'ha aamo was preceded by an automoblla
(parade, in which all of the state, count)
*tnd city officials rode, with the member* of
the various civic bodies. Score:
OAKLAND
AB II It SB I'O A E
Carroll, cf r. v v v 3 0 11
Wans, sb 4 LI 1 11 4 :t ]
fjwandrr, '' » 0 2 0 3 1 v
Jlogan, lf-3b I i 1 11 •' 2 2
Alassart, 1£ a v (1 0 0 0 v
erton, 3b 2 0 (1 0 v 1 l
Cameron, n>.... i 11 v « s 11 11
Cutuhaw, 2b 2 (1 (i 11 1 i :•
Dpti .-man, c :< 0 v v ;. 1 L'
Christian, p 2 0 0 11 0 1 0
French, p 0 v 0 » I' (1 »
Siostier, ij 2 1 0 " 0 1 ii
Total? .'! ' 1 a
S \ ■ i
M! tl II SB P' i V !.
Blltnn, 2b . . 3 « 1 ■■ I :: l-
Van Bui en, cf ii 1 1 2 ;. 0 i
Perry. If 4 1 0 a 2 11 1
Danzig, lb 5 1! 2 1 9 (I 0
Brlggs, rf 5 2 8 1 1
Ulelster, 3b o 8 1 0 2 <• 2
]sarringcr, ss . ... 2 .' 1 0 1 :i 0
I. a Lonee. 0 3 2 0 0 7 (1 v
Hunt, p _l _2 J _0 _2 _4 J)
Totals ... 3S 18 11 ti 87 10 6
v t iv SCORE BY INNINGS.
Oakland " ' « 0 ■' I I " 0— 2
Base hits 0 0 0 0 0 1 l (1 2— 4
Bacramtnto 0 0 3 3 11 8 3 I x —ls
Base hits tl 1 !13il x — ll
SUMMARY,
Hits—Off Christian, 4; French, 3; Moaner,
4. Two-lia&e till Brlggs, I ianz Sacrifice
lilts —Van Huren, -'; Perry, Darrlnxvr, La
3.MHK 1 I-'iret bas-c- on emirs—O:<klanrt, 2;
EJacrs mfnto, 3. Loft on ban —Oakland, 10J
(■'•acramr.nto. 5. Struch out. — Hunt, ::; by
Christian, 1; by Moaner, 1. nil by pitched
ball Shlnn i■■ i rlnfi i. by dirlstlan. Double
[play — Swander to WoKorton to Bpleaman.
Wild pitches—French, Moaher. Time—2:ls.
■Umpire —Finney.
WESTON AT GALESBURG
OAMSSBUKO, 111 . March '■'■"■ — IMword I'ny
pan W'e.itfui' arrived in (Jalesbunj (his after*
jMinit. and pfter a rest of an huur i in!inurrj
hi- walk. Hi U leu Jo ■■ ahead of Ills .sched
ule.
FISHER MAKING SENSATIONAL CATCH AT FIRST
THREE ERRORS IN ONE INNING
CAUSE VERNON TO LOSE 1 TO 0
OTHERWISE BRILLIANT GAME OF BASEBALL IS MARRED BY
COSTLY MISPLAYS
Nagle and Hitt Twirl Major League Ball and Contest Should Have
Gone Into Extra Innings Without Scoring—Veterans Show
Too Much Fine Team Work and Keep Their Heads Better
Under Excitement Than Villagers—Downtown Parade
Was Longest Line of Cranks Ever Seen in Baseball
Procession in Los Angeles—Both Teams Will
Play Daily from Now Until Sunday
C^LOUDLEB9 skies, warm sunshine and a crowd of at least 4000 baseball .ranks
i contributed to the success of opening day ot the coast League season In Los
Angelei yesterday, when the Angels and the Vernons played the first of their
Blx-game series to ■ i to D result In favor of the Angels. The game was one
of thi fa ti i league exhibitions ever played In Los Angeles, despite thai
the Vernons had to make three errors In one inning In order to lose the Initial
i ontest wit li their hated rivals.
Owing '" the fait that there was no pennant to raise, hs yi former years,
tho forjnalltleH of the occasion ronslsted chiefly in a big down town parade
and a mayoralty battery at the start <■: the game. Tins parade was the blggeat
baseball proc-osslon evc-r held In l.os Vngeles, there being forty or more auto
mobiles In line, which moved from In limit of the city haii at I o'clock and
wended ii« way i!c i 1 iadway to Seventh, east to .Main, north to First and
thence south ''> Washington. When it came tim<- to play ball, Mayor Alex
ander of i. us Angi li b and Mayor Furlong of Vornon stepped onto the diamond
and the former pitched the ii»t ball, the Vernon boas essaying the role of
catcher and presaging th.. defeat of Vernon by muffing the curve that the
executive of Greater Los Angeles tossed to him.
Walter Nagle and Roy iiitt were chosen as opposing twirlera by Captains
Dillon and Hogan, and promptly at 2:30 o'clock they began the dud that
furnished the fane with one of the hes< exhibitions of baseball ever shown
(in a local dial I. 11 was about an even thing between the pitchers, but
Mitt was unfortunate in receiving rotten support In the field, three errors
coming in oho Inning to furnish the only run that wu scored during; the nine
innings. With as perfect support as wat accorded Nagle tho game would have
into extra Innings, at least.
The third Inning was the fata! session for the Vernons, It being in that
round that the Angels got their only run over the plate. Hughey Smith, first
up In this Inning, slammed thi ball on the snoot and sent it almost to
In deep right. Coy raced after it and his hands upon the flying
Mt it would not stick there. Smith anticipated something of the sort,
kept on running until stopped at second by the coac-hers. Nagle fouled
to Hoi;;iii and Daley attempted a sacrifice by bunting. Hilt fielded tho ball
and threw it to first. but Fisher also had tho rattles and the ball rolled OUt
oi his glovi . while Smith took third. This should have been the third out. Ber
nard I bat and lined a hot one to Hitt, who caromed it over to Hrashear]
n played tag with it until too late to stop anybody. Smith hastening
i ite with the winning' run while all this was Roing- on. Daley, was
Ing io steal third and Murphy went the Brashear-Flsber route.
U.th anything like ordinary luck the Vernons would have tied the score
in the sixth, I' 1" fate willed it otherwise. Carlisle walked ana Burrell bunted
ly. I'urii i la j•. d. was caught by a mile ift second when Hitt
wheeled ami hot tho ball to Lindsay, and the speedy outfielder was retired,
probably destroying all chances Vernon ever had to score, Martlnke popped
t° Howurd and Brashear forced Burrell, short to Becond. Previously and
afterwards tin Villager never were dangerous, being) unable to connect with
tho ball v. hen rui m rol on the cushions.
One thing above all others stood out prominently as tho game progressed.
Thai wan tii.u it •.• team, without team work, playing veteran* who
worked like p well oiled maohine and knew and took advantage of
every opportunity to score 01 prevent the other fellows tronj getting anything,
v Wfl '■' eball with a vengeance that won for the Angela, and while
ihe Vernona lost, n ■ i thai with the handicap of lack of team work they
LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNTXG, MARCH 3T. 1910.
JAY DAVIDSON
MAYOR ALEXANDER PITCHING FIRST BALL
still figure to be a? dnngerous as the Angels, the many times winners of pen
nants. Instead of losing prestige with the fans the Vernonb earned friend!
and admirers, because they showed that they could play classy hiill and thai
when they gt\ down to form and get on their .^trido they will he hard to boat
and will be a thorn in the side of the other teams all Magon. It is a claaay
bunch and netdl only to get its team work perfected, with .1 little more prfc
tied In holding onto whatever conies their way. When the sum? teams line
up again this afternoon another battle royal Is anticipated! as Thorsen or
Toser \vl\l be, opposed to HenslillK, Breckenridge or Stovall.
Following Is the tabluated score of the game yesterday:
VERNON LOS 'ANGELES
AB R II si: TO A B AB 11 H IS FO A I
Carlisle, of 3 no 03 0 0 Daley, cf 2 0 10 'i 0 v
Burrell, SI 4 n ii n 3 3 0 Bernard, rf 2000100
Martlnli*. If 4 0 2 0 10 0 Murphy. If 4 0 0 0 10 0
1: Brashear, 2b 4 0 10 2^o Dillon, lb 3 0 ft 0 11 l" 0
Coy, rf 4 0 0 0 10 0 Howard, Ib 2 0 0 0 3 2 0
Lindsay, ss "000041 Roth, Sb I 0 1 • 0 4 (
Fisher, lb 3 0 0 0 10 2 1 Delmas, ss 2 0 0 0 4 5"
llognn. i' 2 0 0 0 3 0 1 H. Smith, 0 3 110 10
Hilt, p 3 0 0 0 10 1 Nag!?, p ; 3 0 0 0 3 2 0
T»t»l JO I I 0 24 II 4 Total 23 1 3 0 27 1« 0
SCORE BY INNINGS
Vcrnon 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Los Angeles 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 •— 1
Baa* hits 1 0010 00 0 I—3 Base hits 0 0 116 001 •— a
SUMMARY ■ '--. 'J. ■'
Two-base hits— Martlnkr, H. Smith. Bra- gle. 2. Struck out—By Kaffir. 3: by Mitt. 1.
shear. Sacrifice bits Delmus, Daley, Bern- Dciublo plays—Burrell to Fltbsr to Burrell.
ard,(2l. Bases on halls— OB Hltt, 4: off N'a- Time of game—l:3o. Umpire—McOreevy.
OAKLAND ENTRIES
First race. Futurity course, selling ESlodla
i. N; Qramercy, Calopus, 106; Zinkand, 101;
Ke.ia, < v.iitra i'"-t;i. I 104; Metro
politan Passenger, hit; Elder Qulch, luO.
:i I race, furlongs, 4-year*olds and
up, selling ijuiita >; i aneuil
Hall, Ro) Junli r, Rosamo, 101 Mad< lint Mxis
grave, Paul Clifford, 102; tdena, Plmkln, 108;
Argonaut, 106 v ; . . „ no; Marburg, 111.
Third race, mil. and twenl 'Ming—
Dlxti Dlxon :■'. Oceanvlew, 02; French Cook,
US; Coblesklll, Uoldv ■ Redi ndo, lit;
Spring Ban, Bilvi r Llns, I""..
Fourth race, lue furlongs, 3-year*olds and
■" ular Oal\ ■ i W; t'loudllgnt, 110;
1 Hheohan, 117: Thistle Bell, 100.
Fifth race, mtla and twenty yards, I
oMs ai ling Tom O'Malley, 87; Cock
lure, ]'"•: N'asroerlto, 109; Cadiohon, Cataline,
Special i> llvi ry, Wolfville, liri; Orl
-111; si. Albans, 103.
sixth i'hi . six ■ i and up.
purse Odd Ros*, 89; Kid North. 1 01; Orello,
118; Ooldflnn, 107; Dr, Dougherty, 100; Round
and Round, Roman Wing, 107; l.ik.ly IJleu
donne, k'j; Bishop w , tot; Rapid Water, 110
JACKSONVILLE RESULTS
JACKSONVILLE, Kla., March SO.—The
amateur setllifg stakes, second only to the
Derby on the stake rosteV ;it Monorlef park.
was productive of an excellent race. Sum-
first race, 5 furlongs, purai—Flying squir
rel won. Miss Lorls seoond. Autumn itusc
third; time 1:00 4-0.
Second race, 4 furlongs, purse -Bodega
won, Bupplo second, Louis Kats third; time
:4!i 4-.",. ■
Third racp, 1: furlongs, pursa —BJ Qro won,
Splendid leoond, Mary Ituu third; timu
1:1'! .'-:,.
Fourth race. I mile and 70 yards. Ama
teur selling stakes, gentlemen riders — 1;;
Grande won. xEthon second, xl'ocomoke
third; time 1:46 4-5. xHewltt entry, coupled
In betting.
Fifth race, 7 furlongs, purse*— won,
Console second, Spanish Prince third; time-
1:27 1-5.
Six 11) race. 1 1-1S miles. puree—Yama
won, Uolconda second, Klfal third: time
1:47 2-0
ASSOCIATED CHAMBERS MEET
SANTA ANA, March 30.—The annual meet-
Ing of th*> Associated Chamber of Commerce
of Orange county ni hold tonight In Odd Pel
lows hall In this city, and preceded by a ban
quet at 7:30 o'clock in the.banquet room of
the same building. Matters of importance
cam* beforo tho meeting, which wan uddresxed
by President .Toeeph Scott of the I«os Angeles
chamber of commerce. The Associated Cham-
brrg i is been orgtmized h you tiii'l in that
time lias done much good work, notably the
Inauguration of the good roads movement,
which may now bo wild to be well alone on
the way to success.
NASH TURNER'S HORSES
WIN TWICE IN FRANCE
1V.:!.-. .March SO.— ln Hie Prix d'Kpone of
1600, (j furlongs, a! Malasom Lafltta today.
Nash Turner's Reatleas uiri finished in the
VHn und his Alby ul*n won tin I'rix dv Pad
dock of $himi for .i .iii.in ■ ten furlongs.
W. K. V'Hnderijilt's Oversight and Ml
111. fim i] Ively In Ihe Prix
Perplex* of 12000, T Furlongs, ami in thy
Pria Dei rlarai Natloi ■ for B"ye*r
olds, 11 furlonge
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